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Tuesday 6 June, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 22

Ballan Jockey Club President Billy Smith with Catherine Moon and the actual Melbourne Cup that will visit Ballan as part of the Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour on October 11. Former VRC Chief Steward Des
Gleeson and race caller Bryan Martin were at the official launch to hear Ballan has a chosen destination. Still celebrating at the launch were connections of the 2016 Melbourne Cup Winner, Almandin, Vin

BALLAN strikes gold
Samintino and Michael Gudinski. Photos – Helen Tatchell

By Helen Tatchell President Billy Smith said it was an exciting time for not just was bred at Ballark, home of Mr Donald Wallace and one
the Club, but the town of Ballan and the shire. of the greatest Melbourne Cup winners, Carbine, 1890, also
The sport of king’s holy grail is coming to Ballan. “There is hardly a person in Australia that has not heard owned by Mr Wallace. Carbine carried 10st 5lbs (65.7kgs) in a
Worth close to $200,000, the iconic 18-carat gold 2017 of the Melbourne Cup and this tour takes in Ballan on its record time, beating 38 other runners and ran second in the
Melbourne Cup will visit the number three town on the journey throughout the country and New Zealand. 1889 Cup.
Emirates Melbourne Cup tour list, just one of 31 destinations “This is a real coup for the community to have such a The Ballan Jockey Club has a committee of volunteers and
throughout Australasia. fine piece of racing history displayed in our town and a holds an annual Cup at Geelong racecourse in November,
The Victorian Racing Club (VRC) announcement came at an compliment to the Jockey Club that has been involved in the with all the glitz and glamour as their city counterparts.
official launch last week at the Macedon training property racing industry for over 150-years,” Mr Smith said. This year the cup will be held on Saturday 11 November.
of five-time winning Melbourne Cup owner Lloyd Williams. Information from the Ballan Shire Historical Society boasts Catherine Moon can be contacted on 0409 007 913 for dining
Just a Dash brought home the first Cup in 1985 for Mr three Melbourne Cup winners from the 1800s, that called packages, marquees and fashions on the field information.
Williams and Almandin, won by a nose in a thrilling finish Moorabool home. The Melbourne Cup tour will begin on July 1 and visit
in 2016. The first winner in the district was Malua, 1884, owned by Ballan on Wednesday 11 October. The Club will provide the
Ballan Jockey Club committee put in their submission to Mr J.O. Inglis from Ingliston. community an opportunity to come together and experience
be part of the tour and were successful; selected for their Two other Melbourne Cup winning horses resided at the the magic of the Melbourne Cup. Further details will be
passion for racing and community spirit. historic Ballark property, just south of Ballan. Mentor, 1888, released in coming months.

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Art show paints the picture
By Kate Taylor

Even if you don’t consider
yourself to be an oil paint-
ing, you could win an oil
portrait at this year’s Bac-
chus Marsh Rotary art show.
Taking place this coming

Costly family
June long weekend, the
event, now in its 47th year, is
bigger and better than ever
before.

argument
“This year the usual venue
of the Public Hall has been
reinvigorated with an ex-
tensive array of upgrades
and improvements, includ-
By Oliver Powell
ing new kitchen and toilet
facilities,” explained Rotary A 45-year old Ballan man, charged with resisting arrest,
Art Show Chairman Peter has been handed a $500 fine with conviction from a Bacchus
Shilton. Marsh Magistrate last Friday.
“There is the very popular Paul Duggan was alleged to have clashed with police on
Gala Opening Night on Fri- March 25 this year when they arrived at his residence. Police
day 9 June, which ensures Peter Shilton with artist Anuradha Patel who will display her work at the Art Show were attending in response to a triple 000 call regarding an
that this popular event starts Photo – Jessica Howard alleged domestic violence incident.
with a bang.” at both Camberwell and dedicated photography sec-
night, it comes down to the The court heard Duggan met the officers in the driveway of
Mr Shilton said that while art. Royal Melbourne Art Shows, tion, and although art works his home and began yelling “this is my property” and “you
the Art Show and Sale is “The artworks for sale are is an Honorary Life Member are mainly in the form of have no right to arrest me”.
essentially a Rotary fund- many (about 550 pieces this of the Victorian Artist’s Soci- paintings, collages, sculp- Duggan’s defence said this was just an “out of the blue,
raiser, it is also a wonderful year) and varied, both in ety, and has held over 30 solo tures and ceramics are also incredibly stupid incident”. “Mr Duggan has no violent prior
opportunity for local busi- price and style. exhibitions. included. convictions, and says that he and his family rarely argue.”
nesses to network and local This year’s judge for the Art
“This year, as something The cost to visit the Art The incident was believed to have stemmed from an
people to catch up, as they Show is Rebecca Edwards.
a little different, at the Gala Show is $35 on the Gala argument with Mr Duggan’s son about which sporting codes
enjoy viewing and purchas- She is a PhD candidate in Art
Opening Night we will be Opening Night with music, make more money, and when the son left the argument
ing artworks whilst sipping auctioning the opportunity History at the University of
food and drink inclusive continued with Duggan’s wife.
wine and eating delicious for someone to sit for a por- Melbourne and an Assistant
canapes. and the opportunity to be The 15-year old daughter of the accused is alleged to have
trait on Saturday June 10 by Curator (Australian Paint-
the first to purchase art. Pub- called police because “he and his wife never fight”.
Many local businesses have well- known realist painter, ing, Sculpture and Decora-
supported and sponsored tive Arts before 1980) of the lic viewing and sales times The Magistrate said despite it being an irregular occurrence
Gregory R Smith, who has
the Art Show over the 47 National Gallery of Victoria. are Saturday 10 and Sunday “your daughter was frightened enough to call the police”.
won “Best Oil Painting in
years, and have helped en- Show” at Bacchus Marsh on Prize money of $7,600 is 11 June 10am-5pm; Monday “You seem like a happy family, but on this night you carried
sure its longevity. three previous occasions. He available and is spread over 12 June 10am-4pm. Cost is on like a pork chop”.
At the end of the day, or has also won “Best in Show” nine categories. There is a Adults $8. Duggan was given one month to pay the $500 fine.

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Poo holds the answers Foodie Dunn good
By Jessica Howard By Jessica Howard
Cats and foxes may be eat-
Bacchus Marsh Grammar
ing some of Moorabool’s
student Hannah Dunn has
most threatened species.
been recognised for her cu-
Brush tailed phascogales, linary prowess.
eastern pygmy possums,
The school-leaver was one
greater gliders and growling
of just two students around
grass frogs are just some of
the state to be awarded the
the species known to be lo-
Premier’s Award for Hospi-
cated throughout the region.
tality (VCE VET).
Moorabool Landcare Net-
Hannah said she was “com-
work facilitator, Roger Mac-
pletely shocked”.
Raild said a new survey,
which tests what foxes and “I was never really the
cats have been eating, may smart one in school and
Tracks, Scats & other Traces. Photo Barbara Trigg
provide some answers. when I found out that I had
“The Moorabool Land- (pooh) for the hair and bones A guide to identifying the won the award, and that I
care Network has received of Moorabool’s threatened had placed second in the
right faeces and safe han-
DELWP (Department of species. state for hospitality, it was
dling can be found at www.
Environment, Land Water just incredible.
“In a 2012 report the Aus- mln.org.au.
and Planning) funding to tralian Wildlife Conserv- “The awards are given to
For more information, or the top percentage of stu-
conduct surveys for threat- ancy has estimated that each
ened fauna in the Shire and feral cat kills between five to obtain a paper copy of dents in each subject and
we are seeking support from and 30 animals a day. the guide and a ziplock bag as there weren’t a lot of
the community”. “We need your help to find for collection, contact Roger students doing hospitality,
Mr MacRaild said the sur- the samples [of faeces] across MacRaild on 0459 622 or 488 only two percent of the state
vey collects and tests faeces the shire”. or facilitator@mln.org.au. received the award. That’s
opposed to something like
business or English, where
more students do it, so about
Shrubs for Fodder Workshop six per cent would win”.
Hannah graduated from Hannah Dunn with her certificate from the Gala evening.

Wednesday 21st June 2017 Bacchus Marsh Grammar
in 2016 and has since started
Photo - submitted

tacts, but I went through all to one-day begin research-
a three-year apprentice-
10am-3pm ship with Peter Rowland
Catering.
of the interview stages on
my own and it was an in-
ing and developing food
overseas.
The prestigious busi- credible feeling when I got “I’ve always wanted to
ness caters for a number of the job. work in hospitality and in
Lot 8, Ironbark Road, Ingliston high-end events including “The school also provided the future I want to be able
the Australian Grand Prix, me with the hospitality to create and develop dishes
Shrub grazing is a sustainable farming practice
the World’s Longest Lunch certificate necessary for the by looking into the science
in that it gives farmers the potential to carry and the National Gallery of apprenticeship. There were side of food.
more stock through the summer and in periods Victoria. so many amazing teachers “Hospitality just brings so
of drought. Hannah said the appren- there and we had such a much joy to everyone. You
ticeship was an amazing small amount of students, can’t beat the look on peo-
At this workshop, we’ll look at a trial site opportunity. who were all really well sup- ple’s face that show they
for forage/shrub grazing of predominantly “The teachers at school ported by the teachers”. enjoy the food just as much
indigenous saltbush species and talk about helped me with a few con- Hannah said she hoped as you do cooking for them”.
the existing data, as well as what this trial will
involve.

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Art from generations Wind farm
changes direction
By Jessica Howard

Artists both young and old
have contributed to a local art
exhibition.
By Kate Taylor many neighbours, would be a real can
Ballan District Health and
of worms for them,” Mr McMahon
Care’s Childcare Centre has been The Lal Lal wind farm has been sold. said.
working with aged care residents
WestWind Energy last week an- “There is great risk of noise regula-
on its annual art show, to be held
nounced that it had sold the project, tions being exceeded when turbines
next Friday June 16.
which comprises turbines at both placed so close together interfere with
The exhibition will include art-
Yendon and Elaine, to Macquarie each other. The Planning Panel had
works, images and objects from
Capital. significant reservations with a num-
different generations as well as
The sale came shortly after Victorian ber of the proposed Planning Permit
artwork by the centre’s children.
Planning Minister, Richard Wynne, changes, yet the Planning Minister
This year, the exhibition theme
approved changes to the planning ignored these concerns and approved
is Talking About My Generation.
permit for the Lal Lal Wind Farm, fol- most of them. In doing so, he has only
Highlights will include a new lowing a panel hearing late last year. put more worms in the can, so to
Indigenous-themed painting for Hamish’s painted hand is part of the artwork created with the help of Tammy
A number of parties objected to the speak. He has made a uniquely risky
the Childcare Centre, created by Gilson. Photo – Helen Tatchell
permit, which approves turbines wind project even more risky.”
Tammy Gilson and Jacinta Da-
a collaborative and community “The children are really keen to more than 160 metres high. Mr McMahon had words of advice
mons, and comprising of 70-80
project. share their work with the wider WestWind Energy Managing Direc- for the wind farm’s new owners.
individual handprints contrib-
uted by the children and BDHC “As a local resident, I am con- community,” she said. tor Tobias Geiger said the sale marked “If Macquarie’s Directors choose to
aged care residents. nected to the land and it was an “The whole community is in- a significant step forward in the Lal proceed with this project, we hope
BDHC Childcare Centre edu- honour to volunteer my time and vited, not just friends and family. Lal Wind Farm’s development. that they will take heed of their Duty
cational leader, Jacinta Damons input to the project. I did this for This exhibition is for everyone to “The sale marks a major milestone for of Care to the hundreds of near neigh-
said the piece of artwork de- my ancestors and also for com- see and everyone to enjoy”. the Lal Lal Wind Farm and the local bours here, including hosts, not all of
picted Bunjil the eagle overlook- munity awareness”. The exhibition forms part of community, with ongoing prepara- whom are happy with the proposed
ing an important part of Ballan’s Ms Gilson and her daughter also the educational work at BDHC’s tions taking place to commence con- turbine size increase either.
indigenous land. contributed handprints to the Childcare Centre, which sup- struction activities, which will bring “Should turbines be poorly placed,
“Tammy drew a sketch for us artwork. ports the children to develop a economic benefits to the region,’’ Mr such that legal noise levels are ex-
and with her knowledge, we The Childcare Centre’s art ex- sense of belonging and place. Geiger said. ceeded, our community will not
transferred it onto canvas,” she hibition will also feature a gen- In recent months, the children But John McMahon, a local resident hesitate to take Macquarie to task. We
said. erational display from the Ballan have benefited from fortnightly who spearheaded a campaign lobby- are already planning a background
“The painting is made up of Shire Historical Society, which visits from the Koori preschool ing against the towers being so close noise-testing program, which would
handprints left by people aged will include historic images of and from regular visits from lo- to homes and so high, was surprised ensure that excessive noise is prop-
between two to 82-years-old. It local schools and local school cal Indigenous community mem- by the purchase made. erly calculated for the benefit of noise
portrays the land, the sky and students, and a number of tra- ber, Tammy Gilson. “Many in our community are sur- nuisance action.
the water, and depicts a sense of ditional toys have been made by The art show will commence at prised at Macquarie’s purchase of the “Our community has a history of
belonging”. the aged care residents. 6:30pm at the Ballan Childcare project, as we know that the current standing up for itself. Unfortunately,
Wadawurrung woman, Tammy Ms Damons said she expected it Centre, 88A Simpson Street, plan for such large turbines placed after ten years of doing this, we have
Gilson said it’s great to be part of to be a “fantastic” event. Ballan. so close together, and so close to so no choice but to continue.”

WELCOME NATHAN WHITE Moorabool Shire Council
Elders Financial Planning
Ballarat would like to
welcome Nathan White
to our advice team.
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
Nathan will be providing The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 7 June, 2017
at the Bungaree Community Centre, Bungaree, commencing at 5.00pm.
tailored Financial Advice Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
to new and existing clients
EMPLOYMENT
in the following areas: Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
• Superannuation Customer Service Officer – Casual position – Applications close Friday 9 June 2017.
Library Officer – Casual Position – Applications close Friday 9 June 2017.
• Investment All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
• Retirement Planning
• Centrelink DOG AND CAT REGISTRATIONS FINAL REMINDER
All dogs and cats aged three months and older must be registered by law. All registrations
• Life Insurance
Welcome were due on 10 April, 2017.
• Income Protection Final reminder notices have been sent to those pet owners who have not yet renewed their
aboard dog and cat registrations.
Nathan White is an Authorised Representative
Nathan! Moorabool Shire Council is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership.
Have you recently obtained a new puppy or kitten under the age of 12 months that is not
of Elders Financial Planning Pty Ltd
yet registered? If so, you can register your new puppy and kitten with Council for only $5.50.
ABN 48 007 997 186 AFSL 224645
Proof of age is required.
All cats and dogs being registered for the first time must be implanted with a microchip.
New dog and cat registrations can be paid in person at a Council office. Renewals can be paid
Address: 1st Floor, 37 Main Road, Ballarat in person, BPAY or Post Billpay.
Phone: (03) 5332 9493 Failure to register your cat or dog may result in a penalty infringement being issued.
Registering your dog and cat is their return ticket home should they become lost.
Web: www.eldersfpballarat.com.au See our website or phone us for more information.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342
Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
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Court in
Newborns action
in the
By Oliver Powell

district
An assault on an ex-girlfriend has been
adjourned for three months by the Magistrate
in Bacchus Marsh court.
Babies born The Magistrate decided that despite not
“seeing any remorse” he would give the
recently at defendant a chance to prove a change in
behaviour due to her clean history of violent
Bacchus Marsh Leeanne and Josh from Melton have welcomed crimes.
baby number four, a boy. Arriving on Saturday 6 It is a girl for first time Bacchus Marsh parents
and Melton May at 2.38pm, little William Eric weighed 7lb 6oz Suelen RUSSO and Kieran TIBBLES. Arriving on Krystle Woods faced a charge of
(3340 grams) and is a new brother for Jacob, Wednesday 31 May at 7.09pm, Maya weighed 7lb Intentionally Causing Injury and another
Regional Hospital Tenee and Noah. 14oz. charge of Causing Damage.
Woods allegedly assaulted her former
partner on the morning of December 9 last
Advertisement year, after an argument stemmed from the
reason for the couple’s break-up.
The court heard the argument took place
in the victim’s car, where Woods began
attacking her. The assault was alleged to
have spilled out of the car when the victim
pulled over. Woods was then alleged to have
proceeded to smash the victim’s phone and
kick her car, causing damage.
Woods sought a non-conviction due to her
hopeful future career prospects.
The Magistrate was unwilling to allow the
charge to go unconvicted without some
repentance, believing that “if this was a
bloke we wouldn’t be debating a conviction,
we would be debating jail time”.
The case was adjourned for three months
so Ms Woods could seek anger management
counselling.

Depot may co-
exist with CFA
By Kate Taylor

A new council depot may be able to piggy-
back the new CFA training centre when it is
built near Ballan.
Council has been planning to build a new
depot for many years, and the project is in
this year’s draft budget documents – but
it’s still early days in terms of negotiating
to build it on land that was only announced
as purchased by the state government this

Find the help you need with month.
“It is something we discussed with the CFA
two years ago,” said Moorabool Shire Coun-
If you’re finding it harder to do the things you used to, you might need a bit cil CEO in response to questions from the
of support at home. The Australian Government’s phone line and Moorabool News about the potential of join-
ing the projects.
website can help you to: “We will need to revisit the possibility in
the context of the 2017/18 Draft Budget dis-
Access services to support you with: Find information in one spot on: cussions and CFA operational requirements.
There is nothing formal at this stage.”
• Transport • Different types of services Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell is
(e.g. appointments and activities) (in home support, short-term care, welcoming discussion on the potential pro-
aged care homes) ject piggyback.
• Household jobs “I would hope that all options are left on
(e.g. vacuuming and preparing meals) • Your eligibility the table, that they don’t draw a line through
any. This is a good opportunity to show that
• Modifications to your home governments can work smarter by working
(e.g. hand rails, ramps)
• Your contribution to the cost hand in hand,” he said.
Either way, the project is expected to cost in
• Nursing and personal care • Organisations that provide the millions.
(e.g. help getting dressed, help shaving) aged care In 2016/17 council provided $150k for a de-
tailed design of a new depot.
It is proposed in the Draft 2017/18 Budget to
make available $1million in loans plus $500k
Connect with on in cash, plus it is proposed in 2018/19 to pro-
vide $1.5million in loan funds.
www.myagedcare.gov.au or call 1800 200 422 The detailed design is proceeding to finalise
costs and layout of the Council site in Had-
*1800 calls are free from land lines; calls from mobile phones might be charged.
don Drive, Ballan.
The Draft Budget is out for comment and
Authorised by the Australian Government, Capital Hill, Canberra needs approval by Council before any major
project can proceed.
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NBN - buyer
beware caution
By Kate Taylor would have had to spend The problem is… all of the matter, Tony emailed local
thousands of more dol- advice was wrong. ADSL member Don Nardella with
When a local NBN Co con- lars upgrading my existing is not being phased out at his complaint, noting that
tractor tried to sell Mad- internal infrastructure as Tony’s address. NBN Co deals with its own
dingley resident and busi- the fixed wireless system When Tony contacted the complaints and no other de-
ness owner Tony Attard an is not compatible with my Department of Telecommu- partments, nor the industry

Kind donation
inferior service, he was onto situation - having a shop and nications, he was told that ombudsman, has jurisdic-
them straight away. dwelling on the same prop- his property falls under the tion over NBN Co.
Tony had contacted Optus erty over 200m apart,” Tony ‘legacy network’ and that “…so who polices their
after seeing ads that NBN explained. means that his area will conduct?
was available in his area, But as it turns out, Tony have ADSL available for the
“Local consumers are not
and when he asked if he knows his stuff – he’s a foreseeable future. By Kate Taylor
being well informed of their
would receive fibre to the qualified electrician, and he And, more than that, Tony options, are signing up Ballan District Health and Care has been stitched up with a
node NBN – he was told that holds a telecommunications says the department told
without proper consultation, new donation.
yes, he would. license. him that NBN Co should
and, in some cases, are being
The next thing Tony knew, “The Operator coordinat- have known that all along. It came after members of quilting group ‘Scattered Stitches’
delivered a service which is made their annual pilgrimage to Ballan to stay at the
NBN text messaged him ing the job/consultation for “…so basically, they lied to inferior to that which exist- Millhouse Retreat, where they sew together, enjoy each
with an installation date NBN Co from HILLS, the me.”
ing fixed-line ADSL now other’s company and share their passion for quilting.
he’d been booked in for. It supervisor organising trades And with his parents provides.”
was without his consent – and the installer who came among those in the area This year, the group decided to donate one of their quilts to
and it wasn’t for what he had The Moorabool News asked Ballan District Health & Care.
to the site all said in no un- pressured into installations
been told. NBN Co to comment on the
certain terms that my ADSL booked without consent, Ballan Hostel residents and staff members visited the Retreat
issue, and explain why resi-
And when Tony spoke to a service would be switched Tony is sure other locals are to accept the magnificent quilt, which will cover the bed in
also being put onto inferior dents have been given the
supervisor for NBN’s con- off in a couple years, and I the palliative care suite.
tractor, who would do the services. wrong information.
would have to take up the The Scattered Stitches group was particularly impressed by
installation, he was told that fixed wireless NBN service, “I am disgusted at how little “Unfortunately we are un- the enthusiasm and quilting knowledge shown by Margaret
he would have to pay for which is a glorified GSM to no information about the able to provide the informa- Chittock, a Ballan Hostel resident - two days later, the group
substantial infrastructure network on the building, installation was given and tion that you have requested, visited the Ballan Hostel and presented Margaret with a lap
upgrades to have the same which I was not convinced that my consultation of the we apologise for any incon- quilt that they created during their stay in Ballan.
service currently received, would be stable enough to premises was booked in as venience caused,” read the
“I just really love it, I do several crafts but not quilting,”
because ADSL was being run my POS system off, and I an installation even though NBN Co response.
Margaret explained.
phased out in the area. was not willing to pay more I made it clear that I wanted “NBN is under no obliga-
“It’s a knee rug, and it’s so beautiful, it’s different colours.”
“In a nutshell, I felt like I to upgrade my infrastruc- the facts before I proceeded.” tion to provide our custom-
BDHC CEO Wayne Weaire welcomed the donations.
was being pressured into a ture to have the same level Among the correspondence ers personal details or any
wireless NBN service which of service, which I currently that the Moorabool News interactions that they may “We are so grateful to these wonderful quilters. It is
did not suit my needs as I enjoy.” viewed in relation to the have had with NBN.” heartening to see such generosity in the community,” he said.

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WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All
free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear
if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the
constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
ADULT EDUCATION For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
Ballan & District Community House Enquiries - 1300 660 068. every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT NOW. 9028 2622.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Enq - 0421 222 717. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Melton South Community Centre Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Term 2 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
8576.
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Church of the Living God
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295 of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
MARKETS Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
MEETINGS Ballan Lions Club Market Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
St Andrews Playgroup Bacchus Marsh Next market – Saturday 1 July. First Saturday each month - Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
St, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Darley Market
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Saturday 17 June, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Ballan Farmers Market
Further details – 0429 681 566.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Next Market – Saturday 11 June, 9am-1pm.
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Ballan Playgroup in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 CHURCH
905 558 Tamsin.  Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times -
Sunday 11 June - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; St John’s Ballan,
Talking About My Generation
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Ballan Childcare Centre Art Show
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 11am; St Mark’s in the pub Gordon, 5pm. Enquiries - Glen
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details. Friday June 16
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s) 6:30pm
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Reflective Worship.
Ballan Childcare Centre
0400 003 936. B3 Community 88a Simpson Street, Ballan
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services All Welcome!
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Bacchus Marsh.

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Refugee Week Queen’s Birthday Weekend:
Sat 10th June 10am to 4pm & Sun 11th June 11am to 4pm
Ballan 2017 St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Bacchus Marsh
Celebrate the Rich and Diverse Collectibles [books and bric-a-brac]; Old Books,
New Books; Children’s Books; Annuals; Novels;
Contributions of Refugees to Australia Science Fiction & Fantasy; Books to read;

Sunday 18th June
Books to look at …. Lots of choice
Culture Plus Australian flora and fauna hand painted primordial
rocks by Gary Johnston
Inquiries: Valerie 0412240056
Vibrancy
Stories
Free Event
Love
Talent When: Sun 18th June 12.30-3.30pm
Where: Mechanics’ Institute Hall
Dreams Hopes 143 Inglis St, Ballan
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The Home That Has it All Growth in
rentals
cent for two-bedroom units,
boosting the weekly median
rent in these areas to $260.
More moderate rental in-
creases for similar sized
homes were also recorded
in Ballarat Central, up two
per cent over the year to a
weekly median rent of $250;
Belmont, up 1.7 per cent on
the same period last year to
$300 per week; and Geelong,
Joseph Walton up 1.4 per cent to a weekly
President, Reiv median rent of $372.
Meanwhile, the weekly me-
In the year to March, two- dian rent for three-bedroom
bedroom units recorded the houses increased $10 over
highest rental growth of any the year to $300 per week.
property type in regional This is a 3.4 per cent increase
28 Albert Street, Darley Victoria. on March 2016 figures.
Price: $690,000 New REIV data shows the East Geelong and Geelong
median weekly rent for two- West recorded the state’s
Are you looking for size for your growing family? bedroom units rose 4.2 per highest rental growth for
Then don’t look any further. This one owner home is cent over the year to $250 – a this property type, up 12.5
situated on over 2500 m² block of land. Featuring a $10 increase on the same pe- and 11.9 per cent respective-
family friendly layout with 4 decent size bedrooms all riod last year. ly over the year to weekly
with built-in robes, master with ensuite, nearly new The border town of Echuca median rents of $360 and
saw the state’s highest rental $400.
Tassie oak kitchen with stone bench tops, renovated
growth for this property Family homes in Drouin
main bathroom, 2 generous size living areas, large type, up more than 15 per were also in demand by
undercover pergola for the outdoor entertaining and an cent over the year to a me- renters, with the weekly me-
extra-large in-ground gas heated salt chlorinated pool dian of $250 a week. dian rent in the West Gipp-
for the summer months. Two-bedroom units in the sland town increasing 10.7
Geelong suburb of Newtown per cent to $310.
also recorded a double-digit Other areas where three-
rental increase, up 10.4 per bedroom homes experienced
cent to a weekly median rent rental increases include Ben-
of $320. digo, up 7.1 per cent over the
It was also good news for year to a weekly median rent
investors in Shepparton in of $300; Gisborne, up 6.7 per
the state’s north with the cent to $400 per week; and
weekly median rent for sim- Traralgon, up 3.7 per cent
ilar homes up 4.2 per cent to a weekly median rent of
over the year to $250 – a $10 $280.
increase on March 2016. For more information on
Warragul and Warrnam- median rents by property
bool both recorded annual type and suburb, visit reiv.
rental growth of four per com.au.

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

Incredible Opportunity In Ballan Growth Corridor
MN0506G

25 Hogan Road, Ballan
There is currently no better opportunity in Ballan. Set on approx 7.66 acres, this magnificent opportunity
offers town power and water available, established shedding, 30 x 7m weekender accommodation,
huge orchard, good fencing, veggie patches, large chook pen and just a short drive to the township.
With direct frontage to the Werribee River and surrounded by residential development, this property
represents an opportunity for future development (STCA) or a picturesque lifestyle property.
Expressions of Interest Close 23rd June at 5.00pm

51 Lydiard Street South Agent: Matthew Edwards
0401 728 881
BALLARAT
Formerly Jens Gaunt Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Darley 28 Albert Street 4 2 6 Bacchus Marsh 6 Simone Road 4 2 2

The Home that has it All Private Sale Excellent Opportunity Awaits Here! Private Sale
Land 2534m2 Land 949m2
Price $690,000 Price $455,000
Are you looking for size for your Positioned on a large corner block
growing family? Then don’t look Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am is this 4 br bv home offering two Inspect By appointment
any further. This one owner home is generous living areas, open plan
Office 2/137 Main Street, kitchen, meals, family room areas. Office 2/137 Main Street,
situated on over 2500m2 block of land, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Large outdoor entertainment area,
with 18m x 9m Shed and in-ground
and secure double garage.
pool. Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au

Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2 Bacchus Marsh 36 McFarland Street 3 1 2
Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Private Sale
Impressive property in quiet rural 3 bedroom home in outstanding
location, only 5 minutes to Bacchus Price $749,000 location in town. Within walking Price $395,000 – $420,000
Marsh main street. Easy access to Inspect By appointment distance to Village Shopping Centre. Inspect By appointment
freeway, expansive north facing living New roof, freshened up bathroom
areas, wide verandahs, & extensive Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 and ducted heating and a reverse Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
outdoor entertainment area. cycle air conditioner.

Bacchus Marsh 1 Manly Court 4 1 2 Bacchus Marsh 5A Ladds Court 3 1 2
In the Heart of Bacchus Marsh CBD Private Sale Stylishly Renovated Private Sale
Quiet court in superb location, Great views with plenty of natural
Price $395,000 - $420,000 light. Stylish renovation offers Price $375,000
4 bedrooms, plenty of storage,
open kitchen dining area, big lounge, Inspect By appointment effortless functionality, a choice of Inspect By appointment
double carport, undercover pergola. living areas and private spaces to
Land size 692m2 approx. Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 relax. Approx. 800sqm, close to Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
Primary Schools and shops.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 2/3a Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1 Hogan Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 1

Fantastic Townhouse Family Home in a Great Location!
As new 3 bedroom townhouse. Ground floor: Master bedroom with Terrific family home of 4 bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, remaining
WIR & ens, lounge room, family/meals & kitchen, laundry & powder with BIRs, 3 living areas & a family bathroom. Kitchen/meals area with
room & direct garage access. Upstairs: sitting room, 2 bedrooms, wood heater & separate rumpus room with split system a/c, ducted
bathroom. Ducted heating & a R/C Split System on the ground floor heating & cooling. Fully self contained granny flat with a/c. Large
level. Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area behind the garage. covered pergola & landscaped gardens on a block of approx 1300m2.
INSPECT Saturday 10th June 11.00-11.30am INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $419,000 FOR SALE $525,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 6 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 8 Gunsynd Court, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 4 2 2

Central Location & Outstanding Block Size Open Plan Family Home
Large family home set on 1690m2 in prime central location. Possibility for Spacious family home (approx 24sq) of 4 bedrooms. Quiet court
property development, (STCA). Quality built by local builder, this home location. Main bedroom has WIR & Ens with corner spa, 3 other
consists of 4 bedrooms with BIRs, family bathroom & ens to main, large bedrooms have BIRs. Formal lounge & dining rooms. Huge family
lounge & formal dining room & generous kitchen, meals & family room. room is open plan to the kitchen & informal eating area. Ducted
Polished floor boards, central heating. 2 dbl carports & workshop incl WC. heating and cooling, double garage, storage shed and deck.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 10th June 12.00-12.30pm
FOR SALE $750,000 FOR SALE $419,000

NEW LISTING NEW LISTING
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 69 Tramway Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Currington Cres, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 2

Suburban Hobby Farm! Luxury Family Living At Its Best
Within 4 km of the Main St, 13 acres, Creek frontage, spacious family Spacious near new home on 691sqm approx. 4 generous bedrooms, 3
home with 3 living areas, & large shed. Master with WIR/dressing with WIRs, 1 with BIR, master ensuite inc. bath, dbl shower, dbl vanity
room & quality blackwood timber vanity in ens. Remaining 3 bdrms all and sep toilet. Study/5th bed, large separate rumpus, quality open
have BIRs plus separate study. Split system a/c. Established gardens, plan kitchen/meals/living area with stone benchtops, dbl oven, gas
excellent soil & flat pasture, good fencing, a 12.3 ml license, & orchard. hotplates & WIP. 2½ car garage, ducted heating & cooling & swim spa.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 10th June 12.00-12.30pm
FOR SALE $925,000 FOR SALE $549,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 518 Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Greendale FOR SALE 1/9 Simone Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 6 2 1 1

A Lifestyle Awaits Live In Or Invest
Perfectly presented on approx. 3.75 acres with stunning views. 3 bedrooms This very neat 2 bedroom unit is the front one of a block of 2.
with study/4th bedroom & loft/attic. Open plan kitchen/dining/ living area. A spacious floor plan gives you a large lounge, separate kitchen &
Undercover entertaining area with 8 person spa. Slab heating, split system dining area and 2 good sized bedrooms with BIRs. Bathroom, toilet &
cooling & ceiling fans. Substantial shedding, carport areas, multiple water laundry are all separate & you have a neat decked area in the
tanks, solar panels, well fenced horse paddock, stable & dam. backyard & a single garage with a rollerdoor for secure parking.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 10th June 10.00-10.30am
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $269,950
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 4/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 3 1 1

Great Investment or Owner/Occupier Opportunity It’s All About Location
Short stroll to Main Street Shopping Centre, generous lounge, The home consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge and
spacious kitchen and dining area, bathroom with shower and bath, dining area, kitchen with a meals area, and a large enclosed sunroom
separate toilet, and separate laundry. Ducted heating throughout and across the back. The lounge is serviced by a gas heater and there is a
a wall a/c. Private carport, a ramp and wide steps to the front veranda, wall a/c in the kitchen. Externally there is an oversized single garage
views to the streetscape opposite, and a neat and tidy backyard. with roller door & a nice front veranda to admire the views.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $270,000 FOR SALE $345,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 1/1 Crook Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3/12 George Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 2 1 1

Perfectly Located Centrally Located 2 Bedroom Unit
Situated in one of Bacchus Marsh’s most sought after areas given its This well presented unit is in a prime location just a short stroll to the
amazing location to Main Street shops. This well presented brick Main Street shopping precinct. Featuring 2 bedrooms with built in
veneer unit comprises 2 bedrooms, spacious living areas and offers an robes, comfortable lounge, kitchen, combined bathroom and laundry
excellent garden outlook. It also boasts it’s own private side entry to a and a private courtyard.
secure lock up carport.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $280,000 FOR SALE $200,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Pete Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first
4 PETER PAN PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH 17 MALCOLM STREET, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING AUCTION

MAGIC WAND REQUIRED 4 1 2 CENTRAL-CHARMING-COMPLETE 3 1 1
• Brick veneer home on a well-proportioned block, in need of a little magic, • 3 bedroom home, fully renovated, BIRs, brand new carpet & ceiling fans.
affection & attention. Private Sale: $348,000 • All your heating & cooling satisfied with ducted refrigerated heating & cooling. Auction: Saturday 1st July at 11am
• Ideal quiet court location and only minutes into the heart of town. Inspect: Saturday 10th June • Open plan kitchen, has a walk-in pantry, Ceasar stone bench tops, Bosch Inspect: Saturday 10th June
• 4 bdrms all with BIRs & a functional two-way bathroom & separate toilet. dishwasher and a Blanco 5 burner gas freestanding stove.
1.15pm–1.45pm 2.00pm–2.30pm
• Open plan kitchen to the meal/dining area that opens out to a pitched roof • The dining & living area have hardwood polished timber floors with a built-in
pergola & extensive paved area. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 marble TV unit & leads out to the decked semi enclosed alfresco area. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Features include, ducted evaporative cooling, gas wall heater, double carport Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • The outside entertaining area has a built in 4 burner gas built in BBQ, bar Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
with rear gates & a colour bond approx. 6x4m shed. fridge, sink, pendant lighting and a large corner timber bench.

22 MARGARET DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH 28 DARLEY DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN
NEWFOR
LISTING
INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

STOP LOOKING-THIS IS THE ONE 3 1 2 BUILT TO PEFECTION! 4 2 2
• 3 bedroom family home in the peaceful pocket of Bacchus Marsh. • This home offers spacious open plan living areas & a huge outdoor area.
• The recently renovated kitchen has dishwasher, 4 burner gas hot plate and Private Sale: $483,000 • 4 good size bdrms, master with ensuite & WIR, all other bedrooms offer BIRs. Private Sale: $465,000
600mm oven. Inspect: Saturday 10th June • There are two large living areas in the house, one at the front of the home & the Inspect: Saturday 10th June
• Featuring heating & cooling includes, Braemar wall heating, Noiral wall heater, other at the rear which is connected to the stylish modern kitchen/ meals area.
2.00pm–2.30pm 1.15pm–1.45pm
refrigerated wall unit & ceiling fans. • Picture yourself entertaining friends and family all year round under the large
• Large double driveway, huge steel shed approx. 12x6m with double roller door. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 pergola whilst taking in the stunning mountain views. Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
• Spectacular gardens that have been landscaped with drought tolerant plants Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Ducted heating, DLUG, quality kitchen appliances complete with dishwasher, Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au
and can all be serviced by the 2 x 4500lt water tanks. ceiling fans, garden shed, security doors & much more.

66 STONEHILL DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH 63 SPENCER ROAD, BALLAN 18 CANN STREET, BLACKWOOD LOT 17 CROOK COURT, BALLAN
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

HERE IT IS! BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED GOLD ON CANN BLACKWOOD! 7860M2 – JUST UNDER 2 ACRES
• 6 bedrooms, walk-in-robes, ensuites to bedrooms 1-4; • 4 bedroom (all with robes) • Set on 1 acre (approx.) 3845m2 • Vacant block in Ballan Township
• Sizeable kitchen with dishwasher, stainless steel over • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Formal entry, family room, formal lounge, kitchen/ • 7860m2 (approx), just under 2 Acres
and lots of bench space; • 2 living areas family/dining and sunroom • Easy walk to the supermarket, railway (access to
• Powder room, internal access from double garage; • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling • 3 bedrooms plus study, master bedroom with ensuite Ballarat/Melbourne)
• Upstairs has a spacious retreat with lovely views oven • 900mm gas stove, dishwasher, island bench and pantry and built in robes • Excellent opportunity to purchase into a growing market
Stonehill Estate; • Solar/gas HWS, double garage with auto door & direct • Main bathroom with spa • Located in Crook Court, Ballan (Lot 17)
• Features include gas heating, evaporative cooling, access to the house • 2 Car garage with internal access and separate • Hard to come across blocks this size
alfresco area and side access to yard; • 600sqm block, access for a caravan or boat. workshop with additional car parking
• Land size approximately 707 sqm;
Private Sale: $795,000–$835,000 Private Sale: $418,000 Private Sale: $740,000 Private Sale: $355,000
Inspect: Saturday 10th June 11.45am-12.15pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

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higherups. Travel is favourable so long as plans are
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mapped out carefully. Children are willing to listen to
your suggestions.
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles
Travel companions may not see eye to eye and you may
be playing the role of mediator. A letter or email from
overseas is highlighted. Your public speaking earns a
round of applause.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Good things happen in twos and there are a number of
news brighteners this week. In the area of education,
fancy footwork is needed to get you over a hurdle.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ This weekend is the time to finish all those things that
have not been completed.The earlier you start the quicker
everything is completed.

★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
This is a good week for reading the newspapers closely.
Want ads include items of interest and special features
may have a personal application. A friend may introduce
ARIES—March 21-April 20 you to an exciting individual.
Your ability to adapt to changing circumstances helps you
to overcome some obstacles. A romantic news brightener SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
may arrive by the end of the week. Communications with Appointments may be changed at the last minute, espe-
relatives improve dramatically. cially after the weekend. You may find yourself at a pres-
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 tigious event. Money matters require more attention this
week.
There might be some travel mixups. It’s wise to have a
map or your GPS handy. Events this week could include CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
a dazzling engagement. The week also sees you finalizing
engagements. Spontaneous travel could be on the agenda this week.
You may be able to earn some spare cash now - if you
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 do, save and don’t spend. The weekend highlights sports
activities. A solution to a romantic dilemma is quite
Meetings are a way of life this week. Domestic chores logical.
can be split, but only if you make the request. In romance,
dropping hints may not be enough. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 8998 CANCER—June 22-July 22 Partnership ventures require careful review, especially
ACROSS DOWN The time is prudent for presenting your pet ideas to where finances are involved. This week is favourable for
1. Cabinet minister 1. Submissive (6) higherups. Travel is favourable so long as plans are publishing or promoting ideas. News of an upcoming
(British) - (4,9) 2. Fruit (5) mapped out carefully. Children are willing to listen to celebration may catch you off guard.
8. Lesser (5) 3. Snake-like reptile (7) your suggestions.
9. Biased (7) 4. Manage (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Man’s name (6) 5. Weird (5) LEO—July 23-August 22 Your suggestions are followed, but be sure to receive due
11. Wool (6) 6. Foolish (7) credit. Luxury items may come your way now. Your
12. Fish (5) 7. Colour (6) Travel companions may not see eye to eye and you may romantic intuition is strong right now. In finance, rely
14. Command (5) 13. Sauce (7) be playing the role of mediator. A letter or email from only on hard facts.
18. Concealed (6) 15. Book (7) overseas is highlighted. Your public speaking earns a
20. View (6) 16. Gladden (6) round of applause.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Accomplish (7) 17. Crescent (6) You are kind and sensitive and possess an exquisite im-
24. Scoundrel (5) 19. Relative (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
agination. While you are loyal and generous, friends
25. Apologise (7,6) 21. Keen (5) Good things happen in twos and there are a number of sometimes find you moody and even fickle. A possible
22. Minus (4) news brighteners this week. In the area of education, change in your career path may occur. A dream to travel
CRYPTIC PUZZLE fancy footwork is needed to get you over a hurdle. may be realized soon.
ACROSS
1. It makes touching reading (7,6). 8. Brings back an LIBRA—September 23-October 22
era where lions killed Christians (5). 9. Maybe it’s hard This weekend is the time to finish all those things that
to force the papers to suppress it (7). 10. Still making a have not been completed.The earlier you start the quicker

SUDOKU
crackle (6). 11. Stranded, are about to give mum a ring everything is completed.
(6). 12. Because the corral is by a tree (5). 14. White
has lost two points (5). 18. As usual, I will put in the post SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
(6). 20. Before long, a man enters the bar (6). 23. The
funny business, claim to have eradicated (7). 24. Be re- This is a good week for reading the newspapers closely.
sponsible for curing all but the last disorder (5). 25. Say
you didn’t do it and won’t be billed for it? (4,3,6). NUMBER GAME
Want ads include items of interest and special features
may have a personal application. A friend may introduce
you to an exciting individual.
DOWN ANSWER BELOW
1. With difficulty bears one in to cook (6). 2. Note and SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
tear out the name (5). 3. Aiming to go out East, you think
(7). 4. Look surprisedly at the long tail the monkey has Appointments may be changed at the last minute, espe-
(4). 5. Gets job satisfaction (5). 6. Flower of which there cially after the weekend. You may find yourself at a pres-
are bags in the garden? (3,4). 7. Charges for the plants tigious event. Money matters require more attention this
(6). 13. “King of the sun and the moon” is ridiculous (7). week.
15. The foreigner you criticise, is quiet about (7). 16. In
the northern hemisphere, at intervals from spring to De- CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
cember, returned (6). 17. It allows one in to get some- Spontaneous travel could be on the agenda this week.
thing to eat (6). 19. A drunk caught going into the race- You may be able to earn some spare cash now - if you
course (5). 21. Happen to have taken a firm stand with do, save and don’t spend. The weekend highlights sports
the dog (5). 22. Spend a lot of money on the navy, per- activities. A solution to a romantic dilemma is quite
haps (4). logical.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8997 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
QUICK SOLUTIONS Partnership ventures require careful review, especially
21, OC-cur. 22, Blue.
Across - 1, Sluggard. 6, Rota. 8, Aver. 9, Stubborn. 10, where finances are involved. This week is favourable for
15, S-pan-is-h . 16, Spa-ceD. 17, Entree . 19, A-s-c-ot.
Drill. 11, Killer. 13, Errand. 15, Refute. 17, Angler. 19, publishing or promoting ideas. News of an upcoming
ape. 5, Earns. 6, Tea rose. 7, Rushes. 13, Sol-omon.
Roast. 22, November. 23, Mule. 24, Arch. 25, Engineer. celebration may catch you off guard.
Down - 1, Bra-I-se. 2, G-reta. 3, Imagin-E. 4, (lon)G-
Down - 2, Liver. 3, Gorilla. 4, Also. 5, Drunkard. 6, Rebel.
25, Deny the charge.
7, Torrent. 12, Adorable. 14, Rancour. 16, Footman. 18,
18, P-I’ll-ar. 20, S-Al-oon. 23, Co-mical. 24, Incur (anag.). PISCES—February 20-March 20
Leech. 20, Salve. 21, Drag.
aps. 10, Static. 11, A-sh-O-re. 12, As-pen. 14, Ash-E-N.
Your suggestions are followed, but be sure to receive due
credit. Luxury items may come your way now. Your
Across - 1, Begging letter. 8, Are-na (rev.). 9, Per-H-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
romantic intuition is strong right now. In finance, rely
Across - 1, Two-faced. 6, Bows (boughs). 8, M-I’m-i(le). only on hard facts.
9, For-ester. 10, Be-gan. 11, Can-did. 13, Greece
16, Please. 17, Street. 19, Niece. 21, Eager. 22, Less.
(grease). 15, Ow-L-ish. 17, Star-ve(ry). 19, Stews. 22,
Eerie. 6, Asinine. 7, Yellow. 13, Ketchup. 15, Reserve.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Let me see. 23, (winte)R-are. 24, E-to-N. 25, D-esol-
Down - 1, Humble. 2, Mango. 3, Serpent. 4, Cope. 5,
You are kind and sensitive and possess an exquisite im-
ate.
Aspect. 23, Achieve. 24, Rogue. 25, Express regret.
agination. While you are loyal and generous, friends
Down - 2, Write (right). 3, Fri-gate. 4, Cuff. 5, Director.
Lionel. 11, Merino. 12, Skate. 14, Order. 18, Latent. 20,
sometimes find you moody and even fickle. A possible
6, Ba-si-n. 7, We-ev’I-ls. 12, Reversed. 14, Retreat. 16,
Across - 1, Home secretary. 8, Minor. 9, Partial. 10,
change in your career path may occur. A dream to travel
Lit-eral. 18, R-OM-an. 20, Worst. 21, Bees (Bs).
QUICK SOLUTIONS
may be realized soon.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8998
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EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Bacchus Marsh Soccer
Results - Round 8
Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (4) def Buninyong Red (2)
Goals - Mackai La Rocca (1), Jesse Ryan (2),
Joshua Whittaker (1)
Under 15s
After School Program Assistant School Bus Services Coordinator Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) drew Sebastopol Vikings (3)
About the Role Bacchus Marsh Grammar is seeking an experienced professional to
oversee the coordination of the daily school bus services, including Goals - Harry Barnes. (2), Bevan Reid (1)
Bacchus Marsh Grammar operates programs to cater for
students remaining at school each night, designed to assist ongoing changes and customer related enquiries. This position is Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Horsham & District (3)
responsible for:
students with their homework, and to provide a diverse range • Coordination of daily bus arrangements for students and Goal - Liam Hageman (1)
of activities to engage students in purposeful play and sport, maintenance of routes
to complement their development. Under 16 Girls: BYE
• Overseeing casual bus bookings including preparation of bus
We are seeking an innovative After School Program Assistant, services for all excursions Senior Women’s Div. 1: BYE.
with a passion of teaching and learning to work within the • Preparation of reporting and statistical data for senior management
program. This position is a part time, ongoing role, based at • Conduct an annual review of bus routes
the Maddingley campus, in Bacchus Marsh. Hours of work are The successful candidate will have:
2:30 pm until 5:30 pm Monday to Friday. • Experience in management of service providers
• Degree in supply chain management, logistics, business
The successful candidate will have: administration, or qualification equivalent
• A Diploma of Children Services or Certificate of Education • Excellent written communication skills and the ability to negotiate,
Support – Integration Aide/Teacher Aide. Happy to consider deliver technical reports and make recommendations
qualified teacher applications (VIT registered). • Extremely proactive approach, with the ability to build rapport
• Passion for teaching, learning and with working within an quickly with varying stakeholders
• Proven ability to work independently and cope in stressful and
industry with children. demanding situations
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a • Ability to be a valuable contributor to a close knit team, including
friendly and helpful nature. mentoring others
• Ability to implement progressive, innovative and challenging • Working with children check and police check will also be required.
programs. Further details regarding position can be located on our website.
Please log onto www.bmg.vic.edu.au. Click on our school, then
• A current working with children check. employment to locate the job advertisement to locate the
How to Apply Position Description.
Please submit your application to hr_manager@bmg.vic.edu.au. How to Apply
Applications will include a current resume and cover letter. Please submit your application to hr_manager@bmg.vic.edu.au.
If you require any further information, please contact Angelica Applications will include a current resume and cover letter. If you
Todarello, Human Resources Manager on (03) 5366 4821. require any further information, please contact Angelica Todarello,
Human Resources Manager on (03) 5366 4821. Bacchus Marsh Mini Roos play on Saturday mornings 9:30
Applications close: 13th June 2017 Applications close:  13th June 2017 - 11:00am.
Bacchus Marsh Grammar is committed to a Child Safe Bacchus Marsh Grammar is committed to a Child Safe
school environment and we have extensive recruitment and school environment and we have extensive recruitment and
screening processes in place. screening processes in place.

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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League Central Highlands Football League
Ballarat
Results Football/Netball
– Round 6 League
Results – Round 6 Results - Round 8
Results – Round 6
Club A B C D 19&U Seniors
Bacchus Marsh A 32 24 37 35 17 Buninyong 29.14  (188) def Skipton   1.4  (10)

CHFL
Club B C D 19&U
Redan
Bacchus Marsh 32 48 24 51 37 36 35 2617 43
East
RedanPoint 48 49 51 55 36 25 26 4243 29 Gordon 21.15  (141) def Creswick 2.7  (19)

BFL Ladder
Darley
East Point 49 31 55 22 25 29 42 2129 29 Bungaree 19.14  (128) def C’ham/Linton 2.10  (22)
LakeDarley
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Daylesford  16.15  (111) def Clunes 8.7  (55)

Ladder
Lake Wendouree
Nth Ballarat City 58 52 56 58 34 22 48 28 - -
Seniors
Nth Ballarat
Melton City
South 52 55 58 29 22 20 28 30 - 27 Springbank 13.11  (89) def Learmonth 7.4  (46)
Melton South 55 29 20 30
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Team % PTS Ballarat
Sebastopol
51 41 38 25 40
Sebastopol 29 29 30 30 23 23 23 2315 15
Waubra 11.14  (80) def Dunnstown 5.7  (37)
1 Darley........................ 197.51 24 Sumbury
Sumbury 69 69 70 70 45 45 51 5136 36
2 Lake Wendoure........159.21 24 Hepburn 10.12  (72) def Beaufort 8.12  (60) Seniors
3 Bacchus Marsh.........155.66 20 Results
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Results Round
Round7 7
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4 Melton South..............92.88 20 Club 17&U Reserves Team % PTS
Club 17&U17&U
17&U15&U15&U
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5 Redan........................ 116.71 16 Sen
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Res Res Buninyong 24.17  (161) def Skipton 1.2  (8) 1   Springbank............... 263.39  32
6 Sunbury.....................112.14 12 Sebastopol
Sebastopol 12
12 16
16 45
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17 10 Creswick 15.7  (97) def Gordon 6.4  (40) 2   Waubra......................179.07  28
Bacchus Marsh 23 54 25 21 16 12
7 Melton........................69.49 12 Bacchus Marsh
Mount Clear 22
23 19
54 38
25 16
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12 Bungaree 14.9  (93) def C’ham/Linton 5.10  (40) 3   Learmonth.................209.04  24
8 Ballarat.......................84.92 10 Mount Clear
Darley 35 22 43 19 27 38 25 1628 327 29 4   Bungaree...................177.16  24
9 North Ballarat City.......84.41 8 Darley
Ballarat 24 35 26 43 31 27 23 25 9 28
20 7 Daylesford 8.9  (57) def Clunes 4.2  (26)
Ballarat 21 24 26 31 2328 9 20 Learmonth 15.6  (96) def Springbank 6.6  (42) 5   Beaufort.................... 171.47  24
10 East Point....................70.42 6 Redan 12 15 10 19

11 Sebastopol.................. 43.10 4
Redan 21 12 15 10 28 19
R’wood/C’hap 11.9  (75) def Ballan 5.9  (39) 6   Hepburn.................... 147.67  24
Reserves Waubra 15.7  (97) def Dunnstown 5.6  (36) 7   Gordon......................188.93  20
1 Lake Wendouree..... 222.09 24
2 Darley........................213.62 24
Ballarat Football League Hepburn 9.7  (61) def Beaufort 8.8  (56) 8   Buninyong.................153.38  20
9   Daylesford.................105.51  20
Results – Round 6 Smythesdale 13.8  (86) def Newlyn 7.10  (52)
3 Melton South.............186.67 24 10  Newlyn.....................100.00  16
4 East Point..................178.55 16 Under 18 11  Creswick....................75.67   12
Seniors
5 Redan.........................98.05 16 12  Clunes.......................62.34   12
Bacchus Marsh 12.9 (81) def Redan4.6 (30) Buninyong 11.8  (74) def Skipton 5.5  (35)
6 Sunbury.....................86.46 12
7 Bacchus Marsh............ 90.16 8 Bungaree 14.11  (95) def C’ham/Linton 5.7  (37) 13  C’ham/Linton.............46.31   12
Melton South 21.13 (139) def Ballarat10.9 (69)
8 Melton..........................62.76 8 Springbank15.11  (101) def Learmonth2.2  (14) 14  R’wood/C’hap............. 67.92   8
Darley23.16 (154) def East Point 9.6 (60) 15  Ballan..........................45.55   8
9 Sebastopol...................32.51 8 Ballan 19.16  (130) def R‘wood/C’hap 2.2  (14)
10 Ballarat........................73.93 4 Lake Wendouree, 23.12 (150) def North Ballarat City 11.12 (78) Dunnstown 5.7  (37) def Waubra 4.10  (34) 16  Skipton........................23.79   4
11 North Ballarat City......28.91 4 Hepburn 22.19  (151) def Beaufort 1.1  (7) 17  Dunnstown..................39.66   0
Under 18.5s 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
1 East Point ................ 246.94 20 Reserves Newlyn 24.14  (158) def Smythesdale 0.5  (5)
2 Bacchus Marsh.........243.48 20 Redan11.2 (68) def Bacchus Marsh 8.14 (62) Under 15 Reserves
3 North Ballarat City....231.72 20
Melton South 20.5 (125) def Ballarat 8.11 (59) Buninyong 13.20  (98) def Skipton 1.1  (7) 1   Learmonth.................324.37  32
4 Melton South............. 121.77 20
5 Lake Wendoure........162.69 16 Darley 9.13 (67) def East Point 8.7 (55) C’ham/Linton 15.10  (100) def Bungaree 3.2  (20) 2   Waubra..................... 208.80  28
6 Redan.........................147.78 16 Lake Wendouree 27.19 (181) def North Ballarat City 5.4 (34) Springbank 8.8  (56) def Learmonth 1.1  (7) 3   Buninyong.................185.67  28
7 Ballarat.......................83.01 12 Dunnstown 8.10  (58) def Waubra 4.5  (29) 4   Creswick...................175.23  24
8 Melton.........................100.00 8 Hepburn 22.14  (146) def Beaufort 0.3  (3) 5   Hepburn ...................136.09  24
9 Sunbury.......................63.99 8 Under 18.5s 6   Beaufort....................153.57  20
Gordon 6.10  (46) def Creswick 0.3  (3)
10 Darley..........................58.23 8 Redan 11.3 (69) def Bacchus Marsh 5.7 (37) Clunes  9.14  (68) def Daylesford  3.2  (20) 7   Smythesdale.............104.51  20
11 Sebastopol...................6.53 4
U/16.5 Seniors Ballarat 10.12 (72) def Melton South 10.8 (68) Smythesdale 5.6  (36) def Newlyn 5.4  (34) 8   Daylesford............     130.00  16
1 North Ballarat............149.70 24 East Point 18.10 (118) def Darley 1.7 (13) 9   R’wood/C’hap...........104.63  16
2 Darley........................124.24 24 Central Highlands Netball League 10  Bungaree..................96.73   16
Lake Wendouree 6.7 (43) def North Ballarat City 5.3 (33)
3 Lake Wendouree......133.09 20 Central Highlands Netball League 11  Springbank................ 97.22   14
4 Redan........................120.57 16 Results – Round 8 12  Dunnstown ..............123.21  12
Results – Round 8
5 East Point.....................92.02 8
6 Ballarat.........................83.23 8 Ballarat Junior Football League Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
13  Newlyn......................117.69  12
14  Clunes.......................  99.33   8
7 Mount Clear.................75.46 8 Carngham 22 7 16 4 20 19
8 Bacchus Mars.............. 51.68 4 Results – Round 7 Bungaree 30 53 42 67 77 73 15  Gordon.....................    51.93   8
U/16.5 Reserves U/16.5 Seniors Clunes 12 21 29 26 - - 16  Ballan .........................60.63   6
1 Lake Wendouree..... 256.20 26 North Ballarat 14.12 (96) def Lake Wendouree 7.9 (51) Daylesford 13 26 18 26 - - 17  C’ham/Linton...............44.04   4
2 Ballarat...................... 185.11 24 Creswick 32 16 29 33 38 42 18  Skipton......................... 7.34    0
3 North Ballarat............108.64 16 Bacchus Marsh 6.3 (39) def East Point 4.13 (37) Gordon 15 28 27 34 13 37
4 Bacchus Marsh..........84.69 12 Redan 12.13 (85) def Ballarat 8.10 (58) Hepburn 25 42 57 36 31 50
Under 18
5 Darley......................... 73.16 10 Darley 11.7 (73) def Mount Clear 7.7 (49)
Beaufort 7 20 25 34 51 65
1   Hepburn...................1565.52 32
6 Mount Clear.................85.25 8 Smythesdale 17 5 22 3 9 18
7 Redan........................... 61.77 8 Newlyn 20 38 51 64 70 76 2   Creswick...................331.63  28
8 East Point.....................43.50 4 U/16.5 Reserves Rokewood 1 11 21 35 38 28 3   Skipton......................241.36  28
U/14 Seniors Ballan 21 27 24 28 21 43 4   Ballan........................155.35  28
Lake Wendouree 12.15 (87) def North Ballarat 4.3 (27) Skipton 1 8 8 16 18 27
1 Mount Clear..............573.27 28 5   Springbank................422.03  24
2 East Point..................178.02 20 East Point 6.11 (47) def Bacchus Marsh 4.9 (33) Buninyong 62 44 44 43 49 61 6   Newlyn......................258.50  24
3 Darley........................142.31 20 Springbank 21 14 11 29 29 42
Ballarat 8.12 (60) def Redan 4.2 (26) 7   Buninyong.................165.36  24
4 Redan........................ 96.55 20 Learmonth 4 46 38 34 40 47
Waubra 20 8 28 36 27 41 8   Learmonth.................127.94  20
5 Ballarat.......................64.80 12
6 North Ballarat............... 87.50 8 U/14 Seniors Dunnstown 35 35 22 27 41 55 9   Beaufort.....................69.62   16
7 Bacchus Marsh.476 34.66 4 10  Waubra......................52.69   12
North Ballarat 4.11 (35) def Lake Wendouree 3.3 (21)
8 Lake Wendouree......... 35.16 0 11  Clunes.......................40.83   12
U/14 Reserves
1 Sebastopol ............. 1348.94 28
East Point 12.12 (84) def Bacchus Marsh 0.2 (2)
Redan 6.8 (44) def Ballarat 4.7 (31)
Ballan Golf Club 12  R’wood/C’hap...........28.99   12
13  Dunnstown..................44.48   8
2 North Ballarat ...........429.06 24 Results - Week ending Sunday 4 June
Mount Clear 10.7 (67) def Darley 3.4 (22) 14  Bungaree....................31.34   8
3 Mount Clear..............234.46 24
Wednesday – Stableford 15  C’ham/Linton............... 26.12   8
4 East Point..................242.86 20
5 Darley......................... 73.10 16 Winner Ken Muhlhan 36 points, 16  Smythesdale............... 17.23   0
U/14 Reserves
6 Redan......................... 67.00 12 R/up Kevin Lockman 33 points. 17  Gordon.........................0.00    0
7 Lake Wendouree....... 65.12 12 North Ballarat 16.12 (108) def Lake Wendouree 1.0 (6)
Magpie - 14th Lenny Killender.
8 Bacchus Marsh............ 6.90 4 Sebastopol 20.20 (140) def Bacchus Marsh 1.0 (6) Under 15
NTP - 15th Barry Lenaghan.
9 Ballarat..........................9.63 0 Redan 14.3 (87) def Ballarat 1.1 (7) 1   Buninyong............     718.69  32
U/12 Seniors Saturday Stroke - Monthly Medal. 2   Gordon.................     402.92  28
1 Mount Clear.............2008.70 28 Mount Clear 13.10 (88) def Darley 3.2 (20)
A Grade - Winner  Andrew Moore 76-12-64, 3   Hepburn ...................316.82  28
2 Bacchus Marsh.........458.97 24
3 Ballarat......................133.52 24 R/up on c/b Ken Muhlhan 77-13-64  4   Springbank................274.33  28
U/12 Seniors on c/b from Don Wickson 74-10-64. 5   Clunes ......................188.40  24
4 Redan........................143.79 20
5 Lake Wendouree....... 77.98 12 Lake Wendouree 6.4 (40) def North Ballarat 2.4 (16) B Grade - Winner Michael Di Fiore 78-14-64, 6   Learmonth................. 228.17  20
6 Sebastopol................. 37.95 12 Bacchus Marsh 11.3 (69) def Sebastopol 2.1 (13) R/up Stuart Hill 84-17-67. 7   C’ham/Linton............. 147.29  16
7 North Ballarat .............. 56.11 8 8   Newlyn......................139.72  16
Ballarat 5.6 (36) def Redan 2.2 (14) C Grade - Winner Greg McAloon 90-25-65,
8 East Point .....................17.51 8 9   Skipton.......................112.17  16
9 Darley...........................38.35 4 Mount Clear 9.12 (66) def Darley 1.0 (6) R/up on c/b John Fitzgerald 89-24-65.
10  Creswick..................100.58  16
U/12 Reserves Sunday 4 June - Winner Rod Caithness 77-13-64
1 Ballarat .................... 296.00 28 11  Dunnstown................ 47.34   16
U/12 Reserves NTPs - 2nd Jimmy Walsh, 12th Ian Bragge, 15th Les Martin. 12  Daylesford.................76.79   12
2 North Ballarat ...........401.92 24
3 Darley........................210.59 24 North Ballarat 3.8 (26) def Lake Wendouree 0.0 (0) Magpies - 14th Chris Tudor, 18th Michael Di Fiore. 13  Waubra......................28.99   12
4 Mount Clear....63 274.60 20 Balls 10, Cut-off 65 - Peter Di Fiore, John Fitzgerald, Michael 14  Smythesdale...............22.64   8
Sebastopol 4.2 (26) def Bacchus Marsh 1.0 (6)
5 Redan....................... 246.94 20 Di Fiore, Andrew Moore, Ken Muhlhan, Greg McAloon, 15  Beaufort .....................21.90   8
6 Sebastopol...................28.95 8 Ballarat 2.1 (13) def Redan 1.1 (7) 16  Bungaree.................... 31.41   4
Don Wickson, Rod Caithness, Bob Hughes Chris Tudor.
7 Bacchus Marsh.185 19.46 8 Darley 4.4 (28) def Mount Clear 2.1 (13) 17  R’wood/C’hap..............9.50    4
8 East Point.....................30.21 4 Medal play off - Rod Caithness, Andrew Moore,
9 Lake Wendouree ........24.67 4 Mount Clear 0.0 (0) drew Darley 0.0 (0) Don Wickson, Ken Muhlhan, Michael Di Fiore. 18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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BEST: Edwards, Stone, Thacker, Cahill, football player; football trainer; football
Hawkins, Speak. coach; operations manager; coordinator;
Thirds assistants; committee.
A disappointing day out for the U18.5s Darley Market Dates 8am to 1pm:
who struggled all game against a supe- 17th June , 1st July, 15th July Bacchus Marsh Golf Club
rior opponent.
Spectacular small-man Cooper Pepi Sponsor of the week
shows his skills week after week and Darley Bearing Supplies Pty Ltd
promises to be a Darley champion well Darley Bearings at the east end of Albert Links Road,
into the future. Street is a fantastic tool and hardware Darley
East Point: 4.2, 9.6, 12.9, 18.10 (118) d. store that sells a huge range of indus-
Darley 0.1, 0.2, 1.4, 1.7 (13) trial supplies, fasteners and safety gear. Phone:
GOALS: Beecham 1 Servicing the huge trucking industry
BEST: Pepi, Borg, Bewley, Beecham, around the area and looking after the 5367 1410
Gordon, Horan. large quarries up Gisborne Road, Dar-
ley Bearings also stocks and supplies a
Netball host of other things for the farmer, the
The Devil ladies predictably fought tradie, the mechanic, the handyman
back with a far better show this week and builder. This is a terrific store to
against the Kangaroos. Our netballers browse in. It has all manner of hand-
came away with an admirable 3 wins tools, air tools, airline fittings, abrasives,
and a draw from their 5 games. nuts & bolts, welding gear, lubricants
A Grade: Darley 49 d. East Point 31, Best and safety gear. As the name suggests,
First Home, Upgrading or simply looking – Lopes, Giaini. Goals – Freeman 18, Lindsay Harmon’s business is a bear-
Hulls 13. ing specialty service and also makes up
for a better home loan. B Grade: East Point 55 d. Darley 22 Best – hydraulic hoses for tractors, trucks and
Contact Adrian Waller on 0408 677 757 Jackson, Drevensek. Goals-Barnes 13, earth-moving machinery.
to talk about all of your home loan needs. Currie 7, Drevensek 2. From Kinchrome tool sets to trailers
C Grade: Darley 29 d. East Point 26, Best lights, from high tensile bolts to work
Email: adrian@accountableloans.com.au – Edwards, Martin. Goals –Martin 15, gloves. Get in and see Lindsay at Darley
Taylor 14. Bearing Supplies. Good quality gear at Rear/134 Main St
66 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh 3340 realistic prices…and a wonderful sup-
D Grade: Darley 42 d. East Point 21, Best Bacchus Marsh
P: 03 5367 1000 – Ferguson, Van Ravenstein. Goals - porter of the mighty Devils.
Ph: 5367 6699
Email: mail@weareaccountable.com.au Taylor 13, Carter 6, Ferguson 2. 4 Albert Street Darley
www.bacchusmarshmowers.com.au
19 & Under: Darley 29 drew with East Phone 5367 6766
Sport
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Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Round 7 v Mount Clear
Blues run free on the plains
U/16.5 Reserves
Darley 8-6-54 lost Mt Clear 11-16-82
Round 8 v
Rokewood/Corindhap
ground. James Conlan also
put in a good effort in de-
Netball
FOOTBALL Goals – Rylan Tanner 2, Will Johnson, Riley A Grade this week pulled
fence and Watts who played
U/10 Seniors together four consistent
Darley 1-1-7 lost Mt Clear 9-7-61
Balnaves 1, Mitch Winch, Dylan Lorensini,
Harry Barnes.
Football half forward and roving,
quarters to run out 15 goal
The Blues ventured out to tried his best to make the winners against Rokewood.
Goals –Jakob Bankowski 1, Daniel Baird Youth Girls Football: Bye Rokewood and with injuries play. From the first centre pass
Awards – Noah Johansen, Charlie Oughtred, to key players such as Sam Final score - Ballan   5   9   39  Ballan took the lead and
Logan Growcott, Jake Ive, Kai Watkins, Jakob U13 Girls Football
Sher, and the Grasshoppers lost Rokewood Corindhap   worked hard as a team to in-
Bankowski, Rjay Bartlett. Darley 21-21-147 def Melton 1-0-6
showing some recent good 11  9  75  crease the margin quarter by
Goals – Maddie Scott 11, Tahlia form, it was looking, omi- Best - D Darley , T Bryant, R quarter. Jayme Nielsen and
U/10 Reserves
Tschujasehenko 4, Destiny Stewart 2, Taylor nous. But to the Blues credit Watts, J Conlan , M Darley,  Caitlyn McPhee are improv-
Darley 3-1-19 lost Mt Clear 4-8-32
Bartlett 1, Addison Wright, Maddison they opened strongly and D O’Hanlon. ing weekly as a goaling duo
Goals – Landyn Doig 1, Lachlan Smith, Dremel, Jessica Hodge. held a three goal buffer at the and proved they are hard
Harrison Benbow The Under 18s had a con-
NETBALL first break and kept that all to stop when the ball enters
Awards – Xavier Wilson, Lachlan Smith, vincing win and were on
day. Kurzman was on fire up the attacking third. The de-
Roland DeCourcy, Isaac Jordan, Aaron Round 6 v Mt Clear fire from the first bounce.
forward and bagged three fensive combination of Jane
Bentley, Jedd Rose, Isabella Faralla, Harrison U/11 Seniors Campbell Sparrow was on Cairns and Jess Snaith stood
goals and Sammy Hitching
Benbow. Darley 36 def Mt Clear 7 was again unstoppable in fire up forward bagging tall, making it difficult for
U/10 Development Goals – Bridie Shanahan 17, Ava Densley 14, the middle. Base as ever gave four and giving away many Rokewood to score. Megan
Darley 1-1-7 lost Mt Clear 9-7-61 Charlotte Martindale 5 his all and lead by example others. The Blues had seven Mullane and Sam Plester
Awards – Charlotte Martindale, Macey and was the catalyst for the goal scorers and had run- both contributed to the win
Goal – Isaiah Kaushal 1
O’Hehir, Ayla Scicchitano. win.  Wilkinson and Ash ners on every line ready to with them sharing the WD
Awards – Isaiah Kaushal, Elijah Copeman, Mullane were ruthless in do their bit . The Blues held position. Narelle Perkins
Harvey Hoey, Chase Harris, Brodie Hatcher. U/11 Reserves defence and made the oppo- their opponents goalless till had another strong game
U/12 Seniors Darley 25 def Mt Clear 2 sition forwards work to earn half way through the third and withstood the extra
Goals – Mia Hayes 13, Alanah Tango 6, every possession. The Blues quarter. The Blues will have pressure Rokewood put on
Darley 1-0-6 lost Mt Clear 9-11-65
Emma Shaw 3, Amber Milner 3 maintained their composure to be at their best next week her in an attempt to stop her
Goal – Rudie Forde impact.
Awards – Amber Milner, Lila Dugan, Emma throughout the day to come when they take on Skipton
Awards – Cohan Edwards, Joel Freeman, Final scores - Ballan 43 def
Shaw. home with another win and who sit above them on the
Keanu Minniecon, Deacon Fawcett, Seth Rokewood 28.
hopefully they can repeat ladder and they should be
Fawcett, Kristian Williams. U/13 Seniors this performance next week keen to avenge their finals B Grade had a tough day on
U/12 Reserves Darley 28 lost Mt Clear 32 when they take on Skipton defeat last season. the court with Rokewood
Darley 4-4-28 def Mt Clear 2-1-13 Goals – Eliza Tango 20, Takeya Tanner 6, at home. Final Score - Ballan   19   16   proving too strong for the
Goals – Jayven Tanner 3, Jack Watson 1 Tahlia McCauley 2. Final Score - Ballan   10   10   130  def Rokewood Corind- entire match. Patches of play
Awards – Zeb Vincent, Jack Watson, Jesse U/13 Reserves 70  def Rokewood Corind- hap   2   2   14  were quite good, but the
hap   6   10  40  girls just didn’t maintain any
Wilson, Thomas Shirley (Twisty). Darley 7 lost Mt Clear 27 Best -  A Hine , C Brown,
Best - S Hitchings  , D Tanti, L Currie Jones, J Crowe , L kind of consistency. Various
U/14 Seniors Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 5, Ella Hall 2. position changes were tried
A Mullane , B Barnes , M Furlong.
Darley 3-4-22 lost Mt Clear 10-7-67 U/15 Seniors Rollo,  S Wilkinson. to mix it up but defensive
The Under 12s burst out physical pressure from
Goals – Brady Wright 1, Will Johnson, Adam Darley 27 lost Mt Clear 38 The Reserves were not so of the blocks and gained a
Azzopardi. Rokewood eliminated some
Goals – Kaylee Banner 15, Ella Cook 12. fortunate and whilst they
strong lead and played a goaling opportunities.
U/14 Reserves kept with their opponents
U/15 Reserves better class of football . They Final score - Rokewood 38
for three quarters, their op-
Darley 3-2-20 lost Mt Clear 13-10-88 Darley 25 def Mt Clear 16 lead all day and stifled any def Ballan 21
ponents ran away in the last.
Goals – Kurtis Beck 1, Tyler O’Hehir, Joshua Goals – Makita Spence 14, Edyn Thomas 11. attempts the Grasshoppers
In ideal conditions for foot- C Grade this week was the
Dudzik.
U/17 Seniors ball the Blues were always made to score. A resound- best the team have played.
U/16.5 Seniors in striking distance but the ing win and again hopefully They were neck and neck
Darley 35 def Mt Clear 22
Darley 11-7-73 def Mt Clear 7-7-49 Grasshoppers on their home the start of another string of until the end of the third
Goals – Maegan Taylor 20, Kaylah Blain 15. patch, had too much to play wins as we enter the home quarter. Everybody brought
Goals – Connor Ascough 3, Andrew
Azzopardi 2, Corey Beaton 1, Tom Presnell, U/17 Reserves for.  Taylor Bryant was again straight of the season. a little something of their
Darley 43 def Mt Clear 19 a steady worker and the Dar- Final Score - Ballan   3   4  22  own to the court this week.
Jeremy Sebastian, Jai Dodemaide, Matt
ley brothers were right in the def Rokewood Corindhap   0  Final score - Rokewood 35
Arnold. Goals – Emma Winzar 29, Isabel Fischer 14.
fray at opposite ends of the 0   0. def Ballan 28.

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