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Tuesday 27 June, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 25

Spectacular!
The steam locomotive travels to Ballarat from Melbourne, passing through Ballan near the Bostock Reservoir on the Ballan-Gordon Road. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Helen Tatchell Hundreds of people lined the route last and Ballan, on its way to Ballarat. An and 50 years on they are still able to
Saturday to catch a rare glimpse of these awesome journey indeed. operate these specials, a testament to
It was a steam rail spectacular steam locomotives, with photographers those who had the vision and sheer
“The delay, which had keen onlookers
throughout Moorabool, even if the wait clicking with glee. waiting for a number of extra hours, was determination in the early days of
was two and a half hours for a two and a A spokesperson on the Steamrail caused by a late departure at Southern preservation.
half second glimpse. Victoria facebook page said it takes a lot
Cross, then a fire box had to be dropped “This event is a celebration of not just
of man hours and many thousands of
Three ‘VR’ passenger locomotives, D3 just out of Bacchus Marsh and held the the trains but the passionate people who
dollars to get these trains on the tracks
639, A2 986 and an R761 climbed the train up for quite some time. have contributed to the success over
and out into regional Victoira.
up the Pentlands and onto
steep terrain “But the volunteers worked hard to get those 50 years.”
“I think it is only fair to say, it is
Ingliston Bank from Southern Cross appreciated by every person that it ‘back on track’ and rolling again.” The Moorabool communities hope they
station, to Ballarat, Geelong and back to came along to see the train head out In 1965 the Steam Preservation continue to capture the imagination of
Melbourne. from Melbourne, via Bacchus Marsh Coordinating Committee was formed many for the next 50 years.

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If you think your rates are
high now; just wait …
By Kate Taylor to be understood or answered,” the “The Government is currently

Property valuations for rates are set
report reads.
The report went on to raise more
working closely with the Municipal
Association of Victoria on
Putting it all into perspective
to become annual – and the increasing questions. implementing this reform.” With Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell having already
cost to council might be a cash-grab “The proposed changes are quite But member for Western Victoria announced that he will not seek re-election because he wants
by the State government. fundamental to local government Simon Ramsay said the proposal to give others the chance to lead, he is keeping his promise to
For more than a century, local at a number of levels, why has there simply looks like another way for the not hold back on commenting in his final term.
councils have been responsible for been no consultation or stakeholder Andrews Government to make more The rates system, it seems, is certainly not exempt from the
the land valuations required as part engagement? What is the impact as to money more often” because of the firing line.
of charging rates to property owners. cost in moving to annual as opposed centralisation of the data collection. “Whilst I am not sure if it is ironic, moronic or possibly both; it’s
Councils have recently been allowed to the current bi-annual valuations? “What this means is that it will cost probably time to lift the obvious illusion that rates are actually
to opt-in to a system where the Valuer Based on the increased frequency of Councils more - they will have to pay rates; let’s call it for what it is, a bloody tax,” Cr Tatchell said.
General takes over all valuation valuations, Moorabool could expect a for the work to be done – and because “The Geoff Howards, the Natalie Hutchins, of this world can
requirements; but a new bill currently potential doubling of the current cost they will not own the data – they will continue to trade off the rate capping headline as all warm and
before state parliament will mean that burden to future budgets.” have to pay for that too,” said Mr caring, never having to tell the real story; knowing full well that
the Valuer General will take over all Ramsay.
Moorabool signed a new valuations property owners in the peri-urban regions are hardest hit by
valuations for all councils, and that “Some councils are indicating the the city-centric policy making of the troglodytes.
contract just before the changes were
instead of being conducted every two valuation process changes could cost
floated, and the cost of redundancies “It’s a bit rich the conservatives crying foul on the differential
years, they will be conducted every
for in-house valuations staff is unclear. them up to $300,000 a year. Councils rating system; they were given ample opportunity to balance
year.
Member for Buninyong Geoff will need to find ways to pay for this. the ledger and put in place a sensible re-set policy; let’s face
A report on the issue, tabled at the However, annual valuations will it the bush has been squeezed harder than the butt cheeks on
Howard said that centralising
June 7 council meeting, noted that also mean higher property values an elephant with dysentery.
property valuations under the
there are significant unknowns and ratepayers paying higher rates – “The maths is simple, even for the deluded pin-stripes of
about the proposed reforms and management of the Valuer General
is expected to improve the efficiency, councils will pocket this.” Spring Street; 30 per cent of the people live outside the city of
the local government sector and the gold, but only three per cent is returned to the long-suffering
consistency and transparency of Central Ward Councillor Paul
MAV are currently in the process of tax-paying rural sector.
property valuations in Victoria, with Tatchell shot down that theory.
better understanding the detail of the “Now with the wisdom of one flying directly over the cuckoo’s
suggested changes and the potential 18 councils already opting in to using “Ramsay doesn’t understand the
the Valuer General valuation model. rate system; rate capping makes nest, our fearless leaders want to put a $300k impost on the
implication for councils. rate payers to annually value the rural castles of the great
“At a glance, there are a number “I understand that Moorabool Shire sure Councils don’t pocket from a
unwashed, topping up their coffers through land tax; seriously
of potential issues that arise from doesn’t employ in-house valuers and valuation increase.” Cr Tatchell said.
these people have the fiscal credibility of Scrooge Mc Duck,
the proposal including significant that this work is currently contracted Either way, the council report on the and they want more. The system isn’t just broken, it’s rotten to
cost issues relating to the costs of out by council,” Mr Howard said. issue is damning. the core,” Cr Tatchell said.
conducting more frequent valuations, “All other states and territories have “Unfortunately for local government “The rural sector can’t keep up with the economic lunacy,
issues surrounding the management a centralised statutory Valuation and ratepayers, there will be very little something has to give; Fire levies, land taxes, road tolls, rates,
of supplementary valuations, legal Authority responsible for delivering upside to the proposed changes. The insurance levies, water levies GST, living taxes, dying taxes, if
issues surrounding the standing of property valuations and it’s time for vast majority of consequences will be we keep going the way we are going, the mortgage will be the
existing valuation contracts and a Victoria to operate under the same negative for both local government cheapest debt we have; And they still can’t balance the book.”
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Investment for An example of a good bloke
‘at risk’ families By Helen Tatchell

For he’s a jolly good fellow,
for he’s a jolly good fellow….,
By Jessica Howard funding at the Roadmap for actually he is a Paul Harris
Reform conference, which Fellow.
Vulnerable families and coincided with the launch Senior Constable Jim Ross
children will be better sup- of the Children and Families is the Youth Resource Of-
ported thanks to a $29.2 mil- Research Strategy 2017-2010. ficer stationed at Bacchus
lion investment in child and The research strategy will Marsh police station, and
family services. develop the evidence-base was recognised by the Ro-
Minister for Families and and provide grant funding tary Club of Bacchus Marsh
Children, Jenny Mikakos with a special gold pin and
opportunities for the sector.
said the State Government certificate.
“We know that prevention
will work with more than President of Bacchus Marsh
and early intervention is the Rotary Scott Pepin said Paul
2,000 additional families at most effective way to pre- Harris founded Rotary In-
risk of becoming involved vent harm, abuse or neglect. ternational in 1905 in the
with child protection or out- That’s why we are working USA.
of-home care. with families to ensure they “The award is in recogni-
The $29.2 million was deliv- can provide a safe and stable tion of Jim’s services to Vic-
ered in the Victorian Budget environment at home,” Ms toria Police; his dedication
2017/18 and will incorporate Mikakos said. to the community, to youth
$5.1 million to trial and and to the people of Bacchus Rotary President Scott Pepin presents Senior Constable Jim Ross with the Paul Harris
“We are ensuring that vul- Fellow award. Photo – Helen Tatchell
evaluate evidence-based Marsh.
nerable families are better
programs that improve supported much earlier so “You stand with Nelson only Moorabool Shire but education to Year 6, 7 and crystal methamphetamine,
family capability and child Mandela, Pope John Paul II,
that every Victorian child also Hepburn and Golden 8 students; re-established are a huge problem but it is
Mother Teresa and Mahatma
safety through a state-wide has the best start in life and Plains. the Blue Light Disco, just to alcohol that is the biggest
Gandhi, all recipients of the
submission process. the best chance to reach their He was the spearhead be- name a few of his achieve- problem. It can lead to gam-
Paul Harris Fellow award,”
The latest investment will full potential.” Mr Pepin said. hind the Moorabool Drug ments in the community. bling and of course family
enable the child and family The Children and Families Mr Ross, a Coimadai resi- Action Group (MDAG); “I have been 10-years in violence.”
services system to identify Research Strategy 2017-2019 dent, said he was speechless. helped implement ‘Get- the Youth Resource Of- Mr Ross’ role also sees him
families at risk earlier and and information on the “I don’t know how come ting Dirty’ – a school based ficer role and have created work alongside troubled
connect them with the right learning system grants can you chose me. I am so hon- program for children at risk many networks and built youth and assist the Sexual
support services. be accessed at strongfami- oured, thank you,” he said. of leaving school early; pre- partnerships. Offences and Child Abuse
Ms Mikakos announced the liessafechildren.vic.gov.au. Mr Ross’ work takes in not sents ‘cyber safety’ and drug “We know drugs, especially Investigation Team (SOCIT).

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History, in her footsteps
By Jane Gardner

Eight years is a long time in
anyone’s language, but that’s
what it took local artist, Liz
Blizzard to research and
complete her new work; “In
Her Footsteps”. Liz’s series
of paintings, currently being
exhibited at the Art Gallery
of Ballarat, explores her
female ancestry, starting
with arrival of her 17-year
old great grandmother,
Annie O’Donnell on the
sailing ship Fairlie in
Melbourne in 1856.
The years spent researching
the lives of the women in Local artist, Liz Blizzard recently opened her new exhibition,
her family took Liz to the “In Her Footsteps” at the Art Gallery of Ballarat.
Buckland Valley in North Photo – Jane Gardner
East Victoria and Walhalla
way – terrible heartbreak. carrying children and
in Gippsland to learn how
One of Annie’s sons Samuel, family possessions to get to
her ancestors lived.
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“I even looked into what
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sort of handbags they would
Twins followed in 1870 with and dancing to the violin.
have carried in those days,
so my paintings could be an unnamed baby girl dying While Liz’s paintings tell of
more realistic,” Liz explains. at birth. In all, Annie lost her family’s personal stories,
five of her 10 children. One she says they speak for all
The 24 paintings primarily
startling painting depicts pioneering women.
follow the journey of Annie
O’Donnell and her daughter Annie being remanded “There’s no doubt they
(Liz’s grandmother) Kate. in an asylum in Sale for deserve to have their stories
As was true for so many of medical examination, after honoured in such a beautiful
our female pioneers, these being charged for being of way.”
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hardship and – with the loss The paintings bring to life on display at the Art Gallery
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Murder trial
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By Jessica Howard located a pair of Broadfoot “He then disposed of the
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ON THE BALLARAT AND
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heard. of thongs were found in a told police that Mr Foggin
Forensic officer for Victoria garbage bag at the workshop had cleaned out the cabin of
Police, Janelle Heffernan on November 25, 2015. the utility.
said biological material was Saturday 1 July
DNA samples were taken He said Mr Foggin had got
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Christopher Trotter’s Ford
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24, 2015. Trotter, the owner many months, Trotter was Ms Heffernan said it was
of Maddingley Car Care, forced to admit that the ve- just as likely for the DNA
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murder. up to Queensland. while Mr Foggin cleaned the
Mr Foggin’s body has never “That admission, not un- rear tray of the vehicle, as it
been found. Trotter has
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Over the coming four to six weeks, Council contractors will be assessing and pruning trees Leisure Centre Services Officer - Casual – Applications close Friday 7 July 2017
A series of arson attacks has seen the
Ballan township fall victim to five
deliberately lit fires in just two weeks.
Sgt. Michael Kearnes said the fires
caused superficial damage to grass and
“These fires are the subject of an
ongoing investigation, however I can
Sergeant Kearnes urged the Ballan
community to be vigilant and report any
fences. say that Ballan Police and their partners

along a five kilometre section of Blakeville Road, between Georges Lane and Corcorans Lane. All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
The grass fires occurred along Gillespies
Lane, Ingliston Drive, Shaws Road and
“The potential for catastrophic fires,
however, is a very real threat,” he said.
at Moorabool CIU are satisfied that the
fires were deliberately lit based on a
suspicious vehicles or persons seen on
Total Fire Ban days, or a high fire danger
index days, to Crime Stoppers (1800 333
Bences Lane. “In all cases, the day was either a high number of factors.

The works are being undertaken to improve access and egress to the Blakeville community One of the fires has been attributed
to the theft of copper wire from a live
fire danger index rated day or a Total
Fire Ban day”.
“A person of interest has been spoken
to, however enquiries are ongoing. We
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• Monday July 3: 4.00pm-6.00pm in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan
Please join us and Ron Murray for a morning of Indigenous culture, music and stories.
You are invited to review the draft Ballan Strategic Directions Paper and make comment at www.
Saturday 1 July, 10am-12noon, Lerderderg Library, Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations until Monday 17 July, 2017. Alternatively, the Ballan Strategic
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NAIDOC WEEK CELEBRATIONS
Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan
Moorabool Shire Libraries are celebrating NAIDOC Week with “Sounds and Stories of the
Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
First Australians”, presented by Ron Murray from Muthi Muthi country. Ron has performed for
Lerderderg Library, Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
the Queen, Muhammad Ali, Yusam Islam and Sir Bob Geldof. Come and experience Aboriginal
If you require further information, please contact Geoff Alexander, Strategic Planner on culture, enjoy the power of positive stories, and the healing sounds of the didgeridoo.
5366 7100 or at galexander@moorabool.vic.gov.au
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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST – WEBSITE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Winter School Holidays are fast approaching.
The Bacchus Marsh Public Hall Committee of Management is seeking a provider to manage
Visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/libraries to book your sessions.
their website including page content, the underlying content management system, domain name
Highlights include NAIDOC Week festivities, RooKeepers Wildlife Show, scrapbooking, children’s
renewals and website hosting.
animated musical comedy movie and sand art.
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Moorabool’s new citizens
The population has not
Letters to the
risen in Moorabool but the
amount of new Australian
citizens did rise at a recent
ceremony.
Editor
Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au
Ten people from countries
that included India, China, Dear Editor,
Thailand, Romania and the
I am not impressed by Mr Strangio’s
United Kingdom officially
(Letter to Editor MN 13 June) crocodile
made Australia their new
tears regarding the desecration of the
home and proudly received quality of life of residents of Bacchus
Australian Citizenship. Mr Melville Key. Miss Fei Gao. Mr Adrian Stroe.
Marsh due to truck traffic through our
Moorabool Mayor Cr David town. As I suffer the noise of B-double
Edwards hosted the event at trucks, at all hours, screaming down our
the Ballan council chambers residential road, with air brakes in full
on Monday 5 June. throttle I am reminded with deep regret
“New Australian citizens of Mr Strangio’s relentless opposition to
demonstrate understanding the original, RSL approved Woolpack
and acceptance of Australian Road solution. The trees along the
values and dedication and avenue are being replaced all the time.
commitment to Australia by Right now, around 50 of them are young
becoming official citizens replacements of the originals.
at these ceremonies,” Cr Mr Pranav Sati. Mr Balbir Singh. Ms Sirikan Raksaphakdee. An extension of Woolpack Road with a
Edwards said. memorial roundabout commemorating
Taking an oath or the service men and women of later wars
affirmation, all new citizens would have been a fitting reminder of
were presented with a those servicemen who held the welfare
welcome gift comprising of a of the citizens of their home town close to
Certificate and a native tree their hearts. I wonder how many of those
to plant. who opposed the Woolpack extension
actually live along our down-town truck
New Citizens routes. The people of our town and their
Miss Fei Gao, Mr Melville children have a right to live in safety and
Key, Mrs Bridget McAdam, peace. This right is more sacred than
Mr Simon McAdam, Ms trees, however much we all cherish the
Sirikan Rakasphakdee, Mr Avenue. The Woolpack Road solution
Pranav Sati, Mr Godwin would have alleviated much of our
Sebastian, Mr Balbir Singh, Mr Godwin Sebastian with his family wife Melissa, Bungaree residents Heather and Ron Trigg with new traffic woes years ago.
Mr Adrian Stroe and Mrs children Patrick and Dominic and Moorabool Mayor citizens from the UK Bridget and Simon McAdam and Judy Archer
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Bacchus Marsh Rotary Art Show
Results
Diana Gibson Award for the Best
Oil Painting in the Show: First Prize:
Gregory R. Smith for “Still Life with
Rembrandt Print”. Second Prize: Ray
Hewitt for “Towards the Gorge”.
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Winner: Ann Rayment for “Urban
Dreams”. Second Prize: Libby
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Best Artwork by Local Artist:
Winner: Brett Allen for “Untitled”.
Best Small Painting: Winner:
Carolyn Marrone for “Out for a
Stroll”.
Best 21 Years and Under: Winner: Lily
Stevens for “Distancia Desconocida”.
Local Content Prize: Winner: John
Best Photograph in show was won by Best Oil Painting in show won by artist Gregory Bark Art – ‘Waiting’ by “Our Boys’ by
Walsh for “View over Bacchus Shirley Yeates Patricia Wade
Elizabeth Parsons for ‘Solitude’. R Smith for ‘Still Life with Rembrandt Print.
Marsh”.
Best Photograph: Winner: Elizabeth
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Gorge scene of rescue Police Rounds
By Jessica Howard
Speeding on the Western Freeway was not
A man has been rescued the smartest move by a Ferntree Gully man.
from the Werribee Gorge
State Park after he injured his The 26-year old man was detected exceeding
ankle while rock climbing. the speed limit on the Western Freeway by
over 50 KM/H on Friday 16 June.
Bacchus Marsh SES vol-
unteers responded to assist Ballan Police said the driver will be
Ambulance Victoria Crews summonsed to appear at the Bacchus Marsh
at around 1pm on Sunday, Magistrates’ Court for offences including
June 18. exceeding the speed limit, driving whilst
Bacchus Marsh SES Deputy disqualified and driving an unregistered
Controller Operations, Bill motor vehicle.
Robson said volunteers sent “It is a timely reminder that with winter
in a ground crew to locate ••• comes a change in road conditions and
and assess the male patient, visibility. The manner in which some of
who was located at Falcons our community have been detected driving
Lookout. Multiple break-ins occurring over the would, given these changes, result in serious
Queen’s birthday weekend have been linked accidents. This is entirely preventable,” he
“Paramedics also made the
hike in to the patient who to three Geelong residents. said.
was suffering from an in- The break-ins occurred at Ballan, Bacchus Sgt Kearnes said the Ballan and district
jured ankle,” he said. Marsh and other locations over a three-day community will see a more visible Police
“Additional crews made ac- period. Three offenders have been charged presence on the roads over the next couple
cess to the isolated area by with multiple counts of burglary and theft. of weeks.
4WD and Ambulance crews A break-through in the case came as a result “We will be targeting driving behaviours
requested an air ambulance of CCTV cameras. including speed, mobile phone use,
to undertake a winch out Bacchus Marsh SES attend to the injured climber. Photo BM SES Officer in Charge at Ballan Sergeant Michael registration and the manner in which the
due to the isolated and steep Kearnes, encouraged business to install and motor vehicle is being driven.”
terrain in the area”. helicopter for transport to and marks the third time upgrade their cameras to act as a deterrent
Mr Robson said Air Am- hospital. Bacchus Marsh SES vol- and where needed, assist in solving crimes. •••
bulance crews promptly at- “The area was bustling with unteers have attended the
tended and lowered a para- around 30 rock climbers Werribee Gorge in the last
medic to the base of the cliff at the time of the incident, ••• A driver who lost control of his motor vehicle
month.
face. with all climbers vacating on the Western Freeway on Friday 31 March
the area while the winching Mr Robson reminded hik- A recurring theme Sgt Michael Kearnes is 2017 (as reported in the Moorabool News)
“SES volunteers and local
ambulance crews prepared operation took place”. ers to be safe and well pre- seeing is traffic offences, mostly relating to will receive a summons for careless driving.
the patient for winching and The rescue operation was pared when enjoying local the manner in which the motor vehicle is Drugs and alcohol were not contributing
the male was winched to the completed within two-hours bushland. being driven. factors.

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Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
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Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
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Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Bacchus Marsh.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church Select Australia
Ballan Anglers Inc Sunday Services 10am with kids program. AFL Goldfields Holiday
222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. Camps
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – www.bacchusmarshcc.org
0400 003 936. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills $40
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office). Tuesday 11th July
Enq - 0421 222 717. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh Leisure Centre, Bacchus Marsh
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Participants to bring own lunch & water bottle.
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong – All participants receive a packet of select footy cards and an
album
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
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Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday www.aflvicholidayprograms.com.au
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/aflvicholidayprograms and follow us on Twitter @

Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727..
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This is Truly a Special Place to Call Home Solid return
on rentals
well in south east Victoria
recorded the state’s highest
returns for two-bedroom
homes with a yield of 8.3 per
cent.
This was closely followed
by the nearby towns of Sale
and Moe which achieved
returns of seven and 6.9 per
cent respectively.
Other regional towns de-
Joseph Walton livering solid returns for
two-bedroom homes in-
President, Reiv
clude Mildura (6.6 per cent),
Traralgon (6.5 per cent) and
Investors in regional Vic-
Maffra (six per cent).
toria enjoyed some of the
Meanwhile, Bairnsdale de-
53 Connor Court, Ballan state’s strongest rental
livered one of the highest
returns in the first three
returns for three-bedroom
Price: $770,000 months of 2017.
The latest REIV data shows homes with a gross rental
A relaxing welcome home, to a beautiful outlook. Huge returns in regional Victoria yield of 6.6 per cent.
outstripped every property Stawell and Newborough
4 bedroom sandstone effect residence. The master also realised strong rental
type in metropolitan Mel-
offers large walk in robe and ensuite. The main with bourne with two and three- returns for this property
bedroom homes some of the type with yields of 6.4 and
spa. Spacious living lounge, separate rumpus, kitchen, best performing. 6.2 per cent respectively.
dining and family. Wide verandah, hobby room/office Two-bedroom homes in High returns for fam-
regional Victoria delivered ily homes were also seen in
and double garage. Large “man” shed with power. investors a gross rental yield Shepparton (six per cent),
of 5.3 per cent while three- Horsham (5.9 per cent) and
Across the bridge with scenic dam, long inviting drive.
bedroom properties record- Hamilton (5.7 per cent).
Contact Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 ed returns of 4.9 per cent. While a high yield allows
By comparison, the same investors to service their
sized homes in metropoli- loan, it is no guarantee that
tan Melbourne delivered a property in a particular
returns of just 2.7 and three area will continue to do
per cent respectively. well. Changes in the median
The yield is the potential in- weekly rent and vacancy
come (rent) in relation to the rates have a significant bear-
property’s purchase price ing on annual returns.
with the ideal combination For more information on
being a low purchase price gross rental yields by town
and a high weekly rent. and property type, visit reiv.
In the March quarter, Mor- com.au

132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets Ballan
Rayner Phone: 5368 1057
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Arbee Real Estate

There is currently a HUGE level of demand for properties in
Bacchus Marsh & we urgently require more properties.
Below are people looking for properties
(Their names have been changed for privacy reasons).

Anita Bath Theresa Green Ahmin Yashed Wil Power
Beds ............ 3-4 Beds ............ 4 or 3 plus study Beds ............ 3 Beds ............ 4-5
Baths ........... 2 Baths ........... 2 Baths ........... 1 Baths .......... 2
Car ............... 2 Car ............... 2 Car ............... not important Car ............... 2-4
Land ............ min 700sqm Land ............ min 900sqm Land ............ min 600sqm Land ............ min Acre
Location ...... B/Marsh or Location ...... Darley Location ...... B/Marsh, Darley, Location ...... Hopetoun Park /
Darley Price ............ up to $600,000 Maddingley Merrimu
Price ............ up to $600,000 Price ............ $350,000 Price ............ up to $800,000

Amanda Hugginkiss Anne Dye Wil Dance Jye Normas
Beds ......... 0 Beds ............ 3-4 Beds ............ 4-5 Beds ............ 3 t/house, unit
Baths ........ 0 Baths ........... 2 Baths ........... 2 Baths ........... 2
Car ............ 0 Car ............... 2 Car ............... 2 Car ............... 2
Land ......... Flat land Land ............ min 650sqm Land ............ min 600sqm Location ...... B/Marsh, Darley,
1,000sqm + Location ...... B/Marsh or Location ...... B/Marsh or Maddingley
Location ... B/Marsh or Darley Darley Darley Price ............ up to $500,000
Price ......... up to $300,000 Price ............ up to $450,000 Price ............ up to $580,000

If you have been thinking of selling or would simply like an up to
date appraisal on your property, give the team a call at
Arbee Real Estate Professionals on 5367 2333.
www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first
17 MALCOLM STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 34 RIVERSDALE CRESCENT, BACCHUS MARSH
AUCTION THIS SATURDAY AUCTION

CENTRAL-CHARMING-COMPLETE 3 1 1 BIG - BIGGER - BIGGEST
• 3 bedroom home, fully renovated, BIRs, brand new carpet & ceiling fans. • Mortgagee in Possession – Auction Saturday 8th July 2017 at 11.00am 6 2½ 2
• All your heating & cooling satisfied with ducted refrigerated heating & cooling. Auction: Saturday 1st July at 11am • Generous 6 bedroom home, master bedroom having a large WIR & full Ens. Auction: Saturday 8th July at 11am
• Open plan kitchen, has a walk-in pantry, Ceasar stone bench tops, Bosch Inspect: Saturday 1st July • Further 5 bdrms (all with WIRs) are all upstairs serviced by a big bathroom & Inspect: Saturday 1st July
dishwasher and a Blanco 5 burner gas freestanding stove. an additional living area.
10.15am–10.45am 12.30pm–1.00pm
• The dining & living area have hardwood polished timber floors with a built-in • Island Ceasar stone bench top & large walk through pantry to the laundry.
marble TV unit & leads out to the decked semi enclosed alfresco area. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Downstairs is a separate powder room & ample storage under the staircase. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• The outside entertaining area has a built in 4 burner gas BBQ, bar fridge, sink, Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • DLUG with concreted driveway & path to the front door & massive storage Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
pendant lighting and a large corner timber bench. under the house. Great views, Land size approx. 862m2.

5 SHEA STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 47 ACACIA AVENUE, DALES CREEK
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

5 REASONS TO LOVE IT - BUY IT 3 1 1 YOUR PERFECT TREE CHANGE AWAITS 4 2 2
1. Open plan living, dining & kitchen with polished floor boards. • Four bedroom home could be just the perfect option for a tree change
2. 3 carpeted bedrooms with built in robes to 2 rooms Private Sale: $329,000 • Master has a full ensuite and WIR, and the remaining bedrooms all have BIR. Private Sale: $643,000
3. Ducted heating, evaporative ducted cooling and 2 ceiling fans Inspect: Saturday 1st July • Spacious kitchen, a large lounge and a second living area. Inspect: By appointment
4. Fantastic pergola/decking area overlooking the reserve 12.30pm–1.00pm • Features include a wood fire, an oversize single garage, carport, under-house Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
5. Single lock up garage with side gates for privacy and driveway for 2 cars Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 storage, water tanks and ducted refrigerated cooling. Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au
Bonus Reason – Close to shops, schools and public transport – all on approx. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • The huge back veranda is perfect for entertaining or just enjoying the serenity.
593m2 • Situated on a beautiful 1 acre allotment, only 15 minutes from Bacchus Marsh.

6 MAISIE COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 7 WITTICK ST, BACCHUS MARSH 11 PIKE PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH 9 MOORABOOL DRIVE, BALLAN
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION PRICE REDUCED

NEAT, TIDY & CLOSE TO TOWN QUALITY & CHARM IN ABUNDANCE SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME THE ENTERTAINER – THE FAMILY
•Situated in the Clifton Park Estate on an approx. 750m2 • Simply stunning, immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master • 4 Good size bedrooms (all with robes) • 4 bedroom with his/hers walk in robes and ens with spa
•Modern 4 bedroom family home. Master WIR & ensuite with ensuite & WIR. • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Direct entry from double garage
•The remaining three bedrooms all contain built in robes. • 9’ ceilings & Tassie oak timber flooring throughout. • Spacious separate loungeroom, dining and family room • 3 living areas, formal lounge, kitchen family, rumpus
•The kitchen has plenty of bench & cupboard space, a • Open plan lounge, gas log fire, formal dining, separate • Large kitchen, gas cooktop, wall oven and dishwasher plus separate study
walk in pantry, Stainless Steel appliances including a family with space heater. • Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle cooling/heating • Double glazed windows, ducted heating, ducted
900mm Oven, Dishwasher, and Microwave slot. • Blackwood kitchen, loads of cupboard & pantry space. • Double garage with auto door vacuum, dishwasher

SOLD
•There are two separate living areas, internal ac- • Elevated deck overlooking expansive backyard. Single • Covered pergola, garden shed, stone retaining wall and • Immaculate landscaped and paved grounds
cess from the DLUG, NBN connected, gas heating & garage with high ceilings and glass doors and window. good size backyard - 846 sqm block (approx.) • Water tank plus town water, set on large 788m2 block
evaporative cooling.
Private Sale: $457,000 Private Sale: $449,000 Private Sale: $465,000 Private Sale: $489,000
Inspect: Saturday 1st July 1.15pm–1.45pm Inspect: Sunday 2nd July 12.30pm–1.00pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

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

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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Bacchus Marsh 4 Whitney Court 3 2 1 Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2

Well Loved Property – Land 650m2 Private Sale Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale
This well loved property is perfect This impressive property is in a quiet
Price $379,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
for the first home buyer or investor.
Situated in a quiet court on a Inspect Saturday 10.30–11.00am drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.00–1.30pm
approximate 650 m² block of well shops, schools & train station. Easy
landscape land. Established gardens, Office 2/137 Main Street, access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street,
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
fruit trees, a single garage with
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backyard and a short distance to the kelvin@lensmith.com.au overlooking market gardens to be kelvin@lensmith.com.au
freeway outlet for those who commute enjoyed.
to Melbourne or Ballarat.

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Bacchus Marsh 5A Ladds Court 3 1 2 Darley 17 Grantleigh Drive 3 2 2

Stylishly Renovated Private Sale Flawless Single Level Living Private Sale
Great views take centre stage of Meticulously presented throughout
this home designed with plenty of Price $369,000 with an emphasis on quality and energy Price $390,000 – $420,000
natural light. It’s free flowing layout Inspect By appointment
efficiency, this brick veneer home offers Inspect By appointment
has undergone a stylish renovation to single level of low maintenance living
offer effortless functionality, a choice of Office 2/137 Main Street, with functionality at its core. Effortless Office 2/137 Main Street,
living areas and private spaces to relax. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 family comfort, it’s easycare interiors Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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to Bacchus Marsh primary school, shops kelvin@lensmith.com.au first home buyer, young family or empty kelvin@lensmith.com.au
and easy freeway access. nester to enjoy.
Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  CANCER—June
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27 June,
This is a great week for mending relationships. Tensions
at the work place may ease thanks to the intervention of
a friend. There may be coincidences abound through the
weekend. A travel opportunity opens up.

Stars & Puzzles LEO—July 23-August 22
This is a week that is full of fun which may include
planned and surprise social events. You are finally feel-
ing more comfortable in your relationship.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Casual friendships prove rewarding. Travel is on the
horizon, perhaps with one or more family members.
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
✯✯✯✯✯✯
Hunches about individuals and their motives are gener-
ally correct.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Financial projects dominate your time. Be sure to research
your topics as soundly as you can. A platonic relation-
★★★★★★★★ ship brings some pleasant surprises. A writing project may
be stalled.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
A tendency to reveal too much information to soon could
The competition heats up at the work place. Be asertive, land you in hot water. Be on your guard and don’t make
but don’t make it to obvious. In personal relationships, a announcements prematurely.
loved one sets out to pamper and surprise you.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
Your self indulgent streak is trying to surface. Be on your
News from distant corners arrives at an unexpected time. guard if trying to stick to a diet. Your artistic skills are
Relationships are improving gradually, but this is not the noted, especially among your workmates. Some finan-
time to rush the process. A review of your finances is cial news may need clarification.
important.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
Joint ventures are highlighted in a week that accents part-
Your powers of concentration can be strong. This is an nership arrangements. If handling documents, be sure to
excellent week for pursuing a key goal. Don’t neglect read all the fine print. Relationships require a more tender
the health needs of loved ones. An old friend may approach.
resurface.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22
You will find this is a good week for acquiring special
This is a great week for mending relationships. Tensions
NO. 9001 at the work place may ease thanks to the intervention of
objects. Your self sufficent streak surfaces. You shock
and delight friends with your independent ways.
a friend. There may be coincidences abound through the
ACROSS DOWN weekend. A travel opportunity opens up. PISCES—February 20-March 20
7. Disease (7,5) 1. Fighter (8) Avoid short cuts, notably in the household environment.
8. Hesitate (6) 2. Worry (4) LEO—July 23-August 22
Skills can be sharply honed now. You may be signing up
9. Infuriate (6) 3. Fish (7) This is a week that is full of fun which may include for a course in computer technology. Creative activities
10. Assign (7) 4. Bid (5) planned and surprise social events. You are finally feel- are spotlighted, too.
12. Females (5) 5. Subdue (8) ing more comfortable in your relationship.
15. Alloy (5) 6. Boast (4) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You are a humanitarian and an individualist and you love
16. Extend (7) 11. Witness (8)
18. Wine (6) 13. Thrilling (8) Casual friendships prove rewarding. Travel is on the life’s comforts and luxuries. You have an inventive spirit
horizon, perhaps with one or more family members. which comes into sharp focus in the next few months
20. Courteous (6) 14. Salary (7) and may lead to career strides. Family obligations be-
Hunches about individuals and their motives are gener-
22. Animal (8,4) 17. Old (5) ally correct. come more evenly shared over the coming months.
19. Final (4)
21. Bound (4) LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Financial projects dominate your time. Be sure to research
CRYPTIC PUZZLE your topics as soundly as you can. A platonic relation-

SUDOKU
ACROSS ship brings some pleasant surprises. A writing project may
7. How long Nick took? (5,2,1,4). 8. Strong drug a number be stalled.
have been trapped by (6). 9. Extra time (6). 10. He put SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
out the English winner (7). 12. Be inclined, at one point,
to run (5). 15. He’s no diplomat! (5). 16. Many a bread-
winner is new to it (7). 18. Find it possible to get the
NUMBER GAME
A tendency to reveal too much information to soon could
land you in hot water. Be on your guard and don’t make
announcements prematurely.
animal a little food (6). 20. Music that’s nothing for Sa- ANSWER BELOW
tan to get worried about (6). 22. A minor miracle! (5,7). SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22

DOWN Your self indulgent streak is trying to surface. Be on your
1. Someone twirling a gun (8). 2. Boy up a tree (4). 3. A guard if trying to stick to a diet. Your artistic skills are
noted, especially among your workmates. Some finan-
bit to the left, having first reversed (7). 4. Stop, hearing cial news may need clarification.
the sound of feet (5). 5. Notice it’s round (8). 6. The four
quarters are joined together (4). 11. A tin and a battered CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
basin in the grass (8). 13. Before, for instance, it’s up, or Joint ventures are highlighted in a week that accents part-
standing (8). 14. Caught, make certain to condemn (7). nership arrangements. If handling documents, be sure to
17. After about a day, packed and all set (5). 19. The top read all the fine print. Relationships require a more tender
is bent (4). 21. Greets sleepily? (4). approach.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
You will find this is a good week for acquiring special
objects. Your self sufficent streak surfaces. You shock
s’ti-ge. 14, C-ensure. 17, Re-ady. 19, Arch. 21, Nods.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9000 and delight friends with your independent ways.
(paws). 5, Circular. 6, S-E-W-N. 11, Can-nabis. 13, Pre-
Down - 1, Revolver. 2, LimE. 3, Port-I-oN. 4, Pause
PISCES—February 20-March 20
QUICK SOLUTIONS
ape. 20, S-O-nata. 22, Child prodigy.
Avoid short cuts, notably in the household environment.
Across - 6, Assignation. 7, Data. 8, Informal. 9, Stride.
E-victor. 12, S-lope. 15, Frank. 16, L-earner. 18, Can-
Across - 7, Devil of a time. 8, Po-ten-t. 9, Second. 10, Skills can be sharply honed now. You may be signing up
10, Easter. 12, Little. 15, Chance. 17, Spaniard. 19, Yank.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS for a course in computer technology. Creative activities
20, Domesticate. are spotlighted, too.
Down - 1, Essayist. 2, Ignite. 3, Raffle. 4, Tier. 5, In-
17, Stale. 19, Last. 21, Lope.
sane. 6, Adapt. 11, Sealyham. 13, Impede. 14, Elapse.
come. 6, Brag. 11, Observer. 13, Exciting. 14, Stipend. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
15, Caddie. 16, Canoe. 18, Name. You are a humanitarian and an individualist and you love
life’s comforts and luxuries. You have an inventive spirit
Down - 1, Scrapper. 2, Fret. 3, Herring. 4, Offer. 5, Over-
which comes into sharp focus in the next few months
20, Polite. 22, Shetland pony.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
point. 12, Women. 15, Brass. 16, Stretch. 18, Claret.
and may lead to career strides. Family obligations be-
Across - 6, Great strain. 7, (lat)T-I-er. 8, Arranged. 9,
Across - 7, Scarlet fever. 8, Falter. 9, Enrage. 10, Ap- come more evenly shared over the coming months.
Al-B-ert. 10, Streak. 12, P-rises. 15, Fin-Al-e. 17, Smar-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
test. 19, Spar (anag.). 20, Reap a profit.
Down - 1, Peer-less. 2, Strait (straight). 3, Star-tS. 4,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9001
Fawn. 5, An-gela. 6, Grill. 11, Ring’s off. 13, Re-mark.
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Jean Young CLEGG
Our Dear Mother, Barrie, Ian Thomas The Funeral Service to Celebrate the life of the late Mr Arthur
DRY Tiger Natural
Henry Clegg will be held at Michael Crawford Funerals Chapel
One year has passed Great memories of many 226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh TOMORROW Wednesday June Spring Water
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Red Gum
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Loving and missing Uncle Edgar (dec.), Following the Service the Funeral will leave the Chapel for the Red Box
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Lost and Found Results - Round 10
Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Victoria Park Blue (8)
Under 15s
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (4) def Horsham & District (1)
Goals - Gracjan Piotrowski.  (2), Nicolas Varela (2)
Bacchus Marsh Blue (0) drew  Victoria Park Red (0)
Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh (2) lost Buninyong (5)
Goals - Eliza Schembri (1), Haylee Giordmaina (1)

Daen Sadhai (left) 2nd in the Under 15 3000m event

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
The Western Metro Region Cross Country Championships
were held at Lake Dewar last Saturday, the first time
the Bacchus Marsh Centre hosted the Regional event.
Athletes from Altona, Bacchus Marsh, Brimbank, Corio,
‘Reggie’ Male Mastiff cross Female Ragdoll Seal Point Geelong, Gisborne, Melton City, South Melbourne,
Tan – Found in Maddingley – Found in Ballan
Werribee, Williamstown and Woodend participated in the
Championships.
BMLAC Results:
Under 10 Girls - Freya Lidgett-Egan 7th, Tyrah Doyle 19th,
Kira Watts 20th
Lost or Found a dog or
Under 10 Boys - Mitchell Wells 7th, Lachlan Goodman 16th,
cat? Keep up to date
Braydn Rich 17th
with impounded
Under 11 Girls - Elise Cook 5th, Ava Conroy 14th
animals on Council’s
Under 11 Boys - Xavier Goodman 11th, Nate Sadhai 12th
Pet Adoption Facebook
Under 12 Girls - Taylor Farrugia 7th, Tamara Henry 11th
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Under 12 Boys - Ben Peterson 15th
Adoption.
Under 13 Girls - Zara Sadhai - 11th
(MSC DAB 2016-003)
Under 14 Girls - Kirsty Bresnan 6th, Rebecca West 7th
For more information
Under 14 Boys - Solomon Miesen 4th
contact Council
Under 15 Boys - Daen Sadhai 2nd
Customer Service
Well done to Nicholas Ide and Kai Cunningham who
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Female Staffordshire Bull This Saturday morning, the Centre will return to Myrniong
Terrier cross Tan and White Reserve for their Cross Country meet. The first race will
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Ballarat
BallaratFootball/Netball
Football/NetballLeague
League
Ballarat Football/Netball
Results – Round 9 League Central Highlands Football League
Results – Round 9
Results – Round 9A Results – Round 11
Club B C D 19&U
ClubDarley 49 A 26 B 30 C 17 D25 19&U Seniors
Ballarat
Darley 42 49 51 26 31 30 23 1745 25
Buninyong  20.13  (133) def Clunes 2.6  (18)

CHFL
East Point
Ballarat 41 42 52 51 39 31 29 2325 45
Bacchus Marsh
East Point
47
41
45
52
23
39
30
29
38
25 Bungaree 10.13  (73) def Learmonth 7.7  (49)

BFL Ladder
Sebastopol 42 19 23 31 12
Bacchus
RedanMarsh 66 47 56 45 52 23 39 3067 38 Daylesford 13.12  (90) def Newlyn 6.7  (43)
Sebastopol 58 42 19 23 3125 12
Sunbury 64 29 36 Hepburn 28.18  (186) def R’wood/C/hap 2.3  (15)

Ladder
RedanCity
Nth Ballarat 52 66 46 56 22 52 28 3938 67
Seniors Sunbury 58 64 29 36 25 Beaufort 26.19  (175) def Skipton 0.3  (3)
Team % PTS
Nth Ballarat City 52 46 22 28 38 Dunnstown 9.14  (68) def Creswick 9.5  (59)
1 Darley........................164.26 32 Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U Ballan 17.16  (118) def C/gham/Linton 9.4  (58)
2 Bacchus Marsh.........142.50 30 Sen Res Sen Res Sen Res Springbank 11.8  (74) def Waubra 8.7  (55)
3 Lake Wendouree...... 138.14 28 Bacchus Marsh
Club 24
17&U 42
17&U 25
15&U28 15&U5 1
13&U 13&U
Seniors
4 Sunbury....................124.21 24 East Point Jnrs 29 19 24 18 30 31 Reserves Team % PTS
Lake Wendouree 65Sen 55 Res 29 Sen 21 Res13 Sen
16 Res
5 Redan........................ 119.52 24 Bacchus Marsh
Sebastopol 7 24 13 42 30 25 13 2814 54 1 Buninyong 18.7  (115) def Clunes 2.2  (14) 1   Springbank................ 199.10  40
6 Melton South..............85.37 20 East Point
Mount Jnrs
Clear 20 29 5 19 26 24 15 1817 30
11 31 Learmonth 16.12  (108) def Bungaree 2.1  (13) 2   Beaufort................... 224.84  36
7 East Point...................90.53 16 Nth Ballarat
Lake City
Wendouree 51 65 48 55 13 29 46 2118 17
13 16
Redan 15 7 30 13 31 24 1336 18 Daylesford 10.10  (70) def Newlyn 8.3  (51) 3   Hepburn....................179.93  36
8 Melton........................85.95 16 Sebastopol 30 14 4
9 Ballarat ......................82.21 14
Darley
Mount Clear
30
20
36
5
30
26
9
15
15 18
17 11 Hepburn 10.13  (73) def R’wood/C’hap 3.4  (22) 4   Bungaree.................. 177.32  36
10 North Ballarat City......81.84 8
Nth Ballarat City 51 48 13 46 18 17 Beaufort 31.18  (204) def Skipton 0.1  (1) 5   Gordon......................210.08  32
Redan 15 30 31 24 36 18
11 Sebastopol..................46.66 4
Reserves
Ballarat Football League
Darley 30 36 30 9 15 18 Creswick 8.10  (58) def Dunnstown 5.4  (34)
Ballan 13.10  (88) def C’ham/Linton 6.9  (45)
6   Buninyong.................194.07  32
7   Daylesford................. 114.40  32
1 Darley........................259.01 36 Results – Round 9
Waubra 11.10  (76) def Springbank 2.3  (15) 8   Learmonth.................167.34  28
2 Melton South............. 159.11 28 Seniors
Gordon 12.10  (82) def Smythesdale 11.8  (74) 9   Waubra......................143.84  28
3 East Point .................154.40 28 East Point 14.10 (94) drew Bacchus Marsh 13.16 (94)
10  Ballan........................73.27   18
4 Sunbury....................138.53 28 Darley 15.11 (101) def Ballarat 14.10 (94) Under 18
5 Lake Wendouree......140.77 24 11  Newlyn......................79.42   16
Sunbury 11.8 (74) def North Ballarat City 6.14 (50) Learmonth 9.11  (65) def Bungaree 7.3  (45) 12  Creswick...................73.27   14
6 Bacchus Marsh..........117.38 16
Redan 12.16 (88) def Sebastopol 7.16 (58) Hepburn 31.17  (203) def R’wood/C’hap 1.1  (7) 13  Dunnstown................59.90   12
7 Redan.........................84.49 16
8 Melton....................... 96.50 14 Reserves Beaufort 7.9  (51) def Skipton  7.6  (48) 14  Clunes....................... 47.82   12
9 Sebastopol ................54.01 14 East Point 15.6 (96) def Bacchus Marsh 9.14 (68) Creswick 14.11  (95) def Dunnstown  5.8  (38) 15  C’ham/Linton.............43.77   12
10 Ballarat........................66.24 8 Darley 17.14 (116) def Ballarat 3.9 (27) Ballan 20.12  (132) def C’ham/Linton 2.5  (17) 16  R’wood/C’hap.............49.32   8
11 North Ballarat City......23.88 4 Sunbury 21.16 (142) def North Ballarat City 2.3 (15) Springbank  9.11  (65) def Waubra 2.2  (14) 17  Skipton........................20.75   4
Under 18.5s
Sebastopol 9.14 (68) def Redan 6.3 (39) Buninyong 16.14  (110) def Clunes 2.1  (13) 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
1 East Point................. 268.44 32
2 Redan........................ 307.73 28 Under 18.5s
East Point 8.9 (57) def Bacchus Marsh 7.10 (52) Under 15 Reserves
3 Lake Wendouree..... 188.68 24
4 Bacchus Marsh.........169.04 24 Ballarat 4.12 (36) def Darley 2.8 (20) Buninyong 10.17  (77) def Clunes 2.3  (15) 1   Learmonth................ 309.25  40
5 North Ballarat City ...156.69 24 Sunbury 6.12 (48) def North Ballarat City 6.6 (42) Learmonth 14.10  (94) def Bungaree 1.2  (8) 2   Buninyong................. 247.65  40
6 Ballarat ......................99.04 24 Hepburn 16.21  (117) def R’wood/C’hap 0.0  (0) 3   Waubra......................216.40  40
Redan 35.16 (226) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
7 Melton South..............90.31 20 Beaufort  12.12  (84) def Skipton 4.3  (27) 4   Creswick................... 152.71  32
8 Melton.......................128.57 12 Under 16.5 Seniors
Dunnstown 4.6  (30) def Creswick 3.8  (26) 5   Hepburn.................... 137.98  32
9 Sunbury.....................59.62 12 East Point 12.6 (78) def Bacchus Marsh 7.7 (49)
Springbank 16.13  (109) def Waubra 0.1  (1) 6   Beaufort....................186.26  28
10 Darley........................52.84 12 Redan 8.16 (64) def Darley 8.9 (57)
11 Sebastopol...................4.70 4 Gordon 10.14  (74) def Smythesdale 4.1  (25) 7   Daylesford................. 110.05  24
Lake Wendouree 12.9 (81) def Ballarat 7.8 (50)
Under 16.5 Seniors Newlyn 6.11  (47) def Daylesford 3.4  (22) 8   Smythesdale.............103.83  24
North Ballarat 0.0 (0) def Mount Clear 7.6 (48)
1 North Ballarat............ 150.12 32 9   Dunnstown................149.40  20
2 Lake Wendouree......145.92 28 Under 16.5 Reserves Central Highlands Netball League 10  Newlyn.....................124.03  20
3 Redan........................ 127.33 24 Bacchus Marsh 11.14 (80) def East Point 7.4 (46) Central Highlands Netball League 11  Bungaree.................. 98.83   20
4 Darley........................110.30 24 Darley 9.4 (58) def Redan 7.8 (50) Results – Round 11
Results – Round 11 12  Gordon......................69.64   20
5 East Point...................88.68 12 Lake Wendouree 14.8 (92) def Ballarat 6.2 (38)
6 Ballarat ...................... 88.16 12 Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 13  R’wood/C’hap........... 87.81   16
North Ballarat 0.0 (0) def Mount Clear 7.6 (48) Ballan 19 29 21 30 29 57 14  Ballan........................85.07   14
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8 Bacchus Marsh............51.53 4 U/14 Seniors Carngham 13 10 32 32 24 30 15  Springbank................ 71.32   14
Under 16.5 Reserves Bacchus Marsh 3.4 (22) def East Point 2.6 (18) Beaufort 18 22 21 37 38 61 16  Clunes......................... 67.01   8
1 Lake Wendouree..... 302.69 34 Darley 7.7 (49) def Redan 3.3 (21) Skipton 10 17 20 27 23 22
17  C’ham/Linton............... 42.15   4
2 Ballarat .....................146.60 28 Ballarat 8.9 (57) def Lake Wendouree 4.1 (25) Bungaree 24 26 28 43 37 51
Learmonth 7 23 22 35 30 54 18  Skipton......................... 5.17    0
3 North Ballarat.............96.67 20 Mount Clear 8.10 (58) def North Ballarat 4.1 (25)
4 Darley......................... 91.41 18 Buninyong 49 58 39 46 35 82
5 Bacchus Marsh..........93.36 16 U/14 Reserves Clunes 1 9 17 25 39 45 Under 18
6 Mount Clear...............83.30 12 East Point 11.15 (81) def Bacchus Marsh 1.5 (11) Daylesford 14 16 10 28 - - 1   Hepburn.................. 1655.00 44
7 Redan ........................ 74.91 12 Redan 6.8 (44) def Darley 2.2 (14) Newlyn 7 33 29 26 - - 2   Ballan........................185.92  40
8 East Point.....................36.35 4 Dunnstown 15 23 18 23 22 70 3   Buninyong.................195.95  36
Sebastopol 22.19 (151) def Lake Wendouree 1.1 (7)
U/14 Seniors Creswick 14 6 32 29 31 26
North Ballarat 3.13 (31) def Mount Clear 4.6 (30) 4   Springbank................291.64  32
1 Mount Clear..............427.49 36 Gordon 17 29 57 55 53 63
U/12 Seniors Smythesdale 32 8 9 16 11 18 5   Creswick...................215.06  32
2 Darley........................150.58 28
Bacchus Marsh 12.12 (84) def East Point 0.2 (2) Hepburn 35 42 59 38 42 37 6   Skipton......................164.95  32
3 East Point..................176.28 24
4 Redan.........................80.95 20 Redan 8.6 (54) def Darley 3.1 (19) Rokewood 0 12 6 19 40 55 7   Learmonth.................128.76  32
5 Ballarat.......................77.28 20 Lake Wendouree 7.3 (45) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
Springbank 14 27 17 36 35 60 8   Newlyn......................195.77  28
6 North Ballarat...............76.89 8 Waubra 20 12 22 27 20 39 9   Beaufort....................100.21  28
Mount Clear 13.13 (91) def North Ballarat 2.0 (12)
7 Bacchus Marsh............ 41.32 8 10  Clunes.......................52.70   20
U/12 Reserves
8 Lake Wendouree.........36.38 0 11  Dunnstown................60.70   12
U/14 Reserves East Point 5.1 (31) def Bacchus Marsh 3.1 (19) AFL Goldfields Womens 12  Bungaree..................38.00   12
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2 North Ballarat ...........369.14 32 Lake Wendouree 3.1 (19) def Sebastopol 2.0 (12) Football League 13  Waubra .....................35.53   12
14  C’ham/Linton.............23.88   12
3 Mount Clear..............202.95 28 North Ballarat 2.3 (15) def Mount Clear 1.2 (8) Results
4 East Point.................. 181.78 24 15  R’wood/C’hap...........22.66   12
5 Redan......................... 78.19 16 Open Division 1 16  Smythesdale...............19.91   8
6 Darley.........................60.40 16
7 Lake Wendouree.......46.67 16
Ballan Golf Club Redan 12.9 (81) def Melton Centrals 3.1 (19) 17  Gordon.........................0.00    0
North Geelong 11.15 (81) def East Point Dragons 1.0 (6)
8 Ballarat ........................14.22 8 Results - Week ending Saturday 24 June Under 15
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Wednesday Stableford 1   Buninyong................ 600.00  44
U/12 Seniors Drysdale Hawks 5.7 (37) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 3.5 (23)
1 Mount Clear............ 1688.89 36 Winner Hugh Miller (15) 37 points on a 2   Hepburn.................... 424.14  40
Carisbrook 4.4 (28) def Gisborne 4.2 (26)
2 Bacchus Marsh........ 500.00 32 c/b from Michael Di Fiore (13). 3   Gordon..................... 302.93  40
3 Ballarat......................120.00 28 NTP - 15th Hugh Miller Ballarat Youth Girls 4   Springbank................294.78  36
4 Redan........................122.63 24 Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. Redan 4.5 (29) def Creswick 4.1 (25) 5   Learmonth.................264.37  32
5 Lake Wendouree...... 94.22 20 Lakers 6.10 (46) def Carisbrook Lions 0.1 (1) 6   Clunes ......................175.73  28
Saturday Stableford
6 Sebastopol ................ 43.13 16 Ararat Storm 28.23 (191) def East Point Dragons 0.0 (0) 7   Skipton......................100.83  24
7 North Ballarat.............56.57 12 (4th Round House Teams)
Ballarat Swans 5.4 (34) def North Ballarat City 4.2 (26) 8   Dunnstown.................69.76   24
8 East Point.....................16.76 8 A Grade - winner Anthony Moore (7) 37 points,
Riddell Youth Girls 9   C’ham/Linton.............122.72  20
9 Darley...........................36.86 4 R/up Peter Di Fiore (13) 34 points
U/12 Reserves on c/b from Les Martin and Don Wickson. Bacchus Marsh Cobras 15.12 (102) def Diggers Rest Burras (8) 10  Newlyn.....................102.30  20
1 Ballarat..................... 332.69 36 B Grade - winner David Mayne ((24) 37 points, 11  Creswick ...................76.57   20
Melton Centrals 5.11 (41) def Gisborne White 1.1 (7)
2 North Ballarat............366.18 32 R/up Andrew Germon (29) 36 points.  12  Beaufort....................56.25   20
3 Darley........................162.60 26 Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls 13  Daylesford................. 87.27   16
NTPs - 2nd Brian Cran, 12th John Muhlhan,
4 Mount Clear .............242.27 24 North Ballarat City 4.7 (31) def Ballarat Swans 0.2 (2) 14  Smythesdale............. 27.62   12
15th Andrew Germon.
5 Redan........................131.90 22 East Point Dragons 4.1 (25) def Redan 2.2 (14) 15  Waubra .....................20.03   12
6 Sebastopol ................49.77 12 Magpies - 1st Don Wickson, 14th John Costello.
Balls 5, Cut-off 34 points on c/b: Peter Di Fiore, Riddell U/13 Junior Girls 16  Bungaree....................25.58   4
7 Lake Wendouree.......34.57 12
8 East Point.....................38.49 8 Andrew Germon, David Mayne, Anthony Moore, Bacchus Marsh Cobras 8.13 (61) def Darley Devils 5.1 (31) 17  R’wood/C’hap..............9.60    4
9 Bacchus Marsh............23.65 8 Brian Cran, Les Martin, Frank White. Melton Centrals 14.16 (100) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0) 18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Round 9 v Redan Awards – Imogen Goulett, Maddy James,
Breeana Key, Danielle Sultana, Beth Cahill,
FOOTBALL Amber Bettes, Leah Thorburn.
U/10 Seniors
U13 Girls Football
Goals – Bayliss Mifsud 1, Charlie Oughtred
Round 4 v Bacchus Marsh
Awards – Lachlan Bartolo, Deegan Giles,
Darley 5-1-31 lost Bacchus Marsh 8-3-61
Lonnie Ford, Luke Prior, Kai Watkins, Noah
Johansen, Charlie Oughtred. Goals – Tahlia Tschujasehko 2, Maddie Scott,
U/10 Reserves Maddie Dremel 1
Goals – Trae Gorman, Isaac Jordan, Aaron Awards – Taylor Bartlett, Krya Fox,
Bentley Jacyln Mohoney, Jessica Hodge, Diamond
Awards – Trae Gorman, Ewan Shelly, Tyla Stephenson, Jamie-Lee Moloney, Ruby
Green, Sam Chetcuti, Billy Ferella. Thomas, Addison Wright, Shanayd Spence.
U/10 Development NETBALL
Connor McLeod in the Under 18s and Senior Captain Jake Wikie. Photos Jason McEgan Goals – Brodie Hatcher, Darcy Dannatt Round 9 v Redan
Clean sweep for Blues Awards – Lachlan Hunter, Declan Johansen, U/11 Seniors
Isaiah Copeman, Jaiden Prior, Zavier
Ballan Football v Best - A Mullane, J Wilkie, member of the forward Darley 23 def Redan 6
Kaushal.
Carngham/Linton Z Boland, D Christie, S Sher, line got in on the action Goals – Ava Densley 15, Bridie Shanahan 4,
U/12 Seniors
D Tanti but the boys slowed as the Amber Milner 4
Ballan took on Carngham/ Darley 3-1-19 lost Redan 8-6-54
The Reserves were slow out game progressed. The Blues Awards – Alanah Tango, Amber Milner, Mia
Linton at home and follow- cruised to a convincing win Goals – Aidyn Bartolo 1, Nic Cadman, Wade
of the blocks and at the first Hayes, Bridie Shanahan, Ayla Schicatano,
ing their high profile match Dickson
break were down a goal but and best on ground was Claudia Runge.
the week before Carngham Hayden Thompson who ran Awards – Ben James, Cooper Growcott,
then the Whelan train got up U/11 Reserves
came back to earth with a from start to the final siren. Rudie Forde, Tane Powell, Kristian Williams,
a head of steam and away he Darley 18 def Redan 1
thud. The first quarter was In the last half the Linton Charlie Borg.
went and at the end of the
a scrappy session with the boys were unable to score. U/12 Reserves Goals – Mia Hayes 14, Emma Shaw 4
day he bagged eight goals .
Blues gaining a one goal lead Darley 2-1-13 drew Redan 2-1-13 Awards – Emma Shaw, Alexis Milner, Lila
Lachlan Snaith put in a great The Blues will now be firmly
but from then on the Blues Goals – Jayven Tanner 2 Dugan.
match and had plenty of the focused on the finals .
took compete control of the
action and in the ruck Pike Final Score - Ballan. 20. 12. Awards – Tyler Blackwell, Grant Hatcher, U/13 Seniors
match. Ash Mullane was in-
as ever, was a great contribu- 132. def Carngham Linton. Kai Beattie, Jackson Davies. Darley 15 lost Redan 36
strumental up back and set
the stage for numerous goals tor . In the last half the Blues 2. 5. 17 U/14 Seniors Goals – Takeya Tanner 10, Eliza Tango 5
and Jake Wilkie ran his op- tightened up in defence and Best - H Thompson, D Bul- Darley 7-7-49 def Redan 3-3-21 Awards – Eliza Tango, Tahlia Macauley.
ponent ragged up forward. did not allow their oppo- lus, L Currie Jones, H Webb, Goals – Lane Havelberg 3, Bailey Young 1, U/13 Reserves
As the game progressed the nents to score a goal. It was L furlong, J Crowe Will Johnson, Hayden Nash, Ty Closter.
Darley 19 def Redan 18
Blues confidence grew and strong performance from The Under 12s had all the U/14 Reserves
in the third quarter their the Blues in the second half Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 12, Ava Densley
play and peppered the goals. Darley 2-2-14 lost Redan 6-8-44
lead grew to eight goals and and the whole team went up 7
The Blues were blessed with Goals – Jay Ferella 1, Jarrod White.
they maintained that to the a gear. Awards – Maddison Vella, Destiny Stewart.
plenty of options up for- U/16.5 Seniors
end. Zac Boland had a great Final Score - Ballan. 13. 10 ward and their team play U/15 Seniors
game and Dan Christie also Darley 8-9-57 lost Redan 8-16-64
87 def Carngham Linton. 6. has improved immensely as Darley 30 lost Redan 31
lead the way in the ruck and Goals – Blake Colley 2, Corey Beaton 1, Dylan
9. 45 the season has progressed. Goals – Kaylee Banner 22, Tylah Wright 8.
in the tall man department. Lorensini.
Best - B Whelan, L Snaith , Linton did manage to score U/15 Reserves
Jack Connor also made a U/16.5 Reserves
J Lawley, D Pike, J Byrnes, T a goal in the second quarter Darley 9 lost Redan 24
good impression this time Darley 9-4-58 def Redan 7-8-50
McGregor but in the last quarter the
around. The Blues now have Goals – Ty Closter 2, Jack Buttergieg 1, Regan Goals – Makita Spence 7, Edyn Thomas 2.
a week off (bye) before tak- Under 18 coach Johnny Blues went up a gear and
King, Justin Runge, Trae Van Leth, Mitch U/17 Seniors
ing on Clunes away and Mullane has his team on fire booted another three goals.
Winch, Jaiden Martin, Rylan Tanner. Darley 30 def Redan 15
this is also a very winnable and in the first quarter they Final Score - Ballan 8. 5. 53.
game. booted seven goals and their Def. Carngham Linton. 1. Youth Girls Football Goals – Mel Freeman 19, Charlee Keating 11.
Final Score - Ballan. 17. 16. opponents were left in their 0. 9 Round 8 v Gisborne Blue U/17 Reserves
118. def Carngham Linton. 9. wake. It looked like being a Best - E Boland, J Black, J Darley 2-2-14 lost Gisborne Blue 13-9-87 Darley 36 def Redan 30
4. 58 complete avalanche. Every Jarvis, N Pace, C Matheson Goals – Maddy James 1, Danielle Sultana Goals – Emma Winzar 23, Isabel Fischer 13.

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