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Tuesday 25 September, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 38

Bacchus Marsh Cobras Reserve Grade Premiers after last Saturday’s BFL Grand Final at Mars Stadium. Photo: Tim Saultry

Flag reserved for seconds

By Todd Whelan Point to reel in before the final siren. “I didn’t think we had it won until the final “Hats off to them, we are rapt.”
The win puts to bed last year’s Grand Final siren rang.” The win was just what the club needed after
The Bacchus Marsh Football Club had every disappointment, the relief clearly palpable as “(Rhys) McNay forward, (Dylan) Prozzo the senior group fell away in the second half
reason to celebrate long and hard at the the Cobras faithful stormed the ground post- through the midfield and (Kane) Dickson of the season.
weekend following their Reserve Grade’s match to embrace their boys in the sweet down back were huge for us.” BACCHUS MARSH 3.0-18 6.4-40 9.5-59
15-point win over East Point in last Saturday’s taste of victory. “We’ve been celebrating ever since; 12.6-78 def EAST POINT 0.4-4 2.5-17 5.7-
BFL Grand Final at Mars Stadium. It was a high standard of Reserve Grade the senior players have been enormous 37 9.9-63.
The Cobras led at every change to set up footy, with both teams having lost just two savouring the win with us,” he said. BACCHUS MARSH (GOALS) J. Powell 2,
the win, their first half the highlight, with a and a half games between them for the
Club President Adam Sutherland could not D. Prozzo, R. McNay, D. Bonnici 1, A. Sweet,
23-point advantage at the main break. season. Despite the two team’s dominance
have been more proud of the boys. E. Tibbles, M. Sutherland, S. Griffiths, T.
Minor Premiers East Point mounted their of the home and away rounds it would be
the Cobras who would have to overcome “The reserve boys’ contribution can never Castrigano.
third quarter comeback booting the opening
three goals of the term to get within a kick the under-dog tag, given the Kangaroos had be undersold,” he said. BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) R. McNay, D.
before a red card stalled their momentum. won their two earlier encounters comfortably “They are the corner stone of the culture Prozzo, A. Sweet, J. Powell, D. Bonnici, K.
The Cobras took advantage of the situation by 28 and 31-points. around the place, as they are with most clubs Dickson.
to steady with two late goals and were a Bacchus Marsh coach Rick Millar was getting around. The Bacchus Marsh and Darley Football/Netball
man up for the remainder of the match. The realistic about his chances going in to the “I could not be happier with the result Clubs will reunite at their annual Presentation
22-point lead at the final change would be game. especially when you consider the boys fell Night to be held this Friday September 28 at their
too much for the previously undefeated East “I was relatively confident”, he said. short on the same day the previous year. respective clubrooms.

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Towns a Burton is best,

and fairest
wee bit By Helen Tatchell

He has played for Bacchus

Marsh for the last three years
and polled 22 votes to take
out the prestigious senior
football Henderson medal at
the Ballarat Football League
Best and Fairest.
Daniel Burton a 2016 Bac-
Small towns are the links in the chain significantly lower levels of state and federal chus Marsh premiership
around Moorabool and all across the state. government grants funding. Compared player is just 23-years old
Mayor Paul Tatchell said Bungaree and with like municipalities funding and its and plays in the ruck for the
Wallace, with a sewer connection, hold the (Moorabools) position as a peri-urban region Cobras. He polled votes in
key to the social and economic viability of leaves no doubt as to why they shouldn’t,” only seven of 18 rounds, his
the areas. he said. first vote came in round six.
Identified as small towns with excellent Bungaree resident Kara Trigg said she Six of those rounds he polled
potential for growth due to their strategic supported the need for a sewer if that was the 3-votes and a 1-vote in round
locations in the vicinity of Ballarat and the best way to provide more land for residential 11.
Western Freeway, and their existing social and commercial use. Going in to the vote count
infrastructure such as schools and sporting “This is a great place to live and we want our Burton said he was very ex-
and community facilities, Bungaree and town to remain viable,” she said. cited but nervous for being a
Wallace are being constrained due to the lack “Too often we see small towns die due to chance.
of a reticulated sewer. people leaving and not returning. We don’t “During the whole vote
Both towns are subject to the Environmental want that to happen here. We want to keep count you never know what
Significant Overlay Schedule which protects our school, our footy and cricket teams – the umpire saw, despite how
potable water supply catchments. our community wants and deserves to be you think you played in
Moorabool Shire Mayor Paul Tatchell said those games,” he said.
supported,” she said.
this means without a sewer, the towns Sitting on 16 votes at Round
A recent report based on figures from the
simply cannot grow. 16, Burton did not poll for
Know Your Council* website showed that
the next three rounds.
“A sewer would not only protect the water a disproportionality low level of recurrent
catchments, it would also alleviate public “With two rounds remain-
government grants was costing Moorabool
ing I knew I played well
health risks associated with growth,” he Shire between $2.7 million and $4.1 million
against Sebastopol and Mel- Henderson Medal Winner Daniel Burton.
said. a year.
ton, I gave myself a chance. Photo Helen Tatchell
“Installing a sewer in these towns would These inadequate grants coupled with a
“At the start of the season
allow council to develop a plan for their comparatively low revenue base from rates Marsh footy club, they have “I will try and stay fit and
I thought I played well, but
future and rezone land for residential and and other municipal charges was putting made me feel very welcome not smash my knee up
didn’t get any votes, it is the
commercial use. Septic tanks are no longer a enormous financial pressure on the council in my three years and hope- again!”
way the umpire sees the
suitable option.” as it endeavoured to provide the necessary game,” Burton said. fully this (medal) is a bit of And finally, if Burton had
Moorabool Shire and Central Highlands infrastructure to service one of the fastest repayment.” to choose a favourite player
The last two rounds Burton
Water, which is responsible for sewer and growing populations in the state. The time now for Burton is at the club it would be Scott
polled three votes respec- Sherlock.
water in Bungaree and Wallace, are in the Mayor Paul Tatchell said it was frustrating tively to clinch the medal by to have a few weeks break
process of designing a low-pressure sewer and disheartening to see other municipalities from football. “Based on playing abil-
5-votes from Matt Denham
system for the towns. ity, he is the best footballer
receive a far greater proportion of (Melton) on 17-votes. “As much as I would have
I have ever played with; an
Both organisations have committed government revenue simply because they And what does the future loved to have been playing absolute jet. I like playing
substantial funds to the project with just fell within marginal electorates. hold? in the grand final last Sat- with all the boys though, it’s
over $3 million required in government “Council is advocating strongly for this Burton said he hoped he urday, it is a bit of a relief been a good year.”
funding to bring it to fruition. project and several other priority projects in still had a fair bit of air in his to now rest and recuperate, For all the netball and
Cr Tatchell said both the state and federal the lead up to the state and federal elections, tank. mentally and physically – football results from the
government should support this project. and we need to demand that both levels of “I hope I still have a few especially after 16 straight BFL Henderson Medal vote
“The shire’s rapid population growth, government meet their responsibilities to good years yet to go. I games, it takes a toll on your count please turn to Sport
more than the state or national average, has Moorabool.” genuinely love the Bacchus body. page 22.


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Liberal candidate for Buninyong Andrew Kilmartin with (L-R) Josh Mullane (BFNC
President), Billy Smith (Ballan Rec Reserve President), Chris Love (Ballan Bowling club)

Big bucks in the purse

and Sharren Mullane (BFNC). Photo – Helen Tatchell
Richard Biden (BSHS Sec.) outside the Ballan court house that will hold an Open Day
during History Week and relaunch their pictorial history book. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Helen Tatchell

The State election is still two-months away

supporting local sporting clubs by investing
in their facilities.
Book History Week in
An elected Liberal Nationals government By Carol Saffer $60-$90, purchasing a newly printed one
and the promises are now starting to roll in. will contribute $1 million towards the
With the masterplan in place and Stage 1 for $35 from the Historical Society could
upgrade of Ballan Recreation Reserve, As History Week approaches, Ballan Shire
nearing completion the Ballan Recreation allowing Stage 2 of the masterplan to be be considered a bargain that may possibly
Reserve will benefit from an announcement Historical Society is taking part by holding increase in value over future years.
of $1 million. an open day at the Ballan Court House in
President of the Reserve Billy Smith said the Visitors to the Court House will be treated to
Andrew Kilmartin is the Liberal Candidate funding was vital. Edols Street Ballan on Saturday 13 October
for Buninyong and made the pledge last a preview of the Historical Society’s display
“This pre-election funding announcement The Society’s secretary Richard Biden says
week at the recreation facility. for the RSL centenary commemoration of
will see Stage 2 become a reality and also they are hoping to re-launch their Pictorial
“The masterplan is done, and this is a shovel Armistice Day on 11th November.
enable us to attract other sources of funding,” History of the Shire of Ballan book on the
ready project and needs our support,” he
he said. day. The Society is providing an exhibition of
“Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell has been Stage 2 will include a demolished and Designed as a coffee-table book, originally photographs of Ballan Shire’s service men
hounding us relentlessly to get this done and rebuilt multi-purpose function facility and and women together with items from their
printed in 1988 as a Bicentennial project, it
we look forward to working with council on changerooms that are female friendly. 2015 Anzac Exhibition that, combined with
celebrates 150 years of Ballan’s settlement
this project, that has endless benefits to the “The second stage of the masterplan will
and development with images encompassing items from the Ballan Red Cross, the Ballan
community.” benefit all user groups,” Mr Smith said.
six 25-year periods up to 1988. CWA and the local schools, will be exhibited
Mr Kilmartin said country sporting clubs User groups at the recreation reserve
are the lifeblood of communities and include football, netball, tennis, lawn bowls, With second-hand copies of the original at the Ballan RSL from the 4th - 11th

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We are upgrading Bacchus Marsh Station as part of the Ballarat Line Upgrade.
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Big business pursue their quarry

By Helen Tatchell terhouse Cooper to report Mrs Smith said to loud ap-
on the demand for extractive plause from the crowd.
Sand is the new gold; and resources. “Someone needs to be tell-
Darley residents are not wel- “And there is quite a big de- ing us the truth and no doubt
coming the prospectors. mand coming up,” he said, you will give us a whole lot
Project Manager for Zhong amid jeers and scoffs from of economic reasoning, but
Yin Group Australia Pty the crowd.
Ltd, Andrew Helps said at money is NOT the only issue
Local Camerons Road resi- here,” she said.
a fiery public meeting, the
dent Moira Smith said her
two properties 48 Camer- The area that is proposed
home will be just 30 metres
ons Road and 222 Lerder- to be developed for the
from the proposed process-
derg Gorge Road were just sand quarry is currently
ing plant site boundary.
a proposal for a sand mine/ zoned rural/residential and
She told the meeting in a
quarry. farming.
prepared statement her hus-
“This is not a done deal. I
band and family have lived Mr Helps did not return an-
will make recommendations
on the property for the past swers to questions emailed
to the company’s directors
35-years. to him from The Moorabool
and that is why we are going
through this consultation “There are strict zoning re- News at the time of going to
process,” he said. strictions on us as land own- print.
ers including buffer zones
Over 120 people packed the 106 truck movements per day
NOT HAPPY – Moira Smith’s family home is just 30 metres from the proposed boundary of to the state forest and water
Bacchus Marsh Golf Club as
the processing plant site. Photo – Helen Tatchell courses. multiplied by operating six
Mr Helps revealed a pres-
bool Shire Council planning “This sand mine is virtually site with a proposed pit tak- “It has always been con- days per week equates to 656
entation that showed there
would be 53 truck move- department, a claim denied in our backyard,” one per- ing up most of that site.” sidered a designated envi- loads (30-ton per load) per
ments per day with each by Mayor Paul Tatchell. son proclaimed. Mr Helps tried in vain to ronmental area. It is also a week and over a whopping
carting a 30-ton load travel- “To date, there has been no There are also rumours the address the crowd, who corridor for koalas, a place 33,000 per annum, that adds
ling on Lerderderg Gorge communication with Coun- mine will be built on part of were very hot under the col- of varied wildlife and hun- up to 165,000 tons of sand in
Road and exiting onto Gis- cil officers regarding this a 500-metre buffer zone and lar by this stage, that there dreds of birds, and our beau- one year. The mine is alleged
borne Road. proposal. a conservation zone. is a “cost advantage (for the tiful yellow box gums and to have a 20-year life span.
“That is only one way. “Council has not received a “There are two sites that sand) from the inner west local wattles. All on a road that has local
The trucks will come back planning permit application share a joint boundary. 40ha rather than carting from the “Our beautiful land that we school children catching the
empty, so the actual number from Zhong Yin Group Aus- is within a special use buffer Bass Coast at the moment.” have worked for 35-years to bus, tourists and visitors to
is 106 truck movements per tralia,” he said. zone and entry and exit “The growth areas are here look after; to love it for the the watering hole and picnic
day,” said one man in the The crowd were not inter- will be from the Lerderderg (Moorabool), Melton and beautiful Australian envi-
area at the end of Lerderderg
crowd. ested in the presentation and Gorge Road gateway,” Mr Wyndham. Quite a lot of ronment that it is.
Gorge Road, and community
Mr Helps also told the meet- had more questions than Mr Helps said. projection there,” he said. “I for one do not want to see
members who reside on the
ing that he had met and had Helps could satisfy with an “The processing plant will Mr Helps said the State gov- it raped and ruined for prag-
same such road.
discussions with the Moora- answer. be on the Camerons Road ernment engaged Price Wa- matic and monetary gain,”


Building The Education State

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

Works include constructing a new Year 9 Centre with a focus on science,

technology, engineering and maths; a Materials Technology Centre; and
upgrades to the school's trade building. BALLARAT LINE UPGRADE
These new facilities will support the work of our fantastic teachers,

providing students with the facilities they need to achieve their best. While works on the Ballarat Line Upgrade continue,
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Crafting the Lost and Found

town red
By Carol Saffer
‘Billie Rose’ Female Bull ‘Minou’ Female Kelpie ‘Blue’ Male Heeler cross
The small Scottish sea-side Arab cross Tri cross Black and White blue approximately 12
village of Aberlady adorned approximately 7 months. approximately 9 years. months. Available for
their parish church on Re- Available for Adoption Available for Adoption Adoption
membrance Day last year
with a stunning cascade of
more than 6,000 knitted and
crocheted poppies.
Ballan and District CWA
branch members Val Theo-
dore, 48, and her 74-year-
old mum Alison Stewart,
inspired by photos sent by
their family who live in
Aberlady and helped create ‘Bruno’ Male Staffordshire ‘Chuck’ Male Staffordshire ‘Pepper’ Domestic Short
the display, have a vision to cross Black and White Black and White Hair Tabby approximately 2
create a similar tribute in- approximately 2 years. approximately 8 years. years. Available for
stalling handcrafted textile Available for Adoption Available for Adoption Adoption
poppy installations around
Mrs Theodore said it would
be nice if we could do some-
thing [like this]. “Originally
mum and I thought we
would just knit some pop-
pies and create a wreath. My
grandfather served in the
Second World War. I lost my ‘Salt’ Domestic Short Hair ‘Remi’ Female Staghound Found in Coimadai: Male
great grandfather in WWI.” Tabby approximately 2 years. cross White and Brindle. Domestic Long Hair Silver
She successfully pitched Available for Adoption Available for Adoption
the idea to her fellow CWA
Ballan CWA members and avid knitters Val Theodore and Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with impounded animals on Council’s
branch members who in mother Alison Stewart with more poppies for Remembrance
partnership with Ballan Pet Adoption Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption. (MSC DAB 2016-003)
Day. Photo – Helen Tatchell For more information contact Council Customer Service on 5366 7100.
RSL are inviting the local

Sport is a hit
community to join them in can walk down the main a knitting pattern for a full
remembering the special street when the installa- ribbed poppy.
significance of this year’s tion is up and really feel an “Everybody is getting ex-
November 11 Remembrance attachment to the commu- cited,” MsTheodore said.
Day, marking the centenary nity,” she said. There is a suggestion other By Meg Kennedy
of the Armistice ending the Pupils at St Brigid’s and Bal- buildings and areas in Bal-
First World War, by knitting, lan Primary Schools togeth- lan could also be adorned if Elaine resident Russell Ford (pictured right)
crocheting or crafting red er with St Patrick’s Primary there is an over-abundance was awarded over 20-years of service with
poppies for the display. School in Gordon are also of crafted poppies. the Elaine Tennis Club earlier this month,
The Ballan post office is excited to be involved in the “We will all be able to sit which was presented by Tennis Victoria
the site for the installation project. back with a little bit of pride representative Andrew Cronin (pictured left).
of handcrafted poppies cas- The Bacchus Marsh RSL on Remembrance Day,” Ms Mr Ford, who has been a member of the
cading down the front of the Women’s Auxiliary donated Theodore said. club since the early 70s, says it was “a bit of a
building. their 50 surplus poppies, At the time of going to print surprise” to receive the award for service to
The minimum target for from the wreathes created the poppy count stands at the club, which he had been playing at since
poppies is 2000. to celebrate the 100th anni- 840. he was a kid.
However, Ms Theodore said versary of the first planting For more information con- On why he keeps coming back to the game,
the more poppies they get of the Avenue of Honour, to tact Ballan & District CWA the reason is simple – “I just like playing
the more installations they the project. branch online or facebook or tennis”, said Mr Russell.
can do. The Ballan Farmers’ Market join them on the third Thurs- He says the club not only “gives a focus” on
“The aim is for anyone who is behind the project giv- day of each month at the Bal- the small town, but also on the young kids
contributes, even one poppy, ing out flyers, printed with lan RSL, 7pm. who are members of the club.

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Tuesday 9th October 2018 - 10.00am to 1.00pm

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Come in and try our Curry Laksa with

Short Latte 505kJ Iced Long Black 0kJ
Tall Latte 628kJ Iced Latte 434kJ

mates or a break from

Piccolo Latte 160kJ Original Iced Coffee 3215kJ
Cappuccino 566kJ Also available as Chocolate, Mocha,
Caramel, Vanilla or Strawberry
Flat White 519kJ
Dairy Frappés 1763kJ
Short Black 0kJ
Espresso, Mocha, Crème Caramel
Long Black 0kJ

Rice Noodles or Stir Fry Chicken with Oyster Sauce

or Strawberries and Cream
Ristretto 0kJ Fruit Frappés 1452kJ
Macchiato 40kJ Mango or Mixed Berry and Mint

Chai Latte 984kJ Spliced Fruit Frappé 2121kJ

shopping, we have
Fruit frappé blended with ice cream
Hot Chocolate 1027kJ
Vienna 1314kJ Smoothies 1816kJ
Banana and Honey, Mango and Passionfruit,
Hot Mocha 807kJ or our Breakfast Smoothie with Banana,


Affogato 669kJ Mixed Berries, Oats and Honey

Classic Milkshakes 2517kJ

tea Chocolate, Mocha, Caramel, Vanilla,

• Traditional
Strawberry, Banana, Lime or Malt
English Breakfast 53kJ
Thickshakes 4257kJ

you covered.
Earl Grey 53kJ
Chocolate, Mocha, Caramel, Vanilla,
Peppermint 0kJ Strawberry, Banana, Lime or Malt
Chamomile 0kJ Juice (By the Glass) 588kJ
Chai 638kJ Orange, Apple, Pineapple or Tropical

Green with Jasmine 0kJ Soft Drinks 640kJ

Rooibos Herbal Infusion 0kJ Coca-Cola Classic, Coca-Cola Diet,
Coca-Cola No Sugar, Sprite, Lift or Fanta

• Chinese Pancakes
& Cafes• Meal Deals available
Extras Spider 1309kJ
Coca-Cola Classic, Fanta, Sprite or Lift

Extra Shot 0kJ
Ginger Beer 649kJ
Soy Milk 287kJ
Mount Franklin 13kJ
Lactose Free Milk 452kJ
Flavoured Sparkling Water
Lactose free milk may contain, or come in
Lemon, Lime or Wild Berry
contact with, lactose during preparation.
Syrup 176kJ Still Spring Water 0kJ
Mug 333kJ Mount Franklin Sparkling Water 0kJ
Decaf 0kJ Iced Tea (By the Bottle) 128kJ
Ice Cream (Spliced) 669kJ Angostura Lemon, Lime & Bitters 675kJ

Kiosk 4, The Village Ph 0415 066 685 Open 7 Days – The Village Bacchus Marsh
The average adult daily energy intake is 8700kJ.
A surcharge of 15% applies on public holidays.
Nutritional information is based on the average standard product and is correct as at time of
printing. Natural variations may result in some deviations. Further, all meals may contain and/or
come in contact with various allergens including (without limitation) nuts, seafood, gluten and
dairy products. For a full allergen list and nutritional details, please visit www.coffeeclub.com.au MAY 2017

Cafe Restaurant
Vietnamese Cuisine
• BYO and Full Licence Sandwich Chefs® are one of longest
serving Australian owned franchises.
Now Open
• Dine in or Take Away at Bacchus Marsh Village Shopping Centre
• Catering • Home Delivery Our chefs lovingly make each meal Kiosk 3 (Opposite Coles)
to order – just the way you like it. Opening Hours
Mon 11am-3pm, Tues-Sat 11am-9pm
OUR STORY Monday - Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Ph 5300 4642 Mob 0426 240 456 Thursday - Friday 8:00am - 6:30pm
Thirty years ago, three mates walked
Shop 25, The Village Shopping Centre Saturday - Sunday 8:00am - 5:30pm
into a Sandwich Bar. Driven by the
desire to make the kind of sandwiches
Mytech are your local • Giftware • Baby section
people can’t make at home, they • Linen - All bed sizes Shop 56,
Computer experts embarked on a delicious partnership • Beds • Prints/Mirrors The Village,
that focused on making sandwiches • Interior and Exterior Bacchus Marsh
properly. House Decor Ph: 5367 8754
Today, this means ensuring that each KIDS QUILT
Sandwich Chefs® store is able to SETS $49.95
source freshly baked artisan bread, ALL OTHER
164 Main St, Bacchus Marsh has fresh local produce delivered daily,
30% OFF
facebook.com/mytechvic Ph: 5370 1112 and makes as many fresh fillings from
scratch including our 14-hour slow-
roasted beef and crackling pork.
Shop 56a, The Village Bacchus Marsh
Advertise Here
Comfort & Fashion Footwear
Phone 5367 8683
Spring New Arrivals
Phone Moira TO
Bags, Shoes, Sandals
0448 918 665
Shop 42, The Village Bacchus Marsh. PH: 0491 117 619
Shop 42, The Village Bacchus Marsh. PH: 0491 117 619
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Rollercoaster Send an ‘old fashioned’ message

crime stats By Carol Saffer

In these times of Instagram and

By Meg Kennedy
Facebook posts the Rotary Club
of Bacchus Marsh is testing the
Although new statistics show that
hard-copy nostalgia market
overall crime has dropped in Moorabool
selling a six-pack of ‘Bacchus
since last June, assault and drug-related Marsh Days Gone By’ postcards
offences have risen. to raise funding for community
Data from the Victorian Crime Statistics youth projects.
Agency, released last Thursday, has Teaming up with Rotary, local
recorded a decrease in overall criminal business What Knot’s Picture
incidences in Moorabool; with numbers Framing owner Steve Hicks
dropping to 1,748 incidents in 2018, prints the cards and Pete Drever
compared to 2,012 last year. sells the cards for $14 a packet in
Overall crime may be down, but a slight his Bacchus Marsh Authorised
Newsagency on Main Street.
increase in assault and related crimes
has risen from 188 to 192 incidents, and Rotary Club member Alan
Morton says while sales of the six-
sexual offences from 48 to 50 incidents.
pack black and white postcards
Family related incidents in Moorabool over the past three months has
have demonstrated a 2.7 per cent rise, been slow, packs of colour cards
from 475 to 488 incidents attended by are on the way in a bid to increase
police. sales.
Drug use and possession may have had Mr Morton says “in this age with
a stark rise from 31 to 47 incidents, but digital phones and Facebook and
Moorabool Inspector Brendan McCrory Instagram everything is instant.
says this is the result of police making It is probably going to be a hard
more “proactive arrests” of alleged thing to push.”
offenders. “In reality [they] probably won’t
be mega sellers.
Property and deceptions offences Raelean shows off the fundraising postcards, that also feature equine great Phar Lap. The cards are
remain the most prevalent incidents “Rotary at this stage is testing available at the Bacchus Marsh Newsagency. Photo Helen Tatchell
the market using the advantage
in Moorabool, with 1,066 incidents Mr Morton said What Knot’s can mega it will go towards projects Canberra National University as
of modern printing technology
recorded in 2018. print just one card if necessary. that in general give local youth well as a week-long residential
having no minimum print runs,”
Moorabool joins the rest of Victoria he said. “Steve is printing small amounts access to training or education to personal development program
in the decrease of crime, with the Mr Drever says Rotary and of the card pack at the moment to develop better life skills. for young people aged 18 to 25
number of criminal incidents state-wide Mr Hicks have done a great job see whether or not [the idea] has “This could be supporting local years,” Mr Morton said.
dropping by 5.6 per cent to 383,100 in the printing and presenting the any traction.” students on overseas exchange The post cards make ideal gifts,
last 12 months, the lowest number since postcards with visitors to the While the money raised from the programs or sending them with Christmas just around the
June 2015. town their main customers. sales of the postcards may not be to Summer Science School at corner.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 3 October, Council is working on a special initiative for White Ribbon Day – the international
2018 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. day for the elimination of violence against women, which is on 23 November 2018.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. As part of the actions for the Health and Wellbeing plan, the Prevention of Violence and
Injury working group are undertaking a white ribbon initiative – Crafting for a Cause.
2017/18 MOORABOOL SHIRE COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT The aim of this is to knit/crochet white rectangles to be stitched together making the
Moorabool Shire Council has prepared its 2017/18 Annual Report and will receive it longest white ribbon, which will be used to spearhead an event (yet to be confirmed)
at the next Ordinary Meeting of Council on Wednesday 3 October 2018, in the on White Ribbon Day. This is a community event that will be promoted through
Council Chambers, 5 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. various partners that make up the Health and Wellbeing Advisory Committee.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. This is a call out for community members to help and participate where you can! If
Subject to Council’s approval of the 2017/18 Annual Report, the report will be available you would like to join in/help please see the guidelines below:
for inspection at Council’s offices: 15 Stead St, Ballan; 182 Halletts Way, Darley; 215 • White 8ply yarn (wool/acrylic).
Main St, Bacchus Marsh; and online at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. • 25cm across
• 40cm or 100cm high
• Knitting = garter stitch
• Crochet = treble (UK)
Do you know an outstanding Moorabool resident worthy of being recognised on
Drop off points for the yarns/rectangles are the three customer service points at
Australia Day?
Darley, the library and Ballan and the Lerderderg and Ballan libraries.
Nominations are now open for our Australia Day Awards.
After White Ribbon Day, the rectangles will be restitched together to make blankets/
• Australia Day Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30 throws for women and children fleeing from family violence.
years or older on 26 January next year.
If you have any further queries please contact our Community and Recreation
• Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must
Development team on 5366 7100.
be 30 years or younger on 26 January next year.
• Community Event of the Year – presented to the person or group who has
staged the most outstanding community event during the year. Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
If you would like to recognise an outstanding resident or an outstanding community
Tender Number Tender Description
event, simply download a form from our website (www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/my-
council/australian-citizenship-ceremony) or pick up a form from one of our Customer C15 – 2018/2019 Supply and delivery of one (1) Pneumatic Tyred Roller
Service Centres. Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 22
Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of September 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.
business Friday 16 November, 2018.

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

Ballan Playgroup
ADULT EDUCATION Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 905 558 Tamsin.  Service Times - St John’s Ballan 1st & 3rd Sundays -
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service. Service
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Times - St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays –
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 5pm. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. 
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Ballan Uniting Church
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Ballan Anglers Inc (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. B3 Community
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 0400 003 936.
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bacchus Marsh.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome.
u3abacchus.org.au Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Enquiries - 0400 052 857.
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
MEETINGS Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, Enq - 0421 222 717. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
& 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Church of the Living God
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
com Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
The Pottery Group MARKETS Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Ballan Lions Club Market Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Next market – Saturday 6 October 2018 Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Darley Market KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Saturday 6 October, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group 145 (Alan). Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Ballan Farmers Market - Next Market – Saturday 13 October, in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm –
9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh.
Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.

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Graphic DesignCloud Automation for business Marmoset
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24/07/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh HR – Managing staff and all things HR Key Business Advisors
2/8/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus marsh Retail Maths – what figures should your business know? Retail Fundamentals

16/8/18 6-7pm Bacchus Marsh Give Google what they want – optimizing your ‘Google My Business’ Account Marmoset
Bacchus Marsh
Bacchus Marsh POST
Government Incentives for Employers looking to take the next step in growing their business
& Procedure Manuals
Budgeting for small business
Franchise Connections
13/9/18 6-7pm Bacchus Marsh Using pics and videos as part of your business Webyte Web Design
DATE 6-7.30pm
Franchise Connections
25/9/18 6-7pm
6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Government
Customer Incentives
Service for Employers
for every business looking to take the next step in growing their business Key Matchworks
Business Advisors
2/10/18 6-7pm
6-8pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Cloud Automation
Tender writing for Business Marmoset University
11/10/18 6-7pm
6-8pm Ballan Marsh
Bacchus DIY digitalyour
Preparing Marketing Strategiesbusiness
retail/hospitality for Small
Xmas Webyte Web
William Angliss Design
18/10/18 6-7pm
6-8pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan How to crush
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25/10/18 6-7pm
6-7PM Ballan Give Google Incentives
Government what they want – optimizing
for Employers yourto
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take theMy Business’
next Accounttheir business
step in growing Marmoset
1/11/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Part 1 in series
Building a business – the importance
The Ultimate Behavioural Profilingloyalty
of customer System– Intro to the 4 types of Ultimate
Retail Leadership
8/11/18 6-7pm Ballan clients/customers
Liquor licencing andthatRSA’s
you have OnTap Liquor
26/4/18 6-7pm Ballan Government Incentives for Employers looking to take the next step in growing their business Matchworks
14/11/18 6-7.30pm
6-8pm Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Marketing 101 The Ultimate Behavioural Profiling System – Getting to know the type who
Part 2 in series Ultimate Leadership
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22/11/18 6-7PM Bacchus Marsh wants to
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– the Accountable
10/5/18 6-7.30pm Ballan Financial Planning for small business Accountable
29/11/18 6-7.30pm Bacchus Marsh Promoting your retail/hospitality business in 2019 Accountants
William Angliss
16/5/18 6-7.30pm Ballan Part 3 in series The Ultimate Behavioural Profiling System – Getting to know the type who Ultimate Leadership
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Everything horse and more

Equitana or horsey heaven, the biggest equine extravaganza
in the Southern Hemisphere, is returning to Melbourne later
this year - and you could be in the running to win tickets.
The equine event will return to the Melbourne Showgrounds
during the weekend of 15-18 November, and is set to bring a
spectacle in celebration of Equitana’s 20th Anniversary; from
Australian illusionist Sam Powers performing “Australia’s
first equine illusion”; to Dan Steers and Dan James of ‘Double
Dan Horsemanship’ performing a show full of trick riding,
horsemanship and comedy; and David Manchon, the
star “Australian Outback Spectacular” and “The Rooftop
Express”, debuting some of his new show with horsemanship
and showmanship skills.

Walking for a cure

Other events include a horsemanship masterclass held Brett Williams before setting out on his walk. Photo submitted
by American reining legend Stacy Westfall, presenting her
only demonstration outside of the United States; as well as
competitions including showjumping, dressage, reining
and barrel-racing events, and the final round of the IRT All-
By Helen Tatchell “A friend told me about Faith Brewer, a young lady
Star ‘The Way of The Horse’, where four wild horses will be diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She will motivate me
trained and presented for the finale on Sunday evening. There is actually something quite important happening on to put one foot in front of the other on this journey,” he said.
Plus, lots and lots of trade stalls and free demonstrations. the AFL Grand Final day, and it isn’t the obvious. Mr Wiliams has three good pair of walking shoes packed
Tickets start from just $55 for General Admission and all Brett Williams from Bacchus Marsh has started (Thursday and is expected to walk an average of 50km per day.
tickets are on sale now. For a list of all events and more 20 September) walking from Wodonga, raising money for the “I’ve trained hard for this and every second weekend I
information, go to the website at equitana.com.au Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, and is scheduled to arrive at would walk 35km each day and started my training in late
Maddingley Park on Saturday 29 September. February.


The amount raised so far is over $12,500 and was boosted “I cannot begin to express how overwhelmed I am with the
with a donation from the local Lions Club of Bacchus Marsh. community support. Too many people to thank including
“Brett’s father is a member of Strathmerton Lions Club the Lions clubs for the accommodation; All Press printing for
The Moorabool News is giving away 10 and Brett approached us seeking support,” said President the flyers and BM U-hire for the donation of a Kia Carnival
single tickets to the event (valued at $550) Bacchus Marsh Lion Ralph Fletcher. vehicle for the 10-days.”
with passes able to be used on any day of “As per his schedule we have been able to get support from On Grand Final Day Mr Williams will enter Bacchus Marsh
the event.Simply go to the Moorabool News local Lions Clubs offering accommodation for Brett and his through the Avenue of Honour, Main Street into Grant
team on route. Street and make his way down to Maddingley Park for an
facebook page, like the page, share the page
“Our club donated $500 and we look forward to his arrival approximate arrival time of 12.30pm.
and comment Equitana. All winners will be this week,” Mr Fletcher said. If you would like to donate or sponsor the cause, please
notified with the reader giveaway closing on Mr Williams said a close relative had just gone through contact Cure for Brain Cancer Foundation or email Brett
Tuesday 2 October, 5pm. brain cancer with five months of chemotherapy and is now Williams on bawilliams5@bigpond.com for further
in remission and doing well. information.


RTO 5064
This course provides an introduction and insight into working This course provides an introduction and insight into working This course provides you with basic skills to create small floral
within aged care or home and community care services. Ideal within children’s services. Ideal for those wishing to commence an arrangements and gives you a taste of the things to come if you
for those wishing to commence an accredited course and accredited course and would like to know more first, or those just wish to build on your skills and enrol in the Certificate II in
would like to know more first, or those just wanting a basic wanting a basic understanding. (Note: This course is a requirement for Floristry to gain a qualification. Students will take home an
understanding. (Note: Successful completion of this course those wishing to apply for a funded place in the Certificate III arrangement they have created after each class.
guarantees a place in our Certificate III in Individual Support class for qualification – funded places are limited). 10th October 2018
those wishing to progress further). 30 October to 20 November
th th
Wednesdays & 1 Monday (15/10)
19th October to 2nd November Tuesdays, 9am 3pm (3 sessions) $50 9am to 2.30pm, (5 Sessions) $50
Fridays, 9am to 3pm (3 sessions) $50 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Successfully completing this qualification will provide an Completion of this qualification will enable you to work as an This is an entry-level qualification for those wanting to work in
opportunity to gain employment in an aged care facility or assistant in an early childhood education and care centre. You the floristry industry as an assistant and who wish to explore
home and community care environment. This is the entry- will also require this qualification if you wish to carry out family their creativity in floral art for all occasions. It is a pathway to
level requirement for working with the aged day care. Successful completion gives you credit of 12 units for further education or employment.
7th Nov 2018 the Diploma course – FUNDED PLACES ARE LIMITED
Wednesdays & Fridays 27th November, 2018 14th November 2018
9am to 3pm Tuesdays, 9am to 3pm Mondays, 9am – 3pm

A pre-enrolment interview is a requirement for all Nationally Recognised Training. You may be able to access a government subsidised training place if you meet eligibility criteria.
Nationally recognised training at the Bacchus Marsh Community College is delivered with funding made available by the Victorian & Commonwealth Governments.


This course is designed to give students confidence Beginners Computers Manual Book Keeping  Rooms / Offices available
to use English and Numeracy in everyday life MS Word Introduction to MYOB  Electronic Whiteboard / data projector
situations. Excel Intro to Small Business  Kitchen facilities
Includes - First Aid / CPR COMPETITIVE RATES
 completing employment aptitude tests Basic Office & Administrative
 basic maths and money handling skills Call the office for more information or
Mobile Devices
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Basic Food Hygiene
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RSA courses
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Residential Tenancies Bill

Gil King, Chief Executive Officer, REIV decline in Regional Victoria over the last
15 years and are now at an all-time low of
The Residential Tenancies Bill 2018 (RTA) 1.5 per cent (compared with 2.3 per cent in
passed the Parliament on 6 September 2018. July 2017 and the current metropolitan rate
At this point we do not know when the Bill of 1.9 per cent). There are fears that the RTA
will come into effect. Real estate profession- 2018 will make it too hard and too risky for
als, property owners and renters in Regional landlords to rent their properties out which
Victoria should be aware that the current could further constrain this already tight
Residential Tenancies Act 1997 remains in rental market.
place for the foreseeable future. The changes contained in the yet to be pro-
The Victorian Government has declared claimed RTA 2018 include:
there will be a period of consultation around
- Tenants can bring pets onto a landlord’s
the regulations which will sit alongside
property without consent and the landlord
the RTA 2018 and that could take up to 18
has 14 days to take the tenants to VCAT;
- Tenants can make prescribed modifications
The REIV will continue to advocate on be-
to property without the landlord’s consent;
half of our members and their clients to en-
sure the regulations are workable and will - Landlords must upgrade all appliances to
Lifestyle Property Just One Hour to Melbourne be an active and vocal participant in this meet energy efficiency standards;
consultation process. - Tenants will have up to five (previously
The REIV campaigned strongly against el- three) opportunities to bring late payment
572 Blackswamp Road, Bullarook of rent up to date and,
ements of the legislation which swing the
This outstanding updated four bedroom residence ‘Merrick’ with rich volcanic soil, mature pendulum of rights overwhelmingly over to - The 120 day ‘No reason’ Notice to vacate,
trees, shrubs and springtime flowers, provides an immaculate property with excellent renters. where the landlord wants their own prop-
ground cover, a reliable stock and domestic bore that supplies crystal clear water to 2 large
It is in everyone’s interests – renters, inves- erty back for a reason not specified in the
water tanks and enough land for a pony or two. Resting on an exceptional slice of land with
tors, agents and government – that we have legislation, has been removed.
a games/work shop studio, a large carport, lock up garage plus a further skillion three bay
a system that is fair, balanced and practical. For more detailed information, please see
shed; this immaculate property will be a popular choice, especially with only a 15 minute
drive to Ballarat. Vendors are looking for a long settlement. Rental vacancy rates have continued to the RTA Review section of the REIV website.
Korobeit/Greendale Districts 3 Lots Available
Price: $655,000 to $695,000
Korobeit/Greendale Districts 3 Lots Available Korobeit/Greendale Districts 3 Lots Available 97ha (240 ac) in total Super

These a
Superb Farming & Lifestyle Opportunities - 3 Lots Super

2 2
These attractive and well positioned properties are in magnificent rural setting just near the townships of These
Lot 1 -a
Myrniong and Greendale, to be offered in 3 separate lots: Myrnio
- Seale
Pentland Hills "Myrtlebrae" 33 Smiths Lane 120 acres (48ha) approx.
Lot 1 - 102.5 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit Lot 1-

- Lovel
- Sealed road frontage, power running along (not connected) - Seale

- Lovely undulating block, some flatter country on roadside end, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access

- Potential ideal building site (STCA) - Poten
Lot 2 - 51.4 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit Lot
- One2 -c
- Located directly beside Lot 1 - Locat

- One catchment dam, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access -Lot
3 -c

- Potential ideal building sites (STCA) - Poten
On ed
Lot 3 - 85.9 acres - Korobeit Road and Lawson Lane, Greendale Lot 3-
- Stony

3 3
- On edge of Greendale township, approx. one third clear area, remainder covered in native bushland - On ed
- Stony Hut creek on eastern boundary - Stony
- Several elevated potential building sites with magnificent views (STCA), application for permit pending -Auctio
Korobeit/Greendale Districts 3 Lots Available 97ha (240 ac) in total Saturda
Auction Adrian Smith
View b
Brilliant Farming/Lifestyle Opportunity
Superb Farming
SaturdayAuction & Lifestyle
20th October, Opportunities
11.00am (Myrniong Hall) - 3MLots
0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030 Saturda

Set in a tranquil and private location and with lovely valley view'sView
towardsby appointment
These attractive and well positioned properties are in magnificent
Saturday 2nd June, 11.00am - onsite rural setting just near the townships of View b
Melbourne is this stunning farming/lifestyle opportunity which offers a Deposit: 10% adrian.smith@landmark.com.au
Myrniong and Greendale, to be offered in 3 separate lots: Landmark Ballarat
multiple of possibilities. The property has the added benefit of a secluded
Settlement: 60/90 days
View by appointment
28m x 12m Barn Style Shed/Warehouse/Office (constructed 2010) with
Lot 1 - 102.5 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit
power connected, 18 squares of office space, a modern and fully equipped
- Sealed road frontage, power running along (not connected)
kitchen, separate study and workshop area and bathroom/toilet facilities.
Stairs lead to 2 further rooms on a mezzanine floor with ample storage.

- Lovely undulating block, some flatter country on roadside end, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access
The superb undulating country is divided into 10 main paddocks with
electric fencing in place, and the spring-fed watercourse meandering
- Potential ideal building site (STCA)
through offers a great water supply for livestock, also with 250,000lt
drinking water storage tank. Lot 2 - 51.4 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit
- Located
This is a rare opportunity for business and farm use, equine, recreation or directly
Adrian Smithbeside Lot 1
land banking.
- One catchment dam, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access
M 0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030
- PotentialLandmark
building sites (STCA)
Lot 3 - 85.9 acres - Korobeit Road and Lawson Lane, Greendale

- On edge of Greendale township, approx. one third clear area, remainder covered in native bushland
- Stony Hut creek on eastern boundary
- Several elevated potential building sites with magnificent views (STCA), application for permit pending
Agent: Chris Leonard
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 0409 0409 23 Saturday 20th October, 11.00am (Myrniong Hall)
Adrian Smith
M 0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au View by appointment adrian.smith@landmark.com.au
www.landmarkharcourts.com.au/LTB2798 Landmark Ballarat
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Welcoming Stephen Mulquiney to

YPA BacchusOUR
With years of sales experience, Stephen prides himself on his strong customer service ethics
and quality of customer satisfaction. Passion, enthusiasm and marketing expertise, coupled
with his extensive local knowledge, has enabled him to build lifelong relationships with his

YPA Bacchus Marsh

With years
sales experience,
and pride in myStephen
work sees thatprides himself
I strive for on his
the best results strong customer
says Stephen.
ethics and quality of customer satisfaction. Passion, enthusiasm and
motivated to grow his career in real estate, Stephen says, “Becoming a part of the
team atexpertise, coupled
YPA Bacchus Marsh with
I am learning fromhis
the extensive
best agency in thelocal knowledge,
area and confident I has enabled
will make them and my clientele proud.”
him to build lifelong relationships with his clients.
Passionate and pragmatic, Stephen is a committed enthusiast, whose aim is to continue to
outstanding results forand pride
his clients, within my work
unwavering focussees that
and drive, I strive
he doesn’t be- for the best

resultslieve in short cuts or half measures.
possible” says Stephen.
Away from his work, Stephen enjoys building and restoring cars, as well as building comput-
motivated to grow his career in real estate, Stephen says, “Becoming a
part of the team at YPA Bacchus Marsh I am learning from the best agency in the
area and confident I will make them and my clientele proud.”
E: stephenm@ypa.com.au
Passionate and pragmatic, Stephen is a committed enthusiast, whose aim is
M: 0437 521 123
to continue to achieve outstanding results for his clients, with unwavering
focus and drive, he doesn’t believe in shortcuts or half measures.
Away from his work, Stephen enjoys building and restoring cars,

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

as well as building computers.
E: stephenm@ypa.com.au
M: 0437 521 123
Stephen Mulquiney - Sales Consultant ypa.com.au
Darley 6 Banadell Avenue 4 2 3

Incredible Home, Spectacular Views!

Stunning views surrounding the picture-perfect Lerderderg State Park, native
Australia is at your doorstep! ‘The Eagleview’ is a rare, unique real estate
opportunity, displaying an impressive blend of home living and complete
privacy, the generous proportions of this home make for a sensational family
domain on an impressive and rare 4875m2 (approx.) block. This perfect home
offers glamorous ambience throughout making this fantastic value for your
money. Comprising of four generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, master
bedroom with large walk in robe and full ensuite.

Private Sale $799,000 - $849,000

Inspect By appointment
Photo ID required
Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892

Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate

AUCTION 18 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Young Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 2

Magnificent Neighbourhood Park The Car and Walk to Everything!

One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home This fantastic as new home is literally right in the heart of town. The 3
with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing sunroom. spacious bedrooms all offer BIRs, 11ft ceilings & ceiling fans, central
Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block bathroom boasts a fantastic free standing bath, large shower & vanity.
within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools. Ducted heating and reverse cycle split system a/c in the main living
Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately room. Large covered rear deck which overlooks landscaped backyard.
766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA). Corner block, carport for 2 cars.
INSPECT Saturday 29th September 10.00-10.30am INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 6th October 11.00am FOR SALE $575,000-$595,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au NEW LISTING CONTACT
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 2/38 Gaynor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
Location, Location, Location! 4 2 16
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to secure this very well located flat Unique Gem In The Heart of Town
block of land within walking distance to the Railway Station,
Maddingley Park, Grammar School and Secondary College. In a court Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4
location there is no through traffic in this quiet neighbourhood. bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to
Approximately 411m2 you have the privacy of a rear block but with the 15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the
bonus of rear lane access should you desire, and you can design your best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD.
dream home to suit.

By appointment
By appointment
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 62 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1 Ethan Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 2 2

Unique Development Opportunity Great Value! 3 Bedrooms! Corner Block! – New

3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 900sqm block with plans & permits Immaculately presented 3 bedroom family home located on 649m²
for 2 x 6 star energy rated, 2 bedroom, one bathroom, single garage corner allotment, easy access to schools, shops, freeway & station.
units to the rear. Generate a rental income from the house while you Master bedroom with full ens & walk through robe, remaining bedrooms
develop the rear. House currently returning $16,640pa & flexible have BIRs, central bathroom & separate W/C. The kitchen/meals area

settlement terms are available. Visit our website today for full plans, has floating timber floors & adjoins a large carpeted living area leading
soil tests, rental appraisals, Section 32. out to a secure, shaded outdoor entertainment area.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000 FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley FOR SALE 143 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 1

Privacy At Its Best

Located in Underbank Estate just 5 minutes from Main Street is this
beautifully designed family home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
& 3 toilets. Downstairs presents elite comfortable living from the
designer kitchen to the temperature controlled pool & spa. Elevated
setting, commanding spectacular views, 50 metres from bus stop.

INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE Contact agent
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
Factories 1 & 15 Under Contract WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Factories 4, 7, 11 On Hold FOR SALE 4 Miles Court, Bacchus Marsh

3 2 2
This Is A Rare Opportunity!
Finding a block of land to build your dream home on is difficult, but
Rutherford Business Park finding a block this size and in this location is even more difficult.
Ranging in various sizes from 150m to 218m , these innovative designs offer: Three phase power. A collection of versatile
2 2
Magnificent 900m2 block of land surrounded by tightly held
workspaces in a bespoke gated development ideal for small businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s & Investors. Architecturally designed. established homes just 1km from the Main Street. In a quiet Court
Lofty clear span warehouse. Loading bays. Container height rollerdoors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security. Electronic location, have a look at this block with your builder and imagine the
security gates. On site car parking. Staff amenities. Excellent depreciation benefits. home you can build to take advantage of this elevated position.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST FOR SALE $390,000-$399,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Darley 18 Manning Blvd Bed Bath Car

Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale Renovated Home, 1 Acre, Large Shed Private Sale
14.85 Acres 4394m2 Land
Price $1,199,000 - $1,225,000 Price $789,000
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive Set away from the road is this fully
home to this haven where privacy and Office 2/137 Main Street, renovated family home, offering a Office 2/137 Main Street,
serenity go hand in hand. This grand Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 peaceful lifestyle of comfort and Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
blue stone built home strikes a balance convenience, flawlessly presented and
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
between elegance and character. surrounded by other exceptional homes
Situated on approx. 14.85 acres of Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 in the prestigious Manning Estate. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
predominantly cleared land with a little Web www.lensmith.com.au Web www.lensmith.com.au
light bush and with amazing view to the
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Quiet Retreat in Neighbourly Court Private Sale Future Potential in a Convenient Location Private Sale
Set on a super sized 1200 sqm parcel This home offers a great opportunity
Price $575,000 – $610,000 Price $385,000 - $410,000
of land is this family home surrounded whether you’re looking for an
by lush greenery and positioned in Office 2/137 Main Street, investment property, or entry into the Office 2/137 Main Street,
quiet court only minutes from Bacchus Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 market in a handy location. This cement Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Marsh’s thriving main street shopping sheet clad home features 4 bedrooms
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
precinct & popular zoned primary master with ensuite, 2 separate living
schools. The home reveals immense Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 zones, large kitchen with ample Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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kitchen with SS appliances extending on approx. 600 sqm. This one will be
to a beautiful covered outdoor hard to beat for convenience.
entertainment area.

3 2 1 3 2 4
Maddingley 3/1 McCrae Street Bed Bath Car
Toolern Vale 212 Andersons Road Bed Bath Car

Maddingley Side Private Sale Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale
Perfectly located just minutes from This instantly engaging home is
Price $490,000 - $520,000 Price $680,000 - $720,000
Train station, Maddingley Park destined to impress with it’s beautiful
and popular Schools is this quality Office 2/137 Main Street, views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street,
townhouse in a complex of 3. Light Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 floor plan. A stunning renovation is Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
and bright interiors features polished all complete offering 2 living zones,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
timber flooring, high ceilings, gas 2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen
central heating & evaporative cooling. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, quality Web www.lensmith.com.au entertainment area, double garage and Web www.lensmith.com.au
appliances to kitchen, great outdoor 13m x 7m colourbond workshop, land
entertainment area, single garage plus size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with
workshop. Perfect in every way. town water connected.
Trade & Business
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Ballarat Football League Ballarat Football League Reserves Grand Final

Grand Final results Bacchus Marsh 12.6.78 def East Point 9.9.63 Photos: Tim Saultry
East Point 15.7.97 def Melton 14.11.95
Roy Edwards Memorial Trophy (Best on Ground) – Paul
Kodorenko (East Point)
AFL Victoria Country Medal – Jordan Johnston (East Point)
Bacchus Marsh 12.6.78 def East Point 9.9.63
Best on Ground – Rhys McNay (Bacchus Marsh)
Under 18.5s
North Ballarat City 10.16.76 def Sunbury 4.5.29
Best on Ground - Isaac Pertzel (North Ballarat City)
VCFL Medal - Dylan Graham (North Ballarat City)

A Grade
North Ballarat City 50 def East Point 43
Best on Court – Maddison Selmon (North Ballarat City)
B Grade
Lake Wendouree 47 def Sunbury 45
Best on Court – Madi Wallace (Lake Wendouree)
C Grade
Sunbury 39 def Ballarat 33
Best on Court – Courtney Bryant (Sunbury)
D Grade
Lake Wendouree 28 def East Point 23
Best on Court – Shae Fogarty (Lake Wendouree)
E Grade 
Melton South 27 def Ballarat 25
Best on Court - Britt Lenon (Melton South)
Lake Wendouree 41 def Balalrat 38 (E/T)
Best on Court - Eva Gillett (Lake Wendouree)

Ballan Golf Club

Results - Week ending Saturday 22 September
Wednesday Stableford – Mens & Ladies.
Winner Bob Arklay (10) 34 points on c/b from Les Martin
(17). Magpie - 14th Kev Lockman. NTP - 15th Bob Arklay.
Saturday Stableford
(8th Round House Teams)
Winner Don Wickson (14) 37 points on c/b R/u Bob Arklay
(10). Third Kev Lockman (15) 35 points.
NTPs - 12th and hole-in-one at 15th Bob Arklay.
Magpie - 14th Les Martin.

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Stars & Puzzles

LEO—July 23-August 22
Behind the scenes activities suggest a boost in prestige
and possibly a reward. An injured friendship shows signs
of recovery. Don’t rush the healing process.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Financial planning is highlighted now. Someone is eager
to hear your plans and willing to give you a chance. Your
love life perks up and you project a very positive image
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Partnerships are highlighted, but be sure to discuss all
matters involving joint finances. You may be involved in
a new and possibly offbeat assignment. Children seek
★★★★★★★★ your encouragement.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Overdue praise comes from people in high places and
ARIES—March 21-April 20 relationships with your fellow workers improve.
This is a positive week in general, provided you are alert Reunions bring with them a healthy share of nostalgia.
and well rested. Wednesday - Thursday favours inven- A finacial news-brightener comes unexpectedly.
tory taking, Friday emphasizes the arts and the weekend
is for adventuring. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Look into new opportunities for earning added income.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 You may find yourself campaigning for a candidate or a
Children influence you through the week and don’t hesi- favourite cause. Your romantic situation appears to be
tate to get consultation from the younger set. Household on a steadier course.
problems take time, but don’t do-it-yourself unless you
are really sure you know what you are doing. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Your self confidence soars, thanks to recent accomplish-
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 ments. This is a great week for catching up on things to
Things this week come in threes. In some way or another do around the house. Be careful to allow enough time for
you serve the roles of chairperson, salesperson and visits and appointments.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22
Events that you sponsor this week prove especially note-
NO. 9060 Celebrations continue and money matters improve gradu- worthy. An interesting project needs more researching
ally. Responsibilities may increase so prepare for added before you agree to sign on. Sports events and fitness
ACROSS DOWN demands at work. It is important to keep in touch with programmes are in the picture.
6. Gloomy (11) 1. Careless (8) family, especially senior members.
7. Swallow (4) 2. Chessman (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Plant (8) 3. Accuse (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 This week can see you keeping a journal or diary. You
9. Leave (6) 4. Dash (4) Career changes, investments and renewed relationships hear some delightful stories and anecdotes and have a
10. Being (6) 5. Exonerate (6) are all part of the week’s plan. Take nothing for granted talent for recording them. An intimate evening may prove
12. Flower (6) 6. Colour (5) where you work mates are concerned. Stay away from unexpectedly crowded.
15. Wave (6) 11. Bear (8) neighbourhood politics.
17. Cutters (8) 13. Ebb (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
VIRGO—August 23-September 22 When you set your sights on a goal, you persevere with
19. True (4) 14. Limp (6)
Education is accented through the week. Consider some determination. The rest of this year sees you redesigning
20. Runs down (11) 15. Live (6) some of your blueprints, especially those related to career
16. Animal (5) sort of course or two. This is not the time to play coy -
speak your mind and express your romantic self more and education. Personal relationships and new commit-
18. Condiment (4) ments are accented. Travel is spotlighted in the new year.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS It is out with the old and in with the new - that also in-
6. What you heard coming from the funny cave? (6,5). cludes your wardrobe and your mode of transport. This

7. Show to be unbiased (4). 8. Netting one’s jumping week allow more time for enjoying brothers and sisters -
over (8). 9. Comic depictions of the journey on board and uncles and aunts.
(6). 10. Businessman who deals in barter? (6). 12. Hav-
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ing reparked the car, put back the boxes (6). 15. Find
the old firm has suffered a reverse through it (6). 17. It’s
all about getting on a horse (8). 19. Right before one
Detours are a regular part of the week and you are run-
ning behind schedule. Look after the family health needs
returned from somewhere in America (4). 20. A bar promptly and be alert to trouble signs.
brawl? (5,6).
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Does everything he says have a frightening ring to it? Change tactics in romance and make variety the current
byword. The emphisis is on travel from the weekend on.
(8). 2. Coerces the services (6). 3. He’s wide-awake when A family secret may be revealed on the weekend. An
the key is pushed in (6). 4. Back up the car with the attitude of a colleague becomes more open.
lovely sound to its engine (4). 5. Money and a fresh set
of clothes (6). 6. Courage is a vital necessity (5). 11. Bill, CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
the clergyman, is right (8). 13. Keep talking on, just to A setback in prestige may get you down, but a romantic
make a sound (6). 14. They produce spirit pictures (6). boost perks you up by Friday. Watch out for surprise
15. Half laughs, literally, at the old carriage (6). 16. Not expenses. Double check all bottom lines. The weekend
lax when it comes to grammer (5). 18. Doesn’t keep up has an unexpected flair.
with the prisoners (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
In romance and business spheres, a little less pushiness
15, L-and-au. 16, Tense. 18, Lags. and you will get results. In family matters acceleration is
Change. 6, Heart. 11, Ac-curate. 13, Rattle. 14, Stills. the key - speed it up and fullfill those many obligations.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Alarmist. 2, Forces. 3, Al-B-ert. 4, Pu-RR. 5,
Across - 6, Ingredient. 8, Etna. 9, Zinc. 10, Olive. 11,
19, R-eno. 20, Legal battle.
Pike. 12, Competent. 16, Statuette. 20, Flat. 22, Rinse. Friction with family eases and you seem to be on mar-
vellous terms with the world. Socially, the weekend is a
S. 10, Trader. 12, Cra-tes. 15, L-oC-ate. 17, Stalli-on.
23, Gown. 24, Taxi. 25, Binoculars.
little less than satisfying. Emotionally, it should be a suc-
Across - 6, Hollow laugh. 7, Fair. 8, Clearing. 9, S-trip-
Down - 1, Indigo. 2, Triceps. 3, Adroit. 4, Design. 5,
Steep. 7, Snake. 13, Era. 14, Seagull. 15, Cloak. 17,
Tenant. 18, Trench. 19, Thwart. 21, Tribe.
15, Reside. 16, Eland. 18, Salt. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Acquit. 6, Mauve. 11, Tolerate. 13, Recede. 14, Droopy. Managing is what you do best. On the liability side, you
Down - 1, Slapdash. 2, Knight. 3, Charge. 4, Elan. 5, are painfully stubborn. Friendships are important to you
Across - 6, In bad odour. 8, Evil (rev.). 9, P-pus(s). 10,
Real. 20, Dilapidated. and Mr/Ms popular you really are.
In-anE. 11, No-us. 12, Art-I-choke. 16, Sent-I-ment. 20,
part. 10, Entity. 12, Orchid. 15, Roller. 17, Scissors. 19,
Char. 22, Opera. 23, Rank. 24, Crab. 25, In-delicate.
Across - 6, Melancholic. 7, Gulp. 8, Geranium. 9, De-
Down - 1, Snipe-R. 2, Par-snip. 3, Polish. 4, MO-hawk.
5, Green. 7, Minus. 13, Own. 14, Em-brace. 15, W-her-
e. 17, E-me-nds. 18, T-r-ails. 19, Nin-ety. 21, Rob-I-n.
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BFL Henderson
Medal Results
Football B&F
Senior - Henderson Medal
Winner - Daniel Burton (Bacchus Marsh) - 22 votes
Runner-up - Matt Denham (Melton) - 17 votes.
Reserves - The George King Medal
Winner - Marc Dransman (Melton South) - 28 votes
Runner-up - Chris Suban (Bacchus Marsh) - 24 votes
Under 18.5 - Dick Rees Memorial Trophy
Winner - Riely Ranieri (North Ballarat) - 16 votes
Equal runners-up - Dylan Caruana (Sunbury) and Jack
Butler (Lake Wendouree) - 14 votes

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

Last Saturday the Centre held a Come and Try Day at Masons Lane Reserve. A number of
Coach of the Year
Winner - Aaron Tymms (Melton)
Rookie of the Year
Winner - Nick Stuhldreier (Bacchus Marsh)
young, enthusiastic athletes attended and participated in sprints, hurdles, long jump, shot
put and discus – many for the first time. Leading Goal kicker
Aaron Willitts Senior - Tony Lockett Medal
The track and field season will commence on Saturday 6 October at 8.30am. Athletes need Photos Helen Tatchell
to register online at lavic.com.au/join on the Thursday prior to competition. New athletes Winner - Aaron Willitts (Bacchus Marsh) - 51 goals
opting to take up the 2-week trial offer will be required to report to the Centre Office at Reserves - Jim Gull Medal
8.15am to collect a trial tag. Winner - Ethan Tibbles (Bacchus Marsh) - 49 goals
Little Athletics is available for all children aged 5-15. The Centre conducts a 4-week rotating Under 18.5
program. Throughout the rotation and dependant on age, athletes compete in: Sprints - 70m, Winner - Jack Riding (North Ballarat City) - 35 goals
100m, 200m, 300m, 400m; Middle Distance - 800m, 1500m; Hurdles - 60m, 80m, 90m, 100m,
200m or 300m; Jumps - Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump; Throws – Shot Put, Discus, Turbo Goal of the Year
Javelin, Javelin. Winner - Jackson Carrick (Darley)

Netball B&F
A Grade - Sally McLean Medal
Winner - Stacey McCartin (North Ballarat City) - 23 votes
B Grade: Winner - Suzi Johnson (Sunbury) - 19 votes
C Grade: Winners - Megan Jackson (Darley) and Shelby
Holter (Sunbury) - 21 votes
D Grade: Winners - Larney Allan and Shae Fogarty (Lake
Ethan Tibbles Wendouree) - 26 votes
E Grade: Winner - Karissa Buttigieg (Bacchus Marsh) - 16 votes
19&Under: Winner - Eva Gillett (Lake Wendouree) - 23 votes
Netball Coach of the Year
Winner - Michael Saker (Bacchus Marsh)

The Pentland Calisthenics College Intermediates team ready to perform their Aesthetics Karissa Buttigieg
routine. Photo - submitted

Pentland Calisthenics Club

The Intermediate section travelled to Frankston for their Bayside Competition last Saturday.
In a mixed competition where they were merged to compete with teams in the division above,
they were awarded the following placings: March – 2nd, Clubs – Honourable Mention, Free Nick Stuhldreier Megan Jackson
Exercises – Highly Commended, Rods – 2nd, Aesthetics and Revue – Highly Commended.
The team are improving their performances each time they step on stage.

Tabcorp Park Sat 22 September

Michael Saker
Ballan Bowling Club
Pre-Season Meet and Greet
An invitation to all past, present and new
bowlers to enjoy social afternoons each
Thursday, from 5pm
Ballan Bowling Club
Cowie Street, BALLAN
Enq – David O’Hanlon (President)
P - 0437 008 024
E – ballanbc@hotmail.com
Saturday 22 September, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 3, Allied Express Pace Final (C2 to
C3). Winner: Sofala (10). Trainer: Donna Castles. Driver: Donna Castles. Photo: Stuart ALL WELCOME
McCormick HRV. Riely Ranieri
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2018 Henderson Medal Voting

(Darley & Bacchus Marsh) By Todd Whelan
Round 1 Round 13
Bacchus Marsh (77) lost Darley (78) Lake Wendouree (54) lost Darley (57)
Bacchus Marsh (Best) A. Willits, S. Sherlock, D. Burton Darley (Best) S. Kennedy, R. Ellis, J. Ancrum
Darley (Best) S. Page, B. Graham, D. Reid Henderson Medal Votes: 3.C. Hepworth (LW) 2. L. Delahey
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Page (Dar) 2. S. Sherlock (B/M) (Dar) 1. S. Kennedy (Dar).
1. B. Graham (Dar) North Ballarat City (91) def Bacchus Marsh (85)
Round 2 Bacchus Marsh (Best) T. Angwin, N. Stuhldreier, B. Griffiths
Darley (56) lost Melton (86) Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2.T. Bromley-
Darley (Best) D. Robson, L. Spiteri, D. Leonard Lynch (NBC) 1. T. Angwin (B/M)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. R. Davis (Mel) 2. M. Denham Round 14
(Mel) 1. L. Spiteri (Dar) Bacchus Marsh (75) lost Lake Wendouree (84)
Bacchus Marsh (Bye) Bacchus Marsh (Best) D. Burton, H. King, J. Chisari
Round 3 Henderson Medal Votes: 3.B. Edwards (LW) 2.C. Hepworth
Bacchus Marsh (165) def North Ballarat City (72) (LW) 1. T. Shea (B/M).
Bacchus Marsh (Best) S. Sherlock, A. Willits, D. Burton Darley (96) def Sunbury (52)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Sherlock (B/M) 2. T. Shea (B/M) Darley (Best) B. Myers, C. Cullen, S. Kennedy
1. R. Stuhldreier (B/M). Henderson Medal Votes: 3.B.Myers (Dar) 2.S.Kennedy (Dar)
Henderson Medal Winner Daniel Burton (Bacchus Marsh).
Sunbury (63) def Darley (62) 1. N.Bridgeland (Sun).
Photo Helen Tatchell
Darley (Best) L. Baker, D. Leonard, A. Kur Round 15
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. A. Duhau (Sun) 2. H. Inglis (Dar) Round 8 Redan (66) lost Darley (82)
1. G. Valles (Sun) Bacchus Marsh (136) def Redan (81) Darley (Best) S. Kennedy, J. Ancrum, D. Leonard
Round 4 Bacchus Marsh (Best) J. Owen, D. Burton, B. Speight Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Kennedy (Dar) 2. B. Graham 1.
Darley (45) def Lake Wendouree (27) Henderson Medal Votes: 3. J. Owen (B/M) 2. H. King (B/M) N. Horbury (Red)
Darley (Best) J. Zeestrasten, D. Reid, S. Page 1. B. Speight (B/M). Bacchus Marsh (Bye)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Reid (Dar) 2. B. Graham (Dar) Darley (Bye) Round 16
1. T. Malone (LW). Round 9 Sunbury (48) lost Bacchus Marsh (98)
Melton South (51) lost Bacchus Marsh (81) Bacchus Marsh (103) def Sunbury (88) Bacchus Marsh (Best) M. Chisari, N. Stuhldreier, J. Chisari
Bacchus Marsh (Best) L. Mullen, B. Griffiths, T.Angwin Bacchus Marsh (Best) N. Stuhldreier, L. Mullen, L. Blundell Henderson Medal Votes: 3. J. Chisari (B/M) 2. M. Chisari
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. B. Griffiths (B/M) 2. A. Willits Henderson Medal Votes: 3.D. Burton (B/M) 2. H. King (B/M) (B/M) 1. N. Stuhldreier (B/M)
(B/M) 1. T.Shea (B/M) 1. D. Landt (Sun). Darley (Bye)
Round 5 Ballarat (22) loss Darley (73) Round 17
Darley (124) def Redan (67) Darley (Best) D. Leonard, T. Evans, S. Page Sebastopol (50) lost Bacchus Marsh (59)
Darley (Best) B. Graham, S. Kennedy, L. Spiteri Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Page (Dar) 2.R. Ellis (Dar) 1.J. Bacchus Marsh (Best) R. Stuhldreier, H. Coulton, D. Burton
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Kennedy (Dar) 2. B. Graham Edwards (Dar)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2. J. Owen (B/M)
(Dar) 1.D. Reid (Dar). Round 10
1. N. Hausler (Seb).
East Point (106) lost Bacchus Marsh (123) Darley (83) def North Ballarat City (78)
North Ballarat City (94) def Darley (63)
Bacchus Marsh (Best) H.King, D.Burton, J.Owen Darley (Best) S. Page, D. Leonard, J. Zeestraten
Darley (Best) J. Carrick, T. Evans, H. Scotland
Henderson Medal Votes: 3.S. Page (Dar) 2.O. Nash (NBC) 1.
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. H. King (B/M) 2. S. Sherlock Henderson Medal Votes: 3. T. Spiers (NBC) 2. S. Dunstan
D. Leonard (Dar).
(B/M) 1. P. Kodorenko (East) (NBC) 1. H. Scotland (Dar)
Lake Wendouree (50) def Bacchus Marsh (49)
Round 6 Round 18
Bacchus Marsh (Best) J. Owen, D. Burton, L. Mullen
Bacchus Marsh (172) def Ballarat (66) Bacchus Marsh (64) lost Melton (71)
Henderson Medal Vote: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2. C. Hepworth
Bacchus Marsh (Best) S. Sherlock, D. Burton, B. Speight Bacchus Marsh (Best) N. Stuhldreier, D. Burton, H. King
(LW) 1. L. Hepworth (LW)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2. J. Owen (B/M) Round 11 Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2. D. Haby (Mel)
1. B. Griffiths (B/M). Bacchus Marsh (115) def Sebastopol (66) 1. B. Kight (Mel).
Sebastopol (60) def Darley (46) Bacchus Marsh (Best) J. Owen, B. Speight, H. Coulton Darley (82) def East Point (62)
Darley (Best) D. Leonard, J. Zeestraten, L. Delahey Henderson Medal Votes: 3.R. Stuhldreier (B/M) 2.B. Speight Darley (Best) T. Evans, D. Robson, S. Kennedy
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. C. Dummet (Seb) 2. T. Lockyer (B/M) 1. D. Burton (B/M). Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Kennedy (Dar) 2. L. Baker (Dar)
(Seb) 1. L. Baker (Dar) East Point (113) def Darley (47) 1. B. McDougall (EP).
Round 7 Darley (Best) C. Cullen, D. Leonard, D. Robson
Darley (135) def Melton South (69) Darley FC (VOTES TALLY - 60) - 15. S. Kennedy, 12. S. Page,
Henderson Medal Votes: 3.P. Kodorenko (EP) 2.M. Rotumah-
Darley (Best) S. Page, C. Cullen, L.Delahey 7. B. Graham, 4. D. Reid, H. Inglis, 3. D. Leonard, L. Baker,
Onus (EP) 1. C. Bilney (EP)
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Page (Dar) 2. H. Inglis (Dar) 1. B. Myers, 2. R. Ellis, J. Edwards, L. Delahey, 1. L. Spiteri, J.
Round 12
J. Edwards (Dar). Darley (91) def Bacchus Marsh (68) Carrick, H. Scotland.
Melton (41) lost Bacchus Marsh (149) Darley (Best) S. Kennedy, J. Carrick, D. Robson Bacchus Marsh (VOTES TALLY - 70) - 22. D. Burton (winner),
Bacchus Marsh (Best) S. Sherlock, D. Burton, A. DelPapa Bacchus Marsh (Best) D. Burton, J. Owen, T. Angwin 8. S. Sherlock, 7. J. Owen, H. King, 4. T. Shea, B. Griffiths, R.
Henderson Medal Votes: 3. D. Burton (B/M) 2. A. DelPapa Henderson Medal Votes: 3. S. Kennedy (Dar) 2. D. Leonard Stuhldreier, 3. B. Speight, J. Chisari, 2. A. Willits, M. Chisari,
(B/M) 1. S. Sherlock (B/M). (Dar) 1. J. Carrick (Dar) A. DelPapa, 1. T. Angwin, N. Stuhldreier.

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