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Tuesday 8 May, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 18

Good growth in grassroots sport

A variety of age groups in the growing Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club.

By Jessica Howard Club Secretary, Kersty Brown said to celebrate 10-years, Mason’s Lane Reserve is the home ground of the
the club, with the help of their major sponsors, have Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club, with teams taking to field
The Bacchus Marsh Scorpions are celebrating 10-years invested in new playing kits for the entire club. on most Sunday’s between April and September.
on the soccer field this year. “The dynamic new design was put together by the “With a strong committee leading the club, dedicated
The local club was established in 2008 and at the time committee and produced by SportFirst in Bacchus volunteers and an outstanding coaching line up, the
fielded just three teams in the Football Federation club continues to grow and produce some of the West’s
Marsh,” she said.
finest Soccer players,” Ms Brown said.
Victoria leagues. “Michelle at SportFirst made sure the design was
The Scorpions train on Wednesday and Friday nights
The following year, the number of registered teams exact, the fabric of high quality and the logos in the best at either Mason’s Lane Reserve or Darley Community
doubled. Today, over 150 players make up 14 teams, position for maximum exposure. Hub.
including the Miniroos small sided soccer teams, “With major sponsors Food Works Bacchus Marsh, New members are welcomed and encouraged. For
competitive juniors and seniors sides for both men and Bendigo Bank Bacchus Marsh and Maddingley Brown more information, visit http://bacchusmarshsoccer.
women. Coal the club was able to invest in the smart new look”.


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Tones from the pBones

By Doug Button pBones sounded together. Dylan Birthisel (Acting TM Ballan ambulance branch), Yova Reynolds (CFA Millbrook), Tom
Reynolds (CFA Millbrook) and Ian Ireland (Ballan Ambulance Auxiliary President) with the
“Since forming as a group the pBones have new life-saving defib machine at Millbrook CFA station. Photo - submitted
The music and fun of pBones, a quartet of played for the opening of a Freeway, Health

Life saving device

multi coloured trombones, is coming to Centre and Children’s Playground as well as
Bacchus Marsh. numerous other events,” Mr Wilkins said.
The quartet, from the trombone section of
With their $200 ‘bit of fun’ plastic pBones,
the Ballarat Symphony Orchestra, include
they will be joined by Russian soprano Elena
musicians Jeff Moran (blue pBone), Hugh
Polevaya for a jazz selection.

goes public
McKelvey (red), Mark Witham (black) and
Wade Carman (purple). As well as the pBones, Saturday’s
They will perform at the Moorabool Light performance will include 40 musicians of
Orchestra’s “Evening at the Proms’’ cabaret the Moorabool Light Orchestra, the Ballarat
concert this Saturday night in the Bacchus Choral Society and the featured guest, the
Marsh Public Hall. Ballarat-born baritone Roger Lemke. By Jessica Howard GoodSam smart phone app. providing a level of skilled
Conductor Barry Wilkins OAM said the Limited tickets are available with no door The GoodSAM app is part ambulance cover.
guys were amazed how good a bunch of sales on the night. Contact 5367 3567. Millbrook residents now of a broader Ambulance “Ballan has one ambulance
have public access to a life- Victoria strategy to improve during the day and one at
saving defibrillator. survival from out-of-hospi- night, meaning if it leaves
The new device is part tal cardiac arrest in commu- town to transport patients
of Ambulance Victoria’s nities across Victoria. to other hospitals, whether
Public Access Defibrilla- “This app allows suitably it’s Melbourne or Ballarat, it
tors program, which saw 96 qualified persons, such as leaves quite a gap in terms of

detox YOUR
life-saving heart devices in-
stalled across Victoria in its
first year.
paramedics and nurses, to
register with the app, and
when a cardiac arrest occurs
the ability for people to pro-
vide meaningful cardiac ar-
rest resuscitations,” he said.

The defibrillator is located in their area, an alert is sent “Some people in the com-
at Millbrook CFA Station to them through the app munity can perform chest
and is one of two public ac- with the location of the event compression, but they don’t
cess devices for Moorabool, and the location of defibrilla- have the means to use the
with another to be installed tor,” Mr Birthisel said. defibrillator. That will be
in Ballan later this year. “Registered individuals are changed now that we have
Acting Ballan Ambulance then able to retrieve the de- a truly public accessible
Victoria Team Manager, Dy- fibrillator and use it to help device”.
lan Birthisel said unlike the save the victim’s life prior to The Millbrook and Ballan
existing devices in the area, ambulance arrival”. devices and alarmed cases
the two new defibrillators Mr Birthisel said the devic- were donated with money
will be publicly accessible es will benefit small towns raised by the Ballan Ambu-
and will link in with the with limited resources by lance Auxiliary.

Pledge to benefit
FREE AND EASY-TO-USE. 12th May 2018 By Jessica Howard passengers along the Ballarat, Traralgon,
Use this service to dispose of common 10.00 am to 2.00 pm Geelong, Bendigo and Seymour lines.
household chemicals without harming Daylesford Transfer Station Moorabool train passengers have been Minister for Innovation and the Digital
your health or the environment. Ajax Road, Daylesford, 3 promised better mobile phone coverage Economy, Philip Dalidakis said the state
as signal boosters are added to V/Line’s government was “getting on with the job
Simply turn up on the day with your VLocity fleet. of delivering the mobile coverage that our
unwanted items, and we’ll do the rest. FOR MORE INFORMATION
About a quarter of V/Line’s Vlocity trains regional rail passengers deserve”.
sustaina are now fitted with mobile signal boosters, “Whether passengers want to do business,
detox with more trains set to roll out each week browse social media or call their loved ones
1 until the entire Vlocity fleet is connected by to tell them they’re on the way home, this
the end of 2018. project will ensure regional passengers are
Decanting not permitted. Only containers up to 20 litres accepted. The Labor Government is working with connected,” he said.
Telstra, Vodafone and Optus to deliver an $18 While there will still be blackspots until all
million Regional Rail Connectivity Project, trains are fitted with the boosters, passengers
which also includes the construction of 35 will know when they can access better
new mobile towers that will combine with mobile coverage, by looking for stickers
the boosters to increase mobile coverage for placed on all connected trains.
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DISTRICT Rural Not-For-Profit Health Service delivering Acute,
HEALTH Community, Aged and Child Care Services

Rural Not-For-Profit Health Service delivering Acute, Community, Aged and Child Care Services

Welcome Laura
and Teagan!
Auxiliary members show off the defib with money raised by fundraising within the community. Photo - submitted Laura Baseggio (Podiatrist) and

Auxiliary have heart in right place

Teagan Farrugia (Occupational
Therapist) are the newest members
of our growing allied healthcare team.

By Jessica Howard District Health & Care GP Super Clinic. money boxes located at a number of
local businesses including Crossroads
The Ballan Hospital Auxiliary has
As the Centre is open after hours for the
community to use the pool and gym, Trading, Hudsons Hotel, Xiu’s Café and Women’s Health
raised some much-needed funds for a Gordon Hotel.
life-saving heart machine.
this involved moving the defibrillator
from the Clinic to the Centre and back Ballan District Health & Care Chief Workshop in Ballan
The local group raised $2,295 for the again. Executive, Wayne Weaire said he was
purchase of an automated external
Saturday 12 May 2018
Today, with the support of the very grateful to the Auxiliary. 1pm – 2pm
defibrillator for the Primary Care
Auxiliary, there is a new defibrillator “The members work so hard to support
Centre at the Ballan District Health & Ballan Community House
Care facility. installed in the Centre. Ballan District Health & Care and they
Ballan Hospital Auxiliary treasurer, have such wonderful generosity in
(143 Inglis St, Ballan)
Defibrillators are used to check heart Book your free ticket:
rhythm and deliver electric shocks to Marlene Burville said money for the helping the community through the
the heart when someone experiences defibrillator was raised through raffles, work they do for the community’s (03) 5366 7961
sudden cardiac arrest. chocolate sales, a hospital fashion healthcare service,” he said.
Prior to the purchase of the new parade and at the Lions Club Twilight Between 2016 and 2017, the Auxiliary
equipment, the Primary Care Centre Market. raised $4,624 for Ballan District Health
shared a defibrillator with the Ballan She said money was also collected from & Care.
International Nurses Day
Jail on hold With International Nurses Day on 12
May 2018, we’d like to take a moment
By Caitlin Brewley to acknowledge our committed and
(Work Experience hard-working nurses.
Swinburne Uni 1st Yr)
Thank you for the care and support
Fraud, theft and possession you give the community.
of drugs are were among the
30 charges heard at Bacchus Current nursing opportunities at
Marsh Magistrates Court on Ballan District Health & Care:

Friday April 27.
Mitchell Priest, a 21-year-
old renderer, was charged

o r n i n g
with drug possession on No-

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vember 20, 2017.
The prosecutor said that the
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Lost and Found

Domestic Short Hair,

Ginger, “Boo”, 3 year old Domestic Short Hair, Black,
male Available for “Raven” 11 month old
Adoption female Available for

FAMILY AFFAIR - (L-R) John and Trish Shugg with

daughter Fiona and their dog Miss Murphy Brown the
Second. Photo – Jessica Howard

Boots and all business

steers in new direction
Domestic Long Hair, Silver
Tabby, ‘Leo’ 1 year old male
Available for Adoption
Domestic Short Hair, Black
and White, “Sassy” 18
By Jessica Howard The saddlery first opened year to keep in touch with Trish and John’s daughter, month old female Available
in the old Bacchus Marsh her suppliers. Fiona has helped create a for Adoption
Iconic western-wear busi- butcher premises in Febru- “We’ve always endeav- new eCommerce Website,
ness McDonald’s Saddlery ary 1990, before moving into oured to provide the best which will be live from Mon-
has closed its doors for the one half of the famous Grant possible product we can, as day, May 7.
last time. Street building. well as the best customer “While we will be moving
The Bacchus Marsh-based “This place has enormous service,” she said. on from the hard yakka of
business held its last day of character and has always “McDonald’s Saddlery has running a physical busi-
trade on Monday, April 30, suited our shop right down never been a cold store, but a ness, we will still stock our
after close to three decades. to the ground,” Trish said. warm and welcoming place products in a warehouse just
Trish Shugg, who owns the “The other half used to be that gives customers the outside of Bacchus Marsh,”
business with her husband a ceramic place, and when freedom to explore, while
Trish said.
John, said the decision came they moved out, we took also providing the best ad-
after the 120-year-old build- vice possible. “Going online is going to be Domestic Medium Hair,
over the whole shop. We
ing was sold and the lease needed that extra space a very big move, and I im- Grey tabby, 1 year old male Found
“I think after 28-years that’s Available for Adoption
ran out. with the amount of stock what I’ll miss the most – the agine the first two to three Sharpei X, Stray. Found in
months will be difficult Bacchus Marsh
“I am feeling extremely sad we have here, all of which customers and interacting
at this point,” she said. is imported from the States, with them on a daily basis. organising and adjusting,
but it will hopefully give us Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with
“McDonald’s Saddlery is an China and India in order to It’s going to be really hard to
give our customers the best move on from that”. more family time, and me impounded animals on Council’s Pet Adoption
icon, not only here in Bac-
chus Marsh, but throughout price”. However, while the doors more time with my horses”. Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption.
all of Australia and New Trish, who has had a love on the saddlery have shut, McDonald’s Saddlery can (MSC DAB 2016-003)
Zealand. This is the end of for horses her whole life, the Shuggs are not riding now be found at For more information contact Council Customer
an era”. travelled to America each into the sunset just yet. Service on 5366 7100.

Ballan Farmers Market

Bacchus Marsh Labor Annual Lunch
Second Saturday of each month
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New age reading style

Telling stories has become highly
interactive at the Lederderg Library
in Bacchus Marsh, after it introduced
storytime pods for enthusiastic readers.
Children and parents can now explore
and engage in a range of short and fun
age-specific digital storytelling books.
Available in various languages and
themes, children can touch the screen
and choose from a variety of books to
listen to, some featuring famous authors.
Older children can explore the basics of
programming through the blocky games
series. They can learn programming
skills through simple puzzles, mazes,
animations and movie design.
Children of all ages will enjoy the new
experience coming to the library and
immerse themselves into a new learning


Building The Education State

Construction has commenced on the $8 million modernisation of Bacchus
Marsh College.

sells out
Works include constructing a new Year 9 Centre with a focus on science,
technology, engineering and maths; a Materials Technology Centre; and
upgrades to the school's trade building.

These new facilities will support the work of our fantastic teachers,
providing students with the facilities they need to achieve their best.
By Doug Button regional Victoria, did not continue to fit with
the strategic focus.”
The Village Shopping Centre in Bacchus “Abacus is proud of the development
The Andrews Government is building the Education State so every
Marsh has been sold to a Melbourne property Victorian student can get a great education and every community has
improvements it has delivered to the centre
investor for $61.65 million. access to a great local school.
and the support it has received from the local
The sale followed a hotly contested community and retailers during its period
expression of interest campaign managed
of ownership. We would like to thank the
by CBRE with a strong field of local, national
entire Bacchus Marsh community for their
and international companies.
support and loyalty to the centre during our
The investor, Mr Colin De Lutis has
period of ownership,” Mr McSpadden told
hinted that another major national brand
the Moorabool News.
supermarket could be coming to The Village.
The new owner is expected to take over
He said introducing a new supermarket may
The Village at the end of July with plans
be considered after the shopping centre’s
to concentrate on food, entertainment and
operations had been reviewed thoroughly.
services and were attracted to The Village
Mr De Lutis has significant interests in
by its central location, “right in the middle
apartments, offices, hotels, car parks and
of one of Australia’s fastest growing regional
industrial property as well as several
housing markets and the lack of local
shopping centres.
The vendors, Abacus Property Group,
bought the shopping centre in July, 2013 The centre will continue to be managed and
with Gerard McSpadden (National Retail operated as normal by Abacus through to
Asset Manager) saying the key reason for the the end of July 2018. GEOFF HOWARD MP
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New police Letters to the Editor

role specific

Dear Editor,

for young
After slashing country roads funding three years ago,
Daniel Andrews is now trying to play catch up.
In 2015, Daniel Andrews cut the $160 million Country Roads

and Bridges program, condemning country roads to fall
into dangerous disrepair. Daniel Andrews has utterly failed
to deliver for regional Victorians in the last three years and
simply cannot be trusted.
By Jessica Howard
Country roads have been falling apart for three years because
Victoria Police has commenced internal Daniel Andrews decided the cash would be better spent
fixing roads around his metropolitan electorate of Mulgrave.
recruitment for new specialist officers to help
It takes true arrogance to take money from country roads,
tackle teenage crime.
riddled with potholes and falling apart, and then spending it
The recruitment will see the addition of
in your own metropolitan backyard. Daniel Andrews’ recent
42 Youth Specialist Officers, with ten to be
funding announcement is just confirmation that Labor will
deployed across the Western Region.
continue to underfund country roads.
The new position will see officers work In stark contrast, the Liberal Party has announced that we
with youth offenders, aged between ten and will fully restore the $160 million Country Roads and Bridges
20-years-old, who are involved in serious Program that was axed by Daniel Andrews.
Photo – Parks Vic
crimes and network offending including Regional Victorians deserve better than they get under

Safer access
evading police, assaults, aggravated Labor.
burglaries, car jackings and anti-social Joshua Morris MP, State Member for Western Victoria
The officers will work closely with Victoria Dear Editor,
Police investigators, Youth Resource Officers,

to Gorge
A lovely autumn day was topped by a very moving Anzac
police prosecutors and frontline members. Service in Ballan last Wednesday.
Minister for Police, Lisa Neville said the Congratulations to all the hardworking folk who gave their
new Youth Specialist Officers will provide a time and expertise.
targeted response to reduce serious offending The participation of the school children was particularly
By Jessica Howard and those causing harm in the community. moving, and the extent of the work they had put into the
“This new role will ensure Victoria Police research of their chosen soldiers was inspiring.
A narrow and steep road located in Werribee Gorge State Park is set to be can better respond to the youth crimes that Thank you to all for a very special Anzac Day service.
widened. will not be tolerated in our state – such as Bette Martyn, Ballan
Myers Road will be closed between the Quarry carpark and Miekle’s aggravated burglaries and car jackings.”
picnic area on weekdays from Monday 7 May to Friday 18 May while road-
Bacchus Marsh Police Youth Resource
widening and traffic safety works are completed.
Officer, Leading Senior Constable Jim Ross
The popular thoroughfare is a single lane, unsealed road providing access
said he was pleased with the roll-out of the
to popular Miekle’s picnic area.
new police position.
The road, which has seen a significant increase in traffic over recent years,
“I think it’s a great thing as it will allow those
is narrow with steep drop-offs on one side.
in the new role to specifically target serious
Safety works will widen and upgrade sections of the road in order to
recidivist youth offenders,” he said.
provide safer access for visitors to the park.
Parks Victoria Area Chief Ranger, Stuart Lardner said the upgrades will “A lot of the current roles, including mine as
reduce environmental and cultural impacts by minimising erosion and a Youth Resource Officer, are fairly stretched,
sediment runoff, through improved road surface and drainage. meaning we are doing a bit of everything.
“This park attracts an estimated 50,000 visitors annually, with most “With this new role specifically targeting
visitation occurring at the Myers Road precinct,” he said. those re-offenders, it will hopefully steer those
“It is important that Parks Victoria provides safe and sustainable access youths in the right direction and will allow us
to visitor sites and walking tracks. Aboriginal and non-indigenous heritage to really concentrate on the early intervention
will be protected – for example, the historic water race - through careful and proactive work we are doing”.
planning. There are no details yet as to where the
Mr Lardner said some trees and vegetation will need to be removed for the ten officers will be based throughout the
road to be widened. Western Region; however, Victoria Police has
“This has been assessed and authorised by the Department of Environment, confirmed there will be at least one officer in
Land, Planning and Water.” each division.
During the works period, there will be no vehicle access to Meikle’s picnic Funding for the new Youth Specialist
area on the weekdays; however, Quarry Carpark, all walking tracks and Officers has been provided by the Victorian
visitor sites within the park will remain open. Labor Government as part of its $2 billion
The work has been timed to avoid school holidays, public holidays and investment in the Community Safety
other high visitation times to minimise inconvenience. Statement 2017.


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Youth acknowledged

Overcoming significant Adversity

(16-25 years age group)
Mayors Award – Luke Hallett. MCs - Corey Williams and Jaimie Robinson. Winner – Samantha Bradfield
Future leaders and talented artists have been announced at Fest, all abilities footy clinic, community markets and Youth a Certificate in Work (Sport) at Victoria Polytechnic in
the Moorabool Shire Council 2018 Youth Awards. Forums. Thomas assisted in the completion of the funding Footscray to help these dreams come true. Samantha is on the
Youth presenters from FReeZA, Corey Williams and Jaimie application on behalf of YAG for youth week events, which committee of Melbourne West Special Olympics as an athlete
Robinson were the event Master of Ceremonies with Mayor has been successful on three occasions. Thomas contributes representative and has helped run one of the meetings. Her
Paul Tatchell presenting the awards. 100% of his time and energy in any project that he is involved interest in the committee is fundraising. Samantha is also
in. Thomas also: a graduate of the Athletes Leadership Program, a program
Judges for the Youth Art competition were Nichole Knight
run jointly with Special Olympics and the Victorian Police
and Anu Patel with the FReeZA committee organising the • Chairs the YAG meetings
Force, where members of the police force act as mentors to
event for young artists. • Helps recruit new YAG members
the athletes and they are taught public speaking skills and
Four award categories included a variety of mediums. • Is a volunteer member of St John’s are expected to prepare speeches and presentations.
Digital Winner: Naomi Morton, • Is the volunteer First Aid Officer at the Bacchus Marsh Blue
Light events Arts – (16-25 years age group) Winner – Emily Wallis
Honourable Mention: Mya Porter Emilly commenced learning to dance at Dream Entertain-
• Is the volunteer First Aid Officer at all YAG and FReeZA
Pen & Pencil Winner: Cheng Hue events ment Studio in Bacchus Marsh 11 years ago as a cheerleader.
Honourable Mention: Courtney Holden, Jackson Buchan • Has spoken at Council meetings regarding youth issues. Emilly has been:
•A member of the State Championship dance team who has
Paint & Charcoal Winner: Mikaelah Falzan Community Contribution/Volunteering (16-25 years age won the State Championships five times
Honourable Mention: Jackson Buchan, Bryce Hehir, Hayley group) Winner - Sarah Hageman. •A member of the dance team who won the National
Callaway. Sarah has been a Venturer with Scouts since 2015 and is a Championships
Night Theme Winner: Breanna Lampikin vital part of the leadership team. She is eloquent, intelligent • Involved in corporate charity events
and always reliable. Her work with Scouts is long lasting and • Invited to dance in a music video for The Elliott’s Band
The Youth Awards (six categories) followed the Art Awards many of the Cubs she works with move forward into Scouts •A n original member and captain of the Carlton’s Cadets
and is a program recognising the significant contributions and then Venturers. Through Venturers she volunteers Acrobatic Team performing in front of over 40,000 people
young people make to the Moorabool Shire, and is celebrated for many organisations such as Clean Up Australia Days, at the MCG for the AFL and AFLW Grand finals
as part of National Youth Week in April each year. The collecting money for Red Cross, National Tree Day at the • Has been awarded top tumbler for her acrobatic skills
awards are open to all young people aged 12 to 25 years who local botanic gardens, volunteered at the Grand Prix for • Has won a spirit award for her support of others
live, work, go to school or have other significant connections Young Achiever Award Winner – Jasmin Crampton
White Ribbon as well as volunteering for Cuboree (large
to the Moorabool Shire, and specifically recognise young
Scouting camp with over 4000 young people). She is currently She joined Freeza in 2014, and YAG in 2016 and still
people that have:
undergoing the Queen Scout Award. Sarah has been involved volunteers her time today. She manages her time and has
• Made a significant contribution to the Moorabool in SRC for the past three years at school and participated in stayed committed to both groups whilst completing year 12
Community the Massie Murray Paddle, fundraising for the school’s sister and continues to do so today whilst working and attending
• Achieved something significant in an area of interest school in Nepal. Sarah has volunteered at the Rotary Arts university. She has helped organise and facilitate the YAG
(sport, the arts etc.) Awards for two years and is currently completing Gold Duke and FReeZA events such as live bands and gigs, the Zombie
• Volunteer services to their community of Edinburgh. She is currently a prefect leader at Bacchus Walk, BMX/Skate Competitions, Art Exhibitions, Youth
• Overcome significant adversity Marsh Grammar and has achieved academic excellence for Feat and Youth Forums. Jasmin’s skills have developed over
“This year we received an outstanding number of years 7-10. the years and she is now in a leadership role with FReeZA
nominations and the assessment panel had a difficult task in and has become an excellent leader. Jasmin has spoken at
Overcoming significant Adversity (16-25 years age group) Council meetings regarding issues affecting young people.
proposing a winner for each category, due to the high calibre
of nominations,” Mayor Tatchell said. Winner – Samantha Bradfield She commits 100% of her time and energy to any project that
Samantha was diagnosed at five years old with global devel- she is involved in. Jasmin has exceptional leadership and
The assessment panel included Cr John Keogh; Claire
opment delay and severe language disorder. She has: event management skills and is now pursuing these interests
Sutherland (BM Community Bank); Alan Morton (BM
• Competed at State and National championships in dance through her university course.
Rotary) and Russell Hendry (BM Lions).
and cheerleading. Mayor’s Award Winner – Luke Hallett
Community Contribution/Volunteering (12-15 years age • Competed at regional, State games and championships and Luke is a member with the Ballan Scouts and volunteers his
group) Winner – Thomas Bradford in 2016 was chosen to compete at Trans-Tasman games in time to work with the 1st Ballan Joey Mob (primary children
Thomas commenced as a 12-year old with the Youth Action New Zealand in athletics, where she won 3 gold medals aged 5-8 years). He demonstrates an amazing ability and
Group (YAG) when it first commenced in 2014. As part of YAG and one bronze. passion to working with primary school aged children.
he undertakes consultation with the wider community on This year Samantha will be participating in the National Luke is an integral part of the leadership team that delivers
various issues relating to young people, including the Youth Games for the first time. She also wants to help other quality programs aimed at extending the comfort zones of
Charter and Youth Strategy Plan. He has helped organise intellectually disabled children and adults discover sport the youngest children, while helping them achieve the aims
and facilitate the YAG and FReeZA events such as Youth and become a coach. Samantha is about to embark on of Scouting by taking a constructive place in society.

Community Contribution/
Volunteering (16-25 years age Paint & Charcoal Arts – (16-25 years age group)
Digital Winner – Naomi Morton group) Winner - Sarah Hageman. Pen & Pencil Winner – Cheng Hue Winner – Mikaelah Falzan Winner – Emily Wallis
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minutes of any Council or committee meeting at which the matter is considered; and 2018 Page 9
• will be provided on Council’s website as part of any relevant Council or committee
agenda and minutes.

Moorabool Shire Council

Whilst it is appropriate for submitters’ names and addresses to be disclosed to enable
transparent decision-making, if you have concerns about this, Council can provide you with
the option of having your submission remain anonymous.


The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 6 June, 2018 in the Council In accordance
In accordance with Section with
129Section 129 of
of the Local the LocalAct
Government Government Act 1989
1989 (“the Act”), (“the Act”), Moorabool
Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Shire Council hereby gives
Shire Council hereby public
publicthat at that
notice an Ordinary MeetingMeeting
at an Ordinary of Council on
of Council on Wednesday
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Wednesday 2 May
2 May 2018:
1. It has prepared an Annual Budget (“the Budget”) for the financial year commencing 1 July
COMMITTEE MEETING 1. It has prepared
2018 and an ending
Annual 30Budget
June (“the
2019Budget”) for the year”).
(“the financial financial year commencing 1
The next committee meeting at Council is of the Development Assessment Committee, to be heldJuly 2018 2. Itand ending 30 June 2019 (“the financial year”).
intends at an Ordinary Meeting of Council to be held in the Council Chamber, Ballan on
on Wednesday 16 May 2018, at 5.00pm, at the Darley Civic Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley. 2. It intends at an Ordinary Meeting of Council to be held in the Council Chamber, Ballan on
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 5.00pm to adopt the 2018/19 Annual Budget as prepared
Wednesday 27 June 2018 5.00pm to adopt the 2018/19 Annual Budget as prepared by
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. by Council and information
the following information is given:
Council and the following is given:
a. amount
a. the total the total amountasborrowed
borrowed at 30 Juneas2018 at 30 June 2018 is $15,395,782
is $15,395,782
the totalproposed
be borrowed to be borrowed
during duringyear,
the financial the fiother
thanyear, other than borrowings
Moorabool Shire Council is offering free Flu Vaccinations borrowings to torefi nance existing
refinance existing loans,
loans, isis $3,534,000
for all children aged 6 months to under 5 Years of age. Flu c. amount
c. the total the total amounttoprojected
projected be redeemed to be redeemed
during during
the financial yearthe
is financial year is $1,120,544
vaccinations for children under 5 require two doses given d. the projected
d. the projected total amount total amount ofasborrowings
of borrowings at 30 June 2019 as atis30$17,809,238
June 2019 is $17,809,238
a month apart. We will be holding vaccination sessions for e. the projected cost of servicing
e. the projected cost oftheservicing
borrowings theduring the financial
borrowings during year is $843,588
the financial year is $843,588
children under 5 on 9 June 2018 (first dose) and the 14 July f. the proposed rate for each
f. the proposed type
rate forofeach
rate to be levied
type of rateis:to be levied is:
2018 (second dose) between 9 am and 12 pm at the Early
Learning Centre at 182 Halletts Way Darley. Bookings are Category Cents/$CIV
essential so please call the Environmental Health team on General Rate 0.38582
5366 7100 and arrange an appointment. Commercial & Industrial Rate 0.60959
All Children from 6 months to under 5yrs are eligible for this Commercial & Industrial Vacant Land 0.96454
free vaccine. Extractive Industry Rate 1.20375
There has been a significant increase over time in incidences Farm Rate 0.30094
of influenza in children aged up to five years of age. In addition, Vacant Land General 0.81021
data from the Victorian hospital sentinel surveillance system indicates that 40% of children Vacant Land FZ and RCZ 0.38582
hospitalised had no identified risk factors. This makes it essential that – in order to prevent Vacant Land GRZ 0.96454
severe illness and deaths – an immunisation program is available to all children aged 6 months to Residential Retirement Villages 0.34723
less than 5 years, rather than just those with known risk factors. g. proposes that no municipal charge be declared
At Moorabool Shire Council, we care about the safety of our wider community, so we encourageg. proposes h. thethatproposed service
no municipal charge charges be declared under Section 162 of the Act, for the collection
be declared
eligible young children to receive the free vaccine while it is available. and disposal of refuse, are:
For more information, contact your local GP or Council’s Environmental Health unit on (i) $179 per annum for each property that is within the defined urban service area to
5366 7100. which a domestic waste collection service is available;
(ii) $179 per annum for each property that is within the defined rural service area to
SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR A BACCHUS MARSH DEMENTIA ALLIANCE which a domestic waste collection service is available;
There are more than 413,000 Australians living with dementia, many of whom live in the (iii) $179 per annum for each property that is not within a defined service area, to which
community with the support of family and friends. The essence of dementia friendly communities a domestic waste collection service is provided;
is to support people with dementia to be involved in activities and social opportunities that (iv) $87 per annum, compulsory service charge, for all rateable properties including:
provide meaning and purpose in their lives for as long as possible. Through the creation of a (a) each rateable land that is “farm land” within the meaning of Section 2(1) of the
dementia friendly Bacchus Marsh we can tackle social isolation and stigma through education Valuation of Land Act 1960 and is a ‘single farm enterprise’ within the meaning of
and awareness. Section 159(8) of the Local Government Act 1989; and
Djerriwarrh Health Services together with Moorabool Shire Council plan to facilitate a (b) each other rateable land, from which there is capable of being generated waste
community that is dementia-friendly with the aim of improving the quality of life of people living
which can be deposited by a ratepayer or resident at a landfill or waste transfer
with dementia, their families and carers. Living with dementia can be socially isolating and this
initiative aims to increase the opportunities of social participation and interaction for those station or any other litter facility.
living with dementia. (v) $36 per annum, compulsory service charge, for all rateable properties, in relation to
One of the early initiatives of this project is the formation of a Bacchus Marsh Dementia Alliance the State Landfill Levy, including:
to inform and guide the development of a community action plan and play an advisory role in the (a) each rateable land that is “farm land” within the meaning of Section 2(1) of the
future implementation of the project. Valuation of Land Act 1960 and is a ‘single farm enterprise’ within the meaning of
We are seeking nominations from interested parties to be involved in the Bacchus Marsh Section 159(8) of the Local Government Act 1989; and
Dementia Alliance. Nominations will be accepted from residents with dementia, carers, (b) each other rateable land, from which there is capable of being generated waste
community organisations, sporting clubs, local businesses, service clubs, places of worship and which can be deposited by a ratepayer or resident at a landfill or waste transfer
other bodies interested in creating a more inclusive municipality. station or any other litter facility.
The alliance is anticipated to meet on a monthly basis for the planning and early implementation (vi) $71 per annum non-compulsory and optional charge within the urban (residential and
phases of the project between June 2018 and June 2019. A review by the committee will low density residential) areas of Bacchus Marsh and Ballan for kerbside greenwaste
determine the ongoing schedule. collection service.
If you would like to nominate for this alliance then please contact Tineke Carr, Dementia Support The Victorian Government has specified a rate cap of 2.25%. Moorabool Shire Council has
Nurse, phone: 5367 9857 Mobile: 0428 054 118 and/or email: elected to not apply for a rate cap variation in 2018/19.
The first meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday 19 June, 10.00-12.00pm at the James After accounting for a prior year error in the rate calculation, the average rate for Moorabool
Young Room- Lerderderg library- 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Shire has been increased by 2.11% for the 2018/19 financial year. The rate applies to the average
annual increase of rates and charges.
POSITIONS VACANT The rates and charges for your property may increase or decrease by a different percentage
Manager Engineering Services – Full-Time Permanent amount for the following reasons –
Applications Close on Friday 18 May, 2018. (i) The valuation of your property relative to the valuation of other properties in the
Parks & Gardens Team Member (Arboriculture) municipal district;
Applications Close on Friday 18 May, 2018. (ii) The application of any differential rate by Council;
All details available from the website: (iii) The inclusion of other rates and charges not covered by the higher rates cap
Public Inspection
DRAFT COUNCIL PLAN 2017-2021 (2018 REVIEW) Copies of the Proposed 2018/19 Annual Budget are available for inspection on weekdays from
On Wednesday 2 May 2018, in accordance with section 125 of the Local Government Act 1989 8.30am – 5.00pm from Tuesday 8 May 2018 until and including Tuesday 5 June 2018 at Council
(the Act), the Council resolved to place the draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2018 Review) on Offices at:
public exhibition inviting public submissions during a prescribed period of no less than 28 days • 15 Stead Street, Ballan;
as required under the Act. • 182 Halletts Way, Darley; and
Pursuant to section 223 of the Act, the draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2018 Review) is now • 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
available for all residents to review and provide written feedback to Council for consideration. Copies of the Proposed 2018/19 Annual Budget can also be viewed on Council’s website,
The draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2018 Review) can be viewed at Council offices located at 15 from Tuesday 8 May 2018.
Stead Street, Ballan,182 Halletts Way, Darley, 215 Main Street, Lerderderg Library Bacchus Marsh
and also online at Making Submissions
Written submissions on the Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2018 Review) are Submissions in respect of the declaration of the proposed 2018/19 Annual Budget will be
invited until 5.00pm on Tuesday 5 June, 2018. considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Act. Council will consider any written
Written submissions should be addressed to: submission received by Council by 5.00pm on Tuesday 5 June 2018 at a Special Meeting to be
The Chief Executive Officer held on Wednesday 20 June 2018 at 5.00pm, in the Council Chamber, Ballan.
Council Plan (2018 Review) Submission Any person making a submission is entitled to state in the submission that he or she wishes to
Moorabool Shire Council appear in person, or to be represented by a person specified in the submission, at the Special
PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Meeting of Council on Wednesday 20 June 2018 to be heard in support of the submission.
Or emailed to: Please note that a summary of submissions, including the submitter’s name, will be made available
Submissions may also be presented to Council via the Moorabool Have Your Say website at to Council for the meeting where submissions will be considered. Council is also required to make submissions available for public inspection for a period of twelve months.
Council will consider submissions on Wednesday 20 June, 2018 at a Special Meeting of Council Written submissions must be received by no later than 5.00pm on Tuesday 5 June 2018.
to be held in the Council Chamber, 15 Stead Street, Ballan commencing Annual Budget submissions should be forwarded to:
at 6.00 pm. The Chief Executive Officer
Any person who wishes to be heard in support of a submission should indicate in the written Budget Submission
submission that he or she wishes to be heard. Any person requesting to be heard in support of Moorabool Shire Council
a submission is entitled to appear before this Special Meeting of Council either personally or by PO Box 18
a person acting on their behalf.
Submissions made under section 223 of the Act are not confidential and: Ballan VIC 3342
• will be incorporated in full (including any personal information) into the agenda and minutes of or
any Council or committee meeting at which the matter is considered; and Alternatively, a submission may be made online at:
• will be provided on Council’s website as part of any relevant Council or committee agenda Enquiries
and minutes. Further information concerning the proposed 2018/19 Annual Budget or the making of a written
Whilst it is appropriate for submitters’ names and addresses to be disclosed to enable transparent submission can be obtained by contacting Customer Service on (03) 5366 7100.
decision-making, if you have concerns about this, Council can provide you with the option of Rob Croxford
having your submission remain anonymous. Chief Executive Officer

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: Web: Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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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.

Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Sunday.
Ballan & District Community House 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – B3 Community
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 0400 003 936. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
call 5368 1934 or email Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Bacchus Marsh.
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
enrolments - 5367 1061. Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Enq - 0421 222 717. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm; Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
MEETINGS Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Church of the Living God
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane MARKETS Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit - Mass every
Ballan Lions Club Market Saturday 6.30pm.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Next market – Saturday 2 June 2018
The Pottery Group Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Darley Market Further details – 0429 681 566.
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Saturday 19 May, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Bacchus Marsh Life Church
at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg (Alan).
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Ballan Farmers Market St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Next Market – Saturday 12 May, 9am-1pm. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Moorabool
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
Ballan Playgroup Catholic Parish of Gordon
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Mass Times - Saturday 12 May – Springbank, 6.30 pm 
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Sunday 13 May – Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
905 558 Tamsin. 
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Service Times - St John’s Ballan  - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
rint Centre
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s print • copy • scan • design
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730.  • Brochures • Graphic Design
• Newsletters • Photocopying
OPEN DAY • Booklets A4 & A5 • Colour
Ballan Shire Historical Society • Posters • Black & White
Courthouse Open Day • Invitations
for the National Trust Heritage Festival
Saturday 12th May, 10am to 3pm 15 Haddon Drive, Ballan
45-47 Steiglitz St. Ballan. Phone: 5368 1966
Rick Biden, Sec. E:
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ANZAC DAY 2018 - Ballan and Bacchus Marsh

Photos Lisa Comerford and Helen Tatchell
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Policies out
for comment
By Kate Taylor

Council’s draft Child Safety Standards and

Reportable Conduct Scheme Policies are officially
out for public feedback.
State government legislation required councils to
develop similar policies following the 2013 ‘Betrayal
of Trust’ report, which came after an inquiry into
the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and
Other Organisations.
The policy meets the report’s recommendations of
compulsory minimum standards for creating child-
safe environment because council provides services
to children, and includes standards to prevent child
abuse, encourage reporting of abuse and increase
the effectiveness of responses to allegations of child
Local Gordon Indigenous artist, Aunty Marlene Gilson has ten works in Sydney Biennale with another currently on show at the “The ‘failure to disclose’ and ‘failure to act’ offences
National Gallery of Victoria (Ian Potter Centre). Photo – Jane Gardner were introduced as part of the Crimes Amendment
(Protection of Children) Act 2014. The failure to

Artist on national stage ‘disclose act’ requires that any adult over 18 who
holds a reasonable belief that a sexual offence has
been committed in Victoria by an adult against a
child must inform police. The criminal offence for
By Jane Gardner Eureka Stockade uprising, old Ballarat Biennale. ‘failing to protect’ a child imposes penalties for a
town, through to Captain Cook and the “I felt a bit like a celebrity,” Marlene ‘person in authority’ within Council if they know of
Wadawurrung Elder and Gordon arrival of the First Fleet. said, describing the constant requests the risk of abuse, have the power or responsibility to
resident, Aunty Marlene Gilson is “I know a few people who have travelled for newspaper, radio and television reduce or remove the risk, but failed to do so,” read
certainly making a name for herself as to the Biennale from Ballarat and some interviews. a report on the policy tabled at the April council
an artist. After a number of successful from as far as Warrnambool, where I meeting.
“People were stopping me in the street to
exhibitions over the years, both locally was born,” says Marlene. “It’s great to see “The ‘reportable conduct’ scheme is a child safety
tell me how much they love my paintings.
and interstate, Marlene was invited to people embracing the Biennale like that; mechanism introduced as a result of the Betrayal
I’ve even been interviewed for an art
exhibit no less than ten of her works in the it’s good for our district,” she said. of Trust report. Council has the responsibility for
magazine in Japan.”
Sydney Biennale. As well as exhibiting in the Sydney reporting any allegations of ‘reportable conduct’
Marlene describes how she’s finding
The Biennale, currently on show at seven Biennale, Marlene has also had a raised against employees (and contractors,
it hard to keep up with the growing
venues around Sydney, including the significant work purchased by the City volunteers, and other office holders) who are 18
demand for her work. Having put three of years or over to the Commission for Children and
Sydney Opera House and the Art Gallery of Melbourne. The painting, on show
of NSW, is considered to be one of the at the National Gallery of Victoria (Ian her paintings up for sale at the Biennale, Young People.”
leading international contemporary art Potter Centre) until 15 July, depicts the a businessman from San Francisco The policies detail council’s commitment to creating
events of our time, and Marlene is excited first men hanged in Melbourne in 1842; surprised Marlene by purchasing all and maintaining a child safe organisation where
and proud to be a part of it. BUSINESS
Tunnerminnerwait EXCELLENCE
and Maulboyheenner. AWARDS
three, with plans to donate2017them to protecting children and preventing and responding
the Contemporary Art Museum in San
For the most part, Marlene’s art tells
Images of Marlene’s work have also been
stories of historical events, particularly used to illustrate various art guides as Francisco.
child abuse is embedded in the everyday
thinking and practice of all Councillors, employees,
those involving Aboriginal people. well as the cover of a recently MARCH released– NOVEMBER
This year, the Sydney Biennale welcomes
2018 contractors and volunteers.
Several works in Marlene’s Biennale book entitled, ‘Conflict, adaptation, some pretty big names in the art world, Councillors voted unanimously to put the policies
exhibition have a connection to our transformation: Richard Broome and the some of whom have been described as out for public feedback.
local landscape, including events in and practice of Aboriginal history.’
‘art superstars’.DETAILS
It’s conceivable Marlene PRESENTER
The policies can be viewed on council’s website,
around Ballarat. She
15/3/18 has painted Bacchus
6-7pm the once Marsh
Marlene and her husband
Government Barry travelled
Incentives Gilsonlooking
for Employers is deserving of the
to take the same growing
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Own the Inverlochy Estate!

A Bacchus
YPA Bacchus

OPEN 94-98 Main Street Bacchus Marsh
Your chance to own not only one of the most historic estates in Bacchus Marsh,
but also prime for subdivision (STCA) only seconds away from your commercial
district of Main St. Originating from early 1900s, this beautiful maintained property
is a credit to its owners and the community. The elegant residence comprises of
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four bedrooms, master suite with large dressing room/WIR, beautifully detailed
dining and living room with bay view windows, contemporary kitchen onlooking
Pentland Hills "Myrtlebrae" 33 Smiths Lane 120 acres (48ha) approx.
to adjoining meals area, upstairs attic and lounge, basement level potential cellar,
separate pool house with decking, rear storage shed, double garage and finishes
that will leave you in awe, this opportunity is one you can’t let pass you by. Whether

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it be to live in or develop, a property of this size 7000m2 (approx.) in this location
is too rare to pass up. The “Inverlochy” is surrounded by incredible gardens that
have held hundreds of memories including private wedding photography.

3 4
Brilliant Farming/Lifestyle Opportunity Auction
Set in a tranquil and private location and with lovely valley view's towards Saturday 2nd June, 11.00am - onsite
Melbourne is this stunning farming/lifestyle opportunity which offers a Deposit: 10%
Settlement: 60/90 days
multiple of possibilities. The property has the added benefit of a secluded View by appointment
28m x 12m Barn Style Shed/Warehouse/Office (constructed 2010) with
power connected, 18 squares of office space, a modern and fully equipped LTB2778
kitchen, separate study and workshop area and bathroom/toilet facilities.
Stairs lead to 2 further rooms on a mezzanine floor with ample storage.
The superb undulating country is divided into 10 main paddocks with
ng of Selling? Call Thinking
Vickie Ramon
of Selling?
0403 194
or Shane
0403 194
or Shane
082 O’Brien 0431 766 082
electric fencing in place, and the spring-fed watercourse meandering
through offers a great water supply for livestock, also with 250,000lt
drinking water storage tank.

This is a rare opportunity for business and farm use, equine, recreation or Adrian Smith
MARSH 5310
cchus Marsh 4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh land banking. M 0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030
Landmark Ballarat
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Bacchus Marsh 12 Stamford Close Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 29A Graham Street Bed Bath Car

Stunning Family Home in Town Central Private Sale Relaxed, Easycare Living Footsteps Private Sale
In very quiet street just minutes walk from Main Street
Price $550,000 - $580,000 Price $380,000 - $395,000
from Village Shopping Centre this large This low maintenance home unites
3 bedroom family home is ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street, modern comfort and convenience in a Office 2/137 Main Street,
young families, showcasing a pleasing Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 location that offers an enviable lifestyle Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
well presented single level floorplan. just moments from the thriving town
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Spacious sized bedrooms all with centre. Situated in arguably one of the
BIRs, 1 bathroom, 2 separate toilets Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 best streets in the area, this superb Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
including a powder room, an oversized Web home offers an affordable way to live Web
double garage and an immaculately in this blue ribbon location or make a
well landscaped large back yard for the fantastic investment.
whole family to enjoy. 652m2 approx.

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Bacchus Marsh 1 Todman Close Bed Bath Car
Coimadai 2/195 Camerons Road Land 35 Acres

Home For The Growing Family - 810m2 Private Sale 35 Acres of Uninterrupted Views Private Sale
This quality-built Simonds Home is Privacy, peace, tranquillity, fresh air,
Price $499,000 Price $750,000 - $800,000
situated on approximately 810m2 of nature and lifestyle living. Rural setting
land in a quiet court of Bacchus Marsh. Office 2/137 Main Street, on approx. 35 acres mixed between Office 2/137 Main Street,
Set amongst a beautiful garden setting Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 light bush and plenty of cleared area Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
with plenty of room for the kids to play to build the family’s dream home. 360
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
inside. degree views including Wombat State
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
Forest and The You Yangs. Fully fenced
Web with driving access and power. Zoned Web
as Rural Living/Conservation Camerons
Road is a sealed road with easy access
to Bacchus Marsh.

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Coimadai 110 McMullins Lane Bed Bath Car
Darley 7 Busby Court Bed Bath Car

“Wombat Creek” Private Sale Quality home, views & Sheds, Private Sale
Beautiful Wombat Creek in the picture Spacious Land 5007m2
Price $1,175,000-$1,275,000 Price $895,000 - $950,000
perfect valley of Coimadai providing Situated in the prestigious Manning
73 acres of lifestyle, less than 12 kms Office 2/137 Main Street, Estate lies this is well-built, immaculate Office 2/137 Main Street,
from the centre of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 presented family home, with magical Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Character styled and relaxed the home Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
views that can keep you mesmerised for Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
captures an abundance of charm hours. Plenty of space inside and out on
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
and displays incredible views of its approx 5007m2 of land with side access to
natural surrounds. Fully self contained Web the back yard. Web
2 bedroom apartment. 10 acres of
pasture adjoining to Goodmans Creek.
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Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 5 College Square, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 9 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 1 1

Invest In Me! “Pilmer” - Period Beauty, Location Central!!

Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home perfect for first home buyers Fantastic period home in quiet street within walking distance of Main
or investors. On approx. 500m2, the home consists of master bedroom Street. 3 bedrooms, all with fireplaces, a study, lounge room, kitchen &
with WIR & Ens, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs, a spacious lounge, kitchen meals area, separate bathroom, powder room & laundry. Ducted
with dishwasher and island bench, meals area, separate family heating & split system. Bungalow complete with shower & toilet.
bathroom laundry and toilet. Ducted heating & cooling is installed. Outdoor entertaining area & a single garage with roller door.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000 FOR SALE $650,000

CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

AUCTION 17/17 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Witney Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 2 2

Central & Private Opportunity Knocks

Situated midway between Main Street and Maddingley Park is this Quiet court location on 650m2 block. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, consists
fantastic 3 bedroom unit. Extensively updated with attractive kitchen/ of lounge room off entrance hall with gas heater and wall A/C, dining

dining with gas cook top and wall oven, a lounge with gas heating, all room, kitchen with electric cooktop and wall oven and adjoining meals
good sized bedrooms, separate toilet, separate laundry and ducted area with wood heater. Master has WIR and ENS, and bedrooms 2 & 3
evaporative cooling. Neat grassed garden area and paved courtyard have BIRs, the toilet is separate from family bathroom. Double length
with 2 garden sheds, single carport with remote control. carport, and 6m x 6m brick shed and separate garden shed/workshop.
INSPECT Open from 10.30am Saturday 5th May INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 5th May at 11.00am FOR SALE $375,000 - $395,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 4 2 2

5.5 Acres Close To Town Spacious Family Residence

Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater. internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding. backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 12th May 1.00-1.30pm

FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 FOR SALE $550,000-$570,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990

FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 1 1 1 1

Privacy At Its Best Invest and retire in me !

Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge
beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an
& 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private
designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking
setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop. for retirement living in a senior’s community.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment

FOR SALE $680,000-$720,000 FOR SALE $159,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

Would you like to be the first to know about our

new listings? Then register your details at

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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Bacchus Marsh 94-98 Main Street 4 1 1

Own the Inverlochy Estate!
Your chance to own not only one of the most historic detailed dining and living room with bay view windows, Private Sale Contact Agent
estates in Bacchus Marsh, but also prime for subdivision contemporary kitchen to adjoining meals area, upstairs attic Inspect By appointment
(STCA) only seconds away from Main Street. Originating and lounge, basement level potential cellar, separate pool Photo ID required
from early 1900s, this beautifully maintained property is a house with decking, rear storage shed and double garage. Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
credit to its owners and the community. Four bedrooms, Whether it be to live in or develop, a property of this size Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 982
master suite with large dressing ofbeautifully
room/WIR, Selling? Call7000m
(approx.) 0403
in this location 194
is too rare to621 or Shane O’Brien
pass up. 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Melton 78 Darlingsford Boulevard 3 2 2

Luxury Living in an Elite Estate
Displaying an impressive blend of captivating modern fantastic value for your money. Private Sale $499,000 - $525,000
features and contemporary style, the generous proportions Comprising of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, huge master Inspect Saturday 5th May 12.00-12.30pm
of this home make for a sensational family domain located bedroom with walk in robe & en-suite, an impressive Photo ID required
in the elite, family orientated Darlingsford Estate. formal living area ensure separate space for the whole Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
This home offers glamorous ambience throughout, family, the beautiful open kitchen not only appeals Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
in combination with the Thinking ofmake
finest upgrades Selling?
this a Callaesthetically
Vickie but Ramon 0403
boasts a long list of194 621 or Shane O’Brien
upgrades. 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Melton West 3 Dorset Place 5 2 1

Unique Double Story
This one of a kind home comprises of two large separate quality stainless steel appliances, ample bench space with Private Sale $509,000 - $539,000
living zones to accommodate any growing family, plenty of storage and an adjoining open and light-filled Inspect By appointment
four generous bedrooms upstairs, with additional fifth dining space, equipped with a wood fire heater, the home Photo ID required
bedroom downstairs, bright central upstairs bathroom also comes with high grade refrigerative heating and Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
plus ensuite to master with additional downstairs powder cooling to maintain the perfect temperature year round. Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
room, well-appointed kitchen of Selling?
further complimented by Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Melton 25 Palmerston Street 5 2 1

Revive this Melton Classic
Harness the potential and head into the future with this Comprising of 5 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, and 2 living Private Sale UNDER CONTRACT
double storey home which is poised gracefully in central areas. Situated on a 586m2 (approx.) allotment. Call to Inspect By appointment
Melton position. Those with an eye for style will be excited view this property, it won’t last long! Photo ID required
to undergo a magical modern makeover on this home. Contact Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621
Alannah Shea 0412 856 347
Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh
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YOUNGER, Donald George (Don) Moorabool Environment Moorabool
17.09.1948 ~ 04.05.2018 Group
Passed away at Bacchus Marsh Hospital with his loved family SARGENT, Dianne
Annual General Meeting
by his side. 9 May 2014 APC Notice
Thursday 31 May rint Centre

Loved and devoted husband of Anne for 47 wonderful years.
Loving and cherished father and father-in-law of Stephen and
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Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.

Courtney Salisbury and

Rhyley, Werahiko and Bryce Wills from Melton
Thomas have a new sister. have welcomed their
The yet to be named baby Weighing 8lb 9oz, Hunter second child, a little boy. The start of the 3000 metre event.
was born to Brookfield Michael SONGSUWAN is Arriving on Thursday 3
parents Ebony and Nathan
BORELL. The little girl
the first child for Brookfield
couple Emma and Deam.
May, Rhys David WILLS
was born at 3.20pm and Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
weighed 9lb 5oz and The little boy arrived at weighed 8lb 2oz (3690
arrived on Thursday 3 May 12.39pm on Sunday 29 grams). Rhys is a new On Saturday, Bacchus Marsh athletes travelled to Ballan for Cross
at 2pm. April. brother for Casey. Country, at the Bostock Reservoir. The sun was shining and although a
slight breeze it was a near perfect day for running.
The Under 6 athletes enjoyed another taste of Cross Country running,
with Elijah Grero notching up another win over the 500 metre distance.
The Under 7 & 8 athletes had a competitive race over 1000 metres.
Deegan Doyle and Imogen Lidgett-Egan were the winners this week. In
the Under 9 & 10 1500 metre event Nicholas Ide, Under 9 and William Flanagan, Under 10 had
a great tussle from start to finish, with only one second separating them at the finish, with
William taking line honours; Mackenzie Estlick was the first girl across the finish line. Xavier
Goodman was first home in the Under 11 & 12 2000 metre event while Danielle claimed first
place this week. Over the 3000 metre event for the Open Age athletes, it was Jack Mutsaerts
taking the win, while for the girls, Kirsty Bresnan and Tamara Henry had a close race with
Kirsty just pipping Tamara on the line.
Next Saturday’s Cross-Country meet will be held at Lady Northcote Camp, Rowsley at
Gisborne parents Nicole and Chris 10.30am.
GARBETT have welcomed their second Bree and Shannon from Melton have Entries for the Bacchus Marsh Cross Country Open Day should be handed to Karen Bresnan
child, a little girl. A new sister for Kaela, welcomed a little girl to their family. A new
this week. The Open Day will be held on Saturday 26 May at Bullengaroook Reserve. All
Olivia Joy Garbett arrived on Monday 23 sister for Cruz, Chloe weighed 7lb 7oz
April at 1.40pm and weighed 7lb 4.5oz (3520 grams) and arrived on Sunday 6 BMLAC athletes are encouraged to support this Centre event. Entries forms are available on
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News from
the Devils’ Den
Be sure to ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page Darley Football Netball Club for regular updates

Round 3 – Sunbury v Darley

We went to the Lion’s Den and were rewards will come. Good on you Devils
Rear/134 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
mauled. From our 8 matches on the day at for sticking it out in a blisteringly tough
All Earthmoving, Sunbury, we came away with only 2 wins. game. Sales and repair of...
civil contraction SENIORS Carisbrook 7.7, 14.14, 23.19, 36.24 (240) d Zero Turn Mowers, Lawnmowers,
The Senior Footballers were unlucky to go Darley 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, (0) Ride On Mowers, Chainsaws,
and concrete works. down by one point after leading by 11 in BEST: Maddison Field, Dorinne Fabien,
Brush Cutters, Petrol Pumps,
Genreators, Small Enigines
No job too big or too small. the final term. This was a scrappy game Hannah Douglas-Bentley, Katy Greig,
All enquiries welcome. of scrums and turnovers that we could
have won. Full praise goes to the 3 up and
Kim Bessell, Rebecca Zeestraten. BACCHUS MARSH
Phone 0407 875 718 coming thirds players (Azzopardi, Ward
Saturday 12th May we are home to Lake
and Dodemaide) who all played solid
Wendouree. This is a must win for the
games on the day.
seniors who will need to square their
Sunbury 2.3, 3.7, 5.9, 9.9 (63) d Darley 2.3,
season off at 2-2 rather than 1-3! Sunday
3.3, 6.7, 9.8 (62)
13th, the Senior Women are away to Redan
First Home, Upgrading or simply looking GOALS: Inglis 4, Cullen, Leonard, Closter,
at the City Oval.
for a better home loan. Graham, Baker 1
BEST: Baker, Leonard, Kur, Carrick, Evans, LADIES DAY
Contact Adrian Waller on 0408 677 757
Page. In celebration of Mothers’ Day we will be
to talk about all of your home loan needs. hosting our own Gala Event in the club-
The seconds played a strong game of footy rooms from 2pm this Saturday. Starting
66 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh 3340 to score their 2nd win for the season at 2pm for the ladies only, there will be
P: 03 5367 1000 Darley 2.3, 2.6, 3.6, 6.6 (42) d Sunbury 2.2, high tea, market stalls, fashion parade,
make-up demos, public speakers, door
540 Bacchus Marsh Rd Bacchus Marsh
Email: 3.4, 3.5, 5.5 (35)
GOALS: Forde 2, Beecham, Stephenson, prizes and raffles. At just $30 per head Phone (03) 5367 4861
Herring, R Gundry 1 this will be a great afternoon for the girls
BEST: Herring, Fenton, B Holt, Stone, and women in town.
Pattison, S Gundry. MEDALLION CLUB
U18.5s Due to the Ladies Event there will be
Depleted by 3 of their stars playing senior no afternoon tea in the clubrooms this
116 MAIN STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 3340 footy, the thirds battled on valiantly Saturday. See you on Thursday’s selection
PH: (03) 5367 2086 FAX: (03) 5367 7166 against tougher opposition. night.
Sunbury 2.1, 2.6, 4.8, 10.9 (69) d Darley 1.1, DARLEY MARKET

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GOALS: Blade, Hine, Bewley 1 May. “LIKE” our Facebook page “Darley
BEST: Bewley, D Cadman, Beecham, Community Market” to be kept up with
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This was not a great day at all for our The Devils are proud and pleased to have
Bacchus Marsh Golf Club Netball sides with only the D-Graders formed a corporate relationship with Dr
winning. Jade Harries, Dr Callum Traynor and their
A GRADE: Sunbury 62 d Darley 24 BEST:
Christie, Lopes. GOALS: Freeman 15, C
colleagues from WRH. Western Region Conveyancing
Health is an osteopathy clinic that also
Barnes 8, Giaini 1.
offers other therapy practices such as
B GRADE: Sunbury 70 d Darley 28 BEST:
Myotherapy, Pilates, Remedial Massage,
Hamilton, Butterworth. GOALS: Pell 28, L
Shock Wave Therapy and GAITSCAN.
Martin 20.
Courtesy Bus now available C GRADE:Sunbury 34 d Darley 34 BEST:
WRH works with the Darley Football 154 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
NEED A RIDE? WE CAN DRIVE YOU HOME Deering, Jackson. GOALS: M Taylor 16,
Netball Club to highlight the importance
of Osteopathy in treating and preventing
Phone 5367 4884
Available Friday and Saturday Nights Drevensek 5, Gogeff 3.
sports injuries. We have one or more
Phone: 5367 2226 D GRADE: Darley 31 d Sunbury 27 BEST:
practitioners visit the Devils Den from time
H Inglis, Rippingdale. GOALS: T Taylor
to time to oversee injury management.
26, Forth 4.
Visit WRH and make sure that you let
19 & UNDERS: Sunbury 32 d Darley 29
them know you’ve been referred by
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Darley, to discuss how they could help
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Darley Junior Football Netball Club AFL Goldfields Women’s

Results – Round 3 v Redan Football League
AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition
U/10 Seniors Results – Round 3
Darley 4-2-26 lost Redan 7-5-47 Gisborne 12.10 (82) def Bacchus Marsh 0.2 (2)
Goals – Declan 1, Jet D’arcy, Roland De Carisbrook 36.24 (240) def Darley 0.0 (0) AFL Goldfields
Courcy, Rubin Redan 19.21 (135) def Lake Wendouree 2.0 (12)
Awards – Roland De Courcy, Brodie King,
Grech, Chloe Jones, Stephanie Newell Women’s Football
Awards – Charlotte Robinson, Hannah BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Axel Morton, Oliver De Courcy, Jimmy
Giannes, Holly Van Meel, Imogen Goulett, North Ballarat City 13.10 (88) def Creswick 0.0 (0) League Ladder
Chelsea Grech. Lake Wendouree 3.8 (26) def Redan 3.6 (24)
U/10 Reserves AFL Goldfields Women’s
U13 Girls Football: Bye. Ararat Storm 8.8 (56) def Carisbrook 0.2 (2)
Darley 7-5-47 def Redan 3-5-23 Team % PTS
Goals – Joseph Ford 2, Will Baselmans 1, NETBALL
U/11 Seniors RDFNL U18 Youth Girls 1 Redan....................... 1521.43 12
Noah Cini, Aidan Weaver, Cooper Davies, Gisborne White 13.14 (92) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 1.0 (6)
Darley 7 def Redan 5 2 East Point....................750.00 8
Jayden Bell
Goals – Mia Hayes 4, Alanah Tango 2, Melton Centrals 4.0 (24) def Gisborne Blue 1.7 (13) 3 Carisbrook..................267.26 8
Awards – Jayden Bell, Jordan Hudson,
Phoebe Vaughn 1 Darley Devils 19.13 (127) def Diggers Rest Burras 3.2 (20) 4 Gisborne.....................223.75 8
Harvey Hoey, Aidan Weaver, Olly Quick.
Awards – Alexis Milner, Amber Milner, Lila 5 Melton Centrals..........135.53 8
U/10 Development AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls 6 Bacchus Marsh............73.02 4
Darley v Redan Melton Centrals 8.12 (60) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0) 7 Ballarat.........................50.78 4
Awards – Jayden Murdoch, Layne David U/11 Reserves East Point Dragons 7.4 (46) def Sunbury Kangaroos 2.0 (12) 8 Lake Wendouree.........22.50 4
Ribbon, Rylee Burgess, Charlie Saw. Darley 10 def Redan 5
Lake Wendouree 8.18 (66) def Redan 0.2 (2) 9 Darley........................... 10.15 0
U/12 Seniors Goals – Abbey Vallence 7, Ellie Murphy 1,
Darley 13-8-86 def Redan 0-5-5 Tahlia Scicchitano BFNL U13 Junior Girls
BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Goals – Grant Hatcher 3, Cooper Jordan 2, Awards – Imogen Iredale, Reese Perry, Tahlia North Ballarat 7.10 (52) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0) 1 North Ballarat City....940.00 12
Jayven Tanner, Lonnie Forde 1, Max Hoey, Scicchitano. East Point Dragons 3.2 (20) def Ballarat Swans 2.3 (15) 2 Redan.......................... 148.15 8
Ned Loft, Lochie Nash, Jett Walker-Collins, U/13 Seniors Redan 10.10 (70) def Lakers 0.0 (0) 3 Laker Wendouree........78.57 8
Jesse Wilson Darley 19 lost Redan 24 4 Ararat Storm...............134.43 4
RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Awards – Kai Beattie, Joel Robinson, Cooper Goals – Milly Vallence 12, Bridie Shanahan 7 5 Ballarat Swans............100.00 4
Jordan, Jackson Davies, Jett Walker-Collins, Melton Centrals 7.7 (49) def Melton JFNC 1.1 (7)
Awards – Jessica Hodge, Milly Vallence, 6 Creswick......................34.65 4
Tyler Blackwell, Zeb Vincent. Bridie Shanahan. Bacchus Marsh Cobras 5.6 (36) def Gisborne White 3.1 (19) 7 Carisbrook..................13.23 4
U/12 Reserves U/13 Reserves
Darley 1-2-8 lost Redan 7-4-46 Darley 25 def Redan 8 AFL Goldfields Women’s Football RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
Goals – Chaz Jones 1 Goals – Ella Closter 13, Charlotte Drevensek 1 Sunbury Kangaroos.1533.33 12
Awards – Charlie Oughtred, Archie Colbron, 11, Sienna Duggan 1
League Top Goal Kickers 2 Melton Centrals........175.86 12
Rhys Younger, Chaz Jones, Angus Kristitz, Awards – Claudia Runge, Emma Shaw, AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition 3 Gisborne White...........700.00 8
Lucas Carnell. Charlotte Drevensek. Zoe Wathen East Point ................................. 9 4 Darley Devils...............321.82 8
U/14 Seniors Madalyn Clarke Bacchus Marsh......................... 8 5 Gisborne Blue..............63.24 4
U/15 Seniors
Darley 4-4-28 lost Redan 9-12-66 Emily Crawford Bacchus Marsh......................... 3 6 Diggers Rest Burras.....8.00 4
Darley 30 def Redan 25 7 Bacchus Marsh Cobras.8.47 0
Goals – Koby Churchill 1, Brady Wright,
Goals – Britney Ellis 21, Ella Percy 5, Takeya BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Keenan Chapman, Cooper Parson-Jones.
Tanner 4. Jorja Hammond North Ballarat......................... 7 AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
U/14 Reserves
U/15 Reserves RDFNL U18 Youth Girls 1 Lake Wendouree.. 4933.33 8
Darley 1-0-6 lost Redan 10-6-76
Darley 8 lost Redan 28 Watts Ruby Gisborne.................................... 9 2 Melton Centrals..........239.39 8
Goals – Kowan Ribbons 1.
Goals – Grace Holt 4, Isabella DiMieri 3, Imogen Goullet Darley........................................ 5 3 East Point Dragons.....173.40 8
U/16.5 Seniors Holly Van Meel Darley........................................ 5
Edyn Thomas 1. 4 Redan..........................169.41 8
No results recorded
U/17 Seniors Liv Mifsud Darley........................................ 4 5 Sunbury Kangaroos....58.90 4
U/16.5 Reserves
Darley 27 lost Redan 34 Jemima Woods Bacchus Marsh......................... 3 6 Melton JFNC.................3.08 0
Darley 4-0-24 lost Redan 18-28-135
Goals – Finn Burns 1, Baden Waldie. Goals – Emma Winzar 15, Ella Cook 9, Kaylee Amber Mifsud Darley........................................ 3
Banner 3. Brylee Stephens Darley........................................ 3 BFNL U13 Junior Girls
Youth Girls Football 1 North Ballarat..... 1000000.0012
U/17 Reserves AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
Darley 19-13-127 def Diggers Rest 3-2-20 2 Redan........................915.38 12
Goals – Liv Mifsud 3, Holly Van Meel, Darley 11 lost Redan 31 Amiilea Ross Lake Wendouree...................... 6
BFNL U13 Junior Girls 3 East Point Dragons...205.26 12
Danielle Sultana, Amber Mifsud 2, Imogen Goals – Ebony Pigott 5, Tenaya Mills 5,
4 Ballarat Swans............115.38 4
Goulett, Brylee 1, Hannah Grannes, Chelsea Keeley Growcott 1. Lianah Darcy East Point..................................11
5 Carisbrook...................15.31 4
RDFNL U13 Junior Girls

6 Ballarat Storm............... 7.89 4
Tamara Henry Bacchus Marsh......................... 7 7 Lakers..........................15.88 0
Maddie Scott Darley........................................ 6
Chloe Gibson Bacchus Marsh......................... 5 RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
By Todd Whelan noted, his output and pressure was there Tahlia Tschujasehenko Darley........................................ 3 1 Bacchus Marsh.........469.70 12
when it counted. Ruby Gellie Darley........................................ 2 2 Darley Devils...............314.29 8
DEVILS NEXT GEN WARD AND “Mitch has natural footy smarts, they’re Taruni Naidu Bacchus Marsh......................... 2 3 Gisborne White...........272.22 8
DODEMAIDE DEBUT hard to teach. “ Ruby Thomas Darley........................................ 2 4 Melton Centrals...........27.84 4
Whilst Darley rues its second loss on the (Mitch) Ward is the son of two-time Darley Janai Hayes Bacchus Marsh......................... 2 5 Melton JFNC.................8.97 4
scoreboard in as many weeks, the future premiership player Rod Ward and nephew
looks bright. of former Devils Henderson medalist Shayne AFL Goldfields Womens - Darley V Carisbrook Photo Tim Saultry
Darley coach Heath Scotland had no Ward.
hesitation blooding youngsters Mitch Ward Both Dodemaide and Ward were presented
and Jai Dodemaide into the fray for their first with their jumpers pre-game by Darley
taste of senior footy in last Saturday’s one legend Travis Edwards.
point loss to Sunbury.
Their selections came on the back of another DEVILS DEALT CRUEL SEASON
debutant and product of the junior program ENDING BLOW
Andrew Azzopardi the previous week. Darley hard-nut Dan Roy will miss the rest
The three young guns rotated through of the 2018 season after scans on his right
the wing, forward pocket and interchange, knee confirmed the worst, a rupture/tear
Coach Scotland ensuring suitable game time of the ACL. Roy was injured in the second
and exposure into the boys. quarter of the Devils opening round win
Ward and Dodemaide will reflect and against Bacchus Marsh.
remember their debuts for completely Recruited by the club in 2017 after successful
different reasons. stints in the Geelong and Goulburn
Dodemaide, 17, courageously set up Darley’s Valley Football leagues, Roy’s impact was
opening goal running back with the flight of immediate, playing an integral role in the
the ball. His ‘no fear’ effort in the opening Devils’ premiership winning season.
minutes led to him being catapulted into the Darley coach Heath Scotland was devastated
air and then later transferred to hospital at with the news for both Dan and the Club.
half-time for medical attention. Jai suffered “Dan is a senior player at our club, he’ll be
broken ribs as a result and will likely miss sorely missed. HIs ability in and under to
a month. impact the contest was first class. He’ll be
On the other hand Ward, 17, wasn’t as hard to replace.”
misfortunate. According to Coach Scotland, Roy, 29, later conceded to the Club the injury
Mitch had a sense of belonging. His has spelled a pre-mature end to his football
composure and cleanliness with the ball was career.
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Cobras collect Ballarat Football League

Results – Round 3

four big points

Bacchus Marsh 25.15 (165) def North Ballarat City 10.12 (72)

Ballarat Junior Football League East Point 13.7 (85) def Melton 12.11 (83)
two quarters. They kicked 17 Sunbury 9.9 (63) def Darley 9.8 (62)
Results – Round 3
goals to one with the breeze Lake Wendouree 8.17 (65) def Redan 7.10 (52)
over the first and third terms U16.5 Seniors
Ballarat 18.18 (126) def Sebastopol 9.11 (65)
- game over. The authority East Point 9.10 (64) def North Ballarat 3.5 (23)
and the ease at which the Redan 16.7 (103) def Darley 6.9 (45) Reserves
Cobras hit the scoreboard Ballarat 9.11 (65) def Mount Clear 6.4 (40) Bacchus Marsh 13.19 (97) def North Ballarat City 5.9 (39)
suggested the wind advan-
U16.5 Reserves East Point 12.11 (83) def Melton 6.5 (41)
tage was greater than 3-4
Bacchus Marsh 9.8 (62) def Lake Wendouree 7.7 (49) Darley 6.6 (42) def Sunbury 5.5 (35)
goals but it wasn’t the case.
When the Cobras were on East Point 10.17 (77) def North Ballarat 7.8 (50) Lake Wendouree 9.5 (59) def Redan 7.7 (49)
they were just unstoppable. Redan 14.12 (96) def Darley 2.3 (15) Ballarat 12.10 (82) def Sebastopol 7.10 (52)
North Ballarat on the other Ballarat 0.0 (0) def Sebastopol 5.10 (40)
hand, conceding experience U14 Seniors Under 18.5s
and depth, had few winners Lake Wendouree 4.7 (31) def Bacchus Marsh 4.2 (26) North Ballarat City 21.10 (136) def Bacchus Marsh 4.5 (29)
on the day but the efforts of East Point 7.6 (48) drew North Ballarat 7.6 (48) East Point 8.8 (56) def Melton 7.11 (53)
Will Young (6 goals) in a los-
by Todd Whelan Redan 9.12 (66) def Darley 4.4 (28) Sunbury 10.9 (69) def Darley 3.9 (27)
ing side was worth noting.
Young, a former Adelaide Sebastopol 4.6 (30) def Ballarat 4.4 (28) Lake Wendouree 16.5 (101) def Redan 4.8 (32)
Bacchus Marsh v North Crow draftee made the U14 Reserves
Ballarat CIty most of minimal forward 50 Lake Wendouree 11.9 (75) def Bacchus Marsh 4.3 (27)
BACCHUS MARSH simply entries with his endurance North Ballarat 12.9 (81) def East Point 1.1 (7)
BFL Top Goal Kickers
outclassed a youthful North and mark-up ability. The key Redan 11.10 (76) def Darley 1.0 (6) Seniors
Ballarat City at the weekend, forward put some respect William Young North Ballarat City................ 13
Sebastopol 6.5 (41) def Ballarat 5.4 (34)
winning comfortably by 93 into his side’s efforts on the Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh......................... 9
points. U12 Seniors
Any hint of a major upset Lake Wendouree 6.4 (40) def Bacchus Marsh 5.4 (34)
The Marsh victory was Reserves
was put to bed early as the soured late in the game with North Ballarat 8.10 (58) def East Point 4.1 (25) Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh........................10
Cobras booted seven goals the injury to captain Scott Darley 13.8 (86) def Redan 0.5 (5) Aaron Speak Darley....................................... 5
to nil in the opening term - a Sherlock who left the field Ballarat 6.8 (44) def Sebastopol 0.6 (6) Ross Gundry Darley........................................ 4
complete domination. clutching a dislocation of his U12 Reserves
Cobras ruckman Daniel left shoulder. Club trainers Lake Wendouree 2.3 (15) def Bacchus Marsh 0.4 (4) Under 18s
Burton gave first use of the were able to ‘pop it’ back in Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree.....................10
North Ballarat 5.9 (39) def East Point 1.1 (7)
ball to his hungry midfield in good time, and minimise Joel Cadman Darley........................................ 7
who were starved of footy the damage. Sherlock is Redan 7.4 (46) def Darley 1.2 (8)
Jack Bewley Darley........................................ 5
having come off the bye the certain to miss against Mel- Ballarat 5.1 (31) def Sebastopol 4.5 (29)
previous week. Inside mids ton South this Saturday and Mount Clear 12.10 (82) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0) Ballarat Football/Netball League
Jacob Chisari and 200-gamer looms as a likely withdrawal Ballarat Football/Netball League
Tyson Shea were foolproof from the BFNL Interleague Bacchus Marsh v North Ballarat City Results – Round 3
Results – Round 3
early while the outside team, who are scheduled to Photos Tim Saultry
run and finishing skills of Club A B C D 19&U E
meet the Goulburn Valley Bacchus Marsh 38 40 37 41 12 -
captain Scott Sherlock was at the MCG the following Nth Ballarat City 46 36 17 10 33 -
a stand out. The Cobras week. Melton 21 31 19 31 30 -
East Point 53 63 36 32 25 -
repeated entries into the Simon Lafranchi’s recent Sunbury 62 70 34 27 32 -
forward 50, in the first and run of bad luck with injury Darley 24 28 24 31 29 -
third terms especially, had continues. The half-back
Redan 50 -
Lake Wendouree 26 -
the City defenders on the flanker started well in his re-
back foot and unable to stop turn game before succumb-

the bleeding. ing to a groin strain late in
Ben Speight (4 goals) lived the day and a 3-4 week stint
up to the hype, his clean on the sidelines appears the

hands through traffic, agil- likely prognosis. Also, on
ity and footy smarts were a the outer is Cobras defender
level above. Athletic forward Lachie Phyland who too will
Aarron Willets (6 goals) is a miss this week after being Seniors
prime example of reward for sighted for striking. Team % PTS
effort and work rate. Willets In more welcoming news 1 Sunbury....................184.57 12
consistently presents all day, for the club, hard running 2 East Point.................. 151.50 12
marks and finishes well. His premiership player Logan 3 Lake Wendouree......144.66 12
GPS numbers would be in Blundell looks set to return 4 Bacchus Marsh...........161.33 8
the elite category of any key for his first game this year. 5 Melton.........................125.35 8
forward in the competition. 6 North Ballarat City.......95.96 8
Cobras favorite son Tyson 7 Darley............................87.17 4
Jake Owen (4 goals) turned
Shea (2 goals) in his 200th 9 Ballarat..........................76.40 4
City’s headache to a mi-
game was applauded as he 9 Melton South................76.22 4
graine. While his contested
left the field post-match on 10 Sebastopol.................58.93 0
marking, goalkicking, ruck 11 Redan..........................53.94 0
the shoulders of his team-
work forward to advantage
mates. The milestone, the
are features we’re getting Reserves
appreciation and the joys
used to, it was his forward 1 East Point..................223.85 12
of victory all reflected in 2 Bacchus Marsh.........218.67 12
pressure and ability at
a cheesy grin and a hand- 3 Lake Wendouree...... 127.78 12
ground level that impressed.
raised salute to the crowd. 4 Redan..........................173.77 8
Let’s be honest, the Cobras 5 Darley..........................123.02 8
Job done, well done.
best is very good. But for how 6 Melton South................85.35 4
long can they sustain their Next week’s Apple 98.5FM
7 Sunbury.......................84.39 4
‘very good’ in matches? This Match of the Round is Dar- 8 Ballarat...........................83.84 4
will be the challenge handed ley v Lake Wendouree LIVE 9 Sebastopol...................64.03 4
to coach Travis Hodgson and AT 2PM from Darley Park. 10 Melton........................61.80 4
the playing group over the BACCHUS MARSH - 7.4 11 North Ballarat City......49.62 0
coming weeks and one that 10.9 20.12 25.15
Under 18.5s
he is well aware of. He was NORTH BALLARAT - 0.3
1 North Ballarat City.... 475.51 12
humble in his assessment. 4.5 5.7 10.12 2 Lake Wendouree...... 293.15 12
“Overall it (the win) was BACCHUS MARSH 3 Sunbury....................190.83 12
very pleasing... the reality (GOALS) Willets 6, Owen 4, 4 East Point..................122.58 12
is we need to be better for Speight, Coulton 2, Sherlock, 5 Darley..........................133.75 8
longer. When we’re not play- Shea, R. Stuhldrier, B. Grif- 6 Melton.........................132.89 4
ing well, we leak goals far fiths 1, D. Phyland, M. Chisar 7 Ballarat.........................53.59 4
8 Bacchus Marsh............22.36 4
too easily,” Hodgson said. BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) 9 Melton South................19.23 4
Despite the one-sided re- Sherlock, Willets, Burton, 10 Redan..........................42.86 0
sult, the Cobras won just Owen, Del Papa. 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0
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new families to the club.
Junior Footy
The 3 under 10 sides are developing really well. They are working
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the game. The Under 12 reserves fell short but learnt a lot from a
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club

Results - Round 4
Under 13s Div 1 Open
Bacchus Marsh Red (1) lost Sebastopol Vikings (2)
Goal - David Dillon (1). Central Highlands Football League
Under 13s Div 2 Open Seniors
Results - Round 5
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (1) drew Sebastopol Vikings (1)
Seniors Team % PTS
Goal - Cameron Gilliland (1).
Buninyong 14.9 (93) def Hepburn 6.7 (43) 1 Beaufort....................222.61 16
Under 15s Div 1 Open
Waubra 13.17 (95) def Gordon 4.8 (32) 2 Learmonth.................195.55 16
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Ballarat Red  (2)
Goal - Cairo Arahanga (1). Bungaree 9.15 (69) def R’wood/C’hap 7.10 (52) 3 Newlyn......................180.82 16
Skipton 10.10 (70) def Daylesford 8.12 (60) 4 Buninyong................. 168.18 16
Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat Eureka Strikers (8). Newlyn 13.12 (90) def Creswick 5.4 (34) 5 Waubra ..................... 147.24 16
Learmonth 15.15 (105) def C’ham/Linton 9.4 (58) 6 Springbank................142.55 16
Senior Womens Div. 1
Beaufort 21.10 (136) def Ballan 5.6 (36) 7 Hepburn..................... 87.47 12
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Forrest Rangers (2).
Dunnstown 12.11 (83) def Springbank 11.11 (77) 8 Creswick.................... 87.34 12
9 Dunnstown................. 78.74 12
10 Skipton...................... 75.51 12
Buninyong 16.11 (107) def Hepburn 1.5 (11)
11 Bungaree.....................94.87 8
Gordon 8.6 (54) def Waubra 4.15 (39)
12 Gordon........................86.07 8
R’wood/C’hap 7.10 (52) def Bungaree 7.6 (48)
13 C’ham/Linton ...............67.15 8
Daylesford 9.6 (60) def Skipton 3.3 (21)
14 R’wood/C’hap.............63.29 8
Creswick 6.6 (42) def Newlyn 5.6 (36)
15 Clunes.........................48.43 4
Learmonth 16.4 (100) def C’ham/Linton 2.5 (17)
16 Daylesford...................59.39 0
Beaufort 12.4 (76) def Ballan 5.2 (32)
17 Ballan..........................52.05 0
Dunnstown 14.9 (93) def Springbank 7.4 (46)
Clunes 8.7 (55) def Smythesdale 7.6 (48)
Under 18 1 Beaufort....................449.47 20
Buninyong 6.12 (48) def Hepburn 6.11 (47) 2 Learmonth................ 364.23 20
Gordon 6.14 (50) def Waubra 2.7 (19) 3 Buninyong.................281.38 16
Bungaree 11.10 (76) def R’wood/C’hap 8.12 (60) 4 Creswick...................135.75 16
Skipton 13.14 (92) def Daylesford 1.3 (9) 5 R’wood/C’hap...........130.45 12
Newlyn 10.13 (73) def Creswick 4.8 (32) 6 Dunnstown................ 119.57 12
Learmonth 10.7 (67) def C’ham/Linton 4.4 (28) 7 Bungaree...................114.16 12
Beaufort 13.11 (89) def Ballan 3.5 (23) 8 Smythesdale............. 101.72 12
Springbank 14.10 (94) def Dunnstown 1.0 (6) 9 Hepburn..................... 92.74 12
Clunes 11.13 (79) def Smythesdale 6.2 (38) 10 Waubra.......................104.26 8
Under 15 11 Clunes.........................69.81 8
Buninyong 17.12 (114) def Hepburn 3.5 (23) 12 Ballan..........................66.88 8
Gordon 13.8 (86) def Waubra 1.0 (6) 13 C’ham/Linton...............53.94 8
Bungaree 9.6 (60) def R’wood/C’hap 3.5 (23) 14 Newlyn....................... 105.14 4
Skipton 11.8 (74) def Daylesford 2.0 (12) 15 Gordon........................ 51.83 4
Creswick 11.13 (79) def Newlyn 1.4 (10) 16 Skipton........................45.50 4
Learmonth 9.12 (66) def C’ham/Linton 5.2 (32) 17 Daylesford...................40.76 4
Beaufort 22.16 (148) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 18 Springbank..................49.44 0
Springbank 16.8 (104) def Dunnstown 0.0 (0)
Smythesdale 7.11 (53) def Clunes 2.1 (13) Under 18
Smythesdale 13.13  (91) def Gordon 3.2  (20) 1 Springbank............... 605.38 20
2 Learmonth................. 367.19 20
Central Highlands Netball League 3 Hepburn....................531.62 16
Central Highlands Netball League 4 Beaufort.................... 217.22 16
Results– –Round
Results Round55 5 Buninyong.................212.07 16
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 6 Newlyn...................... 171.89 16
Beaufort 9 5 25 21 27 19 7 C’ham/Linton.............142.80 12
Ballan 3 19 18 20 32 52 8 Gordon.......................90.23 12
Hepburn 25 12 42 27 34 46 9 Skipton....................... 75.15 12
Buninyong 43 48 37 34 19 60
Skipton 5 12 20 24 33 50
10 Creswick.................... 121.32 8
Daylesford 11 22 23 27 14 16 11 Waubra.......................120.45 8
Springbank 8 21 12 21 49 54 12 R’wood/C’hap ............90.83 8
Dunnstown 25 17 27 16 34 53 13 Dunnstown.................. 51.21 8
Waubra 5 26 20 21 41 38
14 Bungaree....................58.36 4
Gordon 29 12 37 28 25 29
15 Clunes......................... 41.32 4
Ballan Golf Club Clunes
20 16 Smythesdale...............31.80 0
Results - Week ending Saturday 5 May Carngham 31 9 3 19 30 21 17 Ballan.......................... 14.51 0
Learmonth 10 43 54 45 36 78
Wednesday Competition 18 Daylesford.................... 9.41 0
Creswick 20 12 14 19 26 48
Winner Frank White (25) 38 points on a c/b from Barry Lenaghan (14). Newlyn 9 16 30 41 31 35
Rokewood 9 - 8 20 16 18 Under 15
Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. NTP - 15th Bob Arklay.
Bungaree 16 - 39 49 47 65 1 Springbank.............. 1580.56 20
Saturday Stroke 2 Skipton..................... 1311.36 20
(Final Round Club Championships & Monthly Medal)
Daily Event:
CHFL Goal Kickers 3 Gordon..................... 896.97 20
4 Bungaree..................378.33 18
A Grade - Winner of Medal Barry Sims 73-11-62, R/up Anthony Moore 69-6-63. 5 Creswick.................. 300.00 16
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree..................................16
B Grade - Winner Nick Sims 75-14-61, R/up Michael Di Fiore 76-13-63. 6 Smythesdale.............225.55 16
C Grade - Winner Aggy Germon 83-20-63, R/up Rob Brown 86-20-66. Reserves 7 R’wood/C’hap........... 210.79 12
NTPs - 2nd Brian Cran, 12th Richard Jones & Michael Di Fiore, 15th Ken Muhlhan. James Slater Beaufort....................................14 8 Buninyong..................197.14 12
Magpies - 14th Barry Sims, 18th Paul Rogers. Rodney Watts Ballan.......................................14
9 Daylesford.................. 74.37 12
Balls 6, Cut-off 66: Nick Sims, Aggy Germon, Rob Brown, Barry Sims, Anthony Moore, Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 12
10 Beaufort...................162.92 10
Michael Di Fiore. Under 18s 11 Learmonth...................55.69 8
Championship Final Results: James Spicer Springbank............................. 44 12 Dunnstown..................53.51 4
Stroke: 2018 Club Champion Anthony Moore Under 15s 13 C’ham/Linton............... 51.73 4
A Grade - Winner Anthony Moore 287. B Grade - Winner Kevin Lockman 323. Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 48 14 Newlyn........................36.29 4
C Grade - Winner Rob Brown 333. Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 23 15 Waubra........................24.94 4
Nett: Tom Bond Trophy Rob Brown 249. Lachlan Reynolds Gordon......................................16 16 Hepburn...................... 24.16 0
A Grade - Play-off required: Peter Di Fiore v Chris Tudor 255. Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree..................................14 17 Clunes..........................4.85 0
B Grade - Winner Ken Muhlhan 272. C Grade - Winner Vic Buttigieg 267. Max Filmer Bungaree................................. 12 18 Ballan...........................0.81 0
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Winery hosts muscle cars
By Stefan Nechwatal

I arrived at St. Anne’s in Myrniong astonished at the

massive expanses of show cars which stretched across the
estate at the recent Classic Muscle Car Show.
You could not choose a more idyllic location for such an
event. The McLean family built the estate and have owned
and operated this winery since 1972. The architecture is
symbolic of those times, rugged timber and stone, which
provides a warm character to the many uses, one of the
most popular being a wedding venue.
Organiser Josh says the Classic Car Club chose the Winery
as a location because they “wanted to provide an enjoyable
family day - motoring, wine, good food, a market and some
great dance music”.
Many hundreds of all categories of vehicles were parked
for visitors to view. There were associated trade stalls
around the winery buildings, and a large market and food
truck/caravan village serving families enjoying their day
out together. It was easy to find the Rockabilly music and
dancers; it blasted out of the main hall and on the dance
floor, couples worked up a sweat, gyrating to the fantastic
sounds of the 50s and 60s.
Having eaten lunch, my wife and I checked out all the
stalls and one interesting one, manned by Terry from
Gisborne, caught my eye, because I had spoken to him at the
Marsh Rodders, Maddingley Park Swap Meet, earlier this
year. Terry is very talented and makes miniature motoring
and railway dioramas and garage/workshop scenes in
miniature, which he sells at markets. (See image)
As we had walked into the main food area, I had spied a
car display area, down a slope and in a picturesque gully
and said to Jan, we must check that out, why it’s separate
from the other displays. It appeared this held some of
the more unusual vehicles, and a teardrop camper had
us quickening our steps as we are big fans of these retro
units. We walked down the slope and a striking blue coupe
caught my gaze. I said to Jan, with excitement, “I know that
car, I think it’s on the cover of Cruzin magazine!” It surely
was - this immaculate 34 Chev had its boot open and the
owner, Darian Morano, had displayed there some copies
of the popular monthly mag, with pages open to show the
featured story of his spectacular ‘glass rod. Peeked inside
the yellow teardrop caravan and marvelled at the Ford GT
40 race car nearby.
Altogether, a wonderful and stimulating Sunday outing
and easy to see the crowds loved it with the numbers
attending bursting at the seams.
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