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Tuesday 16 October, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 41

Where is Albie? By Helen Tatchell

Albert ‘Albie’ Smith was due to go home the

morning he walked out of the Ballan Aged
Care facility and is still missing a week later.
Mr Smith, from Mt Doran, is 88-years old and relies heavily on heart medication
and morphine patches for back pain. He also left without his walking stick or
his walker.
Police say Mr Smith left the Ballan facility between 5.30am and 7.10am on
Monday 8 October.
“A confirmed witness came forward and said they had picked Mr Smith up on
Old Melbourne Road in Ballan and drove him to an address in Mt Egerton just
after 7.30am,” Sgt Michael Kearnes from Ballan Police said.
Mr Smith’s children, Geoff, Helen and Wendy attended two press conferences
at Ballan Police station and said the property at Mt Egerton belonged to a friend
of their father.
The friend was not home and the whereabouts of Mr Smith remained a mystery,
until last Thursday.
Inspector Brendon McCrory from Bacchus Marsh police said the police airwing,
SES, Ballan Police and Moorabool CIU have been conducting searches and door
knocks in the Mt Egerton and Morrisons areas.
“We had a call from a witness who said they saw Mr Smith at the Morrisons
cemetery on the Tuesday morning. Unfortunately, they did not come forward
until two days later,” he said.
“We have no new news or sightings since then and encourage the community
to please be vigilant and check all out buildings and sheds, as we continue our
search for Mr Smith.”
Amid tears and grave concerns, the family said Mr Smith needed to be back in
care for a while.
“He is a fiercely independent man and was determined to get home. He hated
where he was, and we were putting plans in place to get him home,” daughter
Wendy said.
“We feel he has taken the bull by the horns to try and get home himself,” she said.
“Dad has been a very strong-minded man all his life and would be in considerable
pain without his medication.”
Daughter Helen from Maldon said she believed her father may have had “to get
some aid and someone has helped him out, without realising he is an escapee!”
In 2016, Mr Smith received a Certificate of Achievement – Citizen of the Year
in the Moorabool Shire Australia Day awards for his service to the upkeep and
maintenance of the Morrisons cemetery.
Mr Smith had been in the Ballan Aged Care facility recovering from leg ulcers
for the past couple of months, and questions have arisen about his access out of
that facility without supervision.
“We can confirm that a Transitional Care Program (TCP) client left the Ballan
District Health & Care Hostel on Monday morning and is still missing,” an
unsigned and unnamed statement to the Moorabool News read.
“Our priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our client and supporting
the family through this difficult time.
“We are actively assisting in the search effort and reviewing arrangements at the
service to reassure the community of the safety of all residents of our service.”
And one last message from the family.
“Dad give us a call please. You are going home; we were not going to stop you
from going home. We really miss you dad.”
A plea from Mr Smith’s children (L-R) Geoff, Helen and Wendy, for any sightings or information. Inset:
Missing Mt Doran man 88-year old Albert Smith with daughter Helen at the Moorabool Australia Day Any information of the whereabouts or sightings of Mr Albert Smith can be
awards in 2016. Photo Helen Tatchell directed to Ballan Police on 5368 1303 or Triple-000.

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… In with the new

By Helen Tatchell

It is official, a new Moora-

bool Shire Council CEO has
signed his contract for the
next five years, witnessed
by Mayor Paul Tatchell and
Deputy Mayor Cr John Ke-
ogh at Council chambers in
Ballan last Wednesday.
Mr Derek Madden comes to
Moorabool after eight and a
half years with the Cardinia
In introducing Mr Mad-
den, Moorabool Mayor Paul
Tatchell said, personally he
Football/Netball clubs will benefit from a $1.6m loan scheme announcement made by State is very excited.
Labor Treasurer Tim Pallas with Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell and Recreation Reserve “I know change is difficult
representatives from (L-R back) Shane Murphy (Dunnstown), Andrew Mahar (Bungaree), in any organisation, and
Kellee Frazer (Gordon) and (L-R front) Joanne Raffaele (Ballan), Helen Mahar (Wallace)
whilst one door closes an-
with Buninyong candidate Michaela Settle. Photo – Helen Tatchell
other does open,” he said.

Let there
“Derek is going to bring a
great skill set to the Moora-
bool Shire, one that is proven
with a terrific track record.”
Arriving to Australia from

be light
Dublin Ireland in the year
2000, Mr Madden said it was
an honour and a privilege to
take this new role.
“It was a real challenge to
move on from Cardinia as
I really enjoyed it, but what
By Meg Kennedy what they get in Ballarat.
was attractive here was
“We’re making sure we have facilities in the growth area coming
The current oval light poles at Ballan moving forward to keep us at the top of our through and of course the
Recreation Reserve came from Pentridge game,” he said. rural townships and what
Prison, so a grant for new lighting announced Ballan Recreational Reserve President Billy they offer,” he said.
by the State Government last week was Smith said the grant “means a great deal for
welcome news. Mr Madden was involved
Ballan Football Netball Club with increased in the digital transformation
The State Labor Treasurer Tim Pallas made participation”, joking that “the power bill at Cardinia and has similar New CEO for Moorabool Mr Derek Madden.
the funding announcement of $1.6 million should go down!” plans for Moorabool.
at the Reserve as part of the Community Treasurer Pallas also took the opportunity
Photo – Helen Tatchell
Sport Infrastructure Loans Scheme, which “We really put all the ser-
to announce the Labor Government’s re- vices online there and I be- And what plans does Mr “The diversity within the
provides low-interest loans for councils, election promise of $3 million towards a lieve there is scope to do that Madden have for his first townships and the issues I
clubs and organisations to deliver and major redevelopment of the Ballan Recreation here in Moorabool as people 100-days as Moorabool saw are similar to the issues
improve community sport and recreation Reserve, including a new pavilion, female- want to access the services CEO? that Cardina faced ten-years
infrastructure. friendly changerooms and an extended oval. 24/7, and the only way to “Talk to the staff. I think ago.
The loan of $1.6 million to Moorabool “We have to change the way we’ve provided do that is through a digital strong staff will deliver “I will sit back and listen to
council will deliver lighting projects at for sport facilities in the past, and that means channel. It will be one of my better services and in addi- the officers, to get a better
Ballan, Gordon, Wallace, Bungaree and much more substantial investment from the key drivers in my term. tion to that I want to get an understanding of the asset
Dunnstown recreation reserves. state in these areas,” he said. “One of my goals for Moor- understanding of the rural management framework
Treasurer Pallas thanked the Moorabool The announcement by Mr Pallas follows on abool is to firstly look at the townships, and their needs,
Shire “for the way they’ve engaged with the from the Liberal Government’s promise to and the resources the organ-
Key Performance Indicators so they don’t get left behind.
state,” and noted the quality of the Shire’s deliver a $1 million upgrade of the reserve if isation has.”
and to further strengthen At Cardinia I did see that
submission to the scheme. elected by candidate for Buninyong Andrew relationships with State and with the growth corridor Former CEO Rob Croxford
“The loan will be repaid at a significantly Kilmartin. Federal governments,” he taking up a lot of resources, retired after eight years with
reduced interest rate; where Moorabool Shire “Labor’s re-election promise is massive for said. financial and staff time, so to Moorabool Council with
and the government pick up half each,” he both the club and the community,” Mr Smith “The rate payer can only make sure that is allocated his last day being Friday 19
said. said. fund so much of the infra- evenly across this shire.” October.
Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell said the But either outcome will mean great news for structure that is required go- Mr Madden is married with Mr Madden will take up
project is a “non-political scheme”. the Ballan Recreation Reserve. ing forward, and it is about a 10-year old daughter and his position with Moorabool
“The extra lighting will open up capacity “We should be (a winner) when it comes building, and enhancing did a ‘field trip’ prior to ap- Shire Council from Monday
and give footballers equal opportunity as to election time in November,” he said. those relationships.” plying for the job. 29 October 2018.


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to church
By Carol Saffer

The white weatherboard All Saints Anglican Church standing on a hill in Blackwood
since 1865 has been sold and deconsecrated.
The church set on 7000 square metres of land (just under two acres), sold for $500,000
on 25th July to Melbourne resident Nigel Edwards, after a calling for Expressions of
According to a spokesman for the Anglican Church, All Saints was put on the market
because it was “surplus to requirements.”
By 2016 the church-going congregation had diminished to just two – Judith de Groot
who lived and worshipped in Blackwood for 30 years, and Ballarat resident Bruno
Micic who came to Blackwood for every church service – with Sunday service held
once a month before ceasing altogether.
Mrs de Groot says she is disappointed with the lack of communication from the
Anglican Diocese regarding the sale of the church, a sentiment echoed by long term
Blackwood resident Elizabeth Hall.
“It would have been good if the Diocese had let us know their intentions, even though
the church was closed,” says Mrs de Groot.
The Right Reverend Philip Huggins, Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Melbourne
officiated at the Church’s deconsecration service, attended by eight Blackwood locals
and ex-residents, on 18 September this year.
Deconsecration is the act of removing a religious blessing from a place of worship in
order for the church to be sold, demolished or used for non-religious activities.
New owner of All Saints Mr Edwards who took possession of the property in September,
plans to use the property as a weekender saying he is “conscious of retaining it as it is.”
“The tennis court will still be open for community use,” he said.
Mr Edwards, familiar with the area having attended the Blackwood Easter Fair for the
past five years, met some of the local residents at a recent BBQ at the post office and has
joined the Blackwood Progress Association.
He says there is considerable work to be done on the building to make it habitable in
order to abide with planning permits and guidelines, with restumping, rewiring and
replumbing planned to take place over the next couple of years. FINAL HYMN SUNG - (L-R) Elizabeth Hall and Judith De Groot at the now closed Blackwood
The nearest Anglican Church with weekly Sunday services is St George’s at Trentham. Anglican Church. Photo – Helen Tatchell
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Woman accuses
magistrate of
Courthouse is destination
of choice for locals
With the renovations near complete,
By Caitlin Bewley (1st Yr Swinburne)

“She’s destroying my life,” a woman from Sale told the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ court on
October 5 via video link, speaking about a woman she had never met in person.
the Courthouse is the destination of This is a case where one woman resides in Melton and the other in Sale, 216km east of
choice for the locals. Melbourne’s CBD.
Venue Manager, Mary Novacic is The woman who attended the court in person owns a pearl business located in Melton and
super excited about the opening of made a sale to the aggravated woman (Sale) earlier this year.
the extended function room and new It is alleged that the Sale woman had been posting videos slandering the other woman’s
roof top beer garden late December. business via Facebook and the business owner was determined to get to the bottom of it.
“This will be a major drawcard for “I run my business from home, I don’t have time for this,” the mother of three told the court.
the pub and something the Marsh
“I have never met this woman before. I called her once to ask her why she was posting things
doesn’t offer, with the added benefit
about me on Facebook and haven’t been in contact with her since.
of brewery fresh tank beer available
“She’s trying to rout the system, I’m suing her business,” the disgruntled woman (Sale)
in all bars.”
shouted through the monitor.
The Courthouse is currently
“She should be put up for perjury for coming into the court and telling lies.”
offering a 14 day cruise to the South
Magistrate Gregory Robinson attempted to enforce an interim order on the two women, to
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Are you ready to react,

plan and survive? Finally, an update
Do you know what to do in the case of a fire? on how to survive in the event of bushfire,” By Kate Taylor Meeting,” Ms Gunnell told the Moorabool News.
Want to put your skills to practice? said Bacchus Marsh Urban Fire Brigade “We’ll be sharing the next steps of our financial
The CFA has been trialling new Community Community Safety Manager Scott Pepin. As promised, the Moorabool News has and strategic plans – and then sharing this
Bushfire Scenario Workshops in high risk “It will also give the community a chance continued to ask the Ballan District Health
information more broadly with the community.
areas throughout Victoria, and Bacchus to interact with our volunteer fire brigade,” and Care Board for updates on the progress
Our 2017/2018 annual report – with financial
Marsh has been selected to take part in this he said. of the organisation since the public meeting
reports – will be available on the BDHC website
new initiative. Set inside the Darley Fire Station, the held eight weeks ago.
on Wednesday night.”  
The workshops are designed to inform and evening is set up as a three-way role-play After many email requests for updated
educate, encouraging the community to have session, where the public interact with the information, to keep the community The Annual General Meeting for the
an active role in how they would react, plan, facilitator to cover a serious topic but will informed, BDH&C Board Chair Lyn Gunnell Ballan & District Soldiers Memorial Bush
and survive in a bushfire situation. include a few lighter moments. provided a response to the Moorabool News’ Nursing Hospital & Hostel Incorporated will
“As we are coming into possibly one of The Scenario Workshop will occur on questions last Friday and is printed, in full, take place at the Ballan Mechanics Institute
the worst fire seasons for many years, our Tuesday 23rd October at the Darley Fire below.   Hall, 143 Inglist Street, Ballan from 5.30-
Brigade is being proactive to engage the Station at 75A Albert Street Darley. There “Following the community meeting in late- 7.30pm. Two Board positions are vacant, and
Bacchus Marsh and Districts community will be a free BBQ prior at 6pm, followed by August, the Board will have a further update for up for re-election is Paul Tatchell after one
to make them more aware to be prepared the workshop at 7pm. Association Members at our Annual General year on the Board.

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Amendment gets
green light
By Helen Tatchell within the Bacchus Marsh district. conducted in May and June of this the original Maddingley Coal State agencies to resolve future
“Council does not presently year. The Panel’s report, which site/licence. Unfortunately, at its planning and infrastructure needs
An Adoption of the Planning have any growth management was received in early August, conception on June 15 2000 it was in and around the Maddingley
Scheme Amendment C81 has been framework for Bacchus Marsh,” recommends that Amendment C81 also placed over privately-owned Brown Coal site,” Manager
passed at a Special Meeting of the report read. be adopted as exhibited, subject to properties that are not part of Strategic Planning & Development
Council, but not without a packed “Greater clarity on growth some changes. Maddingley Brown Coal. There Andrew Goodsell said.
gallery and numerous speakers to management is urgently needed, Bob Levy was neither an objector was no compensation offered.” “We expect to complete that work
the item. for the benefit of all stakeholders.” nor a supporter to the item but had Mr Levy asked council if the Shire in the current financial year with
Amendment C81 seeks to Prepared by Council, in a question for council after reading would name and address the SUZ1. any amendment likely to follow
implement the Bacchus Marsh collaboration with the Victorian a prepared statement about the “… separating it from the buffers in the year 2019/20 (subject to
Urban Growth Framework (UGF) Planning Authority (VPA), Special Use Zone 1 (SUZ1). outlined in this panel report, funding).”
by updating the Municipal Amendment C81 was exhibited “The purpose of a SUZ is to protect and seriously consider reducing Councillors voted to accept the
Strategic Statement and inserting for a period of six weeks in late an activity carried out in an area the zone to the borders of the recommended changes to the
the UGF as a reference document. 2017 with a total of 55 submissions deemed important to protect. Like properties concerned, as is done by exhibited version of the Bacchus
In the agenda report for the received. a water catchment, or a theme park, a majority of Shires in the State?” Marsh Urban Growth Framework
meeting it stated the UGF identifies An independent Planning Panel or perhaps an airport, and even a he asked. and the Local Planning Policy
future residential growth precincts, was appointed, by the Minister mine,” Mr Levy told the meeting. “In essence, Council put aside Framework and will now submit
new employment precincts and for Planning, to consider the “The SUZ1 here in Moorabool is $20,000 for the 2018/19 financial the adopted amendment to the
key infrastructure requirements submissions via a public hearing in place at Maddingley to protect year to be matched by funding from Minister for Planning for approval.

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Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus
P-plater caught driving
Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital V8 and trafficking drugs
By Caitlin Bewley (1st Yr police and made full admissions,
Swinburne) saying the drugs were for
recreational use and that he sold
“All actions have consequences”, them to his friends for the same
a young Bacchus Marsh man price he bought them.
was told by the magistrate in the “It’s a credit to Mr Scott that he
Darley couple Hayley and Ben Bacchus Marsh court, after his made full admissions and was
CODE have welcomed the arrival “party days” got him into serious honest at the earliest opportunity,”
of their first child, a little girl. trouble. the accused’s lawyer said.
Quinn Mackenzie Code arrived Kyle Scott, a 22-year-old “This is low end trafficking, when
on Friday 5 October at 7.38am electrician, was travelling along he sells them to his friends, he
and weighed 7lb 11oz. Halletts Way Bacchus Marsh in a doesn’t make a profit”.
V8 Holden ute on May 13 of this Scott’s lawyer said he was
Grayson Xavier RAMOS is the Weighing 3050 grams, Michael year.
first-born son for Bacchus Marsh GALEA is the first child born to introduced to these drugs for party
couple Hannah May Cabato and Melton couple Kirsty Peptrusic The court heard police intercepted use when he was 18 years old.
Andrew Blake Ramos. Weighing and Anthony Galea. Michael the accused when they noticed he “He has been clean from all
3300 grams, Grayson was born arrived at 5.05pm on Wednesday was a probationary driver driving substances since the incident in
on Thursday 11 October at 10 October. a V8 vehicle, a vehicle which is May,” he said.
12.57am. prohibited for restricted drivers. “Well, I guess different people
Upon being intercepted, it is party in a different way,”
It is a boy for alleged the accused was asked to Magistrate Gregory Robinson said.
Melton South step out of the vehicle when a small “But this is a serious matter and I
parents Tessa and zip lock bag fell out of his clothes. want to send a message, not only
Steven HOPE. A Police prosecutor Constable to you [Scott] but to all young
new brother for
Aimee Heal told the court the men, that your actions do have
Sofia, Lorenzo
bag contained three grams of consequences.”
James HOPE Kara and Michael Pisani from
arrived on ketamine, and that when the police Magistrate Robinson agreed
Burnside Heights have welcomed searched the vehicle they found a
Wednesday 10 a little girl to their family. A new with the accused’s lawyer that
October at 9.49am bag of Xanax pills, scales, a large a community corrections order
sister for Nelson, Scarlett Ann
weighing 3640 zip lock bag full of smaller zip lock would interfere with Scott’s full-
Pisani weighed 3990 grams and
grams. arrived at 12.38pm on Thursday bags and $850 in cash. time work as an electrician, and as
11 October. The accused was questioned by a result, fined Scott $3000.

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Desperation and Local fauna a spectacular sight

difficulty lead to By Meg Kennedy

What unique Australian plant looks
straight from the set of Jurassic Park, and
was once used to create everything from
spears, to glue, to gramophone records?
again tested positive for metham- The native ‘grass trees’, which have been
By Caitlin Bewley
part of the Australian landscape for over
(1st Yr Swinburne) phetamine and cannabis.
20- million years, are one of the most iconic
When asked why he took said members of the bush – and they’re right in
Methamphetamine was the illicit substances, he replied, “I
driving factor which left a man our backyard.
take it while I work for my pains.” The Brisbane Ranges at Beremboke is a
homeless, living in multiple cars
over the last four years. The accused’s lawyer told the popular destination for bush walkers and
court of Howard’s hardship with features a range of spectacular displays of
David Howard was first found
in an unregistered vehicle in No- homelessness after being sepa- native flora and fauna.
vember 2015, which had four un- rated from his family. Grass trees are a hardy plant. The can live
roadworthy tyres, and was later “He was isolated in his car, the up to 600 years old, and by examining the
impounded. vehicles are what he was living size of a grass tree’s skirt, it can be estimat-
In 2017 on October 11, Howard in,” the accused’s lawyer told the ed when a fire last occurred.
was intercepted by police on High court. For Indigenous people, grass trees were
Street in Melton with New South “He didn’t know he had to at- used as, and continue to be, an important
Wales registration plates on his tend court due to moving address resource.
vehicle which did not match the and having nowhere to live.” Plant ecologist Dr John Patykowski writes
registration of said vehicle. Magistrate Ron Saines said this articles for The Conversation that the resin
Prosecutor Constable Aimee secreted by the leaf-bases was used as an
is a serious example of unlicensed
Heal told the court the accused adhesive to attach tool heads to handles,
driving on a regular basis.
was unlicensed and was asked and the base of the flowering stem was
to undertake a preliminary oral “But I see it as desperation and used at the base of composite spear.
fluid test, to which he tested posi- difficulty rather than criminal During European settlement, the resin
tive to methamphetamine. activity.” was also used in the production of medi-
March 30 of this year, the ac- David Howard was issued a cines, as a glue and varnish, as incense
cused allegedly performed a U- community corrections order for in churches, and the production of wine,
turn 300 metres away from a pre- 15 months, having to do 180 hours soap, perfume and gramophone records.
liminary breath testing station on of unpaid community work. He So, if you’re heading for a hike into the
High Street. was also advised to participate in beautiful Brisbane Ranges soon, be sure
Howard was asked to undergo treatment and rehabilitation for to take note of this particular unique furry
a preliminary oral fluid test and drug use. fauna around. Photo – www.victorianflora.com

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 7 November, 2018 in Following the adoption of the Stage 1 Plan, Council is now undertaking a Local Area Traffic
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Management (LATM) study of a further area in Bacchus Marsh, with the aim of creating better
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. traffic flow and safer roads.
Engineering firm Cardno has been commissioned to review traffic, parking and safety issues
COMMITTEE MEETING within the Bacchus Marsh area and assist with the study. The study area is bound by Main and
Fisken Streets, and the Werribee River and Korkuperrimul Creek.
The next Committee Meeting of Council will be of the Development Assessment Committee, to Input from residents is crucial to achieving good outcomes.This feedback forms part of the initial
be held tomorrow Wednesday 17 October, in the Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 community consultation for the project and will assist in developing a draft LATM plan.
Halletts Way, Darley, commencing at 5.00pm. Council is seeking feedback on a range of issues, including traffic speed and irresponsible driving,
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. increased through traffic, heavy vehicle use, lack of infrastructure such as pedestrian crossings,
pedestrian and cyclist safety, and parking issues.
SMALL BUSINESS BUS IN BM A direct mail-out has been sent to those within the study area, but Council is also seeking input
The Small Business Bus is visiting Bacchus Marsh on Monday 22 October, as a ‘travelling office on from those who may not live directly in the precinct, but use the roads and wish to provide feedback.
wheels’. Operated by Small Business Victoria, the bus will be located near the library and offers Further information can be obtained, and feedback provided at www.moorabool.vic.gov.
friendly, professional assistance and expert advice from an experienced business mentor. Book au/consultations.
a free confidential session and discover how you can plan, start or grow your business. Visit
business.vic.gov.au/sbb or call 13 22 15. NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT

NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN FOR AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS Address of Land: 64 Land Title Particulars: Lot 1 on TP 125792C (formerly pt
Garrards Lane, Myrniong VIC portion 19, Parish of Myrniong) & Lots 1 & 2 on TP 711703M
Do you know an outstanding Moorabool resident worthy of being recognised on Australia Day?
3341 (formerly pt portions 20 & 21, Parish of Myrniong)
Nominations are now open for our Australia Day Awards.
• Australia Day Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30 years or Description Details: Use of the Land as a Place of Assembly and Function Centre
older on 26 January next year. Permit applicant: The application reference number:
• Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30 The Planning Professionals PA2018214
years or younger on 26 January next year.
• Community Event of the Year – presented to the person or group who has staged the You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of
most outstanding community event during the year. the Responsible Authority: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan. 182 Halletts
If you would like to recognise an outstanding resident or an outstanding community event, Way, Darley. https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool. This can be done during office
simply download a form from our website (www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/my-council/australian- hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may
citizenship-ceremony) or pick up a form from one of our Customer Service Centres. object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority. The Responsible Authority will
not decide on the application before - 7 November 2018.
Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of business
Friday 16 November, 2018.
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
Tender Number Tender Description
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
C16-2018/2019 Waste Receival and Processing
Strategic Planner - Full Time Permanent
C17-2018/2019 Recyclables Receival and Processing
Library Officer - Casual
Applications for above position close on Friday 26 October 2018 C18-2018/2019 Green Waste Receival and Processing
C19-2018/2019 Collection and Transportation of Kerbside Waste, Recycling and Green Waste
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
C20-2018/2019 Management and Operation of Transfer Stations
C21-2018/2019 Ormond Rd, Springbank, Pavement Rehabilitation and Widening
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Monday 15 October 2018
at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

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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Science Week, where photographs, rock and fossil samples are on display at the Lerderderg
Geologist Roger Piersons says the Bacchus Marsh area “has never been in a better spot” for
prehistoric discovery.
“Bacchus Marsh is rich in sites that tell the story of extreme events. 480 million years of
geological history has left Bacchus Marsh with some of the most interesting sites in the
world,” he said.
Mr Piersons will be a guest speaker at ‘Bacch-Chat’ in the Lerderderg Library at 10 am on
Saturday 3 November 2018.
The library display is sponsored by the Bacchus Marsh Council Trench Reserve Committee
of Management and the Geological Society of Australia (Victoria).

Fossil Triassic Horsetail: During the Triassic period flowering plants had not evolved.
Fossils of ginkgo, ferns, cycads, conifers and liverworts have been identified at Council
Trench Reserve. This small fossil has preserved the distinctive ribs of Horsetails. They are
220 million years old.

Graptolite 480 m: 480 million years ago our area was under the sea. Small marine
creatures, ‘v’ shaped Graptolites, were washed into sediment deposited on the sea floor.
They were pressed into their shape and preserved in grey slates now found in the Bacchus
Marsh area.
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Marking the way

for bushwalkers
Too dark to
Emergency markers will become a
new edition in our local state parks, to
aid emergency services with locating
lost or injured visitors more quickly.
see road
Over 200 emergency markers will be By Caitlin Bewley (1st Yr Swinburne) The three victims in this case were the
installed in the Werribee Gorge State driver, the driver’s elderly mother and the
Park and Brisbane Ranges National An “unprecedented failure of judgement” driver’s two-year-old niece.
Park; as well as the Grampians almost cost an elderly woman her life when
Both the driver and the two-year-old child
National Park, Little Desert National a car collided head on with hers on Bacchus
were treated for minor injuries, the elderly
Park and along the Great Ocean Walk. Marsh-Geelong road in 2017.
woman was air lifted from the scene,
The emergency markers are signs with Nicola Paolicelli, a 58-year-old, was driving
suffering a fracture in her foot, an ACL
unique codes – for example GNP130 from Werribee to Bacchus Marsh for a social
injury, back fractures, rib fractures, a tear to
for a site within the Grampians – that dance on July 22 2017.
her oesophagus, a fractured nose, a fractured
will allow a Triple Zero operator to “It was a dry night in July, there were no
arm and was placed in a wheelchair for three
pinpoint a caller’s exact location in a street lights which made the road dark,”
park or other open public space. Prosecutor Constable Aimee Heal told the
“My client is visibly distressed and has
The installation of the markers comes spent significant time reflecting on what
“There were two stop signs, a reduce
after various rescue missions in the happened,” the accused’s lawyer told the
speed sign and warning signs before the
Werribee State Gorge, as it is often court.
difficult for lost or injured visitors to “It was unprecedented failure in his
It was alleged that the accused was
accurately describe their location in judgement and has plead guilty at the
travelling towards the T-intersection the
the dense bushland. earliest opportunity.”
night of the collision and failed to slow down
“Emergency markers have been in “Your client must take full responsibility for
upon approaching.
the You Yangs Regional Park and his actions,” Magistrate Ron Saines told the
Paolicelli told police that he was travelling
Lerderderg State Park for a number court.
between 80 and 90km/h and that he lost
of years, where they have helped “This could have been a fatality. These
sight of the road because it was so dark.
reduce response times and allowed matters are of great seriousness.”
“I do remember dimming my high beams,
injured visitors to receive medical
when I did this I lost sight of the lines,” the Paolicelli faced a fine of $1000 and his licence
attention more quickly,” said Parks
accused allegedly told police upon being was suspended for 18 months. He was also
Victoria Regional Fire and Emergency interviewed. issued with a good behaviour bond until he
Program Coordinator Mark Urquhart.
“I mean, I saw it coming, but it was too late.” is required to return back to court in 2020.
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Too close for comfort

By Caitlin Bewley (1st Yr Swinburne)

A 47-year-old man who was at the end of a four-car pile-up, attended the Bacchus Marsh
Magistrates’ court on Friday October 5 to contest a careless driving charge.
John Galea was allegedly travelling too close to the car in front of his, soon colliding with
said car and contributing to an accident.
According to the accused’s lawyer, Galea was the fourth car in a four-car pile-up and not the
driver who caused the accident.
“It all happened quickly in front of him,” the accused’s lawyer told the court.
“He [Galea] was at a safe distance but the collision was unavoidable. No one else in the
accident faced any charges.”
“I’m not unsympathetic, but in a way, it speaks for itself,” Magistrate Gregory Robinson said.
“He’s meant to be at a distance where he is able to stop without ramming into the back of

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Adopt a kitten is in season

By Carol Saffer ing, microchipping, a vaccination,
health check and worm and flea
Spring, the season of re-birth treatment.
awakening after Winter, used to be Council said if any medical issues
the clearly defined time of the year are noticed at the time, the Com-
known as kitten season. munity Safety team and the local
While kittens are now born vets liaise with each other to decide
throughout the year, Bacchus the best path of treatment.
Marsh Veterinary Centre (BMVC) “Often kittens come in underage
owner Dr Sandy Roberts still sees or underweight and are not able to
a seasonal influx of litters this time be de-sexed following their eight-
of year being handed into Moora- day holding period. If this is the
bool Shire Council. case the kittens will be held at the
BMVC veterinarian Brittany pound and monitored whilst being
Sykes, who assists Dr Roberts with cared for until they are old enough
kitten season adoptions, says dur- to have their vet work done.”
ing the ten years the program has The costs of the kitten season
been running they have adopted adoption process and program is
out about 2000 kittens and cats. covered by BMVC.
According to Ms Sykes abandoned Ms Sykes says there is not a simple
or stray litters or individual kittens way of encouraging cat owners to
are handed into the council where have their animals de-sexed.
they are assessed and held until While sometimes it is a personal
claimed or re-housed with people preference of the owner not to de-
wanting a kitten. sex their cat, domestic and feral
Those not claimed are passed onto cats have an impact on the natural
BMVC for the adoption program. animal life (birds and small
While Dr Roberts is the master Kelly and Mel with council pound kittens that are available for adoption. Photo – Lisa Comerford mammal) within the shire.
mind behind the program, Ms Ms Sykes says “we house as many get them out into a happy home name, cats of all ages go through BMVC charges $190 to have a
Sykes assists and manages kitten where they are loved,” says Ms the program for adoption) they are cat spayed. If financial hardship
as we can for people to come and
season adoptions saying, “I am held as a stray animal for a mini- precludes de-sexing there are
meet.” Sykes.
particularly passionate about it as I mum of eight days in case their programs that can assist says Ms
She says the centre gets families “We don’t give up on them. We
have a fondness for cats.” owner comes forward to reclaim Sykes. Humane Society vouchers
wanting a kitten for their kids, old- pretty much re-home all the kit-
Ms Sykes says BMVC work closely them. cover some of the cost.
tens and cats brought into us from
er people who want a companion If you would like to be added to
with Moorabool Shire, doing the council.” “Once the kitten has completed
veterinary work to have the kittens or anyone who just wants to give a the cat/kitten adoption waiting list,
Moorabool Council’s Community its eight days as a stray and is old
de-sexed, vaccinated, wormed and home and love to a kitten. Safety department said before any enough and healthy enough, they please contact the clinic on 5367
micro-chipped and health checked “One of the nicest parts of my job feline goes through the kitten re- go to the vets for a vet work com- 4000 or email bmvet@westvetcare.
before being put up for adoption. is being able to save the kittens and homing program (and despite the pleted check. This includes de-sex- com.au.

In October, ten wind farms around Australia will be throwing open their gates
to the public for a range of fun and informative open day events.
Join the Moorabool Wind Farm Team on SATURDAY 20th OCTOBER
Landscape andtoVisual celebrateScreening
Wind Farm Open Day. – Moorabool
North Moorabool Wind Farm Information Centre
Owners of residential dwellings 120 Inglis
within 4kmStreet, Ballan North Wind Farm are invited to
of the Moorabool
participate in a landscape and visual 20thprogram.
screening October
10am – 11.30am
This is a requirement of the Moorabool Wind Farm Planning Permit to assist those closest
Live Music
neighbours and Refreshments
in reducing the visual impacts of theSchools
project. Colouring Competition
Raffle Prizes (Proceeds to CWA Ballan)
All agreed works are undertaken by model wind turbine
• Solar
Moorabool North Wind Farm at no cost to
$50 voucher
for Zest Cafe, The Tin Plate Cafe and Mill Rose Cottage Café
• Dinner for 2 at Gordon Bleu, Gordon and an exclusive tour of the wind farm. (Dinner Value $150)

Find Out More

If you would like to find out more information
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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.

Moorabool Mission Recovery Group

ADULT EDUCATION Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Service Times - St John’s Ballan 1st & 3rd Sundays -
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service. Service
Ballan Playgroup Times - St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays –
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre 5pm. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church
Ballan Uniting Church
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. 905 558 Tamsin.  B3 Community - Focused, family friendly church with a
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Ballan Anglers Inc Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
u3abacchus.org.au 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
0400 003 936. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
MEETINGS Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Church of the Living God - Christian youth ministry and
Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Enquiries - 0400 052 857.
ages. At 14 Darcy St, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273.
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley, Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Ballan & District CWA at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Enq - 0421 222 717. Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
The Pottery Group Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome.
MARKETS 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Ballan Lions Club Market
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Next market – Saturday 3 November 2018
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Darley Market
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
Saturday 20 October, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
145 (Alan).
Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market – Saturday 10 November, 9am-1pm. 2nd
Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq – 0498 361
291 or 0490 114 130.


5/7/18 6-7pm Ballan Cloud Automation for business Marmoset
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6/9/18 6-7.30pm Ballan Budgeting for small business Accountable

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Business Plans
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Incredible Home, Spectacular Views! Female President

at the helm
Gil King, Chief Executive Officer, REIV

The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV)

is pleased to announce that the Board has
elected Robyn Waters as President for 2018-

NEW OFFICE! 19: the third female REIV President since
A formidable force in the Victorian real

YPA Bacchus
6 Banadell Avenue, Darley estate industry, Ms Waters was the first
Stunning, irreplaceable views surrounding the picture-perfect Lerderderg State Park, Australian woman to be appointed World
native Australia is at your doorstep! ‘The Eagleview’ is a rare, unique real estate President of the International Real Estate
opportunity, displaying an impressive blend of home living and complete privacy, the Federation (FIABCI) in May 2014.
generous proportions of this home make for a sensational family domain on an impressive
She served on the REIV Board as Senior
and rare 4875m2 (approx.) block. This perfect home offers glamorous ambience throughout
making this fantastic value for your money and an irreplaceable purchase. Comprising of Vice President in 2017-18 and Director from

four generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, master bedroom with large walk in robe and 2001 to 2006 as well as being a ministerial
full en-suite. The central hub to the home encompasses multiple living spaces ensuring appointment to the Estate Agents Council Robyn Waters
enough room for the whole family, all complimented by an open front formal lounge with from 2015 to 2018.
bay window providing jaw dropping views all year round. The beautiful kitchen not only Ms Waters is a licensed estate agent who of property rights, sustainability and
appeals aesthetically but provides an area with sun drenched light and enough space for
operates as a sole trader providing real estate affordability.
the most avid of chefs, large adjoining meals area provides additional storage space and
private access to the rear alfresco for access to the enormous parcel of land. services to a select portfolio of clients. She is Through this work, Ms Waters has learned
the Real Estate Institute of Australia’s (REIA) that the real estate industry is intrinsically
PRICE: $780,000 to $820,000 Trustee to the International Ethical Standards linked to the livability and prosperity of our
Coalition and a fellow of the REIA and Royal community which is particularly relevant in
Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Regional Victoria.
Same| Same
| Same
| New
| New Location Ms Waters was born and raised in a real
estate family in the northern suburbs of
Congratulations to Leah Calnan on her
election as Senior Vice President and Adam
Melbourne and has witnessed the industry’s Docking to Vice President.
evolution since the early 1980s. Richard Simpson, the 2017-18 REIV
Ms Waters’ role with the FIABCI, an President, helped navigate the REIV through
NGO member of the Economic and Social the largest review of property legislation in
Committee of the United Nations, has taken the State’s history. As the Immediate Past
her to 38 countries. Some of the FIABCI’s President, Mr Simpson will continue to make
current work is in the areas of protection a valuable contribution to the REIV.

Ballan-Daylesford Road, Bunding, VIC | 129.5 HA / 320 AC Approx.
Grazing Land; 2 Titles; River Frontage;
Mineral Springs
• Ideally-located between Daylesford and Ballan this
attractive property features: undulating pasture;
reasonable fencing; Werribee River frontage; 3 mineral
springs (one providing magnificent potable water
@ 2,500 gals/day); stock dams; scattered trees;
abundant wildlife and views of the surrounding
• This property may be purchased as a whole (2 titles)
or separately. Each title provides an opportunity to
construct a dwelling STCA
• This land is within 5 minutes of Ballan (rail station)
and the Western Hwy providing easy access to
Melbourne, Geelong and Ballarat
elling? Call Thinking
Vickie Ramon
of Selling?
0403 194
or Shane
0403 194
or Shane
082 O’Brien 0431 766 082
Expressions of Interest
Submission date Friday 2nd November, 5pm
Bram Gunn 0400 683 222

ypa.com.au ypa.com.au
Bernie Shanahan 0429 184 996

arsh 4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh Elders Ballarat 03 5337 9999

‘Springbank’ – Stunning, Historical Lifestyle Property


Here is an opportunity to become a custodian of Victorian history with this incredible lifestyle opportunity. Breathtaking
views, amazing water catchment with a 49.7 mega litre irrigation licence, improved pastures & impressive
infrastructure on approx 160 acres with a further road licence of approx 6 acres. The extensively renovated home
comprises of three bedrooms, a study, three living areas with wood heating, a gas log heater, quality carpets,
polished timber flooring & plenty of natural light. With amazing inclusions, this must be inspected!
Price: $1,850,000

Agent: Matthew Edwards

0401 728 881
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au www.prdballarat.com.au
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Photo ID required

3 2 2
Darley 44 Manning Blvd LAND 4043m2 Bacchus Marsh 3 Steele Court Bed Bath Car

1 Arce Block With Magic Views Private Sale Handy to Everywhere Private Sale
This 1 acre parcel of land is situated in $395,000 - $425,000 There is plenty of room to live, relax $495,000 - $515,000
the prestigious Manning Estate. With and entertain in this immaculate kept
180 degrees views of the countryside Office home with easy care gardens. Located Office
2/137 Main Street, 2/137 Main Street,
and Lerderderg State Park, stretching in a private court setting and only
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all the way to Melbourne CBD. No minutes from the vibrant main street
waiting for titles, ready for you to start Contact shopping precinct and popular primary Contact
building your family’s dream home. Len Smith 0418 343 754 schools this home will certainly impress Len Smith 0418 343 754
Very accessible to all of the Bacchus Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with it’s many features, so call today to Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
Marsh township amenities, Golf Course, make your appointment.
schools and the new Halletts Way
freeway entry / exit ramp to Melbourne.

Photo ID required

3 2 4
Bacchus Marsh 4 Albion Lane Darley 70 Holts Lane Bed Bath Car

Titled Land & Ready To Build on Private Sale Great Value Offered Here Private Sale
This super sized parcel of land $380,000-$390,000 This affordable home would make a $475,000
is located on the exciting new perfect start for the first home buyer
Underbank Estate and is titled and Office Office
2/137 Main Street,
or investor. Conveniently located to 2/137 Main Street,
ready to build your dream home popular schools, shops and with easy
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
on. The overall land size is 942 freeway access to Melb & Ballarat.
square metres and perfectly flat Contact 3 bedrooms master with ENS & WIRs, Contact
with no easements. Located on the Len Smith 0418 343 754 Lounge/dining, kitchen/meals with Len Smith 0418 343 754
Underbank Estate so close to all of Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 quality appliances. Double carport Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
Bacchus Marsh’s township amenities. which is enclosed & separate workshop
For further details please call the at rear. Discover the possibilities this
selling agents. home has to offer today.

Saturday Saturday
2.00-2.30pm 1.00-1.30pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

4 2 4 3 2 1
Coimadai 195 Camerons Road Bed Bath Car
Maddingley 3/1 McCrae Street Bed Bath Car

Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale Maddingley Side Private Sale
14.85 Acres $1,999,000 Perfectly located just minutes from $489,000 - $499,000
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive Train station, Maddingley Park
home to this haven where privacy and Office and popular Schools is this quality Office
2/137 Main Street, 2/137 Main Street,
serenity go hand in hand. This grand townhouse in a complex of 3. Light
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
blue stone built home strikes a balance and bright interiors features polished
between elegance and character. Contact timber flooring, high ceilings, gas Contact
Situated on approx. 14.85 acres of Len Smith 0418 343 754 central heating & evaporative cooling. Len Smith 0418 343 754
predominantly cleared land with a little Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, quality Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
light bush and with amazing view to the appliances to kitchen, great outdoor
Wombat State Forest. entertainment area, single garage plus
workshop. Perfect in every way.
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Sold for $700,000
Darley 10 Currington Crescent
Grand & Modern Family Home in a Cosy Location!
Sleek design, classy décor and plenty of
space for the growing family is what this
Private Sale

$689,000 - $739,000
By appointment
2 3
Sold in 1 week for $652,000
Darley 8 Tate Street
Stunning Family Domain
Comprising of four generously sized Private Sale
bedrooms, master bedroom with WIR & full Inspect

$639,000 - $669,000
By appointment
2 2

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

beautiful property presents. Set in a quiet Photo ID required ENS, formal front lounge, spacious kitchen Photo ID required
court location this spacious family home Contact Alannah Shea 0412 856 347 boasts a full walk in pantry, the second Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
offers four bedrooms master with ENS and Shane Spiteri 0488 980 115 living area flows onto your final lounge/ Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
his/hers WIRs with 3 large living zones on a rumpus room providing the whole family
massive approx 827m2 block. space and comfort.

YPA breaking records and expanding team

Buying/Selling/Leasing call YPA 5310 1333

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 1/20 Standfield Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 3/40 Raglan Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 1 1 1

You Can’t Get More Central! Invest or Occupy, The Choice is Yours
Located in one of the most sought after streets in Bacchus Marsh, this Great opportunity to get into the property market as an owner occupier
neat front 2 bedroom unit within easy walking distance to Main Street or investor. Neat 1-bedroom unit with freshly painted walls & ceilings,
shopping precinct, hospital, schools and Railway Station presents a new carpet throughout and an LG split system. Conveniently located to
great opportunity for owner occupiers or astute investors alike. Don’t Darley Primary, Darley Park & Darley Plaza. Private garden area to the
miss this rare opportunity! rear & car space. Potential rent of $200 per week. This would be a great
property to live in or to add to your portfolio.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 27th October 11.00am AUCTION Saturday 10th November 11.00am
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au NEW LISTING CONTACT
Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297

FOR SALE 31 Wellington Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 98 Underbank Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 3 1 2

It Just Feels Like Home! What An Opportunity

Perfectly located in a quiet court within easy walking distance to Invest, renovate or move straight in. Neat and affordable 3-bedroom, 1
shopping plaza and primary school. Features 4 bedrooms (main with bathroom, 2 car garage property is perfect for the first home buyer or
full ENS & WIR) the remaining 3 generous sized bedrooms have BIRs. investor. Situated in the ever popular Underbank Estate. Featuring 3
Central bathroom, W/C, laundry, Blackwood kitchen, living/dining area bedrooms all with BIRs, a light filled living area which connects the
that adjoins rumpus/family room with cathedral ceilings & wood generously sized kitchen and dining area, with access to the rear patio.
heater. Ducted heating & cooling & ceiling fans throughout. All this on a large, flat block of 763m².
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $545,000 FOR SALE $430,000-$450,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au NEW LISTING CONTACT
Liam Gair 0407 385 297

FOR SALE 24 Main Street, Myrniong FOR SALE 18 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 3 3 1 2

Hamlet Living! Magnificent Neighbourhood

Tidy weatherboard on large block in the Main Street of Myrniong. One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home
Consisting of 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/meals, bathroom, sunroom with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing sunroom.
& laundry the home is comfortable for living right now & ready for the Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block
astute buyer to add their own personal touch. Extend or renovate, 3 car within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools.
garage, and sundry shedding. Walking distance to the highly regarded Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately
Myrniong Primary School, across the road from the Plough Hotel. 766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $380,000-$410,000 FOR SALE $550,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 62 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4 Shields Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 2

Unique Development Opportunity Magnificent Neighbourhood

3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 900sqm block with plans & permits Classic one owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom
for 2 x 6 star energy rated, 2 bedroom, one bathroom, single garage home with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing
units to the rear. Generate a rental income from the house while you sunroom offers great potential for those looking for a renovation
develop the rear. House currently returning $16,640pa & flexible opportunity in one of the best neighbourhoods in town. Beautiful
settlement terms are available. Visit our website today for full plans, gardens, a carport and large workshop shed. Corner block 766m2 and
soil tests, rental appraisals, Section 32. also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000 FOR SALE $560,000-$580,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 29 Lidgett Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Young Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 6 3 1 2

Perfect Place to Start! Park The Car and Walk to Everything!

This solid family home is ideally located within walking distance to Main This fantastic as new home is literally right in the heart of town. The 3
Street shopping precinct, schools, kindergarten & parks. Featuring 3 spacious bedrooms all offer BIRs, 11ft ceilings & ceiling fans, central
bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom & good sized lounge. Ideal for first home bathroom boasts a fantastic free standing bath, large shower & vanity.
buyers or investors alike as it sits on a 577m² corner block with a big Ducted heating and reverse cycle split system a/c in the main living
backyard. Great value at $390,000. room. Large covered rear deck which overlooks landscaped backyard.
Corner block, carport for 2 cars.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $370,000-$390,000 FOR SALE $575,000-$595,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 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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CANCER—June 22 2018 Page 19
In spheres of romance and finance, change is the current
pattern. This is a good sporting week - make a favourite
spectator activity into a participant one.

Stars & Puzzles LEO—July 23-August 22

Show business is part of the week’s colourful scene.
Homelife can be a little out of order. Watch out what you
are arranging and rearranging. This is not the time to be
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Watch out for a small financial setback, then money mat-
★★★★★★★★ ✯✯✯✯✯✯
ters improve and you can relax. Think about a small jaunt.
It could be a great week for a small holiday. Stay away
from mechanical tasks.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ Friendship is the week’s theme. Watch that you are not
shunning reality. Face facts, face yourself and you won’t
have to face any music. Be alert to family needs.

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21

Again your artful approach comes to the rescue. The This is a marvellous time to develop budding relation-
weekend favours lively entertainment. Correspondence ships. Try offbeat touches - the means can be as much
of any type requires a second reading for between-the- fun as the desired result. Procrastination is out, especially
lines information. where health matters are concerned.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
An opportunity opens for advancement and change. Your workload eases and listlessness increases corre-
Financial gains are indicated on the weekend. Your ro- spondingly. Look quickly for a new outlet. Don’t post-
mantic life may seem dull now, but don’t try too hard. pone family pow wows. Thursday and Friday are intui-
There may be an amusing mix-up Thursday - Friday. tive days, so follow your heart.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Watch out for changing conditions and be ready to up- Congratulations are in store, though not for anything in
date some of your ideals and question values. A new found particular. As more responsibility is given to you, the key
friend will make you cheerful and laugh a lot. is to not loose your sense of humour. An unexpected
CANCER—June 22-July 22 financial gain could arrive around the weekend.
NO. 9063 In spheres of romance and finance, change is the current AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN pattern. This is a good sporting week - make a favourite
1. Disdain (8) 2. Opus (5) spectator activity into a participant one. For the attached, this is a great time to get to know your
6. Break (4) 3. Musical instrument (7) mate much better. For singles, the weekend offers new
8. Bill of fare (4) 4. Brood (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 opportunities for mingling. Check your memory and
9. Spendthrift (8) 5. Garment (8) check your calendar.
Show business is part of the week’s colourful scene.
10. Nag (5) 6. Erect (5) Homelife can be a little out of order. Watch out what you PISCES—February 20-March 20
11. Staid (6) 7. Strew (7) are arranging and rearranging. This is not the time to be
13. Fowl (6) 12. Gem (8) Your ideas are good, but they can’t exist in a vacuum.
matchmaker. Share them, then watch them develop. This is not a time
15. Venerate (6) 14. Fishing (7)
17. Horrified (6) 16. Traveller (7) for hasty decisions. Old contacts may be getting in touch.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
19. Synthetic polymer (5) 18. Relieve (5)
22. Treacherous (8) 20. Vegetable (5) Watch out for a small financial setback, then money mat- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Slick (4) 21. Melancholy (4) ters improve and you can relax. Think about a small jaunt. You are great at conversation and you can put the quietest
24. Hideous (4) It could be a great week for a small holiday. Stay away of occasions into top gear. You are always on the move
25. Tree (8) from mechanical tasks. and willing to try new things.

CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22

ACROSS Friendship is the week’s theme. Watch that you are not
shunning reality. Face facts, face yourself and you won’t

1. In the light, the male cop caught a lad running (8). 6.
Prints of fish (4). 8. Proper margin to have on a page have to face any music. Be alert to family needs.
(4). 9. Found one tin damaged and I polished off (8). 10.
Selected cold water (5). 11. He instructs the clerk (6). SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
13. Not feeling well, I put on the central heating and it’s This is a marvellous time to develop budding relation-
hot (6). 15. Having left one, had called round to get the
decision (6). 17. Stumble and do knock over the stand NUMBER GAME
ships. Try offbeat touches - the means can be as much
fun as the desired result. Procrastination is out, especially
(6). 19. A girl, small, with a friend (5). 22. In the old days, where health matters are concerned.
certainly, favouring a shoot-out (8). 23. Cuts back: we ANSWER BELOW
keep quiet about it (4). 24. As soon as it’s cold; within an SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
hour (4). 25. Taking time off, are convinced it’s worth a
lot of money (8). Your workload eases and listlessness increases corre-
DOWN spondingly. Look quickly for a new outlet. Don’t post-
2. He covers up the man with soil (5). 3. The girl and the pone family pow wows. Thursday and Friday are intui-
mother had sole mousse (7). 4. Caught in a hand, it’s tive days, so follow your heart.
biting (4). 5 They call one’s attention to the dogs (8). 6.
Teach by repetition and bore (5). 7. It flies onto the sharp CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
point (7). 12. Learns, when one comes upon unconscious Congratulations are in store, though not for anything in
(5,3). 14. Instrument with a loop on the end that can kill particular. As more responsibility is given to you, the key
(7). 16. Hates being the also-ran (7). 18. Police band is to not loose your sense of humour. An unexpected
(5). 20. Let down, scowl (5). 21. You stand outside, hot financial gain could arrive around the weekend.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
For the attached, this is a great time to get to know your
Loathes (anag.). 18, Posse. 20, Lower. 21, T-H-ee.
Drill. 7, Bitter-N. 12, Finds out. 14, Harp-O-on. 16,
mate much better. For singles, the weekend offers new
opportunities for mingling. Check your memory and
Down - 2, E-Art-h. 3, Dam-osel. 4, A-c-id. 5, Pointers. 6, check your calendar.
Across - 1, Sash. 7, Philander. 8, Airy. 9, Spin. 10, Gate.
C-e. 25, T-rea-sure.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
11, Puma. 14, Convenient. 16, Receptacle. 19, Moth.
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10, C-hose. 11, Teller. 13, Ch-ill-I. 15, Ru-L-I-ng. 17, Trip- Your ideas are good, but they can’t exist in a vacuum.
Down - 1, Swamp. 2, Strum. 3, Chopin. 4, Glance. 5,
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Build. 7, Scatter. 12, Amethyst. 14, Angling. 16, Voyager. You are great at conversation and you can put the quietest
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Ties. 22, On-C-e. 24, Aces. 25, Lam-p. 26, As a re-su-lt.
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27, Pool (rev.).
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Tail (tale). 6, A-long-side. 12, Em-ptin-ess. 13, Smug
(rev.). 15, Meet. 17, E-lapse. 18, Treb-L-e. 20, I-d-a-H-
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Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Ballan Bowling Club

Division 3 was at home to
The Centre held their Offi- Central Wendouree bowling
cial Opening of the 2018/19 club last Saturday and the
track & field season. Presi- weather was perfect for
dent, Maria Downes ex- some great bowls.
tended a warm welcome Ballan got off to an early
to Life Members, Distin- lead and the scores were
guished Service Members never far apart for the
entire afternoon, but luckily
and wished all athletes the
Ballan was able to hold on
best for the season. Centre to a 16-shot win. The rink
Captains, Kayla Downes of Stewart, McNaughton,
and Solomon Miesen were Jenkins and Smith were the
announced and presented biggest winner of the day by
with Captain badges and 21-shots.
certificates. The rink skippered by Peter
O’Connell won by 11-shots
Once all the formalities
while the rinks of skippers
were completed the compe- Love and Coffey had close
tition meet got underway. losses.
The keen and enthusiastic Division 9 travelled to
athletes produced some fan- BMLAC 2018/19 Centre Captains, Solomon & Kayla. Daylesford and after a very
tastic results with three new tight tussle all day were
Centre records set for the claiming his second record The Centre hopes to enter unfortunately beaten by just
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Downes set her first Centre
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Deja Vu Batting
Collapse Costs Ballan Golf Club
By Todd Whelan
Results - Week ending Saturday 13 October
Wednesday– Stableford, Men’s & Ladies
Winner Bob Arklay (10) 33 points,
R/up John Fitzgerald (26) 31 points.
Darley Cricket Club Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay.
The Darley Lions first grade Saturday Stroke – Gold Medal
outfit has squandered another A Grade - Winner Les Martin 77-17-60.
opportunity to kickstart their R/u Ian Bragge 78-17-61.
season on their home deck, B Grade - Winner Vic Buttigieg 87-25-62
suffering a four-wicket loss to on c/b from Athol Love 82-20-62.
Wendouree last Saturday. The Intermediates after their first place in Revue.
NTPs - 2nd Les Martin, 12th Peter Di Fiore,
Photo - submitted
The day started well for the Lions after winning the toss 15th Anthony Moore.

and electing to bat. Similar to last week the opening pair of Magpie - 1  Frank White, 14th Chris Tudor.

Michael Alexander (44) and Ryan Ali (18) did the hard yards Balls 6, Cut-off 62: Ian Bragge, Vic Buttigieg, Les Martin,
early, putting on 40-runs for the first wicket. Athol Love, Steve Chesters, Don Wickson.

Calisthenics College
Alexander, whose innings included six boundaries, had Gold Medal Play-off: Bob Arklay v Ken Muhlhan.
the visitors on the back foot before he was bowled trying to

Ballan Brumbies
sweep, with the score on tender hooks at 4/95.
While the middle order duo of Joel Cadman (21) and Heath
The club is heading into the home stretch from a competition
Pritchard (16) showed some resistance to put on 26 for the perspective.

fifth wicket, the tail offered very little. The Lions lost their
The Seniors closed out their competition season at the
last six wickets for just 15-runs to be all out for a vulnerable
Westside Competitions held at St Bernards College in
136 off 45.3 overs.
Essendon. They came away with the following placings:
Lions playing coach Michael Alexander was frustrated with Results – Week ending 14 October Highly Commended – March, Free Exercises & Aesthetics,
the batting performance. Honourable Mention – Clubs & Dance Arrangement,
Under 10 Boys
“Even though we were better with the bat this week, we just 3rd-Rods.
Ballan White 16 lost Excies Acmy White 24
gave up any momentum we had too easily,” he said. The Juniors, Sub Juniors and Tinies have also completed
Ballan Blue 3 lost Excies Acmy Maroon 22
“Too many wickets falling too regularly makes it tough their Westside competition. The Sub Juniors were awarded
Under 10 Girls
going,” he said. the following placings: March – 3rd, Clubs - 2nd, Free
Ballan 27 def Sovereign Knights 6
“I thought we were about 20-runs shy of being right in the Exercises – 3rd, Rods – Honourable Mention, Aesthetics –
Under 12 Boys 3rd, and Revue – Highly Commended. This was the Tinies
Ballan White 14 lost Drummo Dragons 24 final competition where they placed 2nd in Rods and Song,
“The wicket was a little drier than last week but overall it
Ballan Blue 12 drew Wildcats 12 Honourable Mention – Free Exercise and Dance. Likewise,
played well, runs were easier to score early when the ball was
Under 12 Girls with the Juniors – their final competition saw them place
coming onto the bat.”
Bye Honourable Mention: Song & Dance, Highly Commended:
The Lions slim hopes of defending their modest total were March, Clubs, Free Ex, Rods, and Aesthetics. It was however
Under 14 Boys
given a boost when Dale Lock (2/21) dismissed Wendouree’s the Intermediates who truly finished off their competition
Ballan White 2 lost Sovereign Knights 24
two opening batsmen in good time to have the visitors season with their best results for the year. Their final
reeling at 2/18. Ballan Blue 18 def Drummo Dragons Black 15
competition was at Royal South Street Society Eisteddfod
Ballan Gold - Bye
A steadying third wicket partnership of 60 would relieve which this year was held at Founder’s Theatre at Federation
the pressure and ultimately set up the win for Wendouree. Under 14 Girls
University in Ballarat while Her Majesty’s Theatre is
Ballan White 5 lost Ballan Brumbies Blue 38
The Lions bowling effort was again stoic and economical undergoing renovations. They were awarded the following
despite ‘wide’ trouble on occasions. Ten-wides didn’t help Ballan Blue 38 def Ballan Brumbies White 5 placings: March – Honourable Mention, Clubs – Highly
the defence even though it was a better return than their 15 Under 16 Boys Commended, Free Exercises – 3rd, Rods – 3rd, and Revue
the previous week. It took the visitors 48.4 overs to overcome Ballan 27 lost Celtic Tigers Red 44 – 1st.
the run chase. Under 16 Girls Coach Susy Carr said It was great to see all the hard work
Lions speedster Dale Lock was ably assisted with the ball Bye paying off.
by 18-year-old off spinner Corey Beaton (3/24) and Bradley Under 18 Boys “I’m so proud of the huge improvement in all their items and
Barnes (2/20) from their allotted 10 overs, but defending 136 Ballan 15 lost Celtic Tigers Red 60 how they worked both on stage and off.”
was always going to be tough against the strong batting line-

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Alexander acknowledged that there were problems with the
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very happy with the bowling group.

Darley will host East Ballarat this Saturday in what is
Saturday 13th October
looming as a mini crunch game already for the club after two
opening round home losses. East Ballarat have a win and a
loss on the board thus far.
Darley 136 all out, Overs 45.3. M. Alexander 44, J. Cadman
21, R. Ali 18.
Wendouree 6/137, Overs 48.4. C. Beaton 3/24, D. Locke 2/21,
B. Barnes 2/20.
Wendouree won by 4 wickets.
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Darley 6/216, Overs 40. M. Ingvorsen 135, C. McDonald 35.

Wendouree White 5/181, Overs 40. C. McDonald 4/47,
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Darley won by 35 runs.
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Cricketers receive club awards Ballan Cricket Club

Ballan 1st XI
By Chris Thom Ballan 9/147 defeated Buninyong 10/112
Batting - T Landt 34 no, D Gardiner 19, A Cairns
The Ballan Cricket Club has 18, J McGregor 17, L Snaith 17, T McGregor 4 no
begun their 2018/19 season, Bowling - M Snaith 8.3-4-5/14, B Loughnane
so it is only appropriate to 9-1-4/18, S Dehnert 4-1-14
acknowledge the presen- Tim Landt was the standout batsman making
tations from the 2017/18 34 not out. Ballan bowlers bowled a good tight
season. line all day, led by Michael Snaith with five
Club President and senior wickets and Ben Loughnane four wickets; they
were well supported by all fielders.
coach Noel Heafield was Jack McGregor with the “U16 Cricketer Ballan 2nd XI: Won by a forfeit
MC for the evening and of the Year” shield. Jack also won the
Daniel Pascoe. Ballan’s Ballarat Cricket Association wicket Ballan 3rd XI
loosened up the crowd of
U14 Cricketer of the keeping for the 2nd grade competition Ballan 4/ 87 lost Coronet City 4/193
around 150 with some hu- Year. with 18 dismissals. Batting - R Taylor 47no, H Dickson 13, G Muir
mour and laughs. 10no
The U12s and U13s all re- Bowling - J Costello 5-1-1/10, R Taylor 8-0-1/24,
ceived individual awards C Pascoe 5-0-1/25, G Muir 3-0-1/13
from their coaches, Troy First game with lots of young players who
Connor, Anthony McIlwaine fielded well; only lost four wickets for a total of Victoria Berton hitting solidly.
and Ash Smith. 87. A special mention to Roger Taylor who made
47 not out, George Muir for his 10 not out for an
The U14 awards were pre-
unfinished partnership of 51. A lot of promise
sented by Noel Heafield, showed by all players.
with Daniel Pascoe receiv- Under 15
ing the U14 Cricketer of the Ballan 10/75 lost Mt Clear 3/175
Year Award. Batting - D Pascoe 32, J Horan 21, T Parente 10
Peter McGregor delivered Chris Mullane presenting the “Chris Mullane 2nd XI Bowling - N Loft 2-0-2/18, D Pascoe 3-0-1/22
the U16 awards with his son Cricketer of the Year” award to Tyler Trickey.
Great team performance for first match in
Jack winning the U16 Crick- under 15s led by captain Daniel Pascoe; great
eter of the Year shield. encouragement was showed by all throughout
Next up were the awards the whole day.
for the One Day C Grade Under 12 Blue
side with Captain Rob Lind- Ballan 5/53 lost St Anthony’s 3/74
sey doing the honours along Batting - S Horan 8 ret, J Bower 6, A Eskdale 4
with Noel. Tyler Trickey
Bowling - C Matheson 3-0-1-9
won the Chris Mullane 2nd
Batting was led by newcomer Samantha Horan,
XI Cricketer of the Year with
Albie Eskdale, Darcy Smits and Eamon Grigg Archie Connor bowling.
Chris presenting the shield. all being retired during the batting innings.
From the Firsts (1sts) Cap- Michael Snaith and David McConnell with the “McConnell Bowlers were led by Clancy Matheson and
tain Michael Snaith and Family 1st XI Club Champion” Shield. Photos – Chris Thom Connor Durante with a wicket each, bowling
Noel handed out the awards the batsman; they were well supported by all
with Dave McConnell pre- fielders.
Under 12 White
senting Michael with the
Ballan 7/73 def Melton Royals 2/67
McConnell Family 1st XI
Batting - E Ayres 11no, A McILwaine 10, J
Cricketer of the Year.
Mauriks 8no, A Connor 6no
Michael Conroy presented Bowling - A Connor 2-3-1/7, C McIlwaine 2-3-
the Leigh Conroy Memo- 0/5, M Ayres 2-4-0/7, V Berton 3-6-0/10
rial Best Clubman award to, Some solid partnerships were established
dual winners, Troy Connor between batters and bowlers, highlighted
and Anthony McIlwaine for by Archie Connor and Clover McIlwaine
their tireless efforts behind midway through the batting innings. Fantastic
the scenes and with the U12 efforts behind the stumps by Beth and Eloise
Troy Connor & Anthony McIlwaine winning the “Leigh Davenport. A big welcome to our debut player
team last season. Conroy Best Clubman” award. Niamh Mauriks. Clover McIlwaine. Photos – Chris Thom

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