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■ UNDER 10 football has comDream it. Build it. Live it. menced in Murrindindi, with sides competing weekly, but without scores recorded. From left, this week’s Yea Under 10 award winners are: Will Granter (Klinge Clincher Award), Sam Charles (Tiger Bucks Award), Jaxson Tainton-Allen (RMH Meal Award), Ella Noble (Tiger Bucks Award) and Bella Philpot (Mister Minit Award).

Sunday’s weather was great and as was the footy. The Yea Tigers U10s did an excellent job against St Marys at Kings Park Seymour. St Mary's didn't have as many players as Yea so the little Tigers happily rotated and helped St Mary's out, so everyonehad a go. Praise has been given to the players for showing great sportsmanship and the Tiger spirit. St Mary's currently do not have any girls playing in their U10s, but after seeing what the girls can do they may try an recruit some. Congratulations has been extended to this weeks U10s award winners.

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● Cindy McLeish MLA (centre) with Yea High School representatives ■ State MLA Cindy McLeish says she is exThe $1.39 million re-development includes cited to see construction of Yea High School's refurbishment of the woodwork, metal work and new arts and technology centre begin this week. plastics technology area, construction of a new Attending last Thursday's sod turning cer- art and visual communication building as well emony, Ms McLeish said she was proud to have as a new music room and performance area. been able to secure the project's funding in 2014. There will also be an upgrade of the main "As a former student at Yea High School I classroom wing, including an IT computer room was especially proud to have secured $1.39 and a staff kitchenette. million as a member of the former Coalition The works are being undertaken by Bowden Government for this project," Ms McLeish said. Corporation. "Modern, vibrant learning environments are Construction is expected to be completed in an important part of the learning process, that's October-November. why I am a strong advocate for the importance At the Coalition Government’s funding anof good education for country students," said nouncement in 2014, other local schools benMs McLeish, who is a former School Captain efitted: Alexandra Secondary College, $870,000; of Yea High. and Kinglake Primary School, $109,000.

Local News Open Gardens ■ Two special autumn gardens that are opening in Kinglake and Whittlesea at the end of May with Open Gardens Victoria. Oak House Garden in Kinglake West has miraculously recovered since it was burnt in the 2009 Black Saturday fires. The owners have a wonderful collection of maples in their woodland garden and a fascinating array of cacti and succulents in their glass house. There are extensive lawns to picnic on and paths to wander through the beautiful recovered bushland. The owners have a photographic display of the garden before and after the fires. Ivy Lea in Whittlesea is a spacious park-like garden with a superb collection of trees – many of which will be in autumn colour for the opening. There’s plenty for children to discover, with a quirky ‘train track’ path, chook house, vegie garden and lush lawns for running around. The owners are creating a festive weekend with musical performances and sales of cut flowers, local produce, ice cream and coffee.

Green Army at work ■ The third and final Green Army project has commenced and over the next four months this group of local young people will again be working throughout the Upper Goulburn region on environmental restoration projects on public and private land. The team has been busy over the first two months doing a variety of work which has included assisting with a fox monitoring program for the King Parrot Catchment Fox Control Project by installing remote sensor cameras on 12 properties and then three weeks later retrieved the cameras and downloaded and recorded the data. They also installed nest boxes along Andrews Creek in Taggerty and inspected nest boxes at a Land for Wildlife property in Toolangi and found Sugar Gliders occupying many of the boxes. - Chris Cobern

● Geoff Oliver ■ The townspeople of Yea will miss the cheeky humour of Geoff Oliver who passed away late last week at the Yea and District Memorial Hospital. A funeral service will be held today (Wed., May 3) at 11am at the Grand Caledonian Hotel, Yea, followed by a wake. A viewing is also scheduled at the same location, on the same day from 10am10.15am. The Local Paper joins with the community in expressing condolences to the family on its profound loss.

Just Briefly Heritage rail tour ■ The Seymour Railway Heritage Centre is holding a Heritage Train Tour to Echuca on Saturday, June 10. The tour incorporates Echuca's annual Steam Rally Festival. The Heritage Train will be hauled by former Victoria Railways locomotives, and passengers will have the choice of travelling in comfortable 100-year-old wooden bodied carriages or former Spirit of Progress steel compartment carriages. www.srhc.org.au

Film, soup night ■ Yea Community House has a Film and Soup Night at 7pm on Monday May 15, with a focus on Regenerative Farming. Interesting films and conversation are promised. Book in on 5797 3070 , says Zanni Waldstein.

At Old Post Office ■ The Old Post Office Seymour has an exhibition featuring works of Lynette Orzlowski, Fiona Anderson, Paul Margocsy, Vida Pearson, Kris Peter, Amanda Hyatt, Helen Cottle, Kate Jenvey, Rikki Fisher, Julie Stephens and Alison Clark.


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Centrelink exemptions apply when you pre-pay your funeral There are many reasons to pay for your funeral in advance including locking in your wishes at today's prices (for a pre-paid funeral) and easing the financial and emotional burden on your friends and family at a difficult time. Did you know that investing in a pre-paid lowers your total assessable assets and may increase your Age Pension from Centrelink? A pre-paid funeral is fully exempt from the Centrelink asset test. Prepaid funeral expenses There is no need to inform Centrelink about your prepaid funeral expenses if you have a prepaid funeral contract with a funeral director. The contract must outline details of the services to be undertaken, with no more expenses to be paid. Cemetery plots When you purchase a cemetery plot, an interment niche, a mausoleum or any right of interment in a cemetery, there is no need to inform Centrelink. These are not included in your assessable assets by Centrelink, regardless of their value. For more information about Centrelink exemptions, humanservices.gov.au or speak to your financial advisor today.

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News Briefs Reports held over ■ Some reports have had to be held over because of pressure for advertising space ... and a last-minute computer system challenge.

Snails Pace Farm ■ The correct name of the entry for the Yea Hay Bale competition was Snails Pace Farm. We incorrectly published a different name in last week’s edition. It was the fault of the Editor and his stuttering keyboard. - Perce The Proofreader

MLA’s letter Sir, The Andrews Government must immediately rule out harvesting bans that would destroy Victoria's timber industry. Reports in The Weekly Times indicate the Environment Minister is 'considering' a call from Friends of Leadbeater's Possum that would prevent Victoria's timber industry accessing regrowth timber. 21,000 Victorian workers rely on this industry, but they are under attack from a Labor Government more concerned with protecting greens preferences than local jobs. Labor must conduct a comprehensive review of Leadbeater's possum populations in state reserves and national parks, so we can get a full picture that isn't only limited to the possum's abundance in timber coupes. Research conducted by Victorian Government between 2010 and 2014 showed that numbers of possums identified in national parks, state forests, nest boxes and areas previously harvested for timber are particularly encouraging for the future of Victoria's faunal emblem. With impending job losses in the Latrobe Valley, Daniel Andrews and Labor must ensure that further job losses do not spread to the Murrindindi Shire because of a poorly informed and ideologically driven policy shift. - Cindy McLeish, MLA, Bell St, Yarra Glen

Disappointing rail ■ Indi MHR Cathy McGowan says she is disappointed that funding for new rolling stock for the troubled Wodonga-Melbourne line was omitted from the State Government’s regional rail package. “Once again people in North East Victoria are left waiting for trains,” Ms McGowan said. Ms McGowan will hold the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to his commitment to allocate funding to new rolling stock once the Federal Government commits funding to upgrade the rail line. “$20 million is better than nothing, and the signals do need upgrading, but ultimately we need more trains, more often,” Ms McGowan said. “Now all eyes will be on the Federal Budget for a significant allocation of funding for the inland rail. I call on both the State and Federal governments to work together to ensure that the North East line gets an adequate share of that funding.”

Less bushfire risk ■ The Andrews Labor Government says it is is using innovative energy solutions to help keep communities safe from bushfires. The $750 million Powerline Bushfire Safety Program is providing Stand-Alone Power System (SAPS) grants to targeted landowners in selected regional areas who opt-in to the initiative. roperties at the end of high voltage powerlines in the most acute bushfire-risk locations will be given the opportunity to go off the grid, by installing a SAPS. By choosing to go off the grid, these properties at the end of the line will allow the remaining powerline to be shorter, reducing bushfire risk, as well as increasing the reliability of their energy supply. The SAPS grant will consist of renewable energy such as wind and solar panels, batteries for storage and back-up generators. The Program was established in 2012 as a 10-year program to reduce bushfire risk.

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Ex-Cr faces charges ■ Chris Healy, former Murrindindi Shire Councillor, is facing five charges related to alleged occurrences of misuse of position. The Local Government Investigations and Compliance Inspectorate, alleges that as a former councillor, on five separate occasions, Mr Healy attempted to gain an advantage by making improper use of information acquired while a councillor in written or oral submissions regarding Murrindindi Shire’s proposed rating strategy. The Inspectorate began its investigation in March 2015. “This investigation took a considerable time to complete due to the complex analysis of documents and the prioritisation of investigations into election offences in 2016,” the Inspectorate said.

“Misuse of position carries a serious penalty under the Act of 600 penalty units ($93,276) or up to five years imprisonment or both” - Inspectorate

● Chris Healy, former Councillor The Inspectorate “Misuse of position has filed the charges carries a serious penin relation to alleged alty under the Act of misuse of position un- 600 penalty units der section 76D(1) of ($93,276) or up to five the Local Government years imprisonment or Act 1989. both,” said the In-

spectorate. “While the penalty is listed in this form in the Act, the Sentencing Act 1991 gives a magistrate discretion to reduce any penalty imposed on the accused.” Chief Municipal Inspector David Wolf said: “This matter reflects the expectations and responsibilities of a councillor when privy to information received only as a result of holding the office of councillor. “As the matter is now before the courts, the Inspectorate cannot provide any further comment.”

We told you so ... a year ago ● The Local Paper told readers, 12 months ago, that the Local Government Investigations and Compliance Inspectorate was investigating matters at Murrindindi Shire Council. Answering a question from The Local Paper, the Council admitted that a municipal matter was being investigated by the Inspectorate. Asked for comment, Sonia Heath of the Inspectorate, confirmed in May 2016, that this matter was being probed.

● The Local Paper issue of May 25 last year

Population figures grow by 0.8% ■ Murrindindi Shire’s population has increased by 0.8 per cent over 12 months, advises the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The latest figures, released at the end of March, indicate that the population of Murrindindi Shire was 13,693 people, in 2015; up from 13,589 on the previous year. It has taken seven years for Murrindindi to return to a total population statistic, similar to the pre-Black Saturday fires (2009). The 2008 population number was 13,748. The 2009 figure is listed as 13,352. The statistics are contained in the ABS Regional Population Growth figures where estimated residential populations are listed. The fastest growing neighbouring municipalty to Whittlesea. Its population grew by 4.6 per cent, from 186,843 to 195,397. Most of the growth in that

local government areas is thanks to developments in areas including Mernda, Laurimar, Doreen and South Morang. To the west, Mitchell Shire, which includes areas such as Seymour, Broadford, Kilmore, Wandong and Wallan, population mumbers increased in 12 months by 2.0 per cent: from 38,394 to 39,143. To the south, Yarra Ranges Shire scored a population gain in 12 months of 0.4 per cent, with the total rising from 150,036 to 150,661. The Yarra Ranges Shire area includes region including Yarra Glen, Healesville, War-

burton, but also outer eastern suburbs including Lilydale, Mooroolbark, Ferntree Gully, Belgrave, and the Mountain District. To the east, the Mansfield Shire recorded a 1.0 per cent population increase in the 2014 to 2015 years, rising from 8217 to 8300. As well as the Mansfield township, the municipality includes localities including Bonnie Doon, Merton, Maindample, Goughs Bay, plus regions such as Tolmie, Barjarg, Howqua/Macs Cove, Jamieson, Merrijig and Woods Point. Strathbogie Shire, headquartered at Euroa, saw a rise of just 0.1 per cent - from 9814 to 9826. The only municiaplity in the region to record a population decrease in the year up to 2015 was Nillumbik, dropping by 0.4 per cent from 62,849 to 62,602. It covers from St Andrews, Hurstbridge to Eltham and Greensborough.

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● Hamilton Hume ■ This region is accomplished at celebrating anniversaries. Alexandra’s 150th celebrations in March were testimony. The region’s 200th birthday (white fella anniversary, anyway) is due in just seven years time. It was in December 1824 that explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell found their way through Kanumbra, Molesworth, Yea (to be Muddy Creek for a while), parts of Flowerdale, and Strath Creek, over the Murchison Gap. Their expedition through the Goulburn region was not an easy one. Is it too early for a local committee to be formed, and to start make early preparations for this area’s bicentenary.

Respect for Uncle

■ There seems to be increasing respect for our area’s original elders and people. Mayor Cr Charlie Bisset mentioned at last Wednesday’s Murrindindi Shire meeting that the Council had won permission from his family to mention the name of Uncle Roy Patterson, who passed away last month. “He was a valued member of our community and the Taungurung people,” Cr Bisset said.

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Sunday match

■ Yeatravels to Yarra Glen this weekend for a Sunday match in Division 2 of the AFL Yarra Ranges league. Alexandra plays at home at Rebel Park, hosting Powelltown. Yarra Junction last weekend was the scene of a Rebels victory. Perhaps the same may happen for Thornton-Eildon, when the Boners visit on Saturday. Kinglake have a bye.

Funerals in pubs

■ Yea will miss Geoff Oliver, who passed away late last week at the Yea and District Hospital.

As mentioned on Page 4, his funeral service will be at the Grand Caledonian Hotel, Yea, this morning (Wed.) with arrangements in the hands of McCormacks. Ann and Mick McCormack also have a pub funeral service arranged at Mansfield this week for Ken Smith, well known for his love of cars. His service will be held at 2pm Saturday (May 6) at the Delatite Hotel.

Murrindindi Shires to participate in programs for the “creation of new opportunities for enterprise and economic and social renewal”. Indi MHR Cathy McGowan says: “The programs will be facilitated by Sue Gold who is an experienced business consultant, mentor and educator with extensive experience in business, community and social enterprise sectors. “She is a highly supportive and collaborative facilitator, helping people to develop their skills, knowledge and confidence so that they can make informed decisions about the effective leadership, management and growth of their enterprise. “The four-month programs will equip 14 local change-makers in each Shire with the skills and resources needed to establish and run successful social businesses, and make a great contribution to their community,” Ms McGowan said.

Highway patrol

■ The ongoing Goulburn Valley Hwyroadworks between Molesworth and Yea reportedly claimed a highprofile victim last week. Jaclyn Symes, Labor MLC for Northern Victoria Region, is said to have been 50 minutes late for the sod-turning ceremony at Yea High last week, blaming hold-ups on ● Ken Smith the GV Hwy. Ms Symes made no mention of the unfortunate timing in the media release in ■ Expressions of in- which she boasted of terest from individuals the “exciting day for in Mitchell and the Yea community”.

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Yea Bowls Club, 109 years ago

From Our Files - 30 Years Ago Tuesday, May 5, 1987

Debutante Ball

● Kathryn Kircos and Gavin Wilson ■ More than 200 people attended the Sacred Heart Parish Debutante Ball held at the Yea Shire Hall, with 10 debutantes presented to Marie Tehan MLC. An additional 100 people watched from the balcony as Master-of-Ceremonies Anthony McCarthy introduced each debutante and partner, coached by Anita Coonan and Dorry Dignam: Jacqueline Lyster and Jonathan Graham, Kathryn Kircos and Gavin Wilson, Jennifer Hauser and Andrew Bowe, Elizabeth Pincombe and John Roycroft, Elaine Slavin and Wayne Tainton, Meagan Callander and Jason Kaak, Melissa Slavin and Robert Andrews, Natalie Broadbent and Jamie Lockhart, Nicole Muller and Joseph McCarthy, Catherine Lloyd and Aaron Sundblom.

Casting vote

■ Yea Shire President Cr David Lawson used his casting vote to appoint a Chief Executive Officer on a salary package likely to approach $60,000. There was a 6-6 vote. The move was planned to have the effect of Shire Engineer Stan Kilserhaving to report to the CEO. Previously the Shire Secretary (Jim Elvey) and Shire Engineer worked alongside. After the 6-6 vote, Mr Kisler provided a shock to Councillors, revealing that it was a condition of his employment that he reported directly to Council.

Extension time

■ Project managers of the Yea Community Centre asked for an extension of the 26-week contract time. Paynter Dixon said the extended Easter holiday period was a major factor in the delay.

Kelly writes home

■ Kelly Bacon, Yea’s exchange student in Indiana, USA, wrote home, telling of her time in the Boyne Highlands in Michigan, her first time at skiing. In the previous week she had been on the island of Antigua in the Caribbean.

Yea Pony Club

■ Yea Pony Club had a new executive in 1987: Carl Thomas, President; Judy Blakeney, Vice-President; Chris Muller, Secretary; Lisa Broadbent and Sam Wenker, joint Treasurers. John Bett was appointed District Commissioner.

Local Phone Numbers FIRE BRIGADES (fire only) ............ 000 Local Brigades ............................... 000 POLICE (emergencies only) ............ 000 Kinglake ............................... 5786 1333 Seymour ............................... 5735 0200 Whittlesea ............................ 9716 2102 Yea ....................................... 5 7 9 7 26 30 263 57 AMBULANCE .................................... 000 Alexandra Hospital ............. 5772 0900 Northern Hospital, Epping .. 8405 8000 Seymour Hospital ................ 5793 6100 Yea Hospital ........................... 5 7 36 0400 57 S TATE EMERGENC Y SER VICE ......... 000 EMERGENCY SERVICE ■ Lifeline ........................................ 13 11 14 Nursing Mothers Helpline .... 9885 0653 Poisons Info. (24 Hours) .......... 13 11 26 RACV Roadside Assistance ........ 13 1111 RSPCA ................................... 9224 2222

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$9000 in bank

■ Yea Shire President Cr David Lawson said that the Yea Development Group had about $9000 in unused money in its bank account. The Yea Chamber of Commerce was chasing funds for a dcvelopment project.

Guides speaker

● Alan Thorley of the Yea and District Historical Society has unearthed this photograph of the Yea Bowls Club, which is marked as 1908 ‘opening day’.

■ Mrs Sydney Webb was guest speaker at the Guides Own church service held at St Luke’s. Up to 60 past and present members told of her ‘73 happy Easters’.


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● Ernie Vivian ■ A gathering of friends and family, including his young great nieces and nephews – and dog Bonnie - paid tribute the life of Ernie, at a service held at Yea Cemetery last week. Ernie made his wishes very clear to his nephew, Peter McLeish, stipulating that this was to be a quick graveside burial service – no church, no priest and no rambling bulldust about his life Ernie was born on July 1, 1940. When he was 15, around 1955, his family moved to Yea. His Dad, Allan, was a plumber and he and his mother, Myrtle, had seven children – his older siblings being Raine and Aileen David and Roma having predeceased him. Ernie took up a job at the Yea Butter Factory and also joined the Yea Rowing Club. This incorporated long trips to Mildura, Yarrawonga, Bendigo and Nagambie to compete. Ernie also worked on the Country Roads Board before taking up his last jobs at the Murrundindi Sawmills. Ernie lived at Murrindindi until the year 2000 when he purchased a home in Yea. Before moving in he had made numerous improvements to this house, the most important one being the erection of a new boundary fence for his Collie dogs. Just to name a few, there was Kym, Scottie, Jess, Tammy, Bev and Scobie. His current dog, Bonnie, was adored by Ernie. Peter has had the care of Bonnie over the past 14 months since Ernie went into care at Rosebank. Ernie’s other passion in life was going to the Yea Picnic Races with friends, Frank, Pharlap and Joe, catching up with others to have a few beers. Ernie travelled in a ’74 Kingswood with workmate Jacki Dowling. It became a routine for Ernie to go to his nehew Peter’s place every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, where they would enjoy a few beers. In return, Peter would visit Ernie during the week for a couple of beers. Ernie absolutely thrived on this. Peter, on Ernie’s behalf, thanked a number of people: ■ Ernie’s sister, Lorraine, for doing Ernie’s shopping and other chores for him. ■ Ernie’s good mate, Frank. It was no trouble to Frank to take Ernie to Melbourne or Bendigo for specialist appointments. ■ The doctors and nurses at Eastern Health; the “absolutely great bunch of people” here at Rosebank Nursing Home, for their wonderfully compassion and caring of Uncle Ernest, making it as much as possible like home for him. Ann McCormack, conducting the service, said that she was sure that Ernie would want her to say thank you to Peter and Meagan for all they done for Ernie. “Particularly since his admission to Rosebank, you gave him something to always look forward to, considerably brightening his days. Moreover he trusted you in more ways than one. He knew you were True Blue and always had his interests at heart.”

■ Ex RAAF pilot Flt.Lt. Eric Peck delivered the address at the Flowerdale ANZAC Day service. A veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, his address was based around the theme of ‘Bringing Them Home’. He told the story of two little known Victoria Cross recipients, Lieutenant Edgar Towner and Corporal Cameron Baird. Lt. Townerwas an original ANZAC, Cpl. Baird deployed seven times to the Middle East, a modern ANZAC. Their acts of valour were 95 years apart, but almost identical, where in both cases they charged enemy gun placements, placing themselves under heavy fire, to allow their comrades to get to safety and saving their lives. He noted that after 16 years of involvement in the Middle East conflict there is a new generation of veterans, men and women, who have served and sacrificed. A new generation of ANZACs. - Linda O’Bryan

● Bonnie

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● Flt.Lt. Eric Peck giving the ANZAC Day address at Flowerdale, with Master of Ceremonies, Colonel Paul Galea, standing next to podium. Photo: Linda O’Bryan

Band played Waltzing Matilda ● Flowerdale publican Steve Phelan says that wet conditions didn't deter the keenness of many who attended the Flower-dale ANZAC service. “The many community members and groups who put in the time to make a well organised service need to be acknowledged. “As a local business it is encouraging to see the community come together with one purpose in mind: respect for our ANZACs and current service members. It's also time when differences can be put aside and a simple nod says G'Day in the Aussie way.” Steve Phelan says it was pleasing also to see many appreciate the entertainment put on by Bobby Valentine and Friends, especially a stunning performance with Craig Johnstone 's rendition of The Band Played Waltzing Matilda, stopping all to silence.

Elaine White’s effort, standing in for YeaKinglake RSL President Jeffrey Swain, on ANZAC Day, won high praise, as did David Anderson’s effort as Masterof Ceremonies.

Your Stars

The Ceremony of the Va cant Chair was held by the Albert Edward Lodge at the Alexandra Masonic Temple on Thursday, April 20. Ladies and guests were invited.

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There were no questions, News of a a serious road and no members of the accident on Glenburn public seeking to use the public Rd, Kinglake, made headlines forum segment, at last on Melbourne radio news bulWednesday’s Murrindindi letins late last week. Shire Council meeting held at We are told that more Alexandra. than 200 people attended Police arrested four teen at the funeral home of William agers following an assault Matthews, Lilydale, o n on a taxi-driver in Wollert early Wednesday (Apr. 26) for a seron ANZAC Day (Tues., Apr. vice to celebrate the life of Doug 25). The incident is alleged to Lawson, former CFA Captain have been on Bridge Inn Rd. at Glenburn.

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Local History

Yea Bowls Club dates to 1898 ■ The first reference to the Yea Bowls Club that we can locate in newspaper files is in 1898. “A meeting of the Yea Bowling Club will be held on Saturday evening, and of the Yea Athletic Club on Tuesday evening. Full attendances at both are desired,” noted The Yea Chronicle on November 10, 1898. That same issue noted that the Yea Shire Council received a letter from the Yea Bowling Club “applying to the council for a piece of land 150 x 100 feet opposite the Post Office, facing High and Station Streets for a site for a bowling green, and requesting council to fence in same, cost of which would amount to £18”. “Cr. Ryan said he considered this was a matter worthy of support. To his own knowledge bowling greens in other towns had received the support of the;local bodies and quoted as an instance how the Seymour Council had fenced in piece of a road for a similar purpose. “The public of Yea had subscribed £50, and the club was prepared to spend £70 or £80 in improving the ground. “Cr. Dunn asked if the public would be blocked from the ground. “Cr. Ryan said there would be no charge for admisalon, and in fact the public could see much from the outside. . “Cr Scale said it would be necessary to apply to the Public Works Department as the laud asked for was a portion of the road. “Cr.Ryan moved that the secretary be instructed to apply to the Lands Department for the piece of land in question and that the council donate £18 towards erecting a fence round same; “Cr. Olney seconded the motion which was carried. “At a later stage in the council meeting Cr. Ryan brought forward a resolution that the sum of £18 donated by the council towards erecting the fence should come out of the 'general revenue'of the shire. “He considered that all the ridings should contribute for this purpose. “Cr. Olney seconded the resolution. “The motion on being put was carried, Crs Dunn, Draper O'Callaghan voting against.” Within three months, the land had been secured, according to a February 9, 1899, report. “The committee of the Yea Bowling Club met at Ryan’s Hotel on

● An early view of land opposite the Yea Post Office which became the Bowls Club area Saturday evening. Present: Messrs. intending members, the payment of Taite (in chair), McCann, Ryan, annual subscription of £1 1s. to reDobson, Clark and Sharland. main in abeyance until required. The “In view of the desired site hav- meeting then adjourned.” ing been secured, and the council Yea Bowling Club Secretary H. havcing gained assistance towards McCann placed an advertisement fencing same, it was decided to call calling for tenders to erect picket tenders for fencing with a view to fencing on the Yea Bowling Green. submitting same to next council meetBy May 1899, Jack Dunlop had ing for approval, also to at once call been unanimously appointed honorup the entrance fee of £1 1s. from ary engineer to the Yea Bowling Club

● A local press clipping from February 9, 1899

in conjunc tion with Mr. Sharland. Tenders were received for the construction of the bowling green: James McAsey .....................23 18 0 Clydesdale Bros .................. 25 2. 6 K. McIntosh ...................... 28.10.0 McGillivray ......................... 33 11 6 M. McAsey ......................... 34 19 0 E. McKay (2items only) .......20 0 0 James McAsey won the tender. A parcel of seeds was gifted from Mr. Fraser, of South Melbou rne, through his friend Mr. James Drysdale, " Mussgrove," Yea. Cr. Olney undertook to sow the seeds and tend young plants until ready. for placing round the green.. The entrance fee of a guinea (£1 1s.) each was received mid-year from W. Knox, M.L.C.; C. Tyson; J.C. Sanders; J. Taite; E.H. Dobson; E. Rule; H. McCane; D. Olney; J. Quinlan; E.S. Purcell; D. Ryan; J.D. Hamilton; S. Wall; J. Wild; and half a guinea from Messrs. M.K. McKenzie, M.L.A.; J. Campbell, M.L.C.; and Jas. Balfour, M.L.C.

● The original tender advertisement. Feb. 23, 1899.

● A view of the Yea Bowls Club land from the War Memorial.


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Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 and Annual Budget 2017-2018 At its Ordinary Meeting on Wednesday 26 April 2017 the Murrindindi Shire Council resolved that the draft Council Plan 20172021 and draft Annual Budget 2017-2018, be placed on public exhibition i accordance with the Local Government Act 1989 and submissions from the public be received and considered by Council before both documents are adopted in their final form. The draft Annual Budget relates to the financial year commencing 1 July 2017 and ending 30 June 2018. Copies of both documents will be available for inspection from 1 May - 1 June 2017 at Council Offices located at: • Alexandra Office, 28 Perkins Street, Alexandra • Yea Office, The Semi Circle, Yea • Kinglake Office, 19 Kinglake-Whittlesea Road, Kinglake And additionally at: • Eildon Resource Centre, Main Street, Eildon • Marysville Lake Mountain Visitor Information Centre, 5 Murchison Street, Marysville Electronic copies will also be available on Council's website at www.murrindindi.vic.gov.au Submission Process Submissions from the community regarding the Council Plan 2017-2021 and Draft Annual Budget 2017-2018 are strongly encouraged. Any person wanting to make a submission on the Draft Council Plan (incorporating the Strategic Resource Plan) or the Draft Annual Budget must do so before 12.00pm on 1 June 2017. Submissions will be indentified in a public report. Submissions can be sent via email to msc@murrindindi.vic.gov.au, hand delivered to a Council office or posted to: Manager Business Services, Murrindindi Shire Council, PO Box 138, Alexandra, VIC, 3714 Council will meet at 6pm on Wednesday 7 June 2017 at the Alexandra Council Chambers to consider any written submissions. Submitters will be invited to attend and speak to their submission if they wish. Following consideration of submissions Council will then meet for the adoption of the Council Plan and Annual Budget at the Special Meeting of Council scheduled for 6pm on 21 June 2017 in the Alexandra Council Chambers. If you have any enquiries regarding the Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 and Draft Annual Budget 2017-2018 submission process, please contact: Coordinator Governance and Performance councilmeeting@murrindindi.vic.gov.au

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MOLESWORTH RECREATION RESERVE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT Notice is given of a PUBLIC MEETING To be held at the Molesworth Hall on Wednesday May 17, 2017 commencing at 7.30pm The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three (3) nor more than nine (9) persons as a Committee of Management for the Molesworth Recreation Reserve for a term of three years. The current Committee’s term will expire on June 20, 2017. All positions will be declared open and nomination accepted prior to the meeting. Nominations from women are encouraged. Further information, nomination forms and nominee declaration forms may be obtained by contacting the local Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning office and from the Committee Chairman, Gary Fitzgerald, PO Box 93, Yea, 3717 or telephone 0417 143 383 Nominations close with the Committee Chairman on Monday May 15, 2017. Nominations will not be accepted at the meeting. Should the number of nominations exceed the limit of nine (9) positions, a ballot for positions will be conducted at the meeting.

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Lilydale, Yarra Glen. You can submit your free listing: ONLINE FORM: LocalPaper.com.au EMAIL: editor@LocalPaper.com.au FAX: 1800 231 312 POST: PO Box 1278, Research, 3095

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Football Ground, Kinglake Central. Phone: Me Ennis, 0438 237 836. Every Tuesday. 7.30pm. Business Meeting. Lions Club of Whittlesea. At Whittlesea Bowling Club, Chruch St, Whittlesea. Phone: David Cordall, 0418 348 057. 2nd Tuesday. 8pm. Badminton. Kinglake Badminton Club. At Sports Stadium, Cnr Extons Rd and Main Rd, Kinglake Central. Phone: Neville, 9716 2020. Every Tuesday. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10 2nd Wednesday 9.45am. Meeting. Nillumbik Probus Club. Morning tea and chat. Speaker. At Bridges Restaurant and Nursery, Hurstbridge. Phone: Marg, 9436 1392. 2nd Wednesday. 9.30am. Badminton. Kinglake Badminton Club. At Sports Stadium, Cnr Extons Rd and Main Rd, Kinglake Central. Phone: Neville, 9716 2020. Every Wednesday. 10am-12 Noon. Playgroup. Nest Nature Playgroup. At Bollygum Park, Kinglake, Play, songs, rhymnes, morning tea and story. Phone: 9716 7314. Every Wednesday during term. 11am-2pm. Meeting. Kingflake Craft Group. At Kinglake Sports Stadium, Cnr Extons Rd and Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake Central. Phone: Jo, 0409 175 124. Every Wednesday. 6.30pm-8pm. Cubs (8-10 years). 1st Whittlesea Scout Group. At Scout Hall, Fir St, Whittlesea. Phone: Alan Harding, 0409 515 998. Every Wednesday. 7pm-8.30pm. Cubs (7-11 years). 1st Kinglake Scout Group. At Scout Hall, Kinglake Football Ground, Kinglake Central. Phone: Mel Ennis, 0438 237 836. Every Wednesday. 7.30pm. Table Tennis. Whittlesea Table Tennis Club. At Chandler Pavilion, Whittlesea Showgrounds. Phone: Les, 0419 466 018. www.wdtta.org.au Every Wednesday. 7.30pm-10.30pm. Bridge Club, Whittlesea. At Whittlesea Bowls Club, Church St, Whittlesea. Phone: Lyndall, 5786 1839. Every Wednesday. THURSDAY, MAY 11 2nd Thursday 7.30pm. Meeting. Friends of South Morang. Phone: Trevor, 0418 513 304. 2nd Thursday. 9am-2pm. Men’s Shed, Whittlesea. At Showgrounds, Yea Rd, Whittlesea. Phone: Ken Lennox, 9716 0116. Every Thursday. 10am-1pm. Supported Session. At Whittlesea Community Garden, Laurel St, Whittlesea. Every Thursday. 10.30am. Advanced Mandarin Lessons. At Yea Community House. Bookings Only. Every Thursday, except holdiays. 3.45pm-6pm. Coaching: Kids. Kinglake Ranges Tennis Club. Sutherland Rd, Kinglake Central. Phone: 0437 008 788. Every Thursday. Evenings. African Drumming Classes. At Allwood Neighbourhood House, Hurstbridge. Phone: Annie, 0407 102 578. Every Thursday


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■ Seniors. Results. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Kinglake 23.9 (147) d Thornton-Eildon 8.8 (56). Powelltown 21.16 (142) d Yea 13.9 (87). Yarra Glen 16.17 (113) d Seville 9.7 (71). Alexandra 14.17 (101) d Yarra Junction 12.7 (79). Belgrave - Bye. ■ Ladder. Round 3. 1.Yarra Glen, 204.08, 12. 2. Powelltown, 163.29, 12. 3. Belgrave, 162.16, 12. 4. Seville, 112.87, 8. 5. Alexandra, 103.41, 8. 6. Kinglake, 121.40, 4. 7. Yea, 66.38, 4. 8. Yarra Junction, 60.99, 0. 9. Thornton-Eildon, 36.16, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 4. Saturday, May 6. Alexandra v Powelltown. Seville v Belgrave. Yarra Junction v Thornton-Eildon. Kinglake Bye. Sunday, May 7. Yarra Glen v Yea. ■ Reserves. Results. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Thornton-Eildon 5.7 (37) d Kinglake 3.6 (24). Powelltown 8.13 (61) d Yea 4.7 (31). Yarra Glen 15.16 (106) d Seville 6.2 (38). Alexandra 17.16 (118) d Yarra Junction 4.3 (27). Belgrave - Bye. ■ Ladder. Round 3. 1.Belgrave, 664.07, 32. 2. Yarra Glen, 404.40, 12. 3. Powelltown, 189.26, 12. 4. Alexandra, 150.56, 8. 5. Seville, 133.05, 8. 6. Yea, 43.84, 4. 7. Thornton-Eildon, 35.90, 4. 8. Yarra Junction, 33.75, 0. 9. Kinglake, 29.82, 0.

April 29. Yarra Glen 69 d Seville 35. Kinglake Bye. Kinglake 49 d Thornton-Eildon 29. Powelltown 39 d Yea 32. Yarra Junction 78 d Alexandra 31. ■ Division 2. B-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Yarra Glen 91 d Seville 3. Kinglake Bye. Kinglake 48 d Thornton-Eildon 18. Yea 41 d Powelltown 36. Alexandra 63 d Yarra Junction 29. ■ Division 2. C-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Kinglake 49 d Thornton-Eildon 4. Yea 40 d Powelltown 17. Yarra Glen - Bye. Alexandra 53 d Yarra Junction 8. Belgrave - Bye. ■ Division 2. D-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Kinglake - Bye. Yea 25 d Powelltown 9. Yarra Glen - Bye. Alexandra 24 d Yarra Junction 3. Belgrave - Bye. ■ Division 1. A-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 62 d Emerald 27. OlindaFerny Creek 67 d Healesville 24. Wandin 102 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 13. Warburton-Millgrove 64 d Upwey-Tecoma 35. Woori Yallock 52 d Monbulk Hawks 23. ■ Division 1. B-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 62 d Emerald 35. OlindaFerny Creek 69 d Healesville 23. Wandin 81 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 21. Warburton-Millgrove 50 d Upwey-Tecoma 30. Woori Yallock 52 d Monbulk Hawks 26. ■ Division 1. C-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 26 d Emerald 13. OlindaFerny Creek 39 d Healesville 14. Wandin 48 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 20. Warburton-Millgrove 25 d Upwey-Tecoma 9. Woori Yallock 36 d Monbulk Hawks 16. ■ Division 1. D-Grade. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 22 d Emerald 14. OlindaFerny Creek 35 d Healesville 31. Wandin 31 d Gembrok-Cockatoo 19. Warburton-Millgrove 27 d Upwey-Tecoma 6. Woori Yallock 24 d Monbulk Hawks 19.

■ No football or netball reports were received from the Kinglake Football-Netball Club at the time of going to press.

YEA FOOTBALL CLUB REPORT

ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB REPORT

SENIORS Powelltown 21.16-142 defeated Yea 13.9-87 Yea suffered a disappointing 55-point loss to Powelltown, fading away late in the contest after a spirited first three quarters. The Demons completely took over the match in the final term, slamming on eight goals to one to quickly put a stop to any resistance from the visitors, who looked like they might have been ready to mount a charge. Powelltown were always a goal or two ahead but prior the last quarter blitz, the game was tight and the Tigers were very much in the contest, showing much improved intensity after a poor showing against Belgrave. A four goal to three second stanza blitz was arguably the most impressive period for the day, highlighted by dominance out of the midfield, high pressure and a refusal to let the ball easily out of the forward line. Shaun Pearce was excellent at both ends of the ground, presenting well at half forward early on before shifting to defence in the second half. Andrew Chisholm took several strong contested marks in the back half and Zac Pell won the ruck battle, while Aidan McSpeerin (two goals) worked hard all day. Xavier O'Dwyer found plenty of the football all across the ground and was also great in the air, Brendan Bullen competed admirably against Demons star Mitch McLaughlin and Eddie Neilson was dependable as usual. After a promising start, it was a shame Yea fell away so drastically but it will prove a valuable lesson for the young side, who have now experienced two weeks in a row the importance of competing for the entire match. A number of players should be available for selection this week, including Lachie Beattie, James Ryan, Rhys Ali and Dan Freeman. The Tigers will meet Yarra Glen in the Pride Cup this Sunday.

■ The AFL Yarra Ranges League Round 3 of the 2017 season saw the Alexandra Football/ Netball Club travel to Yarra Junction for two games of football and four games of netball. A mild autumn day following some morning drizzle and the football ground was as always in great condition with little or no wind. Alexandra senior football had won their last two games at the venue and would attempt to retrieve the George Steiner Cup. RESERVES The Reserves again had a strong side on paper with around six regular senior players listed but unlike round one, played very well to have a 91 point win. Alex began to the clubrooms end and with Brent McDonald and Ryley Norris prominent early led on the scoreboard. The second quarter was even better with Chris McKay and Shane Hill amongst the goals and Alex led by nine goals at half time. Alex looked a bit complacent in the third quarter and had trouble finding the goals as Jack Elkington playing his first game in Alex colors since 2014 was in fine form in defense as was Conor Heaslip. With Jake Coulson winning in the ruck Alex finished with a six goal last term to win 17.16.118 to 4.3.27. Best players included Jake Coulson, Jack Elkington, Zach Heaslip, Jonathon Noy, Conor Heaslip, Chris McKay (4 goals) and Shane Hill (4 goals). Awards: Caltex $25 fuel card - Jake Coulson, Alex Sportspower $20 award - Jack Elkington, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal - Zach Heaslip, Corner Hotel $20 meal - Jonathon Noy, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Chris McKay. SENIORS The Seniors ran out and began to the clubrooms end but the home side was first to goal at the bottom end as Alex wasted opportunities. Alex transitioned the ball well from defense and Jasper Rouget found Brayden Norris

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■ Seniors. Results. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 17.11 (113) d Emerald 12.11 (83). Upwey-Tecoma 15.16 (106) d Warburton-Millgrove 7.14 (56). Olinda- Ferny Creek 9.14 (68) d Healesville 4.13 (37). Wandin 31.20 (206) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 5.10 (40). Woori Yallock 13.14 (92) d Monbulk 8.8 (56). ■ Ladder. Round 3. 1. Olinda-Ferny Creek, 266.10, 12. 2. Woori Yallock, 229.03, 12. 3. Wandin, 221.78, 12. 4. Healesville, 248.39, 8. 5. Emerald, 110.44, 8. 6. Upwey-Tecoma, 72.60, 4. 7. Mt Evelyn, 72.4, 4. 8. Monbulk, 71.61, 0. 9. Gembrok-Cockatoo, 33.92, 0. 10. WarburtonMillgrove, 24.94, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 4. Saturday, May 6. Gembrook-Cockatoo v Mt Evelyn. Healesville v Emerald. Warburton-Millgrove v Wandin. Monbulk v Upwey-Tecoma. Olinda-Ferny Creek v Woori Yallock. ■ Reserves. Results. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Emerald 10.7 (47) d Mt Evelyn 6.6 (42). Warburton-Millgrove 12.12 (84) d UpweyTecoma 8.5 (53). Olinda-Ferny Creek 5.7 (37) d Healesville 2.8 (2)0. Wandin 19.15 (129) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 2.3 (150. Monbulk 11.7 (73) d Woori Yalloock 2.4 (16). ■ Ladder. Round 3. 1. Wandin, 361.11, 12. 2. Olinda-Ferny Creek, 248.57, 12. 3. Emerald, 181.90, 12. 4. Healesville, 240.24, 8. 5. Mt Evelyn, 129.23, 4. 6. Monbulk, 77.38, 4. 7. Upwey-Tecoma, 73.75, 4. 8. Warburton-Millgrove, 65.35, 4. 9. Woori Yallock, 29.56, 0. 10. Gembrok-Cockatoo, 19.59, 0. ■ Under 18s. Results. Round 3. Saturday, April 29. Mt Evelyn 10.9 (69) d Emerald 8.4 (52). Ypwey-Tecoma 13.6 (84) d WatburtonMillgrove 9.8 (62). Wandin 20.12 (132) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 4.6 (30). Woori Yallock 8.11 (69) d Monbulk 7.7 (49). Healesville 18.12 (12) d Yarra Glen 5.7 (37). ■ Ladder. Round 3. 1. Healesville, 250.00, 12. 2. Emerald, 198.46, 12. 3. Emerald, 398.7, 8. 4. Mt Evelyn, 182.68, 8. 5. Upwey-Tecoma, 166.89, 8. 6. Woori Yallock, 68.91, 8. 7. Warburton-Millgrove, 98.01, 4. 8. Monbulk, 30.96, 0. 9. Yarra Glen, 28.19, 0. 10. Gembrook-Cockatoo, 23.52, 0.

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■ Division 2. A-Grade. Round 3. Saturday,

YEA FOOTBALL CLUB REPORT

ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB REPORT

Yea. Goal Kickers: R. Akers, D. Pell, D. Ali, T. Lang. Best Players: S. Pearce, A. Chisholm, X. O'Dwyer, A. McSpeerin, E.Neilson, B. Bullen RESERVES Powelltown 8.13-61 defeated Yea 4.7-31 Yea were unable to recover from a slow start, battling hard but ultimately going down to Powelltown by 30 points. The Tigers had plenty of opportunities to score but failed to capitalise and couldn't manage a major in the first quarter, while the Demons booted the opening two goals to take a 13 point lead at the first break. Yea booted four goals in the next two quarters but the home side did enough to keep a solid buffer before closing out the game with a two goal-to-one final term. Brad Clements starred in his return game at the club, splitting his time between half back and the midfield, Tyrone Lang (one goal) was ferocious with his attack on the football and Dean Clue battled hard. Andrew Butterworth tried all day and Don Ali (one goal) was a four quarter performer, while Ryan Akers and Darcy Pell both hit the scoreboard with a major apiece. The reserves have struggled in the last two weeks for players but should have several players return in the next fortnight. Yea will square off against Yarra Glen on Sunday. Yea. Goal Kickers: R. Akers, D. Pell, D. Ali, T. Lang. Best Players: B. Clements, T. Lang, D. Clue, D. Ali, A. Butterworth - Patrick Evans

juggling mark but the kick did not match the mark as Yarra Junction then snapped a second goal. After further behinds, Scott Hill found the space between the big posts and Alex again moved the ball the length of the ground after a kick-in and Luke Heard made the Junction defense pay for a mistake. The Eagles responded with their third goal but Alex led by 5 points at the first change. The ever alert Norris anticipated a hurried kick out of the Junction defense and kicked the first goal of the second quarter before Ryan Carter earned a free the hard way and his kick was marked by Rouget near the goal post but Jasper hasn't quite mastered those banana kicks as yet. Heard tapped the ball cleverly to Norris and his snap was on target. The Eagles got the next goal to keep in touch but Will Goonan marked strongly to turn the next attack before the home side with successive goals leveled the scores. Stephen Steiner bullocked his way out of the centre and Norris's behind gave Alex back the lead. Nathan Dundas kicked long forward and Rouget outmarked two opponents and from virtually straight in front was much more comfortable. Jordan Purcell and Matt Steiner were involved in getting the ball to Norris and his long kick never looked like missing, giving Alex a 14 point lead at the main break. Play early in the third quarter rebounded between the forward arcs with Scott Heveren marking when able and spoiling when not, showing the way in defense. Norris kicked his 5th goal and Callum Tranter and Ben Cooper who looks back to his best form combined for a goal to the latter. Alex seemed to be getting on top but the Eagles added a seventh goal, Dundas who had come into the game goaled after receiving from Stephen Steiner before Junction added the last two goals to still have a chance at the last change, trailing by 14 points. Rouget made the most of a blatant free with his second goal but the home side again replied through Wheeler (No.16) who had led and marked well all game. Tranter, who always seems to add to his goal tally each game converted from a free to maintain the margin. Norris who was in fine form kicked the last two goals to bring his game tally to 7, the last from a Bradley type free (only the old timers will understand the reference) and give the team a 22 point win 14.17 - 101 to 12.7 - 79. In the Junction social rooms after the game, Scott Rowan accepted the George Steiner Cup which had been in Junction's hands for a number of years, with Brayden Norris also receiving the George Steiner medallion for Alexandra's best player on the day as awarded by the Junction coaching group. Awards: Alex Standard $50 fuel card - Brayden Norris, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal - Lee Ragg, Corner Hotel $20 meal - Ben Cooper, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Luke Heard. NETBALLAWARDS: A grade lost: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Lauren Steyger, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 Meal Caitlin Haggis; B grade won: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Olivia Twining, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 meal Kathryn Veldman; C grade won: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Kylie Cairns, Essence Coffee Lounge $10 meal Laura Westwood; D grade won: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Jorja Gesler, Essence Coffee Lounge $10 meal - Cass Read. CLUB NOTES Last Thursday's Rebel Raffles are sponsored by Holmesglen @ Eildon and Mt. Pleasant Hotel, Reddrops Foodworks / Houseboat Sales Lake Eildon, Eildon Bakery / Outdoor Education Group, Alexandra Quality Meats / Alexandra Windscreens and Yea Chinese Restaurant / Bailey Funerals and were won by Jake Steyger, George Anderson, Sam Kidd, Mandy Gesler and Bill Beadle. The Holmesglen @ Eildon Jackpot did not go off and will be worth $1,100

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ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB REPORT

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YEA JUNIOR FOOTBALL NETBALL REPORTS

YEA JUNIOR FOOTBALL NETBALL REPORTS

this week so come along and buy some tickets at $1 each but you need to be at the Club rooms at 8.00 pm for the draw. Do not forget to order your Club merchandise - polo shirts, warm up shirts @ $40, hoodies @ $60, Club stubby holders @ $7, travel mugs and beanies @ $15, peaked caps and cook books @ $20, bumper stickers are free. The Alexandra History Book is also in stock, available at the Alexandra Newsagents @ $25. Thursday night dinners have two sittings, for juniors and then seniors after their respective training with main course and sweets - adults $15 and kids $10, everyone is welcome. This coming Saturday the Rebels are at home and host Powelltown for two games of football and four games of netball with everyone welcome to enjoy the Club's hospitality after the games with the raffle and the awards. The Rebels' Dream Team Auction will be held this Saturday in the social rooms and again everyone is welcome, entry is free. Last year the owner of the winning team won over $5000 so there is a great chance to invest wisely. In coming weeks, everyone has the bye for Interleague on Saturday, 13th May and the following week on Saturday, 20th May we travel to Thornton for the local derby and then the Club Ball is that night at Holmesglen. See Kate Mullins and Emma Kidd to make your booking. Sunday, April 30 The Alexandra Football/Netball Club junior teams returned to Rebel Park for round 2 of the 2017 season and hosted new Club Wandong in four grades of football and under 12s netball whilst the Rebels also hosted Euroa in three grades of netball. Under 12s Football Alex 3.7 - 25 drew with Wandong 3.7 - 25 Essence Coffee Lounge award Lachlan Armstrong; Reddrops Foodworks award Tommy Meggitt; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Will Wright; Provender Country Bakehouse award Casey Collett; Goulburn River Trout award Brad Irvine; Armstrong Family award Mitchell Coutts; Hadfield Contractors award Nathan Murray; Coach's award Coen Miljkovic. Thank you to Nathan Dundas and Jedd Hamill for umpiring. Under 14s Football Alex 8.7 - 55 defeated Wandong 6.6 - 42 Essence Coffee Lounge award Bowen McCarthy; Reddrops Foodworks award Kobe Gogoll; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Ben Jack; Provender Country Bakehouse award Brad Christie; Parsons Family award Ryan Lucas; Smith Family award Jaxon Carlton; Coach's award Jacob Bourke. Thank you to Scott Hill and Steve Steiner for umpiring. Under 16s Football Alex 4.3 - 27 defeated by Wandong 10.14 - 74 Essence Coffee Lounge award Angus Smith; Reddrops Foodworks award Tom Rouget; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Jordan Laurie-Rhodes; Provender Country Bakehouse award Tyson Pedlar; Bundalaguah Engineering award Harrison Cann; Coach's award Damon Malcolm. Thank you to Sam Kidd and Corey Malcolm for umpiring. Under 14s Netball (Div 2) Alexandra 6 defeated by Euroa 26 Reddrops Foodworks award Jana Andreou; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Jamie Baird; Goulburn River Trout award Charlotte Harris. Under 12s Netball Alexandra 24 defeated Wandong 3 Reddrops Foodworks award Mikaela Krijt; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Ruby Russell; Bundalaguah Engineering award Lily Bossonnet. Under 14s Netball (Div 1) Alexandra 17 defeated by Euroa 44 Reddrops Foodworks award Jorja Gesler and Riley Thomas; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Jess Webber-Lally; Goulburn River Trout award Jemima Sheehan. Under 16s Netball Alexandra 27 defeated Euroa 23

Reddrops Foodworks award Chelsie Witnish; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Matilda Walker; Alexandra Physiotherapy award Taite Ritchie. A very big thank you to the above award sponsors for their continued support of our junior footballers and netballers in 2017. Next Sunday we are at Rebel Park and host Broadford for four games of football and we host St.Marys for under 14 and under 16 netball with under 12 netball having a bye. Under 14 Div 2 netball play Yea during the week. The following weekend everyone has the bye for Interleague. If anyone can assist with the canteen on home games during the season please speak to Ros Smith to go on the roster. - Ray Steyger

the ring to help get it to our shooters. Jordyn O stuck tight to her player getting plenty of deflects. 30 - 9. Hannah B got the first goal for this quarter but St Marys followed quickly with theres. Ebony worked tirelessly in GD making the GA work hard for every ball. Hannah C played well in WD. Maggie stepped up to the role of C with excellence 41 - 15. Yea's base line throw in improved in the last quarter. Hannah B took a great intercept which resulted in Yea getting a goal. Thank you to the 3 under 14 players Jordyn Beattie, Abby Christie and Maggie McSpeerin for filling in, you all played extremely well. 50 - 20. Royal Mail Award - Hannah Broderick. Tiger Bucks - Maggie McSpeerin - Michelle Dolman

4thQ. Maggie coming in as GS was a refreshing change in the last qtr. Everyone start to tire a little but a quick couple of goals by Yea made it very exciting. It was a great hard fought last qtr with the girls missing the win by 2 goals in the end. Great job Yea. Final Score: St Marys 19 def Yea 17 Awards: Royal Mail - Cassie Wilsmore. Tiger Bucks - Ruby O'Dwyer - Bec Christie

YEA JUNIOR FOOTBALL NETBALL REPORTS UNDER 16 FOOTBALL Sundays game was against the strong St.Marys line-up but the young Tigers were ready for a challenge.The start was all St.Marys with two quick goals but Yea finally steadied to have just as many forward entries but could only manage one major for the quarter. The second opened much the same but Yea's wayward kicking would prove costly .The Tiger back men were under great pressure,and led byJohnny Turvey, Jordy Harry ,Nick Gilbee and Nathan Beattie the Tigers were still in with a sniff at half time. The third quarter saw the Tigers battle hard and keep matching it with the Saints, but their better conversion rate and the Tigers a man down for the rest of the game meant StMarys would finish on top of Yea boys. Let's bounce back this week with a win before the bye.All players chipped in at various stages,but consistent players were Johnny Turvey ,Nathan Beattie,Jye Aldous ,Jordy Harry and Ben Wilsmore. From the rusty Tigersnake

UNDER 14 DIVISON 1 NETBALL 1st Q. It was a tough start to the game, the girls were very competitive with St Marys scoring the 1st goal. Great defensive work by Cassie as GK, Maggie (C) moved around mid-court making plenty of space. St Marys 6 to Yea 2 2ndQ. Second qtr saw no changes to the players or positions. Abby (GA) scored in the first minute but St Marys responded quickly. Some little mistakes by Yea created easy goals for St Marys. Jordyn (WA) continued to work hard with Holly (WD) in md court. Ruby (GD) and Cassie (GK) had their work cut out. Abby and Melody (GS) shot a few quick goals which improved out score. St Marys 13 to Yea 7 rdQ. Third qtr saw lots of position changes with Jordy moving to centre, Melinda as WA, Remi to GS and Cassie & Ruby continuing to play well in defence. Holly (WD) worked hard to stop the St Marys play. St Marys 18 to Yea 12

UNDER 12 NETBALL

Q1 It was a beautiful sunny morning in Seymour, good competitive start by the Tigers. Zoee (GD) and Haylee GK worked well in defence but St Mary's goalers were a bit stronger, who got first few goals of the game. Maddie (GA) and Bridie H (GS) worked well together in goals and Matilda (C ) brought the ball down the court beautifully. St Marys 5 Yea 0 Q2 A few changes this quarter with Tilly (GD) and Bridie H (GK )into defence, Zoee to centre doing well. Bella (WA), Bonnie (WD) and Sienna (GS) entered the game this quarter, playing well on debut. Good effort by Yea but St Mary's just a little taller. St Mary's 10 Yea 0 Q3 Pressure kept up by Yea with Finn (WD) and Bridie M (WA) playing well. first goal to Yea by Maddie (GA). Great effort by the girls, St Mary's just a little stronger. St Mary's 21 Yea 1 Q4 Maddie (GA) with another goal to Yea. Sienna (C), good effort by Yea to try and hold on but St Mary's were just taller and stronger. Well done to our first timers Finn, Bella, Bonnie, Sienna and Haylee. St Mary's 26 Yea 2 Awards - Royal Mail Zoee . Tiger Bucks Finn - Tonia Holdsworth-Rose

● No Yea Senior Netball reports were received at time of publication. - Editor

UNDER 14 FOOTBALL After a good win last week the tigers headed to Seymour to play St Mary’s who’ve had the wood on us in recent times. This was going to be a great test to see how much we’ve improved. Arienne Holdsworth-Rose took a solid mark at half forward to setup our first from Luke Kelderman giving us the edge before it became evident that this game was going to be a tough midfield battle. The second quarter started with a quick goal from St Mary’s before the arm wrestle continued in the middle with Yea matching the early goal with a late one. Yea pressed forward harder late in the third with Perry Moon locking it in the forward 50 on several occasions giving the defence a rest before the fourth quarter onslaught from St Mary’s with the backline digging deep and holding them off for a tough all round performance that shows what a TEAM can do. Yea 3.2.20 defeated St Mary 1.1.7 Goal kickers: Luke Kelderman 1, Riley Slevin 1, Jackson Grech 1 Memorable Moment Seeing what a team can achieve when every player digs deep for each other and beating a foe on their home turf. - Greg Philpot

Yea Under 12s. Photo: Donna Slevin

UNDER 16 NETBALL The defensive pressure from both sides was strong straight off so the first goal took a few minutes, which was scored by St Marys. Once Yea settled and found some rhythm working as a team we scored our first goal. Jordan W and Hannah B worked well together with some nice passes to each other under the ring. St Marys 20 - Yea 4. Abby went into GK putting which put more pressure onto the St Marys shooters making them work harder to get to the ball. Jordyn B pre-

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Hurstbridge Office: 784 Main Road, Hurstbridge. 9718 2222 Kinglake Office: Shop 1, Glenburn Road, Kinglake. 5786 1199


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Alexandra

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Eildon

NEW

Luxury Living • 4 Bedroom, 3 bathroom brick home on 87 acres • Separate guest accommodation • Solar power and battery storage

Alexandra

NEW

200 Acres on the Crystal Creek • Tidy 3 bedroom fibro home with split system • Undercover entertaining deck and double carport • Undulating to rising hill country with part grazing and part bush • Mature nut trees and a variety of fruit trees • Abundant water supply with potable bore and new tanks $495,000

“Noonamena” Luxurious getaway on 83acres:• Rendered brick home with 4 bed rooms plus office • Central heating and cooling, huge entertaining deck ·

• Established gardens with pool and decking • 5 dams, irrigation system & 88,000 Lt rain water $ 7 9 7, 0 0 0

Eildon

SOLD

• 8 acres (3.3Hectares) of vacant land • flat at the top and rolls down to another near flat area at the bottom. • Great views, ready to build to your dream home • Services available. $190,000

• Separate luxury guesthouse (ideal B&B) above double garage • Tennis court and i.g. pool. Stunning views over Lake Eildon $795,000

Alexandra

Alexandra

UNDER CONTRACT

All the hard work is done on this tidy Eildon home:• 3 bedrooms, new bathroom • Restumped, re-roofed, re-painted • Returning $225.00 per week • Fantastic investment property $189,500 View By Appointment Landmarkharcourts.com.au/LAX4324

Sales Specialis ts I Belinda Hocking 04 18 115 55774 Specialists 0418 David Ross 0429 210 221 Cathkin

OPEN THIS SATURDAY, MAY 6 - 11AM TO 12 NOON

Perfect Country Home • 4 Bedroom 2 bathroom home on 15 acres • Master bedroom with BIR and ensuite with spa bath • In ground Swimming pool and beautifully landscaped gardens • large sheds two fully lockable and Cattle yards. $760,000

Landmark Harcourts Alexandra 56 Grant Street, Alexandra I 5772 3444 $1,425,000 For Sale

Woodlea. 3731 Goulburn Valley Highway, Cathkin

LIFESTYLE FARM WITH GOULBURN RIVER ACCESS

‘Woodlea’ presents an outstanding opportunity to secure a picturesque lifestyle property with income generated from the working farm. There are 216 acres (210 freehold and 10 acres leasehold) of improved pasture with a good balance of flat to slight undulating country, good carrying capacity and with Goulburn River access. The 3 bedroom homestead has 2 bathrooms, "chef's kitchen" with views over the rear garden. The formal sitting room has an open fire place; the family room with vaulted ceilings overlooks the front garden and deck. The home is fresh and "homely" and is surrounded by an exquisite 2 acres of English garden. There is a lawn tennis court. The recently renovated cottage is fully self-contained and maybe another income source from farm stay or B&B. Don't miss this wonderful varied lifestyle property: P r i v a t e S a l e $ 11,, 4 2 5 5,, 0 0 0

Sales Specialist I Stuart Oddy 0402 349 120 w w w.landmarkhar .landmarkharcc ourts. ourts.cc om.au

Landmark Har Harcc ourts Y Yee a tr eet, Y ea I 5577 9 7 2277 9 9 5 2 High SStr treet, Yea

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