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Principal’s principles
By Kate Taylor

Bacchus Marsh Grammar is likely to move out of Moorabool if a

proposal by Maddingley Brown Coal to start dumping putrescible waste
at its tip goes through.
“Yes, the school will be seriously considering whether its current
location is a viable location for a school - the bottom line is, Moorabool
can have a big tip or a big school but it can’t have both,” Principal of
Bacchus Marsh Grammar Andrew Neal told the Moorabool News.
“For us it’s not an angry thing, it’s a really simple thing - the two land
uses don’t co-exist.”
Mr Neal pointed out the school has already been closely co-existing
with the tip – but that changing the tip to include putrescible waste
could spell the end for the campus.
“If there is an expansion of the nature of the facility then it’s probably a
step too far for the school. It’s as simple as that.
“Of our total enrolment, about 700 students come out of Moorabool –
but the other 1,800 of those students come from the western suburbs
of Melbourne and if we are forced to relocate, there is a certain logic to
move out of Moorabool.”
The ramifications would be huge – Bacchus Marsh Grammar is the fifth-
largest independent school in the state, it’s the largest in the Western
suburbs and the largest from Maribyrnong to the border, with 2,500
“Being such a large school has economic advantages for Bacchus Marsh
and generates activity in and around the community; if we were forced
into relocating, it would have a significant impact,” Mr Neal explained.
“For a whole lot of historical and aesthetic reasons we would like to
remain in Moorabool because one of the features we have is that with
the parents, they like students to be educated in a rural environment - a
putrescible waste dump next door is not really conducive to that,” he
The school would, unsurprisingly, be likely to have difficulty attracting
students if it is located next to a putrescible waste dump.
“When I arrived as Principal 21-years ago there was one file on the desk
- and that file related to the land use at the back of the school, the tip. We
don’t particularly like the situation now, but the putrescible waste dump
that Maddingley Brown Coal is proposing is a step too far and this is the
straw that breaks the camel’s back.
“Imagine that you’re a parent from Altona and you’re driving in to
potentially put your child into Bacchus Marsh Grammar and you come
up the southern entrance of the town and you have a putrescible waste
dump component. Ask yourself, would you put your child into that
school? That’s the question that people have to understand.”
Measures have already been put in place – three classes of Grade Six,
about 90 students, are now operating at the new Woodlea campus
instead of Maddingley.
“That’s because of the uncertain situation we find ourselves in. The
capital investment that would have gone into having those students in
Moorabool now goes into having them in Melton Shire and that’s just
because of the uncertainty. If it actually goes ahead then it’s going to be
a lot more drastic.”
A submission on behalf of the school has already been made to council
on Maddingley Brown Coal’s permit amendment application process.
“We are very determined to try to find a solution that works for
everyone, we’re not saying that it’s our way or no way, but what we are
Principal Andrew Neal has concerns if the amended permit is approved for putrescible waste at the Maddingley Brown Coal site. saying is we can’t live with a putrescible waste dump basically on our
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Community objects to
plan for waste
By Kate Taylor East Ward Councillor To- meeting had only gone for
nia Dudzik and CEO Derek one hour and they did not
Opposition appears to be Madden attended the meet- News understand why it was fin-
Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au The Moorabool News – 19 February, 2019 Page 3

growing against a proposal ing, along with planning ishing up.

by Maddingley Brown Coal
to bring rubbish into Moora-
bool and dump it in its exist-
staff, General Manager
Satwinder Sandhu with a Potential for putrid Mayor Tatchell then took
the microphone, explaining
presentation on the process that council and councillors
ing tip.
MBC has applied to Moora-
bool Shire Council to amend
by Bronwyn Southee (Coor-
dinator Statutory Planning).
smells from mine are hamstrung by legislation
around the process.
All stressed that no decision ‘We don’t make the rules,
By Helen Tatchell

its existing permit so that A notice of an application to amend a planning permit has been lodged with council, and
on the proposed amendment residents in the area are not happy.
but we don’t break them ei-
it can dump putrescible Maddingley Brown Coal Pty Ltd (MBC) has submitted the application to ‘Amend the
has been made by council Wording’ of Condition 11 and 21 on their permit, to enable putrescible waste to be accepted
ther,” Cr Tatchell said.
rubbish such as household at the site.

yet. Currently the permit allows for Use and Development of the Land for a Landfill, Production
Submissions from the com-
waste at its tip as part of of Soil and Soil Products (including Composting) and Works Associated with those Uses;

“Is this a done deal? No, it’s munity can now be made
Materials and Recycling (Metals and Construction and Demolition Waste) at 11 Tilleys Road

commercial arrangements. in Maddingley.

not,” one planning officer directly to council.

At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 6 February, resident Mr Gerard Miller asked

Already, 424 objections have

councillors to consider a greater distance than the 500-metre radius distribution of notices to
residents, which he believes is “inadequate.”
told the meeting. “There’s Current submissions raise
been lodged – however that
“There are neighbours who live closer than me, and they don’t have a notice. Can the
notices be sent to at least a one-kilometre radius, or even two-kilometres, as this proposed
a whole lot of stuff that amendment application will have a great effect on everyone in the area.
questions and concerns
number is set to grow after “The Grammar school didn’t even know about it, and they are on the door step of the mine,”

people were encouraged to goes into making the final Mr Miller said.
around the impact on pub-
Council officers agreed to an extended mail out distance to one-kilometre.

send questions and submis- determination.” Another resident Bob Levy took to social media to inform residents of the proposed
amendment and possible impact on the saleability of homes and land.
lic health, the environment,
sions in writing to council, at Questions from the floor in- “The changes concern a larger area than the mail out reached.
“I feel very confident in saying there will be a number of days each year where a greater than
amenity, the close proximity
a meeting held last week. cluded whether a fire such as 2.5km distance will be impacted by odours and dust,” Mr Levy said.
However, Hemla Reddy - on behalf of MBC - said in a letter (26 Oct 2018) to a Council officer
to residences, schools and
About 150 locals gathered that at the Hazlewood mine that the amendment application submitted to Council requires no further engineering for the
acceptance of municipal/putrescible waste.
gateways into the town.
at the public forum where could be prevented, com- Part of the Maddingley Brown Coal rubbish site. Photo – Helen Tatchell
“The EPA-approved design for Cell 6, (EPA approval dated 22 March 2018), currently
under construction, achieves the criteria of a Landfill BPEM (Best Practice Environmental All submitter’s will be no-
ments around the current tified two weeks before a
Management Publication 788.3) Type 2 Landfill containment system, allowed to accept
Mayor Paul Tatchell stressed municipal/putrescible waste,” the letter read.

EPA guidelines not being report prepared by planning

Objections to the application were due to expire on Tuesday 19 February, but due to the extra
that the meeting was about mail out advising further landowners of the application, the expiry date for objections will
now be Tuesday 5 March 2019.
gathering information on enough, whether there is a it is,” a planning officer officers - and containing a
a right to apply,” Mr Sandhu aged by the EPA,” he told the
Council officers will then prepare a report on the amendment application with a
recommendation to grant or refuse the amendment at a future council meeting.
the permit amendment ap- sunset clause to the permit recommendation on wheth-
Member for Melton Stephen McGhie told the Moorabool News he is aware of the application
told the meeting. to amend the planning permit. meeting, to which much of
plication process and not and how often the permit er or not to approve the per-

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“I have contacted the Minister for Planning Richard Wynne for more information, and am
The crowd was unhappy It was when the questions
An afternoon with just waiting for a return response,” he said. the audience laughed.
about answering specific can be amended without re-
quiring a fresh permit which when told that any rubbish on odour began that frustra- ELVIS Council officers then tried
mit amendment - is due to go
before a council meeting
questions about the tip.
would come with increased being brought into the tipWEDNESDAY tion27started to boil over. to end the meeting and
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The survey is currently featured on
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residents to provide their thoughts
on whether domestic cats in the Shire
should be confined or see a curfew.

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Questions in the survey include
whether the resident has ever seen, or
experienced problems caused by cats
roaming, and if the resident agrees “Yes, there should be a curfew. I’m a
with the statement “Council should cat owner and I keep my cat in but I’m By Caitlin Bewley
introduce a version of cat curfew.” tired of neighbour’s cats wandering (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni)
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it would declare feral cats as a pest council is waiting until community “Not the domestics that are the
January 28 of this year to ask her to take him to Geelong, to
animal. consultation is completed. issue, look at the ferals.” which she eventually agreed.
If the cat curfew was to come into The survey is currently open for - Janine Campbell Schoemaker said that upon the accused entering the vehicle,
effect, cat owners would have to completion and can be found at a verbal argument occurred, and the victim refused to go
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Abbey Lambrick Abby Mossop Alistair McBride Breanna Lampkin Chantal Bala Shannon McGowan

Awards for youth Achievements and community contributions of local young people Community Contribution & Volunteering (12-18 years)
were celebrated on Tuesday 30 April at the 2019 Moorabool Youth Winners: Alistair McBride & Abbey Lambrick
Awards. Community contribution (19-25 years) Winner: Shannon McGowan
The program recognises the significant contributions young people Arts (12-18 years) Winner: Abby Mossop & Chantal Bala
make to the Moorabool Shire and are open to all young people ages
12-25 years, who live, work go to school or have other significant Arts/Volunteering (19-25 years) Winner: Jacinta Guirguis
connections to the shire. The awards specifically recognise young Sports (12-18 years) Winner: Tahlia Mort
people that have: Contributing to improving outcomes for young people with a
- made a significant contribution to the Moorabool community disability in the community (12-18 years)
- achieved something significant in an area of interest (sports, the Winner: Keely Johnson
arts, etc) Young Achiever Award Winner: Jorja Arnold
- volunteered service to their community Mayor’s Award Winner: Chantal Bala
- overcome significant adversity.
Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell said, “the most important people
here tonight, is you.”
“This year we received an outstanding amount of nominations and
the assessment panel had a difficult task in proposing a winner of
each category,” he said.
The assessment panel consisted of community members, a
Councillor and Council staff:
Paul Tatchell (MSC Mayor), Ralph Fletcher (Lions Club Bacchus
Marsh), Dr Merilyn Annells (Rotary Club Bacchus Marsh), Sharon
McArthur (MSC Manager Child, Youth & Family Services) and
Linda Mackenzie (MSC Youth Development Officer).
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Volunteering, Sports and Mayors Award.
Youth Art Competition Winners
Encouragement Award: Chole Meyer
Honourable Mention: Hayley Buck, Emily Kirwan (absent)
Winners: Robyn Murphy, Breanna Lampkin

Illana Potaris Jacinta Guirguis Jorja Arnold Keeley Johnson Robyn Murphy Tahlia Mort
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Merrimu Reservoir. Photo: Helen Tatchell

Target 155 still applies

Western Water is reminding customers of rain recently, the forecast over the coming The low rainfall is reflected in Merrimu Mr Holt said Western Water data shows that
the importance of conserving water despite months predicts below average rainfall Reservoir, located near Bacchus Marsh, during the past month customers used on
recent rainfall. “It’s important for our customers to continue which is only 26.4 per cent of its full capacity. average 220 litres per person per day, 65 litres
The future water supply is secure and monitoring their water usage,” he said. Merrimu Reservoir is the traditional water more than the voluntary 155 litre target.
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“Western Water recommends saving water
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by turning off the tap while brushing teeth,
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and Target 155 still apply. usage to 155 litres per person per day. system when necessary. using a pool cover, or using grey water in the
Graham Holt, General Manager, Customer, According to data from the Bureau of Currently, residents in Bacchus Marsh garden,” he said.
Community Relations and Operations said Meteorology, rainfall for the last few months are receiving water supplied by Merrimu For further ways to save water, visit the
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Dear Editor, Dear Editor,

As election day nears the noise and bleating rises from all sides on all issues. But there is one I am a community-based member of the Ballan District and Community Health Care facility
question no one has asked yet, what sort of country do we want? and the services it provides.
Do we want a fair and caring society? We were told there would be a community meeting in December 2018 providing update for
We are a rich country yet there are thousands of homeless people and children who live in members on where the facility is at. It is now May and we have still not been provided with
poverty. There is growing income inequality and our children are being locked out of the any updates. As paying members we deserve better.
housing market. We are squandering the future of our children and grandchildren. Leigh McDowall
Yet all we hear are protests and squeals from individuals and groups focused on their own Bacchus Marsh
interests. Be it negative gearing, franking credits, capital gains and so on it just seems to be
about their comfort, their wealth, their wellbeing.
What about the common good? Or has that gone out of fashion, like manners.
We have an economy now, not a society. Our country is fractured into selfish interest groups.
There are too many snouts in the trough and no one wants to make way for another. 
We used to pride ourselves on our egalitarianism but have become a less egalitarian society
than 50-years ago. We didn’t have much then, but it was a much fairer place.
The sad thing is that this country has more than enough for our needs. But not for our greed.
Alison Prout Dear Editor,
Bacchus Marsh I would like to congratulate the Moorabool
Shire Council for repairing a guard railing on
a bridge.
Despite taking just on 13-weeks to do so, after
countless phone calls, emails and photographs
from myself to hurry up the process, it is been
repaired, luckily without incident.
The bridge is located in a dip on the Ballan/Mt
Dear Editor, Egerton road, and is a magnet for accidents with
I was one of the several hundred people who attended the meeting on Tuesday night 6 May cars hitting the steel safety railing.
to hear of Council’s process regarding the application from Maddingley Brown Coal, to alter My concern, even though it is now repaired,
their permit conditions to allow them to extend their days of use and to bring in “putrescible” was from a safety perspective. With the
waste. Definition of putrescible - liable to decay; subject to putrefaction. increased heavy vehicle road traffic on the
Several interesting points came to light. Ballan/Mt Egerton road throughout the
There have been over 400 objections received by Council. Windfarm construction, the bridge which is on
The smell and dust and traffic congestion that is happening under the current Permit is a 35-degree bend, having a guard rail missing
seriously affecting people’s lives. for such a length of time is just waiting for an
As there are at least two entities that oversee this site, (Council and the EPA) it appears that it incident to occur.
is a struggle to make sure all conditions are being monitored – thus the current level of smell, During the 13-weeks council did, finally,
dust and traffic so it begs the question as to how this “putrescible” waste can be securely reduce the speed limit to 40km/h, put orange
monitored. plastic bollards to alert drivers of the missing guard rail, but only after constant persistence.
Another piece of information that came out after a question from the floor re the time length Just over three-months to repair a safety guard rail has many questions to be asked, firstly
of MBCs current permit – it appears that there is no time limit on their Permit, so they can and foremost, “Why did it take so long”?
keep digging and burying their waste forever if required. Dave Nickels
People have been complaining long and hard over the noxious smells that are making their Mt Egerton
lives miserable. Dust and traffic congestion are increasing and causing safety and health
Where is the waste coming from and why is Moorabool Shire the dumping point for this
waste? What are we burying in our soil with the contingent threat to our water? Castle glamping needs wee bit of improvement (MN 7 May 2019)
Remember the Hazelwood and just recently the Cooloroo fires – is that what we can expect The article stated the local water authority as Western Water. This is incorrect, the local
water authority for this permit application is Central Highlands Water.
in the future? Fire suppression will be a major issue as this site increases in size and scope.
The Moorabool News apologises for any inconvenience caused to Western Water.
Mrs Jan Lowe
- Editor (Helen Tatchell)
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Wed, Fri, Sat & Sunday available from 5.30pm.
Full Dinner Menu Available
Every Wednesday 7 pm Our Bar and Lounge Menus are updated regularly. Special
Live Music: (Most Sundays) Ukulele Club time requests can be negotiated if required.
1–4pm, Phone or Check our
The Social Club organises many great events in the hotel as
facebook page. Every Friday well as away trips, such as race days and lots more. Members
General Store, Large Beer Garden Chase the Cash
and Non Members can participate in Social Club Events.
Open: Monday Closed Members Draw
Tuesday to Saturday 10am–1am Includes Meat Raffle NEW to our business are 5 Guest rooms available for Bed and
Sunday 10am–11pm Drawn 8 pm Breakfast stays. Book in for a night or two and enjoy Gordon’s
attractions, such as the Antique Store, Hat Shop, Fly Fishing
3 Greendale-Myrniong Rd and pleasant bush walks around the area.
Greendale 92 Main Street, Gordon
92 Main Street, Gordon
Phone 5368 1355 5368 9203
Bookings 5368 9203


Opening hours:
Lunch Mon to Fri 12 to 2pm Thursday to Saturday:
Saturday 12 to 3pm 12 noon to late
MONDAY Dinner Mon to Thur 6 to 8pm Sunday: 12 noon to 4pm
Bookings advised to avoid disappointment.
$14 Pastas Friday and Saturday 6 to 9pm
Sunday 12 noon to 8pm
TUESDAY Monday Lunch/Dinner •
$15 PaRMAS $12 Burgers
Tuesday Lunch/Dinner
Locals’ Menu
(where everyone is a local)
WEDNESDAY $12 Parmas Available for lunch and dinner
every Thursday
$10 OFF ALL STEAKS Wednesday Lunch/Dinner 2 Courses $32
3 Courses $37
$12 Pies
3 Courses + wine of the week $42
THURSDAY Thursday Lunch/Dinner Visit our facebook page for details
$12 BURGERS $14 Steaks
about this week’s Locals Menu

Friday Lunch/Dinner
$12 Fish & Chips

TANK BEER 139 Main St, Bacchus Marsh 17 Main Street, Myrniong
The Plough @7173
Ph: 5368 Myrniong
COURTHOUSE HOTEL 116 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Ph 5367 2016 17 Main St, Myrniong
(03) 5368 7173
P (03) 5367 2086 www.courthousehotelbm.com.au
flanagansborderinn@gmail.com  The Plough Bistro Myrniong
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The Federal Election

(May 18)
Your candidates for the seat of Ballarat
Four known candidates were asked what their Party promises specifically for Moorabool are to date. Responses were:

now needs to be expanded. childhood education to free TAFE and

Once the expansion is complete, the University, a fully funded NDIS and
school hopes to open up its facilities to support for small businesses as just
groups such as a Men’s Shed. a few examples.  We have a plan to
- $13,119 - Mt Egerton Primary School address climate change by ending our
- for an undercover outdoor learning reliance on fossil fuels and making an
area. orderly transition to a new jobs rich
clean economy. We will also pursue
- $18,000 – Balliang Primary School –
strengthened environmental laws
for sheltered seating.
to ensure the enhancement and
protection of the Moorabool Shire’s
natural resources and biodiversity. 

Catherine King (LABOR)

- $1.4m for the Bacchus Marsh Photo: Helen Tatchell

Not the brightest

Racecourse Recreation Reserve sports
- $50,000 – Myrniong Primary School

spark in the wet

shade structure
- $25,000 – Gordon Primary School
The STEM shed at Gordon PS was set
up by the local community. This project
By Meg Kennedy
is to expand and fit out the shed to cater
for the rapid growth of the school. Karen McAloon (GREENS)
It was the last kind of car wash a driver was expecting
This project will entail: As the Greens are not currently a last Friday morning, after finding themselves floating in
- Increasing working space (shed bays) party of government, we are unable floodwater at Ballan.
- Building purpose benches to make specific commitments The driver was caught in the notoriously deep underpass
Response did not meet print deadline
regarding Moorabool Shire. The at the corner of Stead and Walsh streets at Ballan, near the
- Further storage and necessary safety (No specific promises for Moorabool)
Greens will support whichever train station at around 8:30am on Friday, 10 May, following a
party forms government to ensure downpour in Ballan the night before.
- Flooring & lighting
they deliver on their pre-election Bill Robson of Bacchus Marsh SES warned Moorabool
- STEM equipment promises and deliver funding for residents to not drive through flood waters, even when its
The Shed is known as ‘Beachys Shed’, services and infrastructure that deemed to be safe.
having begun almost five years ago benefit low to middle income people “It only takes 15cm for some cars to start floating,” said Mr
when then-teacher Les Beacham living in Moorabool Shire.  Moorabool Robson.
(recently deceased) brought his 6 x 4 Shire is growing rapidly and like many Bacchus Marsh SES attended seven callouts during last
trailer to the school, teaching numerous growing communities in this electorate Friday’s downpour across Bacchus Marsh and Ballan, with
students to build projects from fishing affordable housing, secure jobs with flooding at Old Melbourne road in Ballan, Bacchus Marsh
rods to trailers for their bikes. wages that reflect the cost of living and caravan park, and trees down at various locations throughout
The program was popular amongst well-funded education, health and the Shire.
the community and staff and has welfare services are a priority for “Don’t be complacent…prepare your properties for winter,”
since expanded to include a STEM voters. Frequent and reliable public said Mr Robson. “Branches only need a little bit of rain to
teaching specialist, woodwork teaching transport around and outside the Shire become heavy and snap,”
specialist and a gardening program. are also important. The Greens have Ballan was estimated to have received more than 60mm of
The rapid growth in the school’s fully costed plans to support increased Timothy Vo (LIBERAL) rain on Thursday evening and Friday, with Bacchus Marsh
student population means that the shed funding for services ranging from early Did not respond receiving an estimated 55mm on both days.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 5 June 2019, at The next Section 86 Development Assessment Committee Meeting will be held on
6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan. Wednesday 15 May 2019, at 6.30pm, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan.
Members of the public are welcome to attend. Members of the public are welcome to attend.


Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
be held in the Council Chambers, Ballan tomorrow, Wednesday 15 May 2019 Library Officer – Casual. Applications close on Friday 17 May 2019
commencing at 6.00pm.
Community Support Workers – casual (2 positions).
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows: Applications close on Friday 24 May 2019
1. Consideration of the Proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget. All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
2. Draft 2017-2021 Council Plan (2019 Revision).
3. Victorian Government Country Football Netball Program 2019-2020.
4. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council.
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public and members
of the public are most welcome to attend.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Derek Madden
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Further details on cats and dogs available for adoption can be viewed on
Lost and Found councils ‘Moorabool Pet Adoption’ page on Facebook.
For more information contact Council Customer Service on 5366 7100.

Pug X Tan &

Tabby & Ginger, Black Torti, Black Torti, Husky Red & Beagle Lemon White, 10 year
Tabby & White, 6 month old Grey Tabby, Black & White, 1 year old 2 month old Tabby, 7 month White, 4 year and White, old desexed
Adult desexed desexed Female 4 year old Adult desexed desexed Female desexed Female old desexed old desexed 1 year old Female
Female  “Izzy” “Mango” desexed female Female “Betty” “Beatrice” “Delilah” male “Harrold” male “Andre” desexed Female “Georgie”
Available for Available for “Mia” Available Available for Available for Available for Available for Available for “Millie” Available Available for
adoption adoption for adoption adoption adoption adoption adoption adoption for adoption adoption

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.

Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Ballan & District Community House Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Enquiries - 0400 052 857. B3 Community
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Ballan Playgroup Family friendly, informal church with a difference.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Every 2nd & 4th Sunday 4.30pm at The Pavilion Room,
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Darley Civic Centre, 182 Halletts Way, Darley.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College 905 558 Tamsin.  Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Ballan Anglers Inc Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Every Sunday 9am and
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Meeting second Wednesday every month. Senior Citizens 1st Sunday 10.30am, 3rd & 4th Sunday 11am, Balliang - 2nd
U3A Bacchus Marsh Room, Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 7.30pm. More anglers and Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am, Myrniong - 1st and 3rd
families needed and welcome – 0400 003 936. Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362. 
Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact
Bacchus Marsh CWA Day Branch Church of the Living God
5367 5341 or visit our website - www.u3abacchus.org.au
Meets 2nd Thursday of each month at 10am at the Darley Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Hub, Wittick Street, Darley. Enquiries: 5368 7273. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
MEETINGS Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
BacchChat @ Lerderderg Library For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
1st Saturday of the Month, 10am-12 noon. Various topics of Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
interest presented. Enquiries – 5366 7100 or www.moorabool. Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
vic.gov.au/libraries Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh
Enq - 0421 222 717. Meeting 10am every Sunday at the Bacchus Marsh RSL, 203
Meet first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Main Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012.
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Ballan & District CWA
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club MARKETS
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Ballan Lions Club Market
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368
2255 or Ray 5368 1177.
Next market – Saturday 1 June 2019.
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Enquiries – Kristie 0406 426 460.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Darley Market YOUR NETWORKING CALENDAR
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Saturday 18th May, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each MAY 2019
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. 145 (Alan). ◆ Video advertising 101 - Tuesday 14 May,
The Pottery Group 9.30-11.00am - James Young Room, Lerderderg
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall CHURCH Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church ◆ Moorabool Business Breakfast -
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Friday 24 May, 7.30–9.30am
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
St Anne’s Winery, 64 Garrards Lane, Myrniong
St John’s Anglican Church Ballan
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 58 Simpson St, Ballan - Service - 10:30 every Sunday. Enq - JUNE 2019
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. ONCE A MONTH
◆ Coffee Connect – Friday 7 June, 7.30-8.30am, TBC

Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club St Malachy’s Catholic Church Enjoy aBlackwood
free coffee, share ideas, A range of topics to help you An evening of B2B networking and One minute to introduce and
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Easter Monday Service at 10am.chat to other business owners and enhance your business Ever thought
◆services about
an industry starting
presentation held your ownyour
summarise business?
business – you
Council officers. and knowledge. across Moorabool Shire. don’t know who you will meet!
229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Ballan Uniting Church Tuesday 11 June, 11.00am–12.30pm
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday. FEBRUARY 2019 Ballan Neighbourhood House Centre,
APRIL 2019 76 Steiglitz St
Coffee Connect
JULY 2019 Friday 5 April, 7.30-8.30am
Coffee Connect
 Friday 1 February, 7.30-8.30am register here register here

Cafe Chino on the Avenue, 208 Main St, Bacchus Marsh Jolly Miller Café, 136 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
◆ Coffee Connect – Friday
Turn your 5 July,
customer service 7.30-8.30am,
excellence TBC
into dollars in the bank
Small Business Victoria workshop
 register here
Business planning essentials: How to build a road map to success  Tuesday 9 April, 5.30-7.30pm
register here

Thursday 7 February, 10.00am-12.00pm All sessions free to attend (unless otherwise stated)
James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Supper Room, Bacchus Marsh Public Hall, 207 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Each session requires individualMAY 2019 registration.
Small Business Bus visit register here
Myrniong Primary School  Thursday 7 February, 10.00am-4.00pm Sign up to Council’s Business
Coffee Connect ENews to receive
 Friday 3 May, 7.30-8.30am, Venue TBC information
OPEN MORNING Outside the Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh business@moorabool.vic.gov.au
Speed Networking
For 2020 Foundation and New Enrolments
MARCH 2019  Wednesday 8 May, 6.00-7.30pm, Venue TBC

Coffee Connect register here
Tuesday 21st May  Friday 1 March, 7.30-8.30am  Business Training
Tuesday 14 May, 9.00-11.00am, Venue TBC
9–10am Zest Licensed Café, 1/130 Inglis St, Ballan
Moorabool Business Network Evening
10am–11am  ASBAS Digital Solutions Program workshop series 
13 Muddy Lane, Myrniong Ph: 5368 7232 James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
JUNE 2019
Thursday 30 May, 6.00-9.00pm, Venue TBC
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Geelong going gangbusters

The four most expensive unit markets in Regional
Victoria are all located in the Geelong/ Bellarine
Peninsula/Surf Coast area according to the latest
data from the Real Estate Institute of Victoria
The REIV’s data for the first quarter of 2019, which
is based on actual sales results, saw Geelong take
out the mantle of the most expensive unit market
for the first time. Geelong’s median unit price is
now sitting at $682,000 which is a whopping 49.9
per cent annual increase and 6.6 per cent quarterly
GIL KING increase.
CEO, REIV Considering that Toorak’s unit median is sitting
at $685,000 at 31 March 2019, this is quite a
remarkable result for Geelong and is yet another
indicator that the property market in the region is but fell 3.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2019 to Morwell’s unit median increased 9.0 per cent in
going gangbusters. $610,000. Gisborne rounded out the top five for the first quarter of 2019 to $163,500 followed by
Ocean Grove is sitting in second place for highest unit median at more than $100,000 less Ararat at $171,500, having decreased 9.7 per cent
Regional Victoria’s most exclusive unit market than the fourth-place holder. Gisborne’s median is during the quarter. Fourth on the cheapest unit list
with a median of $666,250, following a 4.8 per cent sitting at $502,000, having soared 9.8 per cent in
was Newborough at $175,000, Benalla at $205,000,
reduction in the first quarter, then it was Barwon the past year.
Bairnsdale at $210,000, Traralgon at $214,000 and
Heads, which also reported a reduction in the At the other end of the scale, most of Regional
median unit price (of 1.5 per cent) and now has a Sale not far behind at $215,000.
Victoria’s bargain unit markets can be found
unit median of $660,000. in Gippsland. The most affordable unit median You can research the median unit price in your
Torquay’s median unit price increased 8.5 per was in Moe at $145,000 – unchanged on both the area on the REIV website, at https://reiv.com.au/
cent during the 12 months to 31 March 2019, quarterly and annual comparison. market-insights

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Sat 18th May Sat 18th May
3.00-3.30pm 10.15-10.45am
Photo ID required Photo ID required

4 2 2 3 2 3
Eynesbury 10 Jamieson Court Bed Bath Car
Darley 2/10 Fredrick Street Bed Bath Car

A Captivating and Unique Home Private Sale Well Built 3 Bedroom Unit – 232m2 Land Private Sale
Alfresco entertaining and spacious family $780,000 - $820,000 Tucked away in a quiet street is this well built $370,000 - $390,000
living, this award winning home delivers in Office 2/137 Main Street, 3 bedroom low maintenance unit. Ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street,
one impressive package. In a quiet court in Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 the first home buyer, investor or downsizer. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
the family-oriented Eynesbury Estate opposite Contact Located close to shops, schools, public Contact
parklands and wooded forest at rear makes Len Smith 0418 343 754 transport and freeway entrance to Melbourne Len Smith 0418 343 754
this quality home the perfect choice. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 & Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

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Sat 18th May
Photo ID required

3 2 2 4 1 1
Darley 6 Iredell Court Bed Bath Car
Maddingley 34 Labilliere Street Bed Bath Car

Quality Home, Spacious Living - 760m2 Land Private Sale Fresh & Bright Period Home Close to the Action Private Sale
Luxurious and spacious north facing home is $740,000 - $760,000 Fresh and bright 4 bedroom home with $500,000 - $530,000
situated in the prestigious Grantleigh Estate. Office 2/137 Main Street, gorgeous character detail and quality Office 2/137 Main Street,
Exceptional proportions with high end finishes Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 updates throughout. Private and peaceful Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact just moments to all town amenities, 651sqm Contact
and a substantial single level floor plan that is
Len Smith 0418 343 754 parcel of land enhanced by a cherished north Len Smith 0418 343 754
flawlessly crafted for the modern families. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 facing rear aspect. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

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Bacchus Marsh 75 Lerderderg Street Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 2 Pike Place Bed Bath Car

4 Bedroom Home on Lerderderg Street Private Sale Home on 974m2 Large Block Private Sale
664m2 Land $649,000 - $659,000 This warm and inviting residence is situated in $430,000 - $449,000
This beautiful north facing home is located Office 2/137 Main Street, Office 2/137 Main Street,
a perfect position, in a quiet street less than 5
in one of the best streets of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
min drive from the Bacchus Marsh Township Contact
Walking distance to local parks, schools, cafes,
Len Smith 0418 343 754 and moments from local schools and freeway Len Smith 0418 343 754
Village Shopping Centre and town centre.
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 entrance to Melbourne and Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Sat 18th May
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Bacchus Marsh 81 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car Bacchus Marsh 3/96 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car

Renovate, Detonate or Develop Private Sale Retirement Living Private Sale

This older style weatherboard home is Forthcoming Auction This 1 bedroom unit is part of the Gisborne $149,000
located right in the heart of Bacchus Marsh. Office 2/137 Main Street, Road retirement living complex that is so Office 2/137 Main Street,
Opportunity here to renovate or detonate Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
handy & convenient to all of Bacchus Marsh’s
Contact Contact
or make an excellent multi unit development amenities. Offering security, comfort and
Len Smith 0418 343 754 Len Smith 0418 343 754
site. Land size is 1100 sqm. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 privacy. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 11 Seton Way, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 27 Grantleigh Drive, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 3 4

Spacious Family Living Glorious Grantleigh

Twin doors off the entry lead into the generous Master Bedroom, with Stunning, quality built home, right in the heart of the Grantleigh Estate, on
substantial WIR & well appointed ens with a 1200mm wide shower. 3 an 800sqm corner block. Four generous bedrooms, master with modern
further bedrooms with BIR’s are positioned at the rear of the house. Large ENS & WIR, remaining 3 oversized bedrooms have BIRs. Beautiful open
entertainer’s kitchen, with quality European stainless steel appliances & plan kitchen meals, family area leading out to the undercover 40sqm
fixtures. Kitchen overlooking the large light-filled dining/living area, study (approx.) alfresco area. A second living area & double garage, as well as a
& large alfresco. 9x6mtr garage (with shower/toilet & basin).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $510,000-$530,000 FOR SALE $690,000-$720,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 7 Davies Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 27 Moore Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 2 2

What An Opportunity Big Block, Even Bigger Views!

Step inside and experience the quality and neatness of this 3 bedroom, This family home on a fantastic 1325m2 block of land has to be
1 bathroom home. The bright & spacious loungeroom with split system inspected to be appreciated. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with 2
a/c is adjoining the meals & kitchen area. The kitchen with ample great living areas & a timber kitchen has panoramic views over our
cupboard & bench space comes with a gas cooktop & rangehood & WIP. township & beyond. Ducted heating & cooling, double length carport
The master bedroom has WIR & split system a/c & bedrooms 2 & 3 are with remote flows into the large covered outdoor entertaining area.
generous in size. Single garage, garden shed & landscaped gardens. Drive through to backyard and rear laneway access to your block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $360,000 - $380,000 FOR SALE $660,000 - $680,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 32 Cairns Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 Carlogie Place, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 2

Family Home, Fabulous Location Family Home, Fabulous Views!

Well presented 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in the Elms This 4 bedroom 2 bathroom home caters for the whole family. There is
Estate will suit the discerning buyer. Good living space with ducted a large formal lounge, spacious kitchen with adjoining dining and
heating and cooling throughout. Right across the back of the house is access to covered outdoor entertaining area. The master bed has walk
your decked outdoor entertaining area, and behind the double carport thru robe to the ensuite, bedrooms 2 and 3 have BIRs and bed 4 has
with auto doors you have two large colorbond sheds providing ideal space for a wardrobe and desk. There is also a separate toilet and
storage space or ample room for the handyperson or hobbyist. family bathroom. Ducted heating and air conditioning.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $560,000 FOR SALE $510,000 - $530,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 15 Shea Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 22a Higgins Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 2 2

Perfect Place To Start Near New, Great Location

Whether you’re a first home buyer or looking to add to your investment Approx. 4-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 521sqm block only
portfolio you can’t go past this well maintained 3 bedroom residence. 2.8km from Main St & 1.2kms from freeway. Bright, open plan, kitchen,
Complete with all the necessities for comfortable family living. Located meals, living area with SS appliances, glass splashback & dishwasher.
within walking distance of shops, schools and Bacchus Marsh CBD. Master bedroom with WIR & ENS, remaining 2 bedrooms have double
Features include polished hardwood floors, ducted heating & cooling, BIRs. Central family bathroom, separate laundry & double garage. Ducted
carport with drive through access to a large backyard on a 722m² block. heating & ducted evap. cooling will keep you comfortable all year round.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $380,000-$399,000 FOR SALE $380,000-$390,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 1/1 McCrae Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 7 Pratia Close, Bacchus Marsh
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A Home To Be Proud Of Comfortable Family Living

An immaculate home of 3 generous bedrooms, the master with walk The hard work has been done on this beautifully presented family home

through robe & remaining 2 with BIRs. 2 living areas with a formal on a low maintenance 392sqm block in the popular Stonehill Estate. Enjoy
lounge at the front & the kitchen & meals area with adjoining living the peace & quiet of a small court, while still being close to everything.
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Ballarat Football League

Results - Round 4
BFL Ladder
Team % PTS
Seniors Seniors
East Point 11.14 (80) def Sebastopol 7.7 (49) 1   East Point..................192.89   16      
Bacchus Marsh Netball Association
Melton 12.15 (87) def Darley 9.3 (57) 2   Redan........................148.80   16      
Results - Monday 6 May 3   Darley........................154.62   12      
Redan 13.15 (93) def Lake Wendouree 9.14 (68) 4   Melton.......................134.33   12      
JUNIORS Sunbury 16.17 (113) def North Ballarat City 11.5 (71) 5   Sunbury......................102.03   8       

Section 4 6   Sebastopol ..................88.21   8       
Reserves 7   North Ballarat City.......87.34   8       
Devils Mini 1 lost Skittles 2 Bacchus Marsh 11.13 (79) def Ballarat 10.11 (71) 8   Lake Wendouree......... 69.19   8       
Zooplers 11 def Pink Panthers 3 East Point 11.12 (78) def Sebastopol 12.4 (76) 9   Melton South................44.64   4       
Little Stars 5 drew Fast & Furious 5 10  Bacchus Marsh...........71.84   0       
Melton 10.4 (64) def Darley 7.13 (55) 11  Ballarat........................61.46   0        Seniors
Section 3 Lake Wendouree 4.17 (41) def Redan 4.8 (32) Reserves Team % PTS
Super Stars 5 lost Firebirds 8 1   Sunbury....................540.24   16      
Sunbury 13.14 (92) def North Ballarat City 3.6 (24) Seniors
Lightning 4 lost Hotshots Jnr 6 2   East Point..................230.20   16      
U19s 3   Lake Wendouree...... 115.79   12       1   Waubra......................245.02   24      
Hunters 29 def Magic Moments 3
Ballarat 14.10 (94) def Bacchus Marsh 8.5 (53) 4   Melton........................90.57   12       2   Hepburn.................... 177.31   20      
Section 2 5   Darley........................... 93.12   8        3   Newlyn......................149.39   16      
East Point 14.17 (101) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
Astrids 18 lost Sapphires 19 6   Ballarat.........................89.01   8        4   Beaufort.................... 147.60   16      
Diamonds 19 def Comets 10 Melton 9.9 (63) def Darley 5.4 (34) 7   North Ballarat City....... 66.14   8       
8   Bacchus Marsh............76.43   4        5   Learmonth.................100.56   16      
The Suns 9 def Thunderstruck 5 Redan 8.4 (52) def Lake Wendouree 7.3 (45)
9   Sebastopol...................66.94   4        6   Gordon...................... 122.16   12      
Section 1 North Ballarat City 12.6 (78) def Sunbury 4.2 (26) 10  Redan.......................... 41.83   4        7   R’wood/C’hap........... 113.05   12      
Vamps 9 lost Fireworks 39 11  Melton South...............39.33   4        8   Skipton...................... 104.15   12      
Eagles 5 lost Sparks 35 Leading Goalkickers U19s
1   North Ballarat City....434.33   16       9   Buninyong..................95.70   12      
Sparkles 16 def Zodiacs 13 DARLEY 2   Melton.......................402.22   16       10  Creswick................... 76.47   12      
BM Stars 12 lost Aces 20 9 - M. HANSON 3   Redan........................175.00   16       11  Bungaree................... 74.71   12      
Seniors - Wednesday Night 4   Ballarat......................164.77   12       12  Daylesford...................88.21   8       
7 - C. YOUNG 5   East Point....................166.88   8       
Devils Snr 35 def Eureka 31 6 - J. CADMAN (1), B. GRAHAM (1) 6   Darley..........................138.42   8        13  Springbank..................84.58   8       
Hotshots 18 lost Strikes 41 5 - N. GRAHAM (1) 7   Sunbury......................105.66   8        14  Ballan..........................66.51   8       
Clovers 40 def Eynesbury Ladies 26 8   Lake Wendouree........ 111.83   4        15  Clunes.........................65.26   4       
BACCHUS MARSH 9   Melton South................19.47   4        16  Dunnstown..................66.87   0       
Jayes 38 def Shooters 21 10  Sebastopol.................. 11.96   4       
7 - A. WILLITTS (5), J. OWEN (2) 17  C’ham/Linton...............49.91   0       
Squad Teams 11  Bacchus Marsh...........19.06   0       
6 - B. GRIFFITHS (3)
VUSC Yellow  5 def BM Firetails 4 U/17 Seniors
4 - H. COULTON (1), T. SHEA (2), J. DeWINTER (4) 1   Darley........................133.54   16       Reserves 
Jaguars Black 17 def BM Firetails 14 3 - D. BURTON 2   Ballarat Swans..........309.56   12       1   Springbank................172.04   20      
3   Redan.......................... 110.75   8        2   Buninyong.................170.67   20      
4   Mount Clear................. 97.06   8       
3   Skipton......................134.60   20      
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League 5   North Ballarat...............96.43   8       
6   Bacchus Marsh............67.88   8        4   R’wood/C’hap...........210.88   16      
Senior Results
Results – Round
– Round 4 4 7   Lake Wendouree.........92.59   4        5   Creswick...................165.35   16      
Club A B C D 19&U E
8   East Point..................... 61.01   4        6   Waubra......................125.88   16      
U/17 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 59 33 35 40 14 26
1   North Ballarat............125.29   16       7   Clunes....................... 213.75   12      
Ballarat 53 50 31 21 61 28
East Point 46 63 45 37 48 29 2   Redan........................ 214.77   12       8   Newlyn......................130.68   12      
Ballan Brumbies Basketball Sebastopol
3   Ballarat Swans.......... 179.10   12      
4   Darley.........................96.65   12      
9   Hepburn....................126.58   12      
10  Ballan........................ 83.71   12      
Results – Week ending 12 May Darley 34 44 33 9 33 5 5   Mount Clear..............145.00   10      
Redan 26 20 25 11 49 22 6   Bacchus Marsh............36.09   4        11  Gordon....................... 146.12   8       
Under 10 Girls Lake Wendouree 62 33 27 60 25 21
7   Lake Wendouree.........58.06   2        12  Dunnstown................. 112.91   8       
Sunbury 54 56 44 36 37 21
Ballan 12 def Wildcats 0 Nth Ballarat City 45 27 17 34 36 36 8   Sebastopol...................54.23   0        13  C’ham/Linton................74.17   8       
Under 10 Boys U/15 Seniors 14  Beaufort......................61.89   8       
1   East Point..................698.18   16      
Ballan White 14 def Sovereign Knights 10 15  Daylesford...................25.94   4       
Ballan Blue 8 lost Excies Acmy Maroon 27
Ballarat JUNIOR Football League 2   Mount Clear.............. 191.43   12      
16  Bungaree....................31.83   0       
3   Bacchus Marsh.......... 69.74   12      
Under 12 Girls Results – Round 4 4   North Ballarat Junior.287.65   10       17  Learmonth...................21.80   0       
Ballan 22 def Wildcats 2 U/17 Seniors 5   Redan..........................81.11   10      
6   Lake Wendouree......... 55.17   8        Under 18s
Under 12 Boys Darley 11.8 (74) def Lake Wendouree 9.11 (65) 7   Sebastopol...................50.27   8       
Ballan White 2 lost Excies Acmy 42 Ballarat Swans 14.14 (98) def Bacchus Marsh 4.4 (28) 8   Darley...........................40.66   4        1   C’ham/Linton.............419.85   24      
Ballan Blue - Bye North Ballarat 12.11 (83) def East Point 6.8 (44) 9   Ballarat Swans.............20.20   0        2   Learmonth.................994.12   20      
U/15 Reserves 3   Springbank................238.12   20      
Under 14 Girls Mount Clear 12.11 (83) def Redan 8.6 (54) 1   North Ballarat............280.30   16      
U/17 Reserves 4   Hepburn....................429.50   16      
Ballan 10 lost Sovereign Knights 146 2   Sebastopol................ 171.08   16      
3   Bacchus Marsh...........135.00   8        5   Dunnstown................ 173.10   16      
Under 14 Boys Darley 9.14 (68) def Lake Wendouree 8.8 (56)
4   East Point....................126.62   8        6   Creswick................... 167.84   12      
Ballan White 7 lost Sovereign Knights 31 Ballarat Swans 16.10 (106) def Bacchus Marsh 3.4 (22)
5   Redan...........................79.46   8        7   Buninyong.................129.33   12      
Ballan Blue 37 def Phoenix Blue 32 Redan 12.12 (84) def Mount Clear 6.11 (47) 6   Mount Clear................105.26   4        8   Ballan.........................69.43   12      
Under 16 Girls North Ballarat 10.15 (75) def Sebastopol 10.11 (71) 7   Lake Wendouree.........54.00   4       
8   Darley............................0.00     4        9   Bungaree.....................95.98   8       
Ballan 14 def Sovereign Knights 10 U/15 Seniors 10  Gordon........................84.31   8       
9   Ballarat Swans............. 27.68   0       
Under 16 Boys Lake Wendouree 12.6 (78) def Darley 1.5 (11) U/13 Seniors 11  R’wood/C’hap.............63.94   8       
Ballan 41 def Sovereign Knights 39 Bacchus Marsh 7.5 (47) def Ballarat Swans 5.5 (35) 1   Bacchus Marsh.........432.26   16       12  Newlyn........................96.69   4       
Under 18 Boys East Point 7.9 (51) def North Ballarat 7.6 (48) 2   East Point.................. 167.35   12      
3   Ballarat Swans............166.33   8        13  Daylesford................... 37.50   4       
Ballan 29 lost Prospectors 29-35 Redan 5.9 (39) def Mount Clear 5.4 (34) 4   Darley..........................116.44   8        14  Beaufort......................34.29   4       
U/15 Reserves 5   Redan..........................116.00   8        15  Clunes......................... 23.18   0       
Ballan Golf Club Bacchus Marsh 9.5 (59) def Ballarat Swans 1.4 (10) 6   Lake Wendouree......... 76.74   8       
7   Mount Clear.................63.69   8       
16  Waubra........................13.46   0       
North Ballarat 5.4 (34) def East Point 2.6 (18) 17  Skipton.........................0.00     0       
Results - Week ending Saturday 11 May 8   North Ballarat...............59.42   8       
Redan 4.7 (31) def Mount Clear 4.3 (27) 9   Sebastopol...................29.51   4       
Wednesday Stableford U/13 Seniors U/13 Reserves Under 15s
Men’s & Ladies Competition. Bacchus Marsh 5.3 (33) def Ballarat Swans 1.2 (8) 1   Darley........................495.00   16       1   Dunnstown...............1432.08 24      
Winner - John Costello (19) 36 points, 2   Redan....................... 400.00   16       2   Learmonth................1380.65 20      
East Point 5.3 (33) def North Ballarat 1.3 (9) 3   North Ballarat............814.29   12      
R/up David Blythe (17) 35 points. 3   Beaufort................... 405.56   20      
Lake Wendouree 2.3 (15) def Darley 2.2 (14) 4   Ballarat Swans..........562.50   12      
Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. 5   Mount Clear.................45.90   8        4   Daylesford.................178.33   20      
Redan 8.5 (53) def Mount Clear 3.3 (21)
NTP - 15th John Costello. 6   Lake Wendouree.........73.57   4        5   Gordon..................... 308.33   16      
U/13 Reserves 7   East Point.....................69.34   4       
Saturday 2 Person 4BBB Stableford.  6   Ballan........................170.44   12      
Ballarat Swans 8.2 (50) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) 8   Bacchus Marsh............54.97   4       
Winners - Athol Love & Ian Godkin 44 points on c/b. 9   Ballarat Storm.............. 15.18   4        7   Buninyong.................122.63   12      
North Ballarat 8.4 (52) def East Point 1.0 (6)
Second - P. Lewis & T. Hearn (Snake Valley Golf Club 10  Sebastopol................... 5.41     0        8   Creswick................... 119.40   12      
Darley 4.7 (31) def Lake Wendouree 3.2 (20) U/11 Seniors
Members) 44 points. 9   Bungaree...................84.81   12      
Redan 10.10 (70) def Mount Clear 0.1 (1) 1   Ballarat Swans..........182.26   16      
Third - Peter Clifford & Brian Clifford 43 points on c/b. 10  Skipton......................80.48   12      
Ballarat Storm 2.2 (14) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0) 2   Bacchus Marsh......... 120.78   12      
11  Springbank.................161.28   8       
Fourth - Kev Lockman & John Muhlhan 43 points. U/11 Seniors 3   East Point.................... 132.14   8       
4   Mount Clear.................117.07   8        12  R’wood/C’hap............. 97.82   8       
NTPs - 12th Andrew Carton, 15th Anthony Moore. Ballarat Swans 3.4 (22) def Bacchus Marsh 2.5 (17) 5   Lake Wendouree........ 107.84   8        13  Hepburn...................... 41.49   8       
Magpies - 1st Frank Raffaele, 14th Brian Clifford, East Point 3.5 (23) def North Ballarat 3.4 (22) 6   Sebastopol...................73.68   8       
  14  Clunes.........................28.60   4       
18th Mark Wynne. 7   Redan...........................62.07   8       
Lake Wendouree 5.1 (31) def Darley 4.6 (30) 15  Waubra........................21.80   4       
Jack Papworth Cup Winners 8   North Ballarat..............108.75   4       
Redan 3.5 (23) def Mount Clear 2.5 (17) 9   Darley..........................100.00   4        16  C’ham/Linton...............16.92   0       
Peter & Brian Clifford def Anthony Moore & Rick Roden. Ballarat Storm 2.8 (20) def Sebastopol 1.3 (9) 10  Ballarat Storm.............55.00   4        17  Newlyn.........................4.32     0       
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Cobras dine-out on Swans Deja vu about

“The win is a great relief
and a nice reward for the
boys who are trying their
“People see the goals but
they probably don’t appre-
ciate how much work he
There were mixed fortunes
on the injury front however,
as Jacob Chisari (fractured
Devils defeat
best to adapt to a new game does with his running and foot) took no part in the inside 50 were entirely on
By Todd Whelan
plan,” Davey said. tackling.” second half. Harrison King the back of Melton’s ruck
“Our focus heading in was The Cobras midfield artil- (missed - hamstring) will Darley has been handed a advantage.
to be tougher at the contest lery continued its recent run be touch and go for a return ‘wake up’ call in the after- “Our game awareness was
and to run out the quarters of dominance at centre clear- against Sunbury on May 25 math of its 30-point loss to ‘off’,” he said.
and I think we ticked both of ance and welcomed back but is more likley to return last year’s Grand Finalists
for Darley on June 8, after “Melton were able to get
those boxes.” veteran Tyson Shea to the Melton at MacPherson Park
the bye. New recruit and the ball ‘deep’ forward by
The Cobras had winners coalface. last Saturday.
key back Tom Brownbridge just chipping it around our
all over the ground. The “Daniel Burton, Nick Stuhl- The difference between the blokes that weren’t paying
drier and Shea were huge for (knee) is expected to play
new recruits, veteran club two sides mirrored their attention.
by Todd Whelan
us,” Davey said. against Sunbury.
favourites, the youth and the previous meeting in Round “Our blokes just assumed
recently promoted all played The Cobras Round 5 bill- 2 last year when the Bloods
Bacchus Marsh recorded “Nick was really able to that Melton were going to
their roles for the betterment ing at Maddingley Park defeated the Devils 86 to 56.
their first win of the sea- show us his class today, it have a shot (on goal).
of the team - it was bordering against Sunbury looms an- But it was the nature of the
son with an old fashioned was the first time this year he “It was really disappointing.
on a flashback of the Cobras other must win game for Devils most recent defeat
106-point thumping over a wasn’t given any attention.
dominance in early 2018. both clubs for many differ- that has coach Heath Scot- “We probably had two win-
struggling Ballarat at Mad- “Tyson was terrific, I loved ent reasons. While the four ners at best on the day.”
dingley Park last Saturday. Jacob DeWinter (four goals) his game - classic in and un- land concerned.
points are of the obvious Scotland said, “It was the
In a weekend of ‘déjà vu’ had faced his own level of der ‘blue collar footy’ and “We were poor,” he said.
importance, it will be former most convincing defeat I
for local footy, the Cobras scrutiny in the opening Burton just keeps going and Cobras coach Travis Hodg- “Our effort was sympto-
have been a part of in my
106-point margin (139-33) Rounds but broke the shack- going - I thought he was best son’s first meeting against matic of the Bacchus Marsh
time as Darley coach.”
would replicate their Round les with a break out game for afield today.” his old club. Hodgson will game where we deviated
his new club. Coach Davey from our game plan. On the flipside Melton
6 slaying of the Swans last Ballarat were conceding in be keen to put an end to
was rapt. “Players struggled under coach Aaron Tymms was de-
year (172-66) . More impor- most areas - games played, Sunbury’s horrendous los-
pressure to execute and as a lighted with the conviction
tantly, the relief around the “DeWinter was great,” Dav- talent and size to name ing streak away from home
result we were forced to play of the win.
Cobra camp was palpable. ey said. three, which was enough to that sits currently at nine.
reactive footy for the most “I was happy with the way
Heading into the game 0-3, “He strained a groin in the explain the gulf between the The thought of this unenvi-
part to win the ball back our boys were able to stick to
some BFNL pundits were second quarter against Mel- two sides at the final siren. able record ending at Mad-
from turnover. the game plan,” he said.
even tipping the Swans, a ton last week and played The Cobras complete per- dingley Park would suit
motivation used by coach against our physio’s ad- formance was rounded out Hodgson just fine, against “We had 30 turnovers by “We didn’t just bomb the
vice, but you wouldn’t have by a tenacious back six that the one club he steered to the foot forward of centre and ball forward which we have
Pete Davey who would have
known by the way he moved took pride in limiting scores promised land in 2016. when you’re kicking like done in the past.
been feeling the pressure of
an 0-4 scenario if his boys and jumped - he showed against (4.9) and being ef- Can’t wait. that, you’re no chance,” Scot- “We know how well Darley
could not deliver. us all what he is capable of fective in transition off half land said. set up at the back; we were
Final score: Bacchus Marsh
today.” back. But he gave full credit to deliberate in giving our en-
But deliver they did, in 5.3 -33, 13.7 -85, 19.9 -123,
“Tom Wardell would be top Melton. tries minimal airtime to take
spades. BFNL 2018 leading goal- 21.13 - 139 defeated Ballarat
three in our B&F at the mo- “Their pressure was good away the Devils strength in
The response from the Co- kicker Aaron Willets (five 1.2 -8, 2.5 -17, 2.7 -19, 4.9 -33
ment, he’s thriving in our and they ‘out-hunted’ us for defence,” Tymms said.
bras was swift, with the task goals) looked a lot more Bacchus Marsh (Goals)
dangerous close to goal, his defensive system and looks the footy. “It was the best perfor-
made a lot easier on the back - A. Willets 5, J. DeWinter
time spent away from deep a 100-game senior player,” “The scoreboard didn’t tell mance from the club since
of some excellent ball use - a 4, B. Griffiths 3, T. Shea 2, J.
forward in recent weeks has Davey said. the full story,” Scotland said. I’ve been coach.”
feature lacking in their open- Owen, D. Phyland, J. Lalor 1,
ing three games. At games been reflective on the Co- “Timmy Hughes reads the L. Mullen, H. Coulton. “The 30-point margin felt Darley must go back to the
end it was more difficult to bras below par return on the game well, finds the right like a lot more.” drawing board and continue
Bacchus Marsh (Whelan’s
work out who wasn’t in the scoreboard (58 pt for avg). spots and makes the right The Devils, who are with- to work on their ‘buy in’ over
Best): A. Willetts, N. Stuh-
decisions with ball in hand. out a bona fide ruckman the coming fortnight before
best players than who was - “I’m sure Aaron enjoyed go- ldrier, D. Burton, J. DeWin-
were again found out on its Round 5 meeting at home
a luxury I’m sure coach Pete ing back to the (goal) square “We have really rated his ter, T. Shea, D. Phyland, T.
the weekend, this time by against North Ballarat City
Davey could get used too. today,” Davey said. start to the year.” Wardell.
Bloods second string ruck- (1-2). Process is a non-nego-

‘Yippita, Yippita’ - Kick a goal folks!

man Mark Orr who gave his tiable for the former 268 AFL
mids first use far too often gamer.
for Scotland’s liking. “We’ll rest up, relax this
“It’s something we need to weekend, but on the track
By Todd Whelan *Clubs listed from most accurate to inaccurate after four rounds it’s back to business ahead of
address,” he said.
TEAM GOALS BEHINDS % ‘North”, Scotland said.
“We’ll continue to be ex-
The Ballarat Football Darley will be aiming to ex-
1 Redan 55 42 56.7 posed against specialist
Netball League has not ruckman, and even more tend their winning streak at
2 Darley 56 49 53.3
so against the better teams home to 11.
enjoyed its best start in front
3 East Point 67 59 53.1 if we don’t do something Final score
of goal in season 2019 - to
4 Ballarat 39 35 52.7 about it.” Darley 3.0 -18, 3.1 -19, 3.3
the point where some clubs Scotland said Melton had 23 -21, 9.3 -57 lost to
are experiencing a dose of 5 Bacchus Marsh 51 54 48.5 marks (Darley 3) inside 50s Melton 2.3 -15, 6.6 -42, 8.11
the “Yips”, a term usually 6 Melton South 21 24 46.7 from their 44 entries (Darley -59, 12.15 -87
7 Sunbury 49 57 46.2 32). Darley (Goals) - J. Edwards
associated with a Golfer who
“It would fair to say of some 2, H. Inglis 1, N. Graham,
can’t sink a putt! 8 Sebastopol 26 31 45.6 of those came from centre B. Myers, J. Cadman, B.
Check out these numbers, 9 Lake Wendouree 34 43 44.1 clearance.” Graham, A. Azzopardi, J.
And the Devils coach wasn’t Bewley.
just four clubs are ahead of 10 North Ballarat City 27 38 41.5
about to concede the mid- Darley (Best) - N. Graham,
the ledger. 11 Melton 41 67 37.9 field dominance and marks J. Carrick, J. Edwards.

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics The Centre Cross Country meet was held at Lake Nicholas Ide continued his winning form in the
Dewar, Myrniong on Saturday morning.  Athletes combined Under 9/10 1500m event.  Oliver Quick
took the opportunity to run at the same venue that continues to improve each week and will be one to
the upcoming Regional Championships will be held look out for in the coming weeks.  Kaylee McDowell
at. recorded a PB and was the first girl home.
After the heavy rain the day before, the course was A well-executed race from Sam White saw him
quite slippery underfoot requiring athletes to run take the victory in the Under 11/12 2km race while
cautiously. Mackenzie Estlick recorded another win for the girls
The Under 6 athletes completed a 500m loop, with in a personal best time of 9.15.55mins.
new athlete Imogen Borg running her fastest time to The Open Age event, athletes completed 2-loops of
be the official winner in 3.09.93 mins. a 1500m course.  Elise Cook finished the 3km/s in a
The Under 7 & 8 athletes tackled the 1km course.  time of 14.19.57mins to take the win with Danielle
Harrison Lovett, Under 7 was the standout Ide 20 seconds behind in 2nd place and Zane Rich in
performer winning in convincing form while Myah a PB time for 3rd place overall.
Estlick, Under 8 finished strongly to be declared the This week’s Cross-Country meet will be held at
Open Age Athletes at the start-line for their 3km event. Photo – submitted first girl across the finish line.   Lady Northcote Recreation Camp at Rowsley. 
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women of another generation. It’s easy to misinterpret a
loved one’s sweetest remarks.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Luck is with you much of the week, but it also deserts
you on important occasions. Challenge is your present
keyword. Your vitality is inspiring and you can achieve a
major goal.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Travel is indicated, but enjoyable and successful trips
need more than the usual hours preparation. Family can
be less than cooperative until the weekend, then every-
thing is on the up and up.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Your life is a lost and found department, losing confi-
ARIES—March 21-April 20 dence, then gaining ground. You can be unsure of your-
self but also you can be shrewd and perceptive. A cher-
You are in the limelight on the weekend. In friendship, ished romantic wish may turn into reality by the weekend
follow instincts much more so than usual. On the other
hand, avoid impulse buying this week. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 Romancewise, there are several intriguing challenges
There’s a dip in self confidence early in the week, then facing you now - but by the end of the week you could
you find yourself meeting old responsibilities with new find that the more you try to simplify life, the more en-
determination. Thursday, Friday is for teaching, the week- tangled the situation may become. Rest is a must.
end is for learning. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 Expect to meet two quite different people after the week-
This is the week to boost your partner’s sagging confi-
end and to learn something from each one. Make caution
dence and be alert to children’s changing attitudes. It is your byword. Eliminate home hazards and most
an excellent time for presenting ideas and proposals - on importantly, guard words carefully.
the job and on the homefront. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
CANCER—June 22-July 22 Friendship is at up-tempo, but you can’t take it for granted
NO. 9100 A loved one seems a little to easy to please you right now. Attend to the tiniest of details. Starting on Thurs-
ACROSS DOWN now, but there’s no reason to be suspect. Friends share day, look forward to loosening the moneybelt.
1. Crafty (13) 1. Optical illusion (6) good news around the weekend. Prepare to deal with
friction among relatives. PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Dances (5) 2. Wash (5)
9. Deep-seated (7) 3. Examine (7) Distractions put you behind schedule and you may find
10. Bird (6) 4. Sin (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 that you have to cancel weekend plans. Entertainment is
11. Stone (6) 5. Big (5) Lots of helpful people - too many for your taste, show up the theme. Look forward to amusing encounters and cul-
12. Print (5) 6. Unworthy (7) during the weekend. Your best allies seem to be men and tural evenings.
14. Cinder (5) 7. Metal (6) women of another generation. It’s easy to misinterpret a
18. Applaud (6) 13. Rodent (7) loved one’s sweetest remarks. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
20. Garment (6) 15. Tuneful (7) You are equally famous for your judgement, your pas-
23. Plant (7) 16. Thump (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 sions, your energy and your good advice to others. Mean-
24. Mistrust (5) 17. Dog (6) Luck is with you much of the week, but it also deserts while, you have also achieved prominance for being un-
25. Vertical (13) 19. Course (5) you on important occasions. Challenge is your present bending, suspicious and mysterious. You are finding that
21. Normal (5) keyword. Your vitality is inspiring and you can achieve a there are an enormous amount of financial options - your
22. Repair (4) major goal. problem lies in the choosing.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Is going to the doctor with it an awful nuisance? Travel is indicated, but enjoyable and successful trips
(4,2,3,4). 8. Clues in the form of wires (5). 9. A minor need more than the usual hours preparation. Family can

voyage - one of three (7). 10. It indicates a fall (6). 11. be less than cooperative until the weekend, then every-
Gaze at the figure entered but take in nothing (6). 12. A thing is on the up and up.
lot of people are miserly, you say (5). 14. Not this one SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
with the gold veneer? (5). 18. Understanding, shot round
to have a meal (6). 20. Is going into Iran to distribute the
fruit (6). 23. He’s instructed to get a cup full of water (7). NUMBER GAME
Your life is a lost and found department, losing confi-
dence, then gaining ground. You can be unsure of your-
24. Be economical with the water again (5). 25. A tough self but also you can be shrewd and perceptive. A cher-
time (5,8). ished romantic
turn into reality by the weekend
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Finish in a foreign language (6). 2. State I had stood a
round (5). 3. Alternatively, have one sent off now (7). 4. Romancewise, there are several intriguing challenges
Carry a pole with the end sawn off (4). 5. Be, for once, facing you now - but by the end of the week you could
first (5). 6. Go further into what inflation will do (7). 7. A find that the more you try to simplify life, the more en-
little marmalade? (6). 13. Performing opera in the park, tangled the situation may become. Rest is a must.
for instance (4,3). 15. Going across by one-time pas-
sage (7). 16. Pain one gets after the operation (6). 17. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
In addition to capturing the former queen, now dead (6). Expect to meet two quite different people after the week-
19. The fish caught inside then set free (5). 21. Revolve end and to learn something from each one. Make caution
round a foreign country (5). 22. Be informed verbally at your byword. Eliminate home hazards and most
this juncture (4). importantly, guard words carefully.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Sp-a-in. 22, Here (hear).
15, Trans-I-t . 16, Stitch. 17, Ann-ex-e. 19, Ten-c-h. 21, Friendship is at up-tempo, but you can’t take it for granted
now. Attend to the tiniest of details. Starting on Thurs-
pole). 5, Ex-Ist. 6, Enlarge. 7, Kitten. 13, Open air (anag.).
day, look forward to loosening the moneybelt.
Across - 1, Handicap. 6, Daft. 8, Oder. 9, Strength. 10,
Down - 1, Polish. 2, I-dah-O. 3, I-nste-AD. 4, Tote (m)
Train. 11, Kismet. 13, Dagger. 15, Embody. 17, Sprain.
Harsh sentence. PISCES—February 20-March 20
19, Knave. 22, Contempt. 23, Iron. 24, Rear. 25, Tobog-
18, Tr-eat-y. 20, Ra-is-in. 23, T-rain-ee. 24, Spa-re. 25, Distractions put you behind schedule and you may find
Shower. 11, Star-V-e. 12, Horde (hoard). 14, O-the-r. that you have to cancel weekend plans. Entertainment is
Down - 2, Adder. 3, Darling. 4, Cost. 5, Parakeet. 6,
Across - 1, Pain in the neck. 8, Leads. 9, Triplet. 10, the theme. Look forward to amusing encounters and cul-
Denis. 7, Fathead. 12, Transmit. 14, Approve. 16,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS tural evenings.
Bunting. 18, After. 20, Viola. 21, Stab.
lop. 17, Setter. 19, Route. 21, Usual. 22, Mend. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
6, Ignoble. 7, Nickel. 13, Hamster. 15, Melodic. 16, Wal- You are equally famous for your judgement, your pas-
Across - 1,Chick-pea. 6, Love. 8, Ta-XI. 9, S-Ed-ating.
Down - 1, Mirage. 2, Clean. 3, Inspect. 4, Vice. 5, Large. sions, your energy and your good advice to others. Mean-
10, Stake. 11, Though(t). 13, Sponge. 15, Robe-rt. 17,
Blouse. 23, Lettuce. 24, Doubt. 25, Perpendicular. while, you have also achieved prominance for being un-
Cry off. 19, Pitch. 22, Dia-tribe. 23, Cool. 24, A-non. 25,
net. 11, Pebble. 12, Photo. 14, Ember. 18, Admire. 20, bending, suspicious and mysterious. You are finding that
Across - 1, Machiavellian. 8, Reels. 9, Chronic. 10, Gan- there are an enormous amount of financial options - your
Down - 2, He-AR-t. 3, Chic-Ken. 4, Post. 5, Auditors. 6,
QUICK SOLUTIONS problem lies in the choosing.
Lot-to. 7, Vi-negar. 12, Reaf-firm. 14, Port-I-on. 16,
Bri-och-e. 18, Of-ten. 20, C-love. 21, Tes-s.
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer

Results - Round 5
Under 12s Open: Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Creswick (9)
Goal - William Smith (1)
Under 13s Open: Bacchus Marsh (6) def Creswick (2)
Central Highlands Netball League
Goals - Isabel Srnec (1), Aaron Ciangura (1), Cameron Central Highlands Football League Central Highlands Netball League
Gilliland (1), Alastair Taylor (3) Results– –Round
Results - Round 6 Results
Under 14s Open:
Bacchus Marsh Blue (2) drew Victoria Park (2) Seniors Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
Goals - Tristan Noorman (1), David Dillon (1) Bungaree 27 20 32 30 5 42
Learmonth 11.12  (78) def Daylesford 7.10  (52)
Rokewood 4 11 10 15 5 51
Under 16 Girls: Bacchus Marsh (4) def Buninyong (1) Buninyong 11.10  (76) def Dunnstown 5.8  (38) Buninyong 9 23 22 22 40 54
Goals - Claudia Quittenden (2), Ava Farella (1), Bianca Newlyn 10.3  (63) def Beaufort 4.8  (32) Dunnstown 37 7 29 30 21 28
Woodfield (1) Carngham 39 16 12 29 19 29
Hepburn 12.11  (83) def Springbank 11.4  (70)
Senior Men Division 1: Clunes 1 12 41 31 33 19
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Forest Rangers (2) Bungaree 10.9  (69) def R’wood/C’hap 7.9  (51) Daylesford 14 11 20 15 5 10
Skipton16.9  (105) def Creswick 9.3  (57) Learmonth 26 20 38 38 71 121
Newlyn 22 11 40 29 43 35
Waubra 20.13  (133) def Ballan 3.2  (20)
Beaufort 2 12 1 30 8 32
Clunes 9.13  (67) def C’ham/Linton 7.12  (54) Skipton 35 16 13 31 25 38
Bye - Gordon Creswick 1 39 23 44 27 32
Springbank 17 20 21 33 36 34
Hepburn 31 21 30 40 31 51
Reserves  Waubra 6 21 19 27 21 34
Daylesford 3.13  (31) def Learmonth 2.8  (20) Ballan 3 12 22 30 34 39
Bye - Gordon
Buninyong 9.5  (59) def Dunnstown 8.8  (56)
Newlyn 14.12  (96) def Beaufort 3.2  (20)
Springbank 10.8  (68) def Hepburn 2.6  (18) CHFL - Top Goal Kickers
R’wood/C’hap 9.9  (63) def Bungaree 5.0  (30)
Under 15
Skipton 7.8  (50) def Creswick 4.8  (32) Max Filmer Dunnstown............................. 42        
Waubra 21.14  (140) def Ballan 2.4  (16) Tyler Pike Gordon..................................... 22        
C’ham/Linton 10.8  (68) def Clunes 6.3  (39) Daniel Britt Dunnstown..............................14        
Bye - Gordon Tyson Young Gordon......................................11        
Levhi Givvens Dunnstown..............................11
Under 18 Joseph Gregory Springbank..............................11        
Learmonth 13.19  (97) def Daylesford 0.1  (1) Jude McGuire Dunnstown..............................11
Dunnstown 10.7  (67) def Buninyong 7.4  (46)
Under 18
Newlyn 12.18  (90) def Beaufort 3.3  (21)
Jimmy Wallesz Hepburn.................................. 28        
Hepburn 7.9  (51) def Springbank 6.6  (42)
Jack McGregor Ballan          15        
Bungaree 14.14  (98) def R’wood/C’hap 3.0  (18) Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 13        
Ballan 11.5  (71) def Waubra 4.4  (28) Jackson Kurzman Springbank....................          12        
C’ham/Linton 14.17  (101) def Clunes 1.3  (9) Noah McIntosh Bungaree................................. 12        
Bye - Gordon
Under 15 Billie Leskosek Buninyong.............................. 22        
Learmonth 9.14  (68) def Daylesford 2.2  (14) Rodney Watts Ballan........................................17
Dunnstown 14.12  (96) def Buninyong 1.0  (6) Connor Ronan Dunnstown..............................14        
Steven Nicholson Gordon......................................14        
Beaufort 15.8  (98) def Newlyn 0.0  (0)
Damon Simpkin Dunnstown............................. 13        
Springbank 25.13  (163) def Hepburn 0.0  (0)
Bungaree 8.7  (55) def R’woodC’hap 3.12  (30)
Ballan 9.5  (59) def Waubra 5.6  (36) Samuel Dunstan Hepburn.................................. 32        
Clunes 13.12  (90) def C’ham/Linton 3.4  (22) Brendan Sutcliffe Gordon..................................... 24        
Skipton 10.6  (66) def Creswick 4.0  (24) William Driscoll Springbank............................. 12        
Bye - Gordon Jack Gibbs Ballan....................................... 12        

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