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Tasty
Tatalia
Triumphs

Angus McLean in the St Anne’s Winery vineyard at Myrniong with the winning decanter trophy and a bottle of the winning wine, Tatalia 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, from the annual Saint Martin Heathcote Wine
Show. Photo – Helen Tatchell
By Jessica Howard medal - it’s good to win one of these, but the trophy is the top drop showed “balance and complexity, with
the pinnacle of those awards. juicy vibrant fruit that was correct and integrated”.
A drop from St Anne’s Winery has taken home a top “We are thrilled, surprised and humbled”. “[We] could not say enough about this wine,” the
award at the annual Saint Martin Heathcote Wine
Mr McLean said the complex and robust flavours judge’s report said.
Show.
evident in the Tatalia Cabernet Sauvignon were a result More than 200 producers and boutique wineries enter
The Tatalia 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded the
of its harvest in St Anne’s vineyard at Heathcote. into the Saint Martin Heathcote Wine Show each year.
‘Best Cabernet Family Wine’ at a presentation night
held on Friday August 4. “Heathcote is a cool region with ancient deep soils and This year’s panel was made up of four judges and three
very little irrigation, meaning the area is dry and the associate judges.
Angus McLean, from St Anne’s Winery in Myrniong,
said he was thrilled to see the Cabernet Sauvignon fruit has very intense flavour,” he said. The Tatalia 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, which features
recognised. “The Tatalia Cabernet Sauvignon is a complex wine soft capsicum and forest fruit tones, can be purchased
“Shows like these are the fairest way to judge a product that is imbued in our French Oak Barrels and can be instore or online at www.stanneswinery.com.au.
in this industry; each wine receives a certain amount of cellared for ten years, easily”. For local cellar door sales of all their produce, St Anne’s
points, which amounts to either a gold, silver or bronze Judges at the Saint Martin Heathcote Wine Show said Winery is located at Myrniong.

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Déjà vu for
new Mayor
By Kate Taylor

Central Ward Council-
lor Paul Tatchell has been
elected Mayor of Moora-
bool Shire Council, with
East Ward Councillor John
Keogh elected as Deputy
Mayor.
Councillors voted on the
positions at an annual
Special Meeting, held last
Wednesday, 8 November.
A past Mayor of Moorabool
in 2014 and 2015, Cr Tatchell
was nominated for Mayor
by East Ward Councillor Jar-
rod Bingham, with outgoing
Mayor David Edwards and
Cr John Keogh also voting
for him.
His rival was West Ward
Councillor Tom Sullivan,
who has also served previ-
ous terms as Mayor, with
Woodlands Ward Council-
lor Pat Toohey having nomi-
nated him and East Ward
Councillor Dudzik support-
Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell is the new Mayor of

Deliberate
ing the nomination. Moorabool. Photo – Helen Tatchell
With Cr Tatchell having
won the Mayoral race by one without his wife Lynette and for the vote and told the
vote (4/3), attentions turned council staff. meeting that it is always dif-
to the election of the Deputy Cr Toohey told the meeting ficult when there is a vote
Mayor. that as Mayor, Cr Edwards for Mayor especially with

act in park
Cr Dudzik, the incumbent, was a strategic thinker and none more capable than Cr
was nominated for the posi- did excellent work. Sullivan.
tion by Cr Toohey, with Cr “When he came on (to coun- “Every morning when I get
Sullivan also voting in her cil) I was Mayor, and he cer- up, and when I go to bed I
favour. tainly had the makings of a will make sure that on the
But it was Cr Bingham’s future Mayor,” Cr Toohey mind of all politicians is
By Jessica Howard trees that formed the walking path. nomination of Cr Keogh that said. Moorabool,” Mayor Tatchell
Mr Hendry said the damage had been proved successful, with Cr’s Cr Bingham noted that Cr said.
Vandals have spent the eve of a recent Edwards and Tatchell also Edwards did a lot of work Mr Tatchell takes on the role
reported to Moorabool Shire Council.
public holiday hacking down an oak tree at voting in his favour. behind the scenes as Mayor despite a medical diagnosis
The Committee of Management will soon be
Maddingley Park. Both Mayor Tatchell and – even pointing out that of Guillain-Barré syndrome
installing surveillance cameras in the area.
The tree, located along the walk way that Deputy Mayor Keogh will he was never “half-arsed” (*GBS) at the beginning of
Pamela Pinney, from Friends of Maddingley about the job at hand. 2017.
leads to the Bacchus Marsh train station, was serve one-year terms.
allegedly damaged on the night of Monday, Park, said she hoped the cameras would “Foundations have been
Outgoing Mayor Dave Ed- *GBS is a disorder in which the
November 6. deter vandals in the future. laid, and whoever follows
wards took the opportunity body’s immune system attacks
Maddingley Park Committee of “Or at least be able to identify the horrors,” to thank his family and the will have an easier job,” Cr part of the peripheral nervous
Management chairman, Russ Hendry said she said. other councillors, noting Bingham told the meeting. system with damaged nerve
the tree was one of multiple Oaks planted Anyone with information is urged to contact that he could not have done Upon his election, Cr Tatch- cells causing ascending paraly-
eight-years-ago to replace the dying Elm Moorabool Shire Council on 5366 7100. the previous 12-months ell thanked the councillors sis, with other complications.

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Political lobbying
begins for Moorabool
vember 1 council meeting, November 2018, and the rac- projects will be promoted

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By Kate Taylor
prepared by Mr Croxford, ing/football finals season. using a range of methods.

Court in action
With federal and state elec- noted that the next Federal “This could mean that we “Officers have invested in
tions both coming up – let elections must be held be- will see the Federal Govern- short video vignettes to pro-
the political courting begin. tween August 2018 and May ment move into early elec- fessionally capture the at-
Moorabool Shire Council 2019 for half of the Senators tion mode in the next few tention of stakeholders who
appears to have the jump S from the States, and on or months. visit our site, or in smaller
NEW
By Oliver Powell
on courting the pollies, too, before 2 November 2019 for “It will be important to settings where an iPad or
Imprisonment was mentioned in several cases at the with CEO Rob Croxford the House of Representa- court all Federal candidates projector can be used to mix
Bacchus Marsh Court on October 20 with Magistrate Saines having already put a lobby- tives and Senators from the on our priority projects.” up the presentation format.
presiding. ing strategy before council- Territories. In addition, the State elec- “The vignettes will be load-
Daryl Piotrowski was found to be unlicensed after being lors for approval. “Senate elections will not tion is set for 24 November ed onto the Council website
intercepted by police on July 11; subsequently, he was The key priority projects impact on Council over the 2018. for viewing subject to Coun-
arrested at the scene for failing to attend court in 2016. lobbying list has been nar- next 12-months. The Sena- “It will also be important to cil endorsement.”
The accused escaped a jail sentence, despite being convicted rowed to the top four, with tors will however be key to court all parties for the State Councillors voted at the No-
of all charges and accumulating $4370 in fines, after the court many others also included assisting advocacy to their election.” vember 1 meeting to endorse
heard he was the sole provider for his wife and child, and on the broader list. The top party members and influ- Meanwhile, the top four the list.
was also booked in for a driving test in coming weeks. four are - the Bacchus Marsh encing other parliamen-
Regional Community Sports tary colleagues,” the report
••• Key Priority projects funded since 2012

NEWS
Hub; Sewering of Bungaree noted.
Another sole provider for his wife and child, Dean Todd, and Wallace; Parwan Em- “It is anticipated that the
Darley Early Years Hub, the Blackwood mobile tower,
also avoided imprisonment, despite his substantial history of ployment Precinct; and the Blackwood waste water solution; Halletts Way Western
House of Representatives’
criminal and driving offences the court heard. end; West Maddingley housing estate and road projects;
Todd was due to appear in court for a license eligibility
Bacchus Marsh Traffic Im-
provements (Grant Street/ LOCAL next Federal election is likely
to be brought forward to Au-
Halletts Way on/off ramps and pedestrian link and

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hearing, but in June this year he was caught by police driving Gisborne Road) project. gust 2018, to avoid the next
northern extension; Bacchus Marsh traffic project;
unlicensed. Magistrate Saines disqualified the accused from A report tabled at the No- scheduled State election in
planning for the Eastern bypass; family violence therapy
driving for a further three-months, complemented with services; the Moorabool drug action group, and additional
$2600 in fines. road projects.
S •••
NEWA 43-year-old female faced court to hear charges of not COUNCILS B-LIST Advocacy Strategy Projects
being licensed and driving an unregistered vehicle on May Bacchus Marsh Eastern Link; Moorabool Indoor
Projects that council officers have struggled to include on
4. Vanessa Gordon had never owned a license and had a long Aquatic Centre; Recreation Reserves for our Growing
the list include future usage of the Fiskville site, leveraging
history of criminal and driving offences. Magistrate Saines Communities; Racecourse Reserve Sporting Facilities;
opportunities at the Ballan Industrial Estate, upgrades to
handed down a conviction and a $1000 fine after the court West Maddingley Early Years Hub; Gordon Railway
the Ballarat rail line, and a Bacchus Marsh pool.
heard Gordon was “not thinking in her right mind.” Station; Mobile Blackspots; Extension of Natural Gas
“The future use of the Fiskville site post the environmental Supply; Bacchus Marsh Irrigation District Modernisation;
••• clean-up has been discussed in various forums and the Supporting Agriculture; Moorabool River, and Windfarms.
Death threats and reckless driving by a Bacchus Marsh man project that has the most appeal is the development of a
has seen him narrowly avoid imprisonment for incidents motor sports precinct. Smaller projects to promote
over the last 12-months. “Early discussions with the State Government and City Mason Lane Reserve West Pavilion Upgrade/Public
Paul Wohllebe was slapped with 100-hours of unpaid of Ballarat suggest that Moorabool will need to lead Toilet/Playground; Bacchus Marsh Indoor Sports
community work to complete over 18-months for his crimes the development of opportunities around motor sport. Stadium; Maddingley Park Sports Oval Lighting; Darley
by Magistrate Gregory Robinson in the Bacchus Marsh court Officers can progress conversations and develop initial Park Sports Oval Lighting; Maddingley Park Passive
on Friday 10 November. prospectus material within current resources, but a Area Irrigation; Peppertree Park Upgrade and Pedestrian
LOCAL
The court heard a witness to the reckless driving charge first budget will be required to develop background studies Bridge over Werribee River; Ballan Streetscape Upgrade;

NEWS NEWS
confronted the accused for his behaviour on many occasions. and a business case for the proposal.” Ballan Recreation Reserve Netball/Tennis Court and
Wohllebe is alleged to have reacted by hopping in his car Opportunities around the Ballan Industrial Estate have Facilities Upgrade; Ballan Recreation Reserve Oval
with a friend and doing a burnout. been considered as part of the building of a Central Extension and Upgrade.

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The death threats began in April this year to his ex-partner Highlands Fire Training Facility that replaces part of the
with Wohllebe texting several messages that included one functions previously located at Fiskville. Extensive list to promote
warning his former partner not to attend work, or he’d “put “Conversations with senior CFA officers suggest that the Ballan Library Relocation; Gordon Recreation Reserve
a bullet in [her] head”. new CFA facility is best operated as a stand-alone site.” Additional Netball Court; Gordon Recreation– Sewer
It was revealed in court Wohllebe also posted a lengthy The Bacchus Marsh indoor aquatic centre is also off the Connection; Gordon Streetscape Upgrade; Greendale
facebook status offering $100 to anyone who could give him main list for the moment. Recreation Reserve Amenities Upgrade; Wallace
S
NEW
the location of his ex-girlfriend’s current partner. “The Bacchus Marsh pool project was a key priority at Recreation Reserve Sports Oval Irrigation and Lighting;
The death threats were directed not only to his former partner the last election. We are currently undertaking a review of Dunnstown Recreation Reserve Sports Oval Lighting;
but to her current partner, his mother and stepfather. The the original planning and location aspects of the project Bungaree Recreation Reserve Sports Oval Lighting;
message expressed a wish to kill his mother and stepfather, and also investigating the installation of splash parks. It is Elaine Recreation Reserve Water and Irrigation;
ending by saying “I feel like committing a murder-suicide”. suggested that the $19 million ask of Government is too Moorabool Play Space Upgrades; Street Lighting Bulk
Magistrate Robinson warned the accused, “you seem to great at this stage and will detract from the other top four Lamp Changeover to LED; and Aquatics Upgrades in the
be escalating in your offending, and if you commit another projects put forward in this report.” form of Splash Parks.
crime like this you can count on prison time.”

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Renovating Giving is in their nature
trash to
By Jessica Howard

It was a hard choice decid-
ing who would take out
this year’s Ballan & District
Chamber of Commerce

treasure
Mayor’s Award.
So hard, in fact, that Moora-
bool Shire Mayor (at the
time) Dave Edwards couldn’t
pick just one.
By Kate Taylor This year’s honour went to
Alex Ng and Sue Lan (Bac-
Councillors have salvaged a proposal for a materials and chus Marsh Foodworks) and
timber recycling centre in Moorabool. Ruth and Mark Mills (The
The October 3 council meeting heard the application to turn Plough Hotel, Myrniong).
The Mayor’s Award ac-
the Bacchus Marsh Road, Merrimu, site into the recycling
knowledged an outstanding
operation – but councillors voted to defer a decision until the individual within the com-
November 1 council meeting. munity and was one of 12
The business is set to source heritage, vintage, antique and categories in the 2017 Busi-
ness Excellence Awards. help themselves. Above: Alex Ng and Sue Lan (Bacchus Marsh Foodworks).
other salvaged materials from demolition sites of old and
Alex and Sue have owned “Their generosity is out- Below: Mark Mills from The Plough in Myrniong.
heritage style buildings, bringing these salvaged materials to and operated Bacchus Marsh standing,” Cr Edwards said.
the site to clean and pack for resale. Foodworks for 20-years this Down the road, the kind-
The site contains two lots, which previously held a service December. ness offered by Mark and
Cr Edwards said the pair Ruth Mills at The Plough
station that was demolished in 2005, with one of the lots
have provided generous in Myrniong is just as
subject to a heritage overlay because of its proximity to the donations and sponsorships impressive.
old Symington Brewery site. to dozens of local sporting
Over the last five-years,
Objections received totalled 13 to the proposal, mainly clubs, community groups
more than $250,000 has been
and individual residents.
concerning increased traffic, noise pollution, and that the raised for both the Bacchus
“[Alex and Sue] help out
operation would be better suited to an industrial zone. Marsh and Ballan Hospi-
with fundraiser after fun-
tals, as well as $15,000 for
A report prepared by council officers recommended draiser and I am sure there
Blue Bird House and $1,000
refusing the permit application for the business, noting that is so much more that no one
for the Myrniong Uniting
even hears about,” he said.
it would not provide any agricultural benefits to the farming Church.
Bacchus Marsh Foodworks
zone within which it is located, along with other concerns. has and is, an annual $10,000 In March this year, the
“The site is located close to the entrance to the Avenue of sponsor of the Ballan, Gor- Mills hosted a benefit din-
don, Bacchus Marsh and ner for Bacchus Marsh resi-
Honour and the Bacchus Marsh township. The Avenue of
Darley Football Netball dent Steve Arandt, who was
Honour is an important tourism asset to Bacchus Marsh. The diagnosed with stage-four
Clubs and local cricket clubs
proposed use may be visually detrimental to the entrance to along with personal requests cancer.
Bacchus Marsh,” read a report tabled at the meeting. when a family or individual The Mills have also hosted
But councillors found benefits to the proposal. comes upon hard times. discounted functions for hood House recently asked our own region, and I think
Bacchus Marsh Foodworks Bacchus Marsh Rotary, Bal- for help to raise money for it’s great that we recognise
“No doubt you have been to The Restorer’s barn in lan and Bacchus Marsh
admin assistant, Bec Pino a defibrillator, we instantly those businesses because
Castlemaine, it’s the most visited tourist attraction in the accepted the award in Alex Lions Club, Bacchus Marsh
said yes”. they are the heartbeat of our
Alexander Shire. Are you basing this on that model?” East and Sue’s absence. Cricket Club, Darley Foot-
The 2017 Business Excel- community,” he said.
Ward Councillor John Keogh asked the applicants at the “[Alex and Sue] don’t do all ball Club, Bacchus Marsh
and Myrniong CFA and Bac- lence Awards were held at “Moorabool has about 65
October meeting. that they do for thankyous,
chus Marsh SES. the Wallace Hotel on Friday per cent of its workforce
they do it for themselves and
The applicants responded that they are after something Mr Mills said he was hon- October 27. that has to travel outside of
they do it for the commu-
similar, a family-friendly environment and that they want it nity,” she said. oured to accept the Mayor’s Cr Edwards commended our Shire every day to go to
to be presentable. In 2015, during the Wye award. the Ballan and District work, so every single busi-
River fires, Alex handed “If we have the opportunity Chamber of Commerce for ness in this room is a winner
Councillors approved the permit application at the
over the keys to his Lorne to work with the the com- their efforts. in my eyes, because they em-
November meeting, after amending the permit conditions to
supermarket to local fire- munity, we do it,” he said. “It’s not very often we get to ploy people and they employ
include a non-industrial style fence that presents as attractive. “When Darley Neighbour- celebrate the businesses in people locally”.
fighters and told them to

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Pair pawn stolen goods
By Oliver Powell ing the break-in, the items The court heard Hayler and
were cashed in at a pawn Fonua were under the influ-

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT
A Darley man has fuelled shop in Melton for $150. ence of alcohol at the time of
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT his drug habit by pawning Hayler, 41 and Fonua, 27 ap- the break-in. The pair were
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The Minister for Planning approved the construction and operation of the 107-wind turbine Moorabool Wind victim and her family had Surveillance footage ob- convictions, they were a
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hours of renewable electricity each year. This will power approximately 223,000 average Victorian homes, enough The pair are alleged to have property revealed the men Hayler and Fonua were
Therenewable
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electricity to supply 11%approved theinconstruction
of average homes Victoria. and operation of the 107- stolen a jar of loose change entering and leaving the also ordered to complete
wind
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adjacent to areas of cultural heritage the cause of a family breakdown, with a use, including cutting off contact with his
significance. Bacchus Marsh mother being forced to turn former drug using associates, and restarting
her back on her son after he stole from her to his football career. The solicitor believed
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Goldwind Australia has a goal of increasing the involvement of indigenous In the Bacchus Marsh court, accused “He has to live with the fact his relationship
men and women in the growing renewable energy industry by providing Bernard Whelan, who said he has been clean with his mum is irreparably damaged,
opportunities for training, education and employment. for the last four months, faced a charge of hopefully enough to deter Whelan from
Goldwind Australia is seeking expressions of interest from individuals or theft after moving back into his mother’s further use.”
organisations that can provide advice and services to assist in consulting home early this year, and then stealing Magistrate Kumar said Whelan “was lucky
with interested parties, developing strategies and implementing programs to several items from her. he had the chance to be represented by a
achieve the goal. The court heard the 27-year old stole good solicitor”, otherwise he felt the outcome
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Thank You For The
New Kitchen!
We are grateful to the catering staff
The successful recipients of the Yaloak South Community Fund with Pacific Hydro representatives. Photos - supplied
and to everyone who supported the

Wind blows in right direction By Jessica Howard

Local community groups
refurbishment of the BDHC kitchen.
Special thanks to the residents (for
have shared in the benefits their patience) and to the Victorian
Yaloak South Community Fund of the Yaloak South Wind
Government, the Grosvenor Foundation
Farm.
Community Group Project Ballark and District Gun and to the individuals and businesses
Club, Beremboke Wildlife
Ballark & District Gun Club The addition of a clay bird thrower to compliment
Shelter, Mt Wallace Hall who contributed to the 2016 Love is
the club’s exiting equipment. and Reserve, and the Rows- in the Air fundraiser, especially Mark
Beremboke Wildlife Shelter The refurbishment of large outdoor koala enclosure ley and Mount Wallace Fire
Brigades were the successful
and Ruth Mills and the team from The
CFA Mount Wallace The purchase of a floating Quickfill pump to enable
recipients of the inaugural Plough @ Myrniong.
crews to access shallow water sources to fill the Yaloak South Community
truck’s tank in emergencies Fund.
CFA Rowsley The purchase of three high-performance nozzles
and two battery charged bases for portable radios
Krista Kim, Engagement
and External Affairs Man-
NDIS Provider in Ballan
ager at Pacific Hydro, said BDHC is now a registered NDIS
Mt Wallace Hall & Reserve The refurbishment of the hall’s toilet facilities and the community fund will
the addition of new indoor and outdoor furniture to offer $28,000 each year over provider. Our services can benefit
replace old and worn equipment the 25-year life of the Yaloak disabled community members, their
South Wind Farm project.
Pacific Hydro received plan-
carers and their family members by
ning approval to construct maximising independence, health and
and operate the 14-turbine wellbeing.
wind farm at Yaloak South
in 2010. For more information, please
Ms Kim said a group of lo- contact Shawn Lee, Director of
MONDAYNIGHT
cal residents were brought
together to decide how the Allied & Community Health,
funds should be used. on (03) 5366 7959

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I N T H E B I S T R O
“The Yaloak South Com-
munity Partnerships Group
is the innovative, industry-
leading way we’ve empow-

ing Melodies
M or n
ered our project neighbours
FOR EVERYONE! to have their say in how Pa-
cific Hydro’s Community In-
EVERY PURCHASE ONE MAIN MEAL
& RECEIVE A SECOND MAIN MEAL FREE vestment Program will work
2ND MONDAY CONDITIONS APPLY. SELECTED ITEMS ONLY. in their local area,” she said.
“With the help of an in-
Christmas Gift Appeal
OF EACH MONTH dependent facilitator, the The annual Ballan District Health &
Morning Tea 10am – 11am group decided what method
of investment they pre-
Care Christmas Gift Appeal is seeking
Show 11am – 12noon ferred, the eligibility criteria, unwrapped gifts for children and
and the priority areas”.
adults.
✂ Ms Kim said the Commu-

BUY ONE
SUNDAY, WEDNESDAY,THURSDAY nity Partnerships Group re- Please pick up a Giving Star from the
& FRIDAYNIGHTS ceived almost $90,000 worth BDHC Christmas tree, which will be

GET ONE
I N T H E B I S T R O of applications.
Successful community located in the foyer of theBALLAN
GP Clinic
groups were announced at from Friday 1 December. DISTRICT

FREE!
Present this coupon
a presentation ceremony on
Saturday October 21.
Construction on the Yaloak
Ballan District Health and Care
HEALTH
AND CARE

South Wind Farm com-
when you buy one
menced in late 2016 and is Centre for Community Health:
main meal and
expected to be complete in Cnr. Cowie & Inglis Sts – 5366 7999
MN0511G3

receive second meal
early 2018.
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WITH ANY OTHER SPECIALS
of equal or lesser Hospital & Admin:
33 Cowie Street – 5368 1100
BAL
value for free.
Monday –Lunch
Available Friday,& CORRECTION Aged Care Hostel:
Lunchtimes Only
Dinner Mon-Friday
*Excludes Public
Beneficiaries benefit (MN 168 Inglis St – 5368 1577
BALLAN
HEA
*Excludes
Holidays.Public Holidays
Oct 31 2017) stated the Lal Child Care Centre:
DISTRICT
Conditions
Conditions apply
Apply Lal Wind Farm is part of 88A Simpson St – 5368 1811 HEALTH
West Wind Energy. Opportunity on Inglis: AND CARE
59 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh This is incorrect. Lal Lal 159 Inglis St – 5368 2114
Ph: (03) 5367 2031 Wind Farm is now owned by Email: admin@bdhc.com.au
stoneysclub.com.au Macquarie Capital (sold in
May 2017). www.ballanhealth.com.au
Rural Not-For-Profit Health Service deliverin
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Saint Dawn retires Syndrome needs
awareness
By Jessica Howard

In 1985, Dawn Lewin
popped into the Bacchus
Marsh St Vincent de Paul Op By Jessica Howard
Shop to buy a white collared
shirt and left as a volunteer. At just three-years old, Bre-
The Bacchus Marsh resident ana Zois is one of 4,000 chil-
spent the following three- dren born with DiGeorge
decades overlooking exten- syndrome each year.
sions, running the store and The syndrome, otherwise
helping to build a business known as 22.q deletion
that has provided welfare syndrome, has no cure
to many Bacchus Marsh and is caused by a small
families. missing piece of the 22nd
Mrs Lewin retired from the chromosome.
little Manor Street shed on
Little Breana, from Bacchus
October 20 this year.
Marsh, has been living with
“It’s a strange feeling,” she the disorder since birth. Her
said. mother, Nicole Zois said the
“I don’t know what I’ll do syndrome can cause close to
with myself now… when 200 mild to serious health
I first walked in to the old and developmental issues.
shed I was asked if I wanted After 32-years of volunteering, Dawn Lewin can relax at
“For Breana, it affects the
to volunteer for one week, home in her backyard. Photo – Jessica Howard
whole left side of her body,”
and that soon turned into
“We received some pretty she said.
four-to-five days a week, Anette Marum, President
every week”. interesting donations over of the Bacchus Marsh St Vin- “So if you start from the
the years and have dressed cent de Paul Op Shop, said top, she suffers from epi-
When Mrs Lewin first
young kids for school book people would often visit the lepsy, hypoplastic left heart
joined the team at St Vincent
weeks and people for wed- disease and immunosup-
de Paul’s, the shed had no shed just to catch up with
sorting room, meaning the dings. We even dressed a pression, meaning we have
Mrs Lewin.
floor was filled with dozens bride and her mother once”. to replace her cells weekly to
“They will miss her friend- ensure she has some sort of
of boxes of donated items Mrs Lewin said it was the ship, advice, comfort and
and trinkets. genuine people and great an immune system”.
support,” she said.
“Later, an extra shed was atmosphere that kept her Mrs Zois said the chromo-
“Dawn’s retirement is a sad somal disorder is believed to
built and we were able to around for 32-years.
loss and when she handed be the second most common
sort through donations sep- “It was always a bit of fun at “I’ve only lived in Bac- vide information for par-
over the keys to the shed you genetic disorder behind
arately,” she said. the shed. I met so many nice chus Marsh for about four- ents, carers and families on
could see a look of wistful- Down Syndrome.
“That was good because people and I couldn’t have months, which has made what the disorder is, what
ness in her eyes, but she has “Yet most have never heard
the shed became more of a done it without the other it hard to raise money as I research is out there and any
volunteers there. been working for so long of it,” she said. don’t have any contacts yet.
store”. new treatment options.
and St Vincent de Paul, to- Earlier this year, an educa- A few people have donated a
Mrs Lewin recalled a num- “Everyone goes through “It’s also just about raising
gether with many people in tional seminar was held by couple of things to be raffled
ber of amusing memories their own problems and I awareness of what 22.q is
know when my husband fell the town, thank her for her the 22.q Foundation in Perth. off, but I’m now looking for
over the years, including the and how many families it
delivery of an old wooden ill or I had troubles of my tireless work”. Mrs Zois said she contacted that last little bit of funding
Mrs Lewin’s retirement so that we can set it all up”. affects”.
wardrobe. own, working at the store re- the director, who said to
ally helped me mentally. comes at the same time that hold a seminar in Victoria, Mrs Zois said the purpose If sufficient funds are
“Someone bought the big
“I also like helping people the opportunity shop relo- but funds would need to be of the seminar was to edu- raised, the 22.q information
old thing from the shop so
we [Mrs Lewin and fellow and a lot of customers would cates to Grant Street. Stock raised in order to cover the cate and raise awareness. seminar will be hosted at the
volunteer Ruth Tudball] come in for a chat and I think will be transported to the cost of guest speakers and “It’s really daunting to find Royal Children’s Hospital in
popped it on this little trol- that relieved them a bit; they new store in time for the of- venue hire. out your child has been Melbourne in 2018.
ley and pushed it all the way felt comfortable and they ficial opening on Thursday “We need to raise about diagnosed with 22.q and a To donate, contact Nicole
down the road,” she said. kept coming back”. November 23. $4,000,” Mrs Zois said. seminar like this will pro- Zois on 0413 148 351.

V/LINE SERVICES Countless chances
Coaches replace trains on the
Ballarat and Maryborough lines
disobeyed
By Oliver Powell driving her partner’s vehicle again four days
later.
A Darley woman with criminal history The accused said at the time of offending, she
dating back to 1996 has been jailed for two
had relapsed into using methylamphetamine
Due to V/Line improvement works, coaches will replace months.
and heroin again. However, her defence
Ballarat and Maryborough trains for the entire journey to and Allow Helen Hughes faced multiple charges of
an extra layer stated that his client was “not impaired
from Southern Cross Station on Saturday 18 November. driving while suspended and driving under
45 mins by the drugs while driving”, and refuted the
the influence of methylamphetamine in the
Trains will continue to run between Ararat and Wendouree. science of the oral fluid tests.
Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ Court on Friday
A police prosecutor called for harsh and
Coaches will also replace some evening Ballarat line trains October 6.
swift punishment, stating that the “court had
from Sunday 19 November until Wednesday 22 November. The court heard the accused was driving
given her countless chances to rehabilitate,
ZO770849

her partner’s car on May 8 this year when she
For more information visit vline.com.au, call 1800 800 007 but she just keeps blatantly disobeying the
was intercepted by police in Darley. Hughes
or follow us on Twitter @vline_ballarat law”.
was not wearing a seatbelt and could not
produce her drivers license, which police Magistrate Daniel Muling sentenced the
later found to be suspended. accused to two months in prison, freed on
After a positive preliminary oral fluid test, appeal bail, with a community corrections
Hughes was taken to the Bacchus Marsh order, including conditions of 100-hours of
Police Station, where she was found to have community service.
methylamphetamine in her system. Hughes’ license was disqualified for a
Hughes was disqualified from driving further six-months on top of previous
for six-months and was observed by police convictions.
News
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Newborns
in the Brookfield parents Paramjit Kaur and Jamie and Kyle Ogilvie from It is a girl for Maddingley couple Melissa Grace has a new sister, Evelyn

district
Amandeep Singh have welcomed their Maddingley have a little boy for their and Daniel Coon. Arriving on Tuesday Rose Beckett. Born to Melton West
second child, Sandhu. Arriving on Friday 10 first born child. Elijah James Ogilvie 7 November at 12.51pm, Charlie Jayne parents Sarah and Craig Beckett
November at 1am and weighing 3380 weighed 7lb 4oz and arrived at 3.20pm Coon wighed 6lb 10oz (3170 grams) on Wednesday 8 November, Evelyn
grams, Sandhu is a new sibling for Ekroop. on Thursday 9 November. and is a new sister for Oliver. arrived at 5.06pm.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL HAVE YOUR SAY – LOCAL LAWS
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 6 December, 2017 in Council is reviewing its Local Laws to ensure they meet the demands of our ever growing and
the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5.00pm. evolving community. Local laws are designed to respond to local issues and community needs
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. to ensure cohesive community outcomes for the betterment of the area as a whole. Local laws
deal with a huge variety of issues including:
AMENDMENTS C79 AND C81 • control of activities in public areas
Planning and Environment Act 1987 • building sites
MOORABOOL PLANNING SCHEME • the lighting of fires
Notice of preparation of an amendment • amenity issues on private land
The Moorabool Shire Council has prepared Amendments C79 and C81 to the Moorabool • the protection of council assets.
Planning Scheme. We are seeking your views on what you believe is working well or not with regard to the
Amendment C79 applies to all residentially zoned land in Bacchus Marsh (and its suburbs). current Local Laws and what you see as needing either more control or less control over the
Amendment C79 proposes the following changes to the Moorabool Planning Scheme: coming years. This information will help us to draft a new Local Law. This draft will undergo
• Amends Clauses 21.01, 21.03, 21.07 and 21.11 of the Municipal Strategic Statement, to further consultation in the new-year. It is planned that the process of consultation, review and
implement the adopted Council strategy ‘Housing Bacchus Marsh to 2041’. implementation will be completed by July 1 2018.
• Rezones land in various locations throughout Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 17 November 2017. To make a submission, go to:
Hills. www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
• Removes the Schedule to the Low Density Residential Zone from various land in Darley.
• Removes Schedule 1 to the General Residential Zone from various land in Bacchus Marsh, GORDON TOWNSHIP IMPROVEMENTS -
Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Hills. COMMUNITY CONSULTATION SESSIONS
• Amends Schedules 2 and 3 to the General Residential Zone. Council has two current projects under development and wish to seek community input.
• Inserts new Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 5 to the Neighbourhood Residential Zone. Gordon Township Improvement Plan
• Inserts a new Schedule 1 to the Low Density Residential Zone. The Gordon Township Improvement Plan takes a wide look at the area and its issues that
• Applies the new Schedule 1 to the Low Density Residential Zone to various land in Darley. includes visitor marketing, signage, economic development and infrastructure considerations
• Applies the amended Schedules 2 and 3 to the General Residential Zone to various land in that together creates a unique sense of place within a community.
Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Hills. Engineering Design: Urbanisation of Main Street
• Applies the new Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 5 to the Neighourhood Residential Zone to various land A concept design has been prepared for the Main Street, from Stanley Street to Old Western
in Bacchus Marsh and Darley. Highway and includes a range of infrastructure and landscaping improvements.
Amendment C81 applies to approximately 140 square kilometres of land in the Bacchus Marsh We would like to hear from you!
district, including the urban and rural areas of Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Input from the community is an important component of these two projects.
Hills, together with the rural fringe areas of Merrimu, Parwan, Hopetoun Park, Coimadai (part), Two drop in sessions have been scheduled;
Long Forest (part) and Rowsley (part). Where? Gordon Public Hall, Main Street, Gordon
The Amendment proposes the following changes to the Moorabool Planning Scheme ordinance: When? Tuesday 21 November 4.00pm – 7.00pm
• Amends Clause 21.01 ‘Municipal Context’, by updating the text pertaining to Bacchus Marsh Thursday 23 November 4.00pm – 7.00pm
under the headings of ‘Introduction’, ‘Municipal profile’ and ‘Key issues and influences’. These sessions will provide an opportunity for the community to feed in their thoughts and help
• Amends Clause 21.02 ‘Natural Environment’, by updating the strategies relating to the objective set the future direction of infrastructure upgrades into the future.
of ‘Nonurban landscapes’. Please contact the Engineering Services team on 5366 7100 for further information.
• Amends Clause 21.03, ‘Settlement and Housing’, to provide context and strategic direction for
managing future urban growth in Bacchus Marsh. BACCHUS MARSH STRAWBERRIES AND CHERRIES WEEKEND
• Amends Clause 21.04, ‘Economic Development and Employment’, by updating the Issues or The Bacchus Marsh Strawberries and Cherries Weekend is on again this year to celebrate the
overview, objectives and strategies pertaining to ‘Agriculture and horticulture’, ‘Commercial’, start of the plentiful summer fruit season throughout Moorabool Shire.
‘Industry’ and ‘Local employment’. Starting from Friday 17 November at the old Council carpark and the grassed area in Main
• Amends Clause 21.05, ‘Development and Community Infrastructure’, by updating the Issues Street, Bacchus Marsh, then on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 November 2017, down the
or overview, objectives and strategies pertaining to ‘Open space and recreation’, ‘Integrated Main Street and the Avenue of Honour, Bacchus Marsh.
transport’ and ‘Community facilities and infrastructure’. The old council carpark behind the grassed area in Main Street, Bacchus Marsh, will be closed
• Amends Clause 21.07 ‘Bacchus Marsh’, by inserting a new Bacchus Marsh Urban Growth from 15 November until 20 November 2017. This is for the carnival to set up and
Framework plan, and updating the text to provide context and strategic direction for managing operate. Notices will be displayed at the carpark to make people aware of this.
future urban growth. Main Street, Bacchus Marsh will be closed from 4.00am – 9.00pm on both Saturday 18
• Amends Clause 21.11, by updating the list of reference documents. and Sunday 19 November . There will be full Traffic Management and detours on these
You may inspect amendment C79 and C81, any documents that support the amendments and days.
the explanatory report about the amendments, free of charge, at the following locations: The Avenue of Honour has no road closures.
• during office hours, at the office of the planning authority, Moorabool Shire Council: For further information, please contact the event organiser, Felicity Ashman on 0400 520 042.
– 15 Stead Street, Ballan
– Lerderderg Library - Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh HAVE YOUR SAY – OPEN SPACE MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PLAN AND
– Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley ASSOCIATED MOWING SERVICE REVIEW
• at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website Moorabool Shire has developed a maintenance management plan for Parks & Gardens and
www.delwp.vic.gov.au/public-inspection. undertaken a review of its grass mowing services. Residents are being given an opportunity
To learn more, you may wish to attend one of the drop-in sessions scheduled for the following to make a submission to the draft Open Space Maintenance Management Plan and associated
dates at the Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh: Mowing Service Review, after Councillors resolved recently to exhibit the draft documents for
• Tuesday 14 November, 2017 4pm to 7pm public consultation.
• Tuesday 21 November, 2017 4pm to 7pm The review of mowing services recommends the removal of 384 roadsides that currently receive
• Tuesday 28 November, 2017 4pm to 7pm a bi-annual or annual mow. To offset this, an increase in amenity mowing across small towns is
• Thursday 7 December, 2017 4pm to 7pm also recommended, that will see frequencies increased and various township entrances receive
Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning a regular amenity mowing service.
authority about the amendment. Please ensure a reference to Amendment C79 or C81, as relevant, The Draft Open Space Maintenance Management Plan and associated Mowing Service Review
in the title of your submission. The closing date for submissions is 15 December, 2017. will be out for public consultation for 6 weeks. The documents are available on our website:
A submission can be made: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations.
1. Via Council’s website at https://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations.
Click on ‘Have Your Say Moorabool’. EMPLOYMENT
2. Via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
3. Via post to: Moorabool Shire Council Waste Management Officer – Full Time Permanent Position
PO Box 18 BALLAN VIC 3342 Waste Project Officer – Full Time Temporary Position until 30/06/19
ANDREW GOODSELL Applications close COB on Friday 24 November 2017.
Manager, Strategic and Sustainable Development All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.

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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Ph: (03) 5367 2031
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Saturday 12 to 3pm
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our Special Meals: Tuesday: Parma and Pasta - $15
Sunday 12 noon to 8pm
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- Flat Rice Noodles Pizzas: Wed to Sat 6–8pm, Monday Lunch/Dinner
Sunday 12 noon–8pm
$12 Burgers
- Peking Duck Thursday: All you can eat salad
with 8–10 main meal choices - Tuesday Lunch/Dinner
- San Choy Bao $20 Adults, $8 Children
Friday: Happy Hour 5–7pm, $3 $12 Parmas
pots, Bar Nibbles and Meat Raffle MONDAY TO FRIDAY Wednesday Lunch/Dinner
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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.

NOW OPEN
ADULT EDUCATION MARKETS
Ballan & District Community House Ballan Lions Club Market
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW. Next market – Saturday 2 December
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Darley Market
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Saturday 18 November, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390 month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
145 (Alan).
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market – Saturday 10 December, 9am-1pm.
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
MEETINGS
The Pottery Group CHURCH
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
to Maureen 0447173031. Service Times - Sunday 19 November - St John’s Bungaree,
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh 9am; St John’s Ballan, 9.30am; St James’, Morrisons, 5pm.
Enquiries - Glen Wesley 5368 2730. 
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
St, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
B3 Community
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Bacchus Marsh.
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Ballan Playgroup Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
905 558 Tamsin.  Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
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Ballan Anglers Inc
BALLAN FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
0400 003 936. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park

WOOL OFF
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship

DAY
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details – 0429 681 566.
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Saturday 18th November
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
FRASERS SHED
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
(Directly opposite Cross Roads, Ballan)
Ballan Red Cross
Luncheon & Flower Show
Venue: Ballan Mechanics Hall, Inglis St. Ballan
Date: Friday, 24th November 2017 at 12 Noon

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Guest Speaker: Alan Barr - Ballan Cemetery Trust
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DARREN HODGE 0407 682 353
BRIAN SMITH 0428 608 238
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1930s Brick Farm House Demand
for smaller
space living
Other City of Ballarat sub-
urbs experiencing strong
growth for units and apart-
ments include Alfredton, up
10.4 per cent to a median of
$317,500; Lake Wendouree,
up 6.9 per cent to $347,500;
Redan, up 6.3 per cent to
$218,000; and Ballarat East,
up 6.1 per cent to $279,500.
Meanwhile, Bright and Sale
both experienced double-
GIL KING
Lot 2, 39 Hicks Lane, Ballan CEO, REIV
digit quarterly growth for
units and apartments, boost-
Price: $1,100,000 ing their median prices
This lovely solid brick farm-house is set on 7 acres amongst Regional apartments and to $340,000 and $267,500
beautiful park-like gardens. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 2 units experienced moder- respectively.
bathrooms, 2 living areas, separate dining room, boot room ate price growth in the Sep-
Units and apartments were
and a spacious kitchen / dining area with a 900mm stove, tember quarter, increasing
also in demand in Greater
dishwasher, walk in pantry and concrete bench tops. Also 1.9 per cent to a median of
Geelong with 11.9 per cent
has Tasmanian oak floors, high ceilings, leadlight windows, $301,000.
growth recorded in Bel-
open fire places & hydronic heating, heated in-ground The regional centres of Gee- mont, where the median
pool, tennis court, double garage with store room, a long long and Ballarat accounted unit/apartment price is now
driveway, a good sized paddock, town water and is only 5 for the majority of the state’s $358,000.
minutes to Ballan’s town centre. top performing towns with Neighbouring Highton also
An inspection is the only way to appreciate the character multiple areas recording experienced solid growth
and quality of this stunning property that was featured in double-digit increases. with the median price in-
Country Style magazine July 2017. New REIV data shows Gee- creasing 7.3 per cent to
long experienced the strong- $340,000, while the coastal
est growth in the September towns of Ocean Grove and
quarter with its median unit/ Barwon Heads both saw
apartment price increasing growth of at least 8.6 per
17.1 per cent to $535,000. This cent.
was an increase of $78,000 on Other regional areas where
June quarter figures. apartments and units are
Echuca in the state’s north performing well include
was another standout with Moe, up 10.1 per cent to
its median unit/apartment $168,000; Yarrawonga, up
price rising 16.3 per cent to 9.6 per cent to $257,500;
$250,000, up from $215,000 Bairnsdale, up 7.3 per cent
in June. to $220,000; Inverloch, up 6.8
Significant price growth per cent to $407,100; and the
was also recorded in the Bal- commuter town of Wallan,
larat suburb of Canadian, up six per cent to $298,500.
where the median unit/ For more information on
132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets Ballan apartment price rose 14 median unit and apartment
per cent over the quarter to prices by town, visit reiv.
Rayner Phone: 5368 1057 $267,888. com.au.
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Rayner We put you first
25 LEWIS STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 2 CORREA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

SITTING UP HIGH AND PROUD 3 2 2 THE PERFECT START 3 2 2
• Elevated 3 bedroom home with walk through bathroom to master and WIR • 3 great size bedrooms, master with WIR and full ensuite
• Lovely warmth and homely feel with quality fi xtures and fi ttings Private Sale: $420,000 - $460,000 • Generous lounge at front of property Private Sale: $345,000 - $375,000
• Ducted heating and evaporative cooling Inspect: By appointment • Huge kitchen with modern SS appliances and ample bench space, open to Inspect: Saturday 18th November
• Large lounge, meals and kitchen all have superb views over extensive block meals and second living
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 11:00am – 11:30am
• Outdoor entertaining with decked BBQ area and 5 seater spa • Sliding door accessing the pergola from the second living area
• Huge steel work shed with power and internet Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au • Wood fi re, ducted gas heating, 2 split systems and DLUG Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
• Potential to add value by fi nishing off the front and back landscaping Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Quiet area, good size block, easy access to new Halletts way on/off ramps.

52 UNDERBANK BOULEVARD, BACCHUS MARSH 40 GILMORES ROAD, BALLIANG
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

LIGHT AND FRESH 3 2 1 HOME SWEET HOME 3 1 2
• Lovely, bright and light fi lled home looking for new owner • Absolute character fi lled charming cottage sitting down a long winding driveway
• Beautifully maintained, neutral colour scheme and updated kitchen and fl ooring Private Sale: $399,000 - $429,000 on a stunning 15 acres approx. with Little River as its back boundary; Private Sale: $620,000-$660,000
• 3 large bedrooms, master with ensuite and WIR, BIRs in remaining bedrooms Inspect: By appointment • 3 bedrooms, large lounge, dining and beautiful kitchen, glorious views; Inspect: By appointment
• Large lounge, large meals open to the kitchen, family bathroom and laundry • Divided into 8 paddocks with new hardwood post and rail fencing;
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
• Gas heating, wood fi re and evaporative cooling throughout • Vegie garden, chicken coop, numerous established fruit trees;
• Outside you will fi nd a large pergola and a great size yard with established Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au • Paved BBQ area, decked pergola area, horse stables and tack room; Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au
gardens and a garage/workshop • 6 m x 7 m steel carport; and
• Plenty of room to park the caravan at the side • Such a wonderful lifestyle property, inspections highly recommended.

31 ATKINSON STREET, BALLAN 14A EDOLS STREET, BALLAN 100 GOLDEN PT RD, BLACKWOOD 39 HICKS LANE, BALLAN
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

COTTAGE – CIRCA 1913 COMFORTABLE LOW MAINTENANCE THE OLD ROYAL MAIL HOTEL 1930’S BRICK FARM HOUSE
• Located on a large corner block (1112sqm approx.); • 3 bedrooms (all with robes) main with WIR & ensuite; • Historic Blackwood Building constructed in 1855 (circa); • 7 Acres (approx.) amongst beautiful park like gardens;
• Lovely weatherboard cottage with mature garden; • North facing kitchen and living area; • In its time its been a Hotel, Dance Hall and Weekender; • 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas, dining room;
• 3 bedrooms, separate lounge, kitchen/dining/family room, • Stone benchtops throughout & dishwasher; • Old Hotel comprises a mix of adjoining structures; • Concrete bench tops, 900mm stove & dishwasher;
3.3m ceilings, ornate cornices, stained glass windows, • Gas ducted heating & ducted evaporative cooling; • Provides 3 Titles of 852sqm, 841sqm and 852sqm which • Tasmanian oak fl oors, high ceilings & leadlight windows;
Baltic pine fl oors, dishwasher and new gas stove; • Quality blinds & solar/gas HWS; is a total of 2545sqm (half acre+); • Open fi re places & hydronic heating;
• The property has a 4 car garage, fi sh pond; • Remote operated garage with direct access into house; • Power, water and installed effl uent system. • Heated pool, tennis court & double garage, storeroom;
• Within easy walking distance to the station and town; • Covered rear decking off living area; • An interesting project awaits those with a heart for a • Long circular driveway, good paddock and town water;
• Excellent condition and such a great block, very rare fi nd. • 364 sqm block (approx.) with lovely established garden bygone era and now with huge interest in properties in • Only 5 minutes to Ballan’s Town centre. Featured in
Private Sale: $430,000 and garden shed, 2½ years old (approx.) great location. Blackwood, this will be a strongly sought after property. Country Style magazine July 2017.
Inspect: Thursday 16th November 12.00pm–12:30pm Private Sale: $399,000 Private Sale: $340,000 Private Sale: $1,100,000
Saturday 18th November 9.30am–10.00am Inspect: Thursday 16th November 2:00pm–2:30pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: Saturday 18th November 1:00pm–2:00pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@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 29 Silverdale Drive 4 2 2
Modern 4 Bedrooom Family Home on Large Block
Large 754m2 block in quiet street is this immaculate 4 bedroom family home. Pleasing layout,
floating floors throughout the hallway and open plan living area. High quality stain block wool
carpet in the large bedrooms and 2nd living area. Master has a fitted out WIR and ENS. Stone
benches, SS appliance including a 900mill oven and gas cooktop. 2 reverse cycle air conditioners,
ducted gas heating throughout, a large double garage, double gated side access to backyard.
Private Sale
Price Reduced $490,000 - $520,000
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 21 George Street 3 2 1 Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2

Easy Living in Central Location Private Sale Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale
This traditional weatherboard home This impressive property is in a quiet
offers a wonderful blend of period Price Reduced $429,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
style and french provincial touches. Inspect Saturday 12.00-12.30pm drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.00–1.30pm
Delivering a practical layout of 3 shops, schools & train station. Easy
bedrooms, master with ensuite, open Office 2/137 Main Street, access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street,
plan living encompasses a functional Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
kitchen allowing for seamless wide verandahs, & extensive outdoor
connection to an all-weather alfresco Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 entertainment area. Lovely valley views Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
area. This is a fabulous home for first len@lensmith.com.au overlooking market gardens to be len@lensmith.com.au
home buyers & young families as well Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 enjoyed. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
as a great downsizing option or savvy kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
investment in a super-convenient locale.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 31 Mimulus Road, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 2a Station Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2
What Potential!!
Easy Living High exposure Site of approx. 1,960m2 with approx. 216m2 Factory.
Convenient low maintenance lifestyle. Master includes a WIR & ENS, 2 Imminently suitable (subject to Council permits) for re-development &/
additional bedrooms with BIRs. Central bathroom, separate toilet & or subdivision. Zoned Industrial 2 under Moorabool Planning Scheme.
laundry. 900mm oven, dishwasher & large pantry, & connects with the Extensive Station Street frontage, adjoins Railway Station Car Park.
open plan dining & living. Undercover entertaining and private Quality projects in the immediate vicinity. Vacant Possession.
backyard. Ducted heating, split system & remote double garage. Terms: 10% Deposit. Balance 90 Days
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $395,000 AUCTION Saturday 9th December at 11.00am
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 – Denise 0456 044 024 CONTACT Ian 5367 2333 Steve 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 24 Ryan Court, Bacchus Marsh
COMING SOON 4 2 1

51 Horder Cres, Bacchus Marsh
Great Family Living In Central Location
Set on large block approx. 780m2, walking distance to Main Street & easy
access to freeway. 4 generous bedrooms with BIRs, master with Ens &

6 bed, 3 bath, 2 car large family bathroom. Spacious kitchen/dining/living opens out to
covered courtyard. Ducted heating & A/C. Carport has rear access to
spacious backyard, room to add a pool or shed if desired (STCA).

$590,000-$620,000 INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB
By appointment
$490,000
Steve 0475 888 101 Denise 0456 044 024
arbeerealestate.com.au

AUCTION 17 Griffith Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
Great Investment or Development Opportunity 1 1 1
Unique opportunity to purchase over 3,500 square metres of Industrial 2
land in a high profile location on Griffith Street hill. Ability to earn dual Invest and retire in me !
incomes from the 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, single carport home to the This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge
front of the land & the 510sqm Factory (approx) to the rear. Both with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an
properties are currently tenanted and returning a combined income of updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private
$40,793pa. Bacchus Marsh is a great location for investment being only courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking
60kms from Melbourne, 57kms from Geelong & 61kms from Ballarat. for retirement living in a senior’s community.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 2nd December at 11.00am FOR SALE $159,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

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

Executive Central Living Luxury Living & Car Lovers Dream
This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists Stunning 56 square, 8 yr old, quality Shane Cook Home. Massive 1702
of 3 B/R, 2 bathrooms, fantastic open plan living, plus a powder room/toilet down stairs, secure under house 4 car garage with office & storage. Master with
master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For ENS, spa & parents retreat. 3 additional double bedrooms all with BIRs,
your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 3 living areas. Hardwood floors, quality carpets,
access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs. premium fixtures & fittings. Professionally landscaped 10192 block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 – Denise 0456 044 024
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Visit our stand at the Strawberries &
Cherries festival for an arbee showbag

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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Ballan Brigade Captain Kaine Myers and Ballan police Sgt Michael Kearnes at the alleged ignition point at the Shaw’s Road property where a deliberately lit fire was headed for a farm
residence. They are pictured with Ballan brigade member Ian Ireland and investigating Moorabool CIU Det. Troy Morrow. Photo – Helen Tatchell
BALLANPTYPLUMBING LEETE PLUMBING
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Ballan Police Station’s Officer in Charge, to have been lit between 10am and 4pm. time”.
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Lost and Found Ballan Golf Club
Results - Week ending Saturday 11 November
Wednesday Stableford
Winner Len Killender (25) 34 points, R/up Kev Lockman
(16) 33 points on c/b from Chris TRudoe (13).
Magpie -14th Chris Tudor.
NTP - 15th Bob Arklay.
Saturday Stroke - 2nd Round Club Championships.
A Grade - Winner on the day Shaun O’Dea 73-17-56,
R/up Kev Lockman 77-16-61.
B Grade - Winner Athol Love 82-23-59,
R/up Jimmy Walsh 86-24-62.
NTPs - 12th Athol Love, 15th Chris Tudor.
Magpies - 4th David Blythe, 14th Michael Di Fiore,
18th Don Wickson.
Balls 7, Cut-off 64: Shaun O’Dea, Kev Lockman,
Victor Buttigieg, Greg McAloon, Jimmy Walsh, Peter Di
Fiore, Athol Love.
Current placings in Club Championship Gross Score: 1st
Bob Arklay 151. second Peter Di Fiore 152.
Current placings in Tom Bond Trophy Net Score: 1st Shaun
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V.I.P. with many friends but urge them to express their
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6. Final (4) 3. Month (7) next. The weekend finds you in a whimsical spirit.
8. Chief (4) 4. Garment (4) best idea is to bank the loot and think before you spend.
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15. Account (6) 14. Analgesic (7) cluding pets. Keep important phone numbers handy all
the ladder to success. week.
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25. Dawn (8)
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
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Do your own thing - and don’t feel guilty. There may be
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Darley Cricket Club
North Ballarat after the Hayden Nash and Mona-
Roosters had them chasing ghan taking a wicket each to
leather all day. keep the Lions undefeated.
North Ballarat amassed a Darley’s 14 & Under First
whopping 4/439 off their XI team also tasted victory,
allotted 80 overs with two but in much more dramatic
batsmen making centu- fashion, with Golden Point
ries, one a double century falling three runs short of
By Shaun Kelly victory chasing Darley’s
to opening batsman Jesse
Mannington. 9/199.
Seniors Eleven different bowlers After Jyson Fawcett (48),
The Darley Lions have some Will Johnson (35) and Ethan
were used in an effort to
work to do after the first day Thewma (29) all stood out
stop the flow of runs, with
of their Grand Final rematch with the bat in Darley’s in-
Josh Fitzgerald, James Mar-
against Wendouree last nings, the Lions bowlers
tindale, Ben Taylor and An-
Saturday. withstood a late onslaught
drew Bird, who eventually
After losing the toss and of runs by the Golden Point
dismissed Mannington for
being sent into the field, the batsmen to take home an
202, all taking single wickets.
Lions immediately opened impressive win. Austin
Another half-century to Tim
up a huge advantage thanks MacBeth led the way with
Gallagher wasn’t enough
to three early strikes to Ben the ball, claiming figures of
to drag Darley’s Fourth XI
Longhurst leaving the Red 3/9 from his eight-over spell.
over the line, going down to
Caps teetering at 3/4. Matt Johnson, Fawcett and James

GDCA Renegades
Ballarat Fire Brigade by 73
Cape trapped Wendouree Martindale all took wickets
runs in their one-day clash.
batsman Liam Brady in front as Golden Point could man-
to have the score at 4/56, but Darley bowled first and, age just 7/197 off their allot-
that set the stage for a 148 run apart from a 131 run partner- ted 50 overs.

Girls Competition
partnership between Heath ship for the fourth wicket, Darley’s 14 & Under Sec-
Pyke and Tom Le Lievre that held the BFB batsmen rea- ond XI started the first day
took the ascendancy away sonably quiet, with a score of of match against Eynesbury
from the Lions. 6/244 at the end of 40 overs Eagles Black in impressive
inflated by two impressive fashion, making 5/216 off
Pyke eventually became Bacchus Marsh Bulls Cricket Club first all-girls cricket teams took to the field last Friday
middle-order knocks. Clint their 45 overs.
Longhurst’s fourth victim night for their first ever matches.
Salisbury impressed with Tarkyn Hamilton led the
with the score on 5/204, with All the girls showed some incredible skills and had a great time.
Pyke having scored 119 of the ball, taking 2/7 off his way with a well-compiled
those; but that was the last five over spell, Paul Tice- and unbeaten 50, his first- U/12 Girls
wicket the Lions would take hurst took 3/42 and James ever half century, whilst Oli- Bacchus Marsh 5/ 102 def Riddells Creek 5/98 
as Jack Peeters (41 not out) Seager also took a wicket. ver Murray also batted well Shameka Grero top sored with 7 runs with wickets to Sienna Farrell, Ava Lalor, Jean Kelleher
joined Le Lievre to take the A 67 run partnership be- for 46, Kurtis Beck made 39 and Mathilda Kraljik with two run outs. 
score to 5/288 at the close tween Gallagher and Darren at the top of the batting order U/15 Girls
of play. Le Lievre made his Hynes (25) set the scene for and Taine Powell made 27
Bacchus Marsh 4/119 def Woodend 6/38
maiden First Grade century the Lions, but when Gallagh- not out to have the Lions in
Ellie Martin top scored with 60 runs with wickets to Lucy Taylor (2), Jess Taylor (2) and
with an unbeaten 101 to set er was dismissed for 59 with a strong position going into
Lauren Martin (1), Lauren Paproth (1). 
the Lions a healthy chase the score on 102, it took away next week.
For more information please contact Natalie Grero via Bacchus Marsh Bulls website. 
next Saturday. Darley’s main weapon in The Darley Roar Under 12

BC
the run chase. Wickets fell

Ballan Cricket Club    C
Darley’s Second XI clawed side wasn’t as successful, go-
their way back into their quickly following Gallagh- ing down by 90 runs in their allan
game against Ballarat-Redan er’s dismissal before Salis- Friday night game against ricket
late on the first day of play. bury (22 not out) and Noel Eynesbury Black. The Lions
The Lions, after winning
Borg (13 not out) teamed up started the day on 6/66 be- lub
for an unbeaten 40 run part- fore they were dismissed for Ballan 1 St X1 Under 16
the toss and batting, were
nership for the sixth wicket, 94, with Angus Jones pro- Ballan 4/415 v Brown Hill 2/18 Ballan 10/69 lost Ballarat Redan 5/311
dismissed for 182 before tak-
but time wasn’t on the Lions’ gressing his overnight score Batting - N Heafield 131 not out, D Gardiner Batting - J McGregor 59.
ing three crucial wickets at
side, who finished their 40 to 43 before retiring as the 116, Z Graham 89 and J Fawcus 63 Bowling - S Dehnert 10-3-1/24, J Crowe 7-1-
the end of the day to leave
overs on 5/171, still 73 runs best of the Roar batsmen. In Bowling - S Dehnert 2-1-2/3 1/34, A McCarthy 4-0-1/32, B Rivett 4-0-1/35.
the Two Swords requiring
in arrears. reply, Eynesbury responded Ballan won the toss and batted first, Justin Under 14
another 153 runs for vic- Fawcus opened the batting for Ballan for his
with 8/184 off 30 overs, with Ballan 10/194 def Beaufort 10/68
tory with seven wickets
remaining.
Juniors Harvey Hoey taking three first time and steadily built his runs getting
Batting - N Neumann 42, D Pascoe 28, M
The Darley Lions 16 & Un- out on 63 runs; he along with David Gardin-
wickets, Angus Jones two Golding 26, C Gates 17
Young gun Corey Bea- er who made his maiden century, put on a
der side have made it three and singles to Jones, Mitch- Bowling - M Popple 3-0-2/3, N Loft 3-0-1/12,
ton was again impressive 164 run partnership. Then Zac Graham and
wins from as many tries to ell Wells, Jackson Hunt and Noel Heafield came together to put on a 233 G Muir 2-0-1/10, K Heafield 3-0-1/6, -N Neu-
with the bat for the Lions, start the 2017/18 season, de- Patrick Jarvinen. mann 2-0-1/10, B Conroy 2-1-2/1, C Gates 2-2-
run partnership before Zac Graham was out
top-scoring with 47 after feating Golden Point by 117 on 89. Ballan declared its innings closed to 0/0, J Jarvis 2-0-1/6
Darley’s Under 10 teams
opening the innings, with runs at the Darley Hub this have a bowl with 15 overs remaining, Sam Terrific team effort with both bat and ball;
were in action on Saturday
middle-order support from past weekend. morning, with the Darley Dehnert came on in the 13th over and claimed running between the wickets and backing
Liam Jordan (44) and Nick two wickets in 2 overs for 3 runs. Ballan con- up was a highlight. Fielding as a team was
Chasing Darley’s mammoth Cubs scoring 6/103 in their
Whan (33) before the team tinue bowling next week. top notch.
score of 2/270, thanks to cen- game against Melton Cen-
was dismissed in the 64th Ballan 2nd X1 Under 13: BYE
turies by Jordan Monaghan trals Red, with Maddie Scott
over, leaving 13 overs for the Ballan 1/168 def Golden point 10/162 Under 12
and Liam Cornford, the leading the way with 13 runs
Two Swords to face. Batting - R Lindsay 70 not out, J Costello 63, Ballan 10/71 lost Melton Centrals 5/158
Pointies were dismissed for off her 20 balls faced, then H Dickson 5 not out Batting - E Ayres 3, C Durante 2, E Boland 9,
Ballarat-Redan ended 153 with five overs remain- holding Centrals Red to 6/91 Bowling - J Costello 8-0-4/22, R Lindsey 8-0- T Naiker 1
up at 3/30 after those 13 ing in the day, with the Lions off their 20 overs, with Scott 2/23, G Muir 3-0-1/10, A Smith 3-0-1/8, M Bowling - V Berton 4-1-3/14, E Boland 3-0-
overs, with Jye Stephenson, bowlers seemingly in control taking 2/4 off her three overs Vallance 4-0-1/9
Hayden Jamieson and Liam 0/9, Ciaran Boland 4-1-0/12
all day. bowled, Jessica Hodge tak- After another lost toss, Ballan took to the field
Jordan all taking wickets to Great job to Victoria Berton on her bowling
Ryan Densley returned ing 2/11 off four overs and in sticky conditions. All the bowlers bowled
effort to take three wickets and Ethan on
set up an enthralling second innings-best figures of 3/21 Aleya Vella and Mackenzie good line and length, and the fielding was
making 9no. Great talk in the field and back-
day’s play. off six overs, whilst Corn- Elmer both took wickets. a high standard. John Costello had golden
ing up with batting. Thanks and good luck
Darley’s Third XI will have fingers taking four wickets backed up by the
ford backed up his century The Darley Prowl could to Albie and Darcy who will continue their
captain Rob Lindsey with two wickets. Hats
to pull off one of the all-time with bowling figures of 2/13 manage just 7/81 with the season with the U/13s. Welcome to new play-
off to George Muir (12-year old) for his first
great comebacks if they are off six overs. Ben Taylor took bat against the Eynesbury senior wicket in his first senior game. Bat- ers Axel and Taj Naiker.
to take home first innings two wickets with Regan Eagles, who made 1/91 off ting was first class with Rob Lindsey and Coaches Award: Victoria Berton
points in their game against King, Mackenzie Murray, their 20 overs. John Costello steering the ship home. Captains Award: Jock Mauriks.
Sport
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REMEMBRANCE DAY - Keely reading the ‘In Flanders Field’ and Daen reading ‘The Ode
of Remembrance’. Photos - submitted

Bacchus Marsh
Little Athletics Geoff Howard with some of the young Ballan Brumbies basketball members.
Photo – Damien Wieland

Dressed to
Last Saturday the Centre Annual Multi Event Day was conducted.  All athletes participated
in 5 events - a sprint race, distance race, hurdles, long jump and discus.  Points were allocated
on the athletes’ results.  Multi Event awards will be presented this coming Saturday.   All
athletes will receive a Multi Event Certificate with full results.
The weather was superb for athletics and an astounding 452 PBs were recorded with 21
athletes achieving 5 PBs for the meet - Solomon Miesen, Olivia Way, Zane Rich, Oliver Lidgett-

impress
Egan, Ben Peterson, Braydn Rich, Murphy Harrington, Daen Sadhai, Charlie Conroy, Ryan
Lister, Myah Estlick, Isaac Colella, Logan Hucker, Hudson Wisewould, Bridie Shanahan, Ymir
Travisson-Heafield, Georgia Payne, Nicholas Ibrahim, Thomas Ibrahim, Emma Goodrem
and Jordan Moore.
All members acknowledged Remembrance Day at 11am.  President Maria Downes read
an Introduction to Remembrance Day followed by Centre Captains, Keely Rich reading In
Flanders Field then Daen Sadhai read The Ode of Remembrance prior to the playing of the By Jessica Howard and create healthier, happier Program is providing our
Last Post and a Minutes Silence. and more united communi- local clubs with modern
Ballan’s new, and only, bas- ties, and they’re the launch- uniforms and equipment,
ketball club will be fitted

Avenue Bowling Club
ing pad of our next genera- helping people of all ages
with brand new uniforms tion of champions. and abilities to participate in
thanks to a recent round of “I’m proud of our clubs in grassroots sport,”
funding.
Moorabool and the vital role The Labor Government is
The State Government’s they play in bringing togeth-
Mid-week Pennant Weekend Pennant delivering on the $120 mil-
Sporting Clubs Grant Pro- er our community.”
Division 1 lion Community Sports
Division 2 gram has provided the Bal-
lan Brumbies with $1,000. Springbank Football/Net- Infrastructure Fund that is
Avenue 53 lost Buninyong 86 Avenue 67 lost Victoria 108.
Member for Buninyong, ball Club also received fund- upgrading tired grounds
Division 2
Division 3 Geoff Howard visited a ing of $1,000 for new equip- and ageing pavilions, and
Avenue 71 lost Invermay 75 ment from the program. building female-friendly
Avenue 91 def Webbcona 89 training session on Thurs-
Division 5 Mr Howard said this grant change rooms.
Division 5 day (November 9).
Avenue 98 def Buninyong 52 round saw over 340 clubs For more information on
“Grassroots sports clubs
Avenue 100 def Buninyong 93
Over 60s are the heart and soul of our successfully apply for fund- the Sporting Club Grants
Six of the ten Avenue sides won their games Division 7 community,” he said. ing across the state. Program, visit www.sport.
with Avenue 4 winning by 15 shots. Avenue 131 def Mt. Xavier 72 “They bring people together “The Sporting Club Grants vic.gov.au.

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guests only. Leather trim, Factory 8 Seater people mover,
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