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Tuesday 25 July, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 29

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Patrick Elander has been recognised as a valuable basketball player and (inset) defending against a Tasmanian team in the Special Olympic League. Main photo Jessica Howard. Inset - supplied.

By Jessica Howard gaining a spot as a junior development recognised as a valuable player. Under the guidance of coach Amy Moore,
player. There were 50 players at the try-outs and Patrick has been playing in the league for
At 16-years-old and over six-foot-tall, theres The Ivor Burge Championships are the ten people got through with only two being Ballarat.
no surprise Patrick Elander is excelling on National Basketball Championships for chosen for the development squad, he said. Amy Moore nurtures and gets the best
the basketball court. players with an intellectual disability. I thought there were people there that were performance out of athletes with disabilities,
The Bacchus Marsh teenager was recently Following on from his selection in the better than me so it feels good to have been Ms Elander said.
asked to try out for the Ivor Burge Victorian development squad, Patrick was contacted by the one selected. Patrick used to get anxious about
state team, with a series of rigorous sessions Basketball Victoria and offered a scholarship Patrick said he started playing mainstream basketball, but this different level of coaching
held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic that will see him working with top Victorian basketball with a friend before taking helps him to enjoy the sport a lot more.
Centre. and Australian athletes and coaches. 12-months off after struggling to enjoy the Patrick said it was about getting on the court

Competitors were judged on their height, The National Intense Training Program will training and competitive side of the sport. and just having a go.
speed, skill and drive by a collection of be held over eight weeks, with the first held His mother, Jenn Elander, organised a Basketball is good for my fitness and it is
talented and experienced coaches. at the State Basketball Centre last Sunday, meeting with their local doctor and Pinarc something that I am good at so I will see how
After two one-day sessions, Patrick made July 23. Disability Support, who pointed him in the far this development squad will take me and
it through to the top ten mens squad before Patrick said it was a good feeling to be direction of the Special Olympic League. hopefully I can have a bit of fun with it.

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Billys scoreboard
By Helen Tatchell

He never played one game of foot-

ball but has been honoured for his
services to the Bungaree Football
Migrating to Australia from Hol-
land in the 1950s, Bill Adriaans
started his 46-year career in 1971
and held numerous volunteer po-
sitions within the club, including
Treasurer, Secretary, time-keeping
and gate-keeper. His wife Clare
always washed the senior jumpers
after each game. In those 46 years,
Mr Adriaans has attended every
Annual General Meeting.
At a sponsors lunch on Saturday
15 July, the club unveiled their new
$60,000 scoreboard, and gave the
naming rights to Life Member Mr
Adriaans, Billys Scoreboard.
Mr Adriaans shared his main Bungaree Football & Netball Club Life Member and scoreboard naming rights recipient, (L-R) Bill Adriaans with wife Clare and financial contributor Graeme Hudson.
memory, the 1976 grand final vic- Photo Helen Tatchell
tory against Springbank. club own the scoreboard, which years at Bungaree, under the
home with clean boots. He always Sport can help keep kids off the
They were actually carting the washed them. You can tell a lot can also project movies. watchful eye of Mr Adriaans, was streets and if it helps to keep them
champagne in to the rooms at three about a person with clean shoes, Graeme Hudson. Now living in
Bungaree FNC President Andrew away from drugs then thats my
quarter time, and we beat them. he said. Queensland, Mr Hudson comes
Mahar said sponsors help support motivation.
And the best player he has seen? The club has always been posi- back to Bungaree every year for the
the clubs five football teams and For the scoreboard to be pur-
Oh, nearly all the best players tive, never been not able to solve sponsors day and was instrumen-
seven netball teams. chased and operational other spon-
came out of the 1970s. the club was any problems that may have con- tal in seeing the club achieve their
involved in seven grand finals, we This scoreboard was needed $60,000 goal. sors included Case Construction,
fronted them.
won three and lost four. But that to catch up with other clubs and A Platinum sponsor, Mr Hudson Reece Civil, Ballan & District Com-
But a club doesnt just get a score-
best player would be Tony Howlett. board; it came about with the hard leagues. No funding was avail- contributed $30,000 and offered a munity Bank Branch all contribut-
Not only was he a good kick and work internally from the commit- able and the club had to source simple reason for doing so. ing $5000, Bungaree FNC raised
good at marking, but he was one of tee. Sponsors generously put their sponsors. You make money, you gotta share $16,000 with Eureka Concrete and
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Ladies bowl club over Budget

By Jessica Howard

Elaine women are taking over the reins of two local sporting approval
Julie Pantzidis has been appointed as Elaine Cricket Clubs
new president making her the first female to take on the

role since the club was founded in 2012.
The new appointment also marks the Ballarat Cricket
Associations first female club president in the league.
Ms Pantzidis said she was excited about her new role.
Going into the board meeting I wasnt aware that they were By Kate Taylor
going to elect me, so it came as a bit of a surprise, but Im
Councillors have voted to adopt the 2017-2018 budget but
happy to be able to work together with the committee and only just.
try and keep a small club going, she said. After amendments, public exhibition, a high number (32) of
My son Nicholas started playing five years ago and I didnt submissions, and a fiery debate over deferring funding for a
know a lot about cricket at that point, but I started having a new council depot to replace the Ballan facility, the budget
passion for the sport and then I started having a real passion was passed with additional amendments.
for the club. After a Division was called on the vote, Councillors Tom
Sullivan and Pat Toohey were officially recorded as having
While the Elaine Cricket Club currently only fields junior
voted against adopting the budget including the amendments
teams, Ms Pantzidis said the club was looking to form a for deferring the depot funding.
senior team in the future. Both councillors argued that the depot project could not
We are hoping to pull enough numbers together to have a be deferred because it is dangerous to have such a facility
senior team this year and are also looking at having a third Women make a racquet Megan Farhall (Sec) and her mother operating in a nearby residential zone.
junior side. We are just looking at numbers at this point and Jane Farhall (President) have taken the reins of the Elaine Tennis Other last-minute changes included the testing of two
a few people have showed a bit of interest in coming across club whilst Julie Pantzidis is the new President of the Elaine Cricket bridges on Woolpack Road, Bacchus Marsh however the
Club. Photo Helen Tatchell project will be done at no cost to council as it has received
for the next season, she said.
state government funding of $20,000 towards it.
I hope to increase player numbers while continuing to on an administrative level, which is why its really good for Council will have to put its hand in its pocket to find an
provide a good family environment for people to come and us to have Julie and Rebecca on board. additional $22,842 in funding to help subsidise the cost of
play their cricket. Its not just a boys club anymore, the women are running School Crossings.
Ms Pantzidis will be joined on the board by new club the show. There will be a little bit more money floating around
treasurer, Rebecca Curran. The Elaine Tennis Club has also benefited from two new though, with interest expenses being decreased by $68,322
due to the deferral of borrowings in the 2016/17 financial
Vice President and Junior Coordinator, Shane Dunne said it valuable board members, with Jane Farhall taking on the role
year in addition to the reduction in borrowing requirements
was great to see the club being taken over by women. of president and her daughter, Megan Farhall as secretary. resulting from the proposed deferral of $1.0M on the Ballan
Leagues are focusing on girls cricket teams but they Elaine plays in the Buninyong District Tennis Association Depot relocation in 2017/18.
havent really focused on women being involved in the clubs competition. The budget is available for viewing on councils website.


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They delivered for 3342

By Kate Taylor

When it comes to good postal

service, Ballan and Bacchus Marsh
have it in the bag.
Bacchus Marsh Post Office won
Silver and Ballan post Office won LOST/MISSING
Bronze at Australia Posts licensee Have you noticed the recent arrival of a
awards. beautiful, female black and tan kelpie in your
The competition awards Licensed neighbourhood?Molly disappeared from her
Post Offices (LPOs) for meeting key home in Darley on Saturday morning 8 July.
revenue, customer and operational A REWARD is offered for her return.
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and it was a really nice night, Mr
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The plaque awarded to the couple
will soon be on display at the post From
Its very satisfying, and the real
thanks go to the community who
have supported us over the last
18-months - its been great working Nicole and Andrew Smith outside their Post Office at Ballan. 1a Church St Bacchus Marsh
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Geelong-Bacchus Marsh Road

safety improvements
Community information session

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June 2017
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(L-R) Yagra and Arthur outside their award winning Grant Pizza Place. Photo Helen Tatchell

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Young chicks roost
in Moorabool

By Kate Taylor

Nearly one million broil-

ers will be calling Parwan
Councillors voted at the
July 5 council meeting to
approve a planning permit
amendment for the current-
ly operating broiler farm, on
Geelong-Bacchus Road at
Parwan, to increase its flock
by 400,000 effectively dou-
bling the number of birds it
currently has.
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Satisfaction below State average Newborns in

By Kate Taylor
Stacking up the Council Numbers
the district
Better roads, better community consultation, and better
recreational facilities thats what Moorabool residents want Council also conducts its own satisfaction surveys,
according to the 2017 community satisfaction survey. although not annual, in specific areas.
The annual state-wide survey is commissioned by the state In 2016, Meals on Wheels customers participated in a
government, and assesses the performance of Shire councils survey to ascertain general satisfaction with the service
- 37 per cent of respondents were very satisfied with the
across a range of measures and seeks insight into ways to
meals provided, 36.5 per cent were both satisfied and
provide improved or more effective service delivery.
also neutral. Of the meals provided, 20 per cent were
Council asked for the first time in the 2017 survey What happy with the choice every time, 50 per cent were mostly
does Moorabool Shire Council MOST need to do to improve happy and 30 per cent sometimes happy with the choice
its performance? available.
The top three service areas that the community nominated 79 per cent of respondents said the meal portions were
in reply to this question were sealed Road Maintenance, just right, with 10.5 per cent saying the portions were too
large and 16 per cent saying they were too small.
Community Consultation, and Recreational Facilities.
In 2016, Council also undertook a client satisfaction
Moorabools overall performance index score was 54 a
survey for the Active Ageing & Community Access unit.
score which is on par with similar regional councils, but
Respondents were asked to rate various aspects of the
below the state average. service - the highest average ratings were provided for Hendrix Kenneth is the new addition to the Marshall family.
The score of 54 is exactly the same as that of last years professionalism of Community Support Workers (92), Born to Bacchus Marsh parents Rebecca and Peter on
Tuesday 27 June at 3.54am, he weighed 8lb 2oz (3670
survey, with no significantly higher or lower category results information being kept confidential (92) and the home
grams) and is a new little brother for Violet, Braxton and
as compared to last year. maintenance program (91).
Like in 2016, the 18-34 years age group were the most Most respondents, 78 per cent, reported using the
domestic assistance service, less than one in five
favourably disposed towards the Council. Residents aged
respondents use personal care, property maintenance
35-49 years were the least favourably disposed across the
was used by 18 per cent, and delivered meals was used Darley parents
board, the report summary reads. by 13 per cent. When assessing satisfaction with these Karlea and Drew
In a report on the survey tabled at the July council meeting, particular services, using an average rating, personal Prince have
several actions that could be undertaken by council to care achieved the highest rating at 93 per cent, followed welcomed their
improve the results next year were suggested including more by delivered meals at 90 per cent, domestic assistance third child, a little
investment and advocacy. rated 89 per cent, and property maintenance was at 83 girl. Mylee Louise
per cent. Prince arrived on
Officers have discussed the possible reasons for the decrease Tuesday 11 July
Respondents were asked to list the service they currently
in satisfaction in some measures, however the focus needs to at 2.07pm and
receive that is most valued - domestic assistance was
be on continuing to improve value for the community that weighed 7lb 9oz.
named by 45 per cent of those that use it, Mylee is a new
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investment to reduce the infrastructure gap and a critical - meals on wheels was named by 29 per cent who use it, and Nayte
review of services via the Service Review and Planning - respite by 22 per cent who use it and;
Policy and framework adopted by the Council, the report - property maintenance by 21 per cent who use it.

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Youth space to Action packed

linger longer outdoor show
By Jessica Howard
By Kate Taylor
Outdoor enthusiasts can snap up a special bargain and
Timeframes have been both tightened and loosened, for a browse the action-packed haven that is the National Fishing
number of Moorabool Shire Council projects. and Boating Expo.
The Expo and 4x4 Outdoors Show will be held at the
Councillors voted at the July 5 council meeting to adopt the
Melbourne Showgrounds from August 18 to 20.
Council Plan 2017-2021, which will now be forwarded to the
The action-packed event covers more than 300,000 square
Minister for Local Government as required by legislation.
metres and will showcase tens-of-thousands of products
The Plan, which had already been advertised for public from over 200 leading exhibitors and retailers.
feedback, contained a number of amendments for projects. Catering for every interest and budget, the event will help
The timeframe for a play space to improve engagement and consumers with everything from purchasing a significant
retention in education in the Bacchus Marsh area has been item such as a new camper or a smaller product such as new
brought forward from 2018-2021 to 2018-2019. wet-weather gear.
A feasibility study to inform the future provision of library Show visitors will also be treated to invaluable advice,
services in Ballan has been brought forward from 2018-2019 entertaining stories and a new perspective on fishing boating
to 2017-2018. and 4WDing through an exciting line-up of key industry
The timeframe for a masterplan for Rotary Park in Bacchus experts and celebrities.
Marsh, including concept and cost, and including the Andy Guest speakers will include Paul Worsteling from TVs iFish,
Arnold facility, has been brought forward from 2017-2021 to John Roothy Roth, Jase Andrews from All 4 Adventure and
AFL Legend Peter Spida Everitt.

Missing Molly
Event Director, Paul Mathers said he was thrilled to be
Costing for a youth space at the Rotary Park/Andy Arnold
bringing back to National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Fishing and
precinct has been pushed out from 2018-2019 to 2019-2020. Boating Expo to Melbourne.
Developing and delivering a community group capacity Visitors can expect hundreds of fantastic special deals,
building and sustainability program has been pushed out By Jessica Howard promos and bargains with the sheer number of exhibitors
from 2017-2018 to 2018-2019. under the one roof all fighting for your attention.
A Darley family are searching for their beloved kelpie, who
Councillors voted unanimously to adopt the plan, which is Not only will the show feature all of your favourite outdoor
disappeared from the front yard of their home on Saturday
available for viewing on councils website. industry retailers, there will be plenty of new exhibitors for
July 8.
you to explore.
Molly went outside on the morning of her disappearance
As a show that is totally family friendly, and for all ages,
and has yet to return home. Neighbours and friends have not
Which Nights Suit You? sighted her since that day.
we really encourage you to bring along the kids, take in the
entertainment, check out every corner of the show and really
The black and tan kelpie grew up on a farm in Northern make a day of it.
The council plan had included an item to look at Victoria, however at the age of two, her owner fell ill with
The National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Fishing & Boating Expo
extending the opening hours of the Lerderderg cancer, making it increasingly difficult for her to receive the
will announce further special guests, exhibitors and features
Library in Bacchus Marsh, however it was decided care and attention she deserved.
in the lead-up to the event on 18th-20th August at the
Owners, Davina and Ian were alerted to Mollys plight and
that the move should be its own project. Melbourne Showgrounds.
she was brought down to Darley to meet them.
Now council has put out a call for feedback on when For more information, updates or to purchase tickets, visit
While nervous at first, Ian and Davina spent time and energy
the library should be open after hours. www.4x4show.com.au/melbourne.
in making Molly feel loved and at home and she immediately
Two nights per week, from October, the library will became part of the family recently enjoying a five-week
be open until 8pm, and residents are being asked road trip through the central Australian desert regions. WIN WIN WIN
to fill out a survey telling council which two evenings Davina and Ian are worried for the safety of their much- For your chance to WIN a double pass simply
loved pet and have offered a reward for her return. Molly email your Name and Phone number to
would be best. is wearing a collar with a disc bearing her name and two news@themooraboolnews.com.au
The survey can be found via www.moorabool.vic. contact phone numbers. Entries close Friday 11 August at 5pm. Winners notified
gov.au/libraries. If you have seen her in your neighbourhood, or have any and must be able to collect tickets from Ballan office.
information, please telephone Davina or Ian on 0487 770 362.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 2 August, 2017 in the MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 5.00pm. The Bacchus Marsh Public Hall Committee of Management is seeking a provider to manage
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. their website www.bacchusmarshpublichall.org.au, including page content, the
underlying content management system, domain name renewals and website hosting. For
COMMITTEE MEETING more information please go to www.bacchusmarshpublichall.org.au or contact
The next Committee Meeting will be of the Rural Growth Committee, on tomorrow, Expressions of Interest close 31 July, 2017.
Wednesday 26 July, 2017, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at
4.00pm. TENDER
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
Tender Number Tender Description
C04-2017/2018 Berry Street, Ballan Pavement Rehabilitation & Widening
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
C05-2017/2018 Old Melbourne Road, Ballan Pavement Rehabilitation & Widening
Revenue Ofcer Full Time or Job Share Position.
Applications close on Friday 28 July 2017. C06-2017/2018 Bridge Deck Overlay & Strengthening Works Old Melbourne Rd, Ballan
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 22 July 2017 at
The Blacksmiths Cottage and Forge Special Committee AGM will be held on Tuesday 22
August 2017, at the Holy Trinity Church Hall, Gisborne Rd, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at
Guest speaker is Mr Gus Steegstra who will speak about the Darley re brick refractory.
Supper will be provided.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.

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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Community Grants 2017

Ballan & District Community Bank Branch

Dominic Hanrahan (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board

Director) and Angie Colliver (Business Excellence Awards/ Isaac Ellis (Ballan Branch CSO) and Billy Smith (Ballan Luke Calder (Ballan Branch Manager) and Mick Frawley
Ballan & Dist. Chamber of Commerce). $10,000 From Ballan Recreation Reserve President). $5000 Playground (Bungaree Bowling Club). $1000 Continued sponsorship
& District Community Bank Branch Major Sponsor. replacement and refurbishment. for maintenance/equipment.

Jennifer Hudson (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board

Sharren Mullane (Ballan Branch CSO) and Karen Cahir (St Director) and Allison Eskdale (St Brigids PS Parents & Friends). Dominic Hanrahan (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board
Brendans PS Parents & Friends). $2500 Mountain of Fun Run $1000 Champagne Breakfast Ballan Jockey Club/Emirates Director) and Renee Baker (Ballan Brumbies Basketball Club).
event. Melbourne Cup Tour (Oct 11). $1000 uniforms.

Jaime Turner and Leisa Conroy (Gordon Tennis Club) with Luke Isaac Ellis (Ballan Branch CSO) and Gerald Conroy (Ballan
Calder (Ballan Branch Manager). $1000 Equipment tennis Isaac Ellis (Ballan Branch CSO) and Rahne Russell (Gordon Jockey Club). $1200 Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour (Oct 11)
tutor cube. Playgroup). $1500 Replace vacuum and provide equipment. Cocktail Evening.

Matthew Grindrod and Kevin Harper (Ballan Autumn Festival Richard Biden (Ballan Shire Historical Society) and Sharren
Karen Monaghan and Steve Norman (Ballan Pony Club) with Assoc Inc) with Luke Calder (Ballan Branch Manager). $2500 Mullane (Ballan Branch CSO). $1500 Historical Display in
Luke Calder (Ballan Branch Manager). $5000 Part funding Flavours of Moorabool event Sunday 27 August at St Annes Mechanics Hall for Ballan Jockey Club/Emirates Melbourne
toward a safer all-weather riding arena. Winery. Cup Tour (Oct 11).

Mark Conlan (Ballan FNC) and Dominic Hanrahan (Moorabool Dominic Hanrahan (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board
Community Enterprises Board Director). $2000 ongoing Luke Calder (Ballan Branch Manager) and Andrew Mahar Director) and Chris Leonard (Dunnstown FNC). $2000 ongoing
support contribution. (Bungaree FNC). $2000 ongoing support contribution. support contribution.

Jennifer Hudson (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board Leanne Oneil and David Toohey (Springbank FNC) and Helen Vic Buttigieg and Barry Sims (Ballan Golf Club) with Darren Rix
Director) and Adam Ludbrook (Gordon FNC). $2000 ongoing Mahar (Moorabool Community Enterprises Board Director). (Chairman Moorabool Community Enterprises & Board
support contribution. $2000 ongoing support contribution. Director). $2000 - ongoing support contribution.
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One punch
Editor thug facing jail
By Jessica Howard and leave the venue. The man was taken
to Sunshine Hospital with a sore head and
A 22-year-old is facing jail time after a neck.
one punch attack that left a father-of-two
Dear Editor, unconscious.
CCTV footage obtained by police the
following day revealed the identity of Jones,
The disastrous Coolaroo Craig Jones allegedly punched the victim in who attended the Bacchus Marsh Police
Station on February 12.
dump/recycling plant fire the head while in the presence of the mans
wife and two children, aged five and 12. Jones made full admissions to police, stating
has impacted hundreds of The incident occurred at a Bacchus Marsh that when approached by the victim, he felt

set to blossom
residents, caused environ- hotel at around 8pm on February 1 this year. threatened and acted in self-defence.
Jones defence lawyer asked Magistrate
mental damage, and result- Jones appeared in the Bacchus Marsh
Magistrates Court on Friday (July 14) charged
Gregory Robinson for a sentencing

member, edEdithin immediate litigation. indication, submitting that his client should
Paarharmer Ms Paarhammer said works with intentionally cause injury. receive an adjourned undertaking with
Bacchus Marsh has
said the community group were generously funded
mas- The court heard the victim and his family
will now join forces with by the former Ballan Quilt were having dinner at the Bacchus Marsh
conditions including anger management.
a class ofsive
Primary Group sites
and thevisited
Ballan Farm- However, Magistrate Robinson rejected
venue, and were seated within about ten- the submission, stating that if Jones were to
School students, who will ers Market.
by thousands
plant a collection of citrus of trucks
This is very much pera com-
metres of the accused and his ten male plead guilty, he would be imprisoned for one
year.the parks. munity project and it is great friends.
trees throughout month.

Stabbing at Greendale
The planting sessions are to see the Shire and the local The group of men were allegedly using There is no justification for that type of
about ownership, said.these dump
schools taking sites
interest in inappropriate language, resulting in the behaviour in any way, he said.
Many students will walk beautifying our town. victims wife approaching the group and A man who was accompanied by his wife
through the two parks on While two parks are cur- asking them to be wary of the young children and kids made [the accused], who stood with
their way What
to school andprecautions
by rently in the works, have
there are
nearby. ten of his mates, feel threatened? Absolutely
planting been
their owntaken?
trees, about seven or eight other not.
they will be able to take areas in Ballan that have the Jones allegedly responded to the woman by
ownership What areforthepotential
fire risks? That is violent thuggery and other young
by caring to be turned into swearing and stating, I can say whatever I
What are the table-water
and learning about them. pocket parks. This is f***ing want in front of your kids.
men need to know that this behaviour is not
okay. The victim could have died, and right
By Helen Tatchell injuries to his upper body.
This project will also enable just the beginning, but it is a The victim then approached Jones, who hit
the students to understand lovely beginning. in front of his wife and kids.
Paramedics also treated a woman for upper
The planting sessions will One punch thug facing jail (MN 18 July)
the man in the head, forcing him to land on
the importance of trees and
what they Who
can do inspects these sites,
Following the sentencing indication, Jones
A man in his 60s was flown by air ambulance
in early re- body injuries and was taken to the Ballarat
for both commence the ground and fall unconscious for some will plead not guilty to the charge, with a
the environment on
and usthese
as For sites, reports
more information, visit time. contest mention to be heard in Ballarat with to the Alfred hospital on Thursday 20 July
humans. http://ballanarboretum.org. Plead Jones not guilty
proceeded and
to step overget
the 6victim
months later down the track.
a date to be set in the near future. Base Hospital in a stable condition.
to our community? - Kieran Atkin with serious abdominal injuries. He is in a
What are we all being ex- serious condition. Victoria Police confirmed a 42-year-old
posed to? And at what cost And so he bloody well should. - Heather Simpkin Police were called to a Shuter Avenue Greendale man has been charged.

Environmental Opinion
to our community and our He has been charged with intention to
Haha this is far from the truth unless people know the truth address in Greendale at around 7.45pm
they should not comment. - Tiffany
with Tom KingstonJones following reports a man had been stabbed. cause serious injury, recklessly causing
Does anyone know the an-
A spokesperson from Ambulance Victoria injury, and assault with a weapon.
swers to these questions? It should be illegal for the paper to publish anyones full
said paramedics were called at about 7.40pm. The man was expected to appear in a

tion, people and democracy

Damien Strangio name. Its a horrible feeling even more so when the stories
Bacchus Marsh are lies. - Kylie Rose The man believed to be in his 60s had Ballarat court last Friday.

The Whats On section is for non-profit community organisations. All
ins a tale of
and Canberra
public meetings with rooms full of people
waving jugs of dirty water in front of
there were SWAT police in full body gear. It
was very intimidating. Before the meeting
But they are being misled. This conclusion is free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
only reached through modelling prepared
same question, elected officials. Still nothing happened. It even started, the Chief of Police got on stage by a private consultancy for the Finkel Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear
power looking wasnt until data became available from an
investigative journalist, a local paediatrician
and said that if anybody acted disorderly
or caused any nonsense, they would be
Review that deliberately ignores certain new if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the
technologies such as battery storage that can
been charged and a Virginia Tech professional, that NGOs immediately taken out and arrested. Six provide grid security and replace coal-fired constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.
h involuntary and the media began taking the Flint Water people were arrested that night, for offences generation at a much cheaper cost than gas.
n an unfolding issue seriously. Even after finally admitting as serious as refusing to remove a hat. None
RenewEconomy goes on, The detailed
Michigan. This there was an issue, officials delayed action were ultimately charged.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
modelling prepared by consultancy Jacobs
ast 12 deaths for years. Has the world of George Orwells 1984 for the panel led by chief scientist Dr Alan
e, in addition Interestingly when General Motors said arrived? Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Finkel also ignores recent big falls in the
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Ballan & District Community House
ng of a whole they couldnt use Flint water because it was And now for Canberra - it would be remise of out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm Jean
costs of wind and solar, and over-estimates Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. www.bacchusmarshcc.
int were aware corroding the car parts, they were switched
om the moment
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term
back to Detroit water. But, when the Flint
3 program OUT NOW.
me not to mention the Finkel Review into our
energy network emanating from Canberra.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq-
the cost to build new wind and solar plants. org
All enquiries, bookings, classes &Ifvenue
ver to the Flint residents asked to be switched back, because you wouldhire like- call
to read5368 1934 .
an interesting
According to page 100 of the Finkel Report,
Pastor Merv Patton 0412 290 036. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
a report Tony Abbott dismissed without
Darley Neighbourhood House &article
st couldnt get we were being corroded inside, they were Learning Centre
on this Review might I suggest you
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
reading, it is now cheaper to build a new Services - St Andrews 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
not switched back. What of the voices of local to the web and read RenewEconomy.com.
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Shortgo
king the water. people in all this?
courses and classes. BM &
au. RenewEconomy.com.au is a web-site Meeting 3 Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
rd station than coal or gas.
solar or wind power 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family messy Church, 4.30pm (4th
We all knew. Finally, and far more worryingly, the mayor focusing2nd
Photography Club - Meetings & energy
on clean 4th Wednesday
news and analysis, Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Indeed, with due acknowledgement to
Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
a publicEnquiries Charles Dickens, it is the best of times, it is
of month,
her people, but 7.30pm.
for Flint called welcome.
meeting to discuss as well Phone
as climate5367policy.4390.
According to
the worst of times,Poultry
it is the ageClub (at Bacchus Marsh)
of wisdom, Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
were crazy, one the water issues. Residents crowded into a RenewEconomy, the Australian public and
Melton South Community Centre
he government local church for a rare opportunity to voice the Coalition party room are being told that itMeetings held 2nd
is the age of foolishness, it isSunday
the epoch ofof month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
int. The people 3 Program
their - out
concerns to local now.
officials. ThisBookings
is a allowingand enquiries
coal-fired call
generators 9747
to continue Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
belief, it is the epoch of incredulity, it is the
Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong
y what NGOs 8576.report of the meeting by some of the Flint beyond their 50-year life offers the cheapest season of Light, it is the season of Darkness.
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome Kerry 9741 9705. 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362
re holding big people. When we walked into the building path to a transition to a low carbon economy. What is your opinion?
The Laurels Bacchus Marsh Community College Church of the Living God
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes.
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061.
MARKETS Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Ballan Lions Club Market Maddingley. Enq 0408 260 727.
MEETINGS Next market Saturday 5 August. First Saturday each Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
month - Inglis St, Ballan 9am-1pm. Enquiries 0402 390 080 Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Childrens Program.
St Andrews Playgroup Bacchus Marsh (Wayne).
(Behind St Andrews Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Darley Market Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Saturday 5 August, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at
Enquiries Cindy 0433 651 066. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries 0488 345 145 (Alan). Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Ballan Playgroup Ballan Farmers Market
Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Mens
Next Market Saturday 12 August, 9am-1pm. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Hall- 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Further details 0429 681 566.
905 558 Tamsin.
Enq 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after
CHURCH in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Anglican Parish of West Moorabool St Bernards Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon. Service Times Mass Times Saturday- 5pm; Sunday 8.30am & 10am.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Sunday 30 July - St Johns Ballan, 9:30am. No other services in
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome the parish on this day. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for
0400 003 936. more details.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Catholic Parish of Gordon
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Mass Times - Saturday 29 July Springbank, 6.30pm
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Sunday 30 July Bungaree 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Ballan Uniting Church (St. Pauls)
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Reflective Worship.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics B3 Community
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Enq - 0421 222 717. Bacchus Marsh.
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This is Truly a Special Place to Call Home Regional

housing still on
the up and up
by almost $40,000 in the
June quarter to $407,000. Its
the second quarter of strong
growth for the Ballarat sub-
urb with growth of more
than eight per cent recorded
in March.
Irymple, in the states far
north west, was another top
performing town in the June
quarter with the median
house price increasing 8.7
Joseph Walton per cent to $290,250.
President, Reiv House prices also rose
strongly in Lake Wendouree
with the median up 8.6 per
53 Connor Court, Ballan House prices in regional Vic-
toria have risen for the fifth
cent to $722,000 a quarterly
increase of $57,000.
Price: $759,900 consecutive quarter, with
the statewide median in-
Solid price growth of more
A relaxing welcome home, to a beautiful outlook. than seven per cent was also
creasing two per cent in June
recorded in Hamlyn Heights
Huge 4 bedroom sandstone effect residence. to a record high $385,000.
and Ballarat North, boosting
New REIV data shows mul-
The master offers large walk in robe and ensuite. tiple regional towns expe-
the median house price in
these areas to $485,000 and
The main with spa. Spacious living lounge, rienced significant price
$352,500 respectively.
growth in the three months
separate rumpus, kitchen, dining and family. Wide to June 30 with the largest
Meanwhile, quarterly
growth of around six per
verandah, hobby room/office and double garage. increase recorded in Mary-
borough, north of Ballarat. cent was seen in Brown
Large man shed with power. Across the bridge Hill ($390,000), Highton
The towns median house
with scenic dam, long inviting drive. price rose 13.1 per cent in the ($618,750), Redan ($265,000),
June quarter to $220,500 an and Trafalgar ($343,250).
Contact Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Other regional areas expe-
increase of $25,500 on March
figures. riencing solid price growth
Nearby Maldon also re- in the June quarter include
corded double-digit price Warragul, up 5.9 per cent
growth with house prices to a median house price of
in the town increasing 10.9 $410,000; Bacchus Marsh,
per cent over the quarter to up 5.5 per cent to a median
a median of $435,000. This of $420,000; Bairnsdale, up
was up from a median of 4.7 per cent to a median of
$392,200 in March. $267,000; and Kilmore, up 4.3
Similar growth of around per cent to $385,000.
10 per cent was also experi- For more information on
enced in Soldiers Hill, with median house prices by
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Opportunity to secure an amazing 60 acre property only 10 minutes into town.
Views over Brisbane Ranges, Parwan creek & to the rear of the property views Auction: 12th August at 2pm
to the You Yangs & Corio Bay. Inspect: Saturday 29th July
Spacious 4 bedroom brick veneer double storey home.
2.00pm 2.30pm
Several shedding options that would accommodate cars, boats, motor bikes,
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property has been extensively re-vegetated with mature native trees and shrubs.




Situated in a court location you will nd this quality built 4 bedroom home. 3 bedroom home, fully renovated, BIRs, brand new carpet & ceiling fans.
Sweeping concrete paved driveway & you are greeted by a double carport. Private Sale: $496,000 All your heating & cooling satised with ducted refrigerated heating & cooling. Private Sale:
The home is elevated with a long welcoming colonial veranda & railing. Inspect: Saturday 29th July Open plan kitchen, has a walk-in pantry, Ceasar stone bench tops, Bosch Inspect: Saturday 29th July
Impressive soaring timber cathedral ceilings & newly polished hardwood flooring dishwasher and a Blanco 5 burner gas freestanding stove.
1.15pm 1.45pm 11.00am11.30am
in the lounge & newly sealed slate tiling in the formal dining area. The dining & living area have hardwood polished timber floors with a built-in
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Downstairs is a fully self-contained apartment. pendant lighting and a large corner timber bench.



Listings Wanted
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6 bedrooms, walk-in-robes, ensuites to bedrooms 1-4; Simply stunning, immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master
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Powder room, internal access from double garage; Open plan lounge, gas log re, formal dining, separate
Upstairs has a spacious retreat with lovely views oven family with space heater.
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Features include gas heating, evaporative cooling, Elevated deck overlooking expansive backyard. Single
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Land size approximately 707 sqm;
Private Sale: REDUCED $695,000$745,000
Inspect: Saturday 29th July 3.00pm3.30pm
Private Sale: $449,000
Inspect: Sunday 29th July 12.30pm1.00pm
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128
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Bacchus Marsh 3, 5, 7 Dickie Street


3 Dickie Street
2 bed 1 bath weatherboard 887m2
INSPECT Saturday 10:15 to 10:45am
$400,000 TO $430,000
5 Dickie Street
3 bed 1 bath weatherboard 895m2
$440,000 TO $460,000
7 Dickie Street
Large 1079m2 Vacant block with views
$440,000 to $460,000

Ofce 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128

Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 len@lensmith.com.au

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This cute 3 bedroom home is situated This impressive property is in a quiet
in an outstanding location in town. Price $395,000 $410,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
Within walking distance to the Village Inspect Saturday 12.0012.30pm drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.302.00pm
Shopping Centre, Primary Schools shops, schools & train station. Easy
and public transport. Well maintained Ofce 2/137 Main Street, access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Ofce 2/137 Main Street,
with internal and external painting. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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roof, a freshened up bathroom and Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 entertainment area. Lovely valley views Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
ducted heating and a reverse cycle len@lensmith.com.au overlooking market gardens to be len@lensmith.com.au
air conditioner. Landscaped gardens, Kelvin Gafero 0481 991 828 enjoyed. Kelvin Gafero 0481 991 828
single carport connected to the home kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
and car access to the back yard with a
good size garage with power.
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LEOJuly 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles

A dull job suddenly becomes much more interesting. Your
social life is livelier too. A friend may become suddenly
possessive - try to nip the problem in the bud.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22
This is an excellent week for presenting your proposals.
Your instincts are sharp, especially in domestic matters.
A happy romantic trend continues through the week and
at the end of the week a recent mystery is solved.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRASeptember 23-October 22

Your charisma helps you avoid some tricky situations this

week, at home or at work - but dont count on it exclu-
sively. You are very popular at present and you receive a
series of invitations
SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21
Hunches are generally strong, especally those related to
career prospects. Overseas corresponence encourages you
ARIESMarch 21-April 20 to shape your own travel plans. A research project brings
You may find friends to be a little argumentative. Do your some surprises.
best to remain objective. A loved one is more willing to
co-operate in a joint venture. Academic advancement is SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
highlighted. Tackling large jobs is your current strength. The simple
TAURUSApril 21-May 22 tasks may present unexpected problems. This is a good
time for getting in touch with friends who have drifted
You can boost your partners sagging confidence and away.
encourage children to realize their potential. An interest-
ing financial option could require further research be- CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
fore you make a definite decision. Your energy level is generally high, but avoid over ex-
GEMINIMay 23-June 21 tending yourself. You can be somewhat gullible so dont
believe every strange tale you hear right now. An award
A trusted friend may help you out of a rut. You begin to bonus may arrive by the end of the week.
feel more ambitious this week, but work accordingly to a
plan. Romance accents its whimsical side. AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19

NO. 9005 CANCERJune 22-July 22 Careful planning may help you avoid a financial snag.
Watch a tendency to take risks - you are in an adventur-
ACROSS DOWN Careerwise, you may find that a more traditional approach
appeals to your superiors. Dont be experimental just to
ous mood. Your creative energies are high and your eff-
6. Antibiotic (10) 1. Mild (6) orts could win you high praise.
8. Job (4) 2. Nationality (7) be different. Some good financial news may arrive this
9. Gun (4) 3. Bone (6) week. PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
10. Big (5) 4. Flowery (6) Transportation and communication problems are start-
11. Stagger (4) 5. Go in (5) LEOJuly 23-August 22
ing to end. Your independent streak is surfacing, but try
12. All-round (9) 7. Tree (5) A dull job suddenly becomes much more interesting. Your to include your partner in your plans. You have a knack
16. Doctor (9) 13. Freezing (3) social life is livelier too. A friend may become suddenly of excluding those who could could be the most helpful.
20. Unfortunately (4) 14. Zodiac sign (7) possessive - try to nip the problem in the bud.
22. Rubbish (5) 15. Glower (5) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Trick (4) 17. Fireside (6) VIRGOAugust 23-September 22
24. Language (4) 18. Globe (6) You are a devoted friend and family member, but shun
25. Resolute (10) 19. Reply (6) This is an excellent week for presenting your proposals. the praise for doing what you think is just the right thing.
21. Room (5) Your instincts are sharp, especially in domestic matters. Your wit sometimes hurts others - until they realize there
A happy romantic trend continues through the week and is nothing personal intended. Put your quick wit to pract-
CRYPTIC PUZZLE at the end of the week a recent mystery is solved. ical use - perhaps taking on a public speaking role.
ACROSS LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
6. Thats enough of that! Must go to the dentist! (4,2,4).
8. Driven back from the grocers (4). 9. Quickly eat some- Your charisma helps you avoid some tricky situations this
thing in the bar (4). 10. Wake and practise for the event week, at home or at work - but dont count on it exclu-

(5). 11. As far as Quiet! Thats nonesnese! (4). 12. De- sively. You are very popular at present and you receive a
parture time, when ones not at ones best (3,6). 16. As series of invitations
it did in ones finances when one prospected for oil?
(4,1,4). 20. Shut up, love, theres a policeman outside SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21
(4). 22. A terrible, but legal, beheading (5). 23. Greeting
you get from the hairdresser (4). 24. Just that I have NUMBER GAME
Hunches are generally strong, especally those related to
career prospects. Overseas corresponence encourages you
been through a great deal (4). 25. Levy, travelling, had to shape your own travel plans. A research project brings
too much to eat (6,4). ANSWER BELOW
some surprises.
DOWN SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
1. Dump the information (3-3). 2. The ten mice performed
for not a sou! (7). 3. Its not unbeatable when it comes to Tackling large jobs is your current strength. The simple
providing news (3-3). 4. Lied, but its an effort? (6). 5. tasks may present unexpected problems. This is a good
Not having saved ones energies? (5). 7. Catch also ca- time for getting in touch with friends who have drifted
reering round to bend (5). 13. Aim to put a stop to (3). away.
14. Run over and flaunt (4,3). 15. Ran, with a cry, into
the tree (5). 17. Pretend it will concern you (6). 18. Se- CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
cure the services of Len Turner first (6). 19. What the Your energy level is generally high, but avoid over ex-
peevish servant is wearing? (6). 21. Cut again in the tending yourself. You can be somewhat gullible so dont
home (5). believe every strange tale you hear right now. An award
bonus may arrive by the end of the week.
R-ow-an. 17, Affect. 18, Enl-Ist. 19, Livery. 21, Pa-re-d. AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
QUICK SOLUTIONS Careful planning may help you avoid a financial snag.
Strain. 5, Spent. 7, La-S-so. 13, End. 14, Show off. 15,
Across - 1, Whisky and soda. 8, Chess. 9, Tourist. 10, Watch a tendency to take risks - you are in an adventur-
Down - 1, Tip-off. 2, Centime (anag.). 3, Tom-tom. 4,
Extort. 11, Attire. 12, Atoll. 14, Level. 18, Blouse. 20,
fare. ous mood. Your creative energies are high and your eff-
Crisis. 23, Ortolan. 24, Halve. 25, Birds-nest soup.
Co-O-p. 22, (l)Awful. 23, Wave. 24, Fa-I-r. 25, Excess orts could win you high praise.
Down - 1, Wicked. 2, Inert. 3, Kestrel. 4, Alto. 5, Daunt.
PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
Train. 11, To-sh. 12, Off moment. 16, Made a hole. 20,
6, Orifice. 7, Anthem. 13, Trotter. 15, Earshot. 16, Ab-
Across - 6, Time to stop. 8, Edam (rev.). 9, Bolt. 10,
sorb. 17, Asleep. 19, Salts. 21, Salvo. 22, Knee.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Transportation and communication problems are start-
ing to end. Your independent streak is surfacing, but try
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS to include your partner in your plans. You have a knack
Across - 1, Cutting remark. 8, (Oliver)Twist. 9, Fum-
Sphere. 19, Answer. 21, Study.
of excluding those who could could be the most helpful.
bles. 10, Undone. 11, B-rogue. 12, Shade. 14, As-Id-e.
7, Aspen. 13, Icy. 14, Scorpio. 15, Glare. 17, Hearth. 18,
18, Annual. 20, Sign-or. 23, H-usb-and. 24, Serge. 25,
Down - 1, Gentle. 2, Finnish. 3, Fillet. 4, Floral. 5, Enter.
Royal standard.
23, Ruse. 24, Urdu. 25, Determined. You are a devoted friend and family member, but shun
Down - 1, Cut out. 2, Tried. 3, Intoned. 4, Gift. 5, E-L-
Reel. 12, Versatile. 16, Physician. 20, Alas. 22, Trash. the praise for doing what you think is just the right thing.
mer. 6, Al-leg-ed. 7, Kisses. 13, Hone-St-y. 15, Slips on
Across - 6, Penicillin. 8, Task. 9, Sten. 10, Large. 11, Your wit sometimes hurts others - until they realize there
16, Was-her. 17, Fri-end. 19, A-t all. 21, Norm-a. 22,
QUICK SOLUTIONS is nothing personal intended. Put your quick wit to pract-
Edit. ical use - perhaps taking on a public speaking role.
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Ballarat Football/Netball
Ballarat Football/Netball
Results Round 13
League League Central Highlands Football League
Round 13
Round 13 Results Round 14

got away
Club A B C D 19&U Seniors
Club Darley A 47 B 28 C 45
D 19&U
40 40
58 58
24 24
25 25
2713 13 Buninyong 17.18 (120) def Newlyn 3.5 (23)
East Point 40 40 39 39 29 29 30 3018 18 Springbank 7.8 (50) def Bungaree 4.9 (33)
Redan 34 34 36 36 49 49 28 2854 54 Learmonth 9.12 (66) def Ballan 8.12 (60)
Lake Wendouree 44 44 48 48 23 23 30 3027 27
Bacchus Marsh 28 28 18 18 22 22 19 1924 24 Beaufort 23.18 (156) def Clunes 7.4 (46)
City 59 59 41 41 13 13 35 3537 37 Hepburn 19.20 (134) def Cham/Linton 4.9 (33) Ballan v Learmonth
Ballarat 44 44 49 49 47 47 37 3743 43 Waubra 15.15 (105) def Creswick 5.3 (33)
Rwood/Chap 19.8 (122) def Skipton 5.12 (42) The Senior Blues headed to Learmonth and the Lakies
Junior Results Round 12 had been through a string of losses and were keen to have
Gordon 12.12 (84) def Daylesford 7.5 (47)
Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U a victory and secure a finals berth. The Lakies opened
Club 17&U Res
Sen 17&U Sen15&U
Res 15&U
Sen 13&U
Res 13&U Reserves strongly and held a three goal lead at the first break. This
Bacchus Marsh 9Sen 35 Res 20 Sen 19 Res
23 Sen
5 Res Buninyong 11.11 (77) def Newlyn 5.5 (35) was whittled back in the second quarter to one goal . Down
East Point Jnrs
42 9
13 42
37 35
18 37
20 17 1938 27
23 5 Bungaree 15.16 (106) def Springbank 4.2 (26) back Ash Mullane was in the thick of the action and in the
Darley 23 23 1715 28
38 27
Lake Wendouree 34 39 42 Learmonth 14.11 (95) def Ballan 4.3 (27) middle Sam Sher and Darren Tanti were also consistent
East Point Jnrs 13 18 13 28 2325 10
15 28
42 -
- 30
25 10 Beaufort 12.13 (85) def Clunes1.1 (7) performers. The Blues let the Lakers slip away in the third
Mount Clear 18 12 44 17
Redan 19 28 31 - 30 20 Hepburn 22.16 (148) def Cham/Linton2.4 (16) quarter, holding a four goal buffer at the last break. In the
Mount Clear 18 12 44 - 18 17 Waubra 4.7 (31) def Creswick 3.5 (23) final quarter the Blues put in a great effort and managed to
Rwood/Chap 9.18 (72) def Skipton 1.4 (10)
Ballarat Football League Smythesdale 10.4 (64) def Dunnstown8.8 (56)
reel their opponents right back. They had the run of play and
momentum behind thembut the siren beat the squad. Next
Results - Round 13 Daylesford 14.5 (89) def Gordon3.7 (25) week the Blues have Newlyn at home and have a chance for
Seniors Under 18 another win as the season winds down.
Bacchus Marsh 7.21 (63) def Lake Wendouree 7.10 (52) Buninyong 5.6 (36) def Newlyn 4.5 (29) Final Score Ballan 8. 12. 60 lost Learmonth 9 12. 66
Darley 22.19 (151) def Sebastopol 7.6 (48) Springbank 23.19 (157) def Bungaree 0.2 (2) Best - A Mullane, B Thomas, M Rollo, S Sher, D Tanti, C
Redan 13.12 (90) def East Point 11.13 (79) Ballan 18.10 (118) def Learmonth 1.6 (12) Golding.
North Ballarat City 17.15 (117) def Ballarat 9.10 (64) Beaufort 8.9 (57) def Clunes 6.12 (48) The Reserves were very undermanned and were without
Reserves Hepburn 36.15 (231) def Cham/Linton 1.0 (6) Bernie Whelan up forward,leaving a massive hole . The U18s
Bacchus Marsh 7.8 (50) def Lake Wendouree 3.9 (27) Creswick 8.10 (58) def Waubra 2.6 (18) filled in the gaps and Luke Currie Jones did a great job and
Darley 15.22 (112) def Sebastopol 2.4 (16) Skipton 13.22 (100) def Rwood/Chap1.1 (7) booted two for the reserves having already booted eight in
Dunnstown 22.26 (158) def Smythesdale 1.1 (7) the U18s match prior. Saucy made the most of the limited
East Point 13.8 (86) def Redan 3.7 (25)
Under 15 opportunities he had andWatts and Marcus Darley gave
Ballarat 13.12 (90) def North Ballarat City 6.6 (42)
Buninyong 11.21 (87) def Newlyn 2.2 (14) their all. But the Lakies at home were on fire and with only
Under 18.5s
Springbank 18.9 (117) def Bungaree 1.3 (9) two losses for the year are certainly premiership contenders.
Lake Wendouree 6.11 (47) def Bacchus Marsh 3.4 (22) The Blues did improve as the game progressed and will
Clunes 8.11 (59) def Beaufort 2.6 (18)
Darley 29.14 (188) def Sebastopol 0.1 (1) hopefully have better fortune next week at home.
Hepburn 5.15 (45) def Cham/Linton 5.6 (36)
Redan 8.4 (52) def East Point 6.8 (44) Creswick 8.12 (60) def Waubra 2.1 (13) Final Score - Ballan. 4. 3. 27 lost Learmonth. 14. 11. 95
North Ballarat City 7.10 (52) def Ballarat 2.9 (21) Skipton 9.10 (64) def Rwood/Chap 3.2 (20) Best - J Byrnes, L Currie Jones, J Downey, R Watts, M Darley,
Smythesdale 5.6 (36) def Dunnstown 5.0 (30) T Trickey.
Ballarat Junior Football League Gordon 11.11 (77) def Daylesford 2.2 (14) For the Under 18s it was a convincing win and the Blues
Results - Round 12 kicked 12 goals in the first half and did not allow their
Under 16.5 Seniors Central Highlands Netball League opponents to score a goal. Hayden Thompson had a field day
Darley 9.11 (65) def Bacchus Marsh 6.6 (42)
Central Highlands Netball League and he had plenty of team mates that had unfettered access
Results Round 14 to the ball. Luke Currie Jones was also on fire up forward
Redan 9.13 (67) def East Point 4.4 (28) Results Round 14
booting eight majors. Connor McLeod as ever gave great
North Ballarat 4.8 (32) def Ballarat 4.5 (29) Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
drive from half back along with Sam Wilkinson.
Lake Wendouree 11.9 (75) def Mount Clear 5.8 (38) Bungaree 27 24 37 26 23 26
Springbank 7 17 7 21 35 42 Final Score - Ballan 18. 10. 118. def Learmonth. 1. 6. 12
Under 16.5 Reserves
Carngham 12 12 15 16 25 18 Best - H Thompson, C Brown, C McLeod, S Wilkinson, C
Darley 9.10 (64) def Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41) Hepburn 14 48 59 38 43 54 Pascoe.
Lake Wendouree 21.13 (139) def Mount Clear 5.8 (38) Clunes 8 26 42 23 50 44 For the Under 12s it was a similar outcome with the Blues
Ballarat 5.6 (36) def North Ballarat 4.5 (29) Beaufort 21 26 23 38 26 69 having all the answers. Cody Gates booted two goals and the
Redan 9.7 (61) def East Point 5.6 (36) Creswick 24 18 34 33 32 27
Blues runners like Lucas Smits were on fire. A good win with
Waubra 25 28 30 37 18 46
U/14 Seniors three rounds to go and the Blues have had a very successful
Daylesford 6 29 16 30 - -
Darley 11.7 (73) def Bacchus Marsh 5.8 (38) Gordon 22 31 33 37 - - season. Hopefully they can maintain that great form for the
Mount Clear 19.10 (124) def Lake Wendouree 1.0 (6) Smythesdale 19 12 9 5 6 16 lightning premiership on 6 August at Creswick.
Ballarat 10.7 (67) def North Ballarat 7.5 (47) Dunnstown 26 54 44 54 71 94 Final score - Ballan. 4. 3. 27 def Learmonth. 0. 0 0
Redan 12.7 (79) def East Point 7.5 (47) Learmonth 10 31 50 54 55 69 Best - L Smits. B Azzopardi, C Matheson, K Hudavardi.
Ballan 16 10 2 14 7 30
U/14 Reserves Newlyn 3 17 20 28 28 30
Darley 16.6 (102) def Bacchus Marsh 0.1 (1) Buninyong 45 28 23 31 28 54
East Point 9.12 (66) def Lake Wendouree 1.0 (6) Skipton 31 11 20 20 22 24
North Ballarat 13.7 (85) def Ballarat 1.2 (8) Rokewood 3 12 10 21 20 48
Mount Clear 8.12 (60) def Redan 2.3 (15)
U/12 Seniors Bacchus Marsh v Lake Wendouree
Bacchus Marsh 15.7 (97) def Darley 2.0 (12) Photos Tim Saultry
Lake Wendouree 7.9 (51) def East Point 1.6 (12) AFL Goldfields Womens
North Ballarat 6.11 (47) def Ballarat 2.2 (14)
Mount Clear 9.7 (61) def Redan 6.4 (40)
Football League
U/12 Reserves Division 1
Darley 4.9 (33) def Bacchus Marsh 1.1 (7) North Geelong 0.0 (71) def Sunbury Kangaroos 0.1 (1)
Lake Wendouree 1.3 (9) def East Point 0.1 (1) Redan 7.6 (48) def East Point Dragons 4.2 (26)
North Ballarat 9.3 (57) def Ballarat 0.0 (0) Melton Centrals 5.6 (36) def Ballarat Swans 4.6 (30)
Mount Clear 4.7 (31) def Redan 3.1 (19) Division 2
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 9.11 (65) def Carisbrook 7.4 (46)
Ballan Golf Club Gisborne 8.17 (65) def Redan Gold 0.2 (2)
Ballarat Youth Girls
Results Week ending Saturday 22 July
Ballarat Swans 11.14 (80) def Carisbrook Lions 0.3 (3)
Wednesday - Stableford Creswick 12.12 (84) def East Point Dragons 0.0 (0)
WinnerChris Tudor29 points, R/up Barry Sims 28 points Lakers 8.6 (54) def Redan 0.3 (3)
on c/b from Victor Buttigieg. Ararat Storm 9.6 (60) def North Ballarat City 3.1 (19)
Saturday- Stroke Riddell Youth Girls
A Grade - Winner Anthony Moore 73-7-66, R/up Les Martin Sunbury Kangaroos 18.13 (121) def Diggers Rest 0.0 (0)
87-18-69. Darley Devils 12.11 (83) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 2.1 (13)
B Grade - Winneron the dayDavid Mayne 90-24-66, Gisborne Blue 8.12 (60) def Gisborne White 2.5 (17)
R/upRob Brown 89-22-67 on c/b from Victor Buttigieg. Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls
NTPs - 2ndAnthony Moore, 12th Victor Buttigieg, Ballarat Swans 3.5 (23) def Carisbrook 2.3 (15)
15th Michael Di Fiore. East Point Dragons 3.5 (23) def Redan Gold 0.0 (0)
Magpies - 14thCraig Rogers, 18th Anthony Moore. North Ballarat City 1.4 (10) def Redan 1.1 (7)
Balls 6, Cut-off 69: David Mayne, Les Martin, Riddell U/13 Junior Girls
Victor Buttigieg, Anthony Moore, Rob Brown, Craig Rogers. Bacchus Marsh Cobras 3.4 (22) def Darley Devils 2.1 (13)
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club

Results - Round 13
Under 13s Open
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat North United Black (3).
Under 15s
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (2) drew Sebastopol Vikings (2)
Goals - Harry Barnes (1), Noah Simmons (1)
Bacchus Marsh Blue (2) def Ballarat North United Black (0)
Goals - Liam Hageman (1), Ethan Millson (1).
Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Buninyong (1).
Senior Womens Div. 1
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat North United (18).

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Freya Lidgett-Egan completed the 1500 metre course in
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finish 20th in 8:36.54 mins. Over the same distance Xavier
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course in 14:41.81 mins while Solomon Miesen was 18th for
the Boys Under 14 in a time of 12:08.61 mins. Daen Sadhai
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