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Palmer’s candidate silent on anti-vax posts Brodie Cowburn brodie@baysidenews.com.au UNITED Australia Party’s Dunkley candidate Ronald Jean has stayed silent when asked about posts he shared on Facebook questioning the safety of chemotherapy and vaccinations.

On 15 May 2018, the candidate for Clive Palmer’s party shared a number of posts to social media. One was a picture with the words “CHEMO KILLS MORE PEOPLE” next to an IV bag with a skull on it. Another was a photoshopped image of Microsoft founder Bill Gates holding a syringe with a skull on it, standing next to a group of children. A third

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The United Australia Party were asked if Mr Jean’s posts on chemotherapy and vaccinations are in line with the views of the party. Those questions were also not answered before publication deadline. Mr Jean’s Facebook page has been made private over the course of the campaign. Mr Jean’s profile on the UAP web-

site states that he “runs his own naturopathic clinic as well as a chemical manufacturing company.” The United Australia Party candidate is currently being preferenced second on the how to vote cards of Liberal MP Chris Crewther. Mr Crewther distanced himself from Mr Jean’s posts. Continued Page 5

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Man assists police after diver death A 41-YEAR-old Carrum Downs man was arrested in relation to the death of a man who was allegedly hit with a speed boat on 5 May. The man contacted police on 6 May. He was assisting police with their enquiries, and released. The man allegedly hit by a speed boat was struck in the water between Frankston and Mornington on Sunday, 5 May. The Blackburn man, in his twenties, was with another diver just before 1pm when he was allegedly struck by a speed boat. A passing boat picked up the diver and his dive partner and took them to Frankston Pier where they could get

medical assistance. Paramedics arrived at the pier in order to perform CPR on the injured diver, but he could not be revived. He died at the pier. The second diver did not require medical assistance. The death sparked a search for the speed boat driver, who had yet to be identified in the hours following the incident. A police boat and helicopter attended the scene, along with the Coast Guard. Any witnesses are encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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Footballers target disability sport award A FRANKSTON footballer and his teammates are up for the team of the year award at the 2019 Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Awards. 17-year-old Oran Jones represents Victoria as part of the 7-a-side Cerebral Palsy State Football Team.

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BRICK building enthusiasts inspired by the hit Lego Masters TV show can hone their skills and talents by joining Frankston’s Lego Club. The club runs sessions every two weeks to provide a space for Lego lovers to exercise their ever expanding imaginations. The mayor Michael O’Reilly said

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Campaign coming to a close Brodie Cowburn brodie@baysidenews.com.au ONLY days remain until voters head to the polls to vote. Candidates have spent months door knocking, debating, shaking hands, and making announcements. On 18 May the nation will find out who will be rewarded for their efforts, and who will go home empty handed. In Dunkley the scene is somewhat similar to how it was at the last federal election. For the second campaign running, Liberal Chris Crewther will take on Labor candidate Peta Murphy. Mr Crewther came out victorious and replaced outgoing Liberal MP Bruce Billson in 2016, although with a reduced margin. Since then, redistribution has cut the margin even further, making it a notionally Labor seat. Despite needing a swing towards him to retain his seat, incumbent MP Chris Crewther remains optimistic. “With the assistance of a re-elected federal Liberal government that is focused on responsible economic management and building a strong economy, I will be able to continue to deliver the essential services and community support that is required to give locals the opportunities they need to succeed,” he said. “Over my term I have been focused on delivering essential services and infrastructure that break down barriers and build opportunities, and support for organisations in our local community that build a more interconnected and supportive community. “Funding I have secured for essen-

Final countdown: Campaigning for the federal election in Dunkley will soon come to an end. Major party candidates are Liberal MP Chris Crewther (left) and Labor candidate Peta Murphy (right).

tial services and infrastructure includes $228 million for the extension the Frankston Metro Rail Line to Frankston East, Langwarrin and Baxter. It includes $38.5 million towards the building of 800 new free car parks at Frankston, Seaford and Kananook stations, $30 million for upgrades to Ballarto Rd intersections, and$42 million for a new Paediatric Emergency Centre and Health Hub at Frankston Hospital. “To build a more interconnected and supportive community I have delivered the return of City Life Homeless Meals Service at Chisholm TAFE and establishment of other services to assist the needy, funding for sports clubs in our community to upgrade facilities and be-

come more accessible to female players and those with disabilities, and funding for many community groups, including men’s sheds, Legacy, Miscarriage Information and Support Service and local environment groups. “I feel very grateful to live in such a wonderful community that has the best of the city, the country and the coast. It is a community that I am passionate about serving and I have a plan and a vision to see it continue to grow and thrive.” Labor candidate Peta Murphy says she is “ambitious for our community and committed to a better, brighter, fairer future for our country”. “I am a Frankston resident who has spoken with thousands of locals about

the sort of federal MP that our community wants and needs. A vote for me is a vote for more positive politics. I will deliver the health, education and transport projects that our community is calling for. I will be a loud voice for the need to act now to combat climate change and protect our environment,” she said. “I want Frankston to become Australia’s new hub for innovation in health. Peninsula Health, Monash University and Frankston Foundry have teamed up to drive new technologies and models of care in ageing, mental health and addiction. I will support them with funding for a Health Futures Hub and Health Solutions Fund. I know from experience that you don’t want to be worrying about

money when you’re in the fight of your life. I’m proud that Labor will make cancer treatment affordable and invest in our hospitals to cut emergency department waiting times. “Every child deserves the best start in life. Labor will increase childcare benefits and deliver free three and four year old kinder. And I‘m boosting support for every public school in Dunkley. “I will work in genuine partnership with the Andrews state government to deliver much needed infrastructure, including upgrades to local roads, extending the Metro rail line to Baxter, and a new multi-story car park at Frankston Station. “ If successful, Ms Murphy will become the first Labor MP to hold Dunkley since 1996. She would also become the first woman to ever be the member for Dunkley. Since the election was called, neither the Prime Minister Scott Morrison or opposition leader Bill Shorten have stopped by the electorate to pitch their case. The full list of Dunkley candidates as they appear on the ballot paper are: Lachlan O’Connell - Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party, Elizabeth Johnston - Animal Justice Party, Ron Jean - United Australia Party, Peta Murphy - Australian Labor Party, Emily Green - The Greens, Chris Crewther (incumbent) - Liberal Party, Christopher James - Fraser Anning’s Conservative Nationals, Yvonne Gentle - Rise Up Australia Party.

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Bikie’s bird SOMERVILLE Highway Patrol are hunting a motorbike driver who will be able to assist them with their enquiries into a high range excessive speed offence. The driver was spotted driving along Peninsula Link Frankston. The driver of the purple Harley Davidson motorcycle was wearing a purple hoodie with purple pants and shoes. The driver had a tattoo on the back of their hand. Information to Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

Alleged Seaford burglar caught A 33 YEAR old Carrum Downs man was arrested in relation to 13 alleged burglaries in the Seaford area. The man was hit with 28 charges in total, including burglaries, thefts, and a drug charge. The man is alleged to have stolen cash and jewellery from houses between 28 March and 30 April. Police seized cash and jewellery and arrested the man in Carrum Downs on 3 May. The man was remanded to appear at the Frankston Magistrates’ Court on 13 May.

Man with child well over limit A DRIVER with an 8-year-old child on board his car has blown almost four times over the legal limit on Frankston-Dandenong Road. The man was pulled over by police as part of Operation PROBE at around 11.30pm on 7 May. A breath test was conducted and the man was taken to Carrum Downs police station for a second reading. The man returned a reading of 0.238 at the police station, and had his license immediately suspended. Frankston Police Senior Sergeant Warren Francis-Pester said “incidents with these types of readings have the potential to reach out and destroy families and friends.” “This interception may have saved

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Factory fire A FACTORY fire on Rutherford Road, Seaford has been ruled nonsuspicious by police. The fire broke out at 7am, 7 May and was attended by the Carrum Downs response team. It is believed that an electrical fault was to blame. No injuries were recorded.

Boat gone missing OFFENDERS have broken into a garage in Frankston South and stolen a boat. The thieves broke in sometime between 4 May and 5 May and taken the boat. The stolen boat is a Haines Hunter Halfcab white fiber glass boat with the registration Y96906. Information to Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000. Picture: Supplied

Big blaze: CFA attended a large fire on Dunsterville Crescent. Picture: Gary Sissons

Garage goes up in flames POLICE and CFA attended the scene of a fire on Dunsterville Crescent, Frankston, at around 9.30am on 4 May. Frankston Police said a fire broke out in the garage of a duplex, and awoke two people sleeping in the garage. They left and alerted another

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Crime author comes to library AUTHOR Christian White will be speaking at Frankston Library on 22 May, telling all about the experience of writing his novel The Nowhere Child. White said that the book had been over a decade in the making, and that the path to get it published was not an easy one. White worked as an apple picker, food cart driver, bartender, waiter, t-shirt printer, TV show researcher, and a video editor to help support his hobby of writing, which eventually led to work as a screenwriter. From there White was able to get The Nowhere Child published, which has proved to be a success. White will share tips on how to improve writing. He will be at Frankston Library from 6pm on 22 May. Bookings for the free event at library. frankston.vic.gov.au CRIME author Christian White.

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Libs dump Isaacs candidate Brodie Cowburn brodie@baysidenews.com.au THE Liberal Party have disendorsed candidate Jeremy Hearn for the seat of Isaacs in the 18 May federal election. The move came after anti-Islam comments posted online by Mr Hearn were uncovered. Mr Hearn had his endorsement cancelled on 1 May after his comments directed at Muslims were unearthed and published in a front page

Herald Sun story. The comments were first published by Mr Hearn on the website of conservative magazine Quadrant. “How can a person holding such beliefs honestly swear allegiance to the Queen and her government in Australia,” Mr Hearn wrote. “No oath of allegiance from a person following such an ideology can or should be accepted by the Australian government under the current law. They are clearly people of bad character.”

The deadline for nominations has passed, meaning the Liberal Party cannot select a new candidate for the federal election. Mr Hearn’s name will appear on the ballot paper as the Liberal candidate, but he will not have access to the party’s resources. The Times contacted Mr Hearn for comment. Mr Hearn was preselected by the Liberals to contest Isaacs in midMarch. He had previously contested for preselection in the seat of Higgins.

The seat of Isaacs is currently held by Labor MP Mark Dreyfus, who retained it at the last election with a healthy margin of 5.73 per cent. Mr Dreyfus called Mr Hearn’s comments “sickening” and “islamophobic.” “What’s extraordinary is that Jeremy Hearn was ever selected by the Liberal Party of Australia to run for a federal seat,” he said. “This man should never have been preselected by a mainstream policial party in Australia in the first place.”

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2020 Prep Information Evening Frankston Heights Primary School

Tuesday 21st May 2019 7.00pm – 8.00pm An evening to discover the high quality learning opportunities we offer at Frankston Heights Primary School Book now by emailing frankston.heights.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au or phone (03) 9783 4988 At Frankston Heights Primary School, your child will be part of a nurturing community minded school, promoting a positive, safe and supportive learning environment. Our dedicated and caring staff personalise your child’s learning, promoting educational excellence.

FRANKSTON HEIGHTS PRIMARY SCHOOL Respect | Responsibility | Resilience

10 Kalmia St, Frankston 3199 Ph: 9783 4988

Email: frankston.heights.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au

www.frankstonhts-ps.vic.edu.au

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AT Frankston Heights Primary School students are learning for life through innovative, vibrant learning experiences. The school adopts a student centred, personalised approach to learning in a safe, secure and supportive environment. Students feel valued, are given choice, ownership and the tools to explore learning. Student Voice Action Teams from Prep to Year 6 foster children’s input into school decision-making processes. Our school values community participation with a community garden, supporting parent helpers to assist in classrooms, on excursions, camps and in school based programs. School Council actively support a team of experienced and dedicated staff. A supportive parents group known as ‘Friends of Heights’, take an active role in the co-curricular life of the school with organising social and fundraising school events. The school’s mission is to provide an environment that is reflective of its core values: Respect, Responsibility and Resilience. The central concern of the school is the child and the basis of all dealings with each child is that he/she will receive respect, care and concern at all times. We are an inclusive school, where all children are valued and given the opportunity to

participate in achieving their potential through a stimulating, challenging and personalised curriculum. The educational program offered by Frankston Heights Primary School is highly regarded within the community. Emphasis is placed on Literacy and Numeracy, with STEM, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Science, Physical Education and Italian providing a comprehensive curriculum. Enrichment Programs such as swimming for Prep to Year 6, camps for years three to six, excursions and incursions, lunch time programs, such as chess club, whole school productions, HPV Energy Breakthrough, woodwork, archery and bike education, complement curriculum areas across the school. Frankston Heights Primary School is a “Respectful Relationships” school that equally values the personal and social development of every child. Students interact in a social environment that utilises restorative practices and a whole school approach to the prevention of bullying. Relationships are strengthened through wellbeing lessons, buddy programs, student voice teams and leadership programs, calmer classrooms, including mindfulness.


Frankston

property

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TUESDAY, 14 MAY 2019

FRANKSTON SOUTH, FRANKSTON, FRANKSTON NORTH, SEAFORD, LANGWARRIN, CARRUM DOWNS, SKYE

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Sunday, May 19th at 2:30pm at 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings

TERMS 10% Deposit / Balance 60 days. Vacant Possession

VIEW

• AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT THE AGENTS OFFICE

By Appointment

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NEW LISTING FRENCH ISLAND 20 Farm Road • • • • •

Well-fenced 170 acre farmland property including permits to build your dream home Property includes several sheds, shiping container and undercover parking for a caravan Completely off-grid power system and septic system Four dams which are currently full and established gum trees around a private billabong Excellent pasture and a comprehensive orchard, heaps of native wildlife, potential water views and heaps more!

VIEW

By Appointment

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PHIL BOCK

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FOR SALE

Contact Agent

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ON THE COVER

TURN YOUR EVERYDAY INTO SOMETHING SPECIAL BUYERS seeking a seaside lifestyle in a boutique build will not be disappointed with this luxurious townhouse on the cusp of Main Street. Recently completed, the stunning double storey home is easy walking distance to the quaint shops and bustling cafes and restaurants of Main Street, with Mornington’s renowned beaches not far away. Designed by Little Brick Studio and displaying premium fixtures and fittings that set an excellent standard for creativity and style, the splendid interior showcases a lavish open plan design with high ceilings that greatly accentuate the sense of space to vast main living area. Creating an excellent flow, the design integrates the superb internal and external zones perfectly, and the lashings of natural light that spills through the glass sliding doors to fill the space is always a welcome natural addition. There are three bedrooms; the larger downstairs master bedroom is complete with ensuite and walk-in robe, whilst two more bedrooms upstairs both have built-in robes and share the main bathroom with freestanding bath. A spectacular kitchen is highlighted by Calcutta stone-topped benches, beautifully complemented by Smeg appliances that include an oven with 900-millimetre cook top and undermount range hood, plus a dishwasher. Adding to your everyday convenience there is a downstairs powder room and to keep things comfortable throughout the seasons there is ducted heating and split system air-conditioning. Externally, the property is equally impressive with two alfresco decks, and being at the front of the block, their is your own driveway leading up to a double garage with internal access. Boasting a 6 star energy rating, this sensational as new property affords buyers the flexibility of either a glamorous permanent residence or the perfect low-maintenance peninsula getaway.n

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ADDRESS: 1/33 MacDonald Grove, MORNINGTON FOR SALE: $950,000 - $1,000,000 DESCRIPTION: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: Joel Hood 0402 703 236, Joel Hood Property, 311 Main Street, Mornington, 5971 0300 baysidenews.com.au

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL Auction

Wednesday 12th June 2019 at 12pm on site 159 Main Street, Mornington

Double-Shot Opportunity

CORNER THE INVESTMENT MARKET WITH a prominent corner site and handy dual access, this fabulous warehouse investment is set on a 778 square metre block and comprises two warehouses that have been securely leased since the building was first constructed in 1999. The lease extends to 2022, with options, and the current rental return is $45,000 per annum plus GST - the tenant pays all outgoings. Internally, this is a good-size office area and showroom with other external features including plenty of off-street parking and fully-fenced front and rear yards.n

*approx.

Impressive retail shop of 100m2*

PROPERTY ESSENTIALS

Secure 5 x 5 Year lease Leased to long standing tenant ‘Biscottini’ Annual net income of $55,800 + GST Dual street frontage to Main Street and Barrrett Lane 300m2* of Commercial 1 Zoned land, with further development potential (STCA)

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ADDRESS: 104 Watt Road, MORNINGTON FOR SALE: Contact Agent For Price AGENT: Josh Monks 0409 335 179, Nichols Crowder, 1/1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs, 9775 1535

5925 6005 nicholscrowder.com.au

Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562 Tanya Scagliarini 0438 289 859 4/230 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931

For Sale

For Sale

Occupy or Rebuild

Occupy, Invest Or Develop by the Beach

By Expressions of Interest, Closing Friday 31st May at 1pm 51 Mornington Tyabb Road, Mornington

Proposed medical site (S.T.C.A) Building area 230m2* Right amongst car & homemaker showrooms 30-180 day settlement Land area 900m2* Vacant possession

5925 6005 nicholscrowder.com.au

baysidenews.com.au

Expressions Of Interest Closing 29th May at 3pm 5 & 7 Beach Street, Dromana

Two separate titles Total land area: 1496m2* (combined) Ideal mixed use development (STCA) 7 Beach Street: Building area 274m2* *Approx.

Tom Crowder 0438 670 300 4/230 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931

Opportunity to buy one or both Commercial 1 zoning 5 Beach Street: Building area 172m2* Properties being sold with vacant possession *Approx.

Jamie Stuart Tanya Scagliarini 0438 670 300 0438 289 859

5925 6005

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397

nicholscrowder.com.au

4/230 Main Street, Mornington 3931

9775 1535

1/1 Colemans Road, Carrums Downs 3201

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Kingsley Park

2020 PREP INFORMATION NIGHT kingsley park Primary School AT Kingsley Park, students, teachers and parents work together to seek the best education for all children. Students are proud of their learning and aim to achieve their best. Teachers personalise learning to maximise student growth in all areas through the provision of a safe, friendly, stimulating environment. We offer a strong, engaging curriculum along with excellent specialist programs in the Arts, Auslan, Science and Physical Education. Respectful Relationships are expected in all areas at all times. We host a wide range of fun activities including lunchtime clubs, dress-up days and special celebrations, Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day activities, along with the RACV HPV Challenge and a bi-annual Carnival and Colour Fun Run.

Our aim is to develop active learners who are motivated to achieve their best in all areas and are encouraged to develop a lifelong passion for learning. It is our hope that you are eager to embrace the many opportunities that lay ahead as you join us in the journey of your child’s education. I am passionate about the wellbeing and success of every child and ensuring that we provide the very best we can to see them achieve the very best they can. On behalf of the staff, I look forward to sharing an enjoyable and fulfilling time with you as your children develop a love of learning and understanding of resilience, respect and cooperation at Kingsley Park. We wish you years ahead filled with excitement, challenge and personal success. Gill Gray - Principal

Kingsley Park Primary School

RESPECT

EXCELLENCE

RESILIENCE

CO-OPERATION

COMMUNITY

INFORMATION NIGHT WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY, 6.30pm - 7.30pm An open invitation for families to learn about starting Prep at Kingsley Park Primary School. Please join us to meet and hear from our staff and members of our school community.

open morning WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY, 9.30am - 10.30am Join teachers, students and our school leadership team, to tour our school and learn more about the high quality learning opportunities available at Kingsley Park Primary School.

Additional school tours available weekly on Tuesdays from 9.30am.

Call or email to book a tour. Email: kingsleypark.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au

Phone: (03) 9789 0077 Franciscan Avenue, Frankston 3199 www.kingsleypark.vic.edu.au Frankston Times

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WHAT’S NEW...

B.I.T.E Conference – The mustAttend Business Event of 2019

A celebration across all music genres THIS year’s Mornington Winter Music Festival celebrates music across all genres over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. With over 20 venues running live music from Friday 7th to Monday 10th June, it is a full program. With the success of the street program last year, we have added additional music zones on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Celebrated performers this year include the much-loved Pierce Brothers (pictured) performing on the Sunday night at The Grand along with Music Festival favourite Wilbur Wilde returning to The Royal. You can’t celebrate the start of the Queen’s Birthday weekend without a bit of iconic Queen? Book now at The Grand for Australia’s premier Queen Tribute Band who have included Mornington to their Australasian tour calendar. Keeping in the theme of amazing iconic bands, Publican will play host to the Australia’s contribution to our music legends with an AC/DC & Angels on the Sunday night. Jazz and blues have always run though the veins of the festival and this year is no exception. Local favourite Lizzy Gascoigne and her group Kissing Harriet will delight us in a Jazz evening hosted by the Mornington Yacht Club. We welcome Melbourne Jazz Festival artist

Lillian Albazi headlining at Barmah Park and a very special afternoon event at Mornington Cinema, ‘The Sounds of Silent’ a 5-piece Melbourne 1920’s jazz band performing live in front of the classic Buster Keaton silent movie ‘Steamboat Bill Jr’. Call Ian at the Mornington Cinema to reserve your tickets to this unique event. If a gospel choir is more your thing, we have the great pleasure of welcoming one of Melbourne’s must dynamic and successful Catholic Choir ‘Excelsis’ who perform to soldout audiences at both St Patrick’s and St Paul’s Cathedrals. “It’s wonderful to attract such remarkable national talent to the Peninsula and showcase our emerging local singers”, said Bec Davis, Festival Director. “Thanks to the Mornington Peninsula Shire and our Major Sponsors Peninsula Eye Care and Nichols Crowder for supporting this event. Of course, it wouldn’t be possible without the support of all the venues, both large and small, for getting behind this annual winter festival and backing live music all weekend”. Friday 7th – Monday 10th June For the full program visit: www.morningtonmusicfestival.com.au

IMAGINE being in a place filled with business decision makers. The very same decision makers that you’ve been wanting to have a conversation with for weeks, months...perhaps years. Imagine the conversation flowing. Ideas colliding. Thinking expanding. A virtual feast for the mind. Imagine the possibilities an opportunity like this would create for your business. In a word; game-changing. The excitement of the Peninsula business community is brewing in anticipation of the upcoming B.I.T.E Conference, the best city-style business conference in the Greater Melbourne region. Secure your seat this year and buckle in for some serious thought provoking presentations that are bound to give you plenty of new ammunition to get your business firing. This year we welcome more than 12 business leaders spanning across sectors including technology, PR, social media, resilience, leadership, communications, finance and more. You’ll be part of an interactive interview panel of local business movers and shakers hosted by radio legend and marketing expert Jacki Mitchell, plus you have an opportunity to join a rare and strictly limited working lunch with Steve Sammartino, Australia’s leading futurist and indemand global keynote speaker. Part of what makes B.I.T.E Conference so valuable are our four core ingredients integral to success in modern business; Business, Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurial. The acronym ‘B.I.T.E.’ is derived from our four key pillars and are the building blocks for everything that B.I.T.E. Conference stands to deliver. In addition to feasting your mind with keynotes, full exhibition stands and plenty of free stuff, we’ll also be feasting your body with all day premium catering, fresh coffee, smoothies

by our friends at Plover and Bianco Latte gourmet ice-cream, all to keep the neurons firing. Follow that with post-event networking drinks and finger food, you’ll be set for a day brim full of brilliance. 2017 and 2018 were both sell out events! We’re passionate about Australian businesses and the positive contribution they make to the economy. We’re even more passionate about nurturing and growing small business on the Mornington Peninsula and Greater Frankston region. B.I.T.E. Conference is run for a business community purpose, a social purpose as many would call it these days. It is a professionally run, non-commercial conference meaning every dollar we raise through sponsorship is put back into the event for the attendees. Our social partner for 2019 is Second Bite, a not-for-profit organisation who work with over 1,200 community food programs across Australia to redistribute rescued food to those in our community who need it most. This year, we partner with Frankston Arts Centre as the host venue for B.I.T.E. Conference 2019 - The Business Event of the Year. Need more reasons to attend? Take a look at biteconference.com.au to view the full list of guest speakers and conference agenda and Find out why business leaders think the BITE conference is the single most beneficial thing you can do for your business this year. Hurry, tickets selling fast. DATE: 20 June 2019 LOCATION: Frankston Arts Centre INVESTMENT: From $175pp. Group bookings available. Facebook: @biteconference Instagram: @biteconference #investfrankston

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Miss Carmody dislocates elbow in French Island accident THE winners of the recent euchre tournament (Mrs McSweeney and Mr J. C. Murphy,) held in connection with the Returned Soldiers League at Frankston have been presented with the prizes promised for the occasion. The lady received a handsome silver plated toilet set and Mr Murphy with a silver mounted umbrella. The substantial value of these gifts is quite quite in keeping with the well known generosity of the donor – Mrs Maloney of the Pier Hotel. *** THE public of Frankston do not intend Major Conder to depart from the district without showing in some measure the high esteem in which he is held by all classes of the community. On Monday night next a public social will be tendered him in the Mechanics’ Hall when he will be presented with an address from the citizens, and on the following Thursday 22nd inst. he will be entertained at a banquet at the Pier Hotel. Tickets for the latter function are being readily disposed of and to avoid disappointment any one desirous of being present should make early application to the hon. sec. (Mr T. J .McMurtrie) or the chairman of the committee (Cr W. J. Oates.) *** HEARD on the train That the Frankston programme for the Anzac appeal is creating general interest. That the first fixture is billed for to-night (Saturday) in the Frankston Hall. That the “ugly man” competition is being keenly contested. That the supporters of “Mark” are confident of an easy victory. That Mark himself thinks he stands

Compiled by Cameron McCullough ON Sunday afternoon, May 4th a painful accident occurred at Tankerton to Miss A. Carmody, who is a visitor to the island, and staying with Mr. R. T. McGuigan, of “The Springs”, Fairhaven. She was stepping out of a vehicle, when, by some mischance, she slipped and fell backwards, dislocating the elbow. Aid was quickly brought to the young lady, and the elbow put back, which is on the right way to recovery again now. *** TO the funds of the Anzac Appeal the Frankston Progress Association at its last meeting donated £1 1s from its funds. Mr J. B. Jolly the president of the association, personally has added a further £1 1s to the donation on his own behalf. The Progress association has therefore set a good example to other organisations in the town; and the local anzac appeal committee are hopeful of receiving other donanations from public bodies and clubs established in our town. The object of the appeal is truly a worthy one. *** A FINE collection of trophies to be presented to prize winners in the forthcoming Peace Pageant is on view in Mr Dalman’s shop window. There are seventeen prizes in all and Miss Gregory, who made the selection on behalf of the committee is to be complimented on the excellence of her choice. ***

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a very fair chance. That he says he has been waiting for something like this to turn up, ever since he was born. That the public farewell and presentation to be tendered to Major Conder in the Frankston Mechanics’ Hall on Monday night next should attract a large gathering. That the ladies are working enthusiastically and intend making the occasion one worthy of remembrance. That Major Condor is to be banqueted by the Frankston Male fraternity on the 22nd inst. That local arrangements for Peace celebrations have been completed in almost every detail. That the Germans will incur the displeasure of the Committee if they don’t hurry up and sign the Allies Peace terms. That Dandenong has decided to join in with the Peninsula Water supply scheme. That Moorabin Council is enquiring on what terms and conditions water from the Bunyip River scheme would be supplied to the Moorabbin district, and whether the department was prepared to take over the council’s existing scheme. *** MRS Gregory, of “Malunnah”, Frankston, has not been making the progress towards complete health her friends hoped for, and on Wednesday last she entered St. Ives Hospital to undergo a special course of treatment. Mr and Mrs Ed. McComb, who have been suffering from influenza for some weeks, are now well enough to return to their home. Their eldest son, who is in the Chelsea hospital, is not so well, and his condition is still giving cause for anxiety.

Mr Geo. Barnett, who is an inmate of St. Pancras private hospital, is stated to be making satisfactory progress towards recovery. *** SOMERVILLE v. BALNARRING. THE football season was opened here last Saturday when Balnarring defeated the locals by a substantial total. The game, however, was not so onesided as the scores appear to indicate. The Balnarring team contained a number of veterans who played well together and caused Somerville trouble all day. The Somerville lads lacked cohesion and system but being young players that is only to be expected. When a number of their old players are incorporated in the team again improvement will be effected. Somerville players and chief faults were wandering from their places and allowing their opponents to get to the ball first. Instead of racing for the ball, a player would frequently stand back and allow his opponent to get it and then endeavor to stop him. Generally this policy is bad. The Balnarring ruck dominated the game all day, “Tiny” Buckley proving a tower of strength to them. All day he got the ball at the throw in and passed it to a man either in front or behind. This was the chief factor in Somerville’s defeat. The first quarter was fairly even the scores at the conclusion being Balnarring 4 points; .Somerville 1 point. Balnarring had the better of the second quarter and scored 3 goals 1 behind to 1 behind, the scores at half time being Balnarring 3.11; Somerville 0.2.

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Somerville made a rally during the third quarter but could not manage to find the goal opening. They scored 4 behinds to their opponents 2.2., the scores at three quarter time being Balnarring 5.11; Somerville 0.6. Somerville played their best during the final term and although they only scored 1 goal they had the ball within a yard of the goal line on a number of occasions. During the quarter Balnarring bagged 4 goals. The final scores were Balnarring 9.11-65 points; Somerville 1.6-18 points. For the winners Buckley shone out prominently and others to give him splendid assistance were Van Suylan, Perryman and others. For the losers W. Griffiths played a splendid game. Johansen and S. McCulloch put in a lot of valuable work during the day while N. Unthank played very consistently throughout. T. Unthank and W. Lincoln played a fine game until each were crippled. L. Hutchison, W. Thornell, A. Millington also put in good work and will improve each game. J. Sheedy was a bit slow at starting but put in some dash during the latter portion of the game. Smithwick appeared to give satisfaction as umpire and his comment afterwards was that the game was remarkably fair and clean. It is to be hoped that all the games during the season will be played with the same spirit. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 17 May 1919

O N E - D AY E V E N T

B U S I N E S S . I N N O VAT I O N . T E C H N O L O G Y . E N T R E P R E N E U R I A L

Meet the Speakers

EVENT

Want to know why B.I.T.E Conference is so good? Check out our world-class speakers that we have lined up for 2019. Read all about them at www.biteconference.com.au and find out why you simply must not miss this business event of the year.

Steve Sammartino Michael Licenblat Futurist Author Tech Reporter

Resilience Expert

Shannon Smit

Andrew Lauterstein

Founder - B.I.T.E MD, SMART Business Solutions

Olympic Medallist Founder, ENGINE Swimwear

Sharon Kneale

Trent Innes CEO Xero Australia

Susan Wright

Sue Ellson

PR & Communications Q Strategies

Linked In Specialist

Jacki Mitchell

Richard Jeffares

Jim Mullan

Andrew Kerr

Radio Host | Brand Profiler

Founder TWO BAYS Brewing Co

CEO SecondBite

D.I.S.C Profiling Time 2 Talk Leadership

Director Inside Edge

MAJOR SPONSORS

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PUZZLE ZONE

ACROSS 1. Sharply serrated 5. Spaces (between) 7. Proverb 8. Back of neck 9. Article 10. Sports squads 11. Possessors 13. Restore to health

14. Liquid toppings 18. Made home in tree 21. Mast pole 22. Ethnic bias 24. Copy outline of 25. Festive occasion 26. Tired reflex 27. Creative thoughts 28. Prisoner’s room

29. Praises DOWN 1. Minors 2. Adult goslings 3. Moves suddenly 4. Model of virtue 5. Japanese hostesses 6. Prelude

12. Wild grass 15. Placate 16. Cut short 17. Wandered off course 19. Geological age 20. Forceful requests 22. Recycle 23. Church cellar

Puzzles supplied by Lovatts Publications Pty Ltd www.lovattspuzzles.com See page 26 for solutions.

DRAMA

“L'Amante Anglaise is brilliant theatre, pure and simple. Don't miss it.”

L’AMANTE ANGLAISE A BRUTAL murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct onto passing trains below. All except the head. Based upon an actual event, L’amante Anglaise is a beautifully poignant and emotionally powerful portrait of lost passion. This modern classic psychological thriller from celebrated French author, Marguerite Duras, takes you right inside the heart and mind of the perpetrator and is a fascinating and compelling true crime story. Pierre (Rob Meldrum) and Claire Lannes

Cameron Woodhead, The Age

(Jillian Murray) are ordinary human beings leading everyday lives until catastrophe occurs. Over the course of the drama, they effortlessly reveal the beauty and brutality of their inner selves, and create a painstaking portrait of lost passion. Performed exquisitely and directed by Laurence Strangio, L’amante Anglaise is a rare and unmissable work of theatre. Coming to Frankston Arts Centre on Wednesday 12 June, 7.30pm. Tickets are $27-$59 and can be booked online on thefac.com.au, over the phone on 03 9784 1060 or in person.

L’AMANTE ANGLAISE: THE LOVERS OF VIORNE Wednesday 12 June, 7.30pm

This psychological thriller takes you right inside the heart and mind of the perpetrator and is a fascinating and compelling true crime story.

Tickets: 03 9784 1060 | thefac.com.au Frankston Times

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THE MEANING OF EXISTENCE... AND OTHER SHORT STORIES

The Fine Line Between Wrong and Sacrilege By Stuart McCullough OMG. I mean that not as an idle turn of phrase or reflexive response to a stubbed toe or missing the number 67 tram, but literally. Without warning, my ears were assaulted by a malapropism of Biblical proportions. Easter is a significant time of year. So significant that it calls for some Easter-specific television programming. Just as the film ‘Gallipoli’ almost always screens on Anzac Day and no Christmas would be complete without a showing of ‘A Very Brady Christmas’, so too does Easter demand its fair share of attention. But woe betide to anyone who messes it up. I’m looking at you, ABC. Our national broadcaster really ought to know better. It’s been doing this kind of thing forever and really should be able to navigate all our public holidays with aplomb. Except ‘Grand Final Eve’, of course. Grand Final Eve remains a mystery to us all. Granted, the Queen’s Birthday holiday used to be difficult, but the Freddy Mercury biopic has fixed that forever. We were watching television. This, of itself, is not unusual in our house. I’d like to give you the impression that I spend all my down time underlining meaningful phrases in Proust’s ‘Remembrance of Things Past’ while listening to Wagner’s ‘Ring Cycle’ on a loop, singing along in the original German and eating sustainably sourced vegan biscuits that I baked myself over candlelight, but it’s just not true. I’m simply not as sophisticated as I’d like to be. Between shows, there were a series of adverts for upcoming programs. It was, I

guess, intended to build anticipation. It was then that it happened. They were promoting something entitled ‘Countdown to Calvary’. It was a documentary on the life of Christ hosted by Hugh Bonneville to be screened on Good Friday. The show promised to show how a ‘perfect storm of political intrigue,

power struggles and clashing religious passions combined’ to result in the death of Jesus. It sounded like Sunday school meets ‘House of Cards’ but I’m sure it was high quality viewing. The announcer, however, did not do it justice. Rather than refer to the ‘Countdown to Calvary’, she instead

described the program as being the ‘Countdown to Cavalry’. I don’t wish to be accused of nitpicking, but to me there is a world of difference between ‘Calvary’ and ‘Cavalry’. The former is the site at which one of the most significant events in our world’s history took place – the crucifixion of Christ. The latter involves horses and, possibly, the cast of FTroup. Say what you will, but there’s a world of difference between one of the Twelve Apostles and Corporal Randolph Agarn. The promo ended and this remarkable happenstance went by completely unremarked upon. Once, things would have been different and such an atrocity would never be allowed to slip through the keeper. Back in the day, the ABC had a show called ‘Backchat’, the sole purpose of which was to give ordinary Australians the chance to have a whinge with a national audience. It’s what people did before Twitter was invented. They sent in letters that were dutifully read out by Tim Bowden – a man with the patience of a saint. But for reasons that will forever remain a mystery, Backchat was canned in the mid nineties, most probably to make room for additional episodes of Antiques Roadshow. I’ve often wondered why certain television shows are allowed to run amok on particular channels. Channel 11 has ‘MacGyver’ on a permanent loop. The entire channel should be named in his honour. ‘Escape to the Country’ dominates channel 72 so completely that it practically has it on a leash. In fact, it screens so frequently that it makes you wonder

what they’re trying to escape. But Antiques Roadshow is in its own special, omnipresent category of ubiquity. Like a fungal infection, it is gradually spreading right across the national broadcaster and won’t stop until it achieves complete and total supremacy. Clearly, its ultimate aim is to wrangle its way into every available timeslot until the entire ABC network is nothing but wall to wall Antiques Roadshow. It’s getting too much. Matters aren’t helped by the fact that the dog seems devoted to it, so much so that she barely looks up when I enter the room while it’s on. I may well be jealous. For all their faults, I doubt the team from the ‘Roadshow’ ever get their ‘Calvarys’ and ‘Cavalrys’ mixed up. People who wear cravats simply don’t make those kinds of errors. They’d have something to say about it, too. Just like the hopeful who drags the family’s prized heirloom that he genuinely believes has been carted around the world and survived everything from shipwrecks to multiple global conflicts only to discover that it had been given away, free, with packets of Cornflakes in the mid-nineteen seventies and is practically worthless, the voiceover person responsible for this egregious error would be let down ever so gently. That’s the Antiques Roadshow way. Although if she accidentally referred to them as ‘Antique Roadhouse’ all hell would break loose. They’d have to send in the Calvary. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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Sharks hit troubled waters DIVISION ONE

By Brodie Cowburn SORRENTO have suffered their first loss for the season after going down in a shock defeat to the Frankston Bombers. The Bombers had been in shaky form to start 2019 and faced a tough challenge to defeat the Sharks. Playing in front of their home crowd, the Bombers got off to a positive start and by quarter time were up by 16 points. The Sharks bit back in the second term to close the gap to two point, but the Bombers re-established their buffer. Sorrento worked hard in the final term to whittle the margin back to six points, but eventually they ran out of time. The Bombers claimed victory 10.12 (72) to 10.6 (66). Leigh Poholke was prolific in front of goal for Sorrento, kicking four goals. His tally for the year stands at 27, putting him comfortably on top of the goal kicking table. At Eric Bell Reserve, Pines had more success keeping their unbeaten record for the year intact as they took on Frankston YCW. The Stonecats struck first in a scrappy contest and went into the first break ahead. The Pythons struck in the second term and established a comfortable 20 point lead, and were able to keep the Stonecats out of reach for the remainder of the game. Guy Hendry was at his best for the Pines, booting three goals in a low scoring affair. His Pythons side took the chocolates 8.13 (61) to 6.10 (46). Dromana continue to impress in the

MPNFL first division, scoring another big win for 2019 to cement their spot as a finals contender. Edithvale-Aspendale played host to the Tigers at Regents Park, and were looking to correct the curse after a disappointing start to the season. Both sides traded blows in an even first half, with the Tigers up by just a goal at half time. Dromana extended their lead to 11 by three-quarter time. Although EdiAsp were within reach, they were overrun in the final term. Dromana piled on five goals to one and secured the win 8.14 (62) to 14.15 (99). Sam Fowler was best afield for Dromana, booting three goals. Ethan Johnstone also put three goals on the board. Bonbeach played host to Mt Eliza in what turned out to be a scrappy contest. Both sides scored one goal between them in the first term before Bonbeach got out to a 17 point lead by half time. Mt Eliza cut the lead back to three points heading into the final term, but the Sharks kept their cool. Bonbeach defeated the Redlegs 9.6 (60) to 6.11 (47). The win puts Bonbeach up to fourth on the ladder. It was another tough day at the office for Mornington, who are now 0-6 to start the season. The travelled to take on Rosebud. The Bulldogs got off to a poor start with a goalless first term and never recovered. Rosebud were victors on the day, defeating Mornington 13.11 (89) to 7.8 (50).

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By Brodie Cowburn KARINGAL are now 7-0 to start the 2019 season, but only after suffering a massive scare against a brave Tyabb side on Saturday. Tyabb have struggled this year, only recording one win all season so far. Up against the rampaging Bulls, the Yabbies were massive underdogs. Despite the challenge facing them, Tyabb proved up for it with a massive performance. The Yabbies led all day and led by 20 points at three-quarter time, in pole position for a victory. With their backs to the walls the Bulls would need a huge last term performance to claim a comeback win, and they delivered. Karingal held Tyabb goalless in the last quarter, and were able to scrape home in a thrilling one point victory 9.10 (64) to 9.11

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(65). Marc Holt had another good game for his new side, kicking four goals. Although the loss will be tough to swallow, there were plenty of positives for the Yabbies to take out of their valiant effort. At Belvedere Reserve, Hastings got back on the winners board in a tight contest against Seaford. Both sides led at different points in a see-sawing contest. Up by nine at three-quarter time, Seaford looked to be in a good position to claim the win. Hastings were impressive in the final quarter and did enough to drag themselves over the line. They claimed victory 13.10 (88) to 13.16 (94). In the absence of Brendan Fevola, Luke Hewitt found the scoreboard with three goals for the victors. Red Hill hosted Devon Meadows as they looked to extend their excellent run of form. The Hillmen have been dominating teams as of late, and after holding Devon Meadows to just one goal in the first half looked as if they might continue that run. The Panthers held their own in the second half and stopped the contest from blowing out to a massive defeat. Red Hill still did more than enough to get the job done though, as the secured the four points with a 10.19 (79) to 5.4 (34) win. Aidan Marchesani was best

afield for the Hillmen. The win cemented Red Hill as the best defensive outfit in the competition. A four goal performance by Curtis Bywater has helped Chelsea secure a comfortable 60 point win over Rye at Chelsea Reserve. The Seagulls got things started on the right foot with an eight goals to one first term. From there Rye had no way back into the game. The Demons ended up defeated in a 15.16 (106) to 6.10 (46) loss. Langwarrin had a brilliant afternoon at Lloyd Park, hammering Pearcedale by over 100 points. Pearcedale could only manage one goal for the whole afternoon and couldn’t stop the Kangaroos’ onslaught. Jesse Murphy and Zach Andrewartha kicked four majors apiece and their side won the match 17.20 (122) to 1.6 (12). It was also another tough afternoon for Crib Point, as they were smashed by Somerville at Somerville Recreation Reserve. Somerville put 21 goals on the board and Crib Point could do nothing to stop them. The final score read Somerville 21.16 (142) to Crib Point 5.1 (31).


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Maizels takes over at Southern SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie MELISSA Maizels is the new senior coach of Southern United. A fortnight after joining the struggling NPLW club the former Melbourne Victory, Perth Glory and Canberra United goalkeeper replaced Washington Castillo late last week. “I didn’t come here with the intention for this to happen but when this opportunity came I had to take it because it gives me the chance to effect as much change as possible and hopefully be part of the resurgence of Southern on the peninsula,” Maizels said. “I think Southern has suffered enough.” Administrative, coaching and player upheaval have plagued the club for the past two years. Last season it finished on the bottom of the league with just one point and five goals to show for its endeavours while conceding 188 goals. After 11 games this season Southern has no points, two goals for and 114 against. It’s tempting for Maizels to make wholesale changes to the senior squad but that’s unlikely. “I understand that Southern prides itself on its culture and that is something I want to maintain,” she said. “We definitely need to bolster our squad but I’m only interested in players who fit in with our culture. “I want good people because good people make a good club.” Maizels expects “a couple” of new players to train with Southern over the next week or so and “beyond that I’m planning to have some conversations with players to see if they want to be part of something that’s a little bit special.” Southern may soon have two venues it can call home. It is a co-tenant at Monterey Reserve with Frankston Pines, a venue set for a $3.9 million makeover and a co-tenant at the developing multi-million dollar multi-purpose facility at Wedge Road in Carrum Downs where work is underway on a fully floodlit synthetic pitch. “Any player that wants to be a part of that is a player I definitely want to talk to,” Maizels added. In NPL2 news Langwarrin had one of its best results of the season when it defeated Melbourne Victory 1-0 at Lawton Park on Saturday. Two superb through balls from Langy defender Luke Goulding in the first half set up scoring opportunities for Roddy Covarrubias then David Stirton but neither player capitalised and in the 30th minute Victory’s Yazid Said pounced on a defensive error and laid the ball off to Stefan Ristic whose low shot struck the inside of the near post and rebounded across the face of goal before being cleared. Both Victory players featured in a remarkable piece of goalkeeping from Langy’s Fraser Maclaren three minutes later when he saved Said’s close-range effort and recovered in time to block Ristic’s attempt from the rebound.

Southern switch: New Southern United senior coach Melissa Maizels.

The pivotal moment in a good footballing contest came in the 67th minute when Wayne Wallace’s cutback from the right of the area fell to the incoming Jordan Templin and he made no mistake from 10 metres. The win followed Langwarrin’s FFA Cup success last Tuesday night when it defeated State 5 opponent Waverley Wanderers 6-2 at Anderson Park. Langy led 4-2 at half-time thanks to a Covarrubias hat-trick and a Stirton goal. Stirton added to his tally in the 56th minute and an Alex Van Heerwarden cutback from the left in the 80th minute was slotted home by Luke Burgess at the back post. Langwarrin has drawn NPL heavyweight South Melbourne in the next round of the cup. In State 1 news Mornington hosted promotion contender Richmond last weekend and despite playing against 10 men for the majority of the contest had to settle for a 1-1 draw. The result put a dampener on the opening of the new verandah viewing area at Dallas Brooks Park and although Mornington welcomed back Sam Scott from injury and Josh Valadon from suspension its attacking stocks were depleted due to the transfer of Liam Baxter to Mazenod Victory and hamstring injuries to Amir Osmancevic and Nick Waite. Richmond’s inability to cope with a Sammy Orritt cross from the right in the 12th minute allowed Mornington midfielder Kane Bentley to open the scoring at the near post with a low strike. Richmond keeper Rani Dowisha was sent off just before half-time for deliberately handling outside his area. Mornington passed up gilt-edged chances to seal the issue and in the 97th minute Richmond’s Zois Galanopoulos turned on the edge of the area and struck a low shot through a sea of legs to snatch an equaliser. In State 2 news Peninsula Strikers had to settle for a 1-1 away draw

against Knox City on Saturday despite bossing the second half of the contest. Strikers’ goal came from a John Prescott penalty in the 16th minute with Knox equalising nine minutes later through Mohammed Rasuli. In State 3 news Skye United beat title chasing Collingwood City 3-2 at Skye Recreation Reserve last Friday night. This was a cracking contest and Skye started in style hitting the front in the 9th minute when Billy Painting stole in at the back post to strike home a free kick. A shove on Aaryn Rix in the 22nd minute earned a penalty and Daniel Walsh made no mistake from the spot. Skye was closing down opponents well and right on half-time Mark O’Connor made it 3-0 when he pounced on an ineffective clearance to hammer home a half-volley from just inside the area. Collingwood talisman Pat Makris was tripped in the 49th minute and converted the resultant penalty to make it 3-1. In the 66th minute Saj Sugrim failed to cut out a pass that sent Matt Richardson clear on the right and his low shot was parried by Skye keeper Jonathan Crook into the path of the incoming Michael Swimmerton who made no mistake from close range. Rix had two chances to give Skye breathing space but failed to convert and Stephen Mahon’s low shot in the 71st minute was just wide of the far post. Injury time was frenetic as Skye desperately tried to run down the clock and in the 96th minute the final whistle blew to signal the club’s best league result of the season. Fellow State 3 outfit Frankston Pines lost 3-2 away to Ashburton United last weekend despite leading twice. Pines’ goals came from Joe O’Connor and Jason Bradbury. In State 4 news Baxter won 2-0 away to Keysborough on Saturday to record a third straight win.

Nat Daher put Baxter ahead in the 26th minute beating two opponents then curling the ball into the top lefthand corner of goal. Four minutes before half-time Lewis Gibson made it 2-0 from the penalty spot after Nathan Yole intercepted a poor back pass but was dragged down by Keysborough keeper Eric Babiak. James Foster was a standout for Baxter with some superb saves while Daher received a second caution in the 65th minute and will miss this weekend’s home clash with promotion hopeful Noble Park United. Meanwhile Seaford United lost 3-1 away to Noble Park United last weekend. Harry McCartney reports that Seaford struck first through a Dylan Waugh header in the 22nd minute but a mix-up between goalkeeper Anthony Madafferi and Dion Brown gifted an equaliser to Nemanja Salamandic in the 31st minute. A botched clearance fell to Alex Djukic in the 40th minute and his sidefoot volley put the home team ahead. Seaford was caught on the break in the 75th minute and Leigh Karavasil raced clear before lobbing the stranded Madafferi to complete the scoreline. In State 5 news Somerville Eagles had a 2-0 away win over promotion rival White Star Dandenong last Friday night. Big spending White Star struggled to create chances against a superbly organised Eagles outfit with Matthew Swanson and James McKenzie forming a formidable defensive barrier. It was a tense affair and it took until the 72nd minute for Somerville to break the deadlock when co-coach Dave Greening was first to react to a shot from the outstanding Charlie Conrath that struck the bar. Greening buried the rebound with a side-foot half-volley from 10 metres. Emotions spilled over in the 79th minute and Somerville substitute Joel Wade and White Star’s Peter Papado-

poulos were sent off. The issue was settled in the 84th minute when Carlo Cardoso sent Greening down the wing and he cut inside before laying the ball off to Mark Pagliarulo. The big Scot beat his marker and another defender before sending an unstoppable drive into the corner of goal then letting the White Star fans know all about it as Eagles’ players and supporters celebrated. The win was particularly satisfying for Greening who took to Facebook to describe the emotion: “After receiving dog’s abuse for 70 plus minutes from large sections of the crowd and opposition players, there is no better feeling than scoring and setting up another for your strike partner to win the game, silence the critics and have the last laugh.” Aspendale Stingrays had a 3-2 away win over Hampton Park United last weekend. The visitors got off to a flier with a Kenan Nuhanovic strike in the opening minute after an Adrian Pace cross wasn’t dealt with by Hampton Park keeper Dusan Hak Mandic. A Ryan Mravljak header in the 20th minute made it 2-0. But Hampton Park hit back with goals from Milad Juma and Mohsen Chehimi and it was 2-2 at half-time. Teenager James Macnab nabbed the winner in the 70th minute with a close range strike following a superb Ben Garside cross and the Stingrays endured a tense 20 minutes until the final whistle. Aspendale’s best were Jack Lindsay, Peter Dimopoulos and Pace. Rosebud won 2-1 away against Knox United last weekend with goals from Blake Hicks and Beau Sharp. It was an eventful afternoon for Hicks who took over in goal after Rosebud keeper James Cinar was sent off in the 63rd minute with Rosebud leading 2-0. Two minutes later Robert Taylor reduced the deficit but Rosebud held on for a win that takes it into the top half of the table. Please note that Rosebud’s clash with Somerville Eagles at Olympic Park, which was to be one of the upcoming round 8 fixtures, has been rescheduled so check Football Victoria’s website and club social media posts for the new date for this much anticipated local derby. This week’s games: SATURDAY, 3pm: Moreland City v Langwarrin (Campbell Reserve), Peninsula Strikers v Brandon Park (Centenary Park), Skye Utd v South Yarra (Skye Recreation Reserve), Frankston Pines v Diamond Valley Utd (Monterey Reserve), Seaford Utd v Sandown Lions (North Seaford Reserve), Baxter v Noble Park Utd (Baxter Park), Aspendale Stingrays v Bunyip District (Jack Grut Reserve). SATURDAY, 7.30pm: Geelong Galaxy Utd v Southern Utd (Stead Park), SUNDAY, 6.20pm: Beaumaris v Mornington (Beaumaris Secondary College).

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Kah-Begg combination continue winning strike rate By Ben Triandafillou FORMER South Australian jockey, Jamie Kah, continued her successful strike rate with Mount Eliza-based racehorse trainer Grahame Begg by claiming a winning double at Sandown on Wednesday 8 May. The winning combination bought up their fourth victory from just nine runners (44 per cent strike rate) this season as up-and-coming fillies Global Sanction and Vanuatu respectively took out races two and five at the midweek meeting. The four-year-old Sebring mare, Global Sanction, kicked off proceedings with a gutsy last-to-first victory

come travel sickness from her threeyear-old season, Begg was stoked to see Global Sanction back to her best. “Her form in the spring was a bit indifferent but I think the key with her was to just space her runs,� Begg said post-race. “She came back and ran really well over 1200m. It was a tad short first up this time around, and we picked this race out for her. She found the line well and she (Jamie Kah) rode her extremely well.� Global Sanction has solely been trained out of the Jonathan Munzowned Pinecliff property which has made all the difference according to Begg: “It suits her needs perfectly and

Hands and heels: Jamie Kah guides the Grahame Begg-trained Global Sanction to victory at Sandown on Wednesday 8 May. Picture: Supplied

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“She’s a very talented filly,� Begg said. “Her first up run for us when she ran third behind the filly that went on to win the Bendigo Guineas (Mystery Love) was a very good form race and I’m sure this filly has got a bit of upside. “We went back and had a good look at her pedigree, and we thought well maybe the 1800m may have been a bit far for her so that’s where the whole idea of getting her back in distance came from.� Vanuatu is now likely to have one more run in Victoria before potentially heading up to Queensland for the later end of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival.

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Position is Mon – Fri 8 am – 5 pm Resumes with covering letter detailing why you would suit this position to hr@replas.com.au Feel free to peruse our website www.replas.com.au

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BOAT 5.2m fibreglass, 75 hp Evenrude, motor 4 yrs old has done 40-50 hours of running, good safe fishing boat, reg. $5,900. Mt Martha Ph: 0408 551 523

HOLDEN ASTRA 2003 Reg RMZ472 One Female owner from new. With full service history from new. This low 150,000klm well kept little economical car is in excellent condition, would be a great 1st car or runabout. Leather int, Automatic, Full Elect, 4 new Michelin tyres. Comes with RWC and Rego $4250. Phone Allan 0407 505 040.


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Available at Frankston Subaru on selected new 2018 and 2019 Outback models sold between 1/4/2019 - 31/7/2019 and delivered by 31/7/2019. 1. Price is the manufacturer’s recommended retail driveaway price (RDP) on a new car. Final on road costs may vary according to individual circumstances and from dealer to dealer. Offer excludes Government and Business Rental Buyers. 2. For full warranty terms and conditions visit www.subaru.com.au/warranty or call 1800 22 66 43. LMCT 11270 Frankston Times

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