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We will remember them

Photo: Lisa Comerford

The ranks may be diminishing but the crowds are growing.
The Centenary ANZAC March was held on Sunday 22 April in Bacchus Marsh and - The Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service (VVCS) provides free
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were driven, in the parade. and their families. They can be reached 24/7 on 1800 011 046 or visit the VVCS
Bacchus Marsh Rodders showed community spirit by collecting veterans for the website for more information.
march and driving them in their hot-rods; a treat indeed. - DVA provides immediate help and treatment for any mental health condition,
The commemorative service was held on the village green. whether it relates to service or not. If you or someone you know is finding it hard
The Bacchus Marsh RSL will conduct a dawn service at 5.45am on Wednesday 25 to cope with life, call VVCS on 1800 011 046 or DVA on 1800 555 254. Further
April and Ballan RSL at 6am; both will offer a free breakfast. Ballan ANZAC march information can be accessed on the DVA website.
will commence at 1pm from the RSL down Inglis street to the cenotaph.

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Ground breaking recreation facility on the way
By Jessica Howard

The construction of one of
the biggest projects in Moor-
abool Shire is one step closer
to commencing following an
official turning of the sod
last week.
User group members gath-
ered at the Bacchus Marsh
Racecourse Recreation Re-
serve on Thursday (April 13)
to celebrate the beginning of
Stage one of the project.
The estimated $20 mil-
lion project will be devel-
oped over four stages, with
the first stage costing $4.8
million.
The project has been
funded by Moorabool Shire
Council ($4.6m), with a gen-
erous $5,000 donation from
the Bacchus Marsh BMX
Club and $200,000 in fund-
ing from the Labor Govern-
ment’s Community Sports
Infrastructure Fund.
Moorabool Shire Mayor,
Paul Tatchell said it was a
dramatic effort to put to-
gether a $20 million facility.
“It’s the first time we’ve Minister Eren with Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell, Allan Comrie (Pres. BMRRR) and members of the BMX club. Photo – Jessica Howard
built a facility since Dawn
Fraser won gold medals in The first stage of the project dozed and never replaced. not surrounded by other disparity of funding across lem shires like us face – we
1956,” he said. will include the construction It makes it really difficult sporting facilities, however the state was disappointing, aren’t small by any means,
“Or at least the first time of two soccer pitches and a and it sometimes means you this hub will now include the four percent was still but we are small in terms of
we’ve built a solid facility in multipurpose oval, sports have people giving up the two soccer pitches, a cricket greatly appreciated. revenue.
the last 50-years. This is the field lighting, cricket net sport because they can’t do pitch and of course the BMX “Realistically, we are in a “It’s frustrating, but at the
first stage of works that will practices, a multipurpose it locally. track”. shire that runs at about ten
end of the day, you will
perform part of the fabric sports pavilion and a BMX “This new facility will allow Mr Eren told The Moora- per cent of revenue off our
and the future of Bacchus bookended shires in Ballarat always be appreciative of
track. us to train locally and will bool News that the Labor
Marsh. and Melton, so from our per- someone who hands you
Bacchus Marsh BMX Club be capable of hosting com- Government’s Community
“We are all aware of the spective we have a lot of re- money”.
President, Les Stewart said it petitions all the way up to a Sports Infrastructure Fund
enormous developments striction on how we can raise Mr Eren said funding for
had been an eight-year wait national level. This has been provides a maximum of 20
that are going on in this money and we fought really future stages of the project
for the club. eight years in the making so per cent towards the total
town and we are all aware hard to get this four per cent, would depend on timing.
“We have around 100 mem- it is very exciting for me and cost of new facilities and
of the lack of backyard space which is why this project has
bers, all who are made to members of the club”. upgrades. “It will depend on when
that comes with the new way been delayed.
travel to Ballarat, Sunbury Minister for Sport, John Moorabool Shire Council those future stages occur,
of living. It is therefore very “We are the fastest growing
important that we continue and Wyndham during the Eren said he was delighted has received just over four shire in the peri-urban and so we will wait for the ap-
to push and probe and try to week for training,” he said. to see how Bacchus Marsh per cent in state government it is arguable that Bacchus plications we will be seek-
ensure that we provide those “We used to have a BMX will make use of such a funding towards the new Marsh is the fastest growing ing from council and we
facilities to ensure that we facility back in the 80s at space. hub. town with the least amount will make assessments from
stay a vibrant community”. Mason’s Lane but it was bull- “Normally racecourses are Mr Tatchell said while the of funding. That’s the prob- those accordingly”.

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Splash Parks – yes, no, maybe? Newborns in
By Kate Taylor

It may be feasible to build
the district
three splash parks in Moora-
bool, according to a study
now out for public comment.
The feasibility study was
floated at the April 3 council
meeting – but not without
some tough budget talk.
Splash parks have become
popular with both councils
and communities lately as
they are a much lower-cost
option to pools because they
involve streaming jets of wa-
ter, under and around which
children can run and play.
The feasibility study, com-
achieved with the existing the season from November budget is,” CEO Rob Crox-
missioned by council, rec-
infrastructure (services, to later in March. ford replied. Melton parents Natalia and Kylie Elphinstone from
ommended co-locating
pumps, filtration, chemi- In terms of pricing, a struc- East Ward Councillor Dave Brayden Hickey have Brookfield has a little boy
splash parks at both the
cals, kiosk) already avail- ture including free entry for Edwards argued that the welcomed their second for her first baby. Oliver
Bacchus Marsh and the Bal- child, a little girl. Ember William Elphinstone
able onsite, lower operating children under five years old splash park study is not, at
lan outdoor pools, as well Rose Hickey arrived on weighed 7lb 11oz (3490
costs with staffing available was proposed. this point, a budget issue.
as possibly building a third Wednesday 18 April at grams) and arrived on
to manage the splash park But Woodlands Ward Coun- “This is a draft report only,
park in Merrimu as large 8.22am and weighed 8lb Tuesday 17 April at
maintenance and testing cillor Pat Toohey argued that so we can understand the
population growth is ex- 1oz. Ember is a new 4.49pm.
requirements as part of the in the current rate-capping costs etc. The community
pected in that area in the brother for Jax.
outdoor pool operation, and environment, contributions will provide feedback, and if
future.
important supporting facili- from the state and federal that feedback is that it is fea-
The report proposed an ties such as change rooms,
allocation of a budget of government would be badly sible to have a splash park,
toilets, shade, seating and needed. then it will be a budget is-
$500,000 for the Bacchus car parking already availa-
Marsh splash park, and a We don’t have the dollars sue,” Cr Edwards said.
ble. Both identified locations to fund project after project, The Splash Parks Feasibility Magok and Akuot
budget of $450,000 for the are also in visible and central some are not going to come Study draft report has been have a new sister.
Ballan splash park. locations to the surround- to fruition,” Cr Toohey said. on Public Exhibition since Arriving on
“The rationale behind the ing catchment communities Tuesday 17 April
selection of the existing Mayor Paul Tatchell said Thursday 5 April and will
within the travel accessibil- cease at COB Wednesday 2
at 5.21am,
outdoor pools in Bacchus that the same would likely
ity standard guidelines,” May 2018. Moorabool Shire
Nyanlueth was
Marsh and Ballan for such be said about other large
read a report tabled at the Council is inviting you to
born to Melton
facilities primarily relates to projects on the meeting’s parents Hellen
meeting. ‘Have Your Say’ by provid-
the capital and operational agenda. and Ajok, and
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27-years for ‘brutal and
cowardly conduct’
By Jessica Howard In sentencing on Tuesday
(April 17), Justice Jane Dixon
The man who tied Spring- said the extreme violence of
bank war veteran Ken Hand- the attack was said to be trig-
ford to his own bed and left gered by anger as a result of
him to die after a brutal stab- Cooper’s own experience of
bing has been sentenced to childhood sexual abuse.
27 years in jail. She said Williamson had
Adam Williamson was the lied to Cooper, stating
driving force behind the vi- that Mr Handford was a
cious murder of Mr Hand- paedophile.
ford, who was stabbed 13 “It was Cooper who pre-
times in the back on the eve sented the knife to menace
of his 90th birthday. the deceased, and Cooper
Williamson was employed who ultimately chose to stab
to harvest potatoes on the him when he was struggling
farm in which Mr Handford and crying out,” she said.
lived on; however, in 2014, Ken Handford
“Nevertheless, your pres-
his employment was termi- ence assisted and encour-
nated after he was suspected aged Cooper in carrying ries associated with the day his surviving brother and
of having stolen from the el- out this violent armed rob- of the offending. sister-in-law.
derly man’s wallet. bery, after helping to place
“Victim impact statements “Crimes such as yours di- Adam Williamson. Drawn by Edward Coleridge.
On September 13 2015, restraints on the deceased’s
[received by the court] reflect minish the confidence of the
Williamson attended the hands and legs.
the high regard in which Mr community in the security
property with co-accused “Your conduct was brutal Handford’s granddaugh- to properly grieve a much-
and safety of their domestic ter Leah spoke with media
Jonathon Cooper in order to and cowardly”. Handford was held,” she loved man”.
steal a large sum of money lives”. outside the Supreme Court
said. Earlier this year, co-accused
Williamson pleaded guilty Williamson was sentenced
believed to be at the house. Victoria. Jonathon Cooper was sen-
to statutory murder, aggra- “The murder of Kenneth to 27 years in jail, with a non-
Williamson tied Mr Hand- “This means one thing tenced to 24 years in prison,
vated burglary and theft. Handford has had a shat- parole period of 23 years.
ford to the bed before for us, and that’s that we with a non-parole period
Cooper flew into a rage and Justice Dixon said Mr Hand- tering effect on his son and He has served 903 days in don’t really have to live like of 20-years, after a success-
repeatedly stabbed him in ford’s family and friends are daughter and their respec- pre-sentence detention. this anymore and that we ful application in Victoria’s
the back. now haunted by the memo- tive families, as well as on Following sentencing, Mr will have an opportunity Court of Appeal.

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50/50 support for new legislation
Jail for assault, By Kate Taylor

Out of the 64 proposed changes to the Local
“Of the 64 listed provisions Council supports
well over half of the recommendations
many subject to either seeking changes

alcohol and
Government Act, Moorabool Shire Council to provisions or further clarification or
supports well over half of them. consideration,” read a report prepared on
Councillors voted at the March 7 council the submission and tabled at the March
meeting to endorse a submission in response council meeting.
to an ‘exposure draft’ of new legislation However, council’s submission argues that

accidents
released by Local Government Minister the Bill removes considerable amounts of
Marlene Kairouz. prescription regarding the detail of how
The new legislation is proposed to become governance arrangements are to be applied.
the primary piece of legislation for Local “For example, the detail about the calling
Government and replace the majority of the of Council Meetings and administrative
By Jessica Howard Local Government Act 1989. arrangements such as advertising will be left
One of the aims of the new legislation is to Councils to decide how to implement rather
A Ballan woman who wrote off a Mercedes
that Victorians will better understand and than being included in the new Act. Public
Benz before punching a police officer in the
face will spend the next six-weeks in jail. value the role of councils as democratically consultation and engagement processes,
Michelle Hussey was unlicensed and alleg- elected bodies that represent their interests; currently referred to as ‘section 223 process’,
edly under the influence of alcohol when she participate more as candidates, voters and will also be left to Councils to determine the
borrowed a friend’s car and drove to Yar- citizens in council activities; and contribute approach taken. Such processes which relate
raville before crashing into a Mercedes Benz, to council strategic visions and plans. to meeting procedures and community
writing it off completely. One of the proposed aspects is that Mayors engagement will be required to be detailed
The 52-year-old appeared in the Bacchus will provide greater leadership to councils by by each Council in their own Governance
Marsh Magistrates’ Court on Friday (April adopting more extensive responsibilities and Rules and specific overarching policies.”
20) charged with a number of offences in- undertaking to report to their communities The new legislation is expected to commence
cluding driving while disqualified, refuse to on an annual basis. mid-year.
undergo breath test and assault.
The court heard that on March 1 2017, the
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Hussey allegedly swerved in and out of
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luxury car and then a power pole. munity Corrections Order, which had con- Construction has commenced on the $8 million modernisation of Bacchus
Police attended the scene, where the ac- ditions including 150-hours of community Marsh College.
cused appeared to be under the influence of work – none of which she had completed.
alcohol. Hussey refused to undergo a breath Hussey’s defence lawyer said the offending
test and began to behave in an aggressive was a result of a break-down in marriage, Works include constructing a new Year 9 Centre with a focus on science,
manner, hitting one of the police officers to which occurred in 2014 due to domestic technology, engineering and maths; a Materials Technology Centre; and
the left side of his cheek. violence. upgrades to the school's trade building.
Police prosecutor, Leading Senior Consta-
She said an intervention order against the
ble Lisa Schoemaker said the accused was
ex-husband had left Hussey homeless and
restrained by police before being placed in These new facilities will support the work of our fantastic teachers,
without her four kids, two of which suffer
an ambulance, where she appeared to switch
from severe disabilities. providing students with the facilities they need to achieve their best.
between severe aggression and a close-to-
unconscious state. “As a result of these stresses in her life, she
In another matter, Hussey was approached began drinking,” she said. The Andrews Government is building the Education State so every
by police after reports of a suspicious vehicle “[Hussey] understands she has done the Victorian student can get a great education and every community has
located on Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road at wrong thing… she knows she’s in a lot of
trouble and she doesn’t want to go to jail”. access to a great local school.
around 1:15am on May 30, last year.
Upon attending the scene, police observed Leading Senior Constable Lisa Schoemaker
Hussey and a male standing near a vehicle, said there were common themes in Hussey’s
which was located beside a damaged wire offending.
fence. “A message needs to be sent to the commu-
The court heard both Hussey and the male nity, I don’t see any other option [than jail
told police it was them who had driven the time]”.
vehicle. Hussey then began yelling at the Magistrate Gregory Robinson said while
police, pointing her finger in the face of one he understood the accused had experienced
officer and punching him to the side of the some family hardship, “self-induced drunk-
mouth. enness” was not the answer.
The accused was then pepper-sprayed, ar- “Her history and the assault on police offic-
rested and placed in police cells for a matter ers is enough to warrant a term of imprison-
of hours. ment,” he said.
In a third matter, on November 4, Hussey Hussey was sentenced to 42 days in jail,
was observed by an unmarked police car with an 18-month Community Corrections
driving on the wrong side of the road in
Order to follow.
Hoppers Crossing.
Her license was disqualified for a period of
The court heard four vehicles were made to
four-years.
swerve out of the way of the accused in order
to avoid a collision. Hussey drove 350-metres “This is a lenient sentence,” Magistrate Rob-
inson said.
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An evening that’s music
to your ears
By Jessica Howard Circumstance” (Land of Hope & Glory).
The performance will mimic the
All the music, colour and circumstance
spectacular and stirring fanfare of the
of the traditional British Proms will be on
Proms, while also encouraging the
show at the Bacchus Marsh Public Hall
participation of the audience by asking
next month.
them to dress in a British theme, as well as
The Moorabool Light Orchestra will kick
singing along with the choir and orchestra.
off its 2018 concert season with a special
Conductor, Barry Wilkins said audience
cabaret concert, ‘An Evening at the Proms’
members can make up a table or two and
on Saturday May 12.
can bring their own drinks, glasses and
The evening concert will see 40 musicians
food.
join the Ballarat Choral Society, together
Free coffee and tea will also be provided
with the talented pBONES (Trombone
Quartet with Soprano Elena Polavaya) and on the night.
the featured guest soloist Roger Lemke. Doors will open at 7pm, with music to
The traditional British Proms was commence from 7:45pm.
founded in 1895 and consists of an eight- General admission is $30, with a $50
week summer season of daily orchestral deposit required per table. Bookings are
classical music concerts and other events. essential.
The Moorabool Light Orchestra will For more information, or to book a ticket,
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Violent threat with
log splitter
By Jessica Howard not admit that the radio had been
stolen.
A Bacchus Marsh man will regret He said it wasn’t about the money
losing his temper over a tradesman and that he just wanted the victim
radio after it landed him with a to apologise.
$1,250 fine.
Reid’s defence lawyer said it was
Stephen Reid loaned one of his not the first time his client had
vehicles to a friend when the radio loaned his car to a friend and some-
was stolen from the rear of the car thing had been stolen.
in December last year.
“He was frustrated and he took the
Following the theft, the man at- very serious and stupid steps of go-
tended his friend’s house, where he ing to the victim’s house,” he said.
went into a rage and threatened to
“It is important to note that there
kill the victim and his two dogs.
was a large fence separating the two
Stephen Reid appeared in the Bac-
and my client was not on the prop-
chus Marsh Magistrates’ Court
erty at the time of the offending.
on Friday (April 13) charged with
threat to inflict serious injury. “The victim’s step father said there
was a lot of yelling and screaming
The court heard that in December
back and forth between the two
last year, the accused sent a number
men”.
of abusive messages to the victim,
stating that he was going to “go to Reid’s defence said the behaviour
your mumma’s joint to bash your was out of character and a result of
head in [sic.]”. his client’s frustration boiling over.
Reid then attended the victim’s Magistrate Ronald Saines said de-
Daylesford property, where he ap- spite not stepping onto the property,
peared to be agitated and angry. the nature of the assault was very
A Police Prosecutor said Reid was serious.
holding a log splitter when he ap- “There was a significant level of
proached the front gate of the prop- threat here. You were in posses-
L-R: Annie Carr (Director of Nursing and Midwifery), Briege Eva (Safer Care Victoria) Anne Maree Keenan
erty and began shaking it violently. sion of the log splitter, meaning you
were conscious of the serious physi- (Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer of Safer Care Victoria), Sarah Watts (Midwifery Unit Manager), Anna
The victim allegedly came outside Bianchi (Midwife). Photo - supplied
with his two dogs and the two be- cal intimidation you were execut-
gan yelling at each other loudly. ing,” he said.
As the verbal fighting continued, “The initial text messages convey a
considerable, serious level of men-
Bacchus Marsh Hospital had a special visit last week
the dogs appeared to become agi-
tated, with one proceeding to bite ace. Anyone receiving those sort of Anne Maree Kennan, the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer of Safer Care Victoria
the victim on the lower left shin. intimidating messages would think toured the Hospital’s new maternity unit on Wednesday (April 18).
The court heard a family member that they are facing serious harm. Ms Keenan spoke to the midwifery manager Sarah Watts about the challenges and
of the victim then called the police “It is entirely unacceptable to deal successes in the last year; and congratulated staff on the excellent care they provide to
as they were worried the victim was with disputes with violence like
going to be assaulted. this”. women and babies.
Reid told police that he lost his Reid was convicted and fined $1,250 New mum, Kylie was very proud to show off her new baby boy and complimented midwives
temper because the victim would with $122.30 in statutory costs. who had provided her with continuous encouragement and support during her labour.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL POSITIONS VACANT
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 2 May, 2018 Senior Strategic Planner – Full Time Permanent
in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Applications Close on Friday 27 April 2018.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Subdivision Inspector – Full Time Permanent
Applications Close on Friday 4 May 2018.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Management and operation of the Ballan Men’s Shed Building
Following the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 4 April, 2018, Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT
is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from community organisations to manage and
Location: 15 View Gully Road, Title Details: Lot 126 on PS 628116E
operate the Ballan Men’s Shed.
Hopetoun Park VIC 3340
For further information, Contact Tania Barry, Coordinator of Community and
The application is for a permit to: Variation of Item (k) on Restrictive Covenant
Recreation Development; tbarry@moorabool.vic.gov.au or 5366 7100.
AK033382P to construct an outbuilding 30.0m long x 12.0m wide & 4.5m high to the eaves
Closing date for the EOI is 11 May, 2018
The applicant for the permit is: The application reference number:
Ivorshed P/L PA2018021
CALLING FOR TENDERS You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts: office of the Responsible Authority: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street,
Tender Number Tender Description Ballan, 182 Halletts Way Darley https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool
C28 – 2017/2018 Supply of Emulsion and Bituminous Products This can be done during office hours and is free of charge.Any person who may be affected
C29 - 2017/2018 Stormwater Drainage System Cleaning and CCTV Inspections by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible
C30 - 2017/2018 Supply of Concrete and Associated Products Authority. An objection must be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing, include the
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 21 reasons for the objection and state how the objector would be affected. Please be aware
April 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool. that copies of objections/submissions received may be made available to any person for
the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process.
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before - 8 May 2018 If you
object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision.

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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What does an age friendly Moorabool mean to you?
By Jessica Howard ambassadors will work to identify projects
that will promote positive ageing and
Moorabool’s newly formed group of Age- Moorabool as a place that is great to grow
Friendly Ambassadors have a question for old in.
their local community. “Our Age-Friendly Ambassadors have
The team of eight ambassadors have been come together with diverse experiences
appointed to work together in the delivery and connections to their communities,” he
of an age friendly project that has been said.
funded by Moorabool Shire Council until Following the community consultation, a
October 2018. number of local ‘age-ility’ projects will be
The newly appointed group will meet developed in Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and
with community groups, organisations Bungaree.
and individuals within the community The survey will be accessible from April
in the coming weeks to ask the question, 20 until the end of May, 2018.
“What does an age friendly Moorabool Paper copies and postcards will be
mean to you?”. available at the Lerderderg Library, Ballan
A survey will also be provided to older Library, through the Rural Library Service,
residents in the community. and via customer service at the Darley and
Moorabool Shire Council General Ballan Council Offices.
Manager, Social and Organisational To complete the survey online, visit www. Six of the eight Age Friendly Ambassadors include (L-R) Joan Addison, Judy Wainwright,
Development, Danny Colgan said the moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations. Marion Ingram, Carolyn Seager, Carol McGrath and Sharon Boyd. Photo - MSC

Stopping Bacchus Marsh College
crime a key Open Night Invitation
Wednesday 2nd May
resource
By Jessica Howard

Local communities can continue to feel safe following a $2.8
million funding announcement for Crime Stoppers Victoria.
The announcement was part of the Victorian Government’s
Community Safety Statement, which will see the much-
needed funding delivered to Crime Stoppers Victoria over
the next four years.
Chief Executive, Erika Owens welcomed the funding
announcement.
“CSV plays a unique role in our community, as the only not-
for-profit crime intelligence and crime prevention service in
Victoria,” she said.
“As a charity we rely on the support of our generous
corporate partners and donors to support our mission: to
make Victoria a safer place for us all to work and live. We see
this funding as a wonderful endorsement by the Victorian
Government of all of the fantastic results we achieve every
year.”
In the first 30-years, 931,301 calls, contacts and online
reports were made to Crime Stoppers from the community,
resulting in 21,340 arrests and 85,051 charges laid across the
state during that time. MEET our students and teachers.
“It’s estimated that more than 50 percent of Victoria Police’s
overall intelligence holdings now come through the Crime
Stoppers unit,” Ms Owens said.
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In the last financial year alone, our work achieved 5,470
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breaking results. Furthermore, community intelligence also
resulted in the recovery of $11,507,510.00 worth of drugs,
$2,211,157.00 worth of property and $3,394,384 of cash Drama Hall, Grant Street
throughout the year”.
Chair of the Board of Directors, Mark Burke said the funding Bacchus Marsh
boost will ensure Crime Stoppers Victoria can continue to
serve the community and keep them safe.
“We’re extremely grateful to the Minister for Police, Lisa
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great work of Crime Stoppers through this generous funding Information Session: 7.00pm
boost,” he said.
“The monies will ensure Crime Stoppers Victoria can (Followed by question and answer session)
continue in its efforts to help solve crime and secure justice
for victims for many more years to come.” For any enquiries regarding enrolments please contact 5367 2955 or
To make a confidential crime report to Crime Stoppers call
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WHAT’S ON
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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
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Catholic Parish of Gordon
For class and enrolment information and costs; venue hire each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Mass Times - Saturday 28 April – Springbank, 6.30 pm 
and costs please call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Ballan Anglers Inc
Sunday 29 April – Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 0400 003 936. Service Times - St John’s Ballan - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s)
MEETINGS Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Services 11.15am every Sunday.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics B3 Community
Moorabool Environment Group - Next Meeting – Thursday Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
26 April, 7pm. Commercial Hotel, Ballan. All welcome – Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
enquiries 0409 131 021. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Cl Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh.
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
The Pottery Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg MARKETS Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Ballan Lions Club Market Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Next market – Saturday 5 May 2018 Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Church of the Living God
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Darley Market
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Saturday 5 May, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Ballan Playgroup Ballan Farmers Market Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Next Market – Saturday 12 May, 9am-1pm. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
905 558 Tamsin.  Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
FP - Family & Friends Support Group The Ballan Hospital Auxiliary would like to invite you to their Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Do you have a family member or a mate Mother’s Day High Tea Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
who suffers from Alcohol or drug abuse?
Do you struggle to support them at times?
FRIDAY 11TH MAY 2018 Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Or don’t understand why they just don’t stop! Ballan Mechanics’ Institute Hall, Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Do you feel lost, overwhelmed, embarrassed, 143 Inglis Street, Ballan KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
guilty or angry about what is happening? Entertainment: 1.30pm, Further details – 0429 681 566.
We offer a safe place to come along and learn BUSINESS EXCELLENCE
High tea: 2.30pm AWARDS 2017Bacchus Marsh Life Church
ways to deal with these unwelcome challenges. Cost: $15
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Realise this is not only happening to you. Support INITIATIVE
Bookings are essential - TRAINING PROGRAM Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
others going through the same challenges. MARCH
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This fantastic period home in a quiet street within walking Referees are important in a
three per cent regarded as tight market and should be
distance to the Main Street is highly recommended for your
inspection. Many of the period features including tuck healthy. spoken to before submitting
pointed brickwork, Baltic pine flooring and fireplaces with Many first-time homebuy- the form.
mantle pieces have been retained to show off the best of the ers, buoyed by the Victo- Pets: owners of pets are
era. The home consists of 3 bedrooms, all with fireplaces, rian Government incentives
a study, lounge room, kitchen and meals area, separate more likely to find a new
implemented in July last home if a former landlord
bathroom, powder room and laundry, and is serviced by
ducted heating throughout and split system cooling in the year, are competing with will vouch for the animal,
living room. Externally you have a bungalow complete investors for properties that reassuring prospective new
with shower and toilet facilities, the outdoor entertaining might otherwise be available landlords that there won’t be
area, and a single garage with roller door. There is plenty of for rent. a greater risk of damage. Pet
room in the landscaped backyard for the kids to play or to With a lack of available
establish your own vegetable patch. Suited to those looking owners should divulge the
for central living midway between the Shopping Village stock, agents are receiving breed, as landlords might
and the Railway Station and Maddingley Park. 10% Deposit multiple applications for the look more favourably on a
Balance 45 Days. properties they advertise. Chihuahua than an Irish
Auction - Sat 28th April at 11:00am Those seeking rental accom- Wolf Hound.
modation should present Open Inspection: register
themselves in the best possi- and attend the open in-
ble light by being organised. spection. It’s not a fashion
Here are a few steps: parade, and those inspect-
Property size: the agent ing properties don’t need to
will be looking to place win the best-dressed award.
tenant/s that are suitable for However, those who present
the property, i.e., to match as other than clean or neat
individuals and couples to might find more difficulty in
smaller properties and larg- securing the property they
er families to more spacious seek. If upon inspection,
abodes. Prospective tenants the property seems right,
should prepare their short seekers should let the agent
list with this in mind. know an application has al-
Application Form: incom- ready been made online.
www.arbeerealestate.com.au plete or incorrect forms will Following these steps will
likely mean that the applica- not guarantee securing a
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333 tion does not even reach the tenancy, but, will increase
Arbee Real Estate landlord for consideration. chances of being chosen.
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This perfectly positioned three bedroom, two bathroom, dining with stainless steel appliances and island bench. Private Sale $419,000 - $439,000
single level quality built home which is approximately 8 Additional features include, gas heating, split system Inspect Saturday 28th April 10:00am-10:30am
years young is an inspection you would not want to miss. cooling, remote double garage, internal and side access. Photo ID required
This fantastic family home provides lounge, master with The outdoor entertainment area is perfect for family get Contact Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621
walk in robe and ensuite, all remaining bedrooms with to together, all sitting on an (approx.) block size of 564m2. Alannah Shea 0412 856 347
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Maddingley 44 Stonehill Drive 4 2 2
Beautiful Design on 512m2 (Approx)
This exciting piece of modern day real estate, positioned seen to be believed. This wonderful home comprises Private Sale $499,000 - $539,000
in the highly sought-after seclusion of the desired of 4 bedrooms all with built in robes with the master Inspect Saturday 28th April 3:00pm-3:30pm
Stonehill District, boasting one of the estate’s best bedroom equipped with full Walk in Robe, also includes 2 Photo ID required
positioned larger blocks at 512m2 (approx.) this home bathrooms, open modern kitchen and family/meals area, Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
includes finishes of the highest quality and offers the with formal front lounge, double garage plus side access! Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
Thinking
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Coimadai 2/195 Camerons Road Land 33.29 Acres Coimadai 110 McMullins Lane 3 2 2

33 Acres of Uninterrupted Views Private Sale “Wombat Creek” Private Sale
Privacy, peace, tranquillity, fresh air, Beautiful Wombat Creek is located in
Price $750,000 - $800,000 Price $1,175,000-$1,275,000
nature and lifestyle living. Rural setting the picture perfect valley of Coimadai
on approx. 33 acres mixed between Inspect By appointment providing extraordinary 73 acres of Inspect By appointment
light bush and plenty of cleared area lifestyle, surprisingly less than 12 kms
Office 2/137 Main Street, Office 2/137 Main Street,
to build the family’s dream home. 360 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 from the centre of vibrant Bacchus Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
degree views including Wombat State Marsh. Character styled and relaxed
Forest and The You Yangs. Fully fenced Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 the home captures an abundance of Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
with driving access and power. Zoned Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 charm and displays incredible views Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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situated on approximately 810m2 of Situated in the prestigious Manning
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 63 Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 9 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 3 1 1

Great Family Home In Ideal Location “Pilmer” - Period Beauty, Location Central!!
Excellent family home in popular location within walking distance to Fantastic period home in quiet street within walking distance of Main
the Railway Station, Secondary Schools, Maddingley Park & short drive Street. 3 bedrooms, all with fireplaces, a study, lounge room, kitchen &
to Main Street. 4 bedrooms, master with ens & WIR. 3 living areas with meals area, separate bathroom, powder room & laundry. Ducted
a formal lounge, separate kitchen & dining & excellent family room. heating & split system. Bungalow complete with shower & toilet.
Ducted Heating & cooling installed throughout. Large covered decked Outdoor entertaining area & a single garage with roller door.
pergola, double garage with roller door on the back.
INSPECT Saturday 28 April 1.30pm-2.00pm INSPECT Saturday 28th April from 10.30am
FOR SALE $520,000 - $550,000 AUCTION Auction Saturday 28th April at 11.00am

NEW LISTING CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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AUCTION 17/17 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 2 4

Central & Private 5.5 Acres Close To Town
Situated midway between Main Street and Maddingley Park is this Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
fantastic 3 bedroom unit. Extensively updated with attractive kitchen/ shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
dining with gas cook top and wall oven, a lounge with gas heating, all spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
good sized bedrooms, separate toilet, separate laundry and ducted
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
evaporative cooling. Neat grassed garden area and paved courtyard
with 2 garden sheds, single carport with remote control. Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.
INSPECT Saturday 28 April from 12.30pm-1.00pm INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 5th May at 11.00am FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 Another local has
Spacious Family Residence
Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard
joined the Sales team
space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with
internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the
backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block.
at Arbee Real Estate
INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
Saturday 28 April 1.00 pm to 1.30pm
$550,000-$570,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
Professionals.
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh Living locally &
4 2 1 having previously
worked & completed school in
Privacy At Its Best
Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this
beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Bacchus Marsh, Liam knows all
& 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the
designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated
setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
By appointment
$680,000-$720,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
about this town, the people & the
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FOR SALE 9 Ladds Court, Bacchus Marsh dynamics. Bringing his customer
4 2 2 service skills, enthusiasm &
drive, Liam is keen to build a
Great Family Home, Great Location
Set in a quiet slightly elevated court is this neat as a pin split level family
home. Consisting of 2 living areas, 4 bedrooms plus study, the master

SOLD long-term career in an industry
has an ens & WIR, BIRs to other bedrooms. Ducted gas heating &
cooling & wood heater. Double garage with secure direct access to
home. Extensive paving & landscaped gardens.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
By appointment
$510,000-$540,000
Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
that he is passionate about.
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297

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140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Avoid people who make so many demands because you
are unable to tend to priorities. Though this is not the
week for speculating, recent financial manoeuvres may

Stars & Puzzles
start paying off.
LEO—July 23-August 22
Requests for your time is strong this week. This is also
the time to nudge a shy friend out of his/ her shell. The
romantic situation requires unusual delicacy.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Behind-the-scenes negotiations are favourable to your
QUICK PUZZLE financial standing. In romance, your partner is ready to
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
put all cards on the table. Your writing skills could be
put to profitable use.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22

★★★★★★★★ Your romantic judgement is not as clear as you think.
Make no rash decisions and give yourself breathing space.
Rapport with an older person deepens. You make him/
her feel young again.
ARIES—March 21-April 20
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
For hobbyists and antique sleuths, a great week for
making connections and acquisitions. Your intuition is Don’t take the blame for anyone. Being the martyr can
strong. so in romance, follow your heart and follow your have detrimental effects later on. Love matters include a
dreams. big question mark. Don’t try to fool yourself about the
status of a relationship.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Keeping informed of goings on in your career and com-
munity environments prove of immense benefit. A finan- Variety is the spice of this week. In romance and career,
cial setback is short lived and may actually prove a experiment with new tactics. Modernizing home sur-
blessing in disguise. roundings also is accented as is updating of records and
collections.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
A new interest may be pursued for fun and/ or for profit.
A mechanical mishap may be costly - take preventative Avoid the tendency to overcompensate, overindulge and
measures. An unexpected acquaintance takes you as his/ overspend. Moderation is the current byword. Friendship
her confidante. ties strengthen and an important relationship may be
launched over the weekend.
NO. 9042 CANCER—June 22-July 22
Avoid people who make so many demands because you AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN
are unable to tend to priorities. Though this is not the You can now get away with that new look you have been
6. False (11) 1. Throaty (8) week for speculating, recent financial manoeuvres may
7. Dirt (4) 2. Dense (6) resisiting for quite a while. Your financial judgement may
start paying off. be cloudy after the weekend.
8. Organ (8) 3. Soak (6)
9. Ruddy (6) 4. Alcoholic drink (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Bray (6) 5. Vein (6) Requests for your time is strong this week. This is also This is the week to sign an armistice with a friendly rival.
12. Dance (6) 6. Animal (5) the time to nudge a shy friend out of his/ her shell. The Home surroundings can be tastefully, inexpensively im-
15. Staid (6) 11. Imperil (8) romantic situation requires unusual delicacy. proved. Work relationships improve this week.
17. Timetable (8) 13. Charge (6)
19. Carol (4) 14. Instructed (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
20. Small pieces (11) 15. Wine (6) Behind-the-scenes negotiations are favourable to your You are a creative, passionate and driven person and you
16. Lock (5) financial standing. In romance, your partner is ready to make it difficult for others to really know the gentler side
18. Way out (4) put all cards on the table. Your writing skills could be of your nature. A series of domestic decisions is
put to profitable use. spotlighted during the next six months.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS
6. Feel animosity for, but carry, the ailing William (4,3- Your romantic judgement is not as clear as you think.

SUDOKU
4). 7. Is it a bore for the pantomime dame to wear (4). 8. Make no rash decisions and give yourself breathing space.
Rapport with an older person deepens. You make him/
Arranged, when in the mood to (8). 9. Notice you take her feel young again.
another look at (6). 10. No plaudit for the gardener! (6).
12. Threaten the racal, to stop it (6). 15. Hand-outs for SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
the old general’s family (6). 17. Break in later, as ar-
ranged, round about five (8). 19. Duck by an English NUMBER GAME
Don’t take the blame for anyone. Being the martyr can
have detrimental effects later on. Love matters include a
river (4). 20. Everywhere in which people are accom- big question mark. Don’t try to fool yourself about the
modated (3,8). status ofANSWER
a relationship.BELOW
DOWN
1. Gory but optimistic (8). 2. May be blinded if the light’s SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
too strong (6). 3. More stuffy with shutter (6). 4. A dog, is
Variety is the spice of this week. In romance and career,
trained, will perform (4). 5. Claim a quarter after the le- experiment with new tactics. Modernizing home sur-
gal distribution (6). 6. Going east to catch up with the roundings also is accented as is updating of records and
vessel (5). 11. Shouts to the woman through the chinks collections.
(8). 13. In the book, the bad girl gets swallowed up by it
(6). 14. Eat, looking grim, round about a quarter to five CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(6). 15. For the gaoler, breaks aplenty (6). 16. Lets one Avoid the tendency to overcompensate, overindulge and
know one counts (5). 18. Called back, to find her in (4). overspend. Moderation is the current byword. Friendship
ties strengthen and an important relationship may be
launched over the weekend.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9041
(rev.). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
You can now get away with that new look you have been
14, D-E-V-our. 15, Galore (anag.). 16, Tells. 18, (d)Ella(c)
QUICK SOLUTIONS
resisiting for quite a while. Your financial judgement may
Alleg-E. 6, Barg-E (rev.). 11, Cr-Ann-ies. 13, M-anU-al.
Across - 6, Six-shooter. 8, Aunt. 9, Opal. 10, Trent. 11,
Down - 1, Sanguine. 2, Window. 3, Closer. 4, Fi-do. 5,
be cloudy after the weekend.
Envy. 12, Prostrate. 16, Astrakhan. 20, Fret. 22, Ruled.
al. 19, Nil-E. 20, All quarters.
23, Late. 24, Plea. 25, Immaculate.
view. 10, Rocket. 12, Imp-end. 15, Grants. 17, Inter-V- PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Kipper. 2, Useless. 3, Rotter. 4, Street. 5,
Across - 6, Bear ill-Will. 7, Drag. 8, Disposed. 9, Re- This is the week to sign an armistice with a friendly rival.
Crate. 7, Knave. 13, Ant. 14, Ukulele. 15, Drill. 17, Sol-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Home surroundings can be tastefully, inexpensively im-
emn. 18, Reduce. 19, Astute. 21, Trait. proved. Work relationships improve this week.
15, Sherry. 16, Tress. 18, Exit.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Strata. 6, Camel. 11, Endanger. 13, Accuse. 14, Taught. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Across - 6, Spirit lamp. 8, Ale-C. 9, Rued (anag.). 10,
Down - 1, Guttural. 2, Stupid. 3, Drench. 4, Beer. 5, You are a creative, passionate and driven person and you
Later. 11, See-p. 12, T-each-able. 16, Overt-urns. 20, make it difficult for others to really know the gentler side
of your nature. A series of domestic decisions is
Noel. 20, Smithereens.
Snap. 22, As-set. 23, Mate. 24, Elan. 25, Small part.
10, Heehaw. 12, Ballet. 15, Sedate. 17, Schedule. 19,
spotlighted during the next six months.
Down - 1, Spruce. 2, Pro-duce. 3, S-tell-a. 4, Pa’s-tel. 5,
Across - 6, Counterfeit. 7, Smut. 8, Pancreas. 9, Florid.
S-par-S. 7, S-even. 13, Bee (A). 14, Sum-mary. 15, An-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
gle (anag.). 17, Va-ssal. 18, Rattle. 19, Not-in-(ni)g(ht).
21, Pans-y.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9042
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Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Round 1 v Bacchus Marsh

FOOTBALL
U/10 Seniors
Darley 0-3-3 lost Bacchus Marsh 7-1-43
Awards – Kai Watkins, Roland DeCourcy,
Declan Johansen, Axel Morton, Fletcher U13 Girls Football
Oughtred, Jet Darcy. Darley 2-2-14 lost Bacchus Marsh 4-5-29
U/10 Reserves Goals – Tahlia Tschujasehenko 1, Maddie
Darley 3-8-26 lost Bacchus Marsh 4-4-28 Scott
Goals – Joseph Ford 1, Jordan Davidson, Awards – Memphis Menz, Ruby Thomas,
Oliver Cape Maddison Vella, Maddie Scott.
Awards – Will Baselmans, Linc Giles, Olly
Cape, Joseph Ford, Trent Younger. NETBALL
U/10 Development U/11 Seniors
Darley v Bacchus Marsh Darley 14 def Bacchus Marsh 2
Awards – A. Goel, L. Ribbons, J. Coy, R. Goals – Mia Hayes 9, Alanah Tango 3,
Burgess, J. Murdoch. Jasmine Matthews 2
U/12 Seniors Awards – Phoebe Vaughn, Jasmine
Matthews.

Junior Devils retain
Darley 3-7-25 lost Bacchus Marsh 6-2-38
Goals – Max Hoey 2, Jayven Tanner 1 U/11 Reserves
Awards – Jayven Tanner, Lonnie Ford, Darley 14 def Bacchus Marsh 0
Max Hoey, Zeb Vincent, Ned Loft, Deacon Goals – Imogen Iredale 7, Abbey Vallance 5,

Thacker/Closter Cup
Fawcett.
Eve Blunt 1, Ryley Benbow
U/12 Reserves Awards – Imogen Iredale, Ryley Benbow.
Darley 4-11-35 def Bacchus Marsh 1-0-6
U/13 Seniors
Goals – Ayden Champness 1, Harrison Local football and netball
Benbow, Bayliss Mifsud, Ethan Matthews Darley 32 def Bacchus Marsh 11
competitions took to the
Awards – Lachlan Bartolo, Ayden Goals – Bridie Shanahan 12, Jessica Hodge
field and the court, as Round
Champness, Memphis Watts, Charlie 10, Ava Densley 10 1 of the Junior Ballarat Foot-
Oughtred, Lucas Closter. Awards – Jessica Hodge, Milly Vallance, ball season began.
Addison Wright, Macey O’Hehir. The Bacchus Marsh and
U/14 Seniors
Darley 2-11-23 lost Bacchus Marsh 5-8-38 U/13 Reserves Darley juniors battled it
Goals – Aaron Cadman 1, Brady Wright. Darley 22 def Bacchus Marsh 3 out for the Thacker/Closter
U/14 Reserves Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 14, Ella Closter Cup at Darley on Sunday 22
7, Ayla Scicchitano 1 April.
Darley 7-1-43 def Bacchus Marsh 5-5-35
Goals – Charles Tucker 2, Aidyn Bartolo, Awards – Ruby Gellie, Jordon Mace, Sienna Darley were the current
Kade Champness 1, Cohan Edwards, Jacob Duggan, Ella Closter. holders and the Cobras were
Bankowski. keen to get their hands on
U/15 Seniors the silverware.
U/16.5 Seniors Darley 34 def Bacchus Marsh 20
The overall winner is de-
Darley 6-4-40 lost Bacchus Marsh 8-13-61 Goals – Britney Ellis 14, Eliza Tango 8, Ella cided by all junior games
Goals – Regan King 2, Ty Closter 1, Blake Percy 8, Takeya Tanner 4. played, football and netball,
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U/15 Reserves
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Darley 23 def Bacchus Marsh 22 It came down to the wire
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U/16.5 Reserves Thomas 4. Under 17A netball. Darley
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Darley 4-10-34 def Bacchus Marsh 1-1-7 Darley clocked up 16 points
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Kaylee Banner 8. chus Marsh 14.
Brylee Stephens
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Jone, Maddison Anthony. Goals – Ebony Pigott 11, Keeley Growcott 5. at Maddingley Park. Parente). Photo - submitted

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A very warm welcome back to our Cobras families. We also
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A very warm welcome back to our Cobras families. We also welcome returning junior sponsors and 2
were lucky enough to have a special guest, in Cameron Ling.
new sponsors in ARCH Electrical and Solahart. At our season launch, we were lucky enough to have a
He chatted to some very excited fans about his childhood
special guest, in Cameron Ling. He chatted to some very excited fans about his childhood memories
memories of playing with his local club and reminded the
of playing with his local club and reminded to kids to really enjoy their footy and not get too caught
kids to really enjoy their footy and not get too caught up in
up in winning. The footy and netball players were all presented with their jumpers for the season
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Ballarat Football League Cobras v Devils Netball
Photos Tim Saultry
Results – Round 1

Seniors
Melton 15.8 (98) def Melton South 10.12 (72)
Sunbury 23.11 (149) def Redan 3.13 (31)
AFL Goldfields Women’s Darley 11.12 (78) def Bacchus Marsh 11.11 (77)
Football League North Ballarat City 16.14 (110) def Sebastopol 5.13 (43)
East Point 18.10 (118) def Ballarat 3.9 (27)
AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition
Results – Round 1 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 22.16 (148) def Darley 2.1 (13) Melton 11.13 (79) def Melton South 11.7 (73)
Gisborne 14.11 (95) def Ballarat 0.0 (0) Redan 9.16 (70) def Sunbury 4.9 (33)
East Point 10.15 (75) def Carisbrook 3.1 (19) Bacchus Marsh 9.13 (67) def Darley 5.6 (36)
Melton Centrals 9.11 (65) def Lake Wendouree 5.3 (33) East Point 14.15 (99) def Ballarat 8.3 (51)
Sebastopol 10.12 (72) def North Ballarat City 9.7 (61)
BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Redan 4.10 (34) def Ballarat Swans 1.3 (9) Under 18.5
North Ballarat City 5.2 (32) def Lake Wendouree 2.6 (18) Melton 11.12 (78) def Melton South 1.1 (7)
Creswick 5.7 (37) def Ararat Storm 1.1 (7) Sunbury 9.7 (61) def Redan 9.5 (59)
Darley 14.18 (102) def Bacchus Marsh 3.5 (23)
RDFNL U18 Youth Girls East Point 15.6 (96) def Ballarat 11.5 (71)
Sunbury Kangaroos 3.10 (28) def Gisborne Blue 0.2 (2)
Darley Devils 4.10 (34) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 1.1 (7)
Melton Centrals 4.3 (27) def Gisborne White 2.4 (16)
BFL Ladder
Seniors
Team % PTS
U15 Youth Girls 1 Sunbury................................................................480.65 4
2 East Point.............................................................437.04 4
Redan 16.13 (109) def Sunbury Kangaroos 0.0 (0)
3 North Ballarat City...............................................255.81 4
Lake Wendouree 12.13 (85) def Melton Centrals 2.0 (12) 4 Melton.................................................................. 136.11 4
East Point Dragons 16.20 (116) def Melton JFNC 0.0, 0.0 (0) 5 Darley...................................................................101.30 4
6 Lake Wendouree...................................................0.00 4
BFNL U13 Junior Girls 7 Bacchus Marsh.....................................................98.72 0
Redan 7.7 (49) def Ballarat Swans 2.1 (13) 8 Melton South.........................................................73.47 0
9 Sebastopol............................................................39.09 0
East Point Dragons 6.5 (41) def Carisbrook 2.3 (15)
10 Ballarat.................................................................22.88 0
North Ballarat 6.8 (44) def Lakers 0.0 (0) 11 Redan...................................................................20.81 0

RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 4.5 (29) def Darley Devils 2.2 (14) Cobras v Devils Women’s Football
Gisborne White 12.7 (79) def Melton Centrals 0.0 (0) Photos Tim Saultry

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
Cross Country
The Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Cross Country season
commences this Saturday, 10.30am at Masons Lane Reserve,
Bacchus Marsh. 
Athletes who competed in the Track & Field season are
eligible to compete in the Cross Country season at no further
cost.  New members are welcome to register for Cross
Country at a cost of $85.  Proof of Age must be provided.   
Distances and events are as follows:
Under 6 500 metres
Under 7 & 8 1000 metres
Under 9 & 10 1500 Metres
Under 11 & 12 2000 metres
Under 13-16 3000 metres
Athletes are encouraged to arrive early to warm up and
familiarises themselves with the course.

Ballan Golf Club
Results - Week ending Saturday 21 April
Winner Frank White (26) 38 points,
R/up Bob Arklay (7) 36 points. 
Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay. 
Saturday Stroke - 2nd Round Club Championships. 
A Grade - Winner Frank Raffaele 69-10-59,
R/up Peter Di Fiore 72-9-63
on c/b from Hugh Miller 75-12-63.
B Grade - Winner on the day 76-18-58,
R/up Jimmy Walsh 79-19-60.
C Grade - Winner Vic Buttigieg 84-23-61,
R/up Rob Brown 83-21-62.
NTPs - 12th Anthony Moore, 15th Peter Di Fiore.
Magpies - 13th Jimmy Walsh, 14th Frank Raffaele.
Balls 7, Cut-off 62: Ian Bragge, Jimmy Walsh, Vic Buttigieg,
Pat Clifford, Rod Caithness, Frank Raffaele, Rob Brown.
Sport
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Devils never say die Cobras v Devils Football
Photos Tim Saultry

against Cobras
By Todd Whelan 2. Sleepy Cobras Lament- on the end of some tough
ing ‘One That Got Away’ calls, paid and unpaid. It
Reigning premiers Darley Bacchus Marsh had two wasn’t Umpire Tanetti’s best
fought back from a 30-point goalless quarters. You can’t day with the whistle.
deficit late in the third term expect to beat quality op- It was a huge win for Darley
to overrun their cross-town position without impacting coach Heath Scotland.
rivals Bacchus Marsh, by a the scoreboard. The Cobras, “A monumental win for the
solitary point in one of the although brave, coughed club, one of the best I’ve been
true classics at Maddingley up five goals in time on involved in.’’ he said.
Park last Saturday. throughout the day, break
“With no bench to make up
Darley coach Heath Scot- your heart kind of stuff. The
land could not have been the ground ...unbelievable.’’
Devils kicked three goals
prouder of his boys. in junk time second term His side showed a belief
“It was a super win wasn’t to arrest the lead back on and a will to win that is
it? The boys showed some half-time and two more in reserved for the rare few.
kind of ticker; it was a great the third, letting a 30-point Despite an interrupted pre-
win for the club.” advantage slip to 18 and the season for most of his senior
The weather Gods were door slightly ajar at the final chargers the reigning pre-
kind, a perfect day set the change. The rest is history. miers prevailed. While their
scene for what was to follow. talent pool has never been
3. They Say Cream Rises
A huge crowd that would questioned it was their men-
To The Top
rival any final attended, the tal application, their trust
There could not have been
loyal voice from both clubs’ in one another that shone
a finer example on Saturday
supporters could be heard through the most.
when Darley ball-magnet
screaming from the bleach- Brian Graham got off the The Marsh have the bye
ers, riding every kick, mark leash. He was everywhere. this week before they front
and goal. Kicking in from full-back, North Ballarat a week later
Unfortunately for Cobra negotiating his way through in Round 3. Despite the an-
fans their boys fell agonis- the Cobras zone needed skill guish of the Round 1 loss,
ingly short. Bacchus Marsh and precision. His ability by I’m sure the boys will be up
coach Travis Hodgson con- hand and foot through traf- and about for club favorite
ceded they’ve got some work fic was a highlight. Coach Tyson Shea’s milestone 200th
to do. Heath Scotland rested Gra- game.
“I was disappointed, we ham up forward, another Darley will bank the four
were able to kick six un- match-up headache for the points from the opening
answered goals and still Cobras. While most play- round and head home for a
couldn’t hang on. We let Dar- ers were out on their feet Round 2 stoush with Mel-
ley slow the game up and get Graham’s silky skills and ton who were convincing in
it back on their terms, those effectiveness were telling. their 26-point win over Mel-
uncontested possesions (-10) Graham too had multiple ton South.
late in the third term, killed inside 50 entries. His im-
Saturday will be a meet-
us. “ pact earned him the coveted
ing of the two local derby
Darley’s win was soured Light/Wheelahan Medal
winners and Apple 98.5FM
by the likely season ending honours as the best player
match of the day.
knee injury to important on the ground.
mid-fielder Dan Roy (ACL BACCHUS MARSH - 0.3-3
4. Loss Not All Bad For
tear). 5.5-35 11.9-75 11.11-77
Cobras
DARLEY - 2.6-18 6.8-44
FIVE POINTS OF Only a point separated the
8.9-57 11.12-78
INTEREST two teams. Even if the result
was reversed the review Bacchus Marsh (BEST) - A.
1. The Game Changer
would remain pretty much Willits, S. Sherlock, D. Bur-
The Cobras were on a roll.
the same. New recruits Aar- ton, J. Owen, L. Mullen, N.
Five centre clearances to one,
on Willits and Jake Owen are Stuhldrier
five unanswered goals and a
30-point lead at the 20 min- the real deal. It wouldn’t be a (GOALS) - A. Willits 3,
ute mark of the third term surprise if they both kicked B. Speight 2, B. Griffiths,
when Darley utility Matthew 60+ goals this season. Willits D. Bishop, J. Owen, R.
AFL Goldfields Under 18s
(3 goals) dominated the sec- Stuhldrier

Young footballers
Young cleaned- up prized
mid-fielder Jacob Chisari ond term and almost single Darley (BEST) -S. Page,
with an old fashioned shirt- handily kicked the Cobras B. Graham, D. Reid, J.
to an unlikely half time lead. Zeestrsaten, L. Spiteri, D.
front. The incident sent
His run and marking ability

tackle the red centre
Chisari (concussion) from Leonard.
will trouble most teams this
the ground after an influen- (GOALS) - A. Kurr 2, H. In-
year. Jake Owen is a compet-
tial start to the term. While glis 2, R. Ellis 2, M. Young, L.
itive beast who’ll be better
Young was yellow-carded Spiteri, D. Reid, D. Robson, B.
for the outing. His contested
and later offered two-weeks Graham. By Jessica Howard a five-goal final term to win 13.12 (90) to 7.7
marking, forward ruck work
for the alleged indiscretion, Reports (49).
spells danger for the wider Some of Moorabool’s budding young
it stalled the Cobras momen- Darley’s Thomas Presnell and Rylan Porter
competition. He won’t be DARLEY – M. Young (high
tum. The game was put on footballers have taken part in AFL Goldfield’s from Bacchus Marsh each kicked two goals,
getting a Jake Edwards type contact on J. Chisari) victory over Central Australia Football
hold momentarily to calm while Mitchell Ward from Darley kicked one.
every week! Injuries League. The team went on to play its second and final
the breakout melee while
trainers attended to Chisari. 5. Devils Full Of ‘Ticker’ BACCHUS MARSH – J. The Under-18 team produced a stunning game on Wednesday, April 11, however due
Chisari (concussion), M. four-quarter performance to record a to a serious injury, the game was abandoned.
In hindsight Darley were the The Devils were out of fa-
Chisari (bad cramp) 41-point win at Traeger Park in Alice Springs Goldfields were leading at the time five
beneficiaries. Chisari took vour on the umpiring front
on Monday, April 10. goals to two.
no further part and Bacchus withstanding a 24-42 free DARLEY - D. Roy (Knee), S.
The squad, coached by Gary Learmonth Local footballers included Thomas Presnell,
Marsh did not kick another kick discrepancy in favour of Kennedy (Glute strain), M.
(former Darley and Gordon coach), led at Mitchell Ward and Connor Ascough (Darley)
goal for the game. the Cobras. Both teams were Young (shoulder) every change, and capped off its effort with and Rylan Porter (Bacchus Marsh).
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Sport
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Central Highlands Football League
Results - Round 2 Results – Round 3
Under 13s Div 1 Open: Bacchus Marsh (1) drew Ballarat Red (1). Goal - Mackai Larocca (1). Seniors
Under 13s Div 2 Open: Bacchus Marsh Yellow (2) def Ballarat White (0). Goals - Aaron Buninyong 10.11 (71) def Dunnstown 2.4 (16)

CHFL
Ciangura ( 2 ). Beaufort 14.12 (96) def Gordon 7.5 (47)
Under 15s Div 1 Open: Bacchus Marsh Blue (3) drew Warrnambool Rangers (3). Goals - Jack Hepburn 12.22 (94) def Bungaree 12.11 (83)
Mutsaerts (2), Pelle Castelijn (1). Waubra 14.12 (96) def Daylesford 6.12 (48)

Ladder
Under 16 Girls: Bacchus Marsh (2) def Buninyong (0). Goals - Ava Farella (1), Diandra Rizzo Newlyn 13.11 (89) def R’wood/C’hap 5.11 (41)
(1). After facing a “baptism of fire” the previous week against last year’s champions Vic.Park, Learmonth 17.13 (115) def Skipton 3.6 (24)
the Bacchus Marsh Scorpions Under 16s Girls team bounced back and had a 2-0 victory over C’ham/Linton 15.14 (104) def Clunes 8.12 (60)
Buninyong at Masons Lane on Sunday. There are six  new girls in the team this year with Springbank 7.7 (49) def Ballan 6.4 (40)
most not playing competitive soccer before. Seniors
Senior Womens Div. 1: Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat North United (13). Goals - Chantalle Reserves Team % PTS
Curmi (1). C’ham/Linton 9.7 (61) def Clunes 7.11 (53) 1 Beaufort.................... 257.45 12
Senior Mens Div. 1: Bacchus Marsh (5) def Sebastopol Vikings (3). Goals - Leroy Almenara Ballan 10.8 (68) def Springbank 6.3 (39) 2 Creswick...................214.94 12
(1), Athuai Williams Mou (1), Angus Hocking (1), Alexis Joannidis (1), Daniel Pazsa (1) Buninyong 8.9 (57) def Dunnstown 8.2 (50) 3 Springbank................160.94 12
4 Hepburn....................125.26 12
Beaufort 18.18 (126) def Gordon 1.0 (6)
5 Buninyong...................182.84 8
Bungaree 14.8 (92) def Hepburn 11.6 (72)
6 Learmonth...................182.68 8
Waubra 14.15 (99) def Daylesford 5.3 (33) 7 Newlyn........................ 141.67 8
R’wood/C’hap 15.6 (96) def Newlyn 5.4 (34) 8 Waubra........................116.08 8
Learmonth 22.17 (149) def Skipton 4.2 (26) 9 Skipton.........................88.74 8
Creswick 10.5 (65) def Smythesdale 6.5 (41) 10 Bungaree...................103.54 4
11 Gordon........................84.33 4
Under 18
12 C’ham/Linton...............72.38 4
Buninyong 18.12 (120) def Dunnstown 0.0 (0) 13 Dunnstown..................56.00 4
Beaufort 12.8 (80) def Gordon 5.5 (35) 14 R’wood/C’hap.............45.71 4
Hepburn 19.11 (125) def Bungaree 5.2 (32) 15 Ballan.......................... 61.51 0
Waubra 26.20 (176) def Daylesford 0.0 (0) 16 Clunes.........................44.77 0
Newlyn 20.10 (130) def R’wood/C’hap 4.7 (31) 17 Daylesford...................42.29 0
Learmonth 22.20 (152) def Skipton 1.3 (9)
C’ham/Linton 14.10 (94) def Clunes 2.2 (14) Reserves
Springbank 26.14 (170) def Ballan 1.1 (7) 1 Beaufort................... 1557.89 12
Creswick 21.16 (142) def Smythesdale 2.1 (13) 2 Learmonth.................372.60 12
3 Buninyong.................325.32 12
Under 15 4 Creswick...................230.86 12
Buninyong 13.2 (80) def Dunnstown 2.2 (14) 5 Waubra........................149.55 8
Gordon 12.8 (80) def Beaufort 4.4 (28) 6 Hepburn.......................117.47 8
Bungaree 20.19 (139) def Hepburn 2.4 (16) 7 Bungaree....................104.48 8
Daylesford 9.5 (59) def Waubra 2.0 (12) 8 Smythesdale................88.72 8
9 C’ham/Linton................72.96 8
R’wood/C’hap 12.12 (84) def Newlyn 2.1 (13)
10 Ballan.......................... 71.67 8
Skipton 25.17 (167) def Learmonth 1.0 (6)
11 R’wood/C’hap............123.62 4
C’ham/Linton 13.8 (86) def Clunes 1.2 (8) 12 Dunnstown..................93.53 4
Springbank 26.18 (174) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 13 Skipton........................74.04 4
Smythesdale 8.9 (57) def Creswick 6.8 (44) 14 Clunes.........................50.94 0
15 Newlyn........................48.04 0
Central Highlands Netball League 16 Gordon........................ 40.19 0
Central Highlands Netball League 17 Springbank..................38.97 0
Results – Round 3
Results – Round 3 18 Daylesford...................18.92 0
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
Springbank 23 22 27 23 36 41 Under 18
Ballan 9 19 22 19 21 36 1 Hepburn.................... 785.71 12
Hepburn 19 17 24 53 44 40 2 Learmonth.................590.00 12
Bungaree 15 37 30 33 49 51
3 Springbank................ 418.75 12
Dunnstown 6 10 10 21 47 60
Buninyong 52 33 30 20 31 68 4 Beaufort....................294.29 12
Carngham 43 12 18 29 46 37 5 Buninyong...................279.79 8
Clunes 7 31 10 38 41 53 6 Creswick.....................272.53 8
Waubra 5 13 21 36 40 73 7 Gordon........................164.71 8
Daylesford 12 26 29 20 21 10 8 C’ham/Linton...............139.86 8
Beaufort 16 32 15 22 25 29 9 Newlyn........................122.89 8
Gordon 6 19 23 35 45 46
10 Skipton........................61.60 8
Creswick 21 25 48 46 52 66
Smythesdale 16 27 11 4 8 18 11 Waubra.......................150.00 4
Skipton 22 6 4 17 18 14 12 R’wood/C’hap..............51.10 4
Learmonth 15 36 48 55 50 79 13 Dunnstown..................23.23 4
Rokewood 6 - 11 19 12 39 14 Bungaree....................34.88 0
Newlyn 18 - 19 37 33 33 15 Clunes......................... 34.13 0
16 Smythesdale...............28.93 0
CHFL Goal Kickers 17 Daylesford....................6.44 0
18 Ballan...........................5.85 0
Seniors
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................. 13 Under 15
1 Gordon..................... 1272.41 12
Reserves 2 Skipton..................... 1245.16 12
3 Springbank............... 1165.52 12
Zane Thompson Beaufort....................................10
4 Daylesford.................220.83 12
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................... 8
5 Bungaree..................301.28 10
Rodney Watts Ballan......................................... 8 6 Creswick.....................244.76 8
7 R’wood/C’hap.............243.84 8
Under 18 8 Buninyong.................. 200.99 8
James Spicer Springbank............................. 25 9 Smythesdale................ 117.12 8
10 C’ham/Linton............... 87.01 4
Lucas Blazko Gordon....................................... 7
11 Newlyn........................72.73 4
12 Waubra........................48.68 4
Under 15 13 Learmonth...................42.69 4
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 29 14 Beaufort......................60.67 2
Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 12 15 Hepburn......................26.28 0
16 Dunnstown..................15.77 0
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon......................................11
17 Clunes..........................2.02 0
Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................... 8 18 Ballan...........................0.00 0
Sport/Motoring
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MOTORING MOORABOOL
MYRNIONG HISTORIC SPRINT
By John Orchard Pro Sports ‘41~’60 over 1600
Stephen Pike......................Austin Healey..............28.8
Well the 2018 Myrniong Historic Car Sprints were Pro Sports ‘61~’69 to 1600
run and won a couple of weeks ago. This year the John Hardy........................Alpine Renault............ 30.5
competitors and spectators were greeted with nice
Prod Sports ’61~’69 1600~2000
sunny conditions. There was a total of 82 competi-
Chris Freeman..................MGB...............................33.5
tors in this the 16th running of the event, with all
proceeds for the event going to the restoration fund Prod Sports ‘61~’69 Over 2000
for the Myrniong Hall. The fastest time for this Conner Ryan.....................Elgaram Jaguar............28.1
event was by a ‘Cobra Chev special’ driven by ex Prod Sports ‘70~’’75
Victorian motorcycle champion Mick Hone. John Geist...........................Datsun 240Z................. 27.4
Below are the winners from each class. Touring cars ‘41~’58
(Pics by Chris Carter) John Hartley......................MG Magnette.............. 38.5
Touring cars ’59~’64 to 1600
Austin 7 racing cars Car Best time Ian Grinter.........................Morris Cooper.............28.8
Phillip Hallo......................KII Austin 7, .........38.6 sec Touring cars ’59~’64 over 1600
Racing cars to 1930 Greg Menzies....................Jaguar............................31.0
Andrew Brown.................Ford T spl......................40.9 Touring cars ‘65~’69
Sports cars to 1930 Mark Blekic........................Ford Falcon...................29.9
Allan Tyrell........................Austin 7 Ulster s/c......48.9 Clubman push-rod to 1600
Racing cars ‘31~’40 Mark Terry.........................Alfin Clubman.............35.9
Jim Russell.........................Ford V8 spl................... 27.7 Clubman to 2000
Sports cars ‘31~’40 Colin Newitt......................Lowcost Clubman.......28.4
Ivan Stephens....................Jaguar SS.......................40.1 Sports cars repro to ‘75 to 2000
Class 6 Paul Flint............................MG Midget Datsun.....28.8
Bill Redpath.......................Oldsmobile spcl...........28.3 Sports cars repro to ‘75 2001~4501
Sports cars ‘41~’60 Shane Gezun.....................MGB V8.........................29.9
Graeme Wright.................Regah MG.....................30.7 Sports cars repro to ‘75 over 4501
Ladies Sports & Touring cars Mick Hone.........................Cobra Chev..................26.4
Andrea Ward.....................Ford Cortina.................32.7 - Johnny O
Prod Sports ‘41~’60 to 1600cc Provide feedback or questions to –
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BACCHUS
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½
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