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Police nab alleged con man Brodie Cowburn FRANKSTON Police have charged a 26 year old man in relation to an alleged scam being run out of Seaford. Police attended a property on the Nepean Highway, Seaford at around 3.30pm on 11 March. Four men from

Ireland were taken into custody at the scene, with three of those later released without charged. One man was charged with obtaining property by deception and state false name. Frankston Police Detective Acting Sergeant John Melhuish said “we have been conducting an ongoing investigation for a few days now. We have been engaging with interstate police

and also border force as part of that investigation. While we were investigating one single report of deception committed in the Seaford area, I was surprised at the apparent extent of this issue across the city.” “After the media attention we got last week, the amount of information flooding in relating to these types of incidents was quite staggering. We

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FRANKSTON Council has given a tick of approval to the relocation of a 25 metre high illuminated advertising sign by Karingal Shopping Centre. In moving the sign to a new position closer to the freeway, it was agreed that there would be no use of the previously approved LED lights for the sign. Cr Colin Hampton argued in favour of issuing a permit. He said “the sign itself is being moved closer to Mitre 10. By taking away the LED it will not be as bright and will not affect the community as much.” “With the money this organisation is putting into Karingal Hub I think they should have the opportunity to promote their business.” Cr Steve Toms called the sign “obnoxious” and said “the sheer size of this enormous sign, the first like it in the city of Frankston, sets a dangerous precedent”.

Brodie Cowburn TWO brave young students at Rowellyn Primary School in Carrum Downs have chopped their locks to raise money for the World’s Greatest Shave. Year 6 school captain Charlotte Nation and Austin Ralston both decided they wanted to do their bit to raise money to help cure blood cancer. Between the two of them they have helped raise around $5000. Rowellyn Primary student wellbeing manager Karen White said that everyone at the school was tremendously proud of the two young students. “They both decided they wanted to do it themselves. These guys have done it off their own back, and when we became aware it was happening we thought that doing it at school would be a great opportunity,” Ms White said. “School is a great community so we thought we should have the head shave take place here. We’re also having a crazy hair day too to support them, with any money raised going towards the World’s Greatest Shave. They’ve raised around $3000 each off their own back. Family and friends watched on 15 March to see the two youngsters get their hair shaved. Ms White said that for year 5 student Austin, the cause of helping cure blood disease was close to his heart. “Austin lost a close family member of his quite recently, so it will be quite an emotional day. It will be very

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Cut off: Rowellyn Primary School students Austin Ralston and Charlotte Nation had their heads shaved to help raise money to cure blood disease. Picture: Yanni

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New youth mayor ‘up for the challenge’ Brodie Cowburn NEWLY appointed youth mayor of Frankston Aaron Quarrell said he is “happy and honoured” to have been given the role. Mr Quarrell, from Frankston North, was made the second youth mayor of Frankston on 12 March, taking over from outgoing youth mayor Gerard Felipe at the end of his one year term. “I’m really happy and honoured for this opportunity, but it’s definitely outside my comfort zone. It’s an enormous responsibility, but I’m up for the challenge and looking forward to learning as much as I possibly can about how local government works,” Mr Quarrell said. “I’m passionate about engaging youth with education opportunities, tackling youth drug and alcohol dependency, and continuing council’s great work promoting Frankston as an inclusive and diverse city. “My hope is that at the end of my 12 month term, I will have grown personally, and gained skills that will help me build a successful career in the future.” The mayor Michael O’Reilly said “the youth mayor role is an opportunity to learn about local government, gain priceless mentoring from council and officers, and develop valuable leadership skills.” “It will be Aaron’s job to work with our city’s youth councillors, and present to Council recommendations on how we can continue to improve our youth services and initiatives,” he said.

No quarrels for Quarrell: Former youth mayor Gerard Felipe hands over the title to Aaron Quarrell. Picture: Supplied

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Labor candidate to be questioned over education QUESTIONS from the community on education will be welcomed at an Education Forum at Patterson River Secondary College on 27 March, 5pm 6pm. The event is hosted by Fair Funding Now, an initiative of the Australian Education Union. It will run from 5pm - 6pm. Labor candidate Peta Murphy has confirmed she will be attending. Dunkley MP Chris Crewther will not be in attendance. He said “it is not a neutral apolitically organised forum. I’m not going to walk into what is a set up organised by a group whose simple aim is to rid me from the seat.”



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Five drivers caught on meth SOMERVILLE Highway Patrol caught five people in Frankston overnight on Tuesday 12 March driving with drugs in their system. A 30-year-old woman was pulled over on Skye Road at little before 11pm and tested positive for methamphetamine. Police said she was also a learner driver driving unaccompanied and without her L plates. Just after midnight, a 39-year-old man also tested positive for meth at Excelsior Drive, Frankston North. Half an hour later a 24-year-old man tested positive to methamphetamine in Klauer Street Seaford. The man’s license was found to be suspended and his vehicle was impounded. At 3.07 am a 37-year-old man was intercepted and tested positive for meth on Coprosma Avenue Frankston. At 4.22am in Seaford, a 38-year-old man was found with meth in his system. Police said that all drivers on a first offence will face losing their licenses for a minimum of six months, as well as a $484 fine.

Man blows over A MAN found asleep at the wheel on Cranbourne Road near the Frankston Freeway at 5pm, 12 March has had his car impounded and been charged with multiple drink driving offences. The 35-year-old Langwarrin man was allegedly driving with a suspended license. He was taken by police to Frankston Police Station where he returned a breath test reading of 0.177. He will face the Frankston Magistrates’ Court at a later date. Bad time for a nap: A Langwarrin man found asleep in his driver’s seat had his car impounded.

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Gumtree sale gone wrong A 24 YEAR old Frankston man was arrested in Hastings on 11 March after a series of alleged car thefts. Frankston Crime Investigation Unit Detective Sergeant Luke Holmes said the man had

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been “prolific in his offending in the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula area.” It is alleged that the man would meet up with people looking to sell their cars on the website Gumtree, and ask to test drive their cars. The man would then drive off. Police allege his offences occurred in the Frankston, Seaford, and Hastings areas between 19 February and 11 March. The man allegedly would use the stolen cars to commit petrol drive offs and drive away from shop thefts. Police said they attempted to arrest the man on 8 March and initiated a pursuit. Police allege he was driving erratically and drove around spike strips before the pursuit was called off. He was arrested on 11 March and will face Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 21 March. All vehicles were recovered. Det Sgt Holmes said “this is a warning for anyone offering test drives of cars, always ask for ID. If it feels like it’s not quite right, walk away.”

A 74-YEAR-old man has been charged with historical sexual offences, with one of his alleged offences occurring at a hospital in Frankston. It is alleged he committed a series of assaults across a Frankston hospital, a Clayton university, a Glen Waverley Street, and an Altona home between 2013 and 2016. On 15 March Westgate Sexual Offence and Child Abuse investigation team detectives charged him on summons with sexual offences including multiple counts of sexual, indecent and common law assaults. He will appear at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 3 May.

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Appointments to biosphere board DAVID Cross has been appointed to the board of the Western Port Biosphere. Mr Cross has been chair of the Frankston High School council; chairs the Frankston Environmental Friends Network and convenes the Frankston Nature Conserve Reserve Guardians. “The strong background in governance that he brings, along with his broad networks across the Frankston community, will be of great value as the biosphere strengthens its role in seeking to balance conservation and development in the Western Port region,” biosphere board chair Duncan Malcolm said. The biosphere’s board includes former local government leaders, a farmer, senior public service staff, strategic planners and others with experience in not-for-profit organisations. Mr Malcolm said the mayor of Mornington Peninsula Shire, Cr David Gill has stood down from the board “to concentrate on performing his mayoral duties”. He will be replaced by Frankston councillor Quinn McCormack. Executive officer Greg Hunt will represent the Western Port Biosphere at the forthcoming conference of Australian biospheres in Maryborough, Queensland. “Representatives of Australia’s nine biospheres will be in attend-

ance. We plan to develop a stronger collaboration across the network and establish a more formal relationship with the Australian government. “After all, they endorsed our being granted a charter by the Paris-based organisation. In recognition of the work we do, UNESCO is sending an observer from Paris to this conference,” Mr Hunt said. Details about the Western Port Biosphere Foundation and its projects are at and on the biosphere’s Facebook page.

Labor powers up for Baxter train line LABOR candidate for Flinders, Joshua Sinclair, has moved quickly to climb aboard the electrification of the rail line to Baxter project. With the results of a $3 million federal government-financed business case due soon, Mr Sinclair last week “reaffirmed that a Shorten Labor government will move quickly to deliver the much-needed Frankston to Baxter rail upgrade”. “A federal Labor government will electrify and duplicate the track [from Frankston] to Baxter, giving commuters better access to high quality public transport and park-and-ride options,” he said. “Shadow Infrastructure Minister

Anthony Albanese said the project was part of Labor’s commitment to increase public transport services around the nation, including between capital cities and regional centres.” Mr Sinclair said the state government business case would look at the route, the level crossing removals required, stabling options, and park and ride facilities at Langwarrin.

Help avoiding possum deaths WILDLIFE carers say the deaths of hundreds of possums earlier this month could have been avoided if suburban gardens were made more wildlife friendly. The aftermath of successive days of high temperatures will see young orphan possums needing care for months to come. Wildlife carers and educators Janet Wheeler and Paula Rivera, from Living with Wildlife, say gardens can be easily modified to provide wildlife with food, water, shelter and “pathways to find a mate”. Their organisation Living with Wildlife will hold a free Gardening for Wildlife workshop 10am-midday this Saturday (23 March) at Karingal Place Neighbourhood Centre, 103 Ashleigh Avenue, Frankston. “With displays, presentations, take home information and an arborist to chat to those attending will learn simple ways to attract and support our local native wildlife” Janet Wheeler said. The workshop is part of Frankston Council’s Greening our Future program and bookings are essential at:

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In safe hands: Volunteer Marine Rescue crews tow the stricken Devil Cat back to Patterson River. Picture: Supplied

Trio rescued from bay THREE men off Carrum were lucky a boat was passing when their five-metre Devil Cat sank one kilometre from shore, Sunday 10 March. Water was flooding both hulls and the boat was almost under when the trio of work colleagues jumped overboard and were picked up about 11am. The rescuing skipper, David Garrett of Pearcedale, reported the incident and stood by as Volunteer Marine Rescue vessel AK1 arrived from Mornington. VMR Mornington’s Tim Warner said “all occupants were found to be wet and shaken ... but in good health”. With the upturned vessel getting closer to sinking, AK1 skipper Sean Whelan asked Mr Garrett to take the shivering trio to shore while his crew of Chris Wynne, Alec Owen, Stu Dunlop, Bob

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Disability advocate recognised for work Brodie Cowburn EDITHVALE resident Emma Gierschick has been recognised as Kingston’s Woman of the Year for her work advocating for children with disabilities. Ms Giershick’s work pushing for reform is a deeply personal one, as she was spurred into action by her daughter who was born with down’s syndrome. She also has spent half a decade campaigning against family violence after a personal experience. “I’m a family violence and disability advocate from a family violence background. My daughter was born with down’s syndrome and when we left the violence I stumbled across one national oversight, which was a lack of support for kids with disability. There is a lack of acknowledgement on all government reports and data collection. There is a massive oversight there, so I started campaigning,” Ms Gierschick said. “I’ve had meetings with ministers, I’ve made several submissions, I’ve worked with the royal commission, I’ve started talking at conferences,

and now I’ve developed the missing piece which is the Special Needs Assessment Template. That identifies additional challenges and vulnerabilities of a child, which covers communication, safety, personal care, and grooming. The implementation of that means appropriate support can be put in place.” Ms Gierschick’s work was interrupted by a bout with cancer, but that did not stop her from continuing her campaign. “I was diagnosed with breast cancer among all of this, so I had to fit the treatment in. I’m now in remission, but I lost use of my legs due to temporary paralysis. Now I’ve got use of my legs back, I’m in remission, and I can focus on broadcasting the message.” Ms Gierschick said she was “incredibly honoured and very humbled” to be recognised for her work at Kingston Council’s International Women’s Day breakfast. “I’ll be able to use it as a stepping stone to help increase the exposure of the work I’ve been doing, which is giving children with a disability more visibility.” Kingston Council will be launching their family violence action plan on 27 March.

Isaacs Liberal candidate confirmed THE Liberal Party have confirmed their candidate for Isaacs in the upcoming federal election. Jeremy Hearn was preselected last week to stand as the candidate. He was named as a nominee in the Higgins preselection process as well, but ultimately was not chosen to replace outgoing Liberal MP Kelly O’Dwyer. The Age last month reported that the fee for applying for preselection had been cut to $250 in a number of Victorian seats, including Isaacs. The seat is currently held by Shadow Attorney General Mark Dreyfus, who has been the local member since 2007. Mr Dreyfus currently holds the seat with a 52.3 per cent majority. The state election results in Mordialloc and Carrum saw large swings towards Labor.

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Huge crowd and perfect weather for Red Hill Show By Bec Davis - Red Hill Show Executive Office ON Saturday March 9, the Red Hill showgrounds transformed into a colourful, appetizing and entertaining spectacle for the whole family. The Mornington Peninsula was on show! Initial estimation suggests that record numbers attended the 91st Red Hill Show at around 10,000, many of those making the trip from Melbourne and further afield. Clear skies and perfect weather set the scenes for the ideal day out. Our Mornington Peninsula producers were the focus of this year’s celebrations and the newly created Mornington Peninsula Paddock was full with gourmet food and our 5-star producers. Did you know that Tuerong had a wheat farm? Or that Red Hill was prime truffle growing terrain? Richard Cornish our MC introduced our show goers to so many locals from Tuerong Farm, Red Hill Truffles, Woolumbi Farm, Dromana Bay Mussels and so many more. The 1st Red Hill Apple Pie Competition was hotly contested with 37 entries but only Cathey Vissher took home the $500 prize money. Matt Wilkinson inspired us all with what culinary delights one can cook up. Our Cider Marquee was busy all day with demonstrations of apple pressing, master class lead by 5 local producers including Mock Orchards, Seven Oaks, Camilla Humphries and Harts Farm. Finishing up with a record of 91 entries, we are now the 2nd largest in the country. Special congratulations to Lisa Cresswell from Seven Oaks Farmhouse for taking out the Top Gold in Show.

Artisan Corner was a hit with crafts from stallholders, the CWA marquee and free kids facepainting and balloon twisters. The skilled artisans of the McClelland Spinners & Weavers and Woodturners Guild educated and inspired the crowd. Peter the sheep shearer worked hard all-day showing kids the tricks of the trade and of course, Futura Kelpies who always draw a huge crowd did not disappoint. New to the show this year was

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from so many of our local schools, scouts and guides, our number of entries were over 2,400. Honey was the highlight and we thank Ben Moore from Ben’s Bees for sharing his expertise on the MPP Stage. Next year, we will be opening up new sections in Olives & Olive Oil and Craft Beers. On behalf of the Red Hill Agricultural & Horticultural Society we would like to thank our incredible team of volunteers who coordinate this event. We must also mention our

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Mr Williams declares his cow to be disease free Compiled by Brodie Cowburn TO All Whom It May Concern. I WILLIAM WILLIAMS, of “Rupertstan”, Langwarrin, desire to inform the Cattle Buyers of this district that a Cow, forming one of my well known Jersey herd, was, in December last, sent to the yards of Messrs Brody and Mason, in Langwarrin, for sale by auction. Mr Mason directed my representative to return the cow to “Rupertstan”, stating that the cow was diseased. This statement came to the knowledge of several buyers, and I immediately had the cow examined by Mr S. Sherlock, Veterinary Surgeon, of Frankston, who pronounced her in good condition and showing no signs of ill health. Mr Mason declining to make any statement to correct his error, I now take this means of publicly advertising the fact that this cow, together with the rest of the “Rupertstan” herd, is free from disease or taint of any kind. *** MR C. M. Griffeth has been returned unopposed for the seat in the Centre Riding of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings rendered vacant by the resignation of Cr Jos. Unthank. As the son of the late Cr Griffeth (one of the best public men our district ever possessed) the newly elected councillor is sure to be accorded a cordial welcome at the Council table. *** THE announcement is made in another column that the opening night for the euchre tournament will take place on Thursday, 10th April, and will be held fortnightly thereafter.

Those gathering, which proved highly successful last winter, will be again welcomed by a large section of the public. *** INFLUENZA. Several cases of sickness have been reported in Frankston this week, and as a precautionary measure the local authorities have ordered isolation and quarantine. *** WE have received the following from the Deputy Postmaster General: “With reference to your communication of the 17th ultimo, respecting the delay in delivery of copies of the “Standard” addressed to residents of Carrum Seaford, Hastings, and adjoining towns, I beg to inform you that owing to the large number of officers absent through illness, principally influenza, and to excessively heavy posting on Fridays, it is not always possible to deal with the whole of the second class mail matter on the day of receipt. Attention is now being given to the question of reducing by means of direct mail services or otherwise, the number of district newspapers circulating through Melbourne and dealt with at the General Post Office for delivery in the districts in which they are published, and it is hoped that the difficulty now experienced in ensuring prompt delivery will be overcome.” *** SUCCESSFUL Harvest Festival. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. Tonkin in the Frankston Methodist Church on Sunday last. The interior of the edifice was tastefully decorated, and the display of

fruit and other products was very fine and well arranged. Appropriate addresses were given and suitable hymns sung. At the evening service the choir rendered the Anthem “Praise the Lord O Jerusalem,” Miss Goldie Twining giving the solo therein. Miss Croskell also sang, “Consider the Lilies”. On the following Monday evening the products were sold by “Bruce” auction, Mr F. Renouf acting as auctioneer. There was a good attendance, and the sale realised £6 8s 7d. *** AT the Frankston Methodist Church on Sunday next Mr. H. Ponton of Albert Park will conduct both services. In the evening Mr Ponton will be assisted by the Spansley Street Clifton Hill, Methodist Brass Band. The Band will render sacred selections in the Church and lead the congregational singing. One of their members will also sing a solo. From 3.30 to 5 p.m. the Band will play in the Recreation Reserve. *** CONSTABLE Dishall resumed duty last Friday after several weeks absence from Frankston. *** PRIVATE F. Harley, M.M. is due to arrive home in a few days. His many friends will be pleased to congratulate him on the distinction he achieved. *** MRS J. A. Williams of Frankston, has received word from her husband that he has received his commission. At time of writing Lieutentant Williams expected to leave England by

an early boat for Australia. *** THE marriage of Miss Rene Dean of Karr St Frankston with Corporal F. Carter is announced to take place at the Methodist Church, Frankston, on Wednesday next. *** LAST week, Miss Ross, who for some time was a member of the local Post Office staff, was made a presentation by her Frankston friends. *** Hastings Court of Petty Sessions. Tuesday, 18th March, 1919. (Before Mr Knight, P.M., and Messrs C. Murray and G. E. Shepherd, J.’sP. ) Constable Walker, of Somerville, charged Thomas Unthank with lighting a fire in the open air in Tyabb on 15th February, whereby the property of another person was destroyed. Unthank, who pleaded not guilty, was defended by Mr W. S. Cook. Constable Walker gave evidence as to having inspected the scene of the flre. Saw where dry bushes were cut and the ground chipped, indicating where the fire had started. There was a large quantity of scrub and dry stubble and grass in the vicinity. William Pike, sworn, said he remembered the day of the fire. His orchard and all his grass paddocks were destroyed. He was at his farm, about half a mile away, at the time, but reached the scene of the fire just as the neighbors had saved his house and sheds. He met Unthank later in the day. Unthank said to him (witness) that the fire got away from him in the stubble, and travelled faster then he

(Unthank) could run. He also saw the dry bush referred to, and was of opinion that the fire was lit in the scrub. Corroborative evidence was given by several other witnesses. Mr Cook, on stating the case for defendant, contended that there was no evidence to show that Unthank had lit the fire. Unthank had no witnesses to call. He first saw the fire burning in the stubble, and spent most of the day fighting the fire by himself in his paddock. The witnesses for the prosecution had admitted that at no time did defendant admit lighting the fire. Thomas Unthank, sworn, said he remembered the 15th of February. About 1.30pm he was in his orchard, and noticed a fire racing across his stubble. He took a spade, axe and billy of water, and rushed to the spot. Was unable to head the fire, as it travelled faster than he could run. He chipped the grass referred to to prevent further outbreaks by sparks from dry trees. In answer to Mr Knight, defendant said he would swear that he did not light the fire. Mr Knight said that the evidence was all circumstantial, and the majority of the Bench did not consider it sufficient to prove a conviction, and the case would be dismissed. The verdict would not have any effect on the claiming of damages in a civil action in another court. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 22 March 1919

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Baden Powell set up a grand final run By Brodie Cowburn


BADEN POWELL have put themselves in pole position for a grand final spot with a good day one performance against Moorooduc at Overport Park. Three batsmen made scores of over 40 runs, with Rhys Elmi passing his half century off 130 deliveries. Although slow scoring at times, Baden Powell will be happy to finish the day at 6/200 off their 80 overs. The semi final between Main Ridge and Red Hill looks set to go down to the wire, with Red Hill batsman Simon Dart holding the fate of the match in his hands. Main RIdge opened the batting, with middle order batsman Daniel Polson top scoring with 45 runs. Main Ridge scored quickly, but paid for it with lost wickets. After just 47 overs, they were all out for 157. Red Hill got their innings off to a rough start, losing their first two weeks early and struggling at 2/4. Simon Dart came in as number 4 batsman and was impressive. As he hit 37 off 91 balls before stumps. Wickets fell around him but crucially, he remained not out. His efforts on day two will be vital to Red Hill advancing to the grand final.


DELACOMBE Park look to have booked their spot in the grand final with a dominant day one performance over Rosebud. Electing to bat first, only two Rosebud cricketers reached double digit figures with bat in hand. A complete tail order collapse saw them all out for just 98 runs. Robert Fisher only bowled 7 overs, but made the absolute most of them. He posted figures of 3/5, doing most of the damage for his side. They were his best figures for the season. In response Delacombe Park reached 1/12 before stumps was called. Heatherhill enjoyed a better afternoon against Hastings, setting a difficult target for them to chase down. At 7/95 Heatherhill were in grave danger of throwing the game away, but a late rally from the tail saw them get to 183 before going all out in the last over of the day. Sum Mallavery top scored with 33 runs.


Bound for glory?: Baden Powell racked up 200 runs against Moorooduc. Picture: Andrew Hurst

A DAY of dominance has put Tootgarook in the box seat to advance to the grand final. They kicked off their semi final battle with Boneo with a brilliant day one performance, putting 265 runs on the board before the close of play. Boneo pushed hard and took 9 wickets, but could not dismiss them all. The two sides finished level on wins going into the finals, making the one sided display a surprising one. Top of the ladder side Dromana had a decent day against Balnarring at Dromana Reserve, and will have to work hard to defend their day one

total. Choosing to bat first, Dromana got off to a good start. Opener Jeffrey Bluhm has his best game for the year playing in the 1sts. He wasn’t much in the mood to run between wickets, hitting 13 boundaries on his way to a total of 64. Bluhm’s teammates let him down as his side ended up all out for 202 off 78 overs.


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clash, with Langwarrin setting an attainable target on day one. Batting first at home, Langwarrin got off to a dream start. Flying at 0/69, they quickly collapsed to 3/73. Another collapse in the middle order would see them go from 3/123 to 8/136. Langy ended up all out for 163, giving Baxter a good chance to claim a spot in the grand final. A superstar performance from Chamike Sattambi was the highlight of the day, as the Baxter bowler took astonishing figures of 8/47. They were his best ever bowling figures for his club.

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By Craig MacKenzie THE quest for glory among local State League teams begins in earnest this weekend when the 2019 season kicks off. Frankston Pines is keen to open proceedings on Friday night under the new Monterey Reserve floodlights but its State 3 clash with Monash Uni was awaiting Football Victoria approval as we went to press. Monash was drawn as the home team in this round one fixture but a ground availability problem encouraged Pines to apply to have the fixture reversed and held as its home game. Pines has been on a roller-coaster ride throughout the off-season twice having to hold a general meeting to elect a president and committee then watching new senior coach Kevin “Squizzy” Taylor conduct one of the biggest player turnovers in peninsula soccer history. Taylor’s 24-man senior squad is the largest in the region and he has brought 21 new players to the club. That includes CJ Hodgson, one of Pines’ favourite sons, who returned to Monterey Reserve last week after a dalliance with Doveton consisting of a handful of practice matches and an FFA Cup appearance. Former Langwarrin and Berwick City midfielder Sergio Yanez also signed with Pines last week. Fellow State 3 outfit Skye United has been quiet on the transfer front and currently isn’t scheduled to play its first match until round 3 due to ground availability issues. Mornington hopes to be in the promotion mix in State 1 and its campaign gets underway at Dallas Brooks Park on Saturday night against Malvern City. Mornington gaffer Adam Jamieson could add another player to his senior squad this week and while Taylor Davidson, Amir Osmancevic and Sam Scott are expected to return from injury Andre Bennett is likely to miss another week. Peninsula Strikers’ boss Danny Verdun has made no secret of his ambitions this year and expects to hit the ground running against Old Scotch on Saturday. Verdun has brought 13 new players into the senior squad and up front will pin his hopes on English import John Prescott, a class act in what looms as a very competitive league. Baxter faced a dramatic player shortage late last month but was able to name a 22-man senior squad last weekend and expects to be competitive in State 4 this season. Ironically one of the promotion favourites in that league is Sandown Lions, coached by former Baxter coach Roy Kilner and their clashes are sure to be hard fought. Fellow State 4 outfit Seaford United signed midfielder Jack Carter from Brandon Park last week and was holding talks with Pines midfielder Luke Murray as we went to press. In State 5 Somerville Eagles seems certain to be in the promotion mix as joint coach and leading striker Dave Greening chases an incredible 10th straight league Golden Boot award. Like Somerville, State 5 rival As-

Top trio: From left, Baxter striker Nathan Yole, Seaford striker Dylan Waugh and Rosebud midfielder Cory Osorio. Pictures: John Punshon

pendale Stingrays have introduced 10 new signings to their senior squad and new coach Lee Barber has high hopes of success. The new kid on the block as far as State 5 goes is Rosebud who only officially joined the league in late January and has since appointed its senior and reserves coaches and team managers and put together a senior squad that it hopes can consolidate its newfound status. Here are the local State League squads for 2019 with the previous club of new signings in brackets: ASPENDALE STINGRAYS GOALKEEPERS: Jack Lindsay (Berwick City), Matthew Self. DEFENDERS: Sonny Lindsay (Springvale White Eagles), Noah Berends, Patrick Diakogeorgiou, Adrian Pace (Baxter), Brandon De Baize (Berwick City). MIDFIELDERS: Ryan Mravljak, Keiran Hughes (Brighton), Sam Timuska-Carr, Peter Dimo (Brighton), Ryan Maokhamphiou (Berwick City). FORWARDS: Kenan Nuhanovic (Berwick City), Connor Guyett (Berwick City), Guil Ribeiro (Berwick City), Luiz Dobre. BAXTER GOALKEEPERS: James Foster. DEFENDERS: Izaak Barr, Chris Bowen, Dan Disseldorp, Owen Kilner, Tim Lee, Jack Wyes (Mornington), Mitchell Cohen (Seaford Utd). MIDFIELDERS: Alan Lipsett, Jake Kidder, Stuart McKenzie, Ben Meiklem, Steven Sheppard, Lewis Gibson (Mornington), Charlie Jones (Mornington), Matt Irvine (Mornington), Niko Juric (Brandon Park). FORWARDS: Bryce Ingram, Brendan Norris, Liam Kilner, Ben Hughes (Peninsula Strikers), Nathan Yole (Peninsula Strikers). FRANKSTON PINES GOALKEEPERS: Alphonse Cardinale (Heatherton Utd), Max Sorensen. DEFENDERS: Callum Khiath (Noble Park) Daniel Mota (Seaford Utd), Cedric Benza (Langwarrin), Christian Malgioglio (Springvale White Eagles), Kevin Brown (Dandenong Thunder), Connor McAndrews (Springvale White Eagles), Bailey Atkinson (Dandenong City). MIDFIELDERS: Lewis Potter, Cameron Bryden (Seaford Utd), Nick Simmons (Langwarrin), Joe O’Connor

(Casey Comets), Serge Yanez (Langwarrin), Abdul Darmani, Harry Chapman (Somerville Eagles). FORWARDS: Jason Bradbury (Mornington) Travis Ernsdoerfer (Langwarrin), Meron Negassi (Doveton), Stefan Soler (Mornington), CJ Hodgson (Doveton), David Ofuho (Endeavour Hills Fire), Kam Ismail (Endeavour Hills Fire), Voldy Bukishie (Casey Panthers). MORNINGTON GOALKEEPERS: Taylor Davidson (Banyule), Josh Gates (Brighton), Steve Bayard. DEFENDERS: Andy Mclean (Langwarrin), Lachlan Thomas, Andy McIntyre (Langwarrin), Chris McKenna (Peninsula Strikers), Jerome Valadon (Dandenong City), Josh Valadon, Charlie Parker, Andrew Goff (Clifton Hill). MIDFIELDERS: Craig Smart, Sam Scott, Samuel Catherine (Dandenong Thunder), Ross Clark (Mooroolbark), Andre Bennett, Sammy Orritt. FORWARDS: Liam Baxter (Langwarrin), Amir Osmancevic (Northcote City), Charlie O’Connell, Luke LoCasto, Nick Waite. PENINSULA STRIKERS GOALKEEPERS: Colin McCormack (Knox City), Daniel Shaw. DEFENDERS: Michael Hoogendyk (Knox City), Oscar Marsden, Danny Black, Adam Crabb (Knox City), Abraham Lokiru (Morwell Pegasus) Sam Luxford, Lachlan Mitchell. MIDFIELDERS: Danny Brooks, Grant Lane (Knox City), Jordan Avraham (Knox City) Bosco Abbasmoi (Morwell Pegasus), Matt Harrington (Springvale White Eagles), Julian Malander (Knox City), Tuach Ter (Langwarrin). FORWARDS: John Prescott, Alpha Turay, Josh Calle (Knox City), Cassius Delaney (Langwarrin), Matt Evans, Vladimir Kosovac (Heatherton Utd). ROSEBUD GOALKEEPERS: James Cinar, Jason Grbac. DEFENDERS: Beau Sharpe, Chris Hatzikonstantinos, Stef Papaluca, Jacob Field, Jake Grbac, Arthur Karabatsos (Yarra Jets). MIDFIELDERS: Cory Osorio, Ryan Monk, Ben Gamble, Callum Norton, Harris Battison, Billy Gowan (Rosebud Heart Juniors) Mitchell Roberts (Knox), David Gallimore. FORWARDS: Michael Durrance, Blake Hicks, Chris Parry, Kayden Rose, Brandon Monk (UK).

SEAFORD UTD GOALKEEPERS: Anthony Maddaferi, Liam Swift. DEFENDERS: Tristan Stass, Nick Ormond (St Kilda Celts), Dion Brown, Adam Martin, Kurt Wagner-Goldsworthy (Frankston Pines) MIDFIELDERS: Graeme Wright (Peninsula Strikers), Dean Snoxell, Matt Morris-Thomas, Kevin Derry (Peninsula Strikers), Jake Martin, Matthias Schwellinger, Jeremy Schwellinger, Josh Simmons, Jack Carter (Brandon Park). FORWARDS: Mitch Lander (Frankston Pines), Dylan Waugh, Conor McFall. SKYE UTD GOALKEEPERS: Jonathon Crook, Travis Mitchell, Callum Hope (Brandon Park). DEFENDERS: Johnny Andrinopoulos, Daniel Walsh, Gerard Lawler, Sajnesh Sugrim (Endeavour Utd), Billy Painting, Mo Elhassan. MIDFIELDERS: Mark O’Connor, Harrison Michaelis, Jack Gallagher, Jason Nowakowski, Marcus Anasatasiou, Marcus Collier. FORWARDS: Daniel Attard, Mitch Blake, Michael Turner. SOMERVILLE EAGLES GOALKEEPERS: Francis Beck (Baxter), Nathan Brown, Cameron Parsons. DEFENDERS: Charlie Conrath (AFC Ringmer, England), Stephen Curd, Michael Easton, Damian Garcia, James Liddle (Rosebud), James McKenzie, Callum Richardson (Seaford Utd), Ashley Scholes, Sean Scully (Peninsula Strikers), Matthew Swanson. MIDFIELDERS: Carlo Cardoso (Rosebud Heart), Michael Clark, Daniel Hodge (Rosebud Heart), Bjorn Kutschera, Jarryd McMinimee, William O’Brien (Frankston Pines), Joel Wade. FORWARDS: David Greening, Louis Griffiths, Nathan Grimshaw (Mornington), Mark Pagliarulo (Baxter). In NPL2 news Langwarrin maintained its promotion push with a 3-1 away win against Springvale White Eagles on Saturday. David Stirton failed a fitness test before the match and Callum Goulding found himself playing in an unfamiliar role as an attacking midfielder. Striker Roddy Covarrubias gave his best performance of the season crowning his usual gut-busting display and ability to shield the ball or turn his defender with a goal and an assist.

There was no score at half-time but two goals in a minute in the second period had Langy in control. The first came in the 65th minute when a Damir Stoilovic free kick from the left was headed firmly home by Wayne Wallace and a minute later Covarrubias skipped past a defender on the left of the area then struck a low shot across Springvale keeper Nebojsa Pejic and inside the far post to make it 2-0. The home team stunned the visitors with a thunderbolt free kick from Aleksandar Mitrovic that rocketed into the top far corner in the 77th minute but thoughts of a comeback vanished five minutes later when Covarrubias set up Johnny Kuol whose initial attempt struck the bar but the quicksilver striker was first to react heading home the rebound from point-blank range and Springvale’s fate was sealed. Stirton should be fit to face St Albans Saints on Saturday while defender Alex Van Heerwarden is expected to get some game time in the under-20s as he returns from injury. Southern United went down 8-1 to Bayside United at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex on Saturday with recent signing Natalie Holmes scoring for Southern. Southern’s under-19s lost 2-0, the under-16s drew 0-0 and the under-14s lost 4-0. Southern continues to pursue overseas players and technical director Harry Chalkitis has held talks with players he hopes can fill the club’s two available visa spots. Southern also is waiting on an international clearance from Scotland for a midfielder who is expected to join the under-16s squad. Meanwhile Baxter rounded off its preparation for the league season with a 3-1 win over Old Xaverians at Baxter Park on Saturday with Baxter’s goals coming from Bryce Ingram (2) and Liam Kilner. Other friendlies last Saturday saw Mornington go down 3-0 to Clifton Hill at Dallas Brooks Park, Pines lost 4-2 at home to East Brighton while Rosebud lost 6-2 to Seaford United at Olympic Park. Travis Ernsdoerfer scored both goals for Pines, Chris Parry and Mike Durrance scored for Rosebud while Seaford’s haul came from Matt Schwellinger (2), Dylan Waugh, Mitch Lander, Nick Ormond and Luke Murray. This weekend’s league games: WEDNESDAY, 8pm: Heidelberg Utd v Southern Utd (Olympic Village). FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Frankston Pines v Monash Uni (Monterey Reserve, TBC). SATURDAY, 3pm: Langwarrin v St Albans Saints (Lawton Park), Southern Utd v Alamein (Monterey Reserve), Peninsula Strikers v Old Scotch (Centenary Park), Baxter v Chelsea (Baxter Park), Dandenong South v Seaford Utd (Tatterson Park), Bunyip District v Rosebud (Bunyip Recreation Reserve), Old Mentonians v Aspendale Stingrays (Mentone Grammar), Endeavour Hills Fire v Somerville Eagles (Power Reserve). SATURDAY, 8pm: Mornington v Malvern City (Dallas Brooks Park).

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Taking the reins: Aspiring 17-yearold jockey, Campbell Rawiller, straps the Logan McGill-trained runner, The Mayor. Picture: Supplied

always into racing really. It’s just what we love and what we’ve always been around. You love the horses very first of all and the early mornings are all worth it in the long run. It’s exactly where I want to be.” Campbell had started “ground work” with his uncle, Todd, who was training in Sydney at the time, before moving back to Mornington and starting up with his current master trainer Logan McGill, just over a year ago. “He was heavily suggested from many people for his amazing horseman skills and really being able to be a great influence on me and my career,” Campbell said. “As soon as I

man and athlete so being able to have that influence I’ll just be trying to take it with both hands and throw my everything at it.” Campbell has competed in show jumping and dressage events throughout his childhood and has had plenty of inspiration to build on through his family ties to racing. The decision to become a jockey wasn’t a tough choice to make for the young horseman. “With Dad being a jockey, he had all his racing gear at home and racing has just always been there,” he said. “We’d always go support Dad and I always watched the horses and was

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on taking everything “step by step”. “There’s no real rush but hopefully before the end of the year I’d like to have my first ride but I have got my trial rides to keep doing and all I can do is keep improving and trying hard and when Logan’s happy with me and the Apprentice School reckons I’m ready to go well that’ll be when I’ll go,” he said. “I won’t be trying to rush any steps and I’ve always just found the more and more you do something the better you’re going to get so the more trials the better.” While the up-and-comer won’t be riding at Mornington’s Cup Day meeting on Saturday 23 March, he said the day has always been pretty special to the family. “I’ve been to a couple when Dad was riding in a couple of the Mornington Cups years and years ago, but we’ve always gotten involved at the Mornington Cup,” Campbell said. “It’s always a great day out for everyone and something well worth not missing.” His father, Nash, claimed the Listed Mornington Cup on two occasions. Once, on the triple Mornington Cup champion Gunnamatta (trained by Tony Noonan) who he rode to his second win in 2003, and again in 2007 when he saluted on Hofmeister. His uncle, Brad, also won the Cup on the Mick Kent-trained Banana Man in 2009. This year’s edition of the Mornington Cup is also set to be an intriguing contest with the winner gaining ballot exemption into the Caulfield Cup in October.


By Ben Triandafillou HORSE racing undeniably runs in young Campbell Rawiller’s blood. Growing up in a family steeped in racing history, the aspiring 17-yearold horseman is following the path which his father Nash (champion Australian and international jockey), uncle Brad (23-time Group One winning jockey), and mother Sarah have all trodden. And the youngster took his next major step to making his dream come true, with an induction into Racing Victoria’s Apprentice Jockey Training Program on Thursday 14 March. Campbell will join six female and three other male riders in the program which seeks to unveil the next stars of the saddle. Campbell has joined the Mornington-based stable of Logan McGill to learn his trade, while three other apprentices will also be based in Mornington: Kiran Quilty (Shane Nichols), Celine Gaudry (Pat Carey) and Matthew Cartwright (Lyn Tolson). Campbell Rawiller said it’s amazing to join Racing Victoria’s program. “It’s unreal,” he said. “They’ve just thrown 110 per cent of everything they can to get you to where you want to be. You’ve got people like the likes of Ron Hall, Matty Pumper and Darren Gauci who are just unbelievable horseman and jockeys and you couldn’t get much more of a better lead into racing than what they do for you. “It’s not only just the racing side, they’ve really covered all aspects of life. It’s making you a successful hu-

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