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(Below) VicPol Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton congratulates Det. Kevin Carson in Melbourne (Photo Lisa Gervasoni) and (main) Detective Carson at the launch in Ballarat. (Photo Helen Tatchell)

By Kate Taylor “For those of you who said I’m no oil Mr Carson said he is truly honoured to
painting… you’re wrong.” be a face for those men and their families
A portrait of former Moorabool resident The event MC was long-time friend Paul that are no longer with us, and was simply
Kevin Carson has been entered in the 2017 Tatchell, a Moorabool councillor. doing his job.
Archibald Prize. “It’s a very large portrait. It shows his “I do not consider myself to be
Detective Sergeant Carson, who recently piercing eyes, and also his large hands exceptional. I consider the courage of
moved from Yendon, was painted by which is perhaps a fitting metaphor for victims and their families as exceptional,”
Ballarat artist Mr Milivoj Micich. his protecting the people,” Mr Tatchell he said.
The portrait was revealed last week at said.
With the Royal Commissions findings
the Victoria Police Museum by Chief He noted that Chief Commissioner
Commissioner Graham Ashton, and then into Ballarat yet to be handed down, both
Ashton congratulated Detective Sergeant
at Ballarat City Council. Carson on his service. Mr Micich and Detective Carson hope this
Detective Sergeant Carson has been “He grew up in Western Victoria, and portrait unites the Ballarat community
a serving member for 40 years, and he’s a detective in Ballarat – he would ensuring the pervasive abuse of children
is known for being involved with the have had to investigate people he knew highlighted by the Royal Commission
investigation into child sexual abuse and that’s the calibre of the man. He’s will never be allowed to occur again.
within the Catholic Church in Ballarat. very professional. He’s a very worthy Mr Micich’s aim is to be selected for
He is also known for his sense of humour person to be painted, he’s someone who’s exhibition by the Trustees of the NSW Art
– which was on show as he addressed dedicated his life to the police force - he’s Gallery and to applaud the great man that
attendees at the unveiling of the portrait. good subject matter,” Mr Tatchell said. is Detective Kevin Carson.

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Tears, joy as jury delivers
not guilty verdict
By Jessica Howard dunger. Is that a really a
Keith Foggin.
motive for killing someone,
A Victoria Supreme Court for murdering someone, be-
jury has found Maddingley cause you couldn’t produce
mechanic Christopher Trot- the car?
ter not guilty of murder. “You might at the end of the
Mr Trotter had been on trial trial form the view that Mr
since June 2 for the murder of Trotter is a sloppy mechanic,
missing man Keith Foggin. a lazy mechanic and maybe
The two men were acquaint- a bit dishonest, but it is not
ed after Mr Foggin delivered grounds for murder.
his 1979 XD Ford station The jury announced their
wagon to Maddingley Car not guilty verdict on Tues-
Care in 2012. The jury heard day (June 27) after almost
Mr Trotter had been restor- two days of deliberations.
ing the vehicle over time. Mr Hutton told The Moora-
Mr Foggin disappeared bool News that the result
on September 24, 2015. His was a relief.
body has never been found. “My client’s instructions
Prosecutors allege Trotter were always that he had ab-
killed Foggin after the pair solutely nothing to do with
fought over the station wag- the disappearance or death
on, which had been reported of Keith Foggin.
ued to lie to missing person you to accept that Mr Fog- with no real evidence as to potential motive, stating that
to police in the months “The family is all relieved
squad detectives throughout gin is dead without a body, how the body was disposed it was absurd for a murder to
leading up to Mr Foggin’s and from what I’ve heard
the investigation. without a cause of death, of,” he said. arise from a simple dispute
disappearance. from the family, [Mr Trot-
However, defence counsel without an autopsy, without “[The Crown’s case] is a over an “old rust bucket”. ter] is really relieved it is all
Crown Prosecutor Daryl
Brown said the accused had Neil Hutton said the Crown a murder weapon, without house of cards, it’s wafer thin “We’re not talking about a over”.
lied about the progress of case was “devoid of any real any inkling of how he was and it’s prone to collapse”. car that someone takes to all The 45-year old mechanic
the car to both Mr Foggin evidence or substance”. killed, without any idea of Mr Hutton asked the jury the hot rod shows and shows maintained a plea of not
and police, and had contin- “The prosecution wants where the body is at all and to think seriously about a off. We’re talking about a guilty throughout the trial.


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Tell him he’s
By Oliver Powell

It was no souvenir that went ‘straight to the pool room’ for
Christopher Castle, who chose to represent himself in the
Bacchus Marsh Court.
He was convicted for a collection of crimes committed
in 2015 and had to pay $3000 to the court fund, received a
$1500 fine on top of a two-year good behaviour bond and a
12-month licence disqualification.
The court heard Castle obtained property by deception and
various driving charges along with theft. Castle pleaded
guilty to all the charges, and attributed the crime spree to his
Methamphetamine problem.
In 2015, Castle advertised cheap car batteries on Facebook.
An unsuspecting victim ordered 30 and transferred $480.
After the payment communication began to falter, the victim
L-R: Jesse & Christine Clark with baby Maverick, Ty King with baby Madden, Damian Mrsic with baby Flynn Hendrix, Alo sent around a pickup crew but neither the batteries or the
Lealaiauloto with baby, and Matt & Leslie Treadwell with baby Kade. Photo - DjHS accused were there. When confronted by the victim via a text

Hubba bubba’s
message about the problem the accused said he “had been in
a car accident” and sent a picture to prove it. However, the
photo was date stamped 2011.
Shortly after that incident Castle was discovered on CCTV
at his old workplace breaking in and stealing loose change in
the office and a fundraising tin. Castle believed the $42 was a
sufficient payback for being “f***ed over twice by [the boss]”.
By Jessica Howard The following day, Kathryn Mauger and Ty King became Police observed the accused intentionally skidding through
a roundabout at Derrimut on May 25, 2015 and upon being
proud parents to 3.08-kilogram Madden, while Jesse and
It took less than 24-hours for five bundles of joy to arrive into pulled over discovered Castle was unlicensed, and had been
Christine Clark welcomed baby Maverick, weighing
the world last month. since 2005. A month later (June 2015) police caught Castle
3.7-kilograms. driving unlicensed again.
Bacchus Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital saw the
delivery of six little bubs between 6am and 9pm on June 14 Erin Campbell and Damian Mrsic were delighted to Castle said the drug problem was behind him, and
and 15. announce the safe arrival of baby Flynn Hendrix, as was Alo represented himself because “I just want this to be over;
Matt and Leslie Treadwell welcomed baby Kade on Lealaiauloto, who gave birth to a 3.5-kilogram bub that is yet some of these charges have been hanging over my head for
Wednesday (June 14), weighing in at 3.32-kilograms. to be named. 18-months”.

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Bag is a good return
By Jessica Howard

A group of Bacchus Marsh
residents are fighting the
war on waste by limiting
their plastic bag use.
Louise Salt is one of 27 peo-
ple who have joined together
to make reusable ‘boomer-
ang’ bags from recycled
Kristie Seketa – MSC Regional Library Officer with the new look
The bags are aimed at re-
library van. Photo – Helen Tatchell

New book look
placing the estimated 3.76
billion plastic shopping bags
that are disposed of in land-
fill sites throughout Austral-
ia every year. By Jessica Howard brary van was important for
Ms Salt said she heard about residents unable to travel to
Moorabool’s rural library Ballan or Bacchus Marsh.
the project in December last van is sporting a colourful “Instead of missing out on
year and had created the lo- new look.
GO PLASTIC BAGLESS - Wendy Ginnane, Jess Carter, Louise Salt (founder of Boomerang Bags), being able to borrow books
cal group through Facebook. The mobile library service
Bronwyn Akers and Jennie Clark. Photo – Lisa Comerford or electronic media, these
“Boomerang Bags was was recently rebranded with residents receive the full
started by two women in “The workshops have been unteer group was also look- other materials”. an external paint job by Bac- benefit of our service,” he
Queensland with the idea really positive, with people ing to donate to local com- Ms Salt said she hoped to chus Marsh graphic design
being that each community both young and old gather- munity groups and sporting company, ‘The Design Bus’.
see more community mem- “Rural residents can reserve
starts its own version of a ing together to furiously sew clubs. The bright new look will aid
bers join the boomerang books online to pick up from
group in order to made a dif- for about three-hours,” Ms in increasing visibility and
“I think there are lots of group, including males. the van, or peruse and bor-
ference locally. Salt said. awareness of the library ser-
places within our town- “I think the word ‘sewing’ row the large arrays of books
“We do this by getting to- vice, which provides story
“All the material has been ship where people are just on board.”
can deter some men, but time activities and resources
gether and sewing bags out donated, with some fabrics handing over plastic bags, Join Moorabool Shire Library
there are so many other jobs to remote parts of the region.
of donated material that purchased or donated from so we plan to engage with Services at the community
involved in the project. We Moorabool Shire Library
would otherwise be thrown the Bacchus Marsh Hospital local schools, libraries and in the celebrations on:
really just want to see more Services will this week cel-
away and re-using it with an Op Shop. As we are all vol- sporting clubs in the hope Tuesday 4 July
people who are interested ebrate the new-look with
awesome new purpose, to be unteers, we rely on these sort that they can start to replace a special morning tea and Dunnstown, Recreation
a free reusable shopping bag of donations, but recycled plastic with our boomerang in reducing their plastic bag
craft activities. Reserve- 10am to 11am.
that people can use again fabric is just another way bags. use and we would love to see Bungaree General
Community members are
and again”. to reduce waste going into “A lot of them are actually more men become involved”. Store- 11.30am- 12.30pm.
invited to attend the special
The Bacchus Marsh group landfill”. made out of some really cool For more information, visit event today, Tuesday (July 4) Gordon Hall- 2pm – 3.30pm.
have so far held four month- Ms Salt said while the bags patterns, so people can also Boomerang Bags Bacchus and Wednesday (July 5). Wednesday 5 July
ly meetings at the Darley were useful for everyday make a donation, which can Marsh at www.facebook. Moorabool Shire Mayor, Blackwood Hall
Neighbourhood House. grocery shopping, the vol- help us pay for thread and com/388313804858310. Dave Edwards said the li- 1.30pm- 2.30pm.

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Making it safe to play
By Jessica Howard

The Ballan community have dug deep into their pockets to
help fund a revamp of the old recreation reserve playground.
Ballan resident, Lori Conroy said the fundraising campaign
was aimed at replacing the “dangerously outdated” existing
“There are parts of the current playground missing and
exposed; it really just needs to be torn down and replaced
with something suitable,” she said.

A mix of
The Bacchus Marsh Choral Group. Photo Helen Tatchell
“The old thing is definitely past its use by date”.
Ms Conroy said the community had so far raised close to
$9,000 through donations, chocolate sales, raffles and an

global tunes
online GoFundMe campaign.
“The whole community has been so fantastic. Everyone is
really willing to chip in and help support the project,” she
“The Moorabool Shire have so far donated a little bit of By Jessica Howard
money too, which has enabled us to at least put down some
fresh bark beneath the existing playground. It’s only a small Music lovers will be taken on a round-the-world trip with
step, but it means that in the meantime, it will be a little bit the Bacchus Marsh Choral Group this weekend.
safer for our kids”. The local choir will perform their annual mid-year concert,
with this year’s theme being, ‘International Medley; around
Ms Conroy said she hoped to raise close to $30,000 towards
the world in song and verse’.
the total project – a goal that is so far definitely in sight.
Chorister, Gillian Loughman says the performance will
“We have two upcoming barbecue fundraisers and a barrel cover a range of music genres that the audience will know
night at the Commercial Hotel in Ballan to come. We plan and enjoy.
to raise a further $1,500 from those three events and that, The 20-member group have been rehearsing every
paired with what will hopefully be a Moorabool Shire grant Wednesday night for 12-weeks.
in August, should get us over the line. The show will be held at St Andrew’s Uniting Church on
“We initially set a goal of $20,000, but after seeing how much Gisborne Road and will be led by the group’s new music
the community has got behind us, our target has grown”. director, Steve Aldridge.
The new playground is set to be completed by December or Ms Loughman said Mr Aldridge had been a valued member
of the choir for many years. He takes the reigns from
January next year.
previous conductor Anne Evans.
The fundraising barbecues will be held at the Ballan IGA on The Bacchus Marsh Choral Group’s International Medley
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Recreation Reserve Lori Conroy and three of her six will be held at 3pm on Sunday July 9. Afternoon tea will be
to be confirmed. provided.
children (L-R) Judd, Jordi and Jhett with the new bark,
making the playground safer until a new facility is purchased. To donate, contact Lori Conroy on 0408 932 092 or visit www. Entry by donation, with proceeds going to the Neighbour’s
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Guilty plea for
‘Murder in Marsh’
By Jessica Howard

Moorabool News

The man accused of mur-
dering Paul Hogan outside EMAIL: news@themooraboolnews.com.au Your Local News WEB: www.themooraboolnews.com.au

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in Bacchus Marsh will plead
guilty to the charge.
Daniel Josef Duhovic was
alleged to have shot Mr
Hogan in the head at point
blank range with a shotgun
on the morning of May 24
last year.
The 33-year-old appeared in
the Melbourne Magistrates’
Court on Wednesday (June
It is believed Duhovic was
Audiometrist Danieel Coonerty (Bloom Hearing) fits Gary Cornell with his new hearing aids. enlisted to kill Mr Hogan by Detectives and police near the scene in Labilliere St Bacchus Marsh last Tuesday. INSET – a floral tribute to Paul Hogan from work colleagues at the Noodle Lovers shop where he was

26-year-old Hong Kong na-
Murder in Marsh
a casual delivery driver. Photos – Helen Tatchell

Photo – Helen Tatchell

tional Yu Tung Lo, who was
living at the Labilliere Street
address at the time.
By Jessica Howard It is also alleged Duhovic shot the victim at point- “They weren’t arguing. When I later heard there had
blank range at the request of Yu Lo. The pair appeared been a shooting on that street, I remembered that I had
A Bacchus Marsh man has been fatally shot in the in Melbourne Magistrates court on Thursday, each seen them standing outside the house”.
driveway of his Labilliere Street home, in broad

The court heard Lo, also
charged with one count of murder. The area was cordoned off for over eight hours.
daylight. A Maddingley resident who ran past the Labilliere In the days following Mr Hogan’s death, tributes
Emergency services were called to the property just Street property just moments before the incident, flowed into Bacchus Marsh Noodle Lovers, where he

known as Tracy, had told a
before 8:20am on Tuesday (May 24) after the victim, said he saw a female of Asian appearance and a man was employed as a delivery driver.
who was sitting in his vehicle, sustained a gunshot standing outside the house at around 8am. Members of the community also took to social media
wound to the head.

boyfriend, Daniel Duhovic. Friends and colleagues of
“I was jogging past and I saw an Asian lady standing to pay their respects.

number of people that Mr The man, identified by police as 48-year-old Paul outside with another guy, I think he might have been “What a tragic and sad case of affairs. No one wins

Hogan, died at the scene. [the victim’s] flat mate, not the shooter. They had a here; a family have lost a dad and another family will

Hogan was abusive and she He said Mr Hogan referred Lo said she was living with
His alleged girlfriend, 26-year-old Yu Tung Lo, was whole heap of boxes and bags, I thought she might have be grieving over the choice their loved one made.
arrested by Homicide Squad detectives on Wednesday been going overseas or something”. Breaks my heart,” a post read.
night alongside a 33-year-old Thornbury resident The resident, who wished to remain anonymous, said Daniel Duhovic and Yu Tung Lo will reappear in court

wanted him dead. to Ms Lo as a “f***ing liar” Mr Hogan in order to com-
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By Kate Taylor and Mira read that Gary had his hearing court that Ms Lo moved into the train station and as they near Bacchus Marsh, said
aids stolen, understanding the impact this the Labilliere Street home in attempted to leave the prop- she did not have a sexual
Not long after the originals were taken in a would have on his daily life, felt compelled early May, and that Mr Ho- erty, a silver 4WD pulled up relationship with Mr Hogan,
home burglary, Ballan man Gary Cornell has to help and - as the local hearing specialists - gan had assisted her in find- to the house. who was described as being
brand new hearing aids. an obligation to get involved.” ing employment at a local He said a man, believed to “jealous” and “angry”.
lettuce farm. be Duhovic, approached the
Bloom Hearing Specialists, in Bacchus Gary was fitted with a pair of Beyond 220 In the days prior to Mr Ho-
He said Mr Hogan had vehicle with a shotgun and
Marsh, donated the expensive items after hearing aids – a product valued in excess of gan’s death, witnesses said
made plans to marry Ms pointed it directly at Mr Ho-
reading Gary’s story on the Moorabool $6,000 and are a step above the hearing aids gan’s head. Ms Lo was attempting to
Lo, with a marriage cel-
News. that Gary was fitted with previously. find an alternative place to
ebrant visiting the house on Mr Hughes said he heard
live, as she was tired of argu-
“Here at Bloom hearing specialists we’re “Not only can Gary hear well again, but we May 23. However, later that Mr Duhovic fire a shot as
all so very proud of our fantastic team at believe he’ll experience better hearing than day, an argument erupted a window of the vehicle ing with the deceased.
between the pair over text shattered. Lo will reappear in court in
Bacchus Marsh and extremely happy and before.”
messages Hogan found on The witness jumped out August.
humbled to be able to help Gary in some Gary himself is very happy to have new Ms Lo’s mobile phone. of the car and ran about Duhovic will appear in the
small way,” a Bloom spokesperson told hearing aids, and very grateful to Bloom. Mr Hughes said text mes- 30-40-metres before ap- Supreme Court before Jus-
Moorabool News. “I’m very pleased with them… no worries sages revealed Ms Lo had proaching a nearby resident tice Jane Dixon on October
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Healthy grants
boost activity
By Kate Taylor The Darley Junior Football/Netball Club
will receive $3,000 to buy uniforms and pay
Four Moorabool sporting clubs have a share affiliation fees.
in $10,000 funding for minor projects. Local members Geoff Howard and Jaala
The money comes as part of the latest Pulford announced the funding.
round of VicHealth’s Active Club Grants, an “We want to support locals to get active and
initiative to encourage more Victorians to get embrace a healthy lifestyle, no matter what
physically active. age, gender or ability,” Mr Howard said.

The Ballan Bowling Club will receive $2,000 Ms Pulford said the grants will help more
to buy three sets of lawn bowls, shade covers Moorabool residents to make physical
and advertising. activity part of their day-to-day life.
The Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club will “Due to a lack of time, lack of confidence,
receive $2,925 to buy golf driver kits and to and societal pressures, many local people
enrol three members in a gold instructor just aren’t fitting the recommended amount
program. of physical activity into their week. With
The Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club will receive these grants, local sport clubs will be able
$2,078 to buy soccer sets, women’s shin pads, to deliver a wider range of opportunities for
socks, goal-keeper gloves, uniforms and everyone to get active, regardless of ability,”
soccer balls. Ms Pulford said.

Moorabool Shire Council
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 5 July, 2017 Moorabool Shire Libraries is proud to launch our re-branded Rural Library Van.
in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at To celebrate, we are hosting a special morning tea and craft activities for our on route
5.00pm. communities:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Tuesday 4 July, 2017:
Dunnstown, Recreation Reserve – 10.00am to 11.00am
EMPLOYMENT Bungaree General Store - 11.30am to 12.30pm
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: Gordon Hall- 2.00pm to 3.30pm
Occasional Care Team Leader – Permanent Part-Time Wednesday 5 July, 2017:
Applications close Friday 7 July 2017 Blackwood Hall - 1.30pm to 2.30pm
Leisure Centre Services Officer – Casual – Applications close Friday 7 July 2017 Come down, bring the kids and take a look at what services we provide.
Team Leader – Urban Amenities – Full-Time position
Applications close on Friday 14 July 2017 TREE INSPECTIONS & PRUNING WORK
Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Monday 3 July – Friday 14 July 2017
LIBRARIES Council will be undertaking aerial inspections and tree pruning works along Grant Street,
BOOK CHATS Bacchus Marsh.
Calling all booklovers to join in the conversation! The works are scheduled to commence on Monday 3 July and are anticipated to be
A book chat is just that – a relaxed chat about the books you’re reading or have read. completed by Friday 14 July. The works will be carried out between the hours of 8.00am
Share your reading experiences with like minded people over some light refreshments. and 5.00pm on weekdays.
New participants are warmly welcomed. All efforts will be made to minimise traffic impacts, whilst ensuring the safety of workers,
Lerderderg Library: Second Wednesday of each month @10am pedestrians, motorists and the general public.
Ballan Library: Second Friday of each month @2pm For further information or assistance, please contact Customer Service on 5366 7100.

Winter School Holidays are fast approaching. Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
Visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/libraries to book your sessions. Tender Number Tender Description
Highlights include NAIDOC Week festivities, RooKeepers Wildlife Show, scrapbooking, children’s C02 – 2017/2018 Swimming Pools – Refurbishment Works
animated musical comedy movie and sand art. Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Friday 30 June 2017 at

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Police Rounds
Ballan has once again been the target of an Inglis on Friday 23 June at approximately
attempted burglary. 7.20am.
Entry was made in to the Ballan Bowling It is alleged the male driver was in a silver or
Club on Friday 23 June, but nothing was grey coloured Mitsubishi sedan vehicle
stolen. Please direct any information to the Ballan
Sgt Michael Kearnes (Officer in Charge Police Station on 5368 1303 or Crime Stoppers
Ballan) said the community is asked to be on 1800 333 000.
vigilant after a number of suspicious loiters,
minor thefts and an attempted burglary in
the Ballan township.
“Please report any suspicious activity in
the first instance via 000 to ensure a speedy
police response,” he said.

Stranger Danger – Police are requesting
assistance from the community after a
student was followed from Edols Street to

Girls to kick Aus Sport funding available
More people in Moora- chance to secure grants to strengthen their operations
By Jessica Howard “With the growth of our female football
competition from 21 teams to 38 currently, it bool will be able to play the buy new sports uniforms and grow their membership.
Local girls will now have even more is important that AFL Goldfields assist in the sports they love, with the and equipment, or to expand “I encourage clubs in Moor-
opportunities to play football thanks to an development of young potential footballers,” State Government set to ex- the skills of coaches and abool to make the most of
All Girls AusKick program. she said. pand the popular Sporting officials. this support and apply on-
Starting in term three, the program is an “Our All Girls Auskick centres are a way to Club Grants Program. Grants of up to $750 are line now for new uniforms,
exciting initiative of AFL Goldfields aimed promote football to young girls at community
The Labor Member for available for travel and up better equipment or training
at increasing AFL participation by females level and hopefully inspire them enough to
want to continue to play with a club with in Western Victoria, Jaala Pul- to $1,000 to buy new team for their coaches,” Ms Pul-
throughout the region.
the region.” ford, has encouraged appli- uniforms or equipment. In ford said.
AusKick sessions will be held in Gordon,
All Girls AusKick sessions will commence cations from local clubs and addition, grants of up to Applications for the Sport-
Melton and Ballarat. in Gordon on Friday, August 21 and finish on community organisations $2,000 are available to ex- ing Club Grants Program
AFL Goldfields female football manager, Friday, August 25. Sessions will take place at for the next round of the pand the skills of coaches opened on June 19 and close
Krista Woodroffe said the program would Gordon Primary School from 4pm.
provide opportunities for girls to be educated program. and officials. on July 19 2017. For more in-
For more details and registrations, please
on the fundamentals of football through fun, contact Krista Woodroffe at krista@ The Sporting Club Grants Clubs can also receive up formation or to apply online,
energetic activities. aflgoldfields.com.au or 0400 546 400. Program gives clubs the to $5,000 for initiatives that visit www.sport.vic.gov.au

Environmental Opinion

with Tom Kingston

Mine more coal;
but protect the reef
In a recent opinion piece, I Yet, funding for the envi- food rescue charities and treat the cause of the coral Carmichael project. In case the port of Newcastle by 11
concluded by making refer- ronment budget has been other community groups to bleaching — our fossil fuel you missed the MEG show- to 12 million tonnes a year —
ence to this year’s Federal cut 14 per cent since the Coa- install solar to reduce their emissions. ing, the documentary is equivalent to the output of a
Budget. As I said in the arti- lition formed government in emissions and save on en- That is enough on the fed- available at no cost for com- Hunter Valley coal mine em-
cle there was no mention at 2014. Under this budget, it is ergy costs. There’s also $110 eral (let us all ignore the munity screenings. Why not ploying about 1,400 people.
all of climate change, any- predicted the cut could be million being set aside for climate crisis we are liv- organise a screening in your So it appears that in these
where in the Budget. It was up to 27 per cent by 2020. Turnbull’s Snowy Hydro 2.0 ing in), budget. I think the community? Support the coal stakes it is NSW against
as if the government thought New energy related meas- and a hefty investment into a Moorabool Environment ‘Stop Adani’ movement and Queensland. The State of
that if they didn’t mention it ures in this budget include a solar thermal project in Port Group (MEG) is to host, or help save the Reef!
Origin games now take on
in the Budget then it would focus on increasing gas pro- Augusta. already has hosted, the vid- According to the coal lobby- a much more sinister mean-
all go away. I would like to duction, taking out the most The Great Barrier Reef will eo ‘Guardians of the Galilee’ ists such as Tony Abbott, the ing. NSW State of Origin
revisit this year’s Federal funding with $86.3 million. receive $1 billion after the about the threatened beauti- Galilee mine will employ team loses 1400 jobs in coal
Budget this week, among This sum will cover $19.6 worst coral bleaching season ful natural environment of 10,000. According to Adani’s
while Queensland State of
other things. million to increase gas mar- in history was reported late Queensland’s Galilee Basin. own calculations the figure
Origin team looks set to gain
Hidden deep within this ket transparency and over last year. ‘Guardians of the Galilee’ cap- is closer to 1,450. And that
1450 jobs in coal. Win for the
year’s budget papers was $30 million for discovery Despite this, it’s clear an tures the raw beauty of the is before automation takes
Qld team by 70 jobs.
the revelation that the Cli- of new potential gas stores. overwhelming focus in envi- Queensland outback, where over. Let us settle for the
Now there will be added The overall result of this
mate Change Authority had ronmental funding is on ex- Adani’s mine threatens es- figure of 1,450. Recently the
been stripped of almost two- pressure on those states who ploration and harvesting of sential water resources, and ABC obtained a confidential State of Origin game is a
thirds of its funding and oppose coal seam gas to not gas for Australia’s future in so much more. Presented report, commissioned by a tragic loss for the planet
confirmation that it will be spoil the party but go all out energy. It seems to me to be by Queensland born actor major coal company with and all on it. The only jobs
wound up. The only men- for gas, gas and more gas. rather short sighted to place Michael Caton, ‘Guarding assets in NSW, which shows left will be in repairing the
tion of energy security was On the renewable energy money into environmental the Galilee’ is a 30 minute competition from Adani’s damage, for those lucky to
in the wider context of pres- front, $6.2 million is going to conservation projects, such documentary on the battle to Queensland mine would re- survive the game.
sures on the cost of living for support the Solar Communi- as the reef fund, without stop the biggest coal mine in duce exports from Austral-
Australians. ties program which supports first actively attempting to Australian history, Adani’s ia’s largest coal terminal at What is your opinion?
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Where does the truth lie?
By Kate Taylor “I called Cr Toohey and
he didn’t answer so I left a RATES – farmers pay eight times more
There was more than one message,” Mr Howard told
reason that the last meet- Balliang East farmer Kate Sharkey, one of more than
the Moorabool News after the
ing of council was special, meeting.
20 farmers who attended the meeting, pointed out that
and left the minutes read- council had chosen not to review an important document
Principal Cowan told the
ing more like the script for a relating to rates – and drew a comparison to little kids.
Monty Python skit. meeting he is astonished
“I’ve found striking similarities to school camp on coming
The Special meeting was that the Dicker St improve-
to council,” she told the meeting.
called for council to officially ments for out the front of the
school were not included in “Camp is about developing inner qualities in young
receive budget submissions - people, leadership, problem solving, looking after your
32 in total. the draft budget – a senti-
mates, respect above all. I don’t feel this at council.

Centenary of child care
But centre stage was stolen ment echoed by parents,
explaining that there are “Primary producers are why I am here – educate yourself
by a councillor who told a
daily near-misses, with the on the issue – justify to me why you can’t review important
lie; a member of the public
who likened council to the school’s over 100 students documents as the Rating strategy?
By Helen Tatchell porting them in their very
kids she had just taken on being dropped off and “You tell me you will do an internal review – how do I know
important role in children’s
It was 100-years ago in Rich- school camp; and another picked up in a chaotic choke you will? $100,000 to look at a rating strategy? $100,000?
mond the first Maternal and councillor who suggested point due to lack of parking. You are bound by state government legislation – we know
The first purpose built that school teachers become that because you keep telling us that. A problem that is
Child Health centre opened, Infant Welfare Centre, as “A severe accident is a mat-
due to the concern regard- lollipop ladies. not going away. $100,000 can’t change legislation so,
they were known then, was ter of when, not if,” his sub-
ing unacceptably high infant Most of the controversy was mission stated.
why do it? Treat your ratepayers like you would like to be
officially opened in 1957 around the Gordon Primary treated yourselves.
mortality rates. A concept plan to upgrade
in Young Street Bacchus School, which as 26 submis- “We are already paying eight times more than average
It would be 22-years later in Marsh, staffed by Sister car parking on Dicker St was
sions, two speakers, and ratepayer,” Ms Sharkey concluded.
Bacchus Marsh the first ser- Smith. There was also a kin- prepared by council, but de-
the school Principal Russel
vice commenced at the Shire dergarten at the site and is Cowan all pointed out, has sign and construction was
Hall in 1939, with the help of may be set to approve to just an empty paddock on
where the Young St Kinder- a dangerous parking prob- not funded in the budget – at
the Country Women’s Asso- 40kmph limits for surround- the other side – and the an-
garten is today. lem due to rapid growth and the meeting, a council officer
ciation (CWA). lack of road and footpath ing streets. nual cost of a supervisor was
“I believe the nursing pro- provided a very rough cost
Councillor John Keogh funding. Meanwhile, East Ward stated to be $18,000 per year.
fession is the cornerstone of estimate of $200,000 for the
(East Ward) officially opened Woodlands Ward Council- total project. Councillor John Keogh Cr Keogh then asked if
the 1917-2017 commemora- any community health ser-
lor Pat Toohey told the meet- Mr Howard advised that floated the idea of a special the school teachers could
tive display at the Lerder- vice,” Cr Keogh concluded.
ing he had spoken with local council has the sole respon- charge for Gordon residents be trained to be crossing
derg Library, celebrating The current Maternal and member Geoff Howard on
sibility of upgrading parking to account for the Dicker St supervisors.
100-years of Maternal and Child Health team worked the phone about the issue.
alongside the Bacchus Marsh on the road, but did say that upgrade, but a council of- “I don’t think they want
Child Health. “It was only two hours ago I
& District Historical Society he has asked the Principal ficer told the meeting that he to be a crossing supervi-
“The issues facing families spoke to Geoff on this issue,
to put together a fascinating Cowan to forward internal could not recommend going sor, they’ve done five years
have changed over the years to see if we could get match-
collection of images, mile- ing funding for internal and car parking cost estimates down that path. of university…..,” Principal
and the importance of this
service to women, children stones and memorabilia over external (parking) at the once the road and footpaths The idea of putting up a Cowan responded.
and families remains and the past century. The display same time,” Cr Toohey said. have been upgraded. supervised crossing across The budget will go before
today, council is providing will be at the Lerderderg Li- The only problem is, he A council response on the Dicker St was also raised – this week’s council meeting
services to dads and sup- brary until 20 July. hadn’t. issue noted that VicRoads even though it would lead (July 5) for adoption.

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Text messages prove lies
By Oliver Powell from police at an estimated Hills’ property. Ms Hill said seized. On the phone police
80-90km/h in a 50km/h she didn’t know whose car discovered text messages
A local Bacchus Marsh zone. The police finally de- it was, she was just “getting between the accused and
woman has been ordered cided to discontinue their her smokes out of it.” It was her friend that prove that Ms
to complete 250-hours of pursuit on the main street, found the registration plates Hill knew her former part-
community service and had believing that the accused on the car were stolen from ner was driving the car. In
her licence suspended for would not stop. They found Tullamarine a few months her statement to police, Hill
12-months, for a string of that the car was leased in prior. said she was telling the truth
charges between March and the accused name, and when Hill was also found guilty and doesn’t remember send-
May this year. they questioned her she of Perjury, due to her inac- ing the messages.
Kylie Hill began her crime stated that she was at home curate statement given to
at the time and someone else The accused attributes the
escapade in March, with police about a car crash in-
a charge of Failing to Stop was driving. She was later volving a car she had leased crimes to a ‘misplaced sense
on Police Direction. Police discovered to be the driver from a NSW based company. of loyalty’ to her former
noticed her driving irration- of the vehicle by CCTV, partner, who had a metham-
In the Bacchus Marsh court,
ally as she entered the APCO which she later admitted to, Hill claimed that someone phetamine problem.
service station in Bacchus saying the passenger told entered her unlocked house, The court heard “she is
Marsh, and when they fol- her to drive off or he “would took the keys and the car moving forward with her
lowed her into the car park do five years”. and drove off. Several days life, by breaking ties with
she proceeded to drive off at The court also heard that later in an unrelated incident the former partner, and be-
pace. on April 14 this year, a sto- a friend of the accused was ginning an 18-month child-
The court heard she fled len car was located on Ms arrested, and her cell phone care course.”

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Affairs for incorporated groups.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
ADULT EDUCATION Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family
Ballan & District Community House: Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
NOW. All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & District Photography Club - Sunday 9am. Myrniong – 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362 
Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390 Church of the Living God
Melton South Community Centre Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
Term 2 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747 8576. ages. At 14 Darcy St Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit: Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
MEETINGS Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh KYB Wednesday 1pm. Further details – 0429 681 566.
(Behind St Andrews Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg St Bacchus Marsh. Monday- Bacchus Marsh Life Church: Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member out of control? Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus
Marsh. Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
Ballan Playgroup
9am to 3pm
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Hall - 9:30-11:30am.
Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 905 558 Tamsin. 
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 229 Main St Bacchus Marsh.
Guest Speakers. Supper after each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
Ballan Anglers Inc
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, 7.30pm. More anglers and families
needed and welcome – 0400 003 936.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park: Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics proudly supported by
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at the Uniting Church Hall,
Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Enq - 0421 222 717.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc: Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm.

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Soldiers Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.

m e j o i n
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)

Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Racecourse Rec. Reserve,
Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295.

Ballan Lions Club Market Select Australia
Next market – Saturday 5 August. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. AFL Goldfields Holiday
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Camps
Darley Market
Saturday 15 July, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Darley Park Football Reserve.
Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market – Saturday 8 July, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
CHURCH Tuesday 11th July
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Bacchus Marsh Leisure Centre, Bacchus Marsh
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Service Times – Sunday 9 July - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; St John’s Ballan, 11am; St Mark’s in Participants to bring own lunch & water bottle.
the pub Gordon, 5pm. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details. All participants receive a packet of select footy cards and an
Catholic Parish of Gordon: Mass Times - Saturday 8 July – Springbank 6.30pm. Sunday 9 album
July - Bungaree 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s) REGISTER NOW AT
Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am Reflective Worship.
B3 Community: Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th
Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church: Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/aflvicholidayprograms and follow us on Twitter @
AFLVIC_HolProg to keep up to date with the latest news, competitions and photos.
Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. www.bacchusmarshcc.org
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Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Auction is
flavour of
the month
when 164 homes sold under
the hammer.
More homes than ever be-
fore sold at auction in May
with 180 sales – 20 more
homes than the previous
2015 record.
Overall, 33 per cent more
homes sold under the ham-
mer in regional Victoria this
autumn than in 2015, when
the previous record was set
Joseph Walton
and 429 homes sold.
President, Reiv Vendors in East Geelong
have experienced the strong-
36 McFarland St, Bacchus Marsh While the majority of the
est results at auction this
state’s property transactions
Price: $395,000 – $410,000 are conducted by private
year with every property
This Cute 3 bedroom home is situated in an outstanding that went to auction selling.
treaty, regional Victoria has
location in town. Within walking distance to the Village The suburb has held 24 auc-
experienced a record num-
Shopping Centre, Bacchus Marsh Primary, St Bernard’s tions this year, 19 of which
ber of auction sales in the
Primary School and public transport. This home has been were in autumn.
past three months.
well maintained with internal and external painting, recent Nearby Belmont also re-
additions including; a new roof, refreshed bathroom, and New REIV data shows auc-
corded strong results at
the added bonus of ducted heating and a reverse cycle air tion sales were at an all-time
auction this autumn with
conditioner for convenience. As you walk outside on to high in March, April and
May with regional vendors 46 homes selling under the
your large under cover deck you will be able to appreciate
seeing strong results under hammer from 58 auctions –
the landscaped gardens. With the Convenience of a single
the hammer this autumn. a 79 per cent clearance rate.
carport connected to the home and car access to the back yard
to a good size garage with power. So if you are looking for a In March, more than 185 High autumn auction sales
home to live in, or a solid investment in a great location then homes sold at auction in were also seen in Torquay
give us a call today for your inspection. country Victoria with a and Geelong West, where 32
clearance rate of 70 per cent and 31 homes sold respec-
recorded. tively. Both recorded clear-
Sales under the hammer ance rates of above 80 per
were 21 per cent higher than cent.
the previous record for the Other regional towns expe-
month of March, which was riencing solid results under
set in 2015 when 156 homes the hammer include High-
sold at auction. ton and Newtown, with 26
Regional auction sales in sales; Echuca, with 19 sales;
April were also up by more and Hamlyn Heights, with
than 20 per cent with just 18 auction sales.
over 200 homes selling. For weekly auction results
The previous record for and median house prices,
the month was set last year visit reiv.com.au.

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Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Private Sale
This impressive property is in a quiet This cute 3 bedroom home is situated
rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000 in an outstanding location in town. Price $395,000 – $410,000
drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 12.00–12.30pm Within walking distance to the Village Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am
shops, schools & train station. Easy Shopping Centre, Primary Schools
access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street, and public transport. Well maintained Office 2/137 Main Street,
expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 with internal and external painting. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
wide verandahs, & extensive outdoor Recent additions include a new
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single carport connected to the home
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Stylishly Renovated Private Sale Excellent Opportunity Awaits Here! Private Sale
Great views with plenty of natural Positioned on a large corner block
light. Stylish renovation offers Price $375,000 is this 4 br bv home offering two Price $455,000
effortless functionality, a choice of Inspect By appointment generous living areas, open plan Inspect By appointment
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Central Location – Land 742m2 Private Sale Well Loved Property – Land 650m2 Private Sale
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is situated in a quiet and well sort Price $429,000 Price $379,000
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after street within the Bacchus Marsh Inspect By appointment Situated in a quiet court on a Inspect By appointment
CBD. Walking distance from the local approximate 650 m² block of well
schools, and the Village Shopping Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
landscape land.
Centre makes this a prime location.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 2 Sixth Mews, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 1 3 1 1

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Immaculately presented 3 bedroom home in good locale is ideal for the The home consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge and
entry level home buyer or investor. Featuring 3 bedrooms, the main dining area, kitchen with a meals area, and a large enclosed sunroom

bedroom with ensuite & WIR. The remaining bedrooms have BIRs. across the back. The lounge is serviced by a gas heater and there is a
Lounge, kitchen, dining & living areas tastefully decorated. There is wall a/c in the kitchen. Externally there is an oversized single garage
ducted heating & split system cooling installed for year round comfort. with roller door & a nice front veranda to admire the views.
INSPECT Saturday 17th June 11.00-11.30am INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $335,000 FOR SALE $345,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 14 Currington Cres, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 105 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 3 2 1

Luxury Family Living At Its Best Calling All Investors or First Home Buyers!
Spacious near new home on 691sqm approx. 4 generous bedrooms, 3 Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home close to Childcare & shops.
with WIRs, 1 with BIR, master ensuite inc. bath, dbl shower, dbl vanity Lounge which has a reverse cycle split system a/c & beautiful

and sep toilet. Study/5th bed, large separate rumpus, quality open laminate flooring. Master bedroom with WIR & en, & bedrooms 2 & 3
plan kitchen/meals/living area with stone benchtops, dbl oven, gas have WWC & BIRs. Kitchen with wall oven & dishwasher, and adjoins
hotplates & WIP. 2½ car garage, ducted heating & cooling & swim spa. the meals/dining area. Fully covered alfresco and single garage.
INSPECT Saturday 10th June 12.00-12.30pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $549,000 FOR SALE $380,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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Unprecedented demand for properties & low levels of supply mean
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FOR SALE 45 Riversdale Crescent, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 72 Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 3 1 1

Prepare To Be Surprised For Those Who Dare to Dream
Tastefully decorated throughout, this home will impress. Master bed Just metres from St Bernard’s Church, Bacchus Marsh Primary
with Ens & WIR and 2 bedrooms both with BIRs & a study/4th School, Kindergarden and The Village Shopping Centre. This classic

bedroom. Large family area, modern kitchen with quality appliances. weatherboard home with high ceilings and timber floors comprises 3
Separate living & dining area. Large rumpus, double garage, large bedrooms, large kitchen/meals and lounge with enormous scope to
11292 (approx.) block, landscaped with beautiful in-ground pool & spa. renovate. Sitting on 805m² block in finest location.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $549,000 FOR SALE $449,000
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FOR SALE 4 Leahy Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 2 1 1

A Lifestyle Awaits Neat As A Pin
Perfectly sectioned and proportioned home on a generous 958 . Open
Well located 2 bedroom unit. New floor coverings, new window
kitchen/meals area. 3 additional double sized bedrooms with BIRs & furnishings, new benchtop and sink in the kitchen and freshly painted.

rumpus that could be a 5th bedroom or study. Ducted heating, split Kitchen with upright stove & an adjoining spacious meals area, the
system cooler & ceiling fans. Double carport, and 10.8mtr x 6.6mtr lounge has a gas heater and a split system a/c, both bedrooms with
extra high Colorbond garage to the rear with power and side access. BIRs. Decked back veranda overlooking a large private backyard.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $460,000 FOR SALE $275,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first

• Mortgagee in Possession – Auction Saturday 8th July 2017 at 11.00am 6 2½ 2 1. Open plan living, dining & kitchen with polished fl oor boards.
• Generous 6 bedroom home, master bedroom having a large WIR & full Ens.
• Further 5 bdrms (all with WIRs) are all upstairs serviced by a big bathroom &
Auction: Saturday 8th July at 11am

2. 3 carpeted bedrooms with built in robes to 2 rooms

Private Sale: $329,000

Inspect: Saturday 8th July 3. Ducted heating, evaporative ducted cooling and 2 ceiling fans Inspect: Saturday 8th July
an additional living area. 4. Fantastic pergola/decking area overlooking the reserve
10.15am–10.45am 12.30pm–1.00pm
• Island Ceasar stone bench top & large walk through pantry to the laundry. 5. Single lock up garage with side gates for privacy and driveway for 2 cars
• Downstairs is a separate powder room & ample storage under the staircase. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• DLUG with concreted driveway & path to the front door & massive storage Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Bonus Reason – Close to shops, schools and public transport – all on approx. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
under the house. Great views, Land size approx. 862m2. 593m2


• Set on an impressive 1069m2 block in the popular Elms Estate. • 6 bedrooms, walk-in-robes, ensuites to bedrooms 1-4;
• 3 bedrooms all complete with built in robes (Master with WIR and Ensuite) Private Sale: $529,000 • Sizeable kitchen with dishwasher, stainless steel oven and lots of bench space; Private Sale: $765,000–$795,000
• 2 spacious living areas, formal living with vaulted ceilings Inspect: Saturday 8th July • Powder room, internal access from double garage; Inspect: Saturday 8th July
• Timber kitchen with dishwasher and breakfast bar • Upstairs has a spacious retreat with lovely views over Stonehill Estate;
12.30pm–1.00pm 3.00pm–3.30pm
• Outside features a wrap-around wooden deck with pull down blinds & low • Features include gas heating, evaporative cooling, alfresco area and side
maintenance gardens. Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 access to yard; Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128
• The residence also features a self-contained 1 bedroom bungalow/granny fl at! Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au • Land size approximately 707 sqm; Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au


•Situated in the Clifton Park Estate on an approx. 750m2 • Simply stunning, immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master • Set on 1 acre (approx.) 3845m2 • 4 Good size bedrooms (all with robes)
•Modern 4 bedroom family home. Master WIR & ensuite with ensuite & WIR. • Formal entry, family room, formal lounge, kitchen/ • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom
•The remaining three bedrooms all contain built in robes. • 9’ ceilings & Tassie oak timber fl ooring throughout. family/dining and sunroom • Spacious separate loungeroom, dining and family room
•The kitchen has plenty of bench & cupboard space, a • Open plan lounge, gas log fi re, formal dining, separate • 3 bedrooms plus study, master bedroom with ensuite • Large kitchen, gas cooktop, wall oven and dishwasher
walk in pantry, Stainless Steel appliances including a family with space heater. and built in robes • Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle cooling/heating
900mm Oven, Dishwasher, and Microwave slot. • Blackwood kitchen, loads of cupboard & pantry space. • Main bathroom with spa • Double garage with auto door
•There are two separate living areas, internal ac- • Elevated deck overlooking expansive backyard. Single • 2 Car garage with internal access and separate • Covered pergola, garden shed, stone retaining wall and
cess from the DLUG, NBN connected, gas heating & garage with high ceilings and glass doors and window. workshop with additional car parking good size backyard - 846 sqm block (approx.)
evaporative cooling.
Private Sale: $457,000 Private Sale: $449,000 Private Sale: $740,000 Private Sale: $465,000
Inspect: Saturday 8th July 11.45am–12.15pm Inspect: Sunday 9th July 12.30pm–1.00pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
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CANCER—June 22 2017 Page 17
– 4 July,
Self improvement activities are favoured, but avoid ex-
tremes. Moderation generally is the week’s byword. A
family decision requires careful consideration. This is a

Stars & Puzzles
great time for communicating, mainly the sending of
LEO—July 23-August 22
You find yourself being more assertive, which may lead
to a key goal. Your idealistic streak is also prominent as
you reach out to help others.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
QUICK PUZZLE A friend’s unusual ideas may be more practical than you
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
first believed. Communications improve and this is a
splendid week for speaking up. A relative may surprise
you with the depth of his or her sentimentality.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ This is the week to concentrate more on the near future.
You may be called on to assume the role of “understudy”.
Humanitarian interests are accented.
ARIES—March 21-April 20
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Setting high but realistic goals is a priority in a week
that accents planning. A shaky relationship may be on a This week accents financial planning and setting up a
steadier course. Family discussions may lead to an im- realistic budget. Some travel or travel arranging is on
portant decision. tap. Among gifts received now is one with a sentimental
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Home improvements are indicated this week. A small
bonus may arrive by the weekend. This a excellent time Joint ventures are spotlighted. This week could see a
for home repairs and decorating. reunion with a childhood friend. A family member is on
the verge of making a key announcement.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Your creative skills can be put to profitable use. This a
good week for planning your next move. A romantic re- After a period rich with career and domestic responsibil-
lationship demands more of your time but should be worth ities, you start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. A
the effort. former neighbour may approach you with interesting
CANCER—June 22-July 22
NO. 9002 Self improvement activities are favoured, but avoid ex- AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN tremes. Moderation generally is the week’s byword. A Varied events make this an interesting week. The key is
1. Cipher (4) 1. Stupid (5) family decision requires careful consideration. This is a to cling to your sense of humour. A long lost friend from
7. Story (9) 2. Dog (5) great time for communicating, mainly the sending of a very long time ago may contact you.
8. Relative (4) 3. Implement (6) emails.
9. Above (4) 4. Grief (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Fruit (4) 5. Bound (4) LEO—July 23-August 22
Your creativity shines this week, just watch that your
11. Place (4) 6. Sycophant (9) You find yourself being more assertive, which may lead imagination doesn’t run too wild. Partnership arrange-
14. Foolish (4-6) 12. Bird (9) to a key goal. Your idealistic streak is also prominent as ments require careful review of each participant’s
16. Attendant (10) 13. Melt (4) you reach out to help others. responsibilities.
19. Acerbic (4) 15. Trial (4)
22. Herb (4) 17. Disclose (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
24. Garment (4) 18. Simply (6) A friend’s unusual ideas may be more practical than you Your powers of determination are impressive when you
25. Daze (4) 20. Vary (5) first believed. Communications improve and this is a pursue a goal, you do so with stamina. A new area of
26. Pleasant (9) 21. Dye (5) splendid week for speaking up. A relative may surprise interest that may range from public speaking to fine arts
27. Liberated (4) 23. Pour (4) you with the depth of his or her sentimentality. is on the horizon.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS This is the week to concentrate more on the near future.
You may be called on to assume the role of “understudy”.

1. Not stern greetings (4). 7, Can’t understand it when
you don’t notice (4,2,3). 8. Miss the rubbish container Humanitarian interests are accented.
(4). 9. Fellow I installed as chief (4). 10. Follow to the
end (4). 11. Looks for the said keys (4). 14. The second SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
or third pay-out (5,5). 16. Arrive about now but are un- This week accents financial planning and setting up a
successful (3,7). 19. Stop in spring (4). 22. Old man who’s
after us (4). 24. Mark time (4). 25. Lovely and light (4).
realistic budget. Some travel or travel arranging is on
tap. Among gifts received now is one with a sentimental
26. An attitude that’s changing in it very quickly (9). 27. value.
Bear up and don’t leave (4). ANSWER BELOW
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Becomes destructive and one arrests (5). 2. “Keep in Joint ventures are spotlighted. This week could see a
touch, OK?” you say (5). 3. Country girl going to prison reunion with a childhood friend. A family member is on
(6). 4. Look for the key weapon (6). 5. Quickly eat and the verge of making a key announcement.
run (4). 6. Regret, I figure, going through the money (9). CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
12. In addition getting the telephone number (9). 13. Go
round for the ride (4). 15. Hasn’t paid up, so we go in After a period rich with career and domestic responsibil-
(4). 17. Nevertheless, it makes sense, Henry (6). 18. ities, you start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. A
former neighbour may approach you with interesting
Get worked up, once you quote it (6). 20. “A characteris- news.
tic dessert,” I put in, “is coming up” (5). 21. Lit up, is
cheerful (5). 23. Reveal the age of the girl-friend (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
23, Date. Varied events make this an interesting week. The key is
to cling to your sense of humour. A long lost friend from
we-s. 17, Wit-Hal. 18, Ex-cite. 20, Tra-I-t (rev.). 21, Merry.
5, Bolt. 6, Pen-I-ten-ce. 12, Extension. 13, Spin. 15, O- a very long time ago may contact you.
Down - 1, Busts. 2, Write (right). 3, Can-Ada. 4, G-lance. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 7, Scarlet fever. 8, Falter. 9, Enrage. 10, Ap-
27, Stay. Your creativity shines this week, just watch that your
point. 12, Women. 15, Brass. 16, Stretch. 18, Claret.
19, Stem. 22, Us-Ed. 24, Tick. 25, Fair. 26, Pos-thast-e. imagination doesn’t run too wild. Partnership arrange-
20, Polite. 22, Shetland pony.
Tail. 11, Sees (Cs). 14, Place money. 16, Get now-here. ments require careful review of each participant’s
Down - 1, Scrapper. 2, Fret. 3, Herring. 4, Offer. 5, Over-
Across - 1, Bows. 7, Fail to see. 8, Skip. 9, Ma-I-n. 10, responsibilities.
come. 6, Brag. 11, Observer. 13, Exciting. 14, Stipend.
17, Stale. 19, Last. 21, Lope. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
veal. 18, Easily. 20, Alter. 21, Tinge. 23, Teem. Your powers of determination are impressive when you
6, Flatterer. 12, Partridge. 13, Thaw. 15, Test. 17, Re- pursue a goal, you do so with stamina. A new area of
Across - 7, Devil of a time. 8, Po-ten-t. 9, Second. 10,
Down - 1, Crass. 2, Dingo. 3, Shovel. 4, Sorrow. 5, Tied. interest that may range from public speaking to fine arts
E-victor. 12, S-lope. 15, Frank. 16, L-earner. 18, Can-
22, Mint. 24, Vest. 25, Stun. 26, Agreeable. 27, Free. is on the horizon.
ape. 20, S-O-nata. 22, Child prodigy.
Date. 11, Spot. 14, Half-witted. 16, Stewardess. 19, Tart.
Down - 1, Revolver. 2, LimE. 3, Port-I-oN. 4, Pause
Across - 1, Code. 7, Chronicle. 8, Aunt. 9, Over. 10,
(paws). 5, Circular. 6, S-E-W-N. 11, Can-nabis. 13, Pre-
s’ti-ge. 14, C-ensure. 17, Re-ady. 19, Arch. 21, Nods.
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The Moorabool News Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Anthony Moore, Peter Clifford, Les Martin, Brian Cran.

OFFICE 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342
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BFL Junior Top Goal Kickers
OFFICE HOURS Tuesday to Friday, 9am – 5pm Under 16.5 Seniors
dropped to below zero overnight the athletes were greeted Ned Nash Lake Wendouree.................... 20
(Mondays by appointment) with a frosty morning. The Under 7 & 8 athletes ran first this Connor Ascough Darley...................................... 13
PHONE (03) 5368 1966 week and it was Nicholas Mai who led from start to finish, Andrew Azzopardi Darley...................................... 13
FAX (03) 5368 2764 although Sarah Burton was close on his heels over the 1km Under 16.5 Reserves
EMAIL E ditorial news@themooraboolnews.com.au distance. Up next were the open age athletes who competed Ryley Lopes Ballarat......................................18
Advertising sales@themooraboolnews.com.au over 3 kms, which consisted of three 1km loops. Riley Rylan Tanner Darley.......................................17
Dart took an early lead after the first kilometre with Jack Ashley Brent Lay Bacchus Marsh....................... 15
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Mustsaerts not too far behind. By the second kilometre, Jack
DEADLINES Early General News - 5pm Friday U/14 Seniors
had closed the gap to within 10 metres. As the boys came
Sport - 9am Monday Charlie Molan Mount Clear........................... 33
out of the bushland they were neck and neck and a sprint
Display Advertising - Noon Thursday Lane Havelberg Darley...................................... 13
to the finish saw Jack take line honours by 0.2 of a second. Will Johnson Darley.......................................10
Classifieds - Noon Friday
Kirsty Bresnan was the first girl across the line. The Under 11 Brodi Ward Darley.......................................10
EDITOR Helen Tatchell & 12 athletes competed in the 2km event. Xavier Goodman U/14 Reserves
GRAPHIC DESIGN Glen Martin was a clear winner while Tamara Henry ran a consistent race Tynan Oakley Sebastopol............................... 40
PUBLISHED BY The Ballan News Pty Ltd and was the first girl home. Mitchell Wells was the standout U/12 Seniors
PRINTED BY Rural Press, Ballarat performer in the Under 9/10 1500m race and Kira Watts Liam Mason Mount Clear............................18
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Under 6s ran over 500 metres and it was August Wood who Cooper Sutherland Bacchus Marsh......................... 8
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The Ballan News Pty Ltd, 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342. Printed claimed line honours in this event. Congratulations to James
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Tatchell, of 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan 3342. ABN 84 115 355 461. This week’s meet will be held at Rupert Vance Moon Reserve Jayven Tanner Darley.......................................10
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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball
Ballarat Football/Netball
Results – Round 10
League League AFL Goldfields Women’s Football League
Results––Round 10
Round 10 Results - Round 9
Club A B C D 19&U Division 1
Bacchus Marsh A 41 B 43 C 34 D 19&U
36 30
Bacchus Marsh
Ballarat 41 54 43 57 34 32 36 2730 50 East Point Dragons 4.5 (29) def Ballarat Swans 3.4 (22)
Wendouree 54 58 57 - 32 36 27 4450 22 Sunbury Kangaroos 10.12 (72) def Melton Centrals 0.0 (0)

BFL Ladder
Lake Wendouree
Melton South 58 44 - - 36 23 44 2922 24
Melton South 44 - 23 29 24 North Geelong Magpies 16.10 (106) def Redan 1.1 (7)
Melton 24 24 11 35 49
Melton 24 24 11 35 49
East Point 61 61 61 61 41 41 35 3519 19 Division 2
Seniors NthBallarat
Nth BallaratCity
City 47 47 66 66 33 33 29 2955 55
Drysdale Hawks 6.15 (51) def Gisborne 4.3 (27)
Sebastopol 50 50 27 27 19 19 37 37 8 8
Team % PTS Redan
Redan 45 45 44 44 38 38 23 2350 50 Carisbrook 12.9 (81) def Redan Gold 2.1 (13)
1 Lake Wendouree......139.08 36 Darley
Darley 19 19 23 23 26 26 25 2511 11
2 Bacchus Marsh......... 147.76 34 Ballarat Youth Girls
3 Darley........................148.50 32 Club
Club 17&U
13&U 13&U
13&U 13&U Ballarat Swans 18.15 (123) def Creswick 1.1 (7)
4 Sunbury....................124.21 28 Sen Res Sen Res Sen Res Lakers 17.12 (114) def East Point Dragons 1.2 (8)
Nth Ballarat City
33 42
Res 22
Sen 30 Res
5 Redan........................123.94 28 Nth Ballarat
Bacchus MarshCity 15 33 12 42 15 22 9 30 8 13
11 9 North Ballarat City 10.8 (68) def Carisbrook Lions 2.2 (14)
6 Melton........................88.59 20 Bacchus
BallaratMarsh 14 15 21 12 13 15 15 93 89 11
Ararat Storm 20.16 (136) def Redan 2.0 (12)
7 Melton South............. 83.65 20 Ballarat
Lake Wendouree 53 14 23 21 31 13 12 1535 3
20 9
8 East Point...................90.45 16 LakeDarley
East Point Jnrs
48 53
21 48
23 16
31 11
1216 359 20 Riddell Youth Girls
Darley 39 16 1145 29
16 9
9 Ballarat....................... 78.13 14 Sebastopol
East Point Jnrs 17 21 15 20 35 4 19 1113 12
45 29 Sunbury Kangaroos 3.12 (30) def Darley Devils 1.4 (10)
10 North Ballarat City....86.27 12 Redan
16 20
13 12 Melton Centrals 5.10 (40) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 5.3 (33)
11 Sebastopol..................49.26 4 Redan 43 40 21 20 16 20
Reserves Gisborne Blue 26.23 (179) def Diggers Rest Burras 0.0 (0)
1 Darley........................258.79 40 Ballarat Football League Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls
2 Sunbury....................138.53 32 Results – Round 10 Results - Round 5
3 Melton South............. 159.11 28 Seniors Ballarat Swans 4.6 (30) def Redan Gold 2.0 (12)
4 East Point..................154.40 28
North Ballarat City 13.16 (94) def Sebastopol 10.10 (70) North Ballarat City 12.14 (86) def Carisbrook 1.0 (6)
5 Lake Wendouree......140.77 28
6 Bacchus Marsh.........139.33 20 Redan 15.5 (95) def Darley 8.8 (56) Lakers 4.4 (28) def East Point Dragons 1.1 (7)
7 Sebastopol................. 67.87 18 Melton 11.10 (76) def East Point 9.14 (68) Riddell U/13 Junior Girls
8 Redan ........................78.45 16 Bacchus Marsh 18.19 (127) def Ballarat 10.6 (66) Darley Devils 20.17 (137) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0)
9 Melton........................96.50 14 Lake Wendouree 16.11 (107) def Melton South 10.13 (73)
10 Ballarat........................57.22 8 Bacchus Marsh Cobras 3.7 (25) def Melton Centrals 1.5 (11)
11 North Ballarat City......23.21 4 Reserves

Darley Junior
Under 18.5s Sebastopol 15.15 (105) def North Ballarat City 2.5 (17)
1 Redan........................321.29 32 Darley 11.11 (77) def Redan 4.6 (30)
2 East Point ................ 268.44 32
Bacchus Marsh 20.18 (138) def Ballarat 3.4 (22)

Football Netball Club
3 Lake Wendouree......185.48 32
4 North Ballarat City....221.59 28 Under 18.5s
5 Ballarat......................100.87 28 North Ballarat City 30.26 (206) def Sebastopol 0.1 (1)
6 Bacchus Marsh.........158.51 24
Redan 12.10 (82) def Darley 2.4 (16)
7 Melton South..............86.73 20 Round 10 v East Point Youth Girls Football (R9)
8 Sunbury.....................59.62 16 Ballarat 7.10 (52) def Bacchus Marsh 6.8 (44)
Darley 1-4-10 lost Sunbury Kangaroos 3-12-30
9 Melton.......................128.57 12 Lake Wendouree 14.6 (90) def Melton South 8.6 (54) FOOTBALL
10 Darley........................48.82 12 Goals – Amber Mifud 1
Under 16.5 Seniors U/10 Seniors Awards – Liv Mifsud, Brylee Stevens, Tylah
11 Sebastopol....................4.11 4
North Ballarat 7.7 (49) def Bacchus Marsh 5.8 (38) Goals – Logan Growcott 1 Wright, Beth Cahill, Matilda Dyzel, Hannah
Ballarat 15.16 (106) def Mount Clear 5.7 (37) Awards – Logan Growcott, Adam Harbright, Gianne.
AFL Goldfields Darley 15.16 (106) def East Point 4.1 (25) Archie Colbran, Jake Ive, Rhys Younger, U13 Girls Football (R5)
Deegan Giles, Bayliss Mifsud, Ethan
Womens Lake Wendouree 5.13 (43) def Redan 1.5 (11)
Darley 20-17-137 def Melton 0-0-0
Under 16.5 Reserves Goals – Maddison Dremel, Maddie
Football Bacchus Marsh 6.12 (48) def North Ballarat 4.5 (29) U/10 Reserves Scott, Addison Wright, Alanah Tango,
Goals – Harrison Benbow Jamie-Lee Moloney, Maddie Vella, Tahlia
League Ladder Mount Clear 9.14 (68) def Ballarat 8.4 (52)
Awards – Brodie King, Jye Kettle, Lachlan Tschujasehenko, Shanayd Spence, Destiny
Darley 13.11 (89) def East Point 1.2 (8) Stewart, Matilda Worboyes, Ruby Thomas
Team % PTS Smith, George Martindale, Angus Kristitz.
Lake Wendouree 22.15 (147) def Redan 2.2 (14) Awards – Matilda Worboyes, Alanah Tango,
Division 1 U/10 Development
1 North Geelong........ 2856.52 28 U/14 Seniors Destiny Stewart, Diamond Stephenson,
2 Sunbury ...................158.26 20 Goals – Harvey Hoey 2, Brodie Hatcher 1, Maddie Vella, Hayley Ward, Maddie Scott.
North Ballarat 6.6 (42) def Bacchus Marsh 4.8 (32)
3 Redan........................135.80 20 Jimmy O’Malley, Jet D’arcy, Declan Johansen
Ballarat 7.6 (48) def Mount Clear 6.5 (41)
4 East Point ...................51.74 12 Awards – Harvey Hoey, Cooper Davies, Jet
Darley 6.15 (51) def East Point 5.8 (38) NETBALL
5 Ballarat Swans.............40.98 4 D’arcy, Lincoln Giles, Brodie Hatcher, Jimmy
Redan 8.9 (57) def Lake Wendouree 7.6 (48) U/11 Seniors
6 Melton Centrals........... 11.35 0 O’Malley.
Darley 22 def East Point 4
Division 2 U/14 Reserves U/12 Seniors Goals – Addison Wright 14, Milly Vallence 8
1 Carisbrook............... 483.53 24 North Ballarat 20.10 (130) def Bacchus Marsh 1.0 (6) Darley 6-10-44 def East Point 5-4-34 Awards – Macey O’Hehir, Milly Vallence,
2 Drysdale Hawks.......339.42 24 Ballarat 5.10 (40) def Lake Wendouree 5.5 (35) Goals – Joel Freeman 3, Harry Coller 1, Rudie
3 Gisborne.................... 97.45 12 Addison Wright.
Darley 6.7 (43) def East Point 5.5 (35) Forde, Aidyn Bartolo
4 Bacchus Marsh..........76.45 12 U/11 Reserves
5 Redan Gold...................3.68 8 Sebastopol 16.15 (111) def Redan 0.0 (0) Awards – Deacon Fawcett, Seth Fawcett,
Darley 11 def East Point 2
Travis Tirkkonen, Harry Coller, Joel
Ballarat Youth Girls U/12 Seniors Goals – Amber Milner 4, Alanah Tango 3,
Freeman, Kristian Williams.
1 Lakers..................... 2386.21 36 Bacchus Marsh 14.6 (90) def North Ballarat 3.3 (21) Lila Dugan 3, Shanayd Spence 1
2 Ararat Storm........... 1083.53 32 Ballarat 5.7 (37) def Lake Wendouree 3.9 (27) U/12 Reserves Awards – Lila Dugan, Reese Perry, Shanayd
3 Ballarat Swans..........433.76 28 Darley 6.10 (46) def East Point 5.4 (34) Darley 6-3-39 def East Point 2-0-12 Spence, Tahlia Schicchitano, Amber Milner.
4 North Ballarat............168.42 20 Goals – Jett Walker-Collins 2, Max Hoey 1,
5 Carisbrook Lions.......61.34 12 Redan 6.1 (37) def Sebastopol 1.6 (12) U/13 Seniors
Ned Loft, Jayven Tanner, Zeb Vincent
6 Redan...........................25.94 8 U/12 Reserves Darley 16 lost East Point 45
Awards – Cooper Jordan, Max Hoey, Jock
7 Creswick......................18.70 8 North Ballarat 10.8 (68) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) Goals – Takeya Tanner 7, Nikita Hanare 5,
Mauriks, Hunter Farley.
8 East Point Dragons....... 2.17 0 Eliza Tango 3, Jessica Hodge 1,
Lake Wendouree 4.10 (34) def Ballarat 1.1 (7)
U/14 Seniors Awards – Tahla Ward, Nikita Hanare.
Riddell Youth Girls Darley 6.3 (39) def East Point 2.0 (12)
1 Gisborne Blue......... 1622.92 36 Darley 6-15-51 def East Point 5-8-38
Redan 5.2 (32) def Sebastopol 4.0 (24) U/13 Reserves
2 Melton Centrals........319.85 28 Goals – Ryan Densley 2, Will Johnson 1, Darley 9 lost East Point 29
3 Sunbury Kangaroos.163.10 28 Cooper Murley, Finn Burns, Lane Havelberg.
Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 9
4 Gisborne White..........75.36 20
5 Darley Devils.............124.48 16
BFL Top Goal Kickers U/14 Reserves Awards – Maddison Vella, Maddi Richardson.
6 Bacchus Marsh..........55.29 12 Darley 6-7-43 def East Point 5-5-35
Seniors U/15 Seniors
7 Diggers Rest Burras..... 1.81 4 Goals – Jackson Vella 4, Joel Freeman 1,
Brendan Fevola Melton South......................... 40 Darley 22 def East Point 7
Keenan Chapman.
Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh ..................... 35 Goals – Kaylee Banner 14, Tylah Wright 8.
1 North Ballarat...........1587.50 20 Harley Inglis Darley..................................... 23 U/16.5 Seniors
U/15 Reserves
2 Lakers.......................342.59 16 Kyle Docherty Darley...................................... 22 Darley 15-1-106 def East Point 4-1-25
3 Redan........................164.94 16 Darley 16 lost East Point 21
Goals – Adam Azzopardi 3, Ayden Tanner,
4 East Point..................163.64 12 Goals – Edyn Thomas 11, Makita Spence 5
Reserves Mitch Ward 2, Andrew Azzopardi 1, Matt
5 Ballarat Swans.............52.68 8 Arnold, James Pope, Jai Dodemaide, Connor U/17 Seniors
6 Carisbrook................... 15.19 4 Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 30
Dane Grenfell Darley.......................................16 Ascough, Liam Cornford, Jaiden Martin. Darley 48 def East Point 21
7 Redan Gold..................13.79 4
Ross Gundry Darley.......................................14 U/16.5 Reserves Goals – Mel Freeman 36, Charlee Keating 12.
Riddell U/13 Junior Girls
Darley 13-11-89 def East Point 1-2-8 U/17 Reserves
1 Bacchus Marsh........ 402.94 20
2 Darley Devils............. 367.31 12 Under 18.5s Goals – Trae Van Leth 3, Regan King 2, Riley Darley 39 def East Point 20
3 Melton Centrals..........193.39 8 Aaron Clarke Melton South...........................31 Belnaves, Josh Arnold, Rylan Tanner 1, Mitch Goals – Isabel Fischer 20, Emma Winzar 16,
4 Melton JFNC.................1.00 0 Jack Lalor Bacchus Marsh........................16 Winch, Jett Fuller. Keely Growcott 3.
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McKenzie, B. Drew, S. Rousch, week at all levels as it is the
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– DAVIUS SCALZO. Music by acoustic
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Tabcorp Park Friday 30 June
Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Results - Round 11
Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat Eureka Strikers
Blue (2). Goal - Jesse Ryan  (1).

Under 15s
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (9) def Daylesford (0).
Goals - Gracjan Piotrowski  (2), Noah Simmons
(3), Nicolas Varela (1), Jack Mutsaerts (2), Cody
Thomas-Lewin (1).
Bacchus Marsh Blue (6) def Creswick (1).
Goals - Liam Hageman (2), Ethan Millson (4).

Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat North United (6).
Goal - Ava Farella (1).

Senior Women’s Div. 1
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Warrnambool Rangers (9).

Friday 30 June, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 2, Vicbred Super Series Semis (4yo Mares)
Winner: Rockstar Angel (10) Trainer: David Aiken; Driver: Michael Bellman.
Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

Friday 30 June, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 6, Vicbred Super Series Semis (4yo Mares)
Winner: Whirily School (11) Trainer: Emma Stewart; Driver: Greg Sugars.
Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

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