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The local rural fire brigade at Rowsley are rallying for more volunteers, led by 2nd Lieutenant Steve Bullard (right) and (left) 1st Lieutenant Justin McKay. Photo: Helen Tatchell

Rally for the valley

By Meg Kennedy Rowsley Rural Fire Brigade Captain Joseph Hammersley The brigade has only 5-active members (23-members on
said, “if anyone has been or is thinking of joining, the time the books) is calling-out for interested community members
When you need the big red fire truck you call Triple-000 and to act is now.” from the growth corridor areas, including the Balliang area,
more than likely a volunteer from the local CFA will arrive “This community meeting is an expression of interest for and is scouting from as far afield as Maddingley.
with a crew to the emergency. new members,” he said. Commander Bigham stressed the potential closure of the
Well, now it is time to ‘repay the debt’ as the future of As well as traditional fire-fighting duties, the brigade brigade would not necessarily pose a dangerous risk to the
Rowsley Rural Fire Brigade depends on volunteers willing is calling out for people who can assist with important community, as the CFA will “always have strategies and
to lend a hand, following an urgent call-out for interested community education programs, promotions, displays, actions in place” in an emergency situation, but the call-out
community members to attend an upcoming meeting. is to help keep the brigade a community-based one.
fundraising and administrative activities.
The local brigade, nestled in the picturesque Rowsley Valley, The news follows the recent State Government decision to
All CFA volunteers receive nationally-accredited training.
shared on its Facebook page last week it is “actively seeking make all CFA brigades in Victoria volunteer-only services.
community members who can perform duties.” District 15 Commander Chris Bigham told the Moorabool
News the aim for the community event is to “re-engage the Member for Melton Steve McGhie told the Moorabool
A statement from the local Brigade said if they do not
community members.” News “our volunteers are the lifeblood of so many Victorian
recruit new members urgently, “the future of the brigade
may become unviable to maintain in its current position and “It’s no-one’s fault that this is happening; the community communities and our regional emergency services”.
format.” is just getting older, and it’s not a growing community so “Which is why we enshrined into law CFA’s volunteer status
“The community meeting will be focused on the future there’s not a lot of change,” he said. and obligations to its volunteer members,” he said.
of the Rowsley Rural Fire Brigade and that the residents of Commander Bigham said the brigade has been able to
Rowsley remain protected. survive with the help of the Bacchus Marsh CFA group, but Rowsley Fire Brigade will hold an urgent community
“This cannot happen without the support of the community the meeting is to “re-engage and re-energise” community meeting at 11am on Sunday 14 July, at the Rowsley War
and the volunteers within the community,” the statement members who may have been involved with the brigade Memorial Hall, 735 Glenmore Rd, Rowsley. For more
read. prior, or are looking to join for the first time. information contact CFA District 15 HQ on 5329 5500.

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Gisborne road (west side), near the Western Freeway on/off ramps. Bacchus Marsh/Geelong Road, south of Woolpack road.

BP proposal after Bunnings booted

By Helen Tatchell ‘Development and Use of a Service Station, Convenience (South West Region), Melbourne Water, VicRoads Ballarat
Restaurants, Display of Signage, Three Lot Subdivision and and Western Water all ‘consented’ to the application for
Two new service stations could become bookends at Creation of Access to a Road Zone Category 1’. Plans show a Maddingley.
Maddingley and Bacchus Marsh with proposed planning proposed BP fuel station and a Wild Bean Café for the site at The Application Status for the Maddingley proposal is
permit applications submitted to Moorabool Shire Council. an estimated cost of $7.5 million. ‘More Information’, which Council require before it will
The first planning permit application is on the Bacchus A Council spokesperson told the Moorabool News, “the be advertised allowing objections or support letters to be
Marsh/Geelong road, south of the Woolpack road Gisborne road proposal is for one service station with
intersection, and is a proposal for ‘Development and Use of a convenience food offering attached. Plus, two other
a Service Station and Convenience Restaurant, Display of convenience food offerings. The site is proposed to be The application for the Gisborne road business is currently
Signage and Creation of Access to a Road Zone Category 1’, subdivided into three lots to separate the three different advertised and now allows for objections and support letters
at an estimated cost of $927,000. The site was previously used buildings.” to be received by Council from the public.
for stock grazing. As with all applications before the Council Planning As yet, both applications are not before Council (only with
The second planning permit application is on Gisborne road department, referrals are sent to governing bodies that the Planning department), following the planning process,
(west side), near the Western Freeway on/off ramps and is include water authorities, VicRoads etc for approval or a and councillors will not comment as it may be perceived as a
the same site that saw a now denied permit application for refusal. ‘pre-determined position’, prior to a report from the Planning
a Bunnings Warehouse. This application is a proposal for On 9 April 2019, CFA Ballarat, EPA – Geelong attention: department coming to a future Council meeting.

Ninja Max
represents Marsh
By Meg Kennedy As for his preparation, the 18-year-old trained at a gym in
Ringwood with obstacles similar to those featured on the
A young Bacchus Marsh landscaper will compete for this show.
lient: Cross Roads Trading year’s title of Australia’s Ninja Warrior, with his episode set
A sense of determination is something Max is no stranger
ate: 20/12/17
to air on Channel 9 next week.
ock Up No.: 3 to, spending 10-years with a speech therapist to overcome a
Now in its third season, Australian Ninja Warrior is based on
severe speech impediment.
a Japanese show that pushes potential contestants through a
As for representing Bacchus Marsh on the big screen, Max
rigorous series of obstacles for the opportunity to win a cash
prize, starting at $100,000. said he’s “pretty excited to represent Bacchus Marsh”, but
admitted he is “a bit nervous”.
Max Closter said he had always wanted to compete on the
show since it began, but couldn’t enter at the time as he was Max will compete for the title of Australian Ninja Warrior
underage. on Monday 15 July
“I was watching the show for two seasons and I said to my Australian Ninja Warrior airs tonight (Tuesday) at 7.30pm on
parents, ‘one day I’m going to try out for this show’, so when I Nine and 9Now and continues Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Max Closter trains over the Ninja Warrior obstacles.
Photo - 9Nine
turned 18, I just wanted to give it a shot,” he said. at 7.30pm.

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Dear Editor, Ballarat move the Phelan house to the school site on the was put up for auction. Pat persuaded the late Joan Kirner
In 1948 my father and mother Robert and Jean Wilson, cutting. when she was Premier to provide money to buy it. She did,
bought a couple of hundred acres in Long Forest Road. It took a week to move as the tree canopy over the track had and that completed the aggregation which is now the “Long
They moved from Brunswick and built a Phelan kit home to be cut back to let the house on the truck pass.
on the land. I can remember living in the house on the truck clearly.
There was one bit missing Pat dearly wanted to add and
It was to be a new life for them (I was two at the time) and In later years when growing up there we had a school bus
they lived without power and tank water in the bush. along the old highway and electricity. that was a big chunk of land owned by the Vallence’s. It was
Robert was cutting the firewood from the land and In the late 1960s an English Mathematics professor and his on the western side of the Coimadai creek just below the
delivering it to locals as well as taking it to Melbourne. wife bought some 200 acres adjoining our Long Forest land. Merrimu wall.
It was a tough and spartan existence. They commissioned Robin Boyd to build a couple of unique
We bought the property and subdivided about one third
One year in either 1953 or 1954 it rained and rained, and homes there. Sadly, his mother was killed in a car accident
in the Pentland Hills and did not get to enjoy the beautiful of the cleared land droning Bences road and added the
Bob’s truck became hopelessly bogged in the bush.
home she had built. remainder to the reserves.
Across the road from the house there was a cleared block
that belonged to Joe Shea. All of the timber had been cut from Dr Baker was a keen conservationist and could often be Dr Baker who was anti any development eventually copied
the block for firewood for the local Lifeguard Milk factory to heard walking through the scrub playing his trombone. My what we had done and cut off a few blocks fronting the Long
heat the boilers. Predominantly Greybox, it was good fuel. father saw him a few times and he seemed happy strolling
Forest road and then dedicated the balance to the reserve.
Then one morning Bob looked out across Shea’s block and around naked whilst playing.
One day while we were trying to clear part of the land to It was the only way that this could have happened. It did not
it had turned white with a blanket of mushrooms. Bob and
Jean took the back seat out of the old Masters Chevrolet car grow some crop a guy pulled up in a government car. make much commercial sense but what’s there is better than
they had and spent the next 2 months picking mushrooms He introduced himself and was working for the newly having the whole area put to other uses.
and selling them at the Victoria Market. They were the only formed ministry for conservation.
*The Long Forest is the only Mallee scrub south or east of
mushrooms in the market. The land dried out and back to His name was Pat Corr. He told me his father and brothers
the dividing range. Over tens of thousands of years hybrid
work they went often cutting firewood on an old saw bench were lawyers but that he was happy doing what he could to
with the aid of Tilley lanterns to see. preserve important parts of Victoria for future generations. vegetation called Bull Mallee evolved and is unique.

When my younger brothers were born Bob decided we I told him we were going to subdivide the land eventually Bill Wilson
needed to live where we had electricity and a better road as for bush blocks. He said he would love the government to Darley
often the dirt track that was then Long Forest road became buy it all, but it was not possible.
impassable. So, over a period of years following, he and I identified what
My grandmother Rosie Adams bought the old Djeriwarah he thought was the most precious land and vegetation.
state school site near the top of Anthony’s Cutting. It had We subdivided some of the land and gave more than half of
passing SEC power. it to the Crown for perpetuity.
Bob and Jean had a house mover from Snake Gully near There was one last piece that belonged to Frank Shea which

Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
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and Michael (Jnr),
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born on Monday 24
June at 9.11am and
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Non complying application

gets a splash of cash
By Helen Tatchell allocated – that application deemed to not
comply,” Mr Waugh said.
Three Moorabool councillors have voted Voting on the amendment to become the
successfully to redirect funds to a community motion, Cr Bingham said the Flower and
event grant application that did not comply Garden Show has been ongoing for number
under council’s criteria. of years with the primary purpose for an
The Bacchus Marsh Aquatic Centre indoor swimming pool.
Community Consortium runs the annual “Every little bit helps. This is a return on
Bacchus Marsh Flower and Garden Show investment. Council will see funds raised in
and requested $3000 to host the event in years to come,” he said.
2019, but only scored 64.93 - well below the Crs Keogh and Dudzik supported their
score of 70 that is needed to be considered for fellow councillor’s statement.
Council to provide funding. “Every now and again a project comes up
However, the turn-around arose when Cr that has merit,” Cr Keogh said.
Jarrod Bingham requested an amendment to “This particular event is a worthy event, I
the original motion at the 3 July meeting to see benefits for young and old to enter in the
include the Flower and Garden show. Flower and Garden Show,” Cr Dudzik said.
Officer Ian Waugh told the meeting, “this is However, Cr Tom Sullivan objected and
an ongoing event with no new component. made his own valid statement.
The budget also did not comply.” “Council put in place a process – the
“Other applicants did not meet the threshold threshold point is 70 per cent, council agreed
(70 or above); some with a very similar score. this is an appropriate figure. This group
I am unsure of advice we give those people,” scored 64.93 per cent, a substantial amount
Mr Waugh said. below. “We put in place a process. We have to abide Council had $10,000 available in Round 1
Another ‘not recommended’ group, the “Why bother having council officers assess by the process, because if you don’t people (March) of the Community Events Grants,
Ballarat Astronomical Society Inc, scored these applications if we are going to make will start pointing the finger. We run the risk with $8,240 allocated at the 3 July meeting.
higher than the Flower & Garden Show, with ad-hoc decisions. This is not the way we of reputation and the community will say This does not include the $3000 requested for
67.12 and requested only $650 to hold a dark should be doing business. The threshold ‘what a joke’.”
the Flower & Garden Show.
sky astronomy night. was 70 per cent that council decided, and we The vote to amend the motion was passed
Cr Bingham said he noted they just fell short should stick with that. with Crs Bingham, Dudzik and Keogh Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell told Cr
by 5.07 points score and asked officers, “have “If we don’t use all of the available money, voting For, whilst Crs Sullivan and Tatchell Bingham that he will present a rescission
we met the threshold or is there still money we roll it over to the next lot of Community voted Against. motion on this item “when we have a full
in the kitty?” Grants, this is so we get quality projects,” he Cr David Edwards and Cr Pat Toohey were council at a meeting,” meaning when all
“There is still money in the fund that is not said. apologies at the meeting and did not attend. seven councillors are present.

By Helen Tatchell
Secret health talks? The Moorabool News immediately sent questions to the correspondence, “the Ballan District Health
Communications & Marketing Officer Matt Romania and to & Care Board and I are working very closely
Unhealthy rumours are flying around health service circles,
the Board Chair Lyn Gunnell, asking if BDH&C had been in with the Department of Health and Human Services”.
with no one willing to confirm or deny them. talks with BHS.
The Moorabool News contacted the Ballarat Health Services “An independent review highlighting a range of
“How crippled is the BDH&C finances and facility to be
after receiving a ‘tip-off’ they were planning to ‘take-over’ having ‘takeover’ talks? opportunities for improvement is being considered by the
the local health facility, Ballan District Health & Care. “Did BDH&C go to BHS or vice versa? Board.
“Thanks for getting in touch, however I’d refer you to Ballan “Are the doors likely to close if a ‘takeover’ organisation “The Board of Governance and I are completely committed
District Health regarding this,” a spokesperson from BHS cannot be sourced?” to ensuring community access to health and wellbeing
said on Thursday 4 July. Board Chair BDH&C Lyn Gunnell said as per their previous services into the future,” she said.
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Budget submissions addressed

By Helen Tatchell “The Maddingley Park Committee of Management
have been trying for four-years to get the current
Two former Moorabool councillors spoke at a ten-year Masterplan into the CIP. We just want it
recent Special Meeting of Council in regard to their
recognised,” he said.
submissions to the proposed 2019/20 Annual Budget.
Mr Hendry said currently they do not have a
With a total of 24-submissions received overall, ten
related to supporting the proposed Art & Culture dedicated netball court at Maddingley Park.
Officer, and nine were in support of the proposed “Documents attached to my submission clearly
pavilion works at Masons Lane Recreation Reserve. demonstrate we have an unprecedented demand for
Former East Ward councillor John Spain spoke junior and senior netball.
on behalf of the Bacchus Marsh Arts Council, and “Demand for facility upgrades has been known
said they were happy to support the initiative in
since 2015 and was part of the Recreation and Leisure
the 2019/20 Budget to make a modest allocation of
Strategy 2015-2021 document approved by Council in
ratepayer funds to enable the appointment of an Arts
& Culture Officer. 2015, that identified the need for a dedicated netball
“The Arts Council has been operating for nearly five- court at Maddingley Park.”
years and in that time has achieved some success in In one last plea, Mr Hendry asked Council, “what we
developing art activities and opportunities.” need from you is to put this in the CIP so officers can
Mr Spain said a good example is the B-Mac Gallery assist to bring this to reality next year.”
that operates within the Village Shopping Centre in
Bacchus Marsh.
“With more than two-dozen exhibitions under its Budget adopted Council’s Response
belt, the Gallery has provided good opportunities for Council’s 2019/20 Annual Budget was adopted at John Spain submission response by MSC Officers
artists in the district to display and sell their visual the 3 July meeting, however West Ward Councillor “An Arts & Culture Officer is currently included as part of the proposed
art. Tom Sullivan objected to Council ‘putting on’ an 2019/20 budget. The position is initially proposed to be employed for only
“Some Arts Council initiatives have proven difficult Arts & Culture Officer. part of the 2019/20 year, with the option of moving to full time after that.”
to get off the ground, largely due to volunteers spread “We can’t maintain the basic services of residents. Russ Hendry submission response by MSC Officers
too thinly to achieve a sustainable momentum for People don’t have decent roads or footpaths and “Council does not support the proposal at this stage. No detailed cost
now we are talking putting on an Arts and Culture estimates or quotations have been provided for the project. Also, matching
projects,” he said.
Officer. It is not reasonable or equitable. I oppose funding (or other sources of funding) and club contributions have not been
“The appointment of an Arts & Culture officer for that reason,” he said. confirmed.
is of strategic importance and will demonstrate East Ward councillor John Keogh said the The submission does not request a specific allocation from Council.
to the many volunteer arts groups that Council is importance of an Arts & Culture Officer would The concept of a joint use facility does have merit, however advice from
serious about developing the Arts sector,” Mr Spain certainly add value and economic opportunity with Netball Victoria shows that they do not support the use of synthetic grass
concluded. many social aspects. as a suitable surface for competition netball. Finding a compatible surface
Another former East Ward councillor, Russ Hendry “From 24-budget submissions, we had ten in favour type for cricket and netball will be problematic.
also spoke but he was not asking for funding, he was of this appointment. The 2019/20 draft budget includes an allocation to undertake a Master
simply seeking to get a proposal into the current “I really do believe we can get our arts and culture Plan at Maddingley Park. The Master Plan will provide the strategic
Capital Improvement Program (CIP). moving.” justification for capital improvement projects at the reserve over the next
The recommendation to approve the 2019/20 5 – 10 years. It is suggested that the project be considered during the
“The normal process to get projects adopted by
budget was voted in favour by Crs Dudzik, Bingham development of the Master Plan for further scoping and investigation for
Council is to select items from a Masterplan to come and Keogh, Cr Sullivan was the sole objector. consideration in the 2020-21 financial year.”
to the budget process to be put into the CIP.

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A challenging history; tell all book

By Meg Kennedy

The international relations

Editor’s Note
between the Wathaurong
people of the Moorabool As with all our stories we publish, we make
area and white invaders has a dedicated attempt to have comments from
been uncovered for the first ‘both sides’, hence what is regarded as a fair
time in a new book. and balanced story.
‘My Country all gone – the
white men have stolen it’, by
In this instance, the Moorabool News reporter,
Federation University As-
sociate Professor Fred Cahir
sent an email (subject: Comment request
represents “a challenging regarding new book) to the Wathaurung
history” of interactions and Aboriginal Corporation in Geelong, simply
relations between colonial and clearly asking if, “…. a representative
invaders and the First Na- may want to provide a statement on this
tions people of the Wad-
book to be published in the article.” And,
awurrung Country, which
spans the Moorabool, Gee- “are representatives of the Wadawurrung
long and Ballarat regions. community aware of the book’s publication,
‘My Country all gone’ is and what are their thoughts on it?”
a culmination of 30-years’
worth of archival research, The return reply can only be expressed as a
chronicling the three waves very disappointing response.
of invasion in the region
from 1800 to 1870 by the nga-
madjidj – ‘the white stran- Dear Meg,
gers from the sea’. Please find attached form to fill and return
Mr Cahir said he discovered to
there were “three waves” of Once the form has been received and the
invaders. booking has been made, you will be sent a
“The first was predomi- calendar invite as confirmation.
nately the British Navy, the
second being the squatters,
You will be sent an invoice after the event has
and the third was the gold taken place.
seekers,” he said. Kind regards 
“The squatters, with their Dr. Fred Cahir with his book. Photo - Edwina Williams (Ballarat Times News Group)
hundreds of thousands of Admin & Project Support Officer
sheep, effectively became sea rushed in through the as in any other frontier con- “It’s probably only one of
the spearhead of the Brit-
Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation
Heads, till the void places flict and subsequent guerilla a handful of specific Abo-
ish invasion as the sheep became broad and deep, as warfare, caught between riginal nation histories of its
trading as Wadawurrung
wiped out what had been they are today’,” said Mr supporting and surviving nature in Australia,” he said.
the Wadawurrung’s staple Cahir. it.” But Mr Cahir insisted his
food, the root crop vegeta- While the book reveals how “Many instances of frontier book is “not an easy, week-
ble, murnong or yam daisy the Wadawurrung actively intimacy can be likened to a end read.”
– thus reducing them to kind of ‘necessary sleeping
resisted the white invaders “Anyone who sits down
starvation and prone to in-
coming onto their Country, with the enemy’ in order to read a telling of history
troduced diseases.”
it also points to a surpris- to remain ‘on Country’,” he of the region that they live
Voices of the Wadawurrung ing number of interactions said. and work in which was
emerge through the lens of between the two groups that “From the invaders side purportedly peacefully ‘set-
the invaders’ records in ‘My For the last 15-years of being in this industry,
took place in the district. of the frontier war, there is tled’ – and discovers that the
country is all gone’, as Mr this is the first time I have ever come across a
Mr Cahir describes them as surprisingly much evidence peaceable settlement they
Cahir mentioned “some of monetary request for a simple comment.
the white strangers from the “remote islands of friendly that many had a ‘longing to thought existed was in fact a
relations in an ocean of un- belong’ and subsequently bloody, ruthless and greedy No more words, just thoughts.
sea recorded the Wadawur-
rung’s oral stories that pre- declared warfare”. embraced some aspects of conquest – will naturally be
dated the existence of Port In the Moorabool, Geelong becoming “Indigenised”.” rattled,” he said. Helen Tatchell
Phillip Bay.” and Ballarat districts, these Although Mr Cahir said he ‘My Country all gone – the Editor
“One account relates how ‘islands’ took many forms “knows he may be seen to white men have stolen it’
the Wadawurrung could, at including trade, work, and be ‘stealing Wadawurrung by Associate Professor Fred NAIDOC Week (2019) is being held in
one period, ‘cross, dry-foot’, various forms of cultural ex- history’”, he noted that the Cahir is available for $55.95, Moorabool from 7 July – 14 July and we
from one ‘side of the bay change and even in learning book’s focus is “about inter- and can be purchased at Bal- genuienly hope all our Indigenous/non-
[in the east] to Geelong [in one another’s languages. national relations between larat Books or by emailing Indigenous readers and citizens in Moorabool
the west]’ until a time when The Wadawurrung, Mr two nations” – the British enjoy and celebrate this event.
‘the earth sank, and the Cahir emphasised, “were, and the Wadawurrung. Limited copies are available.

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Learning local saves time and money! Growing the west

with 4000 more trees
Obtaining a Nationally Recognised
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provides quality industry training without the Green thumbs are invited
hassle of travel, expensive course fees and to roll up their sleeves
wasting your precious time. and help plant 4000 native
Most courses offered attract government plants at Ingliston, what is
funding for eligible participants. The College the 14th annual Grow West
also offers a wide range of courses and Community Planting Day.
career advice to help you on your way into the This is one of Grow West’s
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Bacchus Marsh Community College offer will be held at two adjoining
INTRODUCTION TO CHILDCARE – Starts Wednesday 21st August 2019 properties in Ingliston,
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Whyte Island Reserve (The
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Starts Wednesday 11th September 2019 Gorge State Park.
CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care is the Planting trees for the future is a day out for the whole family
Property owners, Rick and friends. Photos – PP&WCMA
Nationally Recognised Qualification required to gain employment in Centre and Nadia and Bill and
Based Care, Occasional care, Pre-school Centre’s, Family Day Care and Airlie, both purchased the
other Children’s Services settings. properties five years ago
Starts Tuesday 16th July 2019 restoring the landscape.
This is also a Nationally Recognised Qualification which provides participants “We wish to create a
with skills and knowledge that are highly sought after by industry employers forested habitat for half of
and allows Educators to work in a senior management role within a variety of the property and improve
the pasture on the other
children’s services.
half using regenerative
For further information on these courses or any course at BACCHUS MARSH
agriculture for the other
COMMUNITY COLLEGE contact The Laurels on 5367 1061 or by email at half all with the intention of radically improving our
soil carbon levels,” Bill and
Airlie said.
BACCHUS MARSH Rick and Nadia said they
“It is an ambitious project The project creates a unique
and by participating in the opportunity to make
COMMUNITY COLLEGE love the rugged landscape,
native birdlife, views for
2019 planting day you’ll
be helping to reform this
substantial, wide ranging
improvements to the
RTO 5064
miles and remote feeling. important nature corridor liveability and sustainability
“We’d love to leave it in a for threatened wildlife such of the west.
INDUSTRY TRAINING (Nationally Recognised Training courses)
better state than when we as the Swift Parrot and The Grow West Community
Diploma Early Childhood Education & Care 16 July purchased.” Brush-tailed Phascogale,” Planting Day is on Sunday
Certificate III Individual Support (Aged Care) 1 Aug Grow West Coordinator, she said. 21 July, 9.30am-4pm, at 155
Certificate II Floristry (Assistant) 19 Aug Helena Lindorff is excited The event has been funded Falcons Track, Ingliston
Certificate III Early Childhood Education & Care 11 Sept to be holding the day at a through the Greening (off Ingliston Rd) and
location that will directly the West - 1 Million Tree refreshments will be
Please contact the Office for enrolment in the following Qualification provided (BYO cup and plate
benefit the Werribee program, which is part of the
Certificate I General Education for Adults (CGEA) to help reduce waste).
Gorge State Park through Australian Government’s
A pre-enrolment interview is a requirement for all nationally recognised training. nature corridors that will National Landcare Program, For more information and
Access to government subsidised training places is available if eligibility criteria is met be established on private and Melbourne Water’s to register visit growwest.
properties. Stream Frontage Program.

Slight increase in
XERO accounting software NEW 15 July
‘Let’s get to work’ NEW 16 July
Beginners Computers 22 July
Mobile Devices 24 & 31 July
Work in Retail NEW 1 Aug
Introduction to Childcare
Food Hygiene
11 Aug
13 Aug
14 Aug
14 Aug
crime - stats reveal
By Meg Kennedy
Work in Hospitality NEW 20 Aug
Basic Office & Administration 21 Aug The number of offences relating to theft, deception and robbery has increased in Moorabool
First Aid/ CPR 7 Sept in the last 12-months.
Resume/Career Planning By appointment New statistics released by the Crime Statistics Agency has revealed that overall offences
Pre-accredited programs are short introductory courses designed for learners to gain confidence have slightly increased in Moorabool to the year ending 31 March 2019 from a total of 2,253
and skills. These courses provide a pathway to nationally recognised training opportunities and offences in 2018 to 2,292 in 2019.
are subsidised through funds made available by the State Government
Property and deception offences remain the highest in Moorabool with 1,313 offences re-
*People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. corded, although the offences of property damage and burglaries/break-ins have slightly
Nationally Recognised Training at the Bacchus Marsh Community College is delivered with funding
decreased in the last 12-months.
made available by the Victorian & Commonwealth Governments. The breaching of court orders saw the most rapid increase, jumping to 337 offences from 225
last year.
For information on these and other courses or to enrol, Moorabool also saw an increase in the number of offences committed by those between the
please call 53671061, visit our website: ages of 18 to 24 increase from 156 to 171. The increase in overall offences follows a state-wide trend, as Crime Statistics Agency Chief
Statistician Fiona Dowsley said that “alleged offender numbers have continued to increase in
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the last decade and are the highest in CSA data holdings, since July 2004.”
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Moorabool Shire Council For further details please contact Mark Powell, Secretary, Myrniong Recreation Reserve

Committee of Management on 0412 195 430.


The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 7 August Council
Councilresolved in the
resolved in thebudget
for for
the the 2019/2020
2019/2020 financial
financial year toyear to increase
increase the fees
the disposal
2019, at 6.00pm, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan. at the Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and Mt. Egerton Transfer Stations.
disposal fees at the Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and Mt. Egerton Transfer Stations.
The new fees will commence as of 5 August 2019.
Members of the public are welcome to attend. The new fees will commence as of 5 August 2019.

COMMITTEE MEETING Prescribed Fees Residents Non-Residents

The next Section 86 Development and Assessment Committee Meeting will be held Car or Station Wagon $32 $42
on Wednesday 17 July 2019, at 6.00pm in the north wing meeting rooms, Small Trailer (1.8 x 1.2 x 0.3) or Utility $47 $83
Moorabool Shire Council’s Darley office, 182 Halletts Way, Darley.
Small Trailer (Heaped Load) $64 $141
Members of the public are welcome to attend. Small Trailer (High Sides) $83 $181
Large Trailer $64 $141
EMPLOYMENT Large Trailer (Heaped Load) $102 $223
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Large Trailer (High Sides) $117 $260
Allied Health Assistant – funded 2 days a week p/time 12 month position –
Trucks (per cubic metre) $69 $138
Applications close on Friday 19 July 2019.
Clean Green Waste 1/2 Price 1/2 Price
All details available from the website:
Recyclable materials separated to the
recyclable by the customer Free Free
Mattresses $38 each $38 each
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
Tender Number Tender Description
C05-2019/2020 Trade Services, Maintenance and Works Tyre Disposal Resident and Non-Residents
C06-2019/2020 Mechanical Plant and Equipment Maintenance
Tyre Disposal - Motor Cycle $14
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 06 July
Tyre Disposal - Car $13
2019 at
Tyre Disposal - Light Truck & 4WD $17
Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck $37
AGM – MYRNIONG REC RESERVE COMMITTEE INC Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck Super Single $51
The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Myrniong Rec Reserve Committee Inc Tyre Disposal - Small Tractor $101
will be held on 18 July 2019 at 7.00pm, at the Myrniong Mechanics Hall. Tyre Disposal - Large Tractor $201
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate persons as the Committee of Management Tyre Disposal - Earthmover $504
for the Myrniong Recreation Reserve for a term of 3 years.
Tyre Disposal - Car (tyres on rims) $17
All positions will be declared open.
Tyre Disposal - Light Truck & 4WD (tyres on rims) $20
For further details please contact Mark Powell, Secretary, Myrniong Recreation Reserve
Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck (tyres on rims) $30
Committee of Management on 0412 195 430.


Council’s 2019/20 Budget was passed by Council at the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 3 July 2019. We are taking the opportunity to inform our community
about rates and valuations so everyone has a better understanding of the process.This week the focus is on the components of your Annual Council Rates Bill.
Moorabool Shire Council will generate $30.5 million in general rates for the 2019/20 financial year prior to supplementary valuations.
The components of your Annual Council Rates Bill

Council can only raise its Waste charges cover: All Fire Services Property Your bill may be greater than,
differential rates above the � Waste Management Levy money raised and or less than you expected
declared rate cap if it has Service Charge; collected by Council is passed because the rate cap applies
consulted with its community � State Landfill Levy; onto the State Government to average rates paid by all
and been granted permission � Kerbside waste, recycling to fund fire agencies. properties, not your
by the Essential Service and green waste. individual property.
Commission. The State Landfill Levy is a This charge is set by the State
State Government charge Government. Depending on how much
The 2019/2020 Rate Cap is
Council must pay when your property’s valuation
depositing waste at landfill. increased will affect how
much your rates increase.
Covered by the Not subject to Not subject to
Rate Cap the Rate Cap the Rate Cap

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Derek Madden
Email: Web: Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Sewer tunnel proposed

under freeway
By Helen Tatchell this is spot rezoning.
“There is nothing in our Planning Scheme that gives it a
It is not uncommon for a tunnel to take large volumes of trigger point to proceed,” Cr Sullivan said.
traffic underneath a body of water, for example the English Cr Tatchell responded by saying in the debate he respected
Channel and the Burnley tunnel, but what about a tunnel Cr Sullivan’s judgement.
bored underneath the Western Freeway…..that will pipe
“The issue in particular is that opportunity knocks.
“Developers usually drive in with a bulldozer and drive out
This bold plan was discussed in depth at the 3 July Council
with an Armaguard truck.
meeting and involves a few obstacles, but not ‘blind mullets’.
“The point is, we have someone willing to put their hand in
Despite the Council Officers recommendation to ‘defer the
their pocket to put the sewerage under the Western Freeway.
consideration of the amendment until the completion of
the Rural Land Use Strategy’, the request for Authorisation You can’t keep allowing people to live on top of each other,
Planning Scheme Amendment C87 at 135 Ballanee Road, they don’t want that. Kids in Ballan grow up pretty good;
Ballan will be sent to the Minister, after Central Ward kids around here grow up on land. We are stopping the
Councillor Paul Tatchell put up an alternate recommendation motor bikes, stopping the horses – if we take this to 2021, or
that fellow councillors voted to accept. 2023 – people will buy somewhere else,” he said.
Photo: Helen Tatchell
But it was not without debate. Cr Tatchell said people come here and want to live rural and
be sustainable on 5-acres or more.
The proposal is for a combined planning scheme
amendment to rezone a portion of the ‘Ballanee’ property “Let’s seize the day,” he said The new resolution is:
site (approximately 95 ha) from Farming Zone (FZ) to Rural “A bloke has his hand in his pocket; he has the cheque. 42
Living Zone (RLZ), amend the existing schedule to allow for lots – let him build.” 1. Authorise the General Manager Community Planning to
a 2ha minimum subdivision size and reduce the extent of the In the report before Councillors it said Central Highlands finalise the Planning Scheme Amendment documents,
Heritage Overlay. It is noted that a small portion of the site is Water have not yet completed a detailed analysis of the in consultation with the proponent and relevant
already zoned RLZ. The amendment also seeks to subdivide area, but preliminary discussions indicate they would be agencies as required.
the property to 42 lots. All lots are proposed to be 2ha in size, supportive of a pressurised sewer system with each lot 2. Request authorisation from the Minister for Planning,
except for five lots that vary between 2.1 and 2.5ha. feeding into the main via a pumping system. The report to prepare and exhibit Moorabool Planning Scheme
West councillor Tom Sullivan objected to the alternate states that the sewer would need to be connected from the Amendment C87 in accordance with Section 8A (2) of
motion for an amendment. existing gravity sewer network in Flack Street, bored under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
“This is a spot rezoning, they generally fail. There is no the Western Freeway to the site. 3. F urthermore, subject to receiving authorisation from the
strategic justification; this is an excellent application, but will The alternate amendment motion was carried with Crs Minister for Planning, publicly exhibit Amendment C87
fail at the threshold,” he said. Tatchell, Bingham, Dudzik and Keogh voting For and Cr in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act
“Every policy has half a dozen dot points. My position is we Sullivan voting Against. 1987, and a report be presented to Council following
would be better to make sure we have all the ammunition to Overall the item was carried. Crs Edwards and Toohey were the completion of the exhibition phase.
get it right rather than fail. There is not strategic justification, apologies and absent from the meeting.


13 JULY A compliant ORG (left) and a non-compliant ORG covered with debris.
Photos – Western Water

6:30 PM
10:30 PM
Prevent a sewer overflow
It really is the last ‘spill’ anyone would want, inside the property in the event of a sewer
but it can and does happen, so be prepared. pipe blockage.
Western Water is urging their customers to Mr Barnett said in the case of a sewer
regularly check their overflow relief gully blockage the ORG needs to be able to release
(ORG) to prevent a sewer overflow in their pressure and the grate lid should ‘pop-off’
property. easily.
Dean Barnett, Acting General Manager at “To do so, the ORG should be uncovered
Western Water said for an ORG to function and free of any weeds, roots, or debris”, he
effectively it should be clean, clear and said.
installed at the correct height.
“The ORG should also be lower than any
“We’ve seen some customers cover their
other waste outlet in your home and needs to
ORG with stones, plants, or garden beds.
be raised-up from the surrounding ground
In other cases, they have altered the height
area to prevent stormwater from flowing into
or location of the ORG to correspond with a
new deck or renovation.
“In the unfortunate event of a blockage in Most properties constructed after 1976 have
the sewer pipes, this can lead to disastrous an ORG located near an external wall of the
and costly consequences,” Mr Barnett said. laundry, kitchen, or bathroom.
Whilst the sewer mains are managed and Buildings connected to the sewer system
maintained by water corporations, property prior to 1976 may not have an ORG, unless
owners are responsible for ensuring their additional work has been undertaken.
home is fitted with a properly designed and For more advice on how to maintain and
functioning ORG. check your ORG, please visit the Western
The ORG is an external plumbing system Water website at
designed to redirect sewage away from au/ORG
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If you go down to the

woods today … you
may get caught
Legally collecting firewood from designated to prevent households stockpiling large
areas across Victoria has now closed until volumes of firewood from public land and
Spring. denying others a supply.
Forest Fire Management Victoria’s Assistant “Firewood is a shared public resource that
Chief Fire Officer Tony English, Grampians provides a range of environmental values
Region said it is now illegal for people to including land protection, waterway health
collect firewood on public land. and habitats for native wildlife, and needs
“Firewood collection may have already to be managed in a sustainable way for the

Defence requests more time

finished in some parts of the state where
rainfall has affected track conditions and “Collection limits include taking a
made it unsafe to collect or where supplies maximum of two cubic metres per person
have been exhausted. per day and a maximum of 16 cubic metres
per household per financial year,” he said.
“Designated collection areas are put in place By Meg Kennedy Vietnamese woman via an online dating
to protect sites of cultural and environmental Under the Forest Act 1958, people who app, and is accused of keeping her captive in
collect firewood outside designated A Darley man who allegedly imprisoned, his Darley house between March 25 and 29
significance,” Mr English said.
firewood collection areas or a firewood assaulted and repeatedly raped a woman he of this year.
Authorised officers are patrolling parks,
collection season or take more than the met online reappeared before the Melbourne
forests and reserves to ensure people are It is alleged he repeatedly raped and
maximum allowable amounts can face fines
doing the right thing while collecting their Magistrates’ Court in late June. assaulted the woman and asked her if she
of up to $8,059, or a maximum penalty of
firewood. Robert Wilson was scheduled for a wanted “to die”.
one-year imprisonment or both, if the matter
“We want to remind the public that proceeded to Court. committal mention on Friday, 28 June, Wilson faces up to seven charges, including
firewood can only be taken from designated but Wilson’s new legal team requested an three counts of rape, theft, recklessly causing
For further information on firewood
collection areas in state forests or parks adjournment to have more time on his case. injury and unlawful imprisonment.
collection or to report illegal or suspicious
during approved times and for personal use behaviour in public land areas, please The 32-year-old appeared briefly behind the He is yet to enter a plea.
only and cannot be sold.” contact the Department of Environment, dock, flanked by correctional officers, but Robert Wilson is due to reappear in the
Mr English said it is important to stay Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) on 136 did not speak throughout his appearance. Melbourne Magistrates Court via video link
within collection limits, which are in place 186. Wilson is alleged to have met a 39-year-old on Friday 2 August.

Would you like fries with that?

Celebrating National French Fries Day, July 13
By Kate Sharkey fried fish. When the river Meuse froze over one cold
winter the locals sliced up and fried the potatoes
Here in the Moorabool Shire we have good reason instead. And the name? It is said to have come about
to celebrate with an extra side serve of our favourite when the American soldiers were stationed in the
chip. Francophone region during World War I, allegedly
Whilst some residents know areas of the Moorabool dubbing the tasty treat “French Fries”
Shire is traditionally ‘spud country’ others may know Whether we have Belgium to thank or not we can
little about the humble vegetable, and the significant certainly thank our local Moorabool potato growers
role it has and continues to play, in the region. for a satisfying bucket of chips. From as early as the
With over a dozen potato varieties, what actually 1920s when the first potatoes where planted on farms
makes the perfect chip? like the Labbett family, potato farming has continued
to play a central role both economically and socially
Mark Labbett, potato grower and former apprentice
to rural towns across the shire. Trentham’s annual
of the year from Millbrook, said the variety “Russet
Spudfest does just that. Spudfest held in May
Burbank” is well-known for chip production with
reminds festival goers the potato is still central to the
its characteristically large, elongated shape and
community as much for growing it, as a way to identify
white flesh. Whilst Mark and his family specialise
the region for expanding tourism opportunities. The
in growing certified seed potatoes for interstate
festival attracts thousands of visitors every year who
customers, other local growers supply McCain Foods
come to buy, taste and celebrate the humble vegetable.
in Ballarat with potato varieties especially for the Amongst an array of potato themed activities, a bus
chipping process. Back in 2014 it was reported McCain trip around the historical spud huts is a sure way to
Foods could make up to 130-million fries in a day. learn and appreciate how difficult life was growing
Other varieties including the King Edward, are good potatoes in the early 1900s
for roasting and the Desiree or the Dutch Cream Not only is the region lucky to have great potato
varieties are great for a creamy mash. According to festivals and farmers alike but ones who love sharing
Mark the industry has even responded to the health tips and great recipes. The SpudSisters, with their
conscious by developing a low GI spud. local ties to potato growing families retail a range
“Potatoes grow best in deep fertile soils, under of speciality potatoes and will even deliver spuds to
irrigation and in a cool climate. Just what the your door.
landscape in the west of the Moorabool Shire is Simone Dunne, owner of the Farm Gate shop at
blessed with,” said Mark. Like any sector of the Elaine, said it was through her family connections in
agricultural industry growing potatoes is specialised. the local potato industry that gave her inspiration to
Not to say anyone can’t grow a few potatoes in their start her own retail business.
backyard but growing them to specification in “Customers love to buy a range of local produce, but
tonnage quantity year in year out takes skill, patience few leave the shop without a bag of potatoes,” Simone
and plenty of long days out in the paddock. said.
Whilst harvest in the region is drawing to a close, Potatoes are a good source of vitamins and minerals
the last of the harvesting machines are still out and is a versatile ingredient to just about any dish.
unearthing potatoes in areas including Millbrook, From a potato soup to gnocchi or the traditional roast
Springbank and Clarkes Hill. potato.
It is thought the French Fries originated from Whilst no one ever said frying any food in a few
Belgium. Although, the truth behind the origins litres of cooking oil was good for you, it is worth
of this delicious treat may never really be known. remembering “everything in moderation” With
According to BBC Travel one story suggests the National French Fries day on July 13, it only seems
original fry was born in the Namur Provence in right to place an order and give thanks to the regions Mark Labbett with his bulker bags of home-grown Moorabool spuds.
Francophone Belgium, where the locals liked eating tradition and ability to grow a great tasting chip. Photo – Kate Sharkey
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Emailtime,- favouring travel, moves and lots of little
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles

Rely more on brains than on charm right now. Your wit
and wisdom are by far your most impressive qualities.
The weekend can bring a retinue of admirers to your door.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
The week starts slowly, but the tempo quickens when you
hear exciting news about a loved one. There may be a
secret admirer out there, so interpret the most minute ges-
tures as major love signs.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ It’s been a long while since you have been so popular -
enjoy! Postponments on the weekend could make life a
little confusing, but manage to provide at least one sur-
prise bonus.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
A close friend could reveal a startling secret before the
weekend and there’s a possible work or neighbourhood
ARIES—March 21-April 20 conflict before the weekend. In romance, a long awaited
Loved ones may need a dose of tender loving care. De- committment could send you to cloud nine.
spite the number of new and old faces, don’t neglect your
nearest and dearest. Encouraging family news arrives by SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
the weekend. Opportunities for increased status open up now. You are
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 being promoted behind the scenes and you would be
dazzled to know who is singing your praises. In financial
Allow extra time now to tend to the needs of older and dealings, read the small print.
younger relatives. You could find yourself coming to a
loved one’s defence around Friday. Avoid any kind of CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
snap decision on the weekend. Financial judgement may be clouded now, so seek out
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 professionals before making key decisions. Social obli-
gations can make you weary, but invigorating exercise
A possible financial boost before the weekend is followed should help recharge your spirits.
by a rapid paced period. In romance, sentimentality is
the keyword. In health, take charge and see that loved AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ones are getting health check ups. Your partner may seem a little coy and a little mysteri-
ous this week. Try not to question temperament or mo-
NO. 9108 CANCER—June 22-July 22
tives and love will be the greatest on the weekend.
Disappointing news you hear early on, perhaps changing
Volunteer work of your choice is emphasised.
ACROSS DOWN plans, can be turned around to your advantage. It’s a
6. Thoughtful (11) 1. Example (8) mobile time, favouring travel, moves and lots of little PISCES—February 20-March 20
7. Boat (4) 2. Small (6) errands. It’s time to do a juggling act - looking after major family
8. Feeler (8) 3. Game (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 matters, tackling an “inherited” job and tending to more
9. Attitude (6) 4. Story (4) than enough routine affairs - then suddenly, you find your-
10. Hard (6) 5. Cashier (6) Rely more on brains than on charm right now. Your wit self with too much time to spare.
and wisdom are by far your most impressive qualities.
12. Brook (6) 6. Title (5) The weekend can bring a retinue of admirers to your door.
15. Soft (6) 11. Italian (8) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are passionate, intense and with a reputation for be-
17. Annoy (8) 13. Cast (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 ing jealous. Your powers of concentration can be remark-
19. Evaluation (4) 14. Field (6) The week starts slowly, but the tempo quickens when you able and when challenged, you show great reserves of
20. Definitely (7,4) 15. Score (6) hear exciting news about a loved one. There may be a inner strength. Make “trust” your keyword. Hard work is
16. Stand (5) secret admirer out there, so interpret the most minute ges- stressed over luck. Nothing will come easily, but you will
18. Jot (4) tures as major love signs. be delighted with the eventual results.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS It’s been a long while since you have been so popular -

6. Bent from birth (7,4). 7. Catch and hitch the horse to enjoy! Postponments on the weekend could make life a
the point (4). 8. Promising, when back ourselves, to call little confusing, but manage to provide at least one sur-
on (8). 9. Of course I would need to renovate the interior prise bonus.
(6). 10. Quite a long time. A month, now, and a quarter SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
(6). 12. Thye local’s got a cold white wine (6). 15. Beefy,
like the soup (6). 17. None searched in vain for bed and NUMBER GAME
A close friend could reveal a startling secret before the
weekend and there’s a possible work or neighbourhood
board (3,5). 19. Bird that can talk? (4). 20. A fat return
conflict before the weekend. In romance, a long awaited
from? (5,6). ANSWER
committment could sendBELOW
you to cloud nine.
1. Can hardly walk, but bowls one over (8). 2. Slip up as SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
well on the job (6). 3. Getting near the day, suspended Opportunities for increased status open up now. You are
operations (6). 4. Back it up again in the row (4). 5. In being promoted behind the scenes and you would be
the lairs, standing to be attacked (6). 6. An outstanding dazzled to know who is singing your praises. In financial
French woman! (5). 11. Quickly cut the top and bottom dealings, read the small print.
(4-4). 13. Claim to have found on a shelf, we’re told (6). CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
14. Vulgar-sounding word for “lessons” (6). 15. Support-
ing a short stretch of railway track (6). 16. He’s just over Financial judgement may be clouded now, so seek out
ten and a bad lad (5). 18. Run a fellow down (4). professionals before making key decisions. Social obli-
gations can make you weary, but invigorating exercise
should help recharge your spirits.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ledge). 14, Course (coarse). 15, Siding. 16, Knave. 18,
S-to-ned. 6, Ni-non (rev.). 11, Chop-chop. 13, Allege (a Your partner may seem a little coy and a little mysteri-
Down - 1, Staggers. 2, Err-and. 3, Close-d. 4, Ti-er. 5, ous this week. Try not to question temperament or mo-
Across - 6, Instructor. 8, Acid. 9, Limp. 10, Droop. 11, tives and love will be the greatest on the weekend.
Volunteer work of your choice is emphasised.
All found. 19, Chat. 20, Gross income.
Each. 12, Agreeable. 16, Terminate. 20, Chub. 22, An-
ndee-’d. 10, Dec-AD-E. 12, Bar’s-a-C. 15, Stock-y. 17,
des. 23, Alto. 24, Trot. 25, Have an idea.
Across - 6, Natural gift. 7, S-nag. 8, As-su-ring. 9, I- PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Ending. 2, Stopper. 3, Tundra. 4, Stroll. 5,
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS It’s time to do a juggling act - looking after major family
Grape. 7, Witch. 13, Bar. 14, Inhabit. 15, Short. 17, En- matters, tackling an “inherited” job and tending to more
dive. 18, Mislay. 19, Tether. 21, Bathe.
Twenty. 16, Easel. 18, Iota. than enough routine affairs - then suddenly, you find your-
6, Count. 11, Venetian. 13, Thrown. 14, Meadow. 15, self with too much time to spare.
Down - 1, Instance. 2, Little. 3, Tennis. 4, Saga. 5, Teller.
Across - 6, Come across. 8, S-E-W-N. 9, T-a-XI. 10, Al-
20, Without fail. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are passionate, intense and with a reputation for be-
I-C-e. 11, Turn. 12, Made clear. 16, M-in-isters. 20, Stew.
10, Severe. 12, Stream. 15, Tender. 17, Irritate. 19, Test.
ing jealous. Your powers of concentration can be remark-
22, Rasps. 23, Wise. 24, Mi(le)-m’I. 25, Tonic water.
Across - 6, Considerate. 7, Punt. 8, Tentacle. 9, Stance.
able and when challenged, you show great reserves of
Down - 1, Sonat-a. 2, Deliver. 3, S-crawl. 4, Ro-sit-a. 5,
inner strength. Make “trust” your keyword. Hard work is
As-set. 7, Ewer-S. 13, (Se)E-on(ly). 14, S-tew-pan. 15,
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9108 stressed over luck. Nothing will come easily, but you will
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Opening hours: 92 Main Street Gordon

Lunch Mon to Fri 12 to 2pm Thursday to Saturday: Friday nights

Saturday 12 to 3pm 12 noon to late Chase the Cash/meat tray
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Sunday 12 noon–8pm
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Tuesday Lunch/Dinner
Locals’ Menu Sunday 11th August
adult meals from $20-$25,
(where everyone is a local) Open Mike kids meals $8
$12 Parmas Available for lunch and dinner
every Thursday
2pm start Friday: Happy Hour 5-7pm, $3.50
Wednesday Lunch/Dinner 2 Courses $32 Saturday 17th August pots, Bar Nibbles and Meat Raffle
3 Courses $37 Murmurs Band Wed, Fri, Sat & Sunday
$12 Pies Full Dinner Menu Available
3 Courses + wine of the week $42 Debut come and enjoy
Live Music: (Most Sundays)
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2 course dinner/
Friday Lunch/Dinner Open: Monday Closed
Mem $40, Non Mem $45
$12 Fish & Chips Peter Brown/ Social Club Tuesday to Saturday 10am–1am
Sunday 10am–11pm
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Ph: 5368 Myrniong 3 Greendale-Myrniong Rd
Ph 5367 2016 17 Main St, Myrniong
(03) 5368 7173
92 Main Street, Gordon Greendale  The Plough Bistro Myrniong
5368 9203 Phone 5368 1355
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Catholic Parish Halletts Way
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the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Information Session
Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Book now for – Garden Mass Times – Saturday 28 May – Springbank 6:30pm.
Group next meet 27/5; Hearing Test, 30/5. For enrolment Sunday 29 May – Bungaree 8:45am; Ballan, 10:30am.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
informationADULT and costs pleaseEDUCATION
call 5368 1934 or email info@ MARKETS
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Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan Lions Club Market
Tuesday 31CALENDAR
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clients. and expertise.
The real estate industry is The REIV will announce
not confined to selling hous- the finalists on 18 September
es: our members include 2019 with the winners re-
property managers, valuers, vealed at a gala event in Mel-
owners corporation manag- bourne on 24 October 2019.
ers, auctioneers and many To find out more about
other specialist fields. the awards, please go
The annual awards recog- to
nise, reward and celebrate awards-for-excellence
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Arbee Real Estate
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Sat 13th July
Photo ID required

4 2 2 6 3 4
Eynesbury 10 Jamieson Court Bed Bath Car
Darley 331 Swans Road Bed Bath Car

A Captivating and Unique Home Private Sale Shee Oak Ridge – 41 acres Private Sale
Alfresco entertaining and spacious family $690,000 - $740,000 Excellent lifestyle property perched high $1,220,000 - $1,320,000
living, this award winning home delivers in Office 2/137 Main Street, above Bacchus Marsh with scenic views to Office 2/137 Main Street,
one impressive package. In a quiet court in Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 the city skyline. Functional floorplan with 6 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
the family-oriented Eynesbury Estate opposite Contact bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, two living zones, a Contact
parklands and wooded forest at rear makes Len Smith 0418 343 754 beautiful deluxe style kitchen, in-ground pool Len Smith 0418 343 754
this quality home the perfect choice. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 & flood-light tennis court. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Sat 13th July Sat 13th July
11.30am-12.00pm 12.15-12.45pm
Photo ID required Photo ID required

3 1 3 3 1 2
Bacchus Marsh 15 Donald Street Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 81 Gisborne Road Bed Bath Car

Cosy Family Home on Large Block - 893m2 Private Sale Renovate, Detonate or Develop Private Sale
This warm and inviting double storey family $510,000 - $530,000 This older style weatherboard home is Forthcoming Auction
residence is situated in a perfect position, Office 2/137 Main Street, located right in the heart of Bacchus Marsh. Office 2/137 Main Street,
set on an impressive 893m2 parcel of land. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Opportunity here to renovate or detonate Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Conveniently located walking distance to Contact Contact
or make an excellent multi unit development
kinder and childcare facility, schools, public Len Smith 0418 343 754 Len Smith 0418 343 754
site. Land size is 1100 sqm.
transport and Village Shopping Centre. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Sat 13th July Sat 13th July
1.45-2.15pm 1.00-1.30pm
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4 2 2 3 2 2
Bacchus Marsh 21 Lone Pine Square Bed Bath Car
Darley 2/10 Fredrick Street Bed Bath Car

Modern Day Family Home Private Sale Well Built 3 Bedroom Unit – 232m2 Land Private Sale
Excellent in design and crafted this home is $470,000 - $490,000 Tucked away in a quiet street is this well built $350,000 - $380,000
tailor-made for modern family living with its large Office 2/137 Main Street, 3 bedroom low maintenance unit. Ideal for Office 2/137 Main Street,
open plan living zones, 4 generous bedrooms, 2 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 the first home buyer, investor or downsizer. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Located close to shops, schools, public Contact
bathrooms and double car garage all set on an
approximate 600 sqm parcel of land.
Len Smith 0418 343 754 transport and freeway entrance to Melbourne Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 & Ballarat. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

4 2 1
Bacchus Marsh 75 Lerderderg Street Bed Bath Car
Darley Lot 25 (No 21) Maddison Circuit

4 Bedroom Home on Lerderderg Street Private Sale Room to Move – 1650 sqm Private Sale
664m2 Land $630,000 - $660,000 Set in the popular Maddison Estate in $460,000 - $490,000
This beautiful north facing home is located Office 2/137 Main Street, Darley and only minutes to Primary Schools, Office 2/137 Main Street,
in one of the best streets of Bacchus Marsh. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Childcare facilities, Shopping Centre & easy Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Walking distance to local parks, schools, cafes, Contact freeway access to Melbourne/Ballarat, this is Contact
Village Shopping Centre and town centre. Len Smith 0418 343 754 an opportunity not to be missed. Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 25 O’Keefe Crescent, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 10 William Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 3 2

Family Home, Great Location! Don’t Dream a Dream – Buy One!

Excellent family home, 3 bedrooms, master with WIR and ENS, Bed Sitting on a substantial 1733m² block right in the heart of town is this
2&3 with BIRs, kitchen/dining/family room, step down formal lounge impeccable 4 bedroom residence. 3 generous sized bedrooms, central
plus rumpus/sunroom, in a sought after location close to the Masons bathroom & solid timber kitchen. Entertaining is easy with seamless
Lane, and walk to the Main Street. Gas heater and a split system air in access to the dining & large family room. Adjacent to the living area is
lounge. Double garage with drive thru, separate single garage and the huge master bedroom with full ens, WIR & French doors leading out
garden shed all set on an approx 880m2 corner block of land. to the north facing alfresco. Flanked by an 11.8m x 4.2m lock up garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $480,000 - $520,000 FOR SALE $980,000 - $1,070,000

NEW LISTING CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 27 Jonathan Drive, Darley FOR SALE 10-12 Boyd Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 1 1

Invest Or Occupy What An Opportunity!

Great opportunity to enter property market, or to add to your portfolio. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on magnificent corner allotment approx.
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 648sqm block with side access & shed 1550m2 & is within walking distance to Main Street. One owner home
to the rear. Conveniently located only 400m from Darley Plaza. built by local builder in 1947 has stood the test of time. Built from solid
Currently tenanted to a long-term tenant at $15,600pa on a month by brick with classic hardwood flooring. Suit buyer looking for renovation
month lease. Contact us today to organise an inspection. project on a large block, or the developer looking to develop the whole
site or to retain the house and pursue further subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $359,000 FOR SALE $740,000 - $770,000


Steve 0475 888 101 Daryl 0409 233 157
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 27 Horder Crescent, Darley FOR LEASE 4/16 Station Street, Maddingley
4 2 1

Room To Move
Situated on a large 1219sqm allotment in the prestigious Elms Estate. 4
bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, BIRs to 2 other bedrooms, & 2
separate living areas. Blackwood timber kitchen fitted with new
cooktop, wall oven & dishwasher. Bathroom with bath & vanity, 2
separate shower rooms & 2 separate toilets. Ducted heating & cooling,
freshly painted, new carpets and window furnishings.
INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $559,000 - $579,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157

FOR SALE 2 Tulloch Court, Bacchus Marsh

3 2 2

Great Family Home, Great Location

This much loved & beautifully presented house is an ideal first home or
investment property, & is also a perfect home for the whole family.
Offering 4 bedrooms, the master has a WIR & full ens, the remaining 3 Central Factory For Lease
bedrooms all have BIRs. The spacious central kitchen has a gas oven & Floor area of approximately 11.8mtrs x 26.7mtrs (315sqm). Long term lease options available $25,500 pa inc GST + Outgoings.
cooktop, a WIP & dishwasher. The family bathroom was recently 3 phase power / NBN / Alarm/ Amenities – toilet and kitchen area. Central location close to the train station and Main street shops.
updated & you have a separate toilet & laundry. Remote roller door. Good access and on-site car parking. Located only minutes from the freeway.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $495,000 - $525,000 FOR SALE $25,000 PA incl GST + outgoings
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Gareth Alexander 0437 046 806

FOR SALE 7 Davies Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3 Luton Court, Darley
3 1 1 4 2 1

What An Opportunity Quiet & Comfortable!

Step inside and experience the quality and neatness of this 3 bedroom, In a quiet court location on a 700m2 block this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom
1 bathroom home. The bright & spacious loungeroom with split system home is ideal for both the first home buyer or young family. Consisting
a/c is adjoining the meals & kitchen area. The kitchen with ample of a lounge room & formal dining area, updated kitchen with electric
cupboard & bench space comes with a gas cooktop & rangehood & WIP. stove, wall oven & a spacious meals area. The master has a WIR & ens,
The master bedroom has WIR & split system a/c & bedrooms 2 & 3 are & remaining bedrooms have BIRs. The toilet is separate from the family
generous in size. Single garage, garden shed & landscaped gardens. bathroom. Ducted gas heating & evap cooling is installed throughout.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $360,000 - $380,000 FOR SALE $445,000 - $465,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Rikki Millington
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 Sales Support
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Trade & Business
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• Farm Fencing
Keemin are a local business in operation since 1984. created in accordance with the Victorian Energy your existing halogen lamps and replace them with
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• Driveways
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27 June 2019
The Ballan Jockey Club mourns the death of Rosemary Stock
Fellows and acknowledges the role of Rosemary
as wife to the Club’s Life Member Brian Fellows. 1114 Doveton St. Nth,
The Club passes on its condolences to all of Brian and Everything!
Rosemary’s extended family. Ballarat
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RIP Rosemary
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Netballers on fire
Bacchus Marsh Netball
Bacchus Marsh Netball Two Bacchus Marsh Fire-
Association tails teams have bagged
the netball silverware after
Results – Junior Grand Finals
being declared champions
Section 1 in both the 11&Under and
Sparks 26 def Fireworks 24 13&Under Grand Final
Section 1 Reserve
Competing in the St Al-
Aces 31 def Zodiacs 24
bans Netball Association
Section 2 the 11&Under BM Firetails
Sapphires 28 def Diamonds 7 defeated the Hurricanes
22-11 with the 13&Under
Section 3
team also defeating the Hur-
Hunters 15 def Super Stars 5 ricanes in their close hard-
Section 4 fought match 23-21.
Little Stars 6 def Fast & Furious 3 The Bacchus Marsh netball
coaches congratulated each
and every squad player
Strike 43 lost Devils 46 for their hard work and
“…. which paid off with
grand final success,” they
said. 11 & Under Firetails.
Shameka Grero (11&U) and
Mia Hayes (13&U) both won
the Most Valuable Player
(MVP) in their grand final
The Bacchus Marsh Firetails
Ballan Golf Club netball will be introducing
Results - Week ending Saturday 6 July a 15&Under squad team
for the Spring 2019 SANA
Wednesday– Men’s & Ladies competition.
Winner - Barry Sims (10) 32 points on c/b from Bob Arklay (6). All teams will be competing
Magpie - 14th Bob Arklay in the Saturday afternoon
competition at Caroline
Saturday – Monthly Medal
Winner Monthly Medal
Kev Lockman 79-13-66.
Best & Fairest
R/Up - Don Wickson 78-11-67. 11&Under
3rd - Vic Buttigieg 94-25-69 on c/b from Tony Ryan 85-16-69. Winner - Shameka Grero
NTPs - 12th Hugh Miller, 15th Les Martin. R/Up – Tia Plummer
Magpie - 18th Kev Lockman. 13&Under
Balls 4, Cut-off 69: Winner - Mia Hayes
Vic Buttigieg, Kev Lockman, Don Wickson, Tony Bonar. R/Up - Milly Vallence 13 & Under Firetails.

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Cobras pass Lakers test joint captain Jake Owen was Youngster Jack Lalor (two The Cobras look set to
the difference in the end. goals) provided the Cobras be buoyed by the return
His four goals and contested with another avenue to of Daniel Burton and
marking was a feature for goal minus Jacob Chisari, the Chisari brothers for
the most part in a typical while a ‘defrosted’ Billy Saturday’s meeting with
‘class above’ performance. Griffiths threatened both in Redan at Maddingley Park.
The 25-year old moved freely the air, and at ground level The third placed Lions,
and gave no indication he every time the Cobras went who have lost their last two,
was suffering the ill effects forward. Given an ounce of will prepare to overcome
of an ongoing leg problem luck, Griffiths could have their own ‘highway travel’
that has hampered him over finished with more than his demons. Redan are winless
recent weeks. Owen was just one goal. in their last six ‘highway
by Todd Whelan the target the Lakers could travel’ meetings dating back
Davey said the acquisition
have done with, after failing of Lalor had been a bonus. to July 2017. While the door
Bacchus Marsh has kept
to capitilise on a superior remains ajar for the seventh
its finals hopes alive with “Jack has been a real find for
inside 50 count (44-41). placed Cobras to claim
a 25-point win over Lake us,” he said.
Davey said Owen was back another scalp on Saturday,
Wendouree at Maddingley “His running patterns and
to his best. they will need to improve
Park last Saturday. The ability to understand the
“It was great to see Jake on their 3.8 to 3.5 pedestrian
undermanned Cobras were way we want to operate
moving with more freedom,” second half in perfect
without five of its regular forward is impressive.
he said. conditions, to match it with
line up to add further merit “Jack also showed he’s
to the win. “When he’s running and 2019s surprise packets.
fearless nature with an
jumping the way he was on Add the return of Daniel
Coach Peter Davey was excellent grab, running back
Saturday, you can see the Burton and the Chisari
quick to confirm the with the flight.”
difference that has. brothers to a spirited
significance and overall Rejuvenated veteran Tyson
importance of the win in the “He was very important for Cobras outfit who’ve made
Shea is playing with a spring
aftermath. us.” Maddingley Park their own
in his step, the 224 gamer
Tom Wardell and Aaron this this year with four wins
“It was a massive win for us looks to be enjoying his footy
Willetts assumed the ruck from five games, they’ve
in the context of our season,” more than ever under new
duties without Burton every reason to be confident
he said. coach Peter Davey. Shea’s
and won the lion share of they can give their next
“We just have to keep work at the coalface and his
clearance out of stoppage challenge on Saturday a real
winning if we want to play uncanny knack of becoming
and hit-outs to advantage. shake.
finals.” ‘a link in the chain’ was
Wardell, especially in Final Score
Reigning Henderson the first half, put himself crucial to denying a Lakers
outfit renowned for their BACCHUS MARSH 4.3-27,
Medalist Daniel Burton into vote calculations,
contested footy. 8.5-53, 9.10-64, 11.13-79
(suspended), Jake Dewinter maintaining his ultra-
(knee), Tom Brownbridge Defenders Simon Lafranchi defeated
consistent form in 2019 and
(season) and the Chisari looked dangerous when and Daniel Veldon led LAKE WENDOUREE 0.6-
brothers (wedding) all rested forward. Willetts on the charge out of defence 6, 4.7-31, 5.10-40, 7.12-54
missed, leaving Jake Owen, the other hand had more to restrict the Lakers to Bacchus Marsh (GOALS) J.
Aaron Willetts and company impact in the ruck than he just seven goals while Owen 4, J. Lalor 2, B. Griffiths
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for thinking the final margin was impressive in clearly his Cobras led the charge across Best): J. Owen, A. Willetts,
flattered the visitors. most selfless contribution of half back with their intercept T. Shea, T. Wardell, S.
Key Cobras forward and the season. marking (11-5). Lafranchi, R. Stuhldrier.

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Ballarat Football/Netball League

Senior Results
Results – Round
– Round 11 11
BFL Ladder
Team % PTS
Club A B C D 19&U E Seniors
Bacchus Marsh 42 45 36 36 27 37
Lake Wendouree 62 51 38 39 45 18 1   East Point..................174.18 36      
East Point 57 64 61 44 23 46 2   Darley.......................135.09 32      
Darley 15 17 24 18 24 1
Melton 28 26 33 29 19 28
3   Redan....................... 119.01 32      
Melton South 51 50 15 31 54 25 4   Sebastopol............... 132.19 28      
Nth Ballarat City 56 32 17 5 39 14 5   Melton......................130.00 28      
Ballarat 37 50 48 34 35 29 6   Sunbury................... 111.59 28      
Redan 38 42 25 22 45 13 7   Bacchus Marsh........123.75 24      
Sebastopol 50 35 41 18 15 19 8   North Ballarat City.....98.71 20      
9   Lake Wendouree.......72.67 18      
10  Ballarat......................62.92 10      
Ballarat Football League 11  Melton South.............35.75 8       
Results - Round 11
Seniors 1   East Point................. 289.16 44      
Bacchus Marsh 11.13 (79) def Lake Wendouree 7.12 (54) 2   Sunbury...................352.99 40      
3   Lake Wendouree.....122.07 36      
East Point 15.9 (99) def Darley 11.11 (77) 4   Melton......................125.58 30      
Melton 10.15 (75) def Melton South 5.3 (33) 5   Redan..........................87.16 26      
North Ballarat City 14.14 (98) def Ballarat 7.6 (48) 6   Ballarat....................... 67.02 20      
7   Sebastopol.................93.25 16      
Sebastopol 16.13 (109) def Redan 9.6 (60) 8   Darley.........................83.36 16      
Reserves 9   Bacchus Marsh..........64.06 12      
10  North Ballarat City....61.65 12      
Lake Wendouree 9.12 (66) def Bacchus Marsh 8.3 (51)
11  Melton South.............45.51 12      
East Point 11.11 (77) def Darley 4.3 (27)
Melton Football 13.12 (90) def Melton South 7.3 (45) Under 19s
North Ballarat City 10.9 (69) def Ballarat 6.8 (44) 1   Redan.......................313.31 44      
2   North Ballarat City...312.58 40      
Redan 5.11 (41) def Sebastopol 5.10 (40) 3   Sunbury................... 182.19 32      
Under 19s 4   Ballarat.....................160.40 32      
5   Lake Wendouree..... 141.31 28      
Lake Wendouree 10.6 (66) def Bacchus Marsh 6.6 (42) 6   Melton......................143.62 24      
Darley 9.8 (62) def East Point 5.7 (37) 7   East Point.................124.42 20      
Melton 20.9 (129) def Melton South 1.1 (7) 8   Darley.......................102.41 20      
9   Bacchus Marsh..........48.04 12      
North Ballarat City 8.11 (59) def Ballarat 8.6 (54) 10  Melton South.............23.81 8       
Photos – Uniform Photography (Blair Dellemijn)
Redan 25.17 (167) def Sebastopol 2.2 (14) 11  Sebastopol................12.44 4       
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Devils miss golden Central Highlands Football League

Results - Round 12

Waubra 23.15 (153) def Skipton 6.9 (45)
Beaufort 15.11 (101) def R’wood/C’hap 5.6 (36)

Dunnstown 9.7 (61) def Creswick 7.12 (54)
Gordon 22.18 (150) def Ballan 1.11 (17)
Buninyong 20.9 (129) def Clunes 9.4 (58)
By Todd Whelan

Darley gave reigning premiers East Point

while in form forward Jake Edwards was
swung into defence, answering the call with
Newlyn 16.11 (107) def Learmonth 4.7 (31)
Springbank 26.14 (170) def Daylesford 6.3 (39) Ladder
Bungaree 11.11 (77) def C’ham/Linton 6.8 (44) Team % PTS
an almighty scare before falling 22-points The Graham brothers clearly had the lions Bye - Hepburn Seniors
shy in last Saturday’s top of the table clash at share of the Devils possession and were
Eastern Oval. able to withstand an obvious physical Reserves  1   Waubra.....................307.19 44      
In the wash up the Devils were simply not presence from the Kangas, especially around Waubra 11.6 (72) def Skipton 7.12 (54) 2   Newlyn.................... 213.07 36      
good enough for long enough, allowing the stoppage. Beaufort 8.7 (55) def R’wood/C’hap 1.1 (7) 3   Buninyong................174.64 36
Kangas to boot the last six goals (straight) East Point coach Jake Bridges acknowledged Creswick 8.4 (52) def Dunnstown 5.6 (36) 4   Gordon.................... 168.60 32      
after the Devils led by 14-points at the nine- just how good the game was. Gordon 17.16 (118) def Ballan 3.5 (23) 5   Springbank.............. 163.92 32      
minute mark of the last quarter. “There was no difference at all (between the Buninyong 21.14 (140) def Clunes 1.0 (6) 6   Hepburn.................. 148.37 28      
Despite the near miss, Devils coach Heath two sides),” he said. Newlyn 15.17 (107) def Learmonth 1.2 (8) 7   Beaufort.................. 130.95 28      
Scotland was clearly disappointed with his Springbank 13.8 (86) def Daylesford 8.2 (50) 8   Skipton.................... 109.79 28      
“It was a real team effort from my boys.”
boys who obviously fell away from the team C’ham/Linton 8.7 (55) def Bungaree 6.10 (46) 9   Bungaree...................87.92 28      
Bridges chose not to comment when asked
plan that had them in a perfect position to Bye - Hepburn 10  Learmonth................ 79.26 24      
of how Darley stacked up against the rest of
upset East Point’s unbeaten run of five games 11  Creswick................... 71.29 20      
the sides he has played this year. Under 18
at home in season 2019.
Devils captain Shane Page brought his Beaufort 6.9 (45) def R’wood/C’hap 5.6 (36) 12  R’wood/C’hap.......... 62.77 12      
“We had the game on our terms for three 13  Dunnstown................70.41 8       
usual effort to the game while Trent Angwin Dunnstown 12.10 (82) def Creswick 3.6 (24)
and a half quarters,” he said.
and Jake Edwards battled manfully in the air 14  Daylesford................ 64.42 8       
The Devils spent 77-minutes either level Gordon 17.17 (119) def Ballan 1.0 (6)
and contained the Kangas potent big men for Buninyong 18.14 (122) def Clunes 3.1 (19)
15  C’ham/Linton............ 55.52 8       
or in front of their more fancied rivals but
the most part. 16  Ballan....................... 42.44 8       
couldn’t seal the deal. Five missed set shots Newlyn 9.4 (58) def Learmonth 7.5 (47)
Scotland is already looking forward to the Springbank 20.12 (132) def Daylesford 1.1 (7)
17  Clunes...................... 44.27 4       
in the opening half would come back to bite
two sides next meeting at Darley Park in
the Devils in the end who cling to second Bungaree 11.9 (75) def C’ham/Linton 6.9 (45)
spot on the ladder ahead of a bunch of five Round 17. Reserves 
Bye - Hepburn
teams breathing down their neck. “They wouldn’t have been far off their best 1   Springbank.............. 192.22 44      
22, while we have a couple to comeback,” he Under 15 2   Buninyong................317.46 40      
East Point managed to keep themselves in
said. Beaufort 7.13 (55) def R’wood/C’hap 2.2 (14) 3   Creswick.................200.50 36      
the game with deep entries on the counter
“We’ll lick our wounds and learn from it. Dunnstown 20.16 (136) def Creswick 0.1 (1) 4   Skipton.................... 145.65 36      
attack and were able to convert a majority
of their goals from inside 20-metres which “We’re still a very young team.” Gordon 21.19 (145) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 5   Waubra.................... 142.47 36      
would only compound the frustration for Youngster Blake Colley (omitted) and Buninyong 27.17 (179) def Clunes 0.0 (0) 6   Newlyn.................... 143.80 28      
Scotland. forward target Casey Young (vacation) will Learmonth 11.6 (72) def Newlyn 7.5 (47) 7   Dunnstown...............151.27 24      
“We were able to execute our game plan for be hoping to return to the side sooner rather Springbank 8.7 (55) def Daylesford 2.6 (18) 8   Hepburn...................111.90 24      
the most part,” he said. than later for the all-important run home. Bungaree 7.5 (47) def C’ham/Linton 3.5 (23) 9   Gordon.................... 154.71 20      
“We will learn some valuable lessons from The Devils will savour their second (and Skipton 20.7 (127) def Waubra 2.0 (12) 10  Clunes.................... 100.73 16      
the loss. last) bye of their season this Saturday before Bye - Hepburn 11  R’wood/C’hap..........98.23 16      
“We’ve seen what happens when you drift their road to finals begins. (Darley’s run Central Highlands Netball League 12  C’ham/Linton............ 75.27 16      
away from the game plan. home - Bye, Sebastopol (a), Melton South Central Highlands Netball League 13  Ballan.......................44.88 12      
“If our players stuck to their task and played (h), Sunbury (a), North Ballarat City (a), East Results– –Round
Results Round12
12 14  Daylesford................ 44.46 12      
out their roles, I’m certain the result would Point (h), Ballarat (h)) 15  Beaufort................... 36.93 12      
Darley’s next match will be on July 20, a Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
have been different. 16  Learmonth................ 39.30 8       
Beaufort 3 8 14 25 10 24
“We know our best is good enough, we can Round 13 showdown on the road against an 17  Bungaree..................41.08 4       
Rokewood 26 7 19 31 42 62
draw plenty of confidence knowing that,” in-form Sebastopol. Bungaree 17 31 44 39 37 42
Scotland said. Final Score Carngham 29 21 17 19 27 36 Under 18
“But this one hurt (the loss), it was really DARLEY 4.2-26, 7.7-49, 9.9-63, 11.11-77 lost Buninyong 18 33 23 46 34 58
1   Springbank..............362.50 44      
EAST POINT 3.2-20, 6.3-39, 9.7-61, 15.9-99 Clunes 11 18 24 18 32 25
disappointing.” 2   C’ham/Linton...........362.03 36      
Dunnstown 44 13 38 29 32 71
The Devils were forced to shuffle their hand DARLEY (GOALS) J. Edwards 2, B. Creswick 1 27 14 21 13 34 3   Buninyong............... 313.90 36      
early after key defender Darren Leonard Graham, D. Leonard, L. Spiteri 1, M. Hanson, Gordon 18 10 16 30 25 28 4   Gordon.....................260.12 32      
was restricted with a quad complaint which J. Ancrum, L. Baker, J. Cadman Ballan 10 27 34 35 40 87 5   Bungaree................ 158.08 32      
would test the resilience and the flexibility DARLEY (BEST) S. Page, T. Angwin, B. Newlyn 3 16 13 34 16 21
6   Hepburn...................307.37 28      
of the chosen 22. Leonard moved forward, Graham, N. Graham, J. Edwards, M. Hanson Hepburn 26 22 30 29 35 79
Skipton 23 24 21 16 26 24 7   Dunnstown.............. 145.91 28      

Tabcorp Park Saturday 6 July

Waubra 3 38 46 42 38 48 8   Learmonth................291.41 24      
Springbank 40 25 33 51 64 88 9   Newlyn.................... 152.78 24      
Daylesford 7 30 22 17 10 7 10  Creswick...................71.67 12      
Bye - Hepburn
11  Ballan.......................33.56 12      
12  R’wood/C’hap.......... 29.41 8       
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 13  Daylesford.................27.24 8       
Seniors  14  Beaufort....................26.11 8       
Marcus Darmody Newlyn.................................... 71         15  Clunes...................... 28.56 4       
Brendan Sutcliffe Gordon..................................... 42         16  Waubra..................... 15.53 0       
Adam Toohey Gordon..................................... 41         17  Skipton....................... 0.00 0       
William Driscoll Springbank............................. 26        
Reserves Under 15
Billie Leskosek Buninyong.............................. 37         1   Dunnstown.............. 910.69 40      
Travis Toohey Springbank............................. 32        
2   Gordon.....................718.18 40      
Rodney Watts Ballan...................................... 30        
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 25         3   Learmonth................477.27 40      
Steven Nicholson Gordon..................................... 23         4   Buninyong............... 400.76 36      
Damon Simpkin Dunnstown............................. 21         5   Daylesford............... 160.39 36      
Under 18s 6   Springbank.............. 366.79 32      
Jimmy Wallesz Hepburn.................................. 39         7   Beaufort..................205.32 28      
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 27         8   Bungaree................ 133.27 28      
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 27         9   Skipton.....................112.55 28      
Jackson Kurzman Springbank............................. 25         10  Creswick.................. 49.91 16      
Angus Stewart Springbank............................. 24         11  Ballan........................49.19 16      
Under 15s 12  Newlyn.....................34.22 12      
Max Filmer Dunnstown............................. 71        
13  R’wood/C’hap.......... 34.83 8       
Tyler Pike Gordon..................................... 46        
Joseph Gregory Springbank............................. 28         14  Waubra..................... 32.06 8       
Cameron Reynolds Gordon..................................... 22         15  Clunes.......................22.12 8       
Saturday 6 July, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 7, Vicbred Super Series (4YO Mares) Final
Levhi Givvens Dunnstown............................. 21         16  Hepburn....................21.42 8       
(Group 1). Winner: Pistol Abbey (2). Trainer: Emma Stewart. Driver: David Moran.
Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV. Matthew Simpson Springbank............................. 21         17  C’ham/Linton............ 19.98 0       
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Toohey takes team to victory

By Rob Fuller Gordon broke the game open in the to the very end and not to rest on the good Dave Young who returned to the club for the
Gordon FNC v Ballan 20-minutes leading to the half time break. standard already achieved. Leading from occasion, and to help out with numbers in
(Murphy/Mahar Shield) Seven goals were added to the Eagles’ the front, Toohey was unstoppable as he the Reserves. Unfortunately, Dave broke his
score line thanks to a dominating midfield controlled the final quarter. Kicking four elbow during the match and had surgery to
Senior coach Ron Watt handed the coaching of Tye Murphy, Ethan Crackel along with goals during the term, which bought his tally repair the injury.
duties to Co-Captain Adam Toohey Taylem Wason, Jordan Clampit and a host to eight for the game. In addition to this he Next week Gordon travel to Clunes where
for Gordon’s clash with Ballan. Toohey of rotating players fed their tall forwards spent time in the defensive half which kept they hope to continue the good form as they
welcomed the opportunity with enthusiasm plenty of opportunities. Along with miserly the Blues to a solitary behind. Young gun head towards another finals campaign.
and success. Not only guiding his team to defensive group including Isaac McCabe, Bailey Colligan kicked two stylish goals as
a 133-point victory, the tall number 7 was Final Score
Gerard Clifford, Caleb Myers and Brad the home side slammed on ten majors to run
also judged best player on the ground, as the Gordon: 1.5-11, 8.9-57, 12.12-84, 22.18-150
Hallam the result was beyond doubt at the out impressive winners. Along with Toohey,
Eagles retained the Murphy/Mahar Shield Ballan 0.6- 6, 0.6- 6, 1.10-16, 1.11- 17
half time break, that saw Gordon lead Ballan best players for Gordon were James Murphy,
at home last Saturday. The Shield honours Gordon Goals - A. Toohey 8, B. Sutcliffe 4,
by 51-points. Ethan Crackel, Isaac McCabe, Caleb Myers
Con Mahar and Kevin Murphy, who served M. Nolan, B. Colligan 2, B. Hallam, J. Clampit
The visitors increased their intensity during and Zac Ryan. Brendan Sutcliffe and Mick
at both the neighbouring clubs and each 1, R. Clampit.
became Life Members of both clubs. the third quarter. Their effort could not be Nolan each kicked four goals in an even
questioned, and they managed to convert display that pleased both Gordon coaches. Gordon Best - A. Toohey, E. Crackel, J.
In perfect football conditions on a near Murphy, Z. Ryan, C. Myers, B. Hallam
perfect oval at Gordon, both teams struggled their first major. However, with each missed Veteran Eagle Mick Kersley played his 250th
opportunity the Eagles pounced and flew game on Saturday. Like his brothers Mark Ballan Goals - B. Runnalls 1.
to find the goals for the majority of the first
quarter. Each team contested strongly and the ball to the opposite end adding another and David, Mick is a true ‘Gordonite’ who Ballan Best - R. Bongart, P. Graham, A.
evenly until Mick Nolan kicked truly from four goals and stretching the lead to an has played all his football for the Eagles and Mullane, H. Bongart, A. Bongart, D. Tanti
the boundary line to register the Eagles’ first imposing 68-points going in to the last. serves the Club off the field in many ways. Kevin Murphy presents the Murphy/ Mahar
and only goal for the term. Coach Toohey implored his team to strive Joining Mick for his 250th game was veteran shield to Gordon Captain Mark Gunnell.

Eagle Veterans David Kersley, Luke Toohey, Gary Busitill,

Kevin Murphy presents the Murphy/Mahar shield to Gordon Dan Callinan, Mick Kersley, Stu Millar and Mark Kersley –
Captain Mark Gunnell and Coach and Best on Ground Mick Kersley (250 games) flanked by brothers David & Mark (Front) Dave Young also helped Mick Kersley celebrate his
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