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■ MURRINDINDI Shire Council performs poorly in a number of key indicators in the ‘Know Your Council’ performance level summary overseen by the Victorian State Government. Latest figures were released last week.

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The Council’s expenditure level per property assessment is $3231.61, compares to an average of all Victorian municipalities of $2948.33. Workforce turnover, usually an indicator of staff morale, is 16.1 per cent, far ahead of the state average of 11.55 per cent. Unrestricted cash is 8.38 per cent, compared to the Victorian average of 110.72 per cent. Local asset renewal as a percentage of depreciation is 49.41 per cent, compared with 75.71 per cent elsewhere in the state, on average. Turn To Page 13 A Quality Tile and Timber flooring store. FLOORBOARDS/TILES

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■ A low of 0° is expected in Yea today (Wed.). Similar lows are expected on Sunday and Monday of the Queen’s Birthday Holiday weekend. An expected minimum of -1° is expected at Mansfield this morning (Wed.). Weather.com says a low of -5° was expected last night at Mount Buller. A minimum of -5° is forecast for Lake Mountain, near Marysville, today (Wed.). Minus 3, minus 4 and minus 4 are expected for Saturday, Sunday and Monday respectively. Lows of 2° are expected at Kinglake on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The weather is expected to encourage a high volume of snow traffic over the Queen’s Birthday Holiday weekend on the Melba Hwy, Maroondah Hwy and WhittleseaYea Rd to the snowfields. Yea’s Country Club Hotel has reopened this week, ahead of the tourist traffic increase.

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■ Publican John Drysdale has re-opened the Country Club, Hotel. First patrons lined up at the wholly refurbished Yea icon from Monday. The building has been extensively re-built by Hedger Constructions following fire. John Drysdale has re-furnished the premises, which now includes a lift, and new facilities and kitchen. The upstairs area can be used for Yea community functions. It seats more than 100 people. The hotel is readying for the heavy snow traffic expected this weekend for the Queen’s Birthday Holiday weekend. Local staff have been employed by the hotel.

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WEDNESDAY Alexandra. Mostly cloudy. 0°-13° Eildon. Sunny. -1°-13° Kinglake. Sunny. 2°-11° Marysville. Mostly sunny. 1°-11° Whittlesea. Mostly sunny. 2°-13° Yea. Mostly cloudy. 0°-13° THURSDAY Alexandra. Partly cloudy. 4°-13° Eildon. Partly cloudy. 3°-12° Kinglake. Showers. 3°-10° Marysville. Scattered showers. 4°-10° Whittlesea. Scattered showers. 6°-12° Yea. Partly cloudy. 4°-13° FRIDAY Alexandra. Partly cloudy. 4°-13° Eildon. Mostly sunny. 4°-13° Kinglake. Partly cloudy. 2°-12° Marysville. Mostly cloudy. 5°-10° Whittlesea. Partly cloudy. 8°-12° Yea. Mostly sunny. 4°-13° SATURDAY Alexandra. Partly cloudy. 2°-14° Eildon. Partly cloudy. 1°-14° Kinglake. Partly cloudy. 2°-12° Marysville. Partly cloudy. 2°-12° Whittlesea. AMostly cloudy. 4°-13° Yea. Partly cloudy. 2°-14° SUNDAY Alexandra. Partly cloudy. 1°-14° Eildon. Partly cloudy. 1°-13° Kinglake. Partly cloudy. 1°-12° Marysville. Sunny. 1°-12° Whittlesea. Partly cloudy. 3°-14° Yea. Partly cloudy. 1°-14°

River Heights Goulburn R at Lake Eildon D/S. Time: 11.45pm Mon. Height: 0.60. Tendency: steady Flood class: Below minor Rubicon R at Rubicon. 11.45pm Mon. 0.48 Steady. Acheron R at Taggerty. 10.49pm Mon. 0.55 Steady. Below minor Home Ck at Yarck. 12.44am Tue. 0.18. Steady. Yea R at Devlins Bridge. 12.22am Tue. 0.50. Steady. Below minor Yea R at Yea. 12.46am Tue. 0.43. Steady. Below minor. Goulburn R at Ghin Ghin. 11.45pm Mon. 2.94. Steady King Parrot Ck at Flowerdale. 11.45pm Mon 0.43. Steady. Below minor Goulburn R at Trawool. 11.45pm Mon. 0.59. Steady. Below minor Sunday Ck at Tallarook. 11.45pm Mon. 0.3. Steady. Below minor Goulburn R at Seymour. 11.30pm Mon. 0.85 Steady. Below minor Whiteheads Ck at Seymour. 10.21pm Mon. 1.14. Steady Hughes Ck at Tarcombe Road. 11.18pm Mon. 0.85. Steady. Below minor

News Briefs Teens arrested ■ Police have arrested two teenagers following a brawl at the weekend in Doreen. The incident occurred about 3.30pm outside a licensed premises on Hazel Glen Drive. A 24-year-old Doreen man was taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. A 17 year-old boy from Doreen and a 16year-old boy from South Morang were arrested by Police and were assisting with enquiries. The investigation into the incident is ongoing and detectives from Whittlesea Crime Investigation Unit would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident or has further information. It’s believed up to seven males were involved in the brawl. Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Greenhouse action ■ Yarra Ranges Council says it is on track to reduce corporate greenhouse emissions to 10,000 tonnes per annum by 2020

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Tourist rescued after slip at Cathedral Ranges

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■ A media person (not us) is using the name Caledonian Chronicle for a news service in the Kinglake area. A business name registration with the Australian Securities Investments Commission indicates that the business name registration of the Kinglake Chronicle, held at a Bairnsdale address, expired on March 4 last year.

CFA changes

■ Captain Shanon Frith has resigned as leader at Buxton CFA. Lieutenant Matt Carlton has been elevated to the role of Brigade Officer in Charge. Bill Kleiss and Phil Ladson were elected to the First and Second Lieutenant roles respectively. Isaac Sims is the new Third Lieutenant who is just short of his 18th birthday. Judy Kleiss steps back in to the Communications Officer position.

Kinglake weather ● Rescue volunteers at Wells Cave Track at the weekend, as Incident Controller, Victoria Police’s Leading Senior Constable Steve Major, conducts a debrief of the responding crews that helped in the rescue. ■ A Canadian tourist was rescued after slipping down a ledge near the Wells Cave Track on the Cathedral Range and becoming disoriented in the dark on Saturday. Volunteers say that a call to Emergency000 around 5:45pm alerted Victoria Police to the hiker’s plight but details of their location were unclear. The caller was able to access the Emergency000 system but wasn't able to be called back so kept the line open to the Police calltaker. ● Marysville CFA provided hot drinks for volunteers. The Buxton CFA Photos: Facebook/Buxton CFA Facebook page said: confirm he could hear that a rope rescue for the trouble caused. “Initially, the caller in- short blasts from the would be required. “He was lucky not dicated he had fallen Police car's siren from “High Angle Resto have seriously from a mountain trail the carpark below cue specialist crews injuredbeen and, with the near a ‘Cerberus him. were already enroute near sub-zero temTrack’. “The VicPol heli- from Monbulk CFA peratures, it was very “He had been hik- copter eventually loDandenong CFA fortunate he was able ing alone and didn't cated him using and as well as further to call for help. know the area or ex- searchlights and pro- VicPol rescue crews. “Unfortunately, the act location. vided GPS coordi“With large dead hiker had no prior “The hiker had ad- nates to the Incident Ash preventing a ver- knowledge of the vised VicPol that he Control located at the tical winch, the com- tracks and left the had slipped off the carpark. bined specialist rescue parking area with little walking track and had “Initially, Taggerty crews worked to- more than an hour of come to rest on a rocky Captain Daryl Rob- gether to secure rope good daylight remainledge. He wasn't cer- ertson took command lines above the hiker ing. tain how far he had of CFA resources sup- and to lower him to an “His only real savfallen or the extent of porting the VicPol In- area where he could ing grace was that his any injuries. cident Controller. be walked out. phone survived the “The initial re“Crews from Am“Other ground fall. sponding Police unit bulance Victoria, crews worked to mark “We're not sure was able to combine SES, and CFA joined out a suitable route to how much his internathe vague location with the VicPol Search avoid the patient hav- tional roaming call provided with local and Rescue Squad to ing to pass through charges will amount knowledge in order to access the hiker and, Wells Cave,” the to,” commented the determined the caller eventually, bring him Buxton CFA report report author. was most likely some- out of the forest. “Incident Controlsaid. where on one of the “Initially, person“The hiker was ler, VicPol's Leading Cathedral Peak walk- nel from Buxton CFA walked out, under the Senior Constable ing tracks. and Marysville SES care of paramedics, Steve Major, thanked “A check of park- guided paramedics to by SES and CFA per- all involved in the resing areas along the general area in an sonnel some time af- cue.” Cerberus Rd resulted attempt to access his ter midnight; more Appreciation has in a hire car being lo- condition while a com- than six hours after the been extended to cated in the Sugarloaf mand post was estab- initial call for help. Taggerty, Thornton Saddle carpark. lished at Sugarloaf “In total more than and Buxton CFA “Fortunately, the Peak carpark. 30 responders took crews, crews from hiker's mobile phone “Local resident part in a difficult op- Marysville SES, the was well charged and and member of the eration on a very cold various Ambulance he was able to stay in VicPol Search and night in the dark. Victoria crews, and touch with the police Rescue Squad, “Our Canadian Victoria Police teams call-taker long enough Sargent Greg Paul, visitor thanked all from Eildon, Air Wing to be located. was able to reach the those involved and and the Search and “He was able to hiker and determined was very apologetic Rescue Squad.

■ Kinglake weather data Summary for May: Min. Temp: 2.6c (0334 hrs, May 31) Max Temp: 11.2c (1630hrs, May 27) Rainfall: 48.4mm Rain Days: 22 - Ashley Geelan

Sports night

■ Thornton-Eildon Football Club is holding a Sportsmen’s Night at the clubrooms this Saturday night (June 10) after the game against Seville. Dustin Fletcher, Joe Misiti, Adam Ramanauskas and Aaron Henneman will be in attendance for the $50-per-person event, which includes food and entertainment. Drinks will be available at bar prices. For tickets, call Phil Gourlay on 0409 956 999, or John Creighton on 0439 600 366.

Stakeholders query

■ Resident Veronica Hendrickson addressed a question about the proposed Early Child Care precinct at Alexandra, to the Murrindindi Shire Council meeting held at Yea late last month. Ms Hendrickson queried who Council considered the “stakeholders” to be.

Narbethong plan

■ Submissions made by two people at last month’s Murrindindi Shire Council seemed to help swing a vote to allow a dwelling on a Stoney Creek Ct property at Narbethong. Paul Thomas and Eileen Hogan spoke in favour of the proposal, even though a Council officer had suggested that a permit be refused.

Refusal at K’lake

■ Murrindindi Shire Council has refused permission for a shed extension on a property at Hill Rd. Officers reported that V. Dimoski was asking for approval to enclose an existing verandah for storage purposes.

Locals lose case

■ Despite his 40-year residency in the Buxton area, Arthur Jones has lost his objection to the Fun Mudder event planned for the area on October 22 at Granite Park Pl. Organiser Nick Bolto said he was keen to work with Mr Jones to enable the event aimed at young people - top go ahead. Four land owners in the area had expressed their concern about the event to Murrindindi Shire Council.

Must allow progress

■ Redgate Ward councillor Margaret Rae told last month’s Murrindindi Shire Council meeting that we “must allow for progress to occur”. She was speaking about the plan for a service station on Whittlesea-Yea Rd, Kinglake West. Only Cr Bec Bowles voted for the proposal not to be allowed.


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● Margaret Abbey, Shire CEO ■ Murrindindi Shire residents seem unperturbed that their Council is predicting a $1 million loss this financial year, and $½-million deficits in each of the coming 10 years. Only two people have lodged submissions about the Draft Annual Budget for 2017-18, which is due to be discussed at a special meeting of Council tonight (Wed.) at Alexandra. One submitter asked about employee costs, legal expenses and intent to borrow. The Council is asked to clarify legal expenses which are quoted in the range of $248,000-$265,000. Queries are also asked about why Council borrows $500,000 each year and pays interest, when it was $22 million in reserve.

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Off to Atlanta

David complained to social media friends at the weekend about the high cost of cash exchange at Sydney Airport. “Should have gone to Yea Community Bank before you left,” replied local bank chairman Gary Pollard.

Yea pub re-opens

■ Every good wish to John Drysdale who this week has reopened the Country Club Hotel after its meticulous re-building by freehold owner Julian Dyer. The re-built upstairs area of the hotel ● David is stunning, and will be Anderson available for local ■ Yea man David functions. Anderson is in AtThe upstairs ballanta, USA, for a Ro- cony will be a hit in tary International summer ... but perhaps conference. not this week.

● Russell Hogg ■ It’s becoming quite cold ahead of the ski visitors passing through the region ahead of the Queen’s Birthday Holiday weekend. Yea man Russell Hogg says he recorded a zero temperature at 4pm on Sunday.

Chasing money

■ Craig Tucker, 26, of Glenburn, will be participating in this year’s Variety Bash, a fund raising drive to Fraser Island in August. Craig is looking for local sponsors, to help raise money for the ‘Children’s Charity’. Craig, with mate Charlie Scarcella, will travel via Lakes Entrance, Narooma, Caloundra, Canberra, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour and Toowoomba. It is Craig’s 13th journey; Charlie’s 26th. To make a donation, contact Craig on 0408 321 231. Donors can pay to Westpac Bank account BSB 033018 260338.

Walk back in time, 100 years ago

No need for CEO ■ Yea Shire Engineer Stan Kisler told Yea Council that he could not see the reason why a Chief Executive Officer should be appointed to the Yea Council. The Council voted 6-6 to go ahead with the appointment of a CEO.

Editor confesses ■ Newspaper editor Ash Long admits he may have been “cerebally irritated”, “in a confused state”, “in high spirits” or “tired and emotional” as he walked into the Callander family pool in Oliver St, Yea, on a pitch-black winter night. Long was trying to find his way to a 1987 Rotary Club committee meeting.

Stephen chosen ■ Stephen Stewart of Kinglake was chosen as the Rotary Club of Yea selection to be interviewed as a potential overseas exchange student.

Quiet weekend ■ Yea police reported an unusally quiet Queen’s Birthday Holiday weekend. Yea Towing operator Len Harrison reported that he too had a quiet weekend. Local police rostered on duty were Sen. Consts. Peter Abrahams and Ken Moore.

Sad passing ■ There was large gathering at Scots Presbyterian Church, Yea, for the funeral service for Miss Annie (Claire) Sinclair Anderson Purcell. Pastor Doug Duncanson led the service for the highly-respected 74-year-old. She had lived at ‘Thurso’, The Parade, Yea.

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● Michael Aldous and Trudy Aldous ■ St Luke’s 49th Debutante Ball was held in Yea. Trudy Aldous was partnered by Michael Sier. Other debs were Linda Stevenson (Jason Pumpa), Dianne Mitchell (Steven Osborn), Karen Baynes (Stephen Baynes), Megan Archer (Gary McKenzie), Tracie Skinner (Gene Payne), Carlene de Somerville (Dennis McMahon), Joanne Kindred (Geoff Clark), Shirley Hopkins (Michael Rowan), Jodie Arnstrong (Ian Venn), Therese McMahon (Timothy Halligan) and Raelene Lenne (John Owen). Some 217 people were in the Yea Shire Hall, with another 100 in the balcony.

$2000 for Centre ■ A further $2000 in donations had been banked for the proposed Yea Community Centre. Many of the donations were made possible through the Rotary Club of Yea Livestock Appeal. Alan Christie raised $575 by asking for contributions from campers along the Goulburn River.

Barb Fisher wins ● Alan Thorley of the Yea and District Historical Society has released a Yea photo from the 1920s showing High St with The Yea Co-Operative Stores, the newspaper office signwritten with crossed British and Australian flags, the Bank of New South Wales, the shop of J.A. Wild tailors, other local businesses and the then-named Commercial Hotel.

■ Yea lady golfer Barb Fisher won the guests’ day at Heidelberg. Kath Homewood won the Mona Clark Stableford Competition. Barb Sheather won the event of the day with 40 points. Marie Sier featured in theAteam’s event at Nagambie.


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Taurus: (April 21- May 20) Lucky day: Monday Racing numbers: 3-6-4-5 Lotto numbers: 1-17-21-24-30-34 Some possible family celebrations coming up and someone special could surprise you. Love life should be a breeze and good luck in business and career matters. Gemini: ( May 21- June 21) Lucky day: Wednesday Racing numbers: 1-4-9-8 Lotto numbers: 9-17-26-35-40-41 Look after your health and you will be able to enjoy your special time with loved ones. It might be the right time to make some changes in your life and diet. Cancer: (June 22- July 22) Lucky day: Sunday Racing numbers: 5-4-9-3 Lotto numbers: 6-12-22-25-39-44 You could be very lucky during this period so take care that you are in the running. Charm and diplomacy will help you to get much further than you hoped for in the first place. Leo: (July 23- August 22) Lucky day: Tuesday Racing numbers: 6-3-7-5 Lotto numbers: 4-13-22-24-34-36 Communication is the key to success during this period. If unsure about loved one's intentions, you better ask as getting the wrong message cold be crucial to your future. Virgo: ( August 23- September 23) Lucky day: Thursday Racing numbers: 3-4-7-1 Lotto numbers: 11-13-22-25-31-40 A period in which romantic intentions could occupy you mind a lot. You should be feeling good and looking great and your self-confidence should be sky high. Time to act. Libra: (September 24- October 23) Lucky day: Wednesday Racing numbers: 4-5-7-1 Lotto numbers: 9-18-27-36-44-45 People from your workplace will be able to give you a useful cue on how to approach your superiors for favours. Good luck should be in all your aspect as and love blossoms. Scorpio: (October 24- November 22) Lucky day: Sunday Racing numbers: 4-1-5-6 Lotto numbers: 7-11-16-19-30-40 If fancy free and ready for action this is the time to strike. For the already married there should be a time of renewed interests and fun and a little bit of luck also. Sagittarius: (November 23- December 20) Lucky day: Monday Racing numbers: 4-3-2-1 Lotto numbers: 2-13-22-24-25-32 You might not have much time for fun but what there is of it you will enjoy. In career matters things are moving fast and you should be able to get more done in shorter time. Capricorn: (December 21- January 19) Lucky day: Friday Racing numbers: 7-2-6-3 Lotto numbers: 6-9-11-16-22-27 Everything should work out well, your work is progressing smoothly and your love life is better than ever, so what are you worried about? Enjoy it and be happy. Aquarius: (January 20- February 19) Lucky day: Sunday Racing numbers: 1-2-7-3 Lotto numbers: 13-28-31-33-37-44 There could be some plans in the pipeline that include a trip to distant places. Your mind is too much in the future and you might forget to enjoy life as it is today. Pisces: (February 20- March 20) Lucky day: Saturday Racing numbers: 4-3-7-2 Lotto numbers: 5-11-15-29-37-43 Both in business and in your personal life you should be happy and ready for some more of the same. Try not to get too involved in other people's problems or they will ruin your good period.

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● Murrindindi Shire Council. Back row, from left: Cr Bec Bowles, Cr Leigh Dunscombe, Cr Eric Lording, Cr Jackie Ashe, Cr Margaret Rae. At front, from left Deputy Mayor Cr Sandice McAulay, Mayor Cr Charlie Bisset. ■ Murrindindi Shire Coun- gic objective of the Council roadside slashing, awareness cillors will meet at 6pm tonight Plan. of indigenous planting, protec(Wed.) to conisder their Coun“The submission outlined tion of the natural landscapes cil Plan for 2017-21, and their some key challenges and op- and the streetscapes, including Annual Budget for the 2017- portunities in relation to the fu- heritage aspects.” 18 year. ture prosperity of the Shire and Submitter 6 Six submissions had been requested that these be consid“This submission raised received from the public about ered in the final drafting of the some suggestions for enhancethe draft Council plan, when Council Plan, including the in- ment of the Council Plan. the meeting agenda was pub- clusion of an additional strat“Firstly, recognition of the lished at the weekend. egy. Taungurung people’s rights Each of the submitters have “The submission also pro- over Crown Land and been invited to speak at posed areas to focus on when acknowledgement of their intonight’s meeting, should they implementing each of the strat- trinsic connection to the land wish. egies under the Our Prosper- and water resources is imporMurrindindi Council offic- ity section and offered advice tant to be included. ers summarised the submission on the further development of “Inclusion of the theme of points as: each of the strategic indica- engagement with partners, acSubmitter 1 tors.” knowledging that it is impera“This submission suggested Submitter 4 tive that they work together to that the budget and Council Plan “This submission suggested develop and deliver joint initiadocuments do not adequately that Council continue to be open tives and leverage funding to address issues raised at the and transparent. For Council to achieve mutual goals. Alexandra ‘Have Your Say’ include the community in the “The theme of resilience workshop, namely concerning decision making process, ac- could be strengthened by exthe following topics: the unex- cept criticism, admit when mis- panding to include strategies to pectedly strong financial state takes are made, be diligent in build community resilience in of the Council, need for TV ad- their responsibilities and ac- identifying and responding to vertising to better promote the countable for their actions.” environmental challenges such Shire, need for a Chamber of Submitter 5 as climate change, natural Commerce in Alexandra and “This submission has an en- events and land use changes. the need for major tourism at- vironment focus, in particular “Concerns were raised retraction.” the protection of the natural garding the lack of a strategic Submitter 2 environment in future planning. indictor which is specific to pro“This submission sought “The submission outlined tection and enhancement of the greater clarity of meaning in some concerns regarding natural environment. the wording used in the docu- Council’s focus on events sup“A suggestion was made ment, particularly concerning port, specifically regarding the that by separating the ‘reduce the wording of strategies and impact that events have on the resource consumption’ from indicators proposed in the Plan. natural environment. It outlines the Council Plan’s strategic in“The submission sought concerns that open spaces are dicators to a waste manageimproved correlation between seen as opportunities for rec- ment strategy would substantithe strategies and indicators reation and events rather than ate the importance of the both and requested greater clarity respected for the environmen- objectives in their own right. around what the indicators will tal significance and opportu“A further suggestion to inmeasure. nity for quite reflection and ap- clude sustainable land use planSubmitter 3 preciation. ning as a strategy and relevant “This submission focused “Further environmental strategic indicator was supon the ‘Our Prosperity’ strate- considerations raised were plied in this submission.”

Extra police in region ■ State Highway Patrol and licencing officers, as well as members of the Operations Response Unit, will support local police throughout the snow season, conducting targeted operations to ensure community safety in Victoria’s north-east. Victoria Police will be sending these extra members to assist local police during the snow season this year. Police will have a seven-day-a-week pres-

ence in the alpine areas, with police and ORU members stationed at Mount Hotham, Falls Creek and Mount Buller from the official opening weekend on Saturday (June 10), for the duration of the season. Eastern Region Assistant Commissioner Rick Nugent said the assistance from the ORU would give local police a boost during the snow season. ORU members will be paired with local members to utilise local knowledge.

Here’s where to grab your weekly copy ● ALEXANDRA. Foodworks. 102 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Landmark Real Estate. 56 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Murrindindi Shire Offices. Perkins St. ● ALEXANDRA. Newsagency. 82-84 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Simpsons Fuel. 25 Aitken St. ● ALEXANDRA. Totally Trout. 2/42 Downey St. ● BUXTON. Post Office. 2187 Maroondah Hwy. ● DIAMOND CREEK. Newsagency. 62A Main Hurstbridge Rd. ● DOREEN. General Store. 920 Yan Yean Rd. ● EILDON. Foodworks. 18 Main St. ● ELTHAM. Newsagency. 2/963 Main Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Community House. 36 Silver Creek Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Hazeldene Store. 6 Curlings Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Hotel. 3325 WhittleseaYea Rd ● GLENBURN. United Petroleum. 3883 Melba Hwy. ● HEALESVILLE. Newsagency. 195 Maroondah Hwy. ● HURSTBRIDGE. Newsagency 800 Heidelberg-Kinglake Rd. ● KANGAROO GROUND. General Store. 280 Eltham-Yarra Glen Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Bakehouse. 10 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Foodworks. 12 Main St. ● KINGL AKE. Library. 19 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Pub. 28 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. United Petroleum. 2 Kinglake-Glenburn Rd. ● LAURIMAR. Newsagency. 8/95 Hazel Glen Dr. ● LILYDALE. Newsagency. 237 Main St. ● MANSFIELD. Foodworks. 119 High St. ● MERNDA VILLAGES. Post Office. 50 Mernda Village Dr. ● MARYSVILLE. Foodworks. 49 Darwin St. ● MOLESWORTH. Hungry Horse Hotel. 4364 Goulburn Valley Hwy. ● MOLESWORTH. Store.4353 Goulburn Valley Hwy. ● NARBETHONG. Black Spur Inn. 436 Maroondah Hwy. ● PHEASANT CREEK. Flying Tarts. 888 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd. ● PHEASANT CREEK. Store. 884 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd. ● RESEARCH. Post Office. 1544 Main Rd ● SEYMOUR. Newsagency. 66 Station St ● ST ANDREWS. Store. 10 Caledonia St. ● STRATH CREEK. Post Office. 8 Glover St. ● TAGGERTY. Store. 26 Taggerty-Thornton Rd. ● THORNTON. Store. 1365 TaggertyThornton Rd. ● TOOLANGI. Tavern. 1390 Myers Creek Rd. ● WATTLE GLEN. Peppers Paddock General Store. 13 Kangaroo GroundWattle Glen Rd. ● WHITTLESEA. Bowls Club. 101 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Champions Supa IGA. 2/ 16 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. El-Azar Milk Bar. 13 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Foodworks. 65 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Whittlesea H Hardware. 2420 Plenty Rd. ● WHITTLESEA. Newsagency. 45 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Royal Mail Hotel. 29 Beech St. ● YARCK. Hotel. Maroondah Hwy. ● YARCK. Store. 6595 Maroondah Hwy ● YARRA GLEN. IGA. 1/38 Bell St. ● YARRA GLEN. Newsagency. 32 Bell St. ● YEA. Amble Inn Cafe. 24 High St ● YEA. Bakery. 44 High St. ● YEA. BP. 31 High St ● YEA. Cafe Christies. 17 High St ● YEA. Country Woman. 6 Station St. ● YEA. Foodworks. 10 High St ● YEA. Library. 15 The Semi-Circle ● YEA. Manna Fest. 94 High St. ● YEA. Marmalades. 20 High St ● YEA. Mint and Jam. 46 High St ● YEA. Newsagency. 74 High St ● YEA. Peppercorn Hotel. 21 Station St. ● YEA. Provender Bakery. 56 High St ● YEA. Rendezvous. 10 High St ● YEA. Royal Mail Hotel. 88 High St. ● YEA. Take-Away. 68 High St


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In Our Schools YHS 3-day trek ■ Yea High School Year 12 Outdoor and Environmental Studies class travelled to the Bogong High Plains for a three-day, threenight bushwalk. Students started at Pretty Valley Hut and walked to Wallace’s Hut, an iconic hut built in the late 1800s. The walk continued to Edmondson’s Hut. The walk included a 2.5-km trek uphill through a snow gum forest. Students were able to climb one of the highest peaks in Victoria (Mt. Nelse) with 360 de gree views of the Victorian Alps.

Crazy Hat Day ■ Yea Primary School is holding its Crazy Hat Day tomorrow (Thurs., June 8). A Prep. Information Night is being held tomorrow from 6pm-7pm. Grades 3-6 students were due to travel to Quantum yesterday (Tues.) for a science excursion. Yea Primary School students are due to participate in the Division Cross Country on Friday (June 9).

Young firefighters ■ The Triangle Junior Fire Brigade, hosted at the Buxton Fire Station, is calling on young people aged 11 years and older to consider joining the CFA as a Junior Member. Membership is open to girls and boys who live in or around Buxton, Marysville, Narbethong and Taggerty. The CFA has more than 250 Junior Brigades across Victoria. Run by CFA volunteers, the Triangle Junior Brigade provides a range of safe, enjoyable and challenging activities for young people. A revitalised program for the Triangle Junior Brigade will involve fortnightly activity sessions during each school term. There is no cost to join and the CFA provides each Junior member with a polo shirt, sun hat, and overalls to wear during training activities. Junior members are registered with CFA and covered by insurance. Junior members are able to join their local brigade at 16 years of age and elect to remain involved with the Juniors if they wish. Junior CFA members participate in a range of activities including team building, practical skills, fundraising, first aid, community service, sporting and social activities and excursions. If you are interested in hearing more about the JuniorVolunteer Development Program, an information session is being held at the Buxton Fire Station on Sunday June 18 between 10am and 12 Noon with a sausage sizzle, tour of the station and the opportunity to talk with current and former Junior members. If interested in attending, please email info@buxtoncfa.com to assist with catering and planning.

PARTY time ■ Alexanndra Secondary College students will be taking 20 Year 10 students to experience the P.A.R.T.Y program at the Royal Melbourne Hospital tomorrow (Thurs., June 8). P.A.R.T.Y stands for Prevent Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth. It is a program designed for 15-25 year olds to experience the reality of traumatic injuries.

Review in place ■ The independent reviewer at Dixons Creek Primary School is Darrell Mullins. He will be conducting the review over two days: July 21 and August 4. The review panel usually consists of: a School Council member, two principals from other schools, the principal and one or two teachers from this school. The 2016 Annual Report to the School Community has been written and will be endorsed at the next School Council meeting. Parents may pick up a copy at the school office or view the report on the school website.

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Court Lists Seymour Magistrates’ Court Criminal Case Listings Thursday, June 8 Plaintiff / Informant / Applicant vs Defendant / Accused / Respondent. Information Division. Victoria Police - Woolfe, R (34462) v Mapleback, Shane Andrew. Uni-Wallan Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Knight, Dylan. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Mcgovern, A (34197) v Austin, Georgina. Victoria Police - Duff, D (35543) v Forrester, Kristopher. UniNagambie Victoria Police - Warren, M (41378) v Pope, Joshua Leslie. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Wells, B (37438) v Russell, Alan John. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Swanwick, Belinda. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Hall-Poulios, D (40888) v Gardner, Timothy UniSeymour Victoria Police - Fairweather, R (24890) v Mackenzie, Brittany. UniKilmore Victoria Police - Brennan, G (32577) v Stoneman, Bonnie. Operations Response Team Three Victoria Police - Davidge, K (37856) v Madden, Derrek Michael. Uni-Kilmore Victoria Police - Mansell, W (35552) v Gutterson, Warren. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Dowell, C (24892) v Ross, Geoffrey. Traffic Camera Office Victoria Police - Binns Saxby, M (38713) v Murrison, Alice. UniBroadford Victoria Police - Cook, K (41646) v Monoghan, Chase. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Porter, I (33403) v Bathman, Travis. CiuMitchell Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Duckmanton, Mathew. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Vallas, D (35239) v Treloar, Christopher John. Ciu-Whitehorse Victoria Police - Roberts, P (32777) v Peacock, Wayne. UniKinglake Victoria Police - Bortolotto, C (40740) v Cooke, Shannon. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Mcpartlan, M (22827) v Purcell, Ethan Patrick. Highway Patrol-Wallan Victoria Police - Barclay, J (36190) v Campbell, Peter Michael. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - De Bruyckere, M (33701) v Borham, Andrew. Highway Patrol-Wallan Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Gutterson, Warren Anthony. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Davidge, K (37856) v Hore, Andrew. UniKilmore Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Gutterson, Warren Anthony. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Aisbett, J (34281) v Fogliaro, Raffaele Roberto. Uni-Kilmore Victoria Police - Shortt, T (40203) v Purcell, Ethan. UniSeymour Community Corrections Centre - Ridgway, D v Munnings, Dwayne. Seymour Community Correction Centre Victoria Police - Binns Saxby, M (38713) v Munnings, Dwayne. UniBroadford Community Corrections Centre - Ridgway, D v Sanderson, Mitchell. Seymour Community Correction Centre Victoria Police - Shortt, T (40203) v Gutterson, Warren. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Callaghan, G (28288) v Cooke, Shayne Linda. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Fidler, T

(41595) v Purcell, Ethan. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Thomas, S (40419) v Manns, Thomas Anthony. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Rhead, A (40227) v Simsek, Suleyman. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Slee, R (32274) v Borham, Andrew William. UniMooroopna Victoria Police - Durling, T (39965) v Sassine, Georgia. UniBoronia Victoria Police - Dawson, C (35574) v Duckmanton, Mathew William. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Dawson, C (35574) v Gallo, Michael Sam. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Wright, A (31459) v Stone, Luke. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Caldwell, M (37460) v Dickson, James. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Houguet, B (40313) v Sanderson, Mitchell. Uni-Wallan Victoria Police - Binns Saxby, M (38713) v Knight, Dylan, UniBroadford Victoria Police - Davidge, K (37856) v Hore, Andrew. UniKilmore Victoria Police - Garbutt, S (33632) v Raphael, Michael James. Uni-Kilmore Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Colman, Kristina. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Barclay, J (36190) v Gillard, Dillon Paul. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Binns Saxby, M (38713) v Murrison, Alice. UniBroadford Victoria Police - Cook, K (41646) v Monoghan, Chase. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Dowell, C (24892) v Ross, Geoffrey. Traffic Camera Office Victoria Police - Mansell, W (35552) v Gutterson, Warren. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Davidge, K (37856) v Madden, Derrek Michael. Uni-Kilmore Community Corrections Centre - Thompson, C v Rowe, Chantelle .Community Corrections Centre Victoria Police - Fairweather, R (24890) v Mackenzie, Brittany. Uni-Kilmore Victoria Police - Brennan, G (32577) v Stoneman, Bonnie. Operations Response Team Three Victoria Police - Hall-Poulios, D (40888) v Gardner, Timothy. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Swanwick, Belinda. DtuSeymour Victoria Police - Warren, M (41378) v Pope, Joshua Leslie. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Wells, B (37438) v Russell, Alan John. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Duff, D (35543) v Forrester, Kristopher. UniNagambie Victoria Police - Mcgovern, A (34197) v Austin, Georgina. Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Knight, Dylan. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Woolfe, R (34462) v Mapleback, Shane Andrew. Uni-Wallan Friday, June 9 Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Pincini, Darren William. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Parkes, Robyn Lee. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Morrison, Kevin John. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commis-

sion - Melville, K v Carlyon, Patricia Nancy. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Franciosa, Antonio. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Cripps, Lee Graeme. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Farrugia, Godwin. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Gamble, Claire Lee. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Franciosa, Anna Maria. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Farrugia, Belinda Ann. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Chamlers, Alistair James. Australian Electoral Commission Australian Electoral Commission - Melville, K v Demir, Mehmet. Australian Electoral Commission Victoria Police - Williams, G (37972) v Holmes, Jacqueline Michelle. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Williams, G (37972) v Holmes, Jacqueline Michelle. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Baard, H (36607) v Coombs, Steven. UniMornington Victoria Police - Dowell, C (24892) v Cleary, Ben. Traffic Camera Office Victoria Police - Fidler, T (41595) v Castell, Kristopher Ronald. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Binns Saxby, M (38713) v Murrison, Alice. UniBroadford Victoria Police - Huffer, D (32081) v Castell, Kristopher. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Anders, S (39943) v Viney, Benjamin. Heavy Vehicle Unit Victoria Police - Minne, A (35675) Castell, Kristopher Ronald Nwm Crime Squad Victoria Police - Carden, S (34092) v Castell, Kristopher Ronald. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - O'neill, J (40075) v Byriell, Geoffrey Noel. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Holmes, Jacqueline. DtuSeymour Community Corrections Centre - Peacock, T v Holmes, Jacqueline. Seymour Community Correction Centre Victoria Police - Barclay, S (36780) v Coombs, Steven. UniKilmore Mitchell Shire Council - Elliot, C v Speers, Colt Jay. Mitchell Shire Council Community Corrections Centre - Peacock, T v Holmes, Jacqueline. Michelle Seymour Community Correction Centre Community Corrections Centre - Ridgway, D v Castell, Kristopher. Seymour Community Correction Centre Mansfield Magistrates’ Court Criminal Case Listings Wednesday, June 21 Plaintiff / Informant / Applicant vs Defendant / Accused / Respondent. Information Division. Victoria Police - Reilly, P (34803) v Letchford, Adam James. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Mccabe, Jordan Alexandra. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Fernando, Prunima. Highway Patrol-Mansfield

Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v Afa, Abdul. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Barras, W (33870) v Fricke, Rodger. State Hwy Patrol-North Victoria Police - Bennett, M (33902) v Declifford, James Geoffrey. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Iskov, B (36626) v Belleville, Corey. Ciu-Benalla Victoria Police - Gillard, P (22715) v Bryant, Daniel James. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Mannix, M (27107) v Moore, Kieran Duncan. Uni-Eildon Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Harrison, Craig Andrew. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Mchugh, N (31345) v Beale, Prudence. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v Burke, Cobin Colin. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v Burke, Cobin Colin. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Holland, A (27929) v Hoban, Patrick. Rpdas Operations Unit Victoria Police - Dwight, K (26884) v Mciver, Malcolm James. Uni-Woods Point Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Searle, Ross Philip. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Simmons, D (39325) v Dodsworth, Kent. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Heard, M (34494) v Welch, Geoffrey Alan. Uni-Alexandra Victoria Police - Bullock, C (29286) v Rankine, Trent. Highway Patrol-Yarra Ranges Victoria Police - Heard, M (34494) v Wyatt, Zachary Joshua. Uni-Alexandra Goulburn-Murray Water Cameron, J v Renerre Pty Ltd. Goulburn-Murray Water Victoria Police - Cameron, R (30078) v Reid, Jaclyn Louise. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Brodley, P (32351) v Mcauliffe, Matthew. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Parker, H (39579) v Germaine, David Steven. Uni-Eildon Victoria Police - Parker, H (39579) v Aghan, Steven Thomas. Uni-Eildon Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Letchford, Adam. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v Letchford, Adam James. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v May, Dylan Clarence. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Gillard, P (22715) v Perrett, Kyle David. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v Anwar, Kamal Saleh. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Reilly, P (34803) v Kaufmann, Cherie. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Rowe, M (31920) v Johnstone, Leigh Carmody. State Hwy Patrol-East Victoria Police - Simmons, D (39325) v Prideaux, Dylan. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Simmons, D (39325) v Travers, Timothy William. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Letchford, Adam. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Simmons, D (39325) v Scott, Jason Peter. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Thompson, I (32126) v Donkin, Raymond. UniMarysville Victoria Police - Robinson, C (34239) v Perrett, Kyle. UniWangaratta. Turn To Page 17


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Children's Holiday Classes : July 3 ( Monday) and 4 (Tuesday) Nature Drawing. 1011am Watercolour painting 11.30 -12.30 Adult Classes Introduction to Watercolour 10.00am to 1.00pm July 17 Sky's and Clouds July 24 Textures and Techniques July 31 Flowers August 7 Landscape and Trees Choose a date, bring some friends and learn some Watercolour skills decorating Japanese Fans. All materials supplied.


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Just Briefly MPs at Spring St

■ State Parliamentarians are sitting this week. The Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council have sitting days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (June 6-8).

Rex remembered

■ It’s just a hunch ... but the name of the late Rex Tate of Alexandra is likely to again be favourably in the headlines soon.

● Rex Hamilton Tate

Halt to spin cycle ■ The Local Paper has not received any media releases for consideration this week from Murrindindi Shire Council. Our written enquiries to the Council about its local press advertising remain unanswered.

Assisted learning ■ Karen Ostenried last weekhosted an Equine Assisted Learning session at her Kinglake property. Whilst the benefits of using of horses for Riding for the Disabled are proven, the benefits of EAL are yet to be. "Herds to horses are just like teams to people. Horses require a leader that they trust and respect, just like we would love to have in the workplace," Karen says. This two-hour Kinglake EAL session involved eight people, divided into groups of two, attempting to control a horse on halter ropes around four obstacle courses. EAL appears primarily aimed at women wishing to empower themselves in the corporate world. - Ashley Geelan ● From Page 14

Court Lists Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Letchford, Adam. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Murphy, S (32065) v Letchford, Adam. Ciu-Benalla Victoria Police - Dowell, C (24892) v Rabie, Stephen. Traffic Camera Office Victoria Police - Gillard, P (22715) v Newman, Marc Edward. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Hutt, Alasdair David. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Hocking, Peter James. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Cooper, Jeffery Ian. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Contents of Court Lists are intended for information purposes only. The lists are extracted from Court Lists, as supplied to the public, by the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, often one week prior to publication date; for current Court lists, please contact the Court. Further details of cases are available at www.magistratescourt.vic.gov.au The Local Paper shall in no event accept any liability for loss or damage suffered by any person or body due to information provided. The information is provided on the basis that persons accessing it undertake responsibility for assessing the relevance and accuracy of its content. No inference of a party’s guilt or innocence should be made by publication of their name as a defendant. Court schedules may be changed at any time for any reason, including withdrawal of the action by the Plaintiff/Applicant. E&OE.

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Yan Yean MLA talks about Black Saturday ■ Danielle Green, Yan Yean MLA, has spoken in State Parliament about the work of local firefighters on Black Saturday in 2009. “I rise in this place this morning to thank the Deputy Premier and Minister for Emergency Services for visiting the Eltham integrated station ... and taking all questions from career firefighters and volunteers collectively. “These firefighters were not just from the Eltham integrated station but also from the neighbouring Diamond Creek brigade, where I have been a member and have served over many years, the Wattle Glen brigade, the Plenty brigade and many others. “This was a very long conversation, very measured, very respectful. “This was in stark

● Danielle Green, Yan Yean MLA contrast to the opposition, the memfrontbencher who ber for Gembrook. holds that portfolio in “I did serve on

Black Saturday. I served in a truck with my crew leader, who was, and still is, a career firefighter. “He is a life member of the volunteer brigade that I am part of, and he saved lives. “He is just one of many,” Ms Green said. “Callum Donoghue and Matt Collins were in a house with 17 people in Strathewen, at the home of Barry Tulley, a volunteer. “Callum Donoghue and Matt Collins were Metropolitan Fire Brigade career firefighters. “They saved those 17 lives that day, together with volunteers. “It is beyond contempt to divide us. We will not be divided,” Ms Green said. Her comments followed controversial accusations made by Liberal Brad Battin.

Cool weather tipped for truck, ute show ■ Minimum temperatures as low as 3° are predicted for Sunday (June 11) when the Alexandra Truck, Ute and Rod Show takes place on the Queen’s Birthday Weekend. Large crowds are expected in Alexandra.In 2009, numbers are said to have exceeded 12,000. An $80-per-person gala dinner will be held on Saturday night at the Alexandra Secondary College hall. There will be entertainment on the night from the Tim Farren Band, and laughs with comedian Tom Siegert. The show dates back to 1996 when 200 people attended the first event. Organisers say that Alexandra now hosts more than 100 trucks of all descriptions: log trucks, tippers, vintage and tow trucks. There is expected to be more than 200 utes on display, including B&S utes, working utes, town utes, and chicks utes. Some 30 hot rods are expected on display, there will be imber harvesting machinery, and a big wood chop with more than 50 axemen. A line up of bands, on the back of a truck in Grant St, is planned. Murrindindi Shire Council is advertising street closures for the event. alexandratrickshow. com.au

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Poor performance ■ Murrindindi Shire indebtedness, at 30.79 per cent (non-current liabilities as a percenjtage of own source revenue) compares to the ‘all Council’ figure of 24.65 per cent. The ‘Know Your Council’website figures show that the average Murrindindi Shire Council residential rate (as at 2015-16) was $1021.57. “Council achieved 61 per cent of its total revised capital works budget for 2015-16 due to significant carry forwards from 2014-15,” Murrindindi Council officer explain at the website. The findings come as Minister for Local Government, Natalie Hutchins, announced the findings of the 2017 Community Satisfaction Survey, conducted by the Victorian Government on behalf of 68 participating councils. According to the latest published figures, Murrindindi Council made 8 per cent of its decisions behind closed doors. Community satisfaction with Murrindindi Council’s consultation dropped further to 45 per cent. By comparison, at adjoining Mansfield Council, the satisfaction rate is at 59 per cent. Cost of governance is $31,681.86 per Councillor. Community satisfaction with Council decisions has fallen to a concerning 42 per cent. “This result is below the small rural average for 2015-16 and a 5 point decrease from 2014-15 and may reflect a response by the community to the decision made by Council with regard to application for a rate cap variation for 2016-17,” the Council says. Whilst it takjes five days to start a Home and Community Care service in Mansfield community, it takes 12.22 days for Murrindindi residents. Infrastucture costs in Murrindindi are $20,010.22 per person, compared with $11,699.16 in Mansfield Shire. Six per cent of the local population lives at socio-economic disadvantage, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It costs $1758.04 per planning application for Murrindindi Council to run its service; neighbouring Mansfield Shire achieves the same for $1541.49 each. Some 36.02 per cent of Murrindindi Shire’s library resources are less than five years old. At Mansfield Shire, the figure is 62.70 per cent. The direct cost per library visit in Murrindindi is $18.93; at Mansfield it is $4.38. “Three of Council's libraries also serve as customer service centres, with staff undertaking both library and other Council service duties. As such, some costs are unable to be allocated specifically between library and other service functions,” Murrindindi Shire says. Cost of the mother and child health service in Murrindindi is $110.15 per service; at Mansfield it is $66.78 each. Murrindindi Shire Council is expected to bring down a loss of more than $1 million in the current financial year. The Shire is forecasting a loss of $½-million in the coming 10 financial years.

65 years marked ■ Col Dyson of Whittlesea is in the news, with his family’s Dyson’s Bus Services celebrating its 65 years of services, principally in the north-east. Collins Norton Dyson has been an active community worker, as well as businessman in the company founded by Laurie ‘Pop’ Dyson in 1952.

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■ Yea CFA is now carrying oxygen on its rescue appliance, combined with an automatic external defibrillator.. The team has been completing itsAdvanced Resuscitation qualification to ensure they are appropriately competent to administer oxygen to patients. This provides a high level of patient care at rescue incidents before the arrival of ambulance services.


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■ A groundbreaking program to be launched in Melbourne’s east will see hundreds of hairdressers help fight domestic violence. In an Australian first, hairdressers will be given early intervention training to help them talk to clients who might be experiencing violence or abuse. The Eastern Domestic Violence Service trialled the HaiR program in the outer east last year and will now roll it out across seven eastern municipalities from July. - Lilydale Leader

■ A successsful effort was made by Mr Rolls of the Christm as Hills State school in aid of the Britisb Red Cross, on the night of the 25th at the Mechanics’ Hall. The entertainment was opend by Mr Rolls re quiring the singing of the National Anthem, followed by the "Star Spangled Benner, in honour of Britain's new ally.

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■ The Mansfield Courier is celebrating its 150th anniversary in July. A special feature will be published in the July 5 issue. - Mansfield Courier

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■ VicRoads is working in partnership with TAC, Victoria Police, the Department of Justice and Regulation and the Department of Health and Human Services to introduce a package of measures to deter people from taking drugs and driving, starting with the state’s north-eastern region. Variable message signs will be seen on the region’s major highways to remind drivers and riders that there will be an increased police presence in the area to carry out drug testing on drivers. - Benalla Ensign

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■ No fewer than 800 newspapers in the United States have been forced to suspend publication owing to the tremendous advance in the cost of paper. Conditions and circumstances, it can readily be understood, are far more adverse to Australian newspaper proprietors than they are in America. Save for a very small portion, used principally for stationery, the whole of the paper supply for the Commonwealth comes from overseas.

■ “This year we are changing it up a bit and rather than tails we need the front left foot,” says the Granite News at Highlands. “$3 per each front left foot up to a maximum of 100 feet. You can register as a team or an individual. “The competition runs from June 4 until July 8 with feet to be handed in by July 9. Dinner and presentation to be held in July with trophies for the most collected. - Granite News ■ Shire Mayor Paul Volkering last week reaffirmed that Mansfield Shire Council is not broke. “However, unless we take steps now, and I stress now, then we may end up going broke, but we owe it to the community to be responsible and authentic in taking a considered and measured approach, so that we maintain the services that people have come to expect,” he said. - Mansfield Courier

Bantams accepted ■ The "bantam"- the man of small stature who has hitherto been debarred from enlisting in the A.I.F. - is at last to have an opportunity of putting on khaki and joining forces with his fellow countrymen who ,are already serving in the ranks of Australia's fighting army. ● Ebony Edge

● Jordyn Watts

Working bee

■ Had an aerial visitant taken a bird's-eye view on Monday last of a strip of territory lying between the residence of Councillor Morris and the Diamond Creek bridge, he might have been puzzled considerably at the commotion exhibited on terra firma. A number of human beings were moving about likea swarm of ants intent on accomplishing something evidently of importance to them. The solution is simple. The residents on the heights to the east of the bridge being in need of a shorter route to the Heidelberg road, also believing in the old saying that Providence or some other power helps those who help thenselves, determined to have a " working bee" to clear a track on an unused road.

Wine at H’ville

■ Over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, Healesville Sanctuary will be teaming with Yarra Valley icons to bring you a gourmet experience with a wild difference. The sanctuary will be holding its annual wine and wildlife event that runs from June 10-12 and will let visitors enjoy a glass of wine against the stunning backdrops of the sanctuary’s bushland setting. - Mountain Views Mail

■ Sir, On behalf of the Alexandra Cottage Hospital Queen Carnival Committee, we desire to thank generally the residents of Yea and district for the substantial support accorded to the carnival, and to the competition in connection therewith. In particular we desire to thank Mrs Stewart, Sergeant Brown, and the Girl Scouts: the charcters in Mia mia tableau, and Mr J. Rice, the marshal. We also desire to thank you, Mr Editor, for the free advertising which you gave to aid the carnival, and for the many news paragraphs which assisted in no small degree to raise and to maintain interest in the Queen Competition. The sum of £1300 has been paid over to the Hospital Committee, and as soon as matters are finally settled the balance sheet will be forwarded to you,-Yours etc., HARRYWOOD, Wm. OATES. Joint Hon. Secs. QueenCarnivalCommittee

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■ The cutting of school crossing supervisors and the on-selling of the former saleyards site are two of the biggest issues to come out of Mansfield Shire Council’s proposed 201718 budget. A special meeting was held for the shire councillors, chief executive officer Alex Green and council’s departmental managers to hear submissions on what ratepayers thought of the proposal. What they had to say was a resounding “no” to both issues – keep the crossing supervisors, and keep the former saleyards. More than 75 submissions were received in regards to the proposed budget – an unprecedented response for the Mansfield Shire. - Mansfield Courier

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● Vivienne Amaral

■ On Friday evening, 1st inst., well over 100 residents of Hurstbridge and surrounding district rallied to the Hurstbridge Hall to extend a welcome to Private J. Grimshaw, who, in 1914, enlisted for active service abroad,


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7 1st 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.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 8 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. 6pm-7pm. Joeys (6-7 years). 1st Whittlesea Scout Group. At Scout Hall, Fir St, Whittlesea. Phone: Alan Harding, 0409 515 998. Every Thursday. 6.30pm for 7pm. Meeting. Rotary Club of Yea. At Yea Golf Club, Racecourse Rd, Yea. Phone: Attendance Officer Keith Baumgartner, 5797 2968. Every Thursday. 7pm. Craft Night. South Morang CWA. At Estia House, Plenty Rd, South Morang. Phone: Fay, 0438 717 359. Every Thursday.

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email fleetwoodconcreting@gmail.com

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Local Paper Scoreboard E-Mail: editor@LocalPaper.com.au

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 FOOTBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Alexandra 22.20 (152) d Yea 13.4 (82). Seville 15.16 (106) d Kinglake 10.7 (67). Belgrave 16.12 (108) d Powelltown 14.18 (102). Yarra Glen 25.18 (168) d Yarra Junction 3.9 (27). ThorntonEildon: Bye. ■ Ladder. 1. Yarra Glen, 213.44, 24. 2. Seville, 158.95, 24. 3. Belgrave, 126.86, 24. 4. Alexandra, 130.32, 20. 5. Powelltown, 103.11, 16. 6. Kinglake, 108.45, 12. 7. Yea, 58.93, 8. 8. Yarra Junction, 57.00, 8. 9., Thornton-Eildon, 44.79, 4. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 10. Alexandra v Yarra Glen. Belgrave v Kinglake. Thornton-Eildon v Seville. Yea v Yarra Junction. Powelltown - Bye.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Alexandra 11.6 (72) d Yea 5.6 (36). Kinglake 9.6 (60) d Seville 5.5 (35). Belgrave 11.11 (77) d Powelltown 10.8 (66). Yarra Glen 13.22 (100) d Yarra Junction 3.7 (25). Thornton-Eildon: Bye. ■ Ladder. 1. Yarra Glen, 422.73, 28. 2. Belgrave, 243.81, 24. 3. Alexandra, 214.68, 24. 4. Powelltown, 157.97, 20. 5. Yea, 53.16, 12. 6. Thornton-Eildon, 44.97, 12. 7. Seville, 70.02, 8. 8. Kinglake, 38.22, 8. 9. Yarra Junction, 34.63, 4.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 1 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Woori Yallock 15.14 (104) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 3.3 (21). Healesville 18.17 (125) d Monbulk 8.7 (55). Emerald 16.15 (111) d Warburton-Millgrove 10.6 (66). Olinda-Ferny Creek 17.19 (121) d Mt Evelyn 5.10 (40). Wandin 15.20 (11) d UpweyTecoma 4.12 (36). ■ Ladder. 1. Wandin, 241.91, 28. 2. OlindaFerby Creek, 206.37, 24. 3. Healesville, 197.26, 20. 4. Woori Yallock, 163.99, 20. 5. UpweyTecoma, 109.90, 16. 6. Mt Evelyn, 95.20, 16. 7. Emerald, 71.85, 12. 8. Monbulk, 87.73, 4. 9. Warburton-Millgrove, 32.13, 0. 10. GembrookCockatoo, 30.48, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 10. Emerald v Olinda-Ferny Creek. Gembrook-Cockatoo v Monbulk. Mt Evelyn v Upwey-Tecoma. Wandin v Healesville. Woori Yallock v Warburton-Millgrove.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Woori Yallock 10.5 (65) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 8.1 (49). Healesville 15.14 (104) d Monbulk 2.3 (15). Emerald 13.13 (91) d Warburton-Millgrove 4.1 (25). Olinda-Ferny Creek 18.13 (121) d Mt Evelyn 2.6 (18). Wandin 10.14 (74) d UpweyTecoma 7.6 (48). ■ Ladder. 1.Olinda-Ferny Creek, 441.35, 28. 2. Wandin, 312.44, 28. 3. Healesville, 357.40, 24. 4. Emerald, 106.63, 16. 5. Upwey-Tecoma, 95.01, 12. 6. Monbulk, 79.95, 12. 7. Mt Evelyn, 79.96, 8. Warburton-Millgrove, 48.74, 8. 9. Woori Yallock, 37.59, 4. 10. Gembrook-Cockatoo, 26.64, 0.

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■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Woori Yallock 13.8 (86) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 8.5 (53). Healesville v Monbulk. Emerald 18.178 (125) d Warburton-Millgrove 2.4 (16). Wandin 10.5 (65) d Upwey-Tecoma 6.12 (48). Mt Evelyn v Yarra Glen.

AFL YARRA RANGES NETBALL SCOREBOARD DIVISION 2

■ A-Grade. Kinglake 76 d Seville 20. Yea 33

AFL YARRA RANGES NETBALL SCOREBOARD d Alexandra 20. Belgrave 78 d Powelltown 26. Thornton-Eildon: Bye. Yarra Junction 63 d Yarra Glen 37. ■ B-Grade. Kinglake 74 d Seville 24. Thornton-Eildon - Bye. Yea 45 d Alexandra 30. Belgrave 74 d Powelltown 18. Yarra Glen 66 d Yarra Junction 36. ■ C-Grade. Yea 34 d Alexandra 32. Kinglake Bye. Belgrave 45 d Powelltown 20. Yarra Glen 56 d Yarra Junction 7. ■ D-Grade. Alexandra 20 d Yea 19. Kinglake Bye. Belgrave 20 d Yarra Junction 6. ThorntonEildon: Bye.

DIVISION 1

■ A-Grade. Woori Yallock 78 d GmebrookCockatoo 25. Monbulk Hawks 62 d Healesville 36. Olinda-Ferny Creek 58 d Mount Evelyn 29. Wandin 76 d Upwey-Tecoma 39. WatburtonMillgrove 59 d Emerald 40. ■ B-Grade. Woori Yallock 70 d GembrookCockatoo 19. Monbulk Hawks 36 d Healesville 26. Olinda-Ferny Creek 73 d Mount Evelyn 40. Wandin 70 d Upwey-Tecoma 43. WarburtonMillgrove 25. ■ C-Grade. Woori Yallock 44 d GembrookCockatoo 13. Healesville 32 drew with Monbulk Hawks 32. Olinda-Ferny Creek 42 d Mount Evelyn 22. Wandin 44 d Upwey-Tecoma 30. Warburton-Millgrove 38 d Emerald 22. ■ D-Grade. Wori Yallock 39 d GembrokCockatoo 13. Healesville 21 d Monbulk Hawks 13. Olinda-Ferny Creek 36 d Mount Evelyn 32. Wandin 27 d Upwey-Tecoma 20. WarburtonMillgrove 39 d Emerald 9.

NORTHERN F.L. DIVISION 1 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Greensborough 11.15 (81) d Hurstbridge 10.12 (72). Northcote Park 15.14 (104) d Bundoora 13.11 (89). Macleod 13.19 (97) d Heidelberg 9.6 (60). West Preston-Lakeside 12.20 (92) d Montmorency 11.7 (73). Eltham 13.6 (84) d Whittlesea 8.12 (60). ■ Ladder. 1. Northcote Park, 151.59, 24. 2. Macleod, 141.26, 24. 3. Bundoora, 126.61, 20. 4. West Preston-Lakeside, 111.06, 20. 5. Montmorency, 90.45, 12. 6. Eltham, 68.03, 12. 7. Hurstbridge, 89.17, 8. 8. Greensborough, 8.10, 8. 9. Heodelberg, 87.52, 8. 10. Whittlesea, 73.48, 8. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 10. Eltham v West Preston-Lakeside. Greens-borough v Whittlesea. Montmorency v Hurstbridge. Heidelberg v Northcote Park. Bundoora v Macleod.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Greensborough 19.7 (121) d Hurstbridge 9.6 (60). Northcote Park 13.12 (90) d Bundoora 6.4 (40). Macleod 20.14 (134) d Heidelberg 2.3 (15). West Preston-Lakeside 15.14 (104) d Montmorency 7.6 (48). Whittlesea 65 drew with Eltham 65. ■ Ladder. 1. Greensbough, 207.80, 28. 2. Macleod, 222.37, 24. 3. West Preston-Lakeside, 154.67, 24. 4. Northcote Park, 206.13, 20. 5. Bundoora, 146.43, 16. 6. Eltham, 75.39, 12. 7. Heidelberg, 67.84, 8. 8. Hurstbridge, 56.59, 4. 9. Whittlesea, 54.31, 4. 10. Montmorency, 32.05, 0.

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■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Bundoora 8.9 (57) d Northcote Park 8.8 (56). West Preston-Lakeside 9.11 (65) d Montmorency 6.9 (45).Eltham 12.13 (85) d Whittlesea 6.8 (44). ■ Ladder. 1. Eltham, 140.12, 20. 2. Bundoora, 295.12, 16. 3. Greensborough, 149.82, 16. 4. Macleod, 195.83, 12. 5. Northcote Park, 107.36, 10. 6. Whittlesea, 61.14, 10. 7. West PrestonLakeside, 32.70, 4. 8. Montmorency, 57.58, 0.

NORTHERN F.L. DIVISION 2 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Lower Plenty 24.10 (154) d Watsonia 5.7 (37). Diamond Creek 13.15 (93) d Fitzroy Stars 8.7 (55). Thomastown 21.22 (148) d Panton Hill 9.15 (69). North Heidelberg 31.13 (199) d Lalor 3.6 (24). ■ Ladder. 1. North Heidelberg, 255.15, 24. 2. Diamond Creek, 211.91, 24. 3. Fitzroy Stars, 142.02, 20. 4. Lower Plenty, 152.00, 16. 5. Thomastown, 95.83, 16. 6. Watsonia, 54.94, 8. 7. Lalor, 38.64, 4. 8. Panton Hill, 38.73, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 10. Lalor v Diamond Creek. Thomastown v Watsonia. Lower Plenty v Panton Hill. Fitzroy Stars v North Heidelberg.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Lower Plenty 14.7 (91) d Watsonia 7.8 (50). Diamond Creek 27.16 (178) d Fitzroy Stars 2.5 (17). Thomastown 21.12 (139) d Panton Hill 2.7 (19). North Heidelberg 32.20 (212) d Lalor 2.3 (15). ■ Ladder. 1. Lower Plenty, 228.37, 24. 2. North Heidelberg, 211.36, 24. 3. Thomastown, 206.54, 24. 4. Diamond Creek, 294.78, 20. 5. Watsonia, 74.05, 12. 6. Fitzroy Stars, 64.11, 4. 7. Panton Hill, 32.83, 4. 8. Lalor, 19.63, 0.

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■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. St Mary’s 8.11 (59) d Mill Park 6.7 (43). Diamond Creek 23.24 (162) d Banyule 2.1 (13). Lower Plenty 10.14 (74) d South Morang 9.5 (59). North Heidelberg v Epping.

NORTHERN F.L. DIVISION 3 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

NORTHERN F.L. NETBALL SCOREBOARD SECTION 4

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Heidelberg 4 36 d North Heidelberg 3 23. Greensborough 3 28 d Watsonia 2 21. Northcote Park 2 23 d Kilmore 1 17.

SECTION 5

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Epping 1 28 d Thomastown 1 22. North Heidelberg 4 32 d Fitzroy Stars 2. West Preston-Lakeside 2 25 d Heidelberg 5 24. Heat 2 36 d Macleod 1 32.

SECTION 6

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Thomastown 2 42 d St Mary’s 3 21. Heat 3 24 d Whittlesea 12. Watsonia 3 32 d South Morang 3 27. Hurstbridge 1 39 d West Ivanhoe 1 31.

SECTION 7

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Greensborough 4 25 d West Ivanhoe 2. Lalor 23 d Watsonia 4 16. Macleod 2 44 d Thomastown 3 15. South Morang 4 drew with Epping 2 28.

SECTION 8

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Kilmore 2 36 d Mernda 2 26.

SECTION 9

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Bundoora 4 27 d St Martins 25. Heidelberg West 1 27 d Watsonia 5 19. Northcote Park 3 28 d Heat 4 25.

SECTION 10

■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Bundoora 6 27 d Heidelberg West 2 25. Montmorency 2 26 d Mernda 3 10. Thomastown 4 v Hurstbridge 3.

GOULBURN VALLEY F.L. SCOREBOARD SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Benalla 12.7 (79) d Tatura 9.10 (64). Shepparton 18.14 (122) d Mooroopna 10.10 (70). Euroa 11.12 (78) d Seymour 8.12 (60). Kyabram 26.19 (175) d Shepparton United 3.3 (21). Rochester 14.6 (90) d Shepparton Swans 10.5 (65). Echuca 6.12 (48) d Mansfield 6.7 (43). ■ Ladder. 1. Kyabram, 293.36, 28. 2. Shepparton, 155.45, 24. 3. Benalla, 145.35, 24. 4. Euroa, 131.38, 24. 5. Seymour, 110.85, 20. 6. Rochester, 108.28, 12. 7. Echuca, 104.61, 12. 8. Tatura, 108.80, 8. 9. Shepparton United, 55.40, 8. 10. Mansfield, 72.75, 4. 11. Mooroopna, 61.78, 4. 12. Shepparton Swans, 36.18, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 10. RESERVES Shepparton United v Euroa. Seymour v Benalla. ■ Results. Round 8. Saturday, June 3. St Kyabram v Mooroopna. Mansfield v SheppMary’s 24.14 (158) d Reservoir 4.3 (27). Banyule arton Swans. Rochester v Shepparton. Tatura v 12.13 (85) d Heidelberg West 5.4 (34). Kilmore Echuca. 16.16 (112) d Laurimar 4.4 (28). South Morang RESERVES 14.7 (91) d Epping 4.14 (38). ■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Tatura ■ Ladder. 1. St Mary’s, 302.83, 28. 2. South 23.,15 (153) d Benalla 1.4 (10). Shepparton 26.10 Morang, 218.51, 24. 3. Epping, 145.48, 20. 4. (166) d Mooroopna 11.4 (70). Euroa 9.14 (68) d Banyule, 202.52, 16. 5. Heidelberg West, 96.90, Seymour 4.9 (33). Kyabram 15.5 (95) d 16. 6. Mernda, 87.80, 8. 7. Reservoir, 44.20, 8. Shepparton United 8.2 (50). Rochester 29.18 8. Kilmore, 43.09, 4. 9. Laurimar, 34.41, 4. (192) d Shepparton Swans 0.0 (0). Mansfield 8.2 (50) d Echuca 5.9 (39). NORTHERN F.L. ■ Ladder. 1. Euroa, 223.72, 28. 2. Shepparton, 236.96, 24. 3. Kyabram, 175.16, 24. 4. RochNETBALL ester, 246.21, 20. 5. Tatura, 152.87, 16. 6. Mansfield, 127.33, 16. 7. Shepparton United, 111.05, SCOREBOARD 12. 8. Echuca, 117.40, 10. 9. Shepparton Swans, 32.39, 8. 10. Seymour, 79.76, 4. 11. Mooroopna, SECTION 1 43.56, 4. ■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Northcote UNDER 18 Park 1 42 d Heidelberg 1 40. Fitzroy Stars 1 56 d West Preston-Lakeside 1 41. Greensborough ■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Benalla 1 40 d South Morang 1 35. Diamond Creek 1 80 17.14 (116) d Tatura 4.5 (29). Shepparton 17.19 (121) d Mooroopna 2.2 (14). Euroa 8.6 (54) d d Bundoora 1 48. Seymour 6.3 (39). Kyabram 11.9 (75) d SECTION 2 Shepparton United 5.4 (34). Rochester 21.20 ■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. North (146) d Shepparton Swans 0.4 (4). Echuca 20.15 Heidelberg 2 50 d St Mary’s 1 23. Diamond (135) d Mansfield 2.2 (14). Creek 2 22 d Ivanhoe 1 21. Greensborough 2 44 ■ Ladder. 1. Kyabram, 317.30, 28. 2. Shepparton, 224.12, 24. 3. Benalla, 214.14, 20. 4. Rochd Heidelberg 2 24. ester, 206.69, 20. 5. Shepparton United, 157.14, SECTION 3 20. 6. Echuca, 153.71, 16. 7. Tatura, 92.83, 16. ■ Results. Round 8. Friday, June 2. Heat 1 33 8. Euroa, 67.75, 12. 9. Seymour, 56.01, 4. 10. d Heidelberg 7 23. Mernda 1 27 d Bundoora 2 Mooroopna, 46.81, 4. 11. Shepparton Swans, 21. 23.72, 4. 12. Mansfield, 30.21, 0. ■ Results. Round 8. Saturday, June 3. St Mary’s 23.13 (151) d Reservoir 2.5 (17). Banyule 15.13 (103) d Heidelberg West 12.6 (78). Kilmore 12.14 (86) d Laurimar 6.10 (46). South Morang 16.14 (110) d Epping 10.13 (73). ■ Ladder. 1. Banyule, 201.86, 28. 2. South Morang, 202.15, 24. 3. St Mary’s, 187.71, 20. 4. Heidelberg West, 112.44, 16. 5. Kilmore, 8.30, 16. 6. Epping, 114.76, 12. 7. Mernda, 8.46, 8. 8. Laurimar, 47.20, 4. 9. Reservoir, 24.27, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 9. Saturday, June 10. Epping v Banyule. Laurimar v Reservoir. Mernda v Heidelberg West. St Mary’s v South Morang.


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KYABRAM DISTRICT F.L. SCOREBOARD SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Avenel 37.19 (241) dLongwood 1.8 (14). Lancaster 9.9 (63) d Girgarre 6.9 (45). Tallygaroopna 26.9 (165) d Merrigum 7.10 (52). Murchison-Toolamba 7.11 (53) d Rushworth 6.13 (49). Nagambie 33.25 (223) d Undera 2.0 (12). Stanhope v Ardomona. Violet Town - Bye.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Longwood 12.15 (87) d Avenel 4.8 (32). Girgarre 11.11 (77) d Lancaster 9.6 (60). Merrigum 9.4 (58) drew with Tallygaroopna 9.4 (58). Murchison-Toolamba 19.13 (127) d Rushworth 8.6 (54). Nagambie 18.6 (114) d Undera 5.5 (35). Stanhope 37.9 (231) d Ardmona 2.1 (13). Violet Town - Bye.

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■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Avenel 22.21 (153) d Longwood 4.0 (24). Lancaster 28.21 (189) d Girgarre 2.0 (12). Merrigum 12.7 (79) d Tallygaroopna 1.5 (11). MurchisonToolamba 26.11 (167) d Rushworth 3.3 (21). Stanhope 29.11 (185) d Ardmona 2.1 (13). Undera - Bye.

RIDDELL DISTRICT F.L. SCOREBOARD SENIORS

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Diggers Rest 168 d Lancefield 33. Wallan 16.13 (109) d Melton Centrals 7.4 (46). WoodendHesket 33.16 (214) d Broadford 6.2 (38). Riddell 15.17 (107) d Rockbank 7.14 (56). Rupertswood 119 d Sunbury-Kangaroos 97. Macedon 14.18 (102) d Romsey 8.10 (58). ■ Ladder. 1. Macedon, 323.20, 28. 2. Diggers Rest, 245.57, 20. 3. Sunbury Kangaroos,181.11, 20. 4. Wallan, 136.48, 20. 5. Rupertswood, 251.13, 16. 6. Romsey, 92.29, 16. 7. Riddell, 86.86, 12. 8. Melton Centrals, 75.72, 12. 9. Woodend-Hesket, 87.52, 8. 10. Lancefield, 62.80, 4. 11. Rockbank, 45.25, 4. 12. Broadford, 27.53, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 8. Saturday, June 17. Melton Centrals v Rupertswood. Diggers Rest v Broadford. Sunbury Kangaroos v Macedon. Rockbank v Woodend-Hesket. Lancefield v Wallan. Romsey v Riddell.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Diggers Rest 186 d Lancefield 3. Wallan 14.16 (100) d Melton Centrals 2.3 (15). Woodend-Hesket 6.11 (47) d Broadford 7.4 (46). Riddell 14.12 (96) d Rockbank 7.10 (52). Rupertswood 83 d Sunbury Kangaroos 38. Romsey 16.8 (104) d Macedon 6.5 (41). ■ Ladder. 1. Wallan, 433.50, 28. 2. Rupertswood, 681.42, 24. 3. Diggers Rest, 380.12, 20. 4. Sunbury Kangaroos, 303.98, 20. 5. Melton Centrals, 128.45, 16. 6. Woodend-Hesket, 56.27, 16. 7. Riddell, 83.08, 8. 8. Romsey, 70.62, 8. 9. Macedon, 40.35, 8. 10. Lancefield, 35.49, 4. 11. Broadford, 28.55, 4. 12. Rockbank, 24.78, 4.

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■ Results. Round 7. Saturday, June 3. Woodend-Hesket 9.10 (64) d Diggers Rest 6.10 (46). Wallan v Melton Centrals. Riddell v Rockbank. Rupertswood 24.17 (161) d Sunbury Kangaroos 2.1 (13) Macedon 14.8 (92) d Romsey 2.3 (15).

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD ALEXANDRA V YEA SENIORS ALEXANDRA ...... 5.6, 12.15, 17.18, 22.20 (152) YEA ................................ 3.2, 5.2, 9.3, 13.4 (82) Alexandra. Goalkickers: B. Norris 7, S. Hill 4, L. Heard 3, Z. Heaslip 2, W. Goonan 2, B. Cooper 2, M. Coombs, J. Goonan. Best: B. Cooper,

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD B. Norris, S. Hill, C. Mullins, Z. Heaslip, B. Woollard. Yea. Goalkickers: P. Rattray 7, S. Pearce 3, P. Evans,A. McSpeerin, H. Witton. Best: H. Jarvie, P. Rattray, A. McSpeerin, R. Ali, S. Pearce, E. Neilson. RESERVES ALEXANDRA ................ 2.2, 2.4, 8.5, 11.6 (72) YEA ................................... 1.2, 3.4, 4.4, 5.6 (36) Alexandra. Goalkickers: J. Hamill 3, T. Fielden 2, J. Krijt 2, D. Rouget, D. Bourke, B. McDonald, W. Cody. Best: B. McDonald, C. Pearce, D. Rouget, C. Jack, D. Bourke. Yea. Goalkickers: B. Broadway, J. Garlick, J. Southam, Z. Butler, T. McMahon. Best: B. Clements, J. Garlick, L. White, B. Broadway, C. Ryan, R. Akers.

KINGLAKE V SEVILLE

SENIORS SEVILLE .............. 5.5, 6.6, 10.11, 15.16 (106) KINGLAKE .................. 1.1, 5.4, 6.6, 10.7 (67) Seville. Goalkickers. J. Fraser 8, N. O’Keffe 2, J. Neal 2, D. Broadway 2, M. Cecere. Best: D. Broadway, J. Neal, J. Fraser, A. Mammoliti, J. Wind, N. Nolan. Kinglake. Goalkickers: J. Crowe 2, Z. White 2, M. McAllister, W. Graf, B. Harris, R. Mitchell, B. White, J. Whelan. Best: W. Graf, L. Hannah, J. Butterworth, J. Crowe, J. Mende. RESERVES KINGLAKE .................... 3.3, 3.4, 6.6, 9.6 (60) SEVILLE .......................... 0.1, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 (35) Kinglake. Goalkickers: K. Smith 3, O. Robinson 2, S. McMahon, R. Pratt, J. Poecher, H. Illingworth. Best: J. Flatley, J. Poecher, D. Mercuri, H. Illingworth, O. Robinson, B. Groves. Seville. Goalkickers. M. Stevenson 2, G. Annowsky, C. Young, S. Cromarty. Best: K. Mountjoy, T. Wilson, C. Trainor.

NORTHERN FL DIVISION 1 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD WHITTLESEA V ELTHAM SENIORS ELTHAM ...................... 3.0, 7.2, 10.6, 13.6 (84) WHITTLESEA ............. 3.4, 5.6, 8.10, 8.12 (60) Whittlesea. Goalkickers: C. Bland 4, M. Atta 2, P. Higgins, J. Sherman. Best: M. Coen, C. Bland, M. Stefanile, M. Atta, D. Saddington, L. Deards. RESERVES WHITTLESEA ............... 1.1, 5.2, 9.2, 10.5 (65) ELTHAM ........................ 5.1, 5.2, 7.4, 10.5 (65) Whittlesea. Goalkickers. B. Pupillo 2, R. Cumberland 2, J. Dyson 2, P. Lock, L. Martin, T. Crawford, L. Hughes. Best: J. Dyson, B. Rusell, N. Lacey, S. Dempsey, C. Sloan. Eltham. Goalkickers. J.Anderson 3, T. Snell 2, J. Lorey 2, C. O’Leary, N. Eggleton, J. Doukas. Best: L. Findlay, J. Lorey, C. O’Leary, S. Brazzale, L. Kelso. UNDER 19 ELTHAM .................... 3.2, 4.7, 10.11, 12.13 (85) WHITTLESEA ............... 2.2, 2.4, 3.4, 6.8 (44) Eltham. Goalkickers. D. Jarvis 4, R. Hunt 3, M. McLellan 2, A. Currie, B. Montanaro, S. Desmond. Best: R. Hunt, B. Roughsedge, H. Furlong, D. Jarvis, M. McLellan, S. Warren. Whittlesea. Goalkickers. H. Bland 4, T. Holmberg, C. McLean. Best: H. Bland, C. McLean, R. Johnson, C. Fitzgerald, J. Carroll, N. Fellows.

SEYMOUR DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD UNDER 16

■ Results. Round 6. Sunday, June 4. St Mary’s 17.19 (121) d Tabilk 1.0 (6). Seymour 12.12 (84) d Wandong 10.6 (66). Yea 15.15 (105) d Broadford 4.3 (27). Euroa v Alexandra.

SEYMOUR DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD UNDER 14

KINGLAKE FOOTBALLNETBALL REPORTS RESERVES

■ One of the largest crowds ever seen at a Kinglake Reserves match cheered players on with generations of former players watching life member Brett 'Iron Wombat' Groves join Michael 'Kev' Maloney and Ben 'Dot' Collins to become the third player in Kinglake club hisUNDER 12 tory to play 300 club games. ■ Results. Round 6. Sunday, June 4. St Mary’s Past players couldn't help cheering and shout9.9 (63) d Tabilk 3.5 (23). Wandong 5.6 (36) d ing instructions to players from the sidelines as Seymour 3.2 (20). Euroa v Alexandra. Yea 7.6 the Reserves won their first game of the season (48) d Broadford 1.1 (7). by 25 points. The Lakers wasted no time establishing an YEA FOOTBALL early lead to be in front by 20 points at the quarter-time break, the Reserves’ best start to a game REPORTS this season. Seville came out firing in the second quarter SENIORS quickly catching up to Kinglake with seven scorAlexandra 22.20 (152) defeated Yea 13.4 (82) ing shots to Kinglake's one with Kinglake givYea received a reality check on Saturday, ing away their 20-point lead. Playing coach Andrew Young 'put the acid copping a hefty 70-point defeat at the hands of on' the players during his half-time speech with Alexandra in the inaugural Ivey-Hedger Cup. The Tigers appeared in the hunt early, boot- Kinglake lifting in the second half and turning ing the first goal of the game through Paddy the game around. Kinglake had five scoring shots whilst reRattray but falling behind late in the term to trail stricting Seville to two scoring shots after halfby 16 points at quarter-time. time. The second stanza was a debacle for the Seville stepped up the defensive pressure in visitors, as the Rebels slammed on seven goals the final quarter restricting Kinglake to only to two in a dominant display that more or less three scoring shots. It wasn't enough to stop the finished the contest at half time. Lakers winning. Yea fought hard after the major break, evenReserves playing coach, Andrew Young tually losing the second half by 15 points but talked about the win: "I put the acid on everyone certainly showing a greater effort than earlier in in this room at half time. Today is probably the most important game any of us will ever play in. the match. Rattray provided an excellent target and slot- Everyone here played their best game of the ted seven majors, while Shaun Pearce chipped season." Groves then addressed the players, pas in with three of his own and Rhys Ali battled andBrett present gathered in the change rooms. hard in defence despite some plenty of inside "We shouldwho'd play like this every week. I couldn't 50s from the opposition. ask to have played with a better bunch of blokes. Aidan McSpeerin continued his great 2017 I think I've played with everyone in this room." campaign, Harrison Jarvie worked tirelessly in SENIORS the middle of the ground and Dan O'Dwyer gave ■ Former Collingwood AFL player (curren his all in a duel with Alexandra forward Brayden coach of Northern Blues) stepped into the role Norris. of Seville full-forward kicking eight goals with a It was a disappointing result for Yea, who best on ground performance that Kinglake simperformed so well against Thornton-Eildon the ply couldn't match. previous week but failed to bring the same level Despite doubling Seville's centre clearance of pressure and intensity. rate 12 to six in the opening quarter Kinglake The Tigers will be eager to knock off Yarra couldn't make use of the clearances with Seville Junction at the Recreation Reserve this Satur- having 10 inside 50s to Kinglake's seven with Seville 28 points up at quarter-time. day. Kinglake coach Brad Wilkinson described RESERVES the situation at quarter time: "You boys are flat, Alexandra 11.6 (72) defeated Yea 5.6 (36) you don't look interested. We're getting the clearDespite a positive start to the contest, Yea fell ances but fumbling…we've got to be cleaner short against Alexandra and went down by 36 through there (centre). We need to rotate more points away from home in the first Ivey-Hedger or just be a little bit more (expletive) interested in this game." Cup. fired up in second quarter restrictThe beginning of the match was tight, with ingKinglake Seville to just four scoring shots and only one the Rebels taking a slim one-goal lead going Seville goal for the second quarter as Kinglake's into the first change. tackle rate increased to 19. The Tigers hit back hard, booting two majors The Lakers started getting inside their forto a goalless Alexandra to regain the ascendancy ward 50 more often, 15 to just six from Seville with Kinglake also stepping up their defensive at half-time. The premiership quarter belonged to the pressure and tackle rate. At half-time Kinglake bought the game within home side, who proceeded to ram home six goals to one to hold a definitive 25-point buffer at the reach with an eight-point margin in Seville's final break, before finishing the contest full of favour. The break saw Seville return to playing as running. began the match with 15 inside 50s to Brad Clements's return to the side was a ma- they Kinglake's six, which the scoreboard made clear jor factor, dominating in the ruck and across as Seville established a four goal lead and had half-back, while Jaryed Garlick (one goal) nine scoring shots to Kinglake's four. played his best game of the season throughout At three-quarter time Kinglake coach Brad Wilkinson told the players: "We're making too the midfield. Ben Broadway (one goal) was potent by foot, many basic skill errors. This is a big show here Ryan Akers controlled the back line with a rock boys, let's get smarter around the contests. We solid performance in defence and Cam Ryan need to break the game open and move the ball a little bit smarter" found plenty of the football. Despite best attempts from the Lakers it The Tigers remain in fifth position on the wasn't to be as Seville ran away with the game ladder on equal points with Thornton-Eildon, in the final quarter as Kinglake fell flat, allowone game clear of Seville and Kinglake. ing Seville to establish a lead that would be hard Yea will expect to get the four points this week to catch. The Lakers tried hard to reduce the when they clash with winless Yarra Junction. margin in the final quarter but it wasn't to be - Patrick Evans with Seville winning by 39 points. ■ Results. Round 6. Sunday, June 4. Tabilk 7.2 (44) d St Mary’s 3.7 (25). Wandong 12.7 (79) d Seymour 6.4 (40). Euroa v Alexandra. Yea v Broadford.


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KINGLAKE FOOTBALLNETBALL REPORTS NETBALL

A-GRADE KINGLAKE ................................ 22, 37, 59, 76 SEVILLE ....................................... 5, 13, 18. 20 Kinglake. Goals: Tarsha Collette 54, Lauren Beaton 10, Laura Atkins 12.Best: Tarsha Collette, Mandy Bell, Paige Stanley B-GRADE KINGLAKE ................................ 19, 41, 57, 74 SEVILLE ......................................... 3, 8, 14, 24 Kinglake. Goals: Jade White 49, Kelsey Smith 19, Karsha Hoyt 6.Best: Jade White, Kelsey Smith, Renee Wilson. C-GRADE,D-GRADE Seville no longer fields C- or D-Grade netball teams.

YEA NETBALL REPORTS D-GRADE

■ D-Grade suffered their first defeat of the season, with Alexandra stealing the lead late in the game to take the four points. Both teams struggled to score in the first quarter with Alex able to take a slight advantage into half-time after an error riddled second quarter by both teams. Yea had its best term in the third, opening the play up and moving the ball fluently into attack to score 9 goals to 4. Captain Sarah Lobley was a standout at GK deflecting many incoming balls to send the Tigers back forward. Yea had a three-goal lead as the final term started and the opening minutes went goal for goal. Alexandra soon levelled things again before Yea had a great few minutes of play to push out to a 19-16 lead. With only a couple of minutes remaining, the Rebels played patient but intense netball to score four goals in a row to steal the lead and take the points. Alexandra 20 def Yea 19 Goals: A. Smith- Jones 13, A. O'Connor 6 Best: S. Lobley, L. Peters, A. Smith-Jones Award: Sarah Lobley

C-GRADE

■ C-Grade came off a three-week break this week, so the Tigers really had to get back into the zone. The Tigers matched a competitive Alex CGrade side on Saturday over in Alex. It was tough leading up to the match as Alex had a lot of movement in their teams over the season break. It was an even start from both sides, Yea showing some good passage of play at times, Alex showing more defensive pressure in the first half then the Tigers. Both teams limited the space and shut down all possible drives in attack. Defenders, Deb, Kim, Ruby and Emily had a tough day trying to shut down their tall goaler and their experienced mid court. In our attacking end Fiona and Jess showed much better movement, presenting well and sharing the workload. Both shooting out an even 17 goals each. For Jess and Fiona to score off every ball it all starts with our attacking line. Ruby did an exceptional job in C and then moving into GK. Judy, Molly and Jordan are getting better every week, really developing strong connections and working together on game days and at trainings. It was a strong game by the Tigers, they fought well and just got over the line in the end. Standouts for the match were the back trio, Deb, Kim, Ruby and Emily who were impressive all game. Well done girls. Yea 34 def Alexandra 32 Goals: F. Purvis 17, J. Armstrong 17 Best: D. Schickerling, J. Armstrong, Judy Watts. Award: Fiona Purvis

B-GRADE

■ After handing out a 90 and 60 goal hiding to their previous two opponents the Tigers knew facing old foe Alexandra was going to be much tougher. The girls came away with a 15-goal victory but the match was a lot closer than the final margin.

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After an even start to the game, Yea produced an important five minutes during the first quarter which saw them take a six-goal lead to the first quarter. This six-goal buffer was the key to the game, as the margin bounced around thatsix goals for the following two quarters. At times the Tigers rushed their ball movement and made silly errors allowing Alex back into the game but pleasingly the girls responded to play some great netball. RhiAldous and Lauren Cronk were tireless in defence and their relentless work in the goal circle forced Alex to turn the ball over on many occasions. At three-quarter time the Tigers hung on to that six-goal lead and were urged by their coaches to make sure the basics were done well and the rest would follow. Each girl did that and Yea produced a great final term to score 16 goals to 7. Amanda Akers was dominant under the ring with 11 goals for the quarter. Credit to the whole team for their fierce but controlled to determination to win this game. Overall it was a fabulous team performance with Cindy Newcomen the coach’s pick for the day for her great drive and work in the goal third. Well done ladies. Yea 45 def Alexandra 30 Goals: A. Akers 28, C. Hayes 17 Best: R. Aldous, L. Cronk, C. Hayes Award: Cindy Newcomen

This also lifted our shooters, Hannah B and Jordan W, to sink some much needed goals. Caitlyn positioned herself around the ring well and passed effectively to Yea shooters. 14-20 It was goal-for-goal this quarter which allowed Seymour to creep up on the score board. This put pressure on both sides which resulted in many turn overs. The Tigers managed to keep the pressure on and came away with the win. All the girls played a great game and it was an awesome first win for the season. 21-28 Tiger Bucks Award: Teagan Britton Royal Mail Award: Jordyn O'Donohue. - Michelle Dolman

A-GRADE

■ It was a slow start this week for the Tigers, major errors on the Tigers behalf resulted in Alex scoring off our centre passes. Meg, Nikki and Megan showed some good connections in the attacking end, driving strong and hitting the circles edge. Chelsea did an amazing job in centre, defensively and attackingly. Sarah had a brilliant first quarter in WD, putting an enormous amount of pressure outside the circle, which helped Bridget and Brooke. Rebounds and communication was the highlight for the defenders. Due to an injury, play was stopped until the player was removed from the court. Thoughts are with the Alex shooter and we all hope she has a speedy recovery and that we see her back on court when we meet again. This left both sides playing out the rest of the second quarter (seven minutes) and five more minutes into the third quarter. During this time Soph W and Soph S came out and gave a little more direction and drive to the side. It wasn't easy to stop and start so credit to both Alex and Yea who stepped back out on court and kept playing. This weekend we welcome Yarra Junction at home. Yea 33 def Alexandra 20 Goals: M. Sundblom 17, N. Watts 16 Best: C. Spagnolo, B. O'Dwyer, M. Sundblom Award: Brooke Lloyd - Cindy Hayes and Lauren Hearn

YEA JUNIOR NETBALL REPORTS UNDER 16

■ Yea started off strong and scored the first three goals. Jordyn O made great leads towards the ball and passed it nicely in to our shooters. Defensive pressure from the Tigers was strong which resulted in a few turn overs. It was lovely to hear to hear positive encouragement from the Tigers bench from Hannah C. Seymour 2, Yea 9. Ruby came on into C and was a great help, using her speed, to help bring the ball down the court. Hannah C's three feet was perfect, putting pressure on Seymour WA. Teagan and Ebony are a great combo in GD and GK getting many rebounds and intercepts. 8 -14 Viv held well on the ring for Yea’s GK throw in. Yea’s incentive dropped a little but hearing encouraging words from the coach on the sidelines the girls refocused and got their mojo back.

UNDER 14. DIVISION 1

■ 1st Quarter. Yea started off with great defence work by Holly (WD) allowing Abby (GA) to get the first goal. Melina (WA) called for the ball well from Jordyn (C) doing a great with her passes. Cassie defended well as keeper and Ruby (GD) kept a sharp eye on the ball. A great exciting start for Yea. Yea 15 to Seymour 1. 2nd Quarter. Yet again a fantastic quick start with Maggie (GA) getting 4 quick goals. Great intercepts by all the girls kept a good lead. Ruby (GD) and Cassie worked well in defence getting a lot of turnovers. Melina (WA) made quick decisive moves down to Abby, Holly kept very close to her opponent. Yea 29 to Seymour 5 3rd Quarter. Grace came on this quarter and did a great job in centre. Maggie kept smiling even after she missed a few goals. Lots of encouragement amongst the girls keeping them hungry to win. Yea 34 to Seymour 13. 4th Quarter. All girls kept close to their opponents. Melina played well in WA and Cassie did some great defending using her height. Jordyn played well in centre and moved the ball quickly forward. Melina assisted well with Maggie (GS) and Abby (GA) in the goals. An exciting game to watch our girls win easily. Last goal of the game was a flukish shot by Abby, you just had to be there to see it. Well done to all girls. Final Score: Yea 48 def Seymour 18 Awards. Royal Mail:Abby Christie. Tiger Bucks: Melina Zipsin - Kay Granter

YEA JUNIOR FOOTBALL REPORTS UNDER 12

■ In the fog of Yea, as hands froze and toes hurt just at the thought of kicking a football, our Tigers took to the field to play Broadford. It didn’t take long for the leather to warm up and we were again treated to another exhibition with look away handballs and line breaking runs as we jumped out early, 3.3 (21) in the first. The midfield strength shown from Monty Lawson and Luke Kelderman continued to drive Yea forward. Rhys Harding at full forward presented hard all day leaving the Broadford defence scrambling. 6.4.40 at half-time before Broadford had warmed up and started matching us around the ground and on the scoreboard. The last quarter was testing for the tigers as they showed us what an organised unit they’ve become, holding strong for the win in ice cold conditions. Yea 7.6 (48) defeated Broadford 1.0 (6) Goalkickers: H.Marks 3, R.Francombe 1, R.Harding 1, L Keldreman 1, R.Slevin 1 Awards: Clint Rose Motors Award - Brodie Davey, Kelderman Performance Horses award - Cooper Holdsworth Rose, Paringa Livestock award - Declan Ingham, Paul Transport Johnston award - Jackson Grech, Royal Mail Hotel award - Riley Frankcombe, Tiger Bucks award -Hayden Marks, Donna and Chris Slevin award -Monty Lawson Thankyou again to all our sponsors for your continued support and I would encourage all readers to support all sponsors of our club where possible. Memorable Moments: Tyson Garlick taking a wonderful contested grab before sending it beautifully down the line as the photographer (his mother) cursed the workings of her camera from the sidelines. - Greg Philpot

UNDER 10

■ The second home game in a row for our U10 Tigers, last weekwnd coming up against Broadford. It was our first real winter’s day with fog in the air, ice on the grass and the kids all feeling the cold, but once they got warmed up they were away. Broadford had similar numbers of players and with the increased ground size the kids had YEA JUNIOR space to run and some superb passages of play FOOTBALL REPORTS were on show. Bek Klinge (Coach) and Rob Armstrong (Assistant Coach) both praised the kids in the UNDER 16 ■ The Yea Under16s tackled a depleted post game address for the improvement that they Broadford outfit on Sunday in freezing condi- are seeing each week from all the kids. Congratulations to this weeks U10's award tions with the infamous fog barely above the winners: Ella Noble (RMH Meal Award), Angoalposts. Yea controlled the play for the quarter getting gus Antrobus (Tiger Bucks Award), Connor three early goals before the eagerness to join or Sier (MisterMinute Award), Noah Harry increase the individual goal tally saw a number (MisterMinute Award), Chevy Klinge (Klinge of points scored until Bulbeck slotted one Klincher Award), William Granter (Tiger Bucks through just before the siren.Quarter-time:Yea Award). Well done kids 4.7 (31) to Broadford 0.0 (0). ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL The second quarter was a more accurate one for the Tigers but Broadford were battling hard NETBALL CLUB REPORT to make the home team earn their goals. The Yea bench was in overdrive trying to rotate SATURDAY players,partly to give everyone some decent ■ The AFL Yarra Ranges League Round 7 of game time ,but mainly to keep all players warm. Five players booted goals in the tally of seven the 2017 season last Saturday saw the Rebels for the quarter.Half-Time; Yea 11.10 (76) to return to Rebel Park and host Yea for two games of football and four games of netball with the Broadford 0.0 (0). The second half saw Broadford have an inaugural Kevin Hedger-Richard Ivey Memoequal amount of the play as the fog slowly edged rial Challenge Cup to be decided from all recloser to ground level.Both teams went goal for sults on the day. It was also Life Members Day and it was goal as the Tigers had to earn every kick with no great to see so many of our Life Members in easy goals.Thanks to the Yea players who helped fill in for Broadford and did so quite happily. attendance, some of which are still volunteerGood to see an ex-Yea player Billy Neilson ing. RESERVES take the Broadford coaching job for the day,he The Reserves included a few experienced would have some inside knowledge on how to play in the low cloud. Final scores Yea 15.15 players Bill Cody, David Bourke, Luke Ware and Corey Jack, the latter playing his 350th game (105) to Broadford 4.3 (27). Goals: Turvey and Wischer 4 each, Beattie as he led the team out, surrounded by his three 3 , Charles 2 ,Firmin and Bulbeck 1 each. Best boys Ben, Dylan and Noah all in Rebels number players: a great team effort by all players,some 13 jumpers, to a line up of senior players, suprotated to unfamiliar positions and some rotated porters and Under 12 footballers who were there to the opposition. - Jack McMaster to support their coach.


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ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB REPORT

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Not much deserves to be written about the first half as both sides played poorly with only five goals kicked between the two teams. Alex certainly picked up in the third quarter with six goals to one as they started to find team mates by both foot and hand. Around the clearances Brent McDonald, Corey Jack and David Bourke were winning the ball and providing Tom Halligan opportunities to use his pace whilst Jedd Hamill provided a target up forward. In defence Chase Pearce and Andrew Wood kept the Tiger forwards in check as Alex finished off the game with a further three goals to one to double the visitors score winning 11.6 (72) to 5.6 (36). Awards: Caltex $25 fuel card - Brent McDonald, Alex Sportspower $20 award Chase Pearce, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal - Daniel Rouget, Corner Hotel $20 meal - Luke Ware, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Corey Jack. SENIORS The Seniors included Captain Chris Mullins playing his 200th game along with Jack Elkington and Luke Heard to replace Jacob Brereton, Conor Heaslip and Brent McDonald. On a fine early winter's day, the Rebels were keen to extract some revenge from our last meeting where the Tigers were too good in the Elimination Final last year. The ground was in great condition after early week rain as Alexandra won the toss and kicked to the hill end with a big crowd in attendance. Yea was first to goal at the town end before Alexandra ran the ball around the caravan park side to give Scott Hill a chance but he was astray but Hill soon made amends from closer in. Both teams were contesting hard and play was scrambly, Alex used the ball with purpose and Brayden Norris finished well but the Tigers kicked the next major. A strong contest from Rhys Steward enabled Luke Heard to goal from a Yea kick-in as Alex was using the ball well, finding Brayden Norris again and his long kick from near the scoreboard was accurate. Ryley Norris combined with Ben Cooper for their fifth goal before Yea intercepted an errant kick out of defence for their third goal reducing the margin to 16 points at the first change. Strong attacking by Cooperand Steve Steiner allowed Will Goonan to goal early in the second as Alex appeared to get on top in general play with Brayden Norris marking well up forward. A 50 metre penalty enabled Will Goonan to kick a second goal but Alexandra's inaccuracy was the only thing keeping Yea in touch at this stage but they got closer with successive goals. Brayden Norris, two further goals and Hill extended Alexandra's lead to 55 points at the long break. Yea reduced the margin with the first goal of the third quarter as Alex added behinds but Hill again goaled from the angle. Chris Mullins was jumping over the big Yea ruckman and Cooper and Steiner along with Zach Heaslip and Nathan Dundas were on top in the midfield whilst Brayden Norris and Heaslip increased the lead. Yea with forwards Rattray and Pearce marking strongly and kicking accurately were efficient up forward. Michael Coombs and Norris again stretched the lead to 57 points at the last change. Unselfishly Norris passed to Hill for his fourth goal as Alex continued to attack but the competition's leading goal kicker Rattray continued to trouble the Alex defence. Heaslip running into form took a one armed mark and goaled before Cooper burst from the centre in customary style and kicked accurately, further goals to Jack Goonan and Heard finished off the work from up field as Alexandra recorded a 70-point win 22.20 (132) to Yea 13.4 (82). Best players included Ben Cooper (2 goals), Brayden Norris (7 goals), Stephen Steiner, Scott Hill (4 goals) Zach Heaslip (2 goals) and

Ben Woollard. Awards: Alex Standard $50 fuel card - Ben Cooper, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal - Brayden Norris, Corner Hotel $20 meal - Scott Hill, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Chris Mullins. A large crowd of players and supporters in the clubrooms after the game saw that the Hedger - Ivey Memorial Challenge Cup was decided as a draw as each Club had three wins from the six games of football and netball. Members of each of the families were present to present the Cup kindly donated by Cindy McLeish, State Member for Eildon. This Cup will now be played for at the first meeting of the clubs each season. On a great day of country football and netball between two Clubs that have been playing against each other since the late 19th century, one piece of news that I received highlighted the day when I spoke to Ethan Richie's dad who told me that Ethan, who was at the games, got a good report from the doctors recently and is doing well. The gate raffle was won by Kath Anderson, the points margin won by John Westwood and meat tray won by Russell Purcell. NETBALLAWARDS A-Grade lost 20 - 33: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Teana Wards, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 Meal - Caitlan Haggis; B-Grade lost 30 - 45: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Emma Kidd, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 meal - Hana Duldig; C-Grade lost 32 - 34: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Laura Westwood, Essence Coffee Lounge $10 meal - Mandy Gesler; D-Grade won 20 - 19: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Lisa Wallace, Essence Coffee Lounge $10 meal - Jo Steel. 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 Rhys Steward, Paul Brooks, Jack Goonan, Hugh Kidd / Luke Chapple and Scott Whitehead. The Holmesglen @ Eildon Jackpot did not go off and will be worth $1500 next week so come along and buy some tickets at $1 each but you need to be at the Club rooms at 8pm for the draw. 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 weekend the Rebels are at home on Saturday and host Yarra Glen and the juniors are at home on Sunday and host Seymour. The Club is also catering with a barbecue at Rotary Park on Sunday at the Truck Show and anyone that can assist please contact Ray Steyger to go on the roster.

● Pictured are two boundary umpires that oversaw the Alexandra-Yea Reserves football match on Saturday, and the two boundary umpires that ran the Seniors game. From left: Damon Malcolm, Jordan Ferrier, Dylan Jack and Corey Malcolm. The four boys are from Alexandra, Damon (plays under 16s) and Corey are brothers and ran the Seniors together whilst the other two boys ran the reserves. Jordan plays under 14s and his father Scott Ferrier is the coach, Dylan plays under 12s and his father Corey Jack is the coach and played his 350th game on Saturday. - Ray Steyger

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Kidd; Parsons Family award Ben Jack; Smith Family award Jaxon Carlton; Coach's award Jordan Ferrier. Under 16s Football Alexandra 2.6 (18) defeated by Euroa 17.11 (113) Essence Coffee Lounge award Aaron McDonald; Reddrops Foodworks award Tom Rouget; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Hamish Dunsford; Provender Country Bakehouse award Tyson Pedlar; Bundalaguah Engineering award Christian Hibberd; Parsons Family award Angus Smith; Coach's award Jordan Laurie-Rhodes. Under 14s Netball (Div 2) Alexandra 13 defeated by Euroa 39 Reddrops Foodworks award Tayla Arnett; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Charlotte Harris; Goulburn River Trout award Paige Bingham. Under 12s Netball Alexandra 4 defeated by Euroa 19 Reddrops Foodworks award Louise Hurrey; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Mikaela Krijt; Bundalaguah Engineering award Jazmin Collett. Under 14s Netball (Div 1) Alexandra 16 defeated by Euroa 51 Reddrops Foodworks award Mia Rouget; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Jamie Baird; Goulburn River Trout award not presented. Under 16s Netball Alexandra 32 defeated by Euroa 42

Reddrops Foodworks award Kim Webber-Lally; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Alexia Andreou; Alexandra Physiotherapy award Madison Richards. A big thank you to the above award sponsors for their continued support of our junior footballers and netballers in 2017. Next weekend we return to Rebel Park and host Seymour for four games of football and three games of netball - Under 14 Div 2 has the bye. 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

YEA GOLF CLUB REPORT

■ Robert O’Halloran (16) with a fine 38 points won the Stableford competition at Royal Yea on Saturday. He also won midweek as well. Second was Terry Chaplin (19) on 33 points on countback from Carl Maffei (25) third. Carl won NTP on the 2nd and Bill Dredge won the Club Award. Sixteen men were contesting the first round of the Prideaux Cup and it was also the special draw of Chook lotto: Peter Keast winning the golf lesson and Malcolm Bett the money. - Alan Pell

SUNDAY

■ The Alexandra Football-Netball Club junior teams traveled to Euroa last Sunday for round 6 of the 2017 season for competition in four grades of football and four grades of netball. Under 12s Football Alexandra 0.1 (1) defeated by Euroa 12.12 (84) Essence Coffee Lounge award Dylan Jack; Reddrops Foodworks award Tom Miljkovic; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Banjo Fitzpatrick; Provender Country Bakehouse award Casey Collett; Goulburn River Trout award Tom Meggitt; Armstrong Family award Will Wright; Hadfield Contractors award Lachlan Armstrong; Coach's award Callan Howell. Under 14s Football Alexandra 2.0 (12) defeated by Euroa 16.6 - 102 Essence Coffee Lounge award Kobe Gogoll; Reddrops Foodworks award Jacob Bourke; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Ryan Lucas;

● The Yea’s Under 10 side shows they are one team. Photo: Ian Porter


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Kinglake v Seville Reserves At Kinglake Memorial Reserve Photos by Ashley Geelan

● Brett Groves with ex-player Adam Withers

● Hayden Illingworth tackles a Seville player

● Andrew Young urges the Kinglake Reserves

● Kinglake, Seville all miss the mark

● Brett Groves and Jaedin Poacher attempt to get the ball for Kinglake Reserves

● Layne Hendrie tackles Jarrod DiGiandominico

● Kane Smith kicks for goal

● Kinglake Reserves coach Andrew Young

● Jaedin Poacher kicks for goal

● Rodney Pratt kicks a Lakers goal

● Kane Smith marks under pressure from Seville’s Kyle Mountjoy

● Seville’s Cam Trainor kicks out of the centre


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Kinglake v Seville Seniors at Kinglake Memorial Reserve Photos: Ashley Geelan

● Kinglake three-quarter time huddle

● Seville quarter-time huddle

● Alex McLaren kicks away.

● Jayden Butterworth takes a contested mark

● Josh Fraser listens to Seville Seniors coach Kane Shire

● Kinglake’s Will Graf is tackled and spoils the footy.

● Seville three-quarter-time huddle

● Kinglake three-quarter time huddle


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• emi-permanent creek, 3 dams and stockyards • 3 large water tanks, carport shed and workshop $650,000

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“Edgelton" Impressive double brick home on 10 acres:• 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 living areas • Office/study, delightful kitchen and family room

‘Lemon Gum Cottage’ • Tidy 2 bedroom home on a flat block • Large living with split system & gas heater • Front and rear verandah • Single carport and timber lockup garage • Re-stumped & freshly painted $180,000

Alexandra

• Separate lounge and dining with wood heater, rumpus room • Lovely out door entertaining area taking in the glorious view • Double lock up Colorbond workshop, double carport $649,000

Alexandra

Opportunity Knocks! • Ripe for renovation 3 bedroom home on nearly half an Acre • Potential to sub-divide (STCA) • Open living with wood heater and split system • 4 carports, double lock up garage and concrete floors $245,000

Sales Specialis ts I Belinda Hocking 04 18 115 55774 Specialists 0418 Property Management I Sarah Brockhus - 0457 537 222 Cathkin

OPEN THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 10 - 11AM TO 12 NOON

Prime Building Blocks Lot 7- approx. 1110m2 | Lot 12- approx. 1064m2 • All essential services available for connection • Magnificent views to surrounding hills and black range • Located within walking distance to schools and shops $ 74,500

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

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The Local Paper - Wed., June 7, 2017  

The Local Paper - Wed., June 7, 2017

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