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Vol 10 No 31

Matthew Grindrod (Sec BAF Assoc) promotes


the upcoming event at St Annes Winery
(Myrniong) that will showcase the Moorabool
region. Photo Helen Tatchell

Flavour of the month

By Jessica Howard

Volunteerism is alive and well in Moorabool


and the committee of Ballans much-loved
Autumn Festival are getting their hands
dirty again with the launch of a vibrant new
event.
The Flavours of Moorabool will showcase
the regions finest talent at St Annes Winery
in Myrniong on Sunday August 28.
The new tourism event, supported by a
$3000 Moorabool Council grant, comes after
the success of the Ballan Autumn Festival,
which was launched in 1975.
Ballan Autumn Festival Association
secretary, Matthew Grindrod said the

association, in partnership with St Annes


Winery, aimed to establish the Flavours of
Moorabool as one of the shires premier food
and wine tasting events.
Quality events, such as the Flavours of
Moorabool, are important because they
not only promote tourism and commercial
opportunities for local businesses, but they
also attract the attention of event organisers
looking to stage other large scale events in
our shire, he said.
Events organised by other volunteer
associations in our shire, such as the Bacchus
Marsh Tourism Association, rival those of
the bigger cities with events teams dedicated
to putting on such events, and Im extremely

proud of what we achieve as volunteers each


year.
Mr Grindrod said funds raised from the
festival would be used to fund their flagship
event the Ballan Autumn Festival for 2017
and beyond.
Local traders, and indeed festival market
stalls, quote the Ballan Autumn Festival
weekend as their busiest trading weekend
of the year an important tradition to keep
alive.
The Flavours of Moorabool kicks off at 11am
and will showcase the flavours unique to,
and loved by the region. Guests will have
the opportunity to sample the shires finest

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By Jessica Howard
Most towns have at least one, and in
a first for Ballan, residents can now
safely cross the main street thanks to
the installation of two new pedestrian
crossings.
Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard
visited Ballan on Friday (August
5) to open the new raised zebra
crossings on Inglis Street. He was
joined by VicRoads Road Safety and
Traffic Engineering team leader, Ben
Anderson, and residents of the Ballan
Aged Care Hostel.
Pedestrians, especially the elderly
and residents with disabilities, now

feel safer when crossing the road to


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this new crossing [located near Cowie
Street], Mr Howard said.
People can also cross with greater
safety near Fisken Street, with the
crossing theyre delivering improved
connections to the shopping strip and
recreational facilities.
Ballan Aged Care Hostel resident,
Edna said she was over the moon with
the new pedestrian crossings.
Its the best thing theyve ever done
for this town. Ive lived here for three
years and I used to just stand there,
terrified, waiting for someone else to
cross the road so I could ask them for

Police rounds

Fatality crash seeks witnesses

A woman has died following a single car crash in Ballan on


Friday.
The vehicle was discovered by a passer-by just prior to 10pm
who called Triple Zero.
Investigators are unsure as to the exact time of the crash and
are appealing to anyone who may have seen the vehicle in
the area to come forward.
It is believed a green Holden Commodore veered off Frichots
Lane, near Stone Hut Lane, Bunding and struck a tree.
The driver, a 48-year-old Ballan woman who was the only
occupant of the car, died at the scene.
Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the crash,
or saw the vehicle in the area prior to the crash to contact
Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

help, she said.


Now it is safe, I can go for walks and
cross the road and feel safe.
Mr Howard thanked the community
for their valuable input into the project,
with ideas at a community session held
last December leading to the two two
raised crossings, as opposed to a single
crossing with flashing lights.
On average around 3,700 vehicles
a day travel on Inglis Street these
crossing ensure Ballan remain safe and
vibrant, he said.
I am really pleased to see VicRoads
and Moorabool Shire working with the
community to deliver a great outcome.

Warrants issued in Marsh

The 31-year-old man was arrested by Special Operations


Group members at a Ballarat Road, Braybrook address
about 1pm on Sunday 7 August. He has since been charged
following warrants issued across Victoria including Tatura
and Bacchus Marsh.
A facebook post revealed, Something going down in
Underbank (Bacchus Marsh), cops in bullet proof vests, dog
squad, eight cars and heaps of cops.
The Braybrook man has been charged with one count of
collecting or making documents likely to facilitate a terrorist
act, contrary to section 101.5(1) of the Criminal Code (Cth) and
one count of acts done in preparation for, or planning, a terrorist
act, contrary to section 101.6(1) of the Criminal Code (Cth).
The investigation was conducted by Victorias Joint Counter
Terrorism Team (JCTT), comprising officers from the
Australian Federal Police and Victoria Police.
AC Ross Guenther said at a media conference there is no
ongoing risk or harm to the Victorian community that we
are aware of.

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Showband will feature in a Tribute to
the Big Band era with numbers such
as In the Mood, Little Brown Jug, A
String of Pearls. The jazz segments
for the evening will be performed by
a guest jazz group from Geelong, the
Peter Hooper Quartet.
The four guest soloists, Maddy
Ludbrook, Georgie Potter, Andrew
McKenner and Josh Borschman, are
all members of the Carolyn Bennett
Sing to Inspire Music School.
Concert in Cabaret - Broadway and
All That Jazz will be held on the evening of Saturday, August 13. Patrons
will be seated at tables and are able
to bring their own food, drinks and
glasses.
Mr Wilkins said the $25 tickets were
now very limited, with bookings essential and no door sales on the night.
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The Moorabool Light Orchestra is
bringing its cabaret style back to the
stage.
Broadway and All That Jazz
will be presented at the Bacchus
Marsh Public Hall this month and
will offer cabaret style seating and
performances.
Musical director, Barry Wilkins said
the audience would be entertained
not only by the full orchestra, but
also four young vocalists, a 20-piece
showband and a jazz quartet.
The music program features a range
of Broadway hits including selections
from My Fair Lady, Phantom of the
Opera, Les Misrables, Sound of Music, Orpheus in the Underworld, Music Man and a classic tribute to the famous American film score composer
John Williams, he said.
Four talented young singers from
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performances have seen her take part in Anything Goes, Zanadu Zombie Prom,
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Georgie Potter has performed in a collection of shows, included Oliver!, The Wizard
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year of learning with Carolyn Bennett. Georgie is currently studying a Bachelor of
Music Theatre at Federation University.
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The assertions of former
councillor Pat Griffin have
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Each expressed opposing views when debating
the proposed new Recreation Reserve User Fees and
Charges Policy at the August 3 council meeting.
The policy governs fees
and charges for recreation
and sports, events and other
community activities held at
the shires reserves.
Mr Griffin, Chair of the Bacchus Marsh Racecourse and
Recreation Reserve Committee, said that he would
not support any user-pays
policy.
He said he was not sure
how fees for ground use and
for facility use would be separated, adding that clubs at
the Bacchus Marsh reserve
have put large amounts of
money into the facilities that
they use.
This policy has serious
misgivings and needs further discussion, Mr Griffin
said.
But he brought up the Bac-

chus Marsh West Golf Club


as an example against the
policy, citing its $1 peppercorn lease agreement with
council.
The Pony Club, the Camp
Drafters, the Harness and
Poultry Clubs, they manage their own facilities, except for public access areas
- roads, toilets, mowing of
nature strip. In theory they
all should be $1, Mr Griffin
said.
Cr Edwards pointed out the
difference.
Why does the Golf Club
pay $1 and the Harness
Club pays over $3000? Because council does a lot of
the work at the reserve, Cr
Edwards said.
What Mr Griffin failed
to address is that council
pay all maintenance costs
associated with the varying sporting clubs where
there is a user agreement
or licence in place. Usually
football, netball, basketball
clubs etc have these and we
maintain the buildings and
playing fields and we are
only asking that they contribute a small amount - 10
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club bears all costs. And is
responsible for the costs of
all maintenance of the clubhouse, playing field, driveways car park etc. Therefore
any charge is a profit to
council at the detriment to
the community group.
Cr Edwards also amended
the motion to adopt the
policy, changing wording so
that those using the facilities
such as a chiropractor wanting to use medical rooms at
a sporting facility to conduct
business should be charged
commercial rent rates but
that organisations such as
football clubs should not
be charged full commercial
rent rates.
Council should not profit
from community organisations that provide significant benefits for the community, Cr Edwards said.
The policy was adopted
with
Councillors
John
Spain, David Edwards, Paul
Tatchell, Pat Toohey and Allan Comrie voting in favour
of the motion; Councillors
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Alive,
after four
days lost

By Jessica Howard
A Darley man who was lost for four days in
the bush has been found alive.
James Grimes was located near the
Lerderderg River just before 4pm on Tuesday
(August 2).
The 62-year-old was reported missing after
he failed to make contact with his family
after leaving his Swans Road home with a
backpack at about 8:30am on Saturday 30
July.
An extensive search of the Bacchus Marsh
bush was conducted by local and Ballarat
police, Search and Rescue divers, and State

Emergency Services.
The SES contingent was made up of
volunteers from Bacchus Marsh, Ballarat,
Hepburn, Melton, Whitehorse, Lilydale,
Manningham,
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Upper Yarra units.
Mr Grimes was taken by road ambulance to
the Alfred Hospital in a stable condition.
In Australia, around 35,000 people are
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By Jessica Howard
Surprised and humbled is how
Bacchus Marsh resident Lauraine Slater described how she
felt upon receiving an award
that recognised her nine years
of voluntary service to the Red
Cross.
The long-term resident received
the award on Monday (July 25)
in a ceremony held at Government House.
I felt a mixture of things, to be
honest, she said.
Im still trying to come to
terms with it because Ive never
done what I do for recognition,
I do it because Red Cross is a
good place to volunteer.
Lauraine commenced her role
as a volunteer close to a decade
ago, after she noticed a sign pursuing helpers at the Red Cross
Blood Bank.
I was giving blood when
I spotted the notice up on a
board, it was asking people to
volunteer by giving those who
had donated blood a cup of tea
or coffee. I thought to myself,
I could do that, and I did, and
thats how it all started.

Lauraine has since taken up the


role of convenor at Telecross, a
program that provides isolated
people with a daily phone call,
and also volunteers her time to
the families of prisoners.
Its about sitting down with
people and just having a chat,
a lot of people dont have anyone to talk to and with the Red
Cross, they know that anything
they tell us is confidential.
I love giving my time to other
people, it is a real pleasure.
Lauraine, who was appointed
the role of Red Cross president
for a period of two years, also
assists in collecting donations
and may be recognised as the
smiling face at McDonalds in
Bacchus Marsh.
I stand on the corner near the
drive through window with
my little Red Cross bucket and
after people pick up their food
order, they pop their change in
the bucket rather than their car
console. Ive been doing that for
about eight years.
Lauraine said it was a great
honour to have been presented
with the award, especially during a ceremony at Government
House.

Councilors Community helps fight crime


argue over
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It took a fiery debate, but Moorabool has a


new Community Facilities Funding Policy.
Councillors spoke passionately about
Committees of Management when the item
came up at the August 3 council meeting.
The policy guides councils role in the
management of community reserves and
halls, through the provision of annual
operational funding.
The policy had already been endorsed by
councillors to be put out for public exhibition,
with a subsequent report recommending its
adoption.
Woodlands Ward Councillor Pat Toohey
objected to the document, in particular the
user fees and charges.
East Ward Councillor Dave Edwards argued
that the document lays out exactly where the
money goes.
What it does here is protect the rights of
ALL communities. We will fund certain
things, like cutting the grass on the oval.
It just puts guidelines in there for the
Committees of Management, Cr Edwards
said.
West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan also
objected to the policy, saying that it is not a
guideline but is mandatory.
This is disrespectful, lets give them a pat
on the head, let them lie down and we will
tickle their bellies. This is disrespectful to
Committees of Management, full stop, Cr
Sullivan said.
The motion to adopt the policy was passed,
with Councillors David Edwards, Allan
Comrie, Tonia Dudzik, Paul Tatchell and
John Spain voting in favour.
Councillors Tom Sullivan and Pat Toohey
voted against the motion; a division was
called so that the individual votes will be
officially recorded.

Close to $10-million worth


of property and drugs have
been recovered in the last
year thanks to Crime Stoppers Victoria.
The not-for-profit organisation has celebrated another
year of community crime
fighting and prevention
with the release of its 2015-16
financial year results.
Almost 80,000 phone and
online reports were received
from the community, resulting in a record-breaking
40,000 information reports
being passed onto Victoria
Police for investigation.
This information resulted
in the recovery of $8,062,140
worth of drugs, $1,337,258
worth of property and
$353,485 of cash.
Crime Stoppers Victoria

CEO Sam Hunter said the


results demonstrated Victorias outstanding commitment to detecting and reducing crime.
Information from the community is invaluable and often leads to real results when
it comes to breaking the cy-

cle of crime, he said.


In the past year the community has played an integral role in solving hundreds
of crimes including one
murder, 26 serious assault,
18 armed robberies and nine
sexual assaults.
Other outcomes included
the discovery and dismantling of 100 hydroponic
grow houses, one of which
was found at a Dewar Court
property in Maddingley on
May 4.
We couldnt be more
proud of the dedication the
community has shown in
assisting our crime fighting
cause, Mr Hunter said.
Crime Stoppers is completely confidential and as simple
as calling 1800 333 000, visiting www.crimestoppers.vic.
com.au or downloading the
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Tree-mendous planting
By Kate Taylor

The Moorabool Catchment Landcare Group has celebrated another successful


planting day.
Last month, 15 community volunteers managed to get in a whopping 1500 trees
across two properties in Mt Egerton on one day.
These trees are developing bio-diverse stepping stones and shelter belts between
the Wombat State Forest and Brisbane Ranges National Park, in an effort to create
a bio-link which will connect the two forests, said group spokesperson Elle Fox.
A day full of car boggings and human boggings due to the amazing amounts of
rain was concluded with a lunch of hot, homemade soup, burgers and brownies
cooked by Moorabool Catchment Landcare volunteers. A big, big thank you to
all of the volunteers, the landholders and to the National Landcare Program, 20
Million Trees for funding the project.
The MCLG has another community planting day in Mt Egerton on 27 August. If
you are interested in participating, please email Ms Fox at moorabool.landcare@
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Time to thrive

Strategic
planning for
housing

By Kate Taylor

Low density and nature areas in Bacchus


Marshs new housing strategy have been
saved by council.
The Bacchus Marsh Housing to 2041 Strategy is a consolidated vision that will guide
the future management of growth pressures
in the town.
The strategy was put out for public exhibition with three agencies having made submissions - Western Water, Wyndham City
Council, and the Department of Economic
Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR).
All were supportive of the proposed strategy though the DEDJTR suggested some
areas that should have increased housing
density.
However, a report prepared by council officers and tabled at the August 3 council
meeting outlined a number of reasons as to
why the areas will remain under-developed.
Three submissions were also made by
members of the public, with the report responding to concerns raised.
The issues concerning integrated neighbourhood planning are all entirely valid
and present a challenge in the non-master
planned areas of Bacchus Marsh which
comprise large sections of Darley and Bacchus Marsh - but not West Maddingley or
Underbank, the report reads.
Council is modelling needs as part of the
Community Infrastructure Framework, examining gaps and ultimately Council will
examine how to remedy these issues.
Much of this concern relates to legacy
development and the Community Infrastructure Framework, paired to improved
cycleways and footpaths (BMITS, Hike and
Bike Strategy) and other initiatives will
over time see improvement in how places
function and therefore the liveability of
neighbourhoods.
At the meeting, West Ward Councillor Tom
Sullivan questioned whether the strategy
would result in Bacchus Marsh becoming a
mini-Melton.
He asked whether the traditional quarteracre block could be maintained within the
plan.
CEO Rob Croxford said there are no neighbourhood characters in the town. The bottom line is around eight per cent are units,
and 92 per cent are houses that might be
able to move toward 85 per cent, 15 per cent.
Mr Croxford said the plan is a bit more positive about where unit development occurs.
The strategy is also expected to assist council in defending matters at VCAT when permit applications have been refused.
The motion to adopt the strategy was
passed, and work will now begin on changes to the planning scheme that must be
made before implementing the strategy.

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A life of policing
By Kate Taylor
From growing up in Ballan to
becoming the towns top cop,
Ken Tingate knows he is leaving
the safety of his community in
good hands.
Having served as Senior
Sergeant in charge of Ballan for
13 years, Mr Tingate is retiring
after a 39-year career that saw
him serve in many areas in and
around Moorabool.
I started off in Melbourne, city
traffic for 18 months, then I went
to Ballarat and was up there for
the next five years, and then I
went down to Broadmeadows
for six years, Mr Tingate
explained.
I got promoted to Sergeant
and from there I went to Melton,
and I was in Bacchus Marsh
temporarily for 12 months.
And in 2004, I was fortunate
enough to take over the position
of Senior Sergeant in charge of
Ballan.
He knew what he was in for.
Ive lived in Ballan all my life.
Not only has Mr Tingate always
lived in the town, but he and

wife Rosalie raised their four


children there too.
As a family man, its the fullcircle of local families that has
been the most surprising aspect
of policing Ballan.
Its the number of young
people who grew up and
decided it was still such a good
place to live that theyre raising
their own children round the
area.
But there have also been
changes in local crime.
Unfortunately, Ballan is on the
major route between Ballarat
and Melbourne, so we get a lot
of transient misbehavers.
But by and large, were
considered one of the safer
places to raise a family.
Over his career, Mr Tingate
saw Bacchus Marsh go from
a 12-hour station to a 24-hour
station; he oversaw the Gordon
station while at Ballan; and also
took his place on the Moorabool
Emergency
Management
Planning Committee.
I worked with some very
competent people there, we
put in a lot of planning for

unforeseen emergencies in the


shire, and thankfully weve
avoided most disasters - and if
they did happen to occur, then
were pretty well managed.
With Mr Tingate having been
off work for the past two years
on medical leave, it has already
been a bit of a practice-run at the
station for his official retirement.
The workers there have still
managed to do an excellent job
of looking after the community.
After such a lengthy career
in law enforcement, a big
retirement party was called for...
with a bit of the humour that
locals are used to.
I can see who likes me or
whether they just want to see
me gone.
His retirement plans are
simple.
Kick back and relax, do a bit
of travelling, spend more time
with the family.
But the habit of a lifetime is
hard to break.
and continue to help people
where I can.

Ken Tingate, with wife Rosalie, is retiring after 39 years in the police force, 13 of
those as Sergeant at Ballan station. Photo Helen Tatchell

Moorabool Shire Council


NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 7 September 2016 at the
Gordon Public Hall, 68 Main Street, Gordon, commencing at 5.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The next committee meeting will be of the S86 Development Assessment Committee will be
held tomorrow, Wednesday 10 August 2016, at the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan,
commencing at 4.00pm.
The next meeting of the Place Making Advisory Committee will be Wednesday 17 August
2016, at the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 4.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
DRAFT SMALL TOWNS AND SETTLEMENTS STRATEGY
COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
Council has prepared a Draft Small Towns and Settlements Strategy, which is available for
comment until Tuesday 23 August 2016.
The draft strategy contains recommendations for Balliang, Balliang East, Barkstead, Blackwood,
Bungaree, Clarendon, Dales Creek, Dunnstown, Elaine, Greendale, Korweinguboora / Spargo
Creek, Lal Lal, Mount Egerton, Myrniong, Wallace and Yendon. Ballan and Gordon have already
been considered in adopted Structure Plans.
Council is keen to gain your feedback on the Draft Strategy and associated background
information. The draft strategy and background information is available in the Talking 2041
section on Councils website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au and can be viewed at the
following locations:
Moorabool Shire Council, Principal Ofce, 15 Stead Street, Ballan
Moorabool Shire Council, Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Written submissions on the Draft Small Towns and Settlements Strategy are invited until 5.00pm
on Tuesday 23 August 2016 and can be made via haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au,
via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au or addressed to:
Strategic and Sustainable Development
Moorabool Shire Council
PO Box 18
BALLAN VIC 3342
Phone enquiries should be directed to Councils strategic and sustainable development unit on
5366 7100.
EMPLOYMENT
Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
Senior Environmental Health Ofcer
Temporary Full-Time until 28/02/19
Applications close on 19 August 2016
**Please be advised we do not accept applications through agencies**
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT


The land affected by the application is located at
Location: 35 Ruxton Way, Hopetoun Park,VIC 3340
Land Title Particulars: Lot 50 on PS 527327D
The application is for a permit to: Variation of Restrictive Covenant AF100891N, item
(k) to allow an outbuilding greater than 13.0m length (Retrospective)
Applicant for the permit is: B & P Diacono
The application reference number is: PA2016159
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the ofce of
the Responsible Authority:
Moorabool Shire Council
15 Stead Street, Ballan
182 Halletts Way Darley
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool
This can be done during ofce hours and is free of charge.
Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other
submissions to the Responsible Authority.
An objection must be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing, include the reasons for the
objection and state how the objector would be affected.
Please be aware that copies of objections/submissions received may be made available to any
person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process.
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before - 23 August 2016
If you object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision.

General Revaluation

Are you ARE


trying
to manage your budget?
YOU TRYING TO MANAGE YOUR BUDGET?
Did you know that Council has implemented a 10 Alternative
Instalment Payment option?

Did you know that Council


Alternative Instalment Pay

This payment option is only available via the Direct


Debit payment channel. Direct Debit Application
forms can be downloaded from Councils website at
www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

Payments will be debited to your nominated account


on the 15th of each month (or the next business day)
between September and June.

This payment option is only av


payment channel. Direct Debi
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More disputing in chamber

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By Kate Taylor

PAUL

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Perspective

Councillors were divided when adopting


a new framework to manage the shires
recreation reserves.
After heated debate, the Recreation
Reserve Management Framework was
adopted at the August 3 council meeting,
held in Bacchus Marsh.
The framework is designed to govern how
council manages facilities throughout the
shire, in a more co-ordinated and consistent
way, including issues around governance,
management of use, financial management
and accountability.
Despite the document having been
endorsed by council previously for an
eight-week exhibition period, West Ward
Councillor Tom Sullivan objected to the
recommendation made by council officers
to adopt the framework
East Ward Councillor Dave Edwards
pointed out the policy has already
gone through a number of groups and
organisations for consultation, adding that
it covers the bigger picture.
Cr Sullivan however argued the framework
is disappointing, and will restrict the roles
of volunteers.
I find it very disappointing with
partnerships with groups it is not

partnerships, it is a takeover. It flies in the


face of community groups with volunteers.
Council is saying forget you, we are going
to do this. - it talks about council funding
conditions these are volunteers, not
professionals, Cr Sullivan said.
We didnt even have the courtesy of
functionality of how one end of the shire
works to the other... now we are going to tell
you what to do, he said.
Woodlands Ward Councillor Pat Toohey
agreed with Cr Sullivan, saying committees
who do not have the volunteers to do the
work for the funding processes will miss
out.
I fear volunteers will say well if you want
to run the show, you run the show, Cr
Toohey said.
Were saying if you dont toe the line you
wont get your cheque. We have a lack of
discussion in the document about what
volunteers do, how much in-kind they do
etc etc.
East Ward Councillors Allan Comrie, John
Spain, Tonia Dudzik and David Edwards
voted to pass the motion; Councillors Pat
Toohey, Tom Sullivan and Paul Tatchell
voted against, with a division called so that
an official record will be kept of how each
councillor voted.

with Paul Tatchell

Truth, Justice and the ABC


The ABC is one of the few
media organisations that
continues the tradition of
investigative
reporting
in its purest form; acting
as the peoples voice, the
ABC doesnt do glamour, it
doesnt pay million dollar
salaries and it doesnt turn
presenters into over-dressed
super models in designer
wardrobes.
The tax-payer funded organisation competes without the benefit of the lucrative advertising dollar, on a
budget that would pale into
insignificance compared to
the billion dollar budgets
and the bright lights of its
commercial
counterparts;
and it holds its own.
You may have noticed that
I am a big fan of the public broadcaster; it punches
above its weight division,
and manages to retain some
of the best journalists in the
country, defying the realities
of chequebook journalism.
When you consider how
often commercial networks
feed off ABC investigations
as a platform for breaking
news, they are an underrated resource for producers

and audiences alike.


Whilst I acknowledge the
ABC is given far more tolerance in terms of the media
umpires and watchdogs, like
the Australian Press Council; in fact the ABC has its
own legislation in terms of
recourse on public comment
that could be considered offensive or defamatory; some
would suggest that it is almost a parliamentary privilege, and the broadcaster
is often accused of flying a
little close to the wind when
it comes to naming and
shaming.
This brings me to my point.
Last weeks story about
George Pell on the 7.30 programme took perception to a
whole new level in terms of
journalistic bias with dubious intent. Whilst I would be
the last person to question
allegations by victims on
the inappropriate behaviour
of adults towards children,
and in this case allegations
against Australias highest
profile senior cleric, I become increasingly nervous
when the public broadcaster
assumes the role of public
prosecutor.

Whilst I am anything but a


supporter of George Pell, I
believe that George Pell like
every other Australian, is
entitled to a legal process;
regardless of personal viewpoints where emotion can
sometimes cloud reasoning.
Whilst allegations of sexual
abuse on children should always be investigated beyond
reasonable doubt, we cant
have truth, justice and the
ABC.
Investigative reporting is
not about forming judgement then pursuing evidence to justify that judgement within the realms of
probability. Presenting untested evidence into the public arena when the defendant of the claims hasnt been
investigated or questioned
creates a mine field of risks
in terms of natural justice.
Putting aside the only
known fact that after an 18
month investigation into allegations made that didnt
include questioning of the
alleged perpetrator, and the
Office of Public Prosecutions
returned the investigation
brief for no further action;
puts in to question both the

investigative report and the


ABCs ability to maintain
a neutral position on emotional bias.
Whilst I appreciate the enormity of the journalists work
in uncovering the story, and
the difficulties of presenting allegations by alleged
victims of crime, we are all
entitled to as George Pell has
stated, a fair go. When you
put the emotion to one side,
putting that fair go into
any form of Perspective
sees the need for us to walk
in the same shoes as the accused whilst acknowledging
the pain of the accuser.
The fine line of justice for
all is always tested by emotion but sustained by practical evidence, and neither
should be compromised by
paranoia or public perception. Historical cases add a
further element by the dust
of time, and the revelations
once the dust lifts of another
time and place; even cold
cases need to be proved beyond reasonable doubt, not
by media.
Whilst we all hope for vilification, the coin has two sides
and one cannot be ignored

over the other in terms of


what we perceive to be just,
regardless of historical probabilities, or previous form in
unproven offenses; the very
reason why the hangmens
noose became rope in the
cupboard.

Walking in the Cardinals


shoes is the same as our own
when seen through the Perspective of self; if the judgement of media is reflected
into allegation devoid of
legal process to defend, you
are only left with perception.
I doubt any of us would wish
to be judged on perception,
and 20 minutes of news footage on 18 months of evidence
is not even rough justice.
Imagine sitting in front of
the television watching a
report on allegations against
yourself three decades ago
in a public swimming pool,
or public change rooms
without any recourse in
terms of defence when the
matter cant be tested. Getting a fair go seems a reasonable proposition to me,
and the reality is that if it
hadnt been George Pell, the
ABC wouldnt have touched

it regardless of their journalistic privileges.

The system isnt perfect,


nor is the human beings its
prescribed to protect. Its
reasonable to suggest that
there are more guilty people
enjoying freedom than innocent people incarcerated.
The justice system should be
reflected by our own expectations of right to a fair go.

We live in challenging
times; what was acceptable
in terms of potential risk in
times gone by is now controlled by that same potential of risk going forward.
Whilst the Catholic Church
has a lot to answer for in
terms of its handling of historical allegations, an entitlement to a common defence
should be maintained without fear or favour.
Whilst the media spotlight
draws pain and suffering
of the broken to the public
arena, there will be a time
when the beam fades dim
and the troubled return to
the darkness of their own reality. Its then and only then,
will the depth of the tragedy
be revealed.

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KERB CHATTER
By Deb Goldie

Yes, its not enough


- Dianne (Ballan)

Yes, especially around the


school. When it rains, the
roads turn to mud and
slush in the streets near the
school. - Deb (Ballan)

WHATS ON

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The Moorabool News 9 August, 2016 Page 11

Is car parking a problem in Ballan?

The town is growing fairly


quickly and it needs more
parking. - Chris (Ballan)

Yes, because theres never a


car park. - Cheryl (Ballan)

In Ballan there is no
problem. - Tina (Ballan)

Yes, because sometimes you


have to park down a side
street. - John (Ballan)

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tests 15/8 - Bookings essential; Using Computers, 22/8. All
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Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre, 33-35
Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses, recreation classes,
community groups, occasional child care, venue hire.
Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390 www.darleylearning.
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Melton South Community Centre
Offering classes in First Aid/CPR, Body Waxing,
Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) 13/8; Eyelash Lift
& Tinting, French Manicure & Pedicure 16/8; Beaded
Jewellery Making - 21/8.Phone 9747 8576 for bookings and
enquiries.

MEETINGS

Ballan Anglers Inc


Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome
0400 003 936.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers
Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535 or secretary@
lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome Peter 0428 112 295.

MARKETS
Ballan Lions Club Market
Saturday 3 September, 9am-1pm.
1st Saturday each Month. Inglis St, Ballan. Enquiries 0402
390 080 (Wayne).
Darley Market
Saturday 20 August, 8am 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac,
fruit/veg, clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries 0488 345
145 (Alan).
Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market Saturday 13 August, 9am-1pm.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq 0498
361 291 or 0490 114 130.

CHURCH

Ballan Uniting Church (St. Pauls)


Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship.
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Service Times Sunday 14 August - St Johns, Bungaree, 9am;
St Johns Ballan, 11am; St Marks in the Pub Gordon, 5pm.
Please contact Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
B3 Community Focused, family friendly church with a
difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
every Friday night. 222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
9028 2622.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Services - St Andrews 9.30am every Sunday (3rd Sunday of
month Family Service). Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of
month. Enq 5367 2543 (office) or www.themarshuca.org.au
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Service Times - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Cafe Church - 1st
Sunday 10am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm, Wednesdays
10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am .
Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362
(office) or www.bacchusmarshanglican.org.au
Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Maddingley. Enq 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am. Worship Service and Childrens Program.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.

Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit


Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).

Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship


Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Mens
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details 0429 681 566.

EXPERIENCE ST ANNES
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For a fine dining experience at the Flavours of Moorabool
Food and Wine Tasting Festival on Sunday 28 August,
book for the St Annes Port Lunch.
Enjoy a range of classic fortified including Tawnies,
Vintage ports, Muscats & Tokays, all matched
with an exquisite five course fine dining menu
by St Annes very own chef Glenn.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Five course Port lunch - $90 per person. Limted seats available.
To book, pay online or call St Annes Vineyards on 03 5368 7209.
Festival entry must be purchased separately online at or at the gate.

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The Moorabool News 9 August, 2016 Page 13

Car show spectacular


By Jessica Howard
Jarrad Solomon is not your average artist.
The Bacchus Marsh man has a gift for spray
painting but his canvas is not a wall, its a
vehicle.
Owner of Cre8tive Edge Auto Refinishing,
Jarrod restores vehicles back to their original
colour, and his talent has seen him appear in the
Melbourne Showgrounds Superstars Room.
Jarrad repaired and refinished a 1955 Ford
Truck and a 1963 Volkswagen Kombi, both
which appeared at the prestigious Meguiars
MotorEx Car Show on July 16 and 17.
The palomino metallic Ford, owned by Bacchus
Marsh resident Jeremy Burnett, was invited into
the Superstars Room with just 20 other vehicles
from across the nation.
The turquoise Volkswagen Kombi, owned by
local Paul Psaila, appeared in the main arena
of the show and took out the award for Best
Overall Exhibition.
Jarrad, who began his career at the age of 17,
said he never expected to see his work appear in
such an esteemed show.
Im pretty happy with myself. In the
Superstars Room, there was $1.8 million spent
on refinishing the winner, so the level of
competition was pretty crazy. The Ford Truck
ranked about 12th or 13th out of the 20 cars and
I was happy with that. My budget, compared to
what some of the others had, just wasnt there,
yet the truck does look very nice.
To have the work of just a little shop appear in
what is a pretty big show was just unreal.
The 34-year-old was employed as a specialist
car restorer for Austin Healy, Marsh Classic
Restorations, for a period of eight years, before
going out on his own.
Cre8tive Edge Auto Refinishing, located

at 3 Smith Street in Maddingley, has since served the community and


surrounds for half a decade.
Jarrad has also painted cars imported from all over the world, including
Switzerland and Geneva.
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/cre8tiveedge
autorefinishing.

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Price growth in family homes

Geoff White
CEO, REIV

The latest REIV data shows family


homes remain popular with buyers,
delivering solid price growth in the
year to June 30.
Median house price growth was
widespread across Victoria - from
Gippsland, to the states north and
west, as well as a number of locations
within commuting distance of
Melbourne.
Three-bedroom houses in Drouin,
east of Melbourne, recorded one of
the states largest price increases
over the year, up more than 18 per
cent to a median house price of

$330,000. This was up from $278,500


for the same period last year.
This was closely followed by fourbedroom properties in Traralgon
in the Latrobe Valley, where the
median house price rose 17.2 per cent
to $390,500.
Double-digit growth for threebedroom homes was recorded in
a number of regional towns over
the year including Kyneton, up 14.1
per cent to a median of $465,000;
Mildura, up 13.6 per cent to $250,000;
Warragul, up 11.9 per cent to
$330,000; and Shepparton, up 11.5

per cent to $252,500.


Three and four-bedroom homes
in the coastal town of Torquay
experienced significant annual
growth, both up by 10 per cent to
median house prices of $626,250 and
$690,000 respectively.
Other areas experiencing solid
annual price growth for threebedroom homes include Sale, up
9.6 per cent to a median of $279,500;
Wodonga, up 6.5 per cent to $275,000;
Geelong West, up 6.4 per cent to
$526,500; and Ocean Grove, up 6.4
per cent to $500,000.

Meanwhile, annual price growth


was also seen at the opposite end of
the spectrum.
In the year to June 30, the statewide
median price for one-bedroom units
increased 2.3 per cent to $163,750, up
from $160,000 for the same period
last year.
And three-bedroom units recorded
significant price growth, up 3.8 per
cent over the year to a median of
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Beautiful family home in Grantleigh


6 Riverbend Drive, Bacchus Marsh Price: $488,000

This immaculately presented 4 bedroom home in the exclusive Grantleigh Estate, is ready to move into with
nothing left to do. Comprising of master bedroom with ensuite & large WIR, all other bedrooms have BIRs and
there are 3 generous living areas. The open plan kitchen/meals area is complimented by a 900mm oven, cooktop,
dishwasher, plus plenty of bench & cupboard space. This leads out to a large covered outdoor entertaining area
where you can entertain your friends and family. You will enjoy comfort all year round with ducted heating &
evaporative cooling. A double remote garage & side access provide adequate space for cars & off-road parking for
a boat, caravan or trailer. A great family friendly sized block with picturesque views & a beautiful location make
this property one not to be missed.

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Stonehill is a masterplanned community that offers everyday living conveniences
within easy reach. Plus, theres a $20 million shopping precinct and private primary
school coming soon. And if that isnt enough, its also part of the charming, urban
town of Bacchus Marsh. With its established sporting clubs and friendly main street,
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*Subject to contract and availability. Final details are set out in contact documentation. Price for house and land based on 3 bedroom Hamilton Property Group home on Lot 1032 in Stonehill and excludes government charges and
nance costs. Shopping precinct and school expected to open in 2018. All information correct at 31/5/16 and subject to change without notice. 16_8103.

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6 AKERS COURT, DARLEY

15 GLEESON COURT, BACCHUS MARSH

AUCTION

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THE EPITOMY OF GRANDEUR

Magnicent 5 bedroom home, main with walk-through-robe & en-suite;


Set on a stunning 5945sqm (approx.) block nestled above the golf course with sweeping views;
Huge family and rumpus room are adjacent to childrens bedrooms and have sliding door access to outdoor area;
Central kitchen with solid timber cabinets, granite island bench, St. George gas cooktop, Chef oven & new dishwasher.
Large walk-in pantry all overlooking the meals area and forever views;
Ducted heating & cooling, ducted vacuum, 9 foot ceilings, down lights throughout;
Extra large double remote garage with internal access; and
Outdoors private pergola covered in ornamental grape vines with concrete paving, grassed area and landscaping.

A PERFECT STEP INTO HOME OWNERSHIP!

Large spacious and light filled family home.


4 bedrooms (master with walk in robes).
2 large living areas
Huge open meals area
Kitchen with plenty of cupboard space and long island bench.
Family bathroom, laundry, ducted heating
Side decking and single garage.

Auction: Saturday 20th August at 11.00am


Inspect: Saturday 13th August 11.45am-12.15pm
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $349,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au

16 GEORGE STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

30 LYLE STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

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Private Sale: $429,000


Inspect: Saturday 13th August 11.45pm-12.15pm
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

Julie
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0422 412 964

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Triple fronted cream clinker brick home situated on a 534sqm block;


Fully renovated inside with a light filled kitchen, caesar stone bench tops, walk in pantry and
underground cellar;
Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling, ducted vacuum system;
Newly renovated bathroom with under oor heating;
Features: parquetry ooring, open fireplace in lounge room, rear and side decking, water tank,
garden shed;
Close to primary schools, shops and easy access to the freeway and sporting facilities.

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Affordable property in central location.


Light and bright ambience.
Polished timber oors.
Three bedrooms, formal lounge.
Galley Kitchen with meals area.
Double garage with covered timber pergola.
Land Size 16.76m x 36.57m.
Ideal rental investment offering vacant possession.
Private Sale: $290,000
Inspect: Saturday 13th August 11.45am-12.15pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

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Rayner

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45 GRAHAM STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

385 MORRISONS LANE, KOROBEIT

AUCTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

Captivating North Facing Victorian Cottage


Versatile layout
6 bedrooms, 2 living areas
Open plan kitchen, meals and living
Ducted heating and split system
Period features
Double carport with remote control
Walking distance to shops, schools, medical facilities and public transport.

RURAL LIFESTYLE ON 2.52HA (6 ACRES)

Auction: Saturday 10th September at 11.00am


Inspect: Saturday 13th August 11.00-11.30am
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $665,000


Inspect: Saturday 13th August 2.00pm-3.00pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945 or Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

6/80 MAIN STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

10 INGLEWOOD AVENUE, EYNESBURY

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

PERFECT LOCATION, PERFECT STYLE

3 bedrooms
Large 2 way bathroom plus separate powder room.
Spacious kitchen/ meals area with large breakfast bar.
Open plan lounge with double sliding doors to courtyard.
Double lock up garage
Landscaped front and rear yard.
Ducted heating and cooling
Body Corporate fees approx $250 per quarter.

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

ABSOLUTE UNIQUE HOME IN EYNESBURY

4 bedroom plus study or fifth bedroom home, master with large ensuite.
Large family/meals area, separate lounge, theatre room/gym and reading or trophy room.
Ducted heating and cooling.
Central kitchen with stone bench tops, 900ml cooktop and oven.
Under rooine alfresco/ bbq area.
Low maintenance gardens and childrens play area.
Double remote control garage
5 kw of solar panels.
Private Sale: $449,000
Inspect: Saturday 13th August 10.1510.45am
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $399,000


Inspect: Saturday 13th August 10.15am-10.45am
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

Located between Bacchus Marsh and Greendale, attractive brick veneer home
Views of Pentland Hills from huge lounge dining area, large covered pergola
4 Bedrooms ensuite to main with spa bath, BIRs to remaining bedrooms
Kitchen and meals area, dishwasher, 1 wall ovens, hotplates
Land adjoins a seasonal creek, large dam, rainwater storage 23,000 gallons
Large garage workshop, double bay shed, high clearance, power and lights
Tractor shed and wood shed, general purpose shed, 2 stalls and tackroom
Heat Charm wood heater, Solar electric hot water, split system air conditioner, 14 Solar panels

Mark
Davis
0458 224 405

Melonie
Winch
0408 675 011

Graeme
Rayner
0417 559 945

raynerrealestate.com.au

Adam
Tucci
0411 077 128

Mark
Dudley
0409 954 396

Rod
Grant
0416 231 782

5366 3600

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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Rayner

We put you rst

94 ATKINSON STREET, BALLAN

42 COWANS DRIVE, DALES CREEK

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

BE SURPRISED

2 Good sized bedrooms plus study with in-built desk


Stylish modern kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower
Laundry cupboard
All new oor coverings, gas heating
Carport, garden shed and rain water tank
Delightful garden
Set on a 349sqm (approx.) block and with an easy walk to the railway station
and central Ballan

Private Sale: $319,000


Inspect: Sat 13th Aug 11:3012:00pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

4 MOORABOOL DRIVE, BALLAN

RUSTIC, CHARACTER, CHARM

On 4046m2 (1 acre approx). Double carport plus double and single garage
Unique design over 3 levels, close to state forest,
Lounge/family room, kitchen with separate meals and dining areas
Master with private balcony, and shared balcony to other 2 rooms
Character elements include woodheating, timber slate and exposed brick

Private Sale: $405,000


Inspect: Sat 13th Aug 11:30-12:30pm
Sun 14th Aug 1:302:15pm
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

133 OCONNORS LANE, BALLAN

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

COMFORTABLE FAMILY HOME

3 Bedrooms all with built in robes, en-suite & study


Modern kitchen with gas cooking, rangehood, dishwasher & pantry
Gas ducted heating & evaporative cooling
Double Garage under-roof
Large block (812 sqm) approx.
Good location amongst nice homes
Currently tenanted $320 per week

Private Sale: $399,000


Inspect: Sat 13th Aug 3:003:30pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

RESIDENCE ON 10 ACRES (Approx.)

1km to Freeway 4kms to Ballan Township and Rail.


3 bedroom plus study.
Large kitchen/dining area and separate lounge.
Wide verandas to enjoy the rural outlook to please.
Assortment of shedding including garage, workshop & 4 bay machinery shed
2 large water tanks plus spring fed dam.

15 EDOLS STREET, BALLAN

2 NARIEL COURT, BALLAN

TREE-CHANGE OR HOLIDAY

HIGH QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS

62 ACRES - 25.39 HA BALLAN SOUTH GREENHILLS ROAD


Only 8 kms to Ballan, Zoned Farming Zone (FZ)
Maintained established acreage property
Tree-lined & formed drive, boundary fence windbreaks
Fenced ve paddocks, 3 open horse boxes, cattle yards
2 Dams, tank water, water troughs plus bore water
Power connected to 60 x 20 (approx.) shed
Machinery shed 40 x 20 (approx.), grass circuit

100 Acres (Approx), Outstanding Views


Excellent Soil, Great Pasture
Good Fencing, 2 Scenic Dams
Old Stable & Horse starting stall
Freeway entry at Pykes Creek
Commute to Melbourne/Ballarat/Geelong

Private Sale: $419,000


Inspect: Sat 13th Aug 1:001:30pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $449,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $750,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

SOLD

Private Sale: $379,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

3 bedroom brick home, en-suite, bedrooms have BIRs


Study with built in cabinetry & shelving
Quality kitchen with induction cooktop, dbl oven,
garbage disposal, pull out pantry, dishwasher & more
Separate dining room, gas ducted heating, insulation
in ceiling & walls
Quality engineered 3.12kw solar electricity system
Spacious 1012sqm block, workshop plus garden shed

Mark
Davis
0458 224 405

132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets


Ballan

Melonie
Winch
0408 675 011

Graeme
Rayner
0417 559 945

raynerrealestate.com.au

Adam
Tucci
0411 077 128

Private Sale: $710,000


Inspect: Sun 14th Aug 12:301:00pm
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

9 SKINNERS ROAD, BLACKWOOD

Elevated 4 bedroom weather board home


Set on a large block with uninterrupted view
Spacious lounge, sun room, large timber kitchen
Modern stainless steel appliances
Wood heater, air-conditioners, 2 toilets
Double garage

1 & 2 GREENHILLS ROAD, GREENDALE

Mark
Dudley
0409 954 396

Rod
Grant
0416 231 782

5368 1057

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 9 August, 2016 Page 19


MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

FORTHCOMING
Location, You Will
AUCTION
Love It! PREMIUM RESIDENTIAL LAND

GORDON 3 Corbetts Lane

NEW
Location,
LISTING
You Will
Simply
LoveSensational
It!
INSPECT SATURDAY

BACCHUS MARSH 17 Ruddick Place

Situated in the beautiful Gordon village township, central to all


town amenities, is this approximately 6900sqm (1.5 acre) site;
would well suit all sorts of investors. Older styled weatherboard Inspect: Agent on site Sat 13th
home. Great corner position. Premium Residential 1 Zoning. 20
Aug 2.002.30pm
minutes to Ballarat 1 hour to Melbourne. If you are looking for a Auction: Saturday 3 September
great investment opportunity with loads of potential, then this is it.
11am on site
Be quick, as this area is moving ahead very quickly.
Len Smith: 0418 343 754

Proudly positioned in a quiet court location stands this impressive


1400 sqm lifestyle property. Showcasing an outstanding
opportunity to secure one of Bacchus Marshs most desirable
locales. Boasting an open plan floor plan the property comprises
of 5 spacious bedrooms including a spectacular master suite well
placed at the front of the home, with his & her walk in robes and a
full deluxe en-suite.

Location,
FabulousYou
Family
Will Love
Lifestyle
It! - INSPECT SATURDAY

BACCHUS MARSH 189 Halletts Way

44.18

16
764m2

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17
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18
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4.48

19
703m2

34.52

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Stunning township views across Sheldon Park from the elevated


position of this family home. 4 bedrooms, master with walk in
robes and en-suite, study, downstairs rumpus/theatre room, 2
bathrooms, plus huge laundry area. Under house workshop/
storage room and oversized single garage. Conveniently located to
both Darley and Pentland Primary School, Darley Community Hub
and Shopping Centre highlight the appeal to this family home.

Inspect: Sat 10.15-10.45am


Price: $649,500
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Inspect: Sat 12.00-12.30pm


Price: $420,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

14.0

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1
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15.54

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45.63

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38.4
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18.49

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BACCHUS MARSH 29 Wittick Street

Price: $419,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

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624m2

Location,
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Will Love It!

19.29

20.82

26.17

24.61

31.93

23.50

19.01

35.46

6.00

3.21

26.27

6
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29.93

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16.01

19.74

9
541m2

21.90

Inspect: 11.00-11.30am

19.9

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This quality built home sits opposite the Darley hub community centre
and Telford Park Reserve. The home has been designed to embrace
low maintenance living. The layout of the home is exceptionally
functional revealing 4 bedrooms, master with walk-in robes & en-suite,
open plan living, formal lounge, casual family room area, and quality
kitchen. Outdoors has a huge covered alfresco area, double garage,
and established gardens all on a 1100 sqm parcel of land. The home
delivers an exemplary lifestyle.

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Nestled in a quiet court location featuring 3 good sized bedrooms


MASONS VIEWS ESTATE
all with built in robes. Open floor plan, with the north facing living
Masons Views Estate is situated in the heart of town, within minutes
to Primary
area flowing seamlessly into the kitchen meals area, with quality
Prices starting
from $149,000
Mason's Views Estate is a boutique estate situated inappliances.
the heart of the Fully enclosed entertainment area, ideal for year round
Schools, Main Street Shops and Railway Station.
bustling town ous Marsh.
use.
Secure rear yard with a huge 11m x 6m garage/workshop
Contact:
Len
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03
5367
8128
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0418
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166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Phone: 5367 8128

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $315,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Mobile: 0418 343 754

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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Arbee Real Estate


FOR SALE

86 Albert Street, Bacchus Marsh


3

NEW LISTING
FOR SALE

Here is a great opportunity to secure charming, well-presented home


on a wide tree lined court in the old Maddingley area surrounded by
lifestyle conveniences such as quality schools, Maddingley Park,
shops, Railway Station & river tracks. 3 bedrooms, lounge, retro
bathroom, kitchen & sunroom, sitting on over a 1000m parcel of land.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

Saturday 13th August 1.30-2.00pm


$438,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE

By appointment
$449,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

29 Nathan Drive, Bacchus Marsh

Family Friendly Home

Great Family Home On 1 Acre Block

This very comfortable family home is located just a short distance


from the Main St shopping strip. 4 bedrooms, 2 spacious living areas &
a family bathroom. Timber kitchen adjacent to meals area & family
room. The home is serviced by R/C ducted heating & cooling & there is
also a gas heater in the family room.

5 bedroom + study home on a fantastic 1 acre block. Formal lounge &


dining room, updated kitchen with stone benchtops, island bench.
Huge family room with fireplace & wood heater. The home is serviced
by 2 evap cooling units & 2 ducted heating units. Huge undercover
outdoor entertaining area.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

Saturday 13th August 12.30 1.00pm


$465,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

6 Riverbend Drive, Bacchus Marsh


2

FOR SALE

Saturday 13th August 11.00-11.45am


$629,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

5/85 Simpson Street, Ballan

Beautiful Family Home In Grantleigh

Independent Living Unit

4 bedroom home in Grantleigh Estate. Master with ensuite & large


WIR, 3 living areas, open plan kitchen/meals with quality appliances,
generous bench & cupboard space. Ducted heating & evap cooling.
Large covered outdoor area, dbl remote garage, side access.

2 bedroom unit located next to the Ballan Hospital. Bedrooms with


WWC & BIRs. Kitchen with elec oven & gas cooktop & excellent
storage space. Bathroom with shower, W.C & vanity unit. A single lock
up garage.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$488,000
Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024
arbeerealestate.com.au

142 Russells Road, Coimadai


3

FOR SALE

By appointment
$270,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

1/7 Standfield St, Bacchus Marsh

Unique Lifestyle Opportunity

Prime Location

Set on approx 5 acres in a beautiful semi bush setting, this unique


property offers 2 houses for the price of 1. 1st home has 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge, sunroom & fantastic slate floors, 2nd
home has 3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge.

Beautifully renovated 1 bedroom unit in prime location, walking


distance to everything. Brand new kitchen, quality appliances, floor
coverings & paint. Private courtyard area. Currently tenanted at $225
week, buy to invest or owner occupy in the future the choice is yours.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$699,500
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

28 St Andrews Way, Bacchus Marsh


4

FOR SALE

3 bedroom + study home is perfect with spacious open plan lounge &
living area & adjoining kitchen with WIP. Main bedroom with WIR &
ens & BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Fantastic covered outdoor entertaining
deck. Ducted heating & R/C split system. Double garage & a drive way
down the side.

FOR SALE

Brilliant Position Down By the Riverside

FOR SALE

1 Munro Court, Bacchus Marsh

PRICE REDUCED

29 McCrae Street, Bacchus Marsh

One For The Family!

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

By appointment
$215,000
Steve Creese 0475 888 101
arbeerealestate.com.au

2/12 Inglis Street, Bacchus Marsh

Quality Home, Quality Neighbourhood!

Beautifully Renovated

3 bedroom + study home, 2 spacious living areas, fully equipped


kitchen, family/meals area, covered & paved pergola & entertaining
area. Lounge room & formal dining room & captures the views out
over the inground pool. Reverse cycle A/Cs in living areas.

Renovated 2 bedroom unit features split system heating & cooling,


single lock up garage & room to park a second car. Both bedrooms
have BIRs & WWC, the main living areas have floorboards. Separate
toilet & laundry, 2 courtyards with fully landscaped, low-maintenance
gardens. NBN connection and in-wall USB chargers installed.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$499,500
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

4/18 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh


2

FOR SALE

By appointment
$279,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

1/1 Crook Street, Bacchus Marsh

Refurbished and Ready

Perfectly Located

This neat 2 bedroom unit has had a major makeover & is ready for the
new owner. The lounge has a gas wall furnace heater & a wall a/c.
Bedrooms with BIRs & the kitchen has new cupboards & benchtops &
a new gas upright stove.

Situated in one of Bacchus Marshs most sought after areas given its
amazing location to Main Street shops. This well presented brick
veneer unit comprises 2 bedrooms, spacious living areas and offers an
excellent garden outlook. It also boasts its own private side entry to a
secure lock up carport.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$249,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

By appointment
$280,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 9 August, 2016 Page 21

Arbee Real Estate


FOR SALE

4 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh


4

FOR SALE

SOLD in 20 days
Very Rare Opportunity

SOLD in 11 days

You will not find a more central location that this 3 bedroom, 1
bathroom home on land in excess of 1000m. Perfectly located across
from the Village Shopping Centre, Rotary Park & walking distance to
everything. Renovate & owner occupy, rent out, or further develop
(STCA) the choice is yours.

100% asking price

FOR SALE

100% asking price

By appointment
$570,000
Steve Creese 0475 888 101 & Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

8 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh


2

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

FOR SALE

Located across from Darley Primary School & Darley General Store. 3
bedrooms all with BIRs, 1 bathroom, recently installed ducted heating
& cooling to ensure year-round comfort & the flexibility that comes
with owning a spacious 650sqm block.

100% asking price

98% asking price

Saturday 23rd July 12.00-12.30pm


$560,000
Steve Creese 0475 888 101 & Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

1 Doolan Street, Bacchus Marsh


2

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

FOR SALE

Ideally located on a 712m corner block. Just some of the features


include, QLD spotted gum solid timber flooring, high ceilings, quality
S/S appliances including 900mm oven & dishwasher, large dining
area, formal lounge, spacious office/4th bedroom.

98% asking price

98% asking price

By appointment
$395,000-$420,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

14 Durham Street, Bacchus Marsh

FOR SALE

By appointment
$590,000-$630,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

30 Jonathan Drive, Bacchus Marsh


3

Neat, Tidy & Everything Close By

This immaculate family home offers 3 generous bedrooms, the main


with WIR & Ensuite. There is living space galore with a stunning well
positioned kitchen, with plenty of cupboard & drawer space plus
quality S/S appliances & dishwasher, incorporated into an open plan
dining and family living area.

This well presented 3 bedroom family home will suit astute investors
or owner occupiers alike. Sitting on a large 745m corner block, it is
ideal for future development (STCA). Features include polished timber
floorboards in kitchen, dining & living areas & a freshly painted
spacious lounge with heating & cooling.

100% asking price

98% asking price

By appointment
$490,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

55 Balliang Road, Bacchus Marsh


3

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$590,000-$630,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

674-740 Coburns Road, Toolern Vale


Investment Opportunity

This beautifully presented modern family home on a huge 960m


block with a 24m frontage offers great value. Master with WIR & ens,
others with BIRs. Spacious living areas include a separate lounge, an
open plan kitchen/lounge/living with ducted heating & cooling
installed.

97% asking price

FOR SALE

By appointment
$225,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
arbeerealestate.com.au

More Than A Place to Live

SOLD in 10 days

SOLD in 9 days

SOLD in 8 days
Immaculate Home On 1747m

FOR SALE

SOLD in 18 days

5 decent sized bedrooms, the master with WIR & ensuite. All other
bedrooms with BIRs. Kitchen with 900mm SS oven, cooktop,
rangehood & dishwasher + loads of storage. 2 living areas, ducted
heating & cooling. Terrific undercover outdoor entertainment area.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

Stunning Home In Prime Position

SOLD in 17 days
FOR SALE

Saturday 4th June 11.00-11.30am


$280,000
Steve Creese 0475 888 101
arbeerealestate.com.au

9 Toorongo Road, Eynesbury

Great Family Home

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

Calling All Investors & First Home Owners

Fantastic opportunity to own this classic 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom,


weatherboard home in a prime, central location on around 1100m of
flat land. Conveniently located across from the Village Shopping
Centre, Rotary Park & only a short walk to the Main Street of Bacchus
Marsh. Renovate or redevelop (STCA) the choice is yours.

SOLD in 25 days

SOLD in 11 days

FOR SALE

Saturday 23rd July 12.00-12.30pm


$440,000
Steve Creese 0475 888 101 & Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

10 Nelson Street, Darley

Renovate or Develop

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

Outstanding Opportunity

Thought to be the second oldest house in Bacchus Marsh dating back


to around 1865 this Landmark property offers a unique opportunity.
Situated on generous 1500sqm (approx). Restore to its former glory,
or develop the rear of the block (STCA), the possibilities are endless. 4
bedrooms, 1 bathroom & many period features throughout.
INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

6 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh

SOLD in 10 days

Located within 10 min of Melton CBD, this large parcel of land


measuring 33 hectares lends itself to a wide range of options. Zoned
green wedge it sits on the fringe of the urban growth zone making it
attractive to land banking.

100% asking price


INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
WEB

By appointment
$1,500,000
Peter Leonard 0475 888 101
arbeerealestate.com.au

This is how you should rate your Agent


Days on market Sale price to list price
www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333

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Regional Tyre Service

115 Inglis Street Ballan


Proud supporter of the
Ph 5368 1968
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780
100th
E.C Griffith Cup

BUILDING
Gowland
Constructions
Registered Builder
(DBU18253)
Specialising in New Homes
and Extensions
Free quotes

Ben 0498 653 088


bgowland@gowlandconstructions.com.au

BUILDING
Specialising in
home renovations
and outdoor living
Renovations All types
Decking Pergolas
General carpentry Fencing
Bathrooms Tiling Insulation
Home maintenance
Termite and Rot damage repairs
Phone: 0401 762 108

Email: SilverPeakConstruction@outlook.com

CONCRETING

CONCRETING

LUKE ANDREWS
CONCRETING

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Cobblestone
Paving
Call Peter
0412 241 625

*Shed Slabs *Exposed


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0417 535 001


Call now for a free quote!

ELECTRICIAN

Specialising in all types


of electrical work.
Free Quotes.
All work is certied
and guaranteed.
24hr Service available.
REC 18333

Paul 0404 757 714

ELECTRICIAN

BUILDING
Concreting, fencing/gates,
farm projects, retaining walls,
demolition, dog runs

INDUSTRIAL

RESIDENTIAL

CALL CHRIS TABB


Mob 0419 397 393

ballaneeelectrical@bigpond.com

GREENDALE CLEANING SERVICES


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Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing

Senior
discou
nt

QUALIFIED

CARPCIET
AN
TECHNI

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CONCRETING

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ELECTRICIAN

Steve 0407 847 781

ELECTRICIAN

COUGAR INGLIS
ELECTRICAL REC 23103
Maddingley Concreting
ABN: 85956460244

Shane Harber

0427 386 030

maddingleyconcreting@outlook.com

Split systems
New Installations
Renovations
Pat Testing
24 Hour Emergency Service
E: owsmartelectrical@hotmail.com
W: www.owsmartelec.com.au

M: 0433 348 403

ELECTRICIAN

2001 Power/Solar Hot Water


Industrial/Automation 035368Solar
Commercial
Energy Management
Residential Have you
had
Free your
LED lighting
2 Osborne
Street,
Bacchus Marsh
lightbulb
moment?

Ph: 5368 2001


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REC 5096

ENGINEERING
- Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
- Hydraulic What
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& Fittingsought
- Powder Coating
to know
aboutFabrication
FREE LED - Welding
- Sand Blasting
- Custom
- Steel Sales
- Engineering
lighting
upgrades Supplies
13 Reddrop
St, Bacchus Marsh
There are so many offers out there for
PH: 5367 1141
FREE solutions. Who can you trust?
AH:since
0418
301 841
Keemin are a local business in operation
1984.
We employ licensed electricians and guarantee our work.
YES we can replace halogen lamps for FREE, and YES LEDs

www.rosscoengineering.com.au

FREE QUOTES

Brad 0466 883 565

16 Robertsons Rd, Bacchus Marsh


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ELECTRICIAN

ROSSCO ENGINEERING AND SALES


COMMERCIAL

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

ELECTRICAL
SERVICES

tr
Your Local Elec

ician

Domestic, Commercial,
Industrial & Split system installations
Rec 23354

0427 114 134

EXCAVATION

A 2B EARTHWORKS
Excavator, Bobcat & Tipper

MN212G4

FRIGWORKS

Trade & Business

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

All types of fencing Retaining walls


Driveways Tree/Waste Removal
Post holes & footings Horse Arenas
Rock Walls Trenching
Dams Redgum Firewood
No job too small. Reliable service and competitive rates.

Phone Andrew 0439 681 120

Trade & Business

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FENCING

FENCING

FENCING

GARDENING

FENCING & HANDYMAN

PREMIER FENCING

GARDEN
SERVICES

Chain Mesh/
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Dog Runs/Chook Pens
Federation Wire Rural
Paling and Picket Fences
Retaining Walls Colorbond
Concrete and Rock Edging
Contact: 0419 835 770
or AH 5368 2339

GENERAL MAINTENANCE

FIX

IT

GENERAL MAINTENANCE
WE DO IT ALL
General Garden & House Maintenance
Rubbish Removal
Clean
Gutter Cleaning
Repair
Small tree trimming Paint
& removal
Maintain

Brad: 0427 725 192


fixit.wedoitall@gmail.com

ALL TYPES

Specialists in
Farm Security Household Guardrail
Post Holes Dug

Phone Mick 0429 681 139

HANDYMAN

KENNELS

Marks Handyman
Service

COVAINE

Complete Home Maintenance


Assemblies Carpentry
Gutter Clearing
Mowing Painting
Plastering Tiling
No Job too Small
Mobile: 0458 831 657

Mowing, weeding, pruning,


general garden maintenance,
rubbish removal
Reliable, prompt service,
Free quotes no obligation,
fully insured

Call Jim 0429671902

MOTOR WRECKERS
BALLAN MOTOR
WRECKERS

Boarding Kennels & Cattery

BALLAN

New and used parts for


most makes and models.

www.covainekennels.com.au

Vehicles wanted Free pickup.

Tel: (03) 5368 1788

Dog & Cat Boarding Spacious Pens & Large Exercise Areas
Special Needs Catered for Affordable Rates No Hidden Extras
Discount for Seniors (Except Peak) Inspection Welcome

PAINTING

LANDSCAPING

QUALIFIED GARDENER

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

PAINTING

TOPLINE COATINGS

Master Painter & Decorator

Nils Thiele-Wittig

Qualied Landscape Gardener/Horticulturist

BCD40106
General Domestic & Commercial Painting
MBA126237
Wallpapering, Faux & Specialised finishes
Complete Handyman & property maintenance service
Plastering & General building repairs
Free Quotes

Planting
Rock work
Instant turf
MN20120306NTW

Paving
Retaining walls
Lawn care
Maintenance

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Phone: 5368 6333 Mobile: 0405 414 354

www.nilslandscaping.com.au

jcfarley@iinet.net.au

Contact Neil Harty


Ph: 5367 1776 Mob: 0418 312 288

PAVING

PLUMBING

PLUMBING

PLUMBING

WARREN PAVING

BALLAN PLUMBING PTY LTD

LEETE PLUMBING SERVICES


GENERAL PLUMBING
& MAINTENANCE
GUTTERS & DOWN PIPES
HOT WATER SERVICE
CHANGEOVERS
DRAIN CLEANING
TRENCHING

White Industries
Plumbing

Brick Driveways
Pathways
Sprinkler Systems
Brick Letterboxes/BBQs
Patios
Concreting for Sheds
Retaining Walls
Dingo Mini Digger
Ph: 5369 5239
Mob: 0411 263 736

Specialising in Waste Water Treatment Systems


Krystel Kleer ADV 5000 treatment plant
Septic tanks installation and problem solving
General Plumbing Pump sales and service
Hot water sales and installation
Come visit us at our retail shop

155 Inglis Street BALLAN

Phone: 03 5368 1036


Email: ballan.plumbing@netconnect.com.au
www.ballanplumbing.com.au

Balliang East

SHORCANE CONSTRUCTIONS

Renovations Bathroom Kitchens


General Carpentry Pergolas Decks
Roofing Retaining Walls Tiling Painting Plaster
Bobcat & Tipper Hire Programmed property maintenance

PRINTING
MN10071G

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

rint Centre

print copy scan design

Big or small jobs - Guaranteed and Insured

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Moorabool

58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan

Ray 0419 544 332

Phone: 5368 1966

PO Box 250 Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

E: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

PH: 0427 502 760


reg 20152

PH: 5368 2640

SEPTIC CLEANING

SMASH REPAIRS

Septic Tank
Ivers
Cleaning
Liquid
Service
Grease Traps Waste
Septic Tanks
Triple Interceptors
Industrial Waste
Hayden Ivers
Mob: 0419 400 025
Ph: (03) 5367 3016

SURVEYOR

TILER

TOWING

Ballan & District


Storage

LAND
SURVEYOR

TILER
Floor and Wall
Household
Commercial
No job too small
FREE measure
& quote
0400 642 727

BALLAN AND
DISTRICT TOWING

NOW accepting Boats,


Caravans, Trailers,
Trucks, Buses

FROM only $50 per month.


Ph: 0409 689 566

JAMES WALSH

KN162880

STORAGE

Title Boundary Surveys


Adverse Possession and
Title Application Surveys
Subdivisions
Feature and Contour Plans

Licensed Surveyor
Tel: 0427 847 930
Email: ajwalsh@mmnet.com.au

Reg. No. 52523


All Plumbing Aspects
Drain Cleaning Tap Washers
Burst Pipes/Leaking Taps
Hot Water Services
Wood Heater Installations
Spouting Renovations
Pensioners discounts
Excavator, Bobcat, Tipper Truck Hire

Including accident towing

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

BODY CLINIC

SMASH REPAIRS

-VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed


-Courtesy Car available by appointment
- Repairer for all insurance companies
- Low Bake Oven for Factory Finish
- Car-o-liner chassis straightener
- Dustless sanding - Spot welder
- 24hr secured, monitored premises

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

TOWN PLANNERS

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TREE REMOVAL

TRANSPORT

Classifieds
TREE LOPPING

A & J TREE
LOPPING &
REMOVAL
Tree Trimming & Felling
Stump Removal
Mulching Service
Fully Insured
Phone Allan Fenwick
0447 000 740

Wont be beaten on price


All work GUARANTEED
and INSURED

Free Quotation & Same Day Service

Jack 0409 289 700

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

TREE REMOVAL

TREE REMOVAL &


STUMP GRINDING

STONEMASON

FUNERALS

SCRAP METAL

WILSON
MEMORIALS

MN02304G2

STONEMASONS
BALLARAT
& All District Cemeteries

Headstones & Monuments


All Memorial Works

Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669


814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350
Also Stone Benchtops
www.wilsonmemorials.com.au
info@wilsonmemorials.com.au

Wastewater
Systems
Pty Ltd

DANGEROUS TREES
& LIMBS REMOVED
LIMITED ACCESS
SPECIALISTS

Phone Doug: 5368 6487


Mobile: 0423 001 329
Reliable and Professional

LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS

WASTEWATER

Supply, Service
and Installation
of Wastewater
Treatment Systems
155 Inglis St, Ballan
Ph: 5368 2410

Classified ad bookings close 12PM Friday.


Bookings on (03) 5368 1966 or by email
sales@themooraboolnews.com.au

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Oaten Chaff $15
6x4 Rounds
Bacchus Marsh,
We come to you
Lucerne Chaff $24
$99ea
Myrniong, Ballan and
Contact Andrew Clarke
Oats $15
(2.5 year
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surrounding areas
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Bacchus Marsh Farm Supplies
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Please fax your resume to 03 5367 5555

PUBLIC NOTICE

EMPLOYMENT

Ballan Tennis Club

Cnr Gordon/Egerton Rd & McIntosh Lane


5368 9476 / 0408 778 680

Lake Dewar Lodge YMCA is a group accommodation


and recreation facility located west of Melbourne, near
Myrniong approximately 15 min from Bacchus Marsh, and
30 min from Ballarat.
We are currently seeking staff for the
following casual positions:
Chef/Cook
We are after a casual Chef/Cook to join our team. This
position requires an energetic and out-going person with a
strong work ethic who is comfortable working with a wide
range of age-groups. If you feel you are the right applicant
but dont have experience in this area on the job training
can be provided. Applicants would need to be available
predominantly for a Monday 11am 7pm shift.
Cleaners
You would need to be very energetic with a good work
ethic. Applicants will need to be available for predominantly
mid-week day shifts on a casual basis.
To apply please forward your resume to:
Lake Dewar Lodge YMCA
Att: Janet Mason
339 Garrards Lane
Myrniong, 3341
lakedewarlodge@ymca.org.au
Ph: 5368 7459
The YMCA is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes
diversity.

EMPLOYMENT

SITUATIONS VACANT

Annual General Meeting


(AGM)
Wednesday 24 August,
7.30pm
Ballan Tennis Clubrooms
Ballan Rec Reserve
Cowie St, Ballan
New members welcome
Contact 0421 057 293

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Lady Northcote Recreation Camp is looking for a Maintenance


Officer. The right applicant will be reliable, flexible, a proactive
problem solver with a great attention to detail. Please direct CV
and cover letter to Rob Cummins at rob.cummins@ymca.org.au
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 19 AUGUST 2016

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 
AUCTION

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AUCTION THIS SUNDAY


An Outstanding Offering
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7 desks, many lamps, 6 dining settings, 8 sideboards,


4 credenzas, bookcases, over 30 clocks,
large quantity of silver, pool table, 6 dinner sets,
60 + paintings including David Bromley, Pro Hart,
Taylor Ghee & John Brack among others.
Feature item is a matching wardrobe and dining
set by Maurice Aaron & Co.
Other notable items include:
20 bronzes, A collection of old tools, Royal Doulton,
Royalty memorabilia, Vintage draftsman items,
Pop Art from the 60s, Jewellery, a collection of die cast
cars and other toys & excellent taxidermy.
Auction conducted in heated premises.
Absentee bidding available.

EMPLOYMENT

SHIPPING CONTAINERS

FULL TIME
Employment in Ballan
Available for highly motivated person.
Variety of tasks include, but not limited to, keyboard and
touch screen computer, grain handling & cleaning.
Applicant requires:
Excellent attention to detail skills;
Experienced computer skills.
Training provided.

B Grade
Wind, Water
& Rabbit Proof
From $2200-$2500
Delivered

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SHIPPING CONTAINERS

Myrniong District
Rainfall Report
July 2016 rainfall
Total for the year 2016

20FT Shipping
Containers

F.N.C. Towing & Transport

Send resume to:


admin@agripak.com.au

142.0 millimetres
409.6 millimetres

July 2015 rainfall


68.1 millimetres
Total at same time last year 371.9 millimetres

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New & Used
20 ft & 40 ft
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Price or quality!
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Glenelg Auctions @ the Ballarat Woolshed


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(see in store for details)

COUNTRYWIDE
SPECS

Pykes Creek Reservoir

The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary


of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of
water when full, as seen in the picture above

Western Water Report Reservoir levels


Pykes Creek Reservoir at 31 July 2016 41.0%
Water level this time last year
58.24%

624 Drummond St Sth, Redan

5336 4570

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SELL YOUR ITEMS $100 & UNDER FOR FREE

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*Ads must be emailed by Friday 12 noon. Ads by phone must be between 9.30am12pm TuesdayThursday. MAXIMUM 3 ADS PER PERSON.
PRIVATE ADS ONLY (NO BUSINESSES, NO ANIMALS, HAY OR BULK ITEMS). ADS REMAIN IN FOR 4 WEEKS UNLESS NOTIFIED SOLD.
BABY bottle steriliser, microwave
type, Avent Express, GC $15 ono
- 0409 688 825
BAR STOOLS (2) VGC $20 lot 0425 793 516
BBQ, brand new Coolabah 3
burner SS hood never used $80
0413 555 954
BBQ (mini) SS with hood, needs
clean up $50 - 0416 027 036
BED Single Pine Slat Bed with
Mattress. VGC $100 ono 0409844210
BED QS Timber & metal frame
with mattress $75 - 0434 997 292
BED SINGLE, pine spring base
with innerspring mattress EC $90
- 0401 679 539
BED SINGLE, chunky pine
spring base with innerspring
mattress EC $90 - 0401 679 539
BED Premium 240volt air bed
double VGC used once $30 - 0423
173 215
BED Premium 240volt air bed
single VGC used once $20 0423 173 215

BIKE 26 mountain bike, chrome


$40 0466 989 010
BUNKS White steel, Double &
single type. Like new. Must be
dissembled $100 - 0455 480 196
CAR COVER, suit small hatch
type, zip entry to drivers door EC
$60 0422 410 681
CAR filters (3) to suit Fiat Decato
3L from 12-16 model $100 lot
0413 000 289
CARPET squares/rugs (2) 3.7m x
3.4m, cream coloured GC $45ea 0409 704 157
CAT Sleepy pod bed/carry
basket as new $80 - 0409 954 422
CAT CARRY CAGE, medium
size, $25 - Ph 0424 930 653
CHAIR
Reclining,
powered
button reclining VGC $70 -0412
069 484

COMPOST BIN, Gedye brand,


Extra Large. EC. $60 Ph:
0417829434
COT timber, includes mattress &
linen VGC $100 - 0425 793 516
DAY BED antique look, cream
$100 - 9743 1809 (after 4pm)
DESK chair GC $15 0423 173
215
DESK Solid pine, hard drive
compartment, 3 large drawers,
solid top EC $100 ono - 0431 194
717
DESK computer black/grey
shelves, 1 drawer $20 0402 929
664
DINNER SET, Setting for 6 Fine
Handcrafted China with Gold
trim $50 lot -0438 047 396
DOORS (2) garage roller doors
with fittings, working order $100
lot - 0431 552 443

EXERCISE equipment - Vibro


Disc $100 - 5368 9346
FITNESS EQUIPMENT Barbells
weights (4) Avanti 10kg 30mm
centres. $20 lot 5310 6671
FOOD dehydrator, large. Brand
new in box $40 - 0429 141 155
FREEZER, upright Kelvinator
290 ltr GC $80 0455 480 196
FRIDGE 400ltr 2 door working
$20 0413 152 448
FRIDGE, double glass door drink
fridge, no shelves, needs re-gas
$50 0431 552 443
GANTRY car engine lift $80 0466 989 010
HEATER, electric core, excellent
condition, $25 Ph 0424 930 653
HEATER Electric fan heater, 3
speed $30 - 0424 930 653

LIGHTS (10) circular glass 30cm,


flush ceiling $40 lot 0418 318
164
SEWING machine, brand new
Mezzo multi function 24 stitch
settings $50 0413 555 954
SHOES ladies (1 pair) never worn
VGC $25 0431 010 108
SOFA 2 seater VGC $100 5367
8351
SOFA 2 seater GC $100 - 5367
6096
STEAM CLEANER, Maxcon as
new $95 ono 5367 6096
TOBY JUG style Collection 22
items $65 lot - 5367 3615
TEDDY BEAR ornaments (50)
small $50 lot - 0417 110 261

COFFEE TABLE Solid Pine with


large drawer $60 0434 997 292

DRESSER, Bedroom. Polished


light wood, new mirror, 6
drawers EC $100 - 0438 047 396

HOME
CINEMA
Panasonic
130cm approx, with set top box
$100 - 0437 741 368

TOOLS Fork spring compressor


set New $140, SELL $60 - 0422 410
681

COFFEE machine, Expressi, like


new $20 0429 141 155

DRUMS plastic (10) 44 gallon $50


lot - 0466 989 010

KENNEL wooden, medium size


GC $100 0402 954 491

TV UNIT, Glass with chrome legs,


EC $50 - 0438 047 396

BALLAN PLUMBING

Service & supplies of all plumbing needs


155 Inglis St, Ballan Phone: 5368 1036 Fax: 5368 1510 www.ballanplumbing.com.au

Proud supporter of
all district sport!

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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Club Officers
Committee

Permits

Rules

President
Trevor Oliver .............. 0407 539 041

Club Runs

Liquor

Trevor Oliver............... 0407 539 041

Vice President
Pieter Honig ............... 0427 673 122

Vacant ........................

Secretary
Wayne Hetherington ..

Clem Dickson ............. 03 5367 2931

Treasurer
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General Committee
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Last weekend the G B Forestry Cobras welcomed Melton to


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out game, Melton turned up to play and led at each change. Melton
were always able to reply each time the boys scored a goal and
it was not till the last quarter when the boys finally got their game
going. Logan Blundell put in a massive quarter which allowed the
boys to hang on with a 6 point victory. To say we got out of jail is
an understatement however we continue to sit in 2nd spot on the
ladder with only 2 games remaining. Best on the day were A. Del
Papa, L. Blundell, T. Shea, D. Veldon, M. Denham & T. Angwin.
In the reserves, the game was practically over by half time as
the boys held a 46 point lead keeping Melton to only 1 goal. In
the second half the boys continued on with their brand of football
running out victors by 76 points. Best on the day were T. Hughes,
J. Bissell, T. Mullen, T. Castrignano, M. Whittle, D. Walker.
The U18s got off to a very slow start and at quarter time Doug
Hawkins who was not impressed with what he had seen by
the boys in the first quarter ensured they understood what was
required. By half time the boys had turned the game around taking
a 20 point lead into the main break. The second half became a
real arm wrestle however our boys eventually ran out victors by
35 points. Best on the day were D. Bishop, L. Pigott, Z. Miesen, J.
Calvitto, S. Griffiths, T. Dickinson.
In Netball, again the girls had mixed results.
The A graders unfortunately lost their game by 5 goals, best on
the day was K. Ingham, C. Manumua & O. Mitchell.
The B graders had a magnificent victory by 13 goals and still have
a slight chance to play finals, best on the day was L. Prout, B.
Walsh & L. Tyrrell.
The C graders also had a great overall team effort and ran out
victorious by 10 goals and still have a chance to play finals, best
on the day was G. Pino, K. Pawlowicz & K. McKerrow.
The D graders were not so lucky on the day being beaten by 16
goals, best on the day were S. Davies, A. Bamford & A. Reynolds.
The 19 and Unders were also unfortunate on the day going
down by 30 goals, best on the day was E. Bettio, M. Arandt, & B.
Pawlowicz.
In the Womens Football the girls unfortunately lost their Semi-Final
by 7 points. If not for some very inaccurate kicking, the end result
may have been different. Best on the day were A. Bertram, E.
Crawford, L. Stepnell, Z. Clarke, C. Thorne, T. Curran

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Sport

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Ballarat Football/Netball League


Ballarat Football/Netball League
Results Round 16

Ballarat
Football/Netball
League
Results Round
16
Club Round 16
Results

Ballarat Football League


Results Round 16
Seniors
Bacchus Marsh 13.14 (92) def Melton 13.8 (86)
Lake Wendouree 15.12 (102)def Redan 9.7 (61)
East Point 14.16 (100)def Ballarat 9.18 (72)
Sunbury 27.27 (189)def Melton South 13.4 (82)
Nth Ballarat City 13.11 (89) def Darley7.11 (53)
Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 16.11 (107) def Melton 4.7 (31)
Redan 17.11 (113) def Lake Wendouree 6.7 (43)
East Point 13.14 (92)def Ballarat 8.4 (52)
Darley 13.11 (89)def North Ballarat City 10.6 (66)
Under 18.5s
Bacchus Marsh 9.14 (68) def Melton 5.3 (33)
Redan 10.10 (70) def Lake Wendouree 1.8 (14)
East Point 16.15 (111) def Ballarat 2.5 (17)
Melton South 12.10 (82) def Sunbury 7.9 (51)
Nth Ballarat City 15.3 (93)def Darley 9.6 (60)
Results Round 15
U/16.5 Seniors
Mount Clear 11.7 (73)def Ballarat 7.8 (50)
Bacchus Marsh 9.8 (62)def Lake Wendouree 7.7 (49)
North Ballarat 11.7 (73)def Darley 8.6 (54)
East Point 12.13 (85)def Redan 7.8 (50)
U/16.5 Reserves
Ballarat 25.14 (164)def Mount Clear 2.6 (18)
Lake Wendouree 6.8 (44)drew Bacchus Marsh 7.2 (44)
North Ballarat 12.7 (79) def Darley 5.8 (38)
Redan 16.9 (105) def East Point 5.4 (34)
U/14 Seniors
Mount Clear 9.12 (66) def Ballarat 3.1 (19)
Lake Wendouree 20.9 (129)def Bacchus Marsh 1.2 (8)
Darley 22.21 (153)def Sebastopol 1.1 (7)
East Point 8.14 (62)def Redan 2.1 (13)
U/14 Reserves
Mount Clear 5.4 (34)def Ballarat 5.2 (32)
Bacchus Marsh 9.8 (62)def Lake Wendouree 7.4 (46)
Darley 10.6 (66)def Sebastopol 8.8 (56)
Redan 10.10 (70) def East Point 2.3 (15)
U/12 Seniors
Mount Clear 8.10 (58) def Ballarat 0.2 (2)
Lake Wendouree 12.8 (80)def Bacchus Marsh 2.2 (14)
Darley 9.10 (64)def Sebastopol 1.1 (7)
East Point 12.11 (83) def Redan 0.1 (1)
U/12 Reserves
Mount Clear 3.2 (20)drew Ballarat 3.2 (20)
Bacchus Marsh 3.4 (22) def Lake Wendouree 1.0 (6)
Darley 1.4 (10)def Sebastopol 1.3 (9)
Redan 6.1 (37) def East Point 0.3 (3)
Results - Round 12
Youth Girls
Darley 17.24 (126)def Creswick 1.0 (6)
Gisborne 17.15 (117) def East Point 0.0 (0)
Ararat 21.9 (135)def Mcdfnl 0.1 (1)
North Ballarat 6.3 (39)def Melton Centrals 2.4 (16)
Lake Wendouree 7.6 (48)def Redan 3.2 (20)

Bacchus Marsh
Club
Melton
Bacchus
Redan Marsh
Melton
Lake Wendouree
Redan
East Point
Lake
Wendouree
Ballarat
East
Point
Melton South
Ballarat
Sunbury
Melton
South
Nth Ballarat
Sunbury
Darley
Nth Ballarat
Darley

37
A
42
37
33
42
53
33
42
53
52
42
17
52
72
17
48
72
38
48
38

Results Round 15

60
B
47
60
23
47
43
23
38
43
44
38
37
44
68
37
47
68
33
47
33

29
C
19
29
22
19
29
22
22
29
22
22
29
22
32
29
41
32
32
41
32

17&U
Res
17&U
33
Res
22

15&U
Sen
15&U
24
Sen
17

15
D
31
15
20
31
30
20
23
30
22
23
29
22
30
29
48
30
16
48
16

BFL Ladder

19&U
14

19&U
44
14
44
27
38
27
68
38
27
68
53
27
21
53
21

Results Round 15

Results Round 15
Club
17&U
Sen
Club
17&U
Mt Clear
28
Sen
Ballarat
20
Mt
Clear
Darley
Ballarat
Sebastopol
Darley
Redan
Sebastopol
East Point Jnrs
Redan
Lake Wendouree
East
PointMarsh
Jnrs
Bacchus
Lake Wendouree
Bacchus Marsh

28
72
20
18
72
19
18
39
19
39
39
31
39
31

33
54
22
22
54
16
22
36
16
31
36
22
31
22

24
33
17
16
33
31
16
32
31
38
32
19
38
19

15&U 13&U 13&U


Res
Sen
Res
15&U
13&U
13&U
12
10
1
Res
Sen
Res
21
41
25

Darley Junior Fnc

Round 15 v Sebastopol

FOOTBALL
U/10 Seniors
GOALS Max Hoey 5, Jakob Bankowski 2,
Grant Hatcher 1, Cooper Jordan, Ned Loft,
Jayven Tanner, Jett Walker-Collins, Jesse
Wilson
AWARDS Jakob Bankowski, Ned Loft, Max
Hoey.
U/10 Reserves
GOALS Ethan Matthews 1, Liam Solomon,
Archie Colbron, Lachlan Kaye, Bayliss
Mifsud, Chaz Jones, Jack Watson
AWARDS Adam Harbright, Tyler
Blackwell, Liam Solomon, Aiden Abbott,
Logan Growcott, Chaz Jones, Jack Watson,
Elias McEwan.
U/10 Development
GOALS John McCann 1, Isaac Jordan
AWARDS Connor McBride, Roland De
Courcy, Zayden Dannatt, Tyla Green, Angus
Kristitz, Isaac Jordan, Harrison Benbow.
U/12 Seniors
Darley 9-10-64 def Sebastopol 1-1-7
GOALS Joel Freeman 2, Cooper Murley,
Kobe Churchill 1, Jarrod White, Aaron
Cadman, Jack Wilson, Rockey Hoey.
U/12 Reserves
Darley 1-4-10 def Sebastopol 1-3-9
GOALS Jayven Tanner 1.
U/14 Seniors
Darley 22-21-153 def Sebastopol 1-1-7
GOALS - Lane Havelberg 4, Josh Arnold, Jett
Fuller 3, Rylan Tanner, Dylan Lorensini 2,
Bodhi Jackson, Bailey Young 1, Josh Welton,
Will Johnson, Trae Van Leth.
U/14 Reserves
Darley 10-6-66 def Sebastopol 8-8-56
GOALS Zane Colley 2, Josh Taylor, Jyson
Fawcett 1, Ben Portelli, Hayden Nash, Brodie
Ward, Riley Bankowski, Murray Mackenzie.

12
47
21
21
47
20
21
22
20
40
22
19
40
19

10
26
41
37
26
27
37
28
27
45
28
13
45
13

14
25
22
4
11
22
16
11
16
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U/16.5 Seniors
Darley 8-6-54 lost North Ballarat 11-7-73
GOALS Zak Butters 2, Tom Presnell,
Andrew Azzopardi 1, Jai Dodemaide, Jye
Stephenson, Nick Braddish.
U/16.5 Reserves
Darley 5-8-38 lost North Ballarat 12-7-79
GOALS Dimitri Lambris 1, James Higgins,
Jye Stephenson, Lachlan Ratowski, Boden
Mugridge.
Youth Girls
Darley 17-24-126 def Creswick 1-0-6
GOALS Abbi Bolt 9, Charlee Macpherson 4,
Chloe Ascough 3, Amber Mifsud 1
AWARDS Abbi Bolt, Chloe Jones, Matilda
Dyzel, Charlee Macpherson, Zali Sprattling,
Amber Mifsud.
NETBALL
U/11 Seniors
AWARDS Addison Wright, Jessica Hodge
U/11 Reserves
AWARDS Sarai Arahanga, Tahlia Scicchitano
U/13 Seniors
Darley 26 lost Sebastopol 37
AWARDS Takeya Tanner, Britney Ellis,
Casey Rickards
U/13 Reserves
Darley 4 lost Sebastopol 32
AWARDS Isabella Di Meiri, Kirsty Bresnan,
Caitlin Beech
U/15 Seniors
Darley 33 def Sebastopol 16
AWARDS Tanisha Mercieca, Kaylee Banner
U/15 Reserves
Darley 47 def Sebastopol 21
AWARDS Keely Growcott, Madeleine
Hodge, Emma Winzar
U/17 Seniors
Darley 72 def Sebastopol 18
U/17 Reserves
Darley 54 def Sebastopol 22
AWARDS Georgia Lane, Kiahn Van Hooff

BFL Top Goal Kickers

Ballan Golf Club


Results Week ending Saturday 6 August
Saturday-Stroke (Monthly Medal)

A Grade Medal winner - John McLeod 66-5-61,


R/up Ken Muhlhan 80-16-64.

B Grade -Winner Jimmy Walsh 84-20-64,


R/up Les Martin 85-18-67 on c/b from Brian Cran.
NTPs -12th John McLeod, 15th Hugh Miller.

Magpies -1st Michael Di Fiore, 14thAnthony Moore.

Seniors
Derick Micallef
Damian Cupido
Cameron Richardson
Mitchell Banner
Dane Grenfell
Reserves
Baden Stevens
Tony Castrignano
Mitchell Suban
Under 18.5s
Aaron Clarke
Lachlan Marshall
U/16.5 Seniors
Callum Mc Kay
Jack Hehir
U/16.5 Reserves
Christopher Reed

Nth Ballarat City ............. 55


Bacchus Marsh.................42
Bacchus Marsh................ 34
Darley .............................. 31
Darley ............................. 26
Sebastopol ...................... 31
Bacchus Marsh................ 28
Bacchus Marsh................ 27
Melton South . ................ 43
Bacchus Marsh................ 27
Lake Wendouree.............. 44
Bacchus Marsh .............. 27
Redan . ........................... 36

U/14 Seniors
Cooper Bath
Rylan Tanner

Lake Wendouree ........... 36


Darley .............................. 21

U/14 Reserves
James OSullivan
Cooper McIntosh

Nth Ballarat City ............. 30


Bacchus Marsh.................14

U/12 Seniors
Jack Jeffrey
Brady Wright
Joel Freeman
Ethan McKercher

East Point ...................... 38


Darley .............................. 15
Darley .............................. 12
Bacchus Marsh.................11

U/12 Reserves
Harry Broadbent
Spencer Matautia

Nth Ballarat City ................ 9


Bacchus Marsh...................6

Youth Girls
Jessica Bokma
Abbi Bolt

Redan . ............................ 78
Darley ............................. 26

Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 Lake Wendouree......146.4556
2 Bacchus Marsh......... 176.1052
3 Sunbury....................153.0348
4 Nth Ballarat City........ 148.1648
5 Redan........................ 137.4144
6 Melton........................91.21 32
7 Darley...........................87.64 32
8 East Point...................93.53 28
9 Ballarat.......................76.92 28
10Sebastopol...............58.37 20
11Melton South...............39.23 4
Reserves
1 Redan....................... 294.4060
2 East Point..................211.5460
3 Sunbury....................218.7244
4 Bacchus Marsh.........175.8144
5 Sebastopol................121.2240
6 Melton....................... 83.04 36
7 Lake Wendouree.......73.41 32
8 Darley.........................70.91 28
9 Ballarat.......................57.15 28
10Nth Ballarat City............40.29 8
11Melton South...............36.95 8
Under 18.5s
1 Redan....................... 350.0060
2 East Point..................240.7756
3 Bacchus Marsh.........170.8652
4 Nth Ballarat City........176.60 48
5 Melton....................... 111.5236
6 Darley.........................69.83 36
7 Melton South............. 104.1432
8 Sunbury.....................99.08 24
9 Ballarat.......................83.47 24
10Lake Wendouree...... 42.18 16
11Sebastopol..................9.228
U/16.5 Seniors
1 East Point.................. 165.1148
2 Lake Wendouree......150.3348
3 North Ballarat........... 195.9844
4 Redan........................ 102.1232
5 Bacchus Marsh......... 111.9728
6 Ballarat......................70.03 20
7 Darley.........................55.24 16
8 Mount Clear...............48.21 4
U/16.5 Reserves
1 North Ballarat...........402.7656
2 Redan........................305.1648
3 Ballarat......................272.7948
4 Lake Wendouree...... 103.1430
5 Bacchus Marsh..........76.84 26
6 East Point...................80.07 20
7 Darley.........................35.32 12
8 Mount Clear.................12.56 0
U/14 Seniors
1 Lake Wendouree..... 469.4856
2 Mount Clear..............275.3148
3 Ballarat.....................166.7548
4 East Point.................186.6840
5 Darley.......................127.8336
6 Redan.........................94.75 32
7 North Ballarat............ 66.85 20
8 Bacchus Marsh..........53.60 16
9 Sebastopol....................2.548
U/14 Reserves
1 North Ballarat........... 364.9856
2 Redan....................... 450.8552
3 Bacchus Marsh.........154.6948
4 Ballarat..................... 334.9544
5 Mount Clear...............127.1532
6 Darley........................52.26 24
7 Lake Wendouree......45.86 20
8 East Point..................60.55 16
9 Sebastopol................. 11.90 12
U/12 Seniors
1 East Point................. 994.0660
2 North Ballarat........... 547.1356
3 Darley.........................141.1840
4 Mount Clear.............. 115.0740
5 Lake Wendouree...... 107.9140
6 Bacchus Marsh..........54.77 20
7 Redan.........................39.44 20
8 Sebastopol.................25.34 16
9 Ballarat......................19.66 12
U/12 Reserves
1 Redan........................356.1452
2 Mount Clear............. 200.0050
3 North Ballarat.......... 255.6844
4 Ballarat.....................122.5534
5 Darley.........................39.77 32
6 East Point..................72.92 28
7 Bacchus Marsh..........76.29 24
8 Sebastopol.................53.63 20
9 Lake Wendouree.......42.30 20
Youth Girls
1 Lake Wendouree......973.8744
2 Ararat.......................958.7844
3 Redan...................... 1056.25 40
4 Gisborne.................. 360.9436
5 North Ballarat.......... 268.5332
6 Darley...................... 154.1532
7 Melton Centrals......... 37.40 16
8 Bacchus Marsh.......... 36.13 12
9 Mcdfnl.......................30.94 12
10East Point..................26.32 12
11Creswick.......................6.834
12Sebastopol..................4.750

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Sport

The one that got away


Ballan Football v
Buninyong
The Seniors last home game
for the year was played in
ideal conditions in front of
a big crowd including the
Life Members and sponsors.
The Blues were under no illusions as to their challenge
and Buninyong opened well
with a small lead at the first
break. But the Blues were
certainly in the hunt. Following the main break the
Blues played some of their
best football for the year
and had the bulk of the ball
but repeatedly the Blues
were unable to score the six
points. The Blues had far
more opportunities up forward than their opponents,
but ran out of time and will
rue the chance that got away.
Justin McConnell played at
both ends of the ground and
certainly showed his class as
did Jason McNamara in the
middle. Dylan Galea put in
faultless performance as did
Sammy Hitchings.
Next week the Blues venture to Hepburn for the last
match of the 2016 CHFL
home and away season.
Final score Ballan. 8.15.
63 lost Buninyong. 12. 5 77
Best - J. McConnell, D. Tanti,
D. Galea, J. Wilkie, J. McNamara, S.Hitchings.

The Reserves took on the


leagues best team and despite being undermanned
were bolstered with the addition of Daniel Neilsen, a
late inclusion to the backline.
Buninyong were certainly
a slick outfit and it looked
like there was going to be
a real blow out, but to the
Blues credit they had some
patches of great teamwork.
Justin Fenwick burst out
of the centre bounce and
kicked a memorable long
bomb that got the Blues rolling. DanChristie and David
Bell did gain their share of
the action in the middle but
Buninyong were ruthless
with any wayward kick by
the Blues. The Blues backline did a great job under
the pressure of the day. Next
week will be a chance for the
Blues to finish on a high.
FInal score. Ballan.5.2 32
lost Buninyong. 18. 17.126
Best - D. Nielsen, D. Bell, D.
Christie, J. Fenwick, L. Conlan, J.McGuire.
Buninyongs Under 18s
were a surprise package
whose position on the ladder did not reflect their skill
base. The match was neck
and neck for the first half
but the Blues were unable to
get clear air up forward and
Buninyong had too much
height around the ground.
In the second half the Blues
were held goal less and the
Bombers were relentless.
SImo as ever gave 100 percent in the middle as did
Aaron Pascoe. The Blues are
still in the finals actions but

next week will be a great test


before the finals start.
FInal score - Ballan.2.3. 15.
Lost. Buninyong. 6. 11 47
Best - S. Dale, A. Blight,
A. Pascoe, S. Wilkinson, L.
Conlan, L.Furlong.
The Under 15s also took on
the league leader and were
shown how far they need to
improve to be the best. Buninyong were clinical with
winners on every line. The
Blues managed to score in
the second quarter but their
opponents went into overdrive in the third quarter.
Evan Shaw was able to hold
his head high and the Pascoe
boys gave a stella effort. The
boys will learn allot from the
match before the finals start.
FInal Score- Ballan.1.1.7
lost Buninyong. 14 12. 96
Best - E. Shaw, C. Pascoe,
D. Marruso, L. Hodge, D.
Pascoe.
The Under 12s match was a
real nail biter that went right
down to the wire and the
Blues finally got the lead in
the final quarter, and nearly
lost the lead in the dying
seconds of the match. Cody
Gates bagged the two goals
that locked in the result but
he had plenty of helpers. An
impressive win that showed
the teams great tenacity to
win.
FInal score - Ballan. 2. 1.
13.def Buninyong. 1.2. 8
Best - D. Pascoe, C. Gates, J.
Jarvis, M. Calleja, J. Speakman, A. Ross.

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Central Highlands Football League


Results Round 16

Seniors
Bungaree 12.15 (87) def Hepburn 9.11 (65)
Gordon 18.11 (119) def Creswick 9.11 (65)
Buninyong 12.5 (77) def Ballan 8.15 (63)
Beaufort 27.15 (177) def Clunes 4.6 (30)
Learmonth 12.11 (83) def Dunnstown 4.6 (30)
Daylesford 24.10 (154) def Smythesdale5.6 (36)
Springbank 22.16 (148) def Rwood/Chap 7.2 (44)
Newlyn 20.25 (145) def Cham/Linton 2.6 (18)
Waubra 12.12 (84) def Skipton 7.8 (50)

CHFL
Ladder
Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 Buninyong................ 209.82 60
2 Springbank............... 223.33 56
3 Bungaree..................272.69 52
4 Waubra......................196.58 52
5 Gordon......................188.22 52
6 Beaufort...................219.30 44
7 Hepburn................... 183.06 44
8 Daylesford................132.95 40
9 Ballan........................128.70 32
10 Dunnstown.............. 114.65 32
11 Learmonth...............125.52 28
12 Creswick..................80.34 24
13 Newlyn......................75.64 24
14 Rwood/Chap...........56.05 16
15 Clunes.........................35.02 8
16 Smythesdale............... 27.42 8
17 Skipton........................ 35.17 4
18 Cham/Linton............... 18.74 0

Reserves
Hepburn 10.11 (71) def Bungaree 8.15 (63)
Gordon 10.7 (67) def Creswick 7.8 (50)
Buninyong 18.17 (125) def Ballan 5.2 (32)
Beaufort 25.11 (161) def Clunes 0.1 (1)
Learmonth 9.15 (69) def Dunnstown 4.1 (25)
Daylesford 18.11 (119) def Smythesdale 4.3 (27)
Springbank 15.10 (100) def Rwood/C/hap 4.2 (26)
Newlyn 16.15 (111) def Cham/Linton 0.2 (2)
Waubra 25.16 (166) def Skipton 0.1 (1)
Under 18
Hepburn 20.18 (138) def Bungaree 1.5 (11)
Creswick 18.18 (126) def Gordon 3.0 (18)
Buninyong 6.11 (47) def Ballan 2.3 (15)
Beaufort 26.9 (165) def Clunes 1.3 (9)
Learmonth 2.13 (25) def Dunnstown 3.5 (23)
Springbank 28.17 (185) def Rwood/Chap 0.0 (0)
Newlyn 13.11 (89) def Cham/Linton 1.0 (6)
Waubra 11.10 (76) def Skipton 6.2 (38)
Under 15
Hepburn 21.16 (142) def Bungaree 0.0 (0)
Gordon 6.7 (43) def Creswick 5.5 (35)
Buninyong 14.12 (96) def Ballan 1.1 (7)
Clunes 5.5 (35) def Beaufort 2.3 (15)
Learmonth 9.16 (70) def Dunnstown1.4 (10)
Rwood/Chap 9.5 (59) def Springbank 4.9 (33)
Newlyn 14.7 (91) def Cham/Linton 1.3 (9)
Skipton 17.15 (117) def Waubra 0.1 (1)
Smythesdale 8.8 (56) def Daylesford 2.4 (16)

Central Highlands Netball League

Central Highlands Netball League


Results Round 16

Results Round 16
Club
Clunes
Beaufort
Ballan
Buninyong
Newlyn
Carngham
Gordon
Creswick
Learmonth
Dunnstown
Bungaree
Hepburn
Daylesford
Smythesdale
Springbank
Rokewood
Skipton
Waubra

13&U
17
23
9
42
36
11
7
13
12
12
27
31
35
11
14
17
19
9

15&U
20
32
11
50
55
17
29
26
27
13
32
41
24
15
13
37
18
16

17&U
20
24
16
25
15
38
30
32
24
24
52
9
22
10
44
16
31
17

C
44
18
22
42
22
16
41
17
28
31
48
20
29
6
25
23
25
17

B
33
38
17
39
37
14
9
68
39
29
35
35
42
20
49
33
47
29

A
26
38
38
50
68
23
37
36
57
57
73
34
51
29
77
28
69
21

CHFL Top Goal Kickers

Seniors
Justin McConnell
Paul McMahon
Mick Nolan
Peter McGettigan
Thomas Eltringham
Christian Elliott

Ballan ...................................... 69
Springbank ............................ 57
Gordon .................................... 53
Dunnstown ............................ 48
Springbank............................. 47
Bungaree ................................ 44

Reserves
Michael Dodds
Newlyn ................................... 80
Jarryd Underwood
Springbank ............................ 41
Connor OKeefe
Bungaree ................................ 39
Todd Hearn
Springbank ............................ 32
Rodney Watts Ballan ..................................... 28

Photos Jason McEgan

Under 18s
Sam Jackson
Austin Corliss
Thomas McGregor

Hepburn ................................. 57
Springbank ............................ 40
Ballan ...................................... 27

Under 15s
Izaac Grant
Jack McGregor

Hepburn ............................... 128


Ballan ...................................... 41

Reserves
1 Buninyong.................418.38 64
2 Bungaree................. 290.93 56
3 Waubra.................... 296.22 52
4 Springbank................251.97 48
5 Beaufort....................285.75 44
6 Hepburn....................148.74 40
7 Gordon......................142.94 40
8 Creswick...................167.24 38
9 Learmonth.................186.08 36
10 Ballan.......................90.88 32
11 Newlyn.................... 126.10 28
12 Dunnstown................ 97.21 28
13 Rwood/Chap..........116.21 26
14 Daylesford.................79.32 24
15 Skipton........................ 17.39 8
16 Smythesdale.............. 13.76 8
17 Clunes.........................10.91 4
18 Cham/Linton.............. 19.57 0
Under 18
1 Hepburn.................. 665.99 64
2 Waubra......................337.43 56
3 Springbank................ 317.20 56
4 Beaufort.................. 304.85 52
5 Newlyn......................169.44 48
6 Ballan....................... 209.90 44
7 Skipton...................... 157.72 40
8 Creswick................... 111.50 36
9 Buninyong..................92.78 32
10 Bungaree................. 96.99 28
11 Learmonth.................56.89 28
12 Dunnstown................52.24 28
13 Clunes.......................55.20 24
14 Gordon..................... 27.76 16
15 Cham/Linton.............20.46 12
16 Rwood/Chap..............5.79 8
17 Smythesdale................0.00 0
18 Daylesford....................0.00 0
Under 15
1 Buninyong............... 2244.74 64
2 Hepburn...................1042.71 60
3 Learmonth................. 187.20 52
4 Beaufort....................198.45 48
5 Clunes.......................182.21 48
6 Ballan........................215.97 44
7 Rwood/Chap...........108.10 40
8 Newlyn......................119.44 36
9 Gordon.......................75.40 32
10 Smythesdale............103.35 30
11 Skipton......................69.67 24
12 Cham/Linton.............50.62 22
13 Bungaree................ 54.26 20
14 Dunnstown............... 48.96 20
15 Creswick...................49.27 16
16 Springbank............... 41.80 16
17 Daylesford.................. 18.16 4
18 Waubra........................ 8.18 0

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Bacchus
Marsh
Little
Athletics

Cross Country returned to


the Bostock Reservoir, Ballan last Saturday morning.
All races commenced from
the main carpark area before heading down the hill
and along the bank of the
reservoir. While the junior
athletes turned at the half
way mark and ran back to
the finish, our intermediate
and senior athletes headed
out along the fire track
through the plantations and
back. There were13 athletes
awarded PBs after their
performance.
This Saturday will be the
Centres final home run
to be held at Masons Lane
Reserve. All events will be
conducted on a handicap
system, where athletes will
start off using handicap
staggered times that have
been calculated from season results. Athletes should
arrive early so organisers
know who is competing and
handicap times can be finalised. The first race will commence at 10.30am.
The theme of the final meet
will be Footy (AFL, NRL,
Soccer etc) with all athletes
and spectators encouraged
to get involved.

Bacchus Marsh Soccer

Sport

Results - Round 17
Under 13s Open: BYE
Under 15s Open
Bacchus Marsh (8) def Sebastopol/Daylesford (3)
Goals - Gracjan Piotrowski (3), Noah Simmons (2), Ethan
Milson (1), Jake Carver (1), Nicholas Kelsall (1).
Under 16 Girls Metro
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Sydenham Park (10).
Seniors Division 1
Bacchus Marsh (2) def Ballarat (1)
Goals - Jalen Shugg (1), Angus Hocking (1).

The girls getting ready to perform their Character Dance A


Tarantella from Italy. Photo -submitted

Pentland Calisthenics Club

The youngest members of


the College stepped on stage
for the first time this season,
The Tinies.
The Barwon competition
runs for six weeks and is
held at venues in Werribee
and Geelong.The Tinies
team is smaller than
previous years consisting of
10 little girls aged 3 7 years
of age.They were awarded

the following places 3rd


Action Song, Honourable
Mention Free Exercises,
Rods and Character Dance.
Coach Nikki Gwynn-Sutton
said it is great for the little
ones to perform.
It really gives them a
confidence boost and it
was wonderful to have our
number called out in all
items.

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