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Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade Captain Nathan Ractliffe and volunteer members are prepared to voice their concerns, loud and clear. Photo Helen Tatchell

Fire Action Plan

By Jessica Howard

Volunteer firefighters, all 60,000 of them, are furious


over the state governments push to unionise the

Country Fire Authority (CFA).
Firefighters Union (UFU) has demanded
The United
greater control
of the CFA in an enterprising bargaining
agreement supported by Premier Daniel Andrews.
The agreement, which was uploaded to the UFUs
website, demands for seven paid firefighters at all
CFA jobs, a 19 per cent wage increase, a chauffeur for

every commander and a 15 per cent daily loading for


firefighters working alongside contractors.
Other proposed clauses allow the union to effectively
veto management decisions, and state that professional
firefighters are not to take orders from volunteers,
except in major disasters.
Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade Captain Nathan Ractliffe
said without a voice, decisions would be made that
impact the way CFA run their business.
We want to be able to make decisions on the ground
and make decisions that affect us as volunteers. This

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By Jessica Howard
Illustrated childrens books dating
back to the 1850s will be the feature of
this years Heritage Book Fete.
Held annually at St Andrews Uniting
Church in Bacchus Marsh, the fete will
offer a large selection of books from
the collection of fete coordinator Mavis
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the development and history of

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Schools

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Principal Michael Kennedy with


school captains Corey McEldrew
and Matilda Denman.
Photo Helen Tatchell

OUT !

By Jessica Howard
Class is dismissed at St Michaels Primary School, forever.
The Springbank school will close at the end of the 2016
school year after close to 150 years of service.
In a letter to the school community earlier this month,
Springbank and St Patricks Gordon Principal Michael
Kennedy said the size of the school, although providing a
unique and intimate learning environment, had been a
regular challenge in terms of its ongoing viability.
As a school, we must meet strict criteria in order to remain
viable, he wrote.
Despite the very best efforts of staff and parents, we find
ourselves on the very edge of the minimum required number
of students (11) for 2017.

This is certainly not a reflection of the work that current or


past members of St Michaels school community have done
and continue to do to ensure our ongoing viability; there
simply arent as many students or families attending our
school as once was the case.
A review into the future of the school included careful
consideration of the needs of current students and families,
projected enrolments and the proximity of other Catholic
schools.
Mr Kennedy, who joined the St Michaels team in 2006, said
it had been a very emotional few weeks.
This is not something any person, principal or community
wishes to go through; but in saying that, Ive been feeling
very supported by the whole community through this
difficult time, he said.

The parents will decide from here where their children will
go. I know some will go to other Catholic Schools closer to
Ballarat and hopefully some will come to St Pats in Gordon.
No matter what, they are being supported in their decision.
Mr Kennedy said 14 students were currently enrolled in the
school, including six grade six students.
The reason we needed to make this decision so early was to
give enough time and support to the families and children of
this school. From here, our first main aim is to make sure the
children continue to have a great and happy year, he said.
We also want to celebrate what is 146 years of Catholic
education in the community of Springbank. There is just such
a beautiful, rural feeling to this place. People have worked
very hard for this school. Everyone knows everyone and it
has been so easy to create strong, personal relationships with
everyone in the community.

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Leave Court in action


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By Steven Barnes
(Work Exp 3rd Yr Monash Uni)

By Kate Taylor

Moorabool Shire Councils CEO and


a councillor are both walking off the
job temporarily, and for different
reasons.
Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell
has been granted a month-long leave
of absence from his role as councillor,
to stand in the federal election.
The term also coincides with Cr
Tatchells recovery period following
an unexpected heart procedure.
Following his announcement that
he is contesting the seat of Ballarat
in the upcoming federal election,
as a National Party candidate, Cr
Tatchell applied to council for a leave
of absence from his councillor duties
until Monday 4 July; the leave was
granted at the June council meeting.
Meanwhile CEO Rob Croxford has
been granted annual leave, approved
at the same council meeting.
Leave was approved from 19 August
to 24 August, over the Christmas
period from 26 December to 10
January, and for 27 March 2017 until
21 April 2017.
The Acting CEO for the period 19
August to 24 August and the period
26 December to 10 January will be
Phil Jeffrey, General Manager of
Infrastructure.
The Acting CEO for the period
27 March to 21 April 2017 will be
Danny Colgan, General Manager of
Community Services.

Despite the cold weather there was a fiery theme


in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates Court last week.
Paul Camilleri fronted the court in relation to a
fire he lit on his Glenmore property on March 11
this year, within the fire danger period. The court
heard the defendant attempted to burn three large
piles of fallen trees with the CFA attending the
scene. No reports of injury were recorded.
Mr Camilleri who had no prior convictions, said
in his defence I didnt think they were huge fires,
and because it rained the day before and it wasnt
summer, he wasnt breaking any laws.
He also claimed he should not be made to pay
any fines as the CFA had damaged his property
and gave him more than five days work worth
of damage.
In his sentencing Magistrate Andrew Capell
asked Mr Camilleri, Did it not occur to you that
March is still hot?
He also said that situations like this are something
every outlander has to deal with.
He was fined $400 plus court costs.

Codey Jennings also faced the court for a fire


related charge, this time for lighting a fire without
a permit.
The court heard Mr. Jennings set fire to rubbish
as per a request by his landlord at an Inglis street
property on April 5 this year.
The CFA arrived at the scene and noted Mr.
Jennings attempting to put out the fires and
concluded he must have done something wrong.
In his defence, Mr Jennings said he did not think
he was doing anything wrong and when asked
about the size of the fires joked, It was only up to
my knees I dont like them too high!
He was fined $250 plus court costs.

Photo Helen Tatchell

Fire Action Plan


from page 1

Member for Ballarat, Joshua Morris said


the Premiers endorsement of the UFUs
demands were a complete betrayal of the
volunteers who bravely protect regional
communities in Western Victoria.
A UFU takeover of the CFA would
jeopardise a volunteer based community
organisation that projects homes, businesses
and lives, he said.
Local knowledge is absolutely essential
to fighting fires, protecting properties and
saving lives. Suggesting that outside paid
firefighters would do a better job than local
volunteers is an insult to Victorias 60,000
volunteer firefighters.
The Fair Work Commission has also backed
the union takeover, with Commissioner
Julius
Roe
delivering
non-biding
recommendations supporting the UFUs
demands on Wednesday (June 1).
State Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard
urged the community to wait until an
announcement had been made before
jumping to conclusions.

No one can say that the Government has


let [the CFA] down because a decision is yet
to be made, he said.
In so many places throughout the report
from The Fair Work Commission, it states
that nothing in the agreement shall prevent
volunteers from providing their services
to the community. A number of the
recommendations only relate to integrated
fire stations, where there are paid firefighters
as well as CFA volunteers; therefore those
particular recommendations do not relate to
anyone in my electorate.
Mr Howard said brigades such as
Buninyong and Ballan were 100 per cent
volunteer based, with no career firefighter
involvement.
The Government fully supports volunteers
and career firefighters and values the
work they do every single day to keep our
community safe.
Premier Andrews must now decide whether
to push the proposed agreement through
Cabinet or continue negotiations.

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Council Clips

By Kate Taylor

A proposed lease agreement for poultry facilities at the Bacchus


Marsh Racecourse and Recreation Reserve is out for public
comment.
The lease is proposed to give exclusive rights to the poultry
facilities to two clubs that have operated there for many years,
the Bacchus Marsh and Melton Poultry Club and the Footscray
and District Poultry Club.
The lease agreement provides the Poultry Clubs with
exclusive management and usage rights in return for the Clubs
undertaking the majority of maintenance required at the facility.
The clubs would also pay a combined annual fee of $530, CPI
adjusted annually, to go towards maintaining common areas.
The lease is for an initial seven years, with two more seven-year
options for renewal.
The proposed term of the lease is suitable given the significant
investment that both the clubs have already made to the Poultry
Club facilities and the future plans the Club has to improve
the facilities with significant investment from the governing
association available once a lease agreement is entered into,
read a report tabled at the May council meeting.

Rate rise approved,


budget set to go
By Kate Taylor

Avoid
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It has been a winter wonderland in
many parts of the Moorabool Shire
and Jack Frost has arrived, with Frosty
the Snowman not far behind.
Western Water is advising customers
to put a cover on their water meter
when frost is predicted to avoid a frozen meter, and no water.

Every winter when there is a cold


snap we get phone calls from people
with no water due to a frozen meter,
Western Waters General Manager,
Customer and Community Relations,
Graham Holt.

Its no fun having no hot water on a


freezing cold morning, so we are urging people to think ahead and cover
their meters.
Mr Holt says a frozen meter means
no water for the household until the
meter thaws out, so the best option is
to ensure it doesnt freeze in the first
place.
There are plenty of options for covering your meter, including a large
bucket, cardboard box, half a tyre, a
hessian bag or an old blanket.
The important thing is to ensure

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The Essential Services Commission has approved an application


by Moorabool Shire Council to raise rates by 3.5 per cent.
However, each ratepayers rates notice may increase or decrease
by varying percentages on the previous year, as properties were
re-valued this year.
The increase is one per cent above the state-governments
recommended imposed rates cap of 2.5 per cent, with
Moorabools 2016-17 draft annual budget already prepared
using the 3.5 per cent increase.
The additional 1 per cent rate increase will provide a further
$259,000 in revenue and, according to the draft budget, will
enable new and upgrade capital expenditure to proceed next
financial year.
Mayor Allan Comrie said in reviewing the ESC decision, it
is interesting to note Commission Chair Dr Ron Ben-Davids
comment.
In approving the higher caps for the six municipalities, the
Commission needed to satisfy itself that higher rates were
consistent with the long-term interests of their communities.
We considered each councils application on its merit, Dr BenDavid said.
Neighbouring shire City of Ballarat had its application for a rate
increase rejected.
Mayor Comrie pointed out that the increase in general rates
along with the revaluation of some properties across the shire
would result in rate increases above the average for 2016 /17 for
some property owners.
We will continue to work with those ratepayers who may
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Artist in Residence Barbara Press and one of her paintings. Photos - submitted

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Clubs
laughing
with new
funding
By Kate Taylor
Many local groups, but
one is not laughing, have
benefitted from Moorabool
Shire Councils Community
Grants Program.
In total, 29 applications
for the Summer round of
grants were received across
the three program categories 20 under Community
Strengthening, three under
Events, and six under Arts.
A total of $97,147 was requested, with $70,000 available funding and a total of
$63,415 was allocated.
The Ballan Bowling Club
received nearly $4000 for a
new concrete path; the Gordon Recreation Reserve was
allocated $5000 towards a
new storage unit; the Ballan
Recreation
Reserve
received $5000 towards a
water tank; the Rotary Club
of Bacchus Marsh received
$5000 towards a new trailer
tool room; Acrofun Bacchus Marsh received $5000
towards new safety mats;
Ballan Mens Shed received
more than $4000 towards
a dust extraction machine;
the Ballan Racecourse received $5000 towards a new
entrance to the recreation
reserve; and the Rotary Club

of Ballan and District received $5000 for a new graffiti removal group.
The Myrniong and District
Seniors Luncheon received
nearly $2000 for a new
oven; The Elaine Cricket
Club received $1000 for new
baggy hats; the Springbank
Football Club received over
$4000 for a new fridge; and
the Lions Club of Bacchus
Marsh received $5000 toward restoring its Lions
train.
However, applicants missing out were the Avenue
Bowling Club which asked
for over $3000 for new sun
shades; the Bacchus Marsh
BMX Club missed out on
$5000 for an electronic
scoring/timing device; the
Morrisons Cemetery Trust
missed out on just over $3000
for new boundary fencing;
and the Ballark Gun Club
missed out on over $2000 for
a new sun shade.
The Neighbours Place
missed out on $5000 towards
office accommodation for
its no-interest loan service;
the Yarrowee Leigh Creek
Catchment Group missed
out on $7000 for servicing its
Landcare trailer; the Moorabool Lego Group missed out
on $5000 towards establish-

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ing the group, and the Ballan Arboretum missed out


on funding for a brochure of
noteable trees.
The only successful Community Event grant recipient
was the Myrniong Primary
Schools Christmas in Winter fundraiser with $3000.
Other events that missed
out on funding were the
Moorabool Laughing Group
($3000 for a laughter workshop), and the Ladies Probus Club of Bacchus Marsh,
($3000 for a project to help
those socially isolated).
Community arts grants
recipients were the Bacchus
Marsh Arts Council, which
received $1150 to develop an
exhibition space at the public
hall; Ballan District Health
and Care received $3000
toward a book exploring 50
tiers of service; a Bacchus
Marsh watercolours painting group received $2000
towards supplies; the Ballan
Community Choir received
$1000 towards establishment; and the Moorabool
Light Orchestra received
$3000 towards its expansion,
while Myrniong Primary
School missed out on its application for $5000 towards
its Australian animals fence
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Moorabool Shire Council

NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL


The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 6 July, 2016 at
the Cuncil Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan commencing at 5.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The next committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee,
tomorrow, Wednesday 8 June, 2016 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan,
commencing at 4pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
AVENUE OF HONOUR TREE WORKS

Moorabool Shire Council will be undertaking aerial inspections and tree pruning
works in the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour from Monday 6th of June 2016 to
Tuesday 14th of June 2016.
These important tree works will be undertaken as part of the ongoing commitment
to the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour Strategic Management Plan.
Council is periodically undertaking these works to limit the risk to public safety and
extend the life of the trees within the Avenue of Honour.
Works on the trees will be conducted Monday to Friday only during the hours of
8.00am and 5.00pm.
Trafc and other disruptions will be kept to a minimum.
WEST MOORABOOL HERITAGE STUDY STAGE 2A

With the assistance of funding from Heritage Victoria, Council engaged heritage
consultants in March 2014, to prepare the West Moorabool Heritage Study Stage
2A February 2016 (referred to hereafter as the Heritage Study).
The Heritage Study (draft), which has recently been completed, lists a number of
individual properties and precincts as proposed heritage places. It also recommends
that the proposed heritage places be included in a Heritage Overlay in the Moorabool
Planning Scheme.
A full copy of the Heritage Study can be viewed at Council ofces at the following
locations during ofce hours, free of charge:
15 Stead Street, Ballan
Lerderderg Library - Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
A full copy of the Heritage Study can also be viewed on Councils website at
http://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au ; click on Have Your Say Moorabool on the
home page.
Public information sessions have been scheduled as follows.
DATE/TIME
Thursday 16 June, 2016
4.00 6.00pm
Thursday 30 June, 2016
4.00 6.00pm
Tuesday 5 July, 2016
4.00 6.00pm
Monday 11 July, 2016
4.00 6.00pm

VENUE
Blackwood Hall
Byers Road, Blackwood
Council Ofces
15 Stead Street, Ballan
Lal Memorial Hall
420 Clarendon - Lal Road, Lal Lal
Bungaree Historical Society
Old Bluestone School building,
Bungaree-Wallace Road, Bungaree

Any person may make a submission on the Heritage Study (draft) prior to it being
formally considered by Council. Submissions must be made in writing, giving the
submitters name and postal address, affected property address and the place
number or place name on the relevant citation report from the Heritage Study.
The closing date for submissions is Wednesday 31 August 2016. A submission can
be made in the following ways:
1. Via Councils website at http://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au; click on Have
Your Say Moorabool on the home page.
2. Via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
3. Via post to: Moorabool Shire Council
PO Box 18
BALLAN VIC 3342
Re: Submission to West Moorabool Heritage Study Stage 2a
Attention: SSD

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342


Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
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Ballan
Pony Club

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 11

By Kate Taylor
If there is ever a good time
to sit down with paperwork
for a community grant, this
winter is it.

It doesnt matter what the weather, horse events are held in


rain, hail or shine.
The Racecourse Recreation Reserve is home to the Ballan
Pony Club and they held a Showjumping Day, one to provide
their own members with experience and also to raise much
needed funds to maintain their club.
Outside entries and club members competed in a variety of
Graded events that suited rider and mount combination.
Results:
Charlotte Labas 1st F Grade
Jessica Norman 1st E Grade
Nicole Pama 1st D Grade
Sophie Monaghan - 2nd E Grade
Samara McLeod E Grade
Annabel Mather E Grade

Applications
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Charlotte Labas warms up before competing in the F Grade event.

Community grants, with


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Mayor Allan Comrie said
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the wonderful contribution
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This is a fantastic way


for groups to receive some
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Mayor Cr Allan Comrie said.

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very beneficial programs,
thanks to the community
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Program guidelines, application forms and further


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Last time Derryn Hinch was in Moorabool
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words. Letters to be received via fax, post or email (preferred option). The Editor has the right to limit the
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You may also Post messages on the Moorabool News Facebook page.
Dear Editor,
The Bacchus Marsh RSL Ladies Auxiliary would like to
thank the people, the traders
and the Bacchus Marsh RSL,
for their help and support
for attending the Cancer
Council fundraising event
The Biggest Morning Tea
recently.
The
Ladies
Auxiliary
raised $1,032. All monies
raised will go to the Cancer
Council.
Bev Kummerlowe
President Ladies Auxiliary
Bacchus Marsh RSL

Dear Editor,
For a second time, I have
read about the dangerous
conditions on the Geelong/
Bacchus Marsh Road. I travel
this road twice a week, every
week and it certainly has its
danger spots but some of the
atrocious driving I see each
trip would attribute more of
the accidents to human error
and dangerous risk taking
than road conditions.
New flexible safety barriers
are very costly and certainly
dont improve driver behaviour. Such expenditure
would be better spent on, yet
again, improving Woolpack
Road (which is a disaster
waiting to happen). Surprisingly, roadworks around the
two prisons near Geelong,
on this particular road, have
moved at a very efficient rate
and even there, drivers take
ridiculous risks to them-

selves and, more often, to


others.
Is our generation in such
a permanent hurry or constantly distracted on mobile
phones? I see this as the
real problem in road safety
today.
Christel Russell
Bacchus Marsh

Dear Editor,
The coalition government
will break its promise of
delivering 25 megabits per
second (Mbps) broadband to
all Australians by 2016.
The NBN proposal for
Dales Creek / Greendale /
Korobeit will not be able to
achieve any more than 12
Mbps. Incorporating 40m
towers, fixed wireless and
1980s microwave dish back
link technology, before getting near optical fibre; this is
slower than ADSL technology which can deliver up to
20Mbps getting slower further from the exchange.
I for one would sooner have
a new exchange with ADSL
than these sad towers. Having asked, waited 13 years
for ADSL and unable to get
it due to a pair-gain copper
line, this maximum 12Mbps
NBN solution is woeful. I
suggest this NBN rollout
has simply become a race
for subscription numbers
instead of any idea of futureproofing our technology.
As an IT professional with
a family of three children,

I think it is time we spoke


up about what we really
expect, want and need as
an essential service for our
community.
David Boylan
Greendale

Dear Editor,
Volunteers work for the love
of their communities and for
their fellow man. The CFA
men and women are caring,
brave people who train and
work to a rigid controlled
system.
I relate the current position
with the union to the thousands of our early native
drovers, boundary riders
and farm hands who were
happy working for the love
of their beasts. They did
not want money, they didnt
know what it was and were
happy with the hats, boots,
clothing, meat and flour
the station owners gave
them. Of course when the
landowners were ordered to
pay their workers hundreds
of them, especially the old
generation, had to go walkabout leaving only those few
behind that the cattle station
could afford to pay.
Our volunteer CFA firemen
need to be left alone. I believe money is truly the root
of all evil.
Marian Sidwell
Bacchus Marsh

MERV

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 13

Pattons Prayer
with Pastor Merv Patton

The Story
of Isaac
Isaac was born to old parents. No, I mean really old.
Poor Abraham and Sarah
had waited so long that
Isaacs birth put a smile on
their face. His name means
laughter. Isaac grew up with
a step-brother Ishmael, but
after Isaacs dad Abraham
split from Ishmaels mum
Hagar, he was left without a
sibling.

It is hard on a boy who is


growing up with the expectations of taking over the
family name, and heading
up a dynasty with hundreds
of people and sheep, goats,
camels etc. of great wealth.
Isaac had known the nomadic lifestyle of his father,
and he would continue the
same way.
Abraham then sent his oldest and most trusted servant
to his birth place in Mesopotamia, to bring back a
wife for Isaac, who was now
40 years old. The prayers
of Abraham, Isaac and the

servant were answered


when months later, the servant arrived with a beautiful
bride named Rebekah. Isaac
and Rebekah fell madly in
love with each other.

Like all of us, Isaac endured many testing times


including drought, famine
and hostility from other
powerful nations and clans.
Shortly thereafter, Isaac had
his epiphany, with the God
of his father, which would
mark his future life for good.

It took quite a time for Rebekah to fall pregnant, and


when she gave birth she had
twins, Esau and Jacob. These
boys would both thrill Isaac
and cause him much distress
along the way. Esau was a
mans man, rough and rugged; he lived outdoors and
was a great hunter. Jacob
was an indoor guy, prone to
deceiving people to get what
he wanted.
The Bible tells the story
warts and all. Ordinary

people who faced challenges


as we all do. Often they were
in danger and had to sleep
with a sword nearby. Lack
of water, drought, moving
large herds and re-erecting
their tents and shelters was
part of their lifestyle.
We all have a story to tell,
and your story may include
a history of hurts and problems. Like Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob, we may have to
struggle to succeed against
much difficulty.
The first couple of steps
from AA says it well.

We admitted we were powerless and that our lives had


become unmanageable. We
came to believe that a Power
greater than ourselves could
restore us to sanity.
I believe if you keep your
faith, you keep your trust,
you keep the right attitude,
if youre grateful, youll see
God open up new doors;
Joel Osteen.

V/LINE COMMUNITY NOTICE

Winter closure NIGHT WORKS


sets in
Tuesday 14 June to Friday 24 June

V/Line is completing maintenance works along the rail line


between Ballarat and Deer Park.

Selected roads and tracks


throughout Victorias forests
and parks are set to be temporarily closed.
As part of an annual program, The Department of
Environment, Land, Water
and Planning (DELWP) will
be closing selected areas
during winter and spring
to ensure driver safety and
protect forest and park roads
from damage during the
cooler months.
DELWP State Roads and
Bridges Planner, Craig Lang
said some roads and tracks
have been closed from Sunday May 1, with others to fol-

low on June 16, just after the


Queens Birthday weekend.
These early closures are
necessary in some parts of
the state because the roads
and tracks in our parks and
forests have the potential to
become wet, he said.
The closures are important
because our forest roads and
tracks become much more
difficult for drivers to use
safely over this period. Some
forest tracks would suffer
significant damage if they
were left open all year round,
so we assess them each year
and then after consultation,
with stakeholders including
Four Wheel Driver Victoria,
close any that require it.

Mr Lang said most of the


roads and tracks would be
re-opened in time for the
Melbourne Cup weekend.
As always, we want anyone driving in our parks and
forests to stay on the formed
roads, take their rubbish
home and take particular
care with campfires, so that
everyone can enjoy Victorias magnificent parks and
forests.
For those wanting to plan
their trip, go to the Public
Access map site in the visiting parks and forests section
at www.depi.vic.gov.au.
For maps of the early closures in parks, visit www.
parks.vic.gov.au.

Due to the nature of these works, construction noise will be


present during the night.
Works are expected to take place for approximately 30 minutes
at each location.
Thank you for your patience while we complete this essential
maintenance.
ZO660523

By Jessica Howard

Authorised by V/Line Pty Ltd,


750 Collins Street, Docklands

advisor or balancing your cheque book, dont postpone


Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au
accounting tasks. A supervisor or senior colleague
becomes more cooperative and agreeable.

Page 14 The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016

LEOJuly 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles


On Thursday and Friday, the focus is on patching up
injured relationships. The weekend may include a news
bulletin about an on-again, off-again event. A modest
financial windfall may arrive later in the week.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22

QUICK PUZZLE

ARIESMarch 21-April 20

Absentmindedness prevails. Its easy to forget


appointments and things have a way of going astray.
Romance is thriving however and you are floating like a
feather all week.
TAURUSApril 21-May 22

Public relations activities are highlighted through the


week. Your timing is impeccable and your wit sparkles.
One caution - be sure to share the limelight with your
partner.
GEMINIMay 23-June 21

You can give a friend a much needed shot in the arm,


helping him/her over a major hurdle. Meanwhile, your
own obstacle course should become less complicated,
thanks to a mystery person.

7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
15.
16.
18.
20.
22.

ACROSS
Teacher (12)
Rarely (6)
Visitor (6)
Pariah (7)
Heap (5)
Banquet (5)
Silly (7)
Quick (6)
Harangue (6)
Paradise (6,2,4)

NO. 8959

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
11.
13.
14.
17.
19.
21.

DOWN
Time-table (8)
Promise (4)
Flaw (7)
Month (5)
Dagger (8)
Liberate (4)
Wool (8)
Offspring (8)
Issue (7)
Horse (5)
Fury (4)
Dance (4)

CRYPTIC PUZZLE
ACROSS
7. Conflict betwen breweries? (6,6). 8. Give the fish back
to the bird (6). 9. One is in a rage, it appears (6). 10.
Even getting the home number (7). 12. Prevents one
from having punctuation (5). 15. Spoke angrily, but gave
the promise (5). 16. Dont put to music (7). 18. Succeed
in getting to adulthood as a male (6). 20. Dont mothers
have a go at making it? (6). 22. A record of ones signature tune? (8,4).
DOWN
1. Bar maid with a pasty complexion (8). 2. Somebody
light! (4). 3. Gee, take the soup back again (7). 4. What
the Irish suggest to a cannibal (5). 5. Said to chuck the
rest out, which is calamitous (8). 6. Experienced, put
ones finger on it (4). 11. Then again, at being admitted,try
to intimidate (8). 13. A staid pink and yellow (8). 14. Stay
with the priest going off East (7). 17. Theres a bed for
the man at the hotel (5). 19. One note after: a C sharp
(4). 21. The man is up by eleven (4).

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8958

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Bitter strife. 8, Parr-ot. 9, Wra-I-th. 10, Flatten. 12, Stops. 15, Swore. 16, Refrain. 18, Man-age.
20, Pas-try. 22, Identity disc.
Down - 1, Di-sallow. 2, Star. 3, Broth-er. 4, Stews. 5,
Disa-ster. 6, Felt. 11, Th-re-at-en. 13, Prim-rose. 14,
Respit-E. 17, Bert-H. 19, A-C-I-D. 21, Si-dE (rev.).

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, Rattlesnake. 7, Spar. 8, Nauseate. 9, Advise. 10, Entire. 12, Nougat. 15, Purple. 17, Narrator.
19, Iris. 20, Good-looking.
Down - 1, Sterling. 2, Glance. 3, Assume. 4, Pace. 5,
Better. 6, Rapid. 11, Terrific. 13, Orange. 14, Tattle. 15,
Parrot. 16, Lying. 18, Room.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Schoolmaster. 8, Seldom. 9, Caller. 10, Outcast. 12, Stack. 15, Feast. 16, Idiotic. 18, Prompt. 20,
Tirade. 22, Garden of eden.
Down - 1, Schedule. 2, Word. 3, Blemish. 4, March. 5,
Stiletto. 6, Free. 11, Cashmere. 13, Children. 14, Edition. 17, Steed. 19, Rage. 21, Reel.

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, From scratch. 7, Lawn. 8, Retreats. 9, Theor-y. 10, Spring. 12, Grated. 15, Pas-try. 17, At a pr-ice.
19, Odd-s. 20, Legal tender.
Down - 1, Point out (anag.). 2, As-t-Ray. 3, W-rites. 4,
S-tye. 5, Wh-it-en. 6, Flash. 11, Responds. 13, Rattle.

CANCERJune 22-July 22
Whether preparing income tax, meeting with a financial
advisor or balancing your cheque book, dont postpone
accounting tasks. A supervisor or senior colleague
becomes more cooperative and agreeable.
LEOJuly 23-August 22

On Thursday and Friday, the focus is on patching up


injured relationships. The weekend may include a news
bulletin about an on-again, off-again event. A modest
financial windfall may arrive later in the week.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22

Later this week may see you making plans for a long term
project. The weekend may offer offbeat travel
opportunities. A personal difficulty could turn out to have
a positive effect.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
News from abroad, which may arrive by the weekend,
should solve a long time mystery. Consistency is essential
in your work or academic environment. In love, variety
is the operative word.

SUDOKU

SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

NUMBER GAME

This week may feature a promotion, a love note and a


financial news-brightener. One caution, be sure to keep
correspondence up to date.

ANSWER BELOW

SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22

You are on air for much of this romantically upbeat


period, with a relationship improving by heaps and
bounds. Your financial picture requires a complete review.
Expect a surprise gift on the weekend.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20

Innovative ideas can be put into effect during this


uncommonly productive week. Be sure to get all details
correct before conveying any messages.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19

Try to avoid conflict between family obligations and


career responsibilities. A health improvement scheme
should be prominent among resolutions. Financial advice
may require clarification.

PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
There will, at the work place, be an easing up of frictions
by Thursday or friday. The weekend focuses on local
travel. Property transactions are generally favoured but
may require more legwork than expected.

BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK


You are famous for your pioneering spirit and courageous
approach. You have a tendency of monopolizing the
limelight and wanting everything yesterday. Your quick
wit and high energy level could lead to career
advancements. Impatience could hinder relationships, so
let them take their course.

Later this week may see you making plans for a long term
project. The weekend may offer offbeat travel
opportunities. A personal difficulty could turn out to have
a positive effect.

LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
News from abroad, which may arrive by the weekend,
should solve a long time mystery. Consistency is essential
in your work or academic environment. In love, variety
is the operative word.
SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

This week may feature a promotion, a love note and a


financial news-brightener. One caution, be sure to keep
correspondence up to date.
SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22

You are on air for much of this romantically upbeat


period, with a relationship improving by heaps and
bounds. Your financial picture requires a complete review.
Expect a surprise gift on the weekend.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20

Innovative ideas can be put into effect during this


uncommonly productive week. Be sure to get all details
correct before conveying any messages.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19

Try to avoid conflict between family obligations and


career responsibilities. A health improvement scheme
should be prominent among resolutions. Financial advice
may require clarification.

PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
There will, at the work place, be an easing up of frictions
by Thursday or friday. The weekend focuses on local
travel. Property transactions are generally favoured but
may require more legwork than expected.

BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK


You are famous for your pioneering spirit and courageous
approach. You have a tendency of monopolizing the
limelight and wanting everything yesterday. Your quick
wit and high energy level could lead to career
advancements. Impatience could hinder relationships, so
let them take their course.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8959

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 15

New
Australians
welcomed
Moorabool Shire Mayor Allan Comrie hosted a
citizenship ceremony in Ballan that welcomed 29
Moorabool residents to receive their official Australian
Citizenship.
All new citizens received a welcome gift from council
comprising of a Certificate and a native tree.

Mayor Comrie said it is great to see our New


Australians join with our old Australians in celebrating
this evening.
Moorabools newest citizens previously held
citizenship in a variety of countries from around
the globe that included the United Kingdom, Malta,
Canada, India, Botswana, Philippines, FYR Macedonia,
Poland, Pakistan, Thailand and South Africa.

Christopher Pallett

David Hancock

Petrus and Ronell Steyn with their children Alyssa, Zeney and Shannyn.
Photos Helen Tatchell

Ted Clifton

Mahesh Janib Gupta

Saso Petrusev

Mrs Suma Narayana

Anita, Damian, Gracjan, Patrick and Piotr Piotrowski

Dr Aesha Sadaf Rizwan and her son Fozan Rizwan

Mrs Ramphan Corrigan and Ms Praewpan Ruangkratok.

Andre Groulx

Page 16 The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016

Newborns
in the
district

Bacchus Marsh parents


Katherine and Ben
GEURTS have
welcomed their second
child, a little girl. A new
sister for brother Finley
Elliot, Violet Louisa
arrived on Tuesday 31
May at 1.35pm. Violet
weighed 2750 grams.

Babies born
recently at
Bacchus Marsh
and Melton
Regional Hospital

WHATS ON

Police Rounds

A Good Samaritan has handed a quantity of cash in to Bacchus


Marsh police, however the owner is yet to be found.
The money was found at a store on Gell Street on Thursday, May 19.

Police released a statement after the owner was still yet to be located
more than ten days later, but a Section Sergeant told The Moorabool
News on Friday (June 3) that nothing more had progressed.
At this stage no one has come forward to claim it, he said.

Police are not releasing the exact amount of cash but it is not more
than $500.
Anyone who believes they may have lost money in this area should
call Bacchus Marsh Police Station on 5366 4500.

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

ADULT EDUCATION

Ballan and District Community House


Term 2 program OUT NOW. Book now for Senior Friendly
Seminars Assisted Living, Aged care, Palliative Care and
Funding, 9/6; Garden Group,10/6; Lego Group, 16/6. For
enrolment information and costs please call 5368 1934 or
email info@bchvic.org.au
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.
com
Melton South Community Centre
Offering classes in - Acrylic Nails 14 & 18 June; Create
your very own memory flower 19 June. Phone 9747 8576 for
bookings.

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

News

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Darley Market
Saturday 18 June, 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 Lions Club Market
Saturday 2 July, 8am-1pm. 1st Saturday each Month. Inglis
St, Ballan. Enquiries - 0432 961 975 (Paul).

Ballan Farmers Market


Next Market Saturday 11 June, 9am-1pm.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq 0498
361 291 or 0490 114 130.

CHURCH

Saint Malachy Blackwood


Service Sunday 12 June, 9am.
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Pauls)
Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am. Worship Service and Childrens Program.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Service Times Sunday 12 June 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.
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.
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.

PAUL TATCHELL

Invites you to his campaign launch


This is an exciting time for the
Ballarat Electorate with a new
National candidate in the race;
the first time since 1987.
Paul Tatchell has:
a proven record of advocacy
a focus on finding solutions
recognises local opportunities
a proven strong voice for
the region

Please join Paul for the launch of his campaign


Friday 10 June, 2016 @ 6.30pm
The Commercial Hotel, 151 Old Melbourne Road, Ballan
RSVP for catering purposes to 0423 643 309 or
paul.tatchell@nationals.org.au by 9 June 2016

Childrens Illustrated Books from the 1850s


Display Talk Sales
12 June 12-5 pm & 13 June 9-2 pm
St Andrews Bacchus Marsh.

In aid of Frontier Services UCA serving Remote Australia


Ph 5367 3023
Email lutoncourt@gmail.com

Casserole Luncheon
Brought to you by Gordon Drop in Centre
Wednesday June 29
Arrive 11:30am for meal at 12noon
Gordon Public Hall, Main Street, Gordon
$10 per person 2 courses
Tea, coffee and soft drink included
Phone 5368 9118 for group bookings
and further information

St Brigids Primary School


BALLAN
NOW ACCEPTING ENROLMENTS
for the 2017 school year.
Please contact the Principal on 5368 1015 or
call into the school to obtain an enrolment form.
St Brigids PS, Cnr Stead and Inglis St, Ballan

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 17

John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

B A L L A N

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Ph: 5368 1455

FORTHCOMING AUCTION
7 Main Street, Gordon

Saturday 18th June @ 11am on site

TIME TO INVEST!
This 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom Hardi-Plank home, with a double lock up
garage is set on a large acre Main Street allotment only 1 hour West
of Melbourne and 20 minutes East of Ballarat, in the heart of the Gordon
Township.
TERMS 10% SETLLEMENT 30 DAYS

Open for inspection Saturdays 12-1pm

NE

Discover a
community
within a
*
community $253,500

NG
ISTI
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BUNDING

SPARGO CREEK

$900,000

$215,000

54 acres, large double brick home, 4 bedrooms,


3 with BIRs, the master with WIR and ensuite.
Family room, formal lounge, well appointed
kitchen featuring Blackwood timber with an
adjoining sun room. Combustion wood fire and
gas heating. Main bathroom offers separate
bath/shower, with ensuite providing a shower
and vanity. Covered pergola surrounded by
established gardens and lawn. 4 car garage
and secure shedding for storage. A spring dam,
2 phase power, solar panels and 3 water tanks
should also be added to the long list of features
this property has to offer! Needs to be seen to
be appreciated.

Then we have found the perfect property for you!


This Weatherboard home is set between Ballan
and Daylesford and gives easy access to the
Western Highway. The home itself offers a
kitchen with electric cooking plus the advantage
of a wood stove, a lounge room with a timber
fire for warmth through the cooler months, 3
bedrooms all with carpet and a family bathroom
with the shower over the bath and a separate
toilet and lets not forget the rear covered porch.
The property also provides a SLUG plus a single
carport, plus 2 water tanks which between them
provide appx 3000 Gal. of water and if this isnt
enough its all set on your larger than average
block of approximately 1/3 of an acre.

1336 Ballan-Daylesford Road

1184 Denherts Road

LOOKING FOR AN ESCAPE?

ONE WITH THE LOT

Home & Land from

MARYBOROUGH

GORDON

$229,000

$365,000

57 Dundas Road
POTENTIAL PLUS

This delightful older style Weatherboard offers


plenty
of home,
space bothwithout
inside and feeling
out! 4 bedrooms,
You want a welcoming place to
call
isolated.
an older style kitchen with electric cooking and a
We understand that. Thats why
at
Stonehill,
weve
built
the
best of both worlds.
dishwasher. The lounge has gas heating positioned
in the original fire place, a ceiling rose and is
Stonehill is a masterplanned community
that
offers
conveniences
carpeted. Family
bathroom
has everyday
toilet, shower living
and
withmillion
timber flooring.
Enclosed
rear porch
within easy reach. Plus, theresvanity
a $20
shopping
precinct
and private primary
and the rear covered veranda. Solar power and
school coming soon. And if that
isnt enough,
its also
part
of the charming, urban
evaporative
cooling. Single
bedroom
bungalow/
outside
laundry with the
added bonus
of a second
town of Bacchus Marsh. With its
established
sporting
clubs
and friendly main street,
bathroom. Garden shed with cement flooring and
you really are part of the perfect
community.
extra storage plus a work shop area. This property
is approximately 1/4 acre and has 2 driveways,
To find out how a little extra commute
gets
whole
community,
one side giving
accessyou
to a a
single
carportlot
andmore
the
second
giving
you
access
to
a
D.L.U.G.
call 13 13 63 or visit stonehillcommunity.com.au

72 Main Street

SEARCHING
FRESH AIR?
NewFOR
land

release
NOW
SELLING

Approximately acre, double story home of


4 bedrooms, 3 upstairs including the master
bedroom with WIR and ensuite with a toilet, shower
and vanity. Upstairs bedrooms all have BIRs, ceiling
fans and are fully carpeted. Open plan kitchen/
dining and living space. Kitchen has electric
cooking and plenty of bench and storage space
with vinyl floor coverings. Combustion wood heater
and also evaporative cooling throughout the home.
The main bathroom provides a separate bath and
shower with separate toilet. Double lock up garage
with cement flooring, power and a workshop
area, also being a second garden shed. If this isnt
enough to entice an inspection what about the
rear road access to the property which makes this
property one for possible subdivision (STCA)!

GORDON

BALLAN

$335,000

$340,000

The Billy Boils

Sales & Information Centre, 12 Cassinia Boulevard, Maddingley at Bacchus Marsh. Open Sat Wed, 12pm 5pm

Unit 1/27 Roch Court

*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
finance 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.

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

Location,Ultimate
You Will Love
Lifestyle
It! Retreat - INSPECT SATURDAY

Inspect: Sat 11.00-11.30am


Price: $660,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Price: $500,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

16
764m2

1.27

4.08

24.61

13.08

5.00

17
795m2

18
705m2
8

20.8

4.48

19
703m2

34.52

14.0
0

14.0

13.1
5

Reserve

15.54

1
15.2

3
667m2

20.6
4

38.02

1
603m2
41.28

14.8

4
760m2

45.63

5
701m2

19.00

5.18

2
731m2

38.4
9

13.01

14.0

Price: $590,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

6
649m2

Inspect: By appointment

18.49

41.77

6
37.4

12.7

19.29

20.82

26.17

19.01

31.93

6.00

3.21

26.27

7
624m2

38.64

29.38

19.74

9
541m2

21.90

19.9

6.00

29.93

38.03
37.92
4.11
.60
19

Inspect: By appointment

10
567m2

Reserve

8
779m2

.78
27

COIMADAI 53b & 69 Seereys Road

13.70
.50
29

15
1206m2

19.20

41.00

11
608m2

4.1

14
1587m2

(exisiting home)

21.02

14.07

41.03

33.93

23.10

5.4

12
673m2

13
887m2

53.73

21.02

.95

3.51

45

16.50

6.96

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

35.46

Inspect: By appointment

Location,
Bushland
YouSetting
Will Love It!

Located just 8kms North of Bacchus Marsh, is this natural bush block
of approximately 36 acres (14.57HA). The land is in 2 titles with the
opportunity to buy as a whole or owner will sell separately. The land
is entirely treed and undulating. Goodmans Creek at the rear of the
property, there is an uncompleted one bedroom weekender with
colour bond roof, the rest of the structure is at frame stage. Ideal choice
for those wanting space, privacy and a getaway from the hustle and
bustle.

Price: $450,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

BACCHUS MARSH 49 Lerderderg Street


Fresh interiors and high ceilings, rich polished timber flooring,
classic quality kitchen, private rear garden and a top location set
the scene for this character styled weatherboard home. With local
Cafes, Village Shopping Centre, and Rotary Park Reserve all only a
stroll away this 3 bedroom home is perfect, and offers a perfect
experience for young couples or downsizers, as well as an ideal
investment prospect.

26.02

6.00

23.50

32.02

BACCHUS MARSH 29 Wittick Street


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 12.00-12.30pm

Location,
Top Start,
YouTop
WillLocation
Love It!

44.18

Space,
Location,
Views
You&Will
Functionality
Love It! - NEW LISTING

BACCHUS MARSH 189 Halletts Way

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.

16.01

DARLEY 71 Cairns Drive

Standing in a class of its own in the popular Elms Estate, this


contemporary family homes offers the ultimate lifestyle retreat of
undeniable style and comfort. The floorplan reveals 3 generously
proportioned bedrooms all appointed with built in robes and the
master with a luxurious ensuite, high ceilings add a rich charm
and character to the open plan living, dining and gourmet kitchen
complete with quality appliances. Outdoors the resort like facilities are
perfect for outdoor dining and large scale entertaining.

Location,Fabulous
You Will Love
Family
It! Lifestyle - INSPECT SATURDAY

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MASONS VIEWS ESTATE

Masons Views Estate is situated in the heart of town, within minutes


to Primary
Prices starting
from $149,000
Mason's Views Estate is a boutique estate situated in the hear
Schools, Main Street Shops and Railway Station.
bustling town ous Marsh.
Contact: Len Smith 03 5367 8128 or 0418 343 754
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The estate has
outlook over a reserve.
The estate is unique
with
18 Lots available
ranging
from
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1200sqm.
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166 Main Street,
BACCHUS
MARSH
VIC
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Allotments range in size between 608m - 1,587m .
Saturda :00pm
Masons Views Estate is a perfect location to build your dream
Masons Views Estate
2:00 - 3 Oh so central, You will love it!

Phone: 5367 8128

Mobile: 0418 343 754

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 19

Arbee Real Estate


FOR SALE

1/13 Powlett Street, Bacchus Marsh


3

FOR SALE

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

Saturday 11th June 12.00-12.30pm


$339,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

84 Lawsons Road, Merrimu

FOR SALE

Saturday 11th June 1.00-1.30pm


$270,000
Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

1 Doolan Street, Bacchus Marsh

Your Own Farm Block

Great Family Home

This fantastic flat 2.2 Ha block of land complete with 3 bedroom


weatherboard house. The home is currently tenanted & the block is
surrounded by beautiful fertile market gardens. Ideally suited to the
horse enthusiast with plenty of room for stables, a round yard & your
own equestrian set up.

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
OFFICE
WEB

Saturday 11th June 10.00-10.30am


$560,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333

4/18 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh


1

FOR SALE

By appointment
$395,000-$420,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

1/21 Fredrick Street, Bacchus Marsh

Refurbished and Ready

Townhouse with views

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.

This townhouse provides low maintenance family living with the


luxury of a balcony across the front. Ground floor with lounge, meals/
family area & kitchen with gas cooktop & dishwasher. Upper level with
3 bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

Saturday 11th June 1.00-1.30pm


$249,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

118 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh


1

FOR SALE

Saturday 11th June 11.00-11.30am


$339,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

6/20 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh

Opportunity Is Knocking

Immaculate Unit, Great Location

This solid 3/4 bedroom home on a 885m2 corner block.


3 main bedrooms all have BIRs & the 4th is off a rumpus room at
the rear of the house. Large covered pergola area with nice brick
water feature.

Beautifully presented 2 bedroom unit. Large lounge,


excellent kitchen/meals area, heating & cooling. Bathroom with bath,
shower and vanity, separate laundry & WC. There is a private carport
and neat backyard.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

By appointment
$329,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

3 Grantleigh Drive, Bacchus Marsh


4

6 ACRES

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.

FOR SALE

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom & a single garage on a 302m2 block with its


own title. Ducted heating & there is split system a/c in the kitchen/
family room. Located in a quiet street, within walking distance to
Maddingley Park, Railway Station, Secondary College.

FOR SALE

Independent Living Unit

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE

FOR SALE

5/85 Simpson Street, Ballan

Brand New Townhouse

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

By appointment
$275,000
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

49 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh

A Home For The Whole Family

Close To Town, Great Views

4 bedroom + study home on a huge 1400m block. Lounge room with


gas fire in fireplace; hostess kitchen with meals/family area; huge
rumpus room with built-in-bar. Ducted heating & Evap Cooling.

Great family home of 3 bedrooms, large lounge, spacious meals area,


kitchen with gas stove, rangehood & dishwasher. Gas ducted heating
& 2 x Reverse cycle split system a/c. The double garage has a rolladoor
front and back, elevated rear deck area.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

By appointment
$580,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

30 Condons Lane, Bacchus Marsh


3

FOR SALE

By appointment
$379,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

16 Smiths Lane, Bacchus Marsh

Hobby Farm Close To Town

The Lifestyle Some Only Dream Of

Comfortable 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on approx. 6 acres. Wood


heater in the lounge & 2 reverse cycle split systems. 4 car carport/
pergola, 2 large sheds, several tanks, chook pen, and landscaped
gardens around the house and 2 paddocks.

Beautiful 3 bedroom home set on just over 3 acres. Generous sized


bedrooms, master with an ens & WIR. Open plan family/meals/
kitchen. Upstairs study/4th bedroom. 2 substantial sheds 18m x7.5m
& 12m x 7.5m. Equestrian area with all weather exercise yard.

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

INSPECT
FOR SALE
CONTACT
OFFICE
WEB

By appointment
$649,000
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

By appointment
Offers above $599,000
Peter Leonard 0475 888 101
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh Phone 5367 2333
arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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495 LONG FOREST ROAD, LONG FOREST

18 FITZROY STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

RESORT LIFESTYLE

Pristine home on 5 acres


Recently renovated with 4 bedrooms, 3 living areas.
Master suite with study, parents retreat, ensuite and walk in robes.
Solid timber kitchen with cesar stone benchtops.
Shedding and horse facilities, 2 stables with an attached tack room with own laundry.
Swimming pool and tennis court, plenty of room for a pony or dirt bikes.

SPIC AND SPAN AND READY TO GO

Private Sale: $810,000-$840,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 3.00-3.30pm
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $299,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 11.00-11.30am
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

1/1 CROMARTY CIRCUIT, BACCHUS MARSH

29 LA COTE ROAD, GREENDALE

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Suitable for first homebuyers grant and no owners corporation (ie ex Body Corporate)
Features include 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite. Large open plan living, kitchen and dining.
Family bathroom, laundry and toilet
Single garage with automatic door.
Includes floor coverings, blinds and curtains.
Split system air conditioner
Gas cook top and gas hot water service and under bench oven.
Front garden laid out.
Private Sale: $315,000
Inspect: Saturday 11th June 11.45-12.15pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

BRAND NEW, GREAT VALUE, SEPARATE TITLE

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

Three bedrooms, master with built in robes;


Attractive brick veneer home with original polished hardwood flooring;
Cosy loungeroom with a Vulcan gas heater and period style frosted glass sliding door;
Slate flooring to kitchen / meals area with lovely morning sun that streams in;
Freshly painted throughout with front and rear security doors; and
Double lock up garage, high fence; and
Close to shops, schools and sporting facilities
Split system air conditioning.

EXTRAORDINARY TREE CHANGE AWAITS

Majestic drive down the long winding driveway overlooking 6 acres (approx)
4 bedrooms, master with semi ensuite and built in robes
Extensive renovation including new floor coverings and window furnishings
Large central kitchen with double ovens overlooks the spacious dining and lounge area
Solid wood fire, ducted heating and split system cooling
3 paddocks with new electric fencing, 2 stables, dressage area, 2 bay shed and work shed
Easy one hour commute to Melbourne via train

Private Sale: $599,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June, 3.00-3.30pm
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

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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1 SIXTH MEWS, BACCHUS MARSH

23 BURBIDGE DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

NEW LISTING

NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN

Everything has been done for you.


Immaculate presentation.
Secluded garden area with established trees.
Large pergola area.
3 bedrooms with ensuite and WIR to master.
Living room, kitchen/ meals opens out to pergola area.
Double garage
Split system air conditioning, gas heating security doors.

NEAT AS A PIN

4 bedrooms, master with spacious walk in robe and ensuite


Free flowing modern kitchen/ meals area.
Large living area adjoining meals area and leading onto backyard with covered alfresco area
Ducted Vacuum, Alarm System, Video Intercom, Tinted Windows
Rear access through the double automatic garage.
Landscaped backyard with artificial lawn.

Private Sale: $312,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 1.15-1.45pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $393,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128
Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au

2/1 CROMARTY CIRCUIT, BACCHUS MARSH

150 LACOTE ROAD, GREENDALE

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

BRAND NEW, GREAT VALUE, SEPARATE TITLE


3 bedrooms (master with ensuite)
Large open plan living Kitchen dining
Family bathroom, laundry & toilet
Single garage with auto door
Includes floor coverings, blinds & curtains
Split system air conditioner
Gas cook top and gas HWS & under bench oven

Private Sale: $315,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 11.45-12.15pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

EXQUISITE DESIGN

Impressive master bedroom wing with ensuite, retreat and home office
Galley style kitchen
Separate library with built in floor to ceiling shelves
Polished concrete flooring with zoned slab heating
12 m long solar heated lap pool, adjoining gym with equipment included
20m internal courtyard/internal entertaining area
3kw solar system on 66 cent tariff feed
Colorbond Remote Lock up garage. Land size Approx 4 acres
Private Sale: $945,000
Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

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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4 CRESWICK AVENUE, EYNESBURY

74 MORTONS ROAD, BACCHUS MARSH

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

NEW LISTING

EYNESBURY AT ITS FINEST YET AFFORDABLE

36 squares (approx.) of stunning quality contemporary design, 4 bedroom home;


Stunning fascade with full length timber decked veranda;
Superb master with 6 door built-in-robe & en-suite with double shower and vanity;
Other bedrooms with double mirrored built-in-robes, great size;
Open plan family area offset by wonderful designer chefs kitchen;
Ducted heating & cooling, 9 ceilings, large power room, study;
Double remote garage with internal access;
Double doors open to sundeck and open to the under roofline alfresco; and
6m x 4m workshop with power on slab and with air compressor links.

SERENE ACRES FIVE MINUTES TO MAIN STREET

Auction: Saturday 25th June 2016 @ 11:00am


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 3.45-4.15pm
Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128
Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $519,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 11.00-11.30am
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

1/2 TURNER STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

41 CONNOR STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

NEW LISTING

2 Bedrooms and close to all the town has to offer.


Large light filled lounge with plush new carpets and quality furnishings.
Air conditioner and space heater.
Large new kitchen
Separately titled including car space.
Private courtyard with garden shed and vegie patch.
Bedrooms with new carpets and freshly painted.

Private Sale: $319,000


Inspect: Saturday 11th June 1.15-1.45pm
Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

WONDERFULLY RENOVATED PERFECT LOCATION

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

16 (Approx) glorious acres


Home built by owner 36 years ago.
3 large bedrooms, large family dining room, separate lounge or music room
Timber ceilings, leadlighting, hickory floorboards, pot belly heater
Split system
Large veranda with spectacular views.
Town water, water tanks and dams, grey water system.
Chicken pens, milking shed, workshop and perimeter fencing.

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING COMBINED

Large indoor/ outdoor living combined in a private, secure setting


Secure corner allotment
Spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living room
Huge covered, paved courtyard
3 bedrooms with ensuite to master and built in robes to other 2
Separate study, family bathroom, laundry and garden shed
Double garage
Ducted gas heating and split system air conditioner
Private Sale: $423,000
Inspect: Saturday 11th June 12.30-1.00pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

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
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
FOR LEASE
Lots 77, 78, 79 Halletts Way,
Darley (Corner of Links Road)

We put you rst


1/9 KENNEDY PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH
2 SOLD, 1 LEFT

Adjoining a state of the art child care centre


Land Area 2277 sqm approx
Building built to your requirements for a
long term lease by Exclusive Homes Award Winning builders.
Suitable for (subject to council Approval)
Medical Centre
Dentists Surgery
Doctors Surgery
Chiropractors

BRAND NEW TILT SLAB WAREHOUSE

Warehouse area of 346sqm


Mezzanine area 50sqm
Greet clients or set up an office in 24sqm showroom area
Car parking spaces available for staff or customers
Available for immediate occupation

For more information


Call Graeme Rayner
0417 559 945 or 5366 3600

Private Sale: $485,000


Inspect: Thursday 9th June 3.30-4.00pm
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

60 GRANT STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

8 GRANT STREET, BACCHUS MARSH

INVESTMENT FREEHOLD

SUPERB RENTAL LOCATION

Private Sale: $550,000


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Private Sale: $999,999


Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Leased to 16th May, 2016


Rental $33996 per annum including GST
Outgoings paid by tenant.
Title Dimensions 14.92mx 41.61m
Shop and storeroom area 280sqm approx.
Zoning - Mixed Use

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

175 Main Street


Bacchus Marsh

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

Land and buildings only being offered for sale.


Planning permit for a 2 Lot subdivision property
Land Area 1290sqm
Zoned Commercial 1
Building Area 407 sqm

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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1 VALENTINE COURT, BALLAN

87 SHUTER AVENUE, GREENDALE

PRICE REDUCED

MOVE IN NOTHING TO DO

3 bedrooms, study, ensuite, 2 living areas, bathroom, laundry & wide hallway
Double garage (with auto door & direct access into house)
Attractive kitchen with a 900mm gas stove, dishwasher & double pantry
Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum system,
solar/gas HWS
Large covered outside entertaining area with U.V. blinds, carport, garden
shed and access into the backyard
819m2 block all the lawns and gardens are established

Private Sale: $437,000


Inspect: Sat 11th June 2:00-2:30pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

29 BANK STREET, BALLAN

ALPINE INSPIRED. A FOR CHARACTER

2 Acres with outstanding views and a dam


2 levels with timber features
Kitchen/dining and separate lounge
Huge Master bedroom plus 2 other bedrooms
Central bathroom with clawfoot bath and separate shower
Covered entertaining area

Private Sale: $455,000


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

26 HOGAN ROAD, BALLAN


OPEN FOR INSPECTION

GRAND FAMILY RESIDENCE

Set on Acre (approx.)


Federation style 4 bedroom home & study, ensuite & walk-in robe to master
Formal Entry, Formal Lounge & Dining
Period style Ceiling Roses, High Ceilings and Heritage tiles
Modern Kitchen with Island Breakfast bench and Meals area
Large family room with wood heater, leading to alfresco decked area with spa
Evaporative cooling, gas central heating, double garage/workshop, new rear
fencing and double garden shed

Private Sale: $525,000


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

STYLISH AND VERY COMFORTABLE

Large Open Plan living room with beautiful hardwood oors


3 Bdrs all with large robes, en-suite featuring a dbl size shower
Stylish kitchen, 900mm stove, dishwasher, island bench & large butlers pantry
Spacious laundry
Main bathroom with a spa bath
Gas ducted heating, reverse cycle cooling
Double carport, 830sqm block with rear access, spacious rear yard,
landscaped front yard

Private Sale: $395,000


Inspect: Sat 11th June 1:151:45pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

6 STANLEY STREET, GORDON

13 SPENCER RD, BALLAN

46 STEIGLITZ STREET, BALLAN

COUNTRY VIEWS 2284m2

EXTENDED FAMILY

BIG BLOCK CENTRAL LOCATION HIGH QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS

NEW LISTING

Wow! In ever popular Gordon Now even more so.


Corner 1/2 acre block
3 big spacious bedrooms with BIRs to all
Kitchen/dining and separate lounge
2 way toilet and bathroom
Study to rear of garage
Marvellous garden setting
Private Sale: $370,000
Inspect: Friday 10th June 4:004:30pm
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus
Rayner
0418 556 699

Julie
Archon
0422 412 964

BIG RESIDENCE, plus separate accommodation ideal


for Gran, studio or work from home
6 bedrooms, 4 in main residence and 2 in the studio
Master has en-suite and walk in robe
2 generous living areas
Modern and tasteful kitchen/dining area with access to
covered out-door area
Double garage for high vehicles
Huge 1029m2 block with River Valley outlook
Private Sale: $499,000
Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Mark
Davis
0458 224 405

132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets


Ballan

Melonie
Winch
0408 675 011

On a BIG 905m2 block (approx.)


Access for caravan or trailers
3 excellent sized bedrooms, built in robes
2 living areas (formal entry), kitchen/dining, features
plantation shutters throughout, evaporative cooling,
ducted central heating
Outdoor covered B.B.Q. area
Large double garage (Power)
Solar Panels
Private Sale: $367,000
Inspect: Sat 7th May 12:451:15pm
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

SOLD

Graeme
Rayner
0417 559 945

raynerrealestate.com.au

Adam
Tucci
0411 077 128

15 EDOLS STREET, BALLAN


PRICE REDUCED

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
Private Sale: $419,000
Inspect: Sat 11th June 11:30am12:00pm
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

Mark
Dudley
0409 954 396

Rod
Grant
0416 231 782

5368 1057

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

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RENT

Independent Living
Feel Safe & Secure
with Peace
of Mind!

Outstanding Value! Dare To Compare!!


Cost per week is $267.30* This includes
the rent & ALL MEALS 7 days a week.
Yes, you can live in a beautifully
appointed & fully furnished one
bedroom unit in a pet friendly gated
community & have meals prepared for
you fresh daily.
Breakfast provisions are provided for
you at no extra cost & that is incredible
value of 21 meals per week.
NO frozen meals & closed kitchen, our
kitchen and dining room are open 7
days per week.

External council services


visit our facility

every day with many options available to
ensure your medical and personal care
needs are met.

FEEL SAFE & SECURE WITH PEACE OF

Own
your home from $139,950 with
MIND!
NO Deferred Management Fees
Own your home from $139,950 with no Deferred

BUY

Financial Freedom

Amazing value enabling


you to obtain nancial
Management
Fees

Live
Here for
Amazing value enabling you to obtain financial security from your home sale!
Unit
4 is located in a prime position only metres
away from the communal building. We have a
You will retire in style knowing you have security and modern comforts rarely afforded in other community
per week*
variety of units available in various locations, just
living facilities at this price & small pets are welcome!
make a call for a no obligation inspection.

security from your home sale!

$175

Unit
4 iscomprise
located inofthe
facilities prime
position only
metres away from the communal building We have a
Units
a beautifully
appointed
spacious
variety
of units
available
in various
locations,
just make
call for acycle
no obligation
inspection
bedroom,
fully
functional
kitchenette,
lounge
area,a reverse
air

conditioner/heater and your own private courtyard.


Units
beautifully
spaciousstaff
bedroom,
fully functional
kitchenette, lounge area, reverse
Feel comprise
safe andasecure
withappointed
full time on-site
in a gated
community
cycle
air conditioner/heater
and your own private courtyard
& small
pets are welcome!

All meals are provided & freshly prepared onsite daily.


Bacchus Marsh has excellent public transport links & offers a large
range of amenities such as a local hospital, medical centres, pathology
clinics, optometry, Xray facilities, chemists, speciality shops, a large
local shopping centre & a range of restaurants.

Your home - Your life Your choice

Feel free to make a no obligation enquiry

Call Dee to discuss your needs: 0433 798 023

96 Gisborne Rd, Bacchus Marsh


www.bacchusmarshretirementliving.com

*Rent assistance of $130.40 per fortnight is paid above this gure Full fees are $665 per fortnight (less rent assistance if applicable)
Rent assistance & fees subject to change *Owner occupiers pay $175 per week plus outgoings.

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AIR CONDITIONING
AIRCONDITIONING
SALES, SERVICE
INSTALLATIONS
Authorised by
The Australian
Refrigeration Council

RTA 34822

0411 649 321


53686363

Email: inquiries@frigworks.com.au

ANTENNAS

ANTENNAS

EXPRESS ANTENNAS

Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas


Digital Ready Antennas
Digital Set Top Boxes
Amplifiers
TV & VCR Tuning
Extra Points
All Work Guaranteed
Pensioner Discount
Mob: 0417 711 712

7 Days
Ph: 5367 5857

AUTOMOTIVE

AUTOMOTIVE

Qualied and experienced mechanics


Log book servicing
Tyre supply & puncture repairs
Brake replacement including inhouse machining
Oils, lters, coolants available for purchase
VACC accredited
24/7 breakdown towing available

AUTOMOTIVE

AUTOMOTIVE

BJ AUTOMATICS
Automatic
Transmission Specialist
28 Corbett St, Ballarat
Ph: 5331 3855
Mob: 0447 313 855

CAR RV TRUCK TYRES


SPECIALIST BALANCING
BATTERIES & ALIGNMENT

Regional Tyre Service

115 Inglis Street Ballan


Proud supporter of the
Ph 5368 1968
Mob 0409 212
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

Concreting,
Brick &
Cobblestone
Paving
Call Peter
0412 241 625

*Shed Slabs *Exposed


*Coloured Concrete *Slate
*Plain Concrete *Stencil

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


Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Tile, Grout, Windows, Concrete,
Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing

Senior
discou
nt

QUALIFIED

CARPCIET
AN
TECHNI

Harley 0497 254 763

CONCRETING

All areas

www.greendalecleaning.com.au

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


www.keemin.com.au

REC 5096

ENGINEERING
- Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
- Hydraulic What
Hoseseverybody
& 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


inglis_02@hotmail.com

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

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

FENCING

FENCING

FENCING

GARDENING

FENCING & HANDYMAN

PREMIER FENCING

GARDEN
SERVICES

Chain Mesh/
Industrial and Domestic
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
Pensioner
Discounts

Rubbish
Removal

Small Tree Trimming


& Removal
General Garden and
House Maintenance
Gutter Cleaning
FREE QUOTES

Brad: 0427 725 192

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 Aordable 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

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 27

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

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
Renovations Bathroom Kitchens
General Carpentry Pergolas Decks
Roofing Retaining Walls Tiling Painting Plaster
Bobcat & Tipper Hire Programmed property maintenance

MN10071G

SHORCANE CONSTRUCTIONS

SECURITY

Video Intercoms / CCTV Installations

Video Intercoms
CCTV Systems Alarm Systems
Competitive Prices
Quality Work Guaranteed

Big or small jobs - Guaranteed and Insured

shorcane@gmail.com

Ray 0419 544 332

PO Box 250 Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

LAND
SURVEYOR

BALLAN AND
DISTRICT TOWING

Ph: 0409 689 566

Including accident towing

KN162880

JAMES WALSH

SMASH REPAIRS

Septic Tank
Ivers
Cleaning
Liquid
Service
Grease Traps Waste
Septic Tanks
Triple Interceptors
Industrial Waste

TOWN PLANNERS

Ballan & District


Storage

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

SEPTIC CLEANING

Email: ct197269@gmail.com

TOWING

FROM only $50 per month.

PH: 5368 2640

Hayden Ivers
Mob: 0419 400 025
Ph: (03) 5367 3016

SURVEYOR

NOW accepting Boats,


Caravans, Trailers,
Trucks, Buses

reg 20152

Mob: 0423 544 568

STORAGE

Title Boundary Surveys


Adverse Possession and
Title Application Surveys
Subdivisions
Feature and Contour Plans

PH: 0427 502 760

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

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

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

TRANSPORT

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TREE REMOVAL

TREE REMOVAL

TREE REMOVAL &


STUMP GRINDING
Tree Trimming & Felling
Stump Removal
Mulching Service
Fully Insured
Phone Allan Fenwick
0447 000 740

STONEMASON

Phone Doug: 5368 6487


Mobile: 0423 001 329
Reliable and Professional

MN02304G2

WATER

Spring Water

Tanks,
Pools,
Stock,
Gardens,
Everything!

Sash cords $99


Spiral balances $150
Call Ben:
0411 398 000

0437 96 00 34

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

WILSON
MEMORIALS

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

WINDOW REPAIRS

All window
repairs

DANGEROUS TREES
& LIMBS REMOVED
LIMITED ACCESS
SPECIALISTS

FUNERALS

Classifieds

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

STOCKFEED
25kg bag
Oaten Chaff $15
Lucerne Chaff $24
Oats $15
Barley $14
Wheat $14
Phone orders
0429 017 802 (Laurie)

REDGUM
FIREWOOD
All areas
Phone
5368 9066

WANTED TO BUY

CASH WOOL
BUYER

Get ready for


Winter!

EMPLOYMENT

IN MEMORIAM

FOR SALE

CLAIRVOYANT

ANDERSON, Max
Shirley Anderson and
family wish to thank
everyone for their
condolences and kind
thoughts, following the
recent passing of Max.
All the support we have
received has been a great
comfort at this sad time.

PRIME, Kim Allen


4/11/1951 - 10/6/2015
A year has gone but it
seems like only yesterday.
Forever missed and
lovingly remembered
every day.
Treasuring the wonderful
memories.
Love from Marilyn.

FRESH SEASONAL VEGETABLES


Mt Egerton
Beetroot, Marrow, Tomato, Egg Plant, Carrots,
Parsnip, Squash, Zucchini, Cucumber, Koharbi,
Lettuce, Capsicum, Honey & Preserves

CLAIRVOYANT

Cnr Gordon/Egerton Rd & McIntosh Lane


5368 9476 / 0408 778 680

FUNERALS

LIVESTOCK
150 years of service to the
Shires of Hebpurn and Moorabool
& surrounds.
Pre-paid & Pre-planned
funerals available

DAYLESFORD. 3460

Available Tuesday

L L ET S
U
P

Andrew Nuske andinfo@vereyfuneraldirectors.com


Alica Kay
14th June
24 Bridport Street, Daylesford
Crossroads Trading, Ballan
info@vereyfuneraldirectors.com
9.30am 5368 1199 to order.
ALL HOURS

5348 2762

5348 2762 ALL


HOURS
Individual
and Personal Goodbyes.
Individual and Personal Goodbyes

FUNERALS

PAT CASHIN

FUNERALS
1114 Doveton St. Nth,
Ballarat

Ph: 5333 3911


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TAROT READINGS

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Phone Marlene

0409 445 287

Phone
5368 9066

Restaurant Manager
required for our new
functions venue
Previous experience
required
Send resume to

theplough.weddings@gmail.com

EMPLOYMENT

COMMERCIAL CROSSBREDS
Vaccinated
12 weeks (Black, Isa Brown)
$17.00 each

LAYER

Nuske
Alicia Kay
150 years of service to the Shires ofAndrew
Hepburn
andand
Moorabool
OFFICE : 24 BRIDPORT STREET
& Surrounds. Pre-paid & Pre-planned funerals available.

CHIMNEY
SWEEP

Shed clean ups


We come to you
Contact Andrew Clarke
0409 511 739
AK Logistics Pty Ltd

BEREAVEMENT THANKS

OUR VEGETABLES ARE ONLY SOLD BY US AT


WEEKEND MARKETS OR FROM OUR FARM

CHIMNEY SWEEP

Bacchus Marsh Farm Supplies


8.00am 5366 0600 to order.

HC DRIVER SEMI Tipper wanted


Must have 18 speed R/R,
Minimum 5 years hc driving
and quarries experience.
Working 2 to 3 days per week.
Need Vic road print out.
9467 5933
PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

BALLAN (NEW) CEMETERY TRUST


The Ballan (New) Cemetery Trust is seeking
expressions of interest from suitably qualified
members of the community who would be
interested in serving on the trust.
Cemetery trust members are appointed by the
Governor in Council and are responsible to the
Minister for Health for the proper and efficient
management of public cemeteries under the
control of the trust.
The appointment to the Ballan (New) Cemetery
Trust is honorary and will be for a term of up
to 5 years. Current and previous cemetery trust
members may apply for reappointment as part
of a competitive selection process.
To register your interest, please contact
the Secretary of the trust by writing to
The Secretary, Ballan (New) Cemetery Trust,
PO Box 46, Ballan VIC 3342 or telephoning
the Secretary on 0427 776 165.
The Victorian Government is committed
to ensuring that government boards and
committees reflect the composition of the
Victorian community. This includes appropriate
representation of women, regional Victorians,
Aboriginal people, young Victorians, people from
culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
and people with disability.

ZO611117

Water Act 1989


NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO ABOLISH THE BUNGAREE
WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION AREA
The Minister for Water gives notice under section 27 (4)
(a) of the Water Act 1989 of the proposal to abolish the
Bungaree Water Supply Protection Area (WSPA).
The development of a statutory management plan for the
Bungaree WSPA is no longer considered necessary as there
is a cap on licence extractions, extractions are metered and
there is a monitoring regime in place. The Bungaree WSPA
is currently managed by a local management plan and
this is considered more appropriate as it provides a more
flexible, efficient and effective way to clarify water-sharing
arrangements.
The proposed action will see the Bungaree WSPA becoming
a groundwater management area and would allow for
permanent transfers to occur. This proposal does not alter
the permissible consumptive volume. The Bungaree WSPA
is currently fully allocated so no new groundwater licences
can be issued.
A map of the Bungaree WSPA (reference LGL./97-224) and
the details of the permissible consumptive volume can be
inspected at www.srw.com.au or during business hours at
Southern Rural Water, 88 Johnson Street, Maffra.
Submissions about the proposed abolition of the Bungaree
WSPA are invited. Any submissions should be lodged by
12 July 2016 and addressed:
Proposed abolition of the Bungaree Water Supply
Protection Area,
Attention: C
 hris Hughes
Acting General Manager Groundwater & Rivers
Southern Rural Water
PO Box 153, Maffra, Victoria 3860
For further information contact Chris Hughes at Southern
Rural Water on 1300 139 510.

Sport

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 7 June, 2016 Page 29

Bacchus Marsh Soccer

Results - Round 10
Under 13s Open
Bye
Under 15s Open
Bye
Under 16 Girls Metro
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Barnstoneworth United
(4). Goal - Ailish Stanley
Seniors Div 1
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat(3)
Goals - Kevin Langan (1)
Under 11s Gold
The junior Scorpions Under 11 Gold team
played very well with lots of movement and
passing between the players.
They played against a team who are just
starting out this season and it gave them a
chance to show their skills.
OFF & RUNNING At the start line for the Under 11 & 2km event

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

The Centre Cross Country meet was held at Rupert Vance Moon Reserve
at Bacchus Marsh on Saturday morning. The new venue provided some
very fast times, as the athletes took advantage of a flat, fast course. Races
were held around the Reserves gravel paths and along the Lerderderg
River.

This weekend BMLAC families will be travelling up the Hume Highway


to participate in the Benalla Cross Country Open Day. This event is now a permanent meet
on the Centre calendar. Whilst a majority of the athletes will be competing, many parents
will also take part in the adult races, endeavouring to assist the Centre in winning back the
Benalla Perpetual Trophy.
Early bird entries close this Wednesday for the Region Cross Country Championships to
be held on Saturday 25th June at Geelong Baptist College, Lovely Banks. This event is only
available to registered Under 9-15 athletes. Enter via the link on the Centre website www.
bacchusmarshlittleathletics.org.au

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BARBIE town house with
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BASIN Bathroom vanity basin,
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BBQ 2 burner & kettle burner


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BED Queen bed head with 2


bedside cabinets VGC $50 - 0411
632 512
BED Single Pine Slat Bed with
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BED KS bed with mattress, EC


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ono - 0431 194 717

BED HEAD Single pine bed with


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632 512
BEDROOM Dresser, Polished
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BEDSIDE tables, Matching &


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BLINDS (3) green shadecloth roll
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BOOKS (55) Sweet Valley High,


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524
BOOKSHELVES Polished dark
stained wood. EC $100 0438 047
396

BREADMAKER Sunbeam GC
$35 0411 322 726

CABINET Corner TV cabinet


with glass leadlight doors, EC $80
ono - 0431 194 717
CAGE for transporting Cats,
Medium Size, GC, $30. Ph:
0424930653
CARAVAN COVER 14-16, new
in box $50 - 0417 433 774
CAT cage, or small dog $20 0420
820 117
CHAINSAW,
Ryobi,
driven, Hardly used. $90

Petrol

COUCH, 3 seater, red leather,


very good condition, $100 9743
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COUCH 2 seater, blue, Freedom


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5310 6351
DESK solid wood with drawers
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DESK computer black/grey


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664

DESK Old school desk with lift


up lid $50 - 0416 027 036

DOG crate, steel mesh, collapsible,


GC, $40 - 0419 785 896

DOORS (4) interior, white ,


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318 164
DRESSING table, Teal, 6 drawers
large mirror, EC $100 5367 4814
ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannica set
EC - $100 ono. 0431 194 717

EXERCISE Cross trainer GC $60


0437 318 431
EXERCISE Ab workout rider,
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FAN 3 speed electric fan, 2ft high
- $25 Ph: 0424930653

FIREPLACE Companion Set Attractive antique 4 piece set (no


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FISH/reptile tank, very thick
glass, approx. 3ft long, $100 ono
- 0409 688 825

FITNESS EQUIPMENT Barbells


weights (4) Avanti 10kg 30mm
centres. $20 lot 5310 6671

FRIDGE Ideal Beer fridge very


cold, no longer used. FREE 5367
5291

GRILL Homemaker Electric


Barbeque Grill, brand new never
used $60 - 0411 560 121

HOOVER
Hurricane
Plus
Vacuum Cleaner VGC $90 - 0411
560 121

STRETCHERS (2) Wild Country


camp stretchers, used once $70
lot - 0413 421 380

KNITTING YARN, 5,8,12 ply, wool


and wool blend, assorted colors,
1000 gms $30. Ph: 0412869304

TABLE Dressing Table, Queen


Anne, GC. $100 ono - 0408 675
383

KIDS Mega Bloks bundle, 100s of


blocks, $100 lot - 0409 688 825

STROLLER EC cost $100 sell $20


0420 820 117

LIGHTS (10) circular glass, flush


ceiling $50 lot 0418 318 164

TABLET ACER, Model Iconia As


new condition, 8 screen $100 53675124

MATTRESS King size double


mattress, posturepedic, good
condition $50 ONO 0400 531 857

MOVIE Posters (7), Seven Dwarfs


double sided, $20 lot 5367 2916
ORGAN electric Yamaha $50
0437 318 431

PRAM
GC,
convertible,
accessories incl. $40 - 0408 597
604
PUPPET Freestanding reversible
puppet theatre/shop $30 - 0416
027 036
RAMPS, Truck/Car, Heavy Duty.
EC $80

SCHOOL
UNIFORM
BMG
Cardigan size 80 cm (10) New
Logo $55 - 0419 161 063
SHOES Basketball Kids size 5US
23.5cm Michael Jordan EC $40
0439 130 524

TOYS
KIDS
Plastic
Toy
Dinosaurs. Large Bag. $10 lot 0430 378 253
TRAMPOLINE, personal keep fit
exercise trampoline, $40 5367
2916

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Ballarat Football/Netball League


Ballarat Football/Netball League
Results Round 7

Ballarat
Football/Netball
League
Results Round
7
Club Round 7
Results

Ballarat Football League


Results - Round 7

Seniors
Lake Wendouree 12.10 (82) def Bacchus Marsh 7.19 (61)
Redan 11.15 (81) def Ballarat 7.7 (49)
North Ballarat City 25.19 (169) def Melton 4.4 (28)
Sunbury 21.19 (145)def Sebastopol 2.3 (15)
Reserves
Lake Wendouree 13.4 (82) def Bacchus Marsh 10.5 (65)
Redan 12.12 (84) def Ballarat 7.5 (47)
Melton 9.16 (70) def North Ballarat City 8.12 (60)
Sunbury 12.11 (83) def Sebastopol 5.4 (34)
Under 18.5s
Bacchus Marsh 12.12 (84) def Lake Wendouree 5.4 (34)
Redan 10.6 (66) def Ballarat 6.6 (42)
North Ballarat City 15.18 (108)def Melton 7.3 (45)
Sunbury 23.24 (162)def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
Youth Girls - Round 5
Darley 7.3 (45)def Mcdfnl 1.9 (15)
Lake Wendouree 6.10 (46) def North Ballarat 1.3 (9)
Ararat 20.16 (136)def Bacchus Marsh 2.2 (14)
Redan 24.24 (168)def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
Gisborne 11.26 (92)def Creswick 0.0 (0)
Results Round 8
U/16.5 Seniors
Ballarat 8.12 (60) def Redan 8.11 (59)
North Ballarat 11.12 (78)def Bacchus Marsh 9.1 (55)
East Point 19.13 (127)def Darley 5.6 (36)
Lake Wendouree 9.15 (69)def Mount Clear 7.7 (49)
U/16.5 Reserves
Redan 8.11 (59) def Ballarat 3.9 (27)
Darley 6.8 (44) def East Point 6.5 (41)
Lake Wendouree 19.13 (127)def Mount Clear 1.2 (8)
U/14 Seniors
Ballarat 10.4 (64) def Redan 5.7 (37)
Bacchus Marsh 22.13 (145) def Sebastopol 0.1 (1)
Darley 6.6 (42) def North Ballarat5.7 (37)
Lake Wendouree 8.9 (57)def Mount Clear 5.2 (32)
U/14 Reserves
Redan 6.2 (38) def Ballarat 3.4 (22)
Bacchus Marsh 19.13 (127) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
North Ballarat 13.6 (84)def Darley 1.3 (9)
Mount Clear 5.9 (39) def Lake Wendouree 2.4 (16)
U/12 Seniors
Redan 5.7 (37) def Ballarat 2.2 (14)
Bacchus Marsh 5.8 (38)def Sebastopol 4.2 (26)
North Ballarat 5.8 (38) def Darley 3.6 (24)
Mount Clear 5.6 (36) def Lake Wendouree 2.2 (14)
U/12 Reserves
Redan 2.5 (17)def Ballarat 2.1 (13)
Sebastopol 4.5 (29) def Bacchus Marsh 2.3 (15)
North Ballarat 4.5 (29) def Darley 0.0 (0)
Mount Clear 7.3 (45)def Lake Wendouree 0.0 (0)

Bacchus Marsh
Club
Lake Wendouree
Bacchus
Ballarat Marsh
Lake
RedanWendouree
Ballarat
Nth Ballarat City
Redan
Melton
Nth
Ballarat City
Sunbury
Melton
Sebastopol
Sunbury
Sebastopol

Results Round 8

30
A
55
30
28
55
38
28
60
38
35
60
34
35
52
34
52

Results Round 8

Results Round 8
Club
17&U
Sen
Club
17&U
Ballarat
Redan
Ballarat
Darley
Redan
Nth Ballarat City
Darley
Mt Clear
Nth
City
LakeBallarat
Wendouree
Mt
Clear
Sebastopol
Lake
Wendouree
Bacchus
Marsh
Sebastopol
Bacchus Marsh

11

Sen
27
11
41
27
41
41
16
41
34
16
23
34
47
23
47

36
B
32
36
43
32
35
43
59
35
20
59
52
20
21
52
21

26
C
28
26
32
28
21
32
21
21
22
21
52
22
16
52
16

17&U
Res
17&U

15&U
Sen
15&U

11
36
26
44
36
12
44
35
12
24
35
24
24
24

16
10
31
36
10
17
36
28
17
15
28
38
15
38

11

Res
26

16

Sen
31

10
D
35
10
25
35
8
25
41
8
16
41
27
16
15
27
15

FOOTBALL
U/10 Seniors
GOALS Ned Loft 1, Deacon Fawcett, Seth
Fawcett
AWARDS Lachlan Bartolo, Kai Beattie,
Deacon Fawcett, Ned Loft.
U/10 Reserves
GOAL Jack Watson 1
AWARDS Rhys Younger, Elias McEwan,
Chaz Jones, Jack Watson, Adam Harbright,
Jock Mauriks, Tyler Blackwell.
U/10 Development
AWARDS Landyn Doig, Billy Ferella, Connor McBride, Luke Prior, Jack Moore, Kai
Watkins.
U/12 Seniors
Darley 3-6-24 lost North Ballarat 5-8-38
GOALS Joel Freeman 1, Aaron Cadman,
Rudie Forde.
U/12 Reserves
Darley 0-0-0 lost North Ballarat 4-5-29
AWARDS Aidyn Bartolo, Jay Ferella, Kade
Champness, Charlie Tucker, Joshua Di Meri,
Ben James, Leonard Verhare, Wade Dickson,
Kristian Williams, Keegan Zielecki.
U/14 Seniors
Darley 6-6-42 def North Ballarat 5-7-37
GOALS- Rylan Tanner 2, Jett Fuller 1, Josh
Arnold, Trae Van Leth, Ty Closter.
U/14 Reserves
Darley 1-3-9 lost North Ballarat 13-6-84
GOAL Jyson Fawcett 1.

30

19&U
33
30
16
33
29
16
31
29
27
31
15
27
26
15
26

15&U 13&U 13&U


Res 13&U
Sen 13&U
Res
15&U
31
22
13
Res
Sen
Res
2
14
6
31
19
2
30
19
4
30
38
4
13
38
18
13
18

Darley Junior Fnc

Results Round 8 v Nth Ballarat

BFL Ladder

19&U

22
8
14
54
8
8
54
44
8
23
44
16
23
16

13
5
6
47
5
1
47
32
1
6
32
16
6
16

U/16.5 Seniors
Darley 5-6-36 lost Ballarat 19-13-127
GOALS - Tom Presnell 2, Dimitri Lambris 1,
Bryce Stephenson, Blake Colley.
U/16.5 Reserves
Darley 6-8-44 def North Ballarat 6-5-41
GOALS Darcy Matricardi 2, James Higgins, Lachlan Ratowski 1, Blake Seggie.
Youth Girls
Darley 7-3-45 def Maryborough 1-9-15
GOALS Abbi Bolt 3, Leah Thorburn 1, Emily Robertson, Vharlee Macpherson, Maddy
James.
NETBALL
U/11 Seniors
AWARDS Addison Wright, Macey OHehir.
U/11 Reserves
AWARDS Jasmine Black, Sienna Dugan.
U/13 Seniors
Darley 8 lost North Ballarat 54
AWARDS Lilli Condon, Britney Ellis, Imogen Farrugia.
U/13 Reserves
Darley 5 lost North Ballarat 47
AWARDS Hollee Iredale, Jacinta Spinner,
Isabella Di Meri.
U/15 Seniors
Darley 10 lost North Ballarat 36
AWARDS Jaimee Smith.
U/15 Reserves
Darley 19 lost North Ballarat 30
AWARDS Eliza Harris
U/17 Seniors
Darley 41 drew North Ballarat 41
AWARDS Maddy McGill, Abbey Solomon
U/17 Reserves
Darley 36 lost North Ballarat 44
AWARDS Georgia Lane, Olivia Mills

BFL Top Goal Kickers


Seniors
Damian Cupido
Bacchus Marsh................ 23
Cameron Richardson Bacchus Marsh.................17
Alec Del Papa
Bacchus Marsh................ 15
Reserves
Jackson Kinna
Mitchell Suban
Tony Castrignano

Redan .............................. 14
Bacchus Marsh.................14
Bacchus Marsh.................11

Under 18.5s
Jacob Bygate
Lachlan Marshall

Sunbury ........................... 28
Bacchus Marsh.................17

Youth Girls
Jessica Bokma
Abbi Bolt

Redan .............................. 35
Darley .............................. 13

U/16.5 Seniors
Callum Mc Kay
Jack Hehir
Zak Butters

Lake Wendouree.............. 30
Bacchus Marsh ............... 13
Darley .............................. 13

U/16.5 Reserves
Christopher Reed
U/14 Seniors
Cody Charters
Rylan Tanner
Mace Cousins

Redan ............................. 23
Ballarat ............................ 19
Darley ................................ 8
Bacchus Marsh...................8

U/14 Reserves
Kacee Hamilton
Cooper McIntosh

North Ballarat City............19


Bacchus Marsh...................9

U/12 Seniors
Jude McGuire
Brady Wright
Ethan McKercher
Bayley Bishop

North Ballarat City .......... 17


Darley ................................ 9
Bacchus Marsh.................. 6
Bacchus Marsh.................. 6

U/12 Reserves
Blake Kelly
Redan ................................ 5
Spencer Matautia
Bacchus Marsh...................3
Vincent Weatherhead Bacchus Marsh...................3
Kristian Williams
Darley ................................ 3

Ballan Golf Club

Results - Week ending Saturday 4 June


Wednesday Stableford
Winner - Bob Arklay 38 points,
R/up David Blythe 33 points.
Magpie - 14th Chris Tudor
NTP - 15th Bob Arklay.
Saturday- Stroke - Monthly Medal
A Grade - Winner Frank Raffaele 75-9-66
on c/b from Ian Godkin 79-13-66.
B Grade -Winnerof MedalGlen Herring 87-27-60,
R/upLes Martin79-16-63.
NTPs - 2nd Anthony Moore, 12th David Blythe,
15thDavid Blythe.
Magpies -14thBob Arklay, 18thFrank Raffaele.

Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 Lake Wendouree.....163.21 28
2 Sunbury...................184.92 24
3 Bacchus Marsh.........163.93 20
4 Nth Ballarat City........153.86 20
5 Redan.........................118.16 16
6 Melton........................ 91.78 16
7 East Point...................118.14 12
8 Darley........................ 96.73 12
9 Ballarat.......................55.09 12
10Sebastopol.................. 51.03 8
11Melton South...............38.69 0
Reserves
1 Redan...................... 308.64 28
2 East Point.................. 180.13 24
3 Sunbury................... 253.62 20
4 Sebastopol................125.78 20
5 Lake Wendouree......109.71 20
6 Bacchus Marsh.........153.89 16
7 Darley........................ 94.87 16
8 Melton.......................86.00 16
9 Ballarat.........................36.72 4
10Nth Ballarat City..........35.83 4
11Melton South...............25.82 0
Under 18.5s
1 East Point..................214.34 28
2 Redan........................262.28 24
3 Bacchus Marsh.........165.90 24
4 North Ballarat City....181.20 20
5 Melton.......................105.96 16
6 Darley.........................84.44 16
7 Ballarat.......................70.43 12
8 Lake Wendouree.......65.26 12
9 Melton South................75.28 8
10Sunbury......................100.21 4
11Sebastopol.................. 14.14 4
Youth Girls
1 Redan...................... 3078.95 20
2 Lake Wendouree.....1357.89 20
3 Ararat........................478.72 16
4 Darley........................462.50 16
5 Gisborne...................168.00 12
6 North Ballarat..............100.00 8
7 Mcdfnl.........................83.68 8
8 Melton Centrals...........58.72 8
9 Bacchus Marsh............38.72 4
10East Point....................36.30 4
11Sebastopol................... 7.490
12Creswick......................0.880
U/16.5 Seniors
1 East Point.................185.68 28
2 Lake Wendouree......167.22 28
3 North Ballarat............145.27 24
4 Redan.........................95.40 16
5 Ballarat....................... 84.19 12
6 Darley.........................63.03 12
7 Bacchus Marsh........... 89.02 8
8 Mount Clear................. 51.44 0
U/16.5 Reserves
1 Ballarat.....................260.87 28
2 North Ballarat........... 433.53 24
3 Redan........................275.34 24
4 Lake Wendouree...... 116.46 16
5 Bacchus Marsh.........80.43 12
6 East Point...................79.62 12
7 Darley.......................... 41.73 8
8 Mount Clear................10.87 0
U/14 Seniors
1 Ballarat..................... 248.90 32
2 Lake Wendouree...... 375.17 28
3 Mount Clear.............254.74 28
4 East Point.................. 121.32 16
5 Redan......................... 87.33 16
6 Bacchus Marsh.........109.59 12
7 North Ballarat............93.22 12
8 Darley.........................62.22 12
9 Sebastopol................... 3.11 4
U/14 Reserves
1 Redan....................... 543.44 28
2 Ballarat......................470.59 28
3 North Ballarat............354.61 28
4 Bacchus Marsh.........168.23 24
5 Mount Clear..............179.59 20
6 Lake Wendouree.......46.87 12
7 East Point.....................52.80 8
8 Darley...........................30.68 8
9 Sebastopol.................. 3.044
U/12 Seniors
1 East Point................ 1080.00 32
2 North Ballarat............447.20 28
3 Darley........................115.89 20
4 Lake Wendouree.......90.79 20
5 Mount Clear...............89.25 20
6 Bacchus Marsh..........60.25 12
7 Sebastopol.................31.20 12
8 Redan........................... 44.12 8
9 Ballarat......................... 31.75 8
U/12 Reserves
1 Mount Clear............. 264.00 32
2 Redan........................370.42 28
3 North Ballarat...........215.22 20
4 Ballarat......................133.33 20
5 Bacchus Marsh...............39 16
6 Lake Wendouree....... 71.05 16
7 East Point...................46.84 12
8 Sebastopol..................33.50 8
9 Darley...........................26.22 8

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Blues purr past Cats


Round 8 v Newlyn

Football

The Ballan Seniors returned to the winners circle


with a convincing win over
Newlyn. The team managed
to keep their opponents goalless till after half time and
dominated the play out of
the centre. Jason McNamara
ruled the centre square and
up forward Justin McConnell and Zac Peoples were
in complete control. McConnell ended the day with five
goals. The Cats were able to
regroup in the second half
and managed to get two
goals in each quarter. The
Blues now have a week off
before venturing to Skipton
and if they can string a few
wins together they should
break into the top eight.
Final Score - Ballan 13 15
93 def Newlyn 4 6 30
Best - Z. Peoples, J. McNamara, D. Galea, D. Tanti, S.
Hitchings, L. Souter.
The Reserves were well off
their game in the first quarter and were trailing by two
goals at the first break, but
they swung to action in the
second quarter booting five
goals, holding the Cats goalless. Austin Bongart was on
fire up forward and the Pike
of old showed that he still
had silky skills. Watts also
had a good day up forward
booting four, and dishing
out others to his teammates.
The forwards accuracy was
a key contributing factor to
the Blues win. In defence
Jack Shaw and Judd grew in
confidence and effectiveness
as the game went on.
Final Score - Ballan 12.1 73
def Newlyn 7 5 47
Best - A. Bongart, D. Pike, J.
McGuire, D. Prozzo, J. Shaw,
D. OHanlon.
The Under 18s were distracted by a late start due
to an injury delay in the
Under 15s match. The Cats
were more focused in the
shortened game and it was
a fierce encounter with both
sides never dropping their
intensity. The Blues progressively reeled in their opponents with the forward
line connecting in the final
quarter. Campbell Sparrow
marked strongly up forward
with Hayden Thompson and
other runners in the team
having the wind in their sail
but the clock beat the Blues.
Final Score - Ballan 5 3 33
lost Newlyn 5 7 37
Best - L. Currie-Jones, K.
Katic, C. Brown, C. Sparrow,
L. Snaith, H. Thompson.
With new season coach
John Mullane at the helm,
the Under 15s could do no
wrong and the previous loss
certainly gave the Blues extra impetus. The Blues had
runners all over the ground

and they were ably led by


Lachlan Trickey, who never
stopped all day. Up forward
the Blues shared the spoils
around with eight individual goal scorers. In the second
half the Blues held their opponents scoreless and piled
on the goals in a great team
effort. The game was cut
short in the last quarter after one of the Cats players
was injured. The solid win
keeps the Blues fourth on
the ladder and a few further
wins in the next month will
ensure they are cemented in
that position.
Final Score - Ballan 9 9 63
def Newlyn 1 3 9
Best - L. Trickey, S. Dehnert,
H. Lyle, L. Hodge, G.
ASpeculo, M. Casey.
Another convincing win
to the Under 12s, who are
certainly starting to mesh
together and showing some
real team work. The Blues
lead from the start and had
the bulk of the play. Up
forward the trio of Pascoe,
Gates and Popple were at
their best and converted truly. Young coaches Tom McGregor and Zac Boland were
delighted with the great
team effort and the way the
team continues to improve
each week.
Final Score -Ballan 5 2 32
def Newlyn 1 1 7
Best - N. Neumann, J.
Calleja, B. Conroy, J. Bower,
J. Speakman, A. Eskdale.

Sport

Netball

13&Under
Newlyn 29 def Ballan 1
15&Under
In the first match for winter,
the junior girls started in
blistering form. Both teams
were handling the ball well
in the wet and cold conditions and were playing a
high standard of netball,
with the scores level at quarter time. The break did not
serve Ballan well, with the
team starting the second
quarter slow giving Newlyn
a chance to sneak in a few
early goals. The Ballan girls
then responded and it was
goal for goal for the rest of
the quarter. The third quarter saw the skill level drop
slightly as the chill began
to set in. Costly turnovers
allowed Newlyn to score
some vital goals before Ballan again responded. With
an even last quarter, Ballan
tried hard to get the lead
back but found it a little out
of reach. Ballan 17 lost Newlyn 35.
Best - Anais Clifford, Bethany Boland, Maddie Alcock.
17&Under
Newlyn 26 def Ballan 13
C Grade
Ballan 29 def Newlyn 18
B Grade
Ballan 34 def Newlyn 20
A Grade
Newlyn 42 def Ballan 30

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Central Highlands Football League


Results Round 8
Seniors
Bungaree 21.16 (142) def Skipton 5.1 (31)
Waubra 19.14 (128) def Creswick 7.10 (52)
Hepburn 33.15 (213) def Cham/Linton 4.6 (30)
Buninyong 23.13 (151) def Rwood-Chap 5.2 (32)
Beaufort 21.14 (140) def Smythesdale 2.1 (13)
Gordon 12.12 (84) def Dunnstown 10.9 (69)
Ballan 13.15 (93) def Newlyn 4.6 (30)
Springbank 26.14 (170) def Clunes 5.7 (37)
Daylesford 13.17 (95) def Learmonth 14.2 (86)
Reserves
Bungaree 16.20 (116) def Skipton 0.0 (0)
Waubra 10.6 (66) def Creswick 6.4 (40)
Hepburn 22.27 (159) def Cham/Linton 3.2 (20)
Buninyong 11.6 (72) def Rwood/Chap 3.8 (26)
Beaufort 28.21 (189) def Smythesdale 0.0 (0)
Dunnstown 9.11 (65) def Gordon 4.3 (27)
Ballan 12.1 (73) def Newlyn 7.5 (47)
Springbank 27.6 (168) def Clunes 3.3 (21)
Learmonth 18.17 (125) def Daylesford 1.1 (7)
Under 18
Skipton 10.11 (71) def Bungaree 6.4 (40)
Waubra 11.17 (83) def Creswick 4.1 (25)
Hepburn 31.17 (203) def Cham/Linton 0.0 (0)
Buninyong 23.11 (149) def Rwood/Chap 3.1 (19)
Dunnstown 4.5 (29) def Gordon 4.4 (28)
Newlyn 5.7 (37) def Ballan 5.3 (33)
Springbank 10.19 (79) def Clunes 1.4 (10)
Under 15
Skipton 6.8 (44) def Bungaree 1.2 (8)
Creswick 10.12 (72) def Waubra 3.1 (19)
Hepburn 20.18 (138) def Cham/Linton 3.2 (20)
Buninyong 12.17 (89) def Rwood/Chap 1.2 (8)
Gordon 10.13 (73) def Dunnstown 5.0 (30)
Ballan 9.9 (63) def Newlyn 1.3 (9)
Clunes 14.9 (93) def Springbank 1.3 (9)
Beaufort 7.7 (49) def Smythesdale 5.4 (34)
Learmonth 23.6 (144) def Daylesford 1.1 (7)

CHFL
Ladder
Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 Beaufort................... 304.50 28
2 Bungaree..................229.32 28
3 Buninyong................ 223.50 28
4 Gordon......................223.19 28
5 Hepburn.................... 216.10 28
6 Springbank................176.84 28
7 Waubra...................... 177.25 24
8 Dunnstown................ 174.32 20
9 Ballan....................... 114.86 16
10 Daylesford................. 96.16 16
11 Rwood/Chap........... 61.48 12
12 Learmonth...................93.31 8
13 Creswick..................... 74.37 8
14 Newlyn........................63.82 8
15 Smythesdale...............35.71 8
16 Skipton........................35.28 0
17 Clunes.........................25.86 0
18 Cham/Linton.............. 23.40 0

Central Highlands Netball League

Central Highlands Netball League


Results Round 8

Results Round 8
Club
Hepburn
Carngham
Learmonth
Daylesford
Dunnstown
Gordon
Beaufort
Smythesdale
Ballan
Newlyn
Buninyong
Rokewood
Bungaree
Skipton
Clunes
Springbank
Creswick
Waubra

13&U
48
8
8
20
12
11
25
15
1
29
23
4
37
7
4
13
27
3

15&U
39
7
39
10
19
25
21
10
17
35
33
9
38
7
19
23
34
5

17&U
2
33
29
9
25
22
9
25
13
26
40
5
44
5
20
30
16
21

C
29
16
40
6
43
18
29
17
29
18
41
15
30
26
24
20
28
31

B
37
18
84
7
50
15
43
17
34
20
32
12
23
33
28
37
26
23

A
45
31
82
11
67
36
55
17
30
42
42
36
28
56
20
62
25
40

CHFL Goal Kickers

Ballan U15 players v Newlyn. Photos - Jason McEgan

Seniors
Mick Nolan
Justin McConnell
Peter McGettigan
Christian Elliott
Paul McMahon

Gordon ................................... 36
Ballan ...................................... 35
Dunnstown . .......................... 33
Bungaree ................................ 28
Springbank ............................ 27

Reserves
Michael Dodds
Connor OKeefe
Todd Hearn
Henri-Claude Griffiths
Jarryd Underwood
Jack Gibbs

Newlyn ................................... 36
Bungaree ................................ 21
Springbank .............................18
Bungaree .................................17
Springbank .............................17
Ballan .......................................16

Under 18s
Sam Jackson
Austin Corliss
Andrew Milroy

Hepburn . .............................. 33
Springbank .............................16
Bungaree ................................ 15

Under 15s
Izaac Grant
Jack McGregor
Mackenzie Popple

Hepburn . .............................. 77
Ballan ...................................... 28
Ballan ...................................... 15

Reserves
1 Buninyong................ 432.98 32
2 Bungaree................. 358.06 32
3 Beaufort....................449.70 28
4 Waubra..................... 238.59 28
5 Gordon......................196.64 24
6 Dunnstown................190.91 24
7 Creswick..................167.94 20
8 Springbank................164.31 16
9 Learmonth.................142.63 16
10 Rwood/Chap...........142.11 16
11 Hepburn................... 119.35 16
12 Ballan.......................104.24 16
13 Daylesford...................57.06 8
14 Newlyn........................85.87 4
15 Skipton........................16.97 4
16 Smythesdale............... 11.99 4
17 Cham/Linton...............20.48 0
18 Clunes.......................... 7.81 0
Under 18
1 Hepburn................... 501.29 28
2 Springbank................214.73 28
3 Waubra......................423.57 24
4 Skipton......................164.51 24
5 Newlyn......................132.30 24
6 Beaufort.................... 209.17 20
7 Ballan........................196.79 20
8 Dunnstown.................62.56 16
9 Buninyong..................85.76 12
10 Gordon......................78.77 12
11 Creswick....................62.64 12
12 Learmonth.................49.02 12
13 Clunes....................... 47.26 12
14 Bungaree....................94.93 8
15 Cham/Linton...............30.57 8
16 Rwood/Chap.............. 7.61 4
17 Daylesford...................31.89 0
18 Smythesdale................0.00 0
Under 15
1 Buninyong............... 6258.82 32
2 Hepburn................... 1283.15 32
3 Beaufort................... 468.66 32
4 Ballan........................224.77 24
5 Clunes....................... 167.00 24
6 Smythesdale.............226.87 20
7 Rwood/Chap........... 113.74 20
8 Learmonth.................110.26 20
9 Creswick...................83.25 16
10 Newlyn......................69.76 16
11 Dunnstown................78.62 12
12 Gordon...................... 62.15 12
13 Bungaree.................... 47.57 8
14 Skipton........................45.88 8
15 Springbank..................28.26 8
16 Cham/Linton...............46.85 4
17 Waubra......................... 7.66 0
18 Daylesford.................... 7.63 0

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By Michael Howard
Punters left Tabcorp Park
Melton on a high after favourites dominated the nine-race
card, including well-travelled
three-year-old High Gait,
who added a third Australian Group 1 to her decorated
career.
Driver Chris Alford brought
up his 200th win in Victoria
for the season in the Victoria Trotters Oaks when he
steered High Gait to a hardearned victory, with the Muscles Yankee filly out of Regal
Volo having to fight off a terrific Red Hot Tooth to claim
the bulk of the $60,575 stakes.
The win rewarded the efforts
of trainer Nicole Molander,
who has taken back responsibility for the filly after a stint
in leading Kiwi trainer Mark
Purdons care.
The Group 1 win was hard
earned, with Kari Males filly
Red Hot Tooth (Yankee Paco/
Karaka Tooth) defying her $36
odds to lead impressively. She
was joined by the favourite at
the 400m mark but never gave
up the fight, with High Gaits
class edge bearing fruit in the
dying stages to win by 1.3m.
It was the second of a dou-

Sport

Harness Hot Shots

ble for Alford on the night,


having earlier steered Our
Missionary Man (Jeremes
Jet/Hawthorne) to victory in
the Pace for trainer Emma
Stewart.
Stewart also walked away
with a double after Major Secrets return from a lengthy
lay-off continued to bring success, having claimed the tab.
com.au Pace for two consecutive victories in the hands of
driver Gavin Lang.
Alan Tubbs four-year-old
Ponder gelding, Tee Cee Bee
Macray, again produced a
show-stopping burst to salute, this time winning the
Empire Stallions Vicbred
Platinum Metropolitan Pace
final for driver Greg Sugars.
From last at the bell, Tee Cee
Bee Macray was given cover
into the race before taking
off four-wide around the
last corner to pursue Kerryn
Mannings heat winner Miss
Dreamin and Mildura flyer
Murranji Track, who emerged
from the box seat into the
sprint lane. None could match
Tee Cee Bee Macrays irresistible pace.
Others to venture into the
winners circle included talented trotters Illawong Byron

and Claudys Princess.


Trainer-driver Jodi Quinlans two-year-old gelding by
Muscle Mass out of Illawong
Blush registered a fourth win
from seven starts when Illawong Byron won the Group
2 Haras Des Trotteurs Tatlow
Stakes.
There were further smiles
in trainer Michael Barby and
driver Anne-Maree Conroys
camp after It Is Billy also
confirmed his top billing to
win the Free For All, a second
straight success for the It Is I
gelding out of Glenlyon Glad.
Having led throughout a 26.8 Friday 3 June, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 6, Victoria Trotters Oaks (G1). Winner: High
Gait (10). Trainer: Nicole Molander. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick.
last quarter clinched the deal
for It Is Billy.
Also making it two wins in
as many meetings at Tabcorp Park Melton was Tenno
Dance, who won the Trotters
Handicap for trainer Glenn
Sharp and driver Josh Duggan. The five-year-old by Tennotrump out of Disco Dance
registered a half-head win
from Jimbo Johnson.
The night closed with an old
favourite from trainer David Aikens stable, Smudge
Bromac, winning the Claiming Pace, a 34th career win for
the 10-year-old veteran of 189
races.

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