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■ A gathering will be held at Flowerdale Primary School at 7pm Tuesday (Aug. 1) to farewell Barbara Alkemade. Guests will be wearing their weirdest hats.

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● Family and friends celebrated with Jean Mahoney (nee Phillips), formerly of Molesworth, for her 99th birthday with a special outing to the Royal Mail Hotel, Yea last week. Now living at Rosebank, Jean has seen many changes in the Yea district over her lifetime. With Muriel Perry, Jean was one of the founders of the Molesworth Easter Bazaar at the Hall.


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CEO appointments go to the next level ■ The City of Whittlesea’s appointment of Simon Overland as its new CEO sends a clear signal to Murrindindi Shire Council of the level at which it must approach the recruitment of its next Chief Executive. Whittlesea announced on Thursday that Mr Overland, formerly the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, would become its CEO from next month. Murrindindi Shire CEO Margaret Abbey announced in May that she will “retire”, but intends first to take accrued leave and other entitlements. Murrindindi Shire Mayor Cr Charlie Bisset and her six colleagues appear to be in no hurry to seek its future executive leader to succeed Ms Abbey. Despite Ms Abbey’s announcement in late May, two months have passed without any further elaboration by the Mayor or Councillors on what they intend to do about the Murrindindi Shire executive leadership position.. Last week’s announcement by Whittlesea Mayor, Cr Ricky Kirkham, takes local government leadership to a new level. Mr Overland has been working as the head of the Department of Justice in Tasmania, where he has been since he resigned from his role as Victoria's police chief in 2011. Four years ago, Mr Overland’s salary in Tasmania was reported to be $280,000. It was revealed last year that Ms Abbey was being paid $250,000 annually. Ms Abbey’s original appointment in 2010 was financially assisted by the Brumby State Labor Government. Her appointment was announced at the time by thenMayor, Cr Peter Beales, who has close Labor Party connections. Ms Abbey was formerly Group Manager, Environment and Planning Services at Nillumbik Shire Council. Council stated that Ms Abbey lives in Alexandra, although she retains a residence in suburban Greensborough.

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■ This is the text of the Whittlesea City Council’s news release issued last Thursday: “Whittlesea City Council has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Simon Overland. This unanimous decision follows an extensive national recruitment process undertaken by McArthur and Council. “Mayor Ricky Kirkham said it was an exciting time to lead our organisation. "Simon comes to the City of Whittlesea with extensive experience in management, leadership and community service having served as the Secretary of the Department of Justice in Tasmania, and as the former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police," Mayor Kirkham said. "He has a passion for community development, quality service delivery and reforming organisations. "As we continue to grow, it is essential we plan quality services and infrastructure for our established and new communities. Simon will be critical in ensuring the organisation meets these objectives. "Our Councillor team looks forward to working with Simon over the coming years." Simon Overland said he was excited to take on the challenge. "I feel very honoured in accepting this important appointment. I am looking forward to working with Council, staff and the local community to deliver on Council's plans for the City of Whittlesea." “Simon holds a Bachelor of Arts (University of Canberra), Bachelor of Laws (Australian National University) and chairs the Youth Support and Advocacy Service. Mayor Kirkham thanked acting CEO Liana Thompson for her leadership over the last five months. "On behalf of Council, I thank Liana for leading the organisation over the last five months. It has been a pleasure working closely with Liana to achieve outcomes for our community," he said. “Simon Overland will commence as CEO on Monday, August 21. “Acting CEO arrangements will remain in place until then.”

Busy time for local police ■ Kinglake Police attended a farm accident at Flowerdale, in which a man injured his arm. The victim was taken by ambulance from the Spring Valley Rd area farm to hospital. Yea CFA volunteers were amongst the first responders. ★ Police wish to speak with a man (image, at right) described as 30 to 40 years old, Australain, Caucasian, approx. 6ft tall, large to fat build, with short receding strawberry blonde hair, with green hazel eyes, light skinned with reddish cheeks and heavily freckled. This follows a road rage incident at Hume Hwy, Wallan, last Wednesday (July 19) about 3.05pm. The offending vehicle swerved several times towards the victim forcing him to take evasive action to avoid a collision.

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● Kristin Michaels, Yea Hospital Chair ■ More than two months ago - on May 18 - Yea and District Memorial Hospital and Seymour Health announced their proposed merger. Yea Hospital Chair Kristin Michaels, an ambitious health industry career professional, indicated that a ‘due diligence’ process would take place over nine weeks. Ms Michaels committed to keep in touch with the Yea community to keep people appraised on the important move. There has been the publication of a pretty Merger Matters newsletter, and a guest appearance of Seymour Health CEO Chris McDonnell early this month at the Yea Hospital and Rosebank Auxiliary meeting. Apart from that the public has received precious little on the subject of the proposed merger. The merger has every appearance of a ‘done deal’.

Question remains ■ The Yea Hospital is one of the “healthiest and wealthiest” country hospitals in Victoria. It has millions of dollars in reserves, a large portion of it raised over years by the Yea community.

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● Jennifer Keast In The Local Paper’s interview with Ms Michaels in May, she said she was unaware of the reasons why local Board member Jennifer Keast resigned her position. The Local Paper revealed the following week that Ms Keast had put her reasons in writing to the State Health Minister, with a copy to Ms Michaels. Ms Keast resigned because she was not satisfied with the planned merger, and what it would mean to the people of Yea. The Yea community silence has been deafening.

■ It looks likely that the Murrindindi Shire Council meeting in Yea tonight (Wed.) will be a brief one. Most of the Shire’s business is now held in behind-closed-doors meetings called ‘Assemblies of Councillors’. In the past month three such meetings, none open to the public, have been held. Discussions have been held on matters including: ■ Mobile library ■ Confilct of Interest policy review ■ Rates and Charges abandone ■ Community Grants - June round ■ Marysville Tourism and Arts Centre ■ Draft Council Plan and Budget ■ Planning application - Marysville ■ Tender - Sealed road maintenance truck

Talks in secret ■ Discussions for the awarding of a contract for ‘Training Services Panel’ are listed to be discussed at the Council meeting tonight in Yea - in a section closed to the public.

Below budget ■ Murrindindi Shire Council’s expected revenue from supplementary valuations is expected to be $74,848 below budget. A sum of $79,921 revenue is expected. Another item of revenue, interest on investment income, will exceed the shortfall.

Closed meeting ■ Whittlesea Council’s July 18 meeting was adjourned to last night (Tues., July 25) to discuss the operation of Animal Pound Services RSPCA; and cost of redundancy payments That part of the meeting considering confidential items was not be open to members of the public.

1911 flashback: mail arrives in Kinglake

From Our Files - 30 Years Ago Tuesday, July 28, 1987

Apex pair honour ■ Gary Pollard and Neville Walker became Senior Active Members of the Apex Club of Yea’s changeover dinner at the Molesworth Hotel. Willy Borzatti was installed as President of the club at its 23rd annual handover.

‘Penalty in lives’ ■ “We should not have to pay the large penalty in human lives,” said Cr Ian Macintyre, when Yea Council discussed the condition of the Melba Hwy. Cr Macintyre was commenting on the number of road accidents on the Melba Hwy and the Yea-Whittlesea Rd.

Dog control ■ Yea lady Joan Byrne put forward the question of dog control, towards the end of the Council candidates’ meeting. She had been bitten by a dog. If the present Yea ranger was unable to patrol and control dogs in the township, could alternative facilities be provided?

Flag for scouts ■ Our 1987 issue had a 25-year flashback of Yea man Ian Scott presenting a flag to the 1st Yea Cubs Pack when in 1962 he moved up to Scouts with Glen Elliott, Peter Dean, John Storey and Ross Tonkin. “I am very happy to present to the 1st Yea Cub Pack, this flag in memoryo f my grandfather, the late Major Purcell, who had the honour to serve under the late Lord Baden Powell, the founder of the Scouting Movement.”

Yea Hospital ■ Lorne Collins, of Range Rd, Yea, asked one of two Kinglake councillors how he would improve the Yea Hospital situation. Ray Hutichinson said Yea said Yea had to be prepared to sit on the door-step of the Health Minister. A lobby group needed to be formed so that Yea’s views could be represented to the Government and also to the Opposition, he said.

Ian does Yea proud ■ Ian Docking, 33, formerly of Yea, but now of Barooga, became silver medallist at the World Championships for Marathon Canoeing held in Ireland. He competed in the pairs event with partner Roger Fenwick. The Australian pairs came second to Denmark, and were successful in beating West Germany to the line over the 42km course.

14 behinds, 14 more ■ From 38 scoring shots at Ardmona, Yea football seniors scored 10.28, half the behinds coming before the first goal - and that was a penalty kick taken after a breach downfield.

Badminton finals

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

■ Tender - Council facilities cleaning services ■ Peri Urban Group of Councils update ■ Gaming policy ■ Domestic animal management plan ■ Corporate resource consumption report ■ Position statement on plastic bags ■ Update on works in chambers. Very little real debate now occurs in Murrindindi Council’s public meetings.

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■ Yea and Molesworth badminton players were doing well in the Alexandra District Badminton Association competition, likely to keep third place on the A-Grade ladder. Men’s doubles Adrian Evans and Brian Morris defeated Jack Woolmer and Dennis Taylor easily, 15-11, 15-4. Yea-Molesworth’s team is A. Evans, B. Morris, J. Williamson, M. Stace, J. Lambert, S. Greatoux. Emergencies: A. Williamson, J. Coates.

Graduation day ● Arrival of the mail at Kinglake. 1911.

■ Mr and Mrs Barry Lowtherof Yea were present in Melbourne for the graduation of their daughter Dianne from Victoria College , who majored in Home Econmics, then teaching at Wycheproof High School.


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■ Year 12 Psychology students from Yea High Schol last week attended the Epworth Sleep Lab in Camberwell to learn about sleep patterns and sleep disorders. Students gained valuable information from the hands-on session.

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What next for the Kinglake RAC?

■ Alexandra Secondary College is conducting information evening roadshows for parents and guardians of students who in 2018 will be starting Year 7, 9, 10 or VCE. The first evening was held last night (Tues.) at Marysville Primary School. Further sessions will be held at Eildon Primary School (Monday, July 31) and Alexandra Secondary College (Wed., Aug. 2). This session will have senior students reflecting on their experiences and passing on their hindsight.

YHS Life Skills ■ Yea High School has this week begun the Marital Arts Training Life Skills Program for an eight-week duration. The program will be run to improve communication and relationships for Year 9 and 10 male cohorts. Students will rotate through each week to ensure that they have minimal class interruptions.

Exam on Saturday

■ Whittlesea Secondary College will conduct its 2018 Year 7 LEAP JuniorAcademic Exam from 9am-12 Noon on Saturday (July 29). A Senior School Information Evening will be held from 7pm-8pm on Wednesday, August 2. Japanese exchange students will visit the College from Friday, August 4 to Wednesday, August 9.

Social justice

■ St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Alexandra, curriculum for Term 3 will be curriculum will focus on the concept of acting justly in the connected world. Classes will look at justice in society, equality, indigenous groups and social issues. “Through the arts, we will creatively express our ideas, thoughts and opinions as we discover and interpret the world,” said Principal Adrian Cheer. A major aspect to the study will be the School Art Show to be held on Thursday, August 31

Rooms painted ■ Yarra Glen Primary School Grade 3-6 classrooms have been painted over the holiday break. Students have been encouraged to look after their learning space and be respectful of the classroom and school environment, said Principal Sue Di Giacomo.

School Briefs ■ Grades 4-5-6 from Sacred Heart School visited the YeaWetlands on Friday, observing and investigating the natural environment. ■ Yea High School Principal Brian Skewes and and Deputy Brian D’Arcy attended a regional conference last month. International speakers on education systems in England (London), Canada (Ontario) and America spoke of successful change in improving student outcomes.

■ St John’s Church Hall, Alexnadra, was the location for the Murrindindi Beanie Festival at the weekend (Sat.-Sun., July 22-23). Last year the Murrindindi Beanie Festival was well supported and raised more than $3000, with the Festival presenting a cheque of $2000 in support of Alexandra Rotary’s Emergency Wood program for the elderly and disadvantaged members of the community.

Student free day

■ Yea High School will have a student-free day on Thursday, August 10. Staff will continue to develop curriculum material to be accessible to students and families

Work at St Mary’s

Camp at Somers ■ Students from Alexandra Primary School started their Somers camp last week. Grades 4-6 pupils were involved in cross country skiing. An opinion survey of approximately 30 per cent of parents is being conducted. The survey will be conducted online by ORIMA Research Pty Ltd and only takes 15 minutes to complete. It can be accessed from Monday, August 7 to Sunday, August 27. A Parents Group meeting is being held today (Wed., Jul. 26) in the meeting room.

News Briefs Beanie Festival

● Kinglake RAC (Rebuilding Advisory Centre) ■ The future of the former “That way, community "’Workspace is no longer Kinglake RebuildingAdvisory operating in Kinglake, and needs and priorities will be reCentre is in the air. Council is assisting Parks flected in the use or uses of the The building’s original pur- Victoria to find an alternative facility. Council stands ready pose concluded in 2012, three permanent base in the to support the community in years after the Black Saturday Kinglake area when its lease this,” Cr Dunscombe said. fires. expires. "Before coming to any deThe current tenant has been "It would be great to see this cision about the future use of told by Murrindindi Council impressive building and the the facility, Council will need that leases will expire in mid- former community kitchen to consider a number of fac2018. complex returned to the tors, including the possible imMurrindindi Shire Coun- Kinglake Ranges community, pact of the proposed use of the cil issued this media release on given its fantastic location, size facility on other public faciliFriday: and the quality of the facilities in the area and whether the “Murrindindi Shire Coun- ties,” said Cr Dunscombe. cil is looking at possible com"We are going to start talk- proposed use has widespread munity uses for the Kinglake ing to the community about local community support. “We also need to think about RACsite. possible future uses of the the management structure for “Following the conclusion RAC. of use of the Rebuilding Advi“The community is of the facility and whether the fasory Centre for its original pur- course best placed to make cility would be financially vipose in 2012, a number of busi- suggestions about the appropri- able operating as a community ness tenants took up leases in ate use of the facility, and we facility or would require signifithe RAC building, including would welcome ideas from cant additional funding.” Workspace and Parks community groups and indi"We will be thinking about Victoria. viduals about possible uses for these things over the coming “Kinglake Ward Councillor the building." months as we explore options Leigh Dunscombe said Coun"If this is truly to become a with the community for the use cil had resolved to wrap up community asset, it should also of the site," said Cr Dunsthose leases by mid 2018. be managed by the community. combe.

Cellar door, cafe plan for Mountain ■ Plans for a spirits cellar door and cafe/restaurant at O’Gradys Rd, Kinglake Central, are due to go before Murrindindi Shire Council’s meeting to be held at Yea tonight (Wed.). C.R. Daniels has made application for a permit for manudacturing of alcoholic spirits at an existin shed. Officers are recommending to Councillors that they issue the permit, allowing for the premises to be open 12 Noon-7pm, seven days a week, with four special events each year. Suggested conditions include a limit of 20 people at any one time, that the premises be kept neat and tody, and that the amenity of the locality not be adversely affected. Officers suggest that there be a requirement fora septic tank permit, an existing wastewater system be decommissioned, and that suitable car parking signs be erected. Council received three objections including concerns about traffic dangers, alcohol-affected rivers, disruption to local residents, worries about heavy traffic from delivery trucks, potential fire riks, and insufficient detail in the appliaction. Ms Daniels said the nearly Wombelano Falls attracted 20,000 visitors a year on unsealed roads. She se said the distillery is to be built in line with safety guidelines.

■ Plans are underway for works at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School,Alexandra. “Our building application which was sent to our Melbourne Catholic Education Office has been moved on to the detailed planning stage,” Principal Adrian Cheer told parents last week. “In the next month our architects, Detail 9, will draw up plans and estimates for the project brief. We are seeking to address travel areas within the main building of the school, restructure administration and visitor access and improve work areas for staff. “These plans are provided to the Archdiocese Authority and hopefully we will receive approval in Term 4 of this year. All things going well we could see works taking place early 2018. “I thank the School Advisory Board and Fr Longinus for supporting this aspect of our School Development Plan,” Mr Cheer said.

Info evening

■ Yea High School will host the 2018 VCE, VCAL and VET information evening tomorrow (Thurs.). The evening will consist of an initial presentation for 2018 VCE and VCAL students and parents, followed by an informal opportunity for students to meet with teachers. Each subject area will have a display of related information available. Students will receive ‘managed individual pathways’ counselling.

Work praised

■ Yea student Luke McMaster has been praised for his Community Connections Project.. Luke spent many weeks shadowing Yea CFA firefighters to report back on their role and duties they undertake. “Luke was helpful around the station and really wanted to understand what we do, how we do it and why we do it,” said Captain Rod Carbis. “While Luke was spending time with the brigade, one of our members, Graeme ‘Chissy’ Chisholm passed away and Luke made a fitting memorial.”

Press coverage

■ There was a strong Yea connection in The Weekly Times this month with its reporting of Caroline Purcell and Emily Webb Ware in this intercollegiate meat judging compeition.

First communion ■ St Mary’s Catholic Primary School is holding having a First Holy Communion information and activity night on August 15. The First Holy Communion will be celebrated at 9am Mass on Sunday, Sept. 17.

Virtual classes

Maria at SHPS

■ Singer Maria Forde was at Sacred Heart Primary School for First Communication (Sunday, August 6) preparations.

■ Yea High School students in Year 10 are completing a virtual science course during Semester 2, through the John Monash Science School. Students will use videoconferencing to participate in interactive virtual classes. Ben Charles is completing Frontiers of Physics, Ryan Perry is completing Nanoscience, and Luke Martin is completing Nature and Beauty of Mathematics.


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Local News Yea Golf Club

■ Wednesday saw the final and third round of the gender challenge, which was conducted in drizzling rain for most of the round. The course was wet with puddles but not that muddy. The greens were really good and showed the benefit of the recent sanding. Winner of the day was Martin Lowe (15) with 33 stableford points. Second with 30 points wasJeff Aurisch (16) with Neil Peterson (13) third with 28. Winner of the ladies competition was Adrienne Anglin (19) with 27 points. Michael Spagnolo was NTP on the 14th and Alan Pell won the Club Award with 23 points. Final Gender Points were Men 122 and the Ladies 4. An enjoyable lunch was held after the round in the clubhouse. On Saturday Alan Pell (10) with a net 70 won the Monthly Medal. This was a vast improvement from Wednesday when he won the Club Award. Alan had 25 putts and also won the putting competition. Second with a net 72 was new member Brian Simmons (11) with Peter Johnson (16) third with 74 on CB from John Tanner (19). Neil Peterson won NTP on the 18th. Vicki Clements was winner for the ladies on the day. Winner of the Club Award was Malcolm Bett. During the week the AGM was conducted with Peter Johnson taking over from MaryAnn Peterson as Treasurer. Many thanks Mary-Ann for the time and your wonderful contribution over the last few years as Treasurer. A reminder that yearly memberships are due onAugust 1. - Alan Pell

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Rugged week for netballers ■ It was a tumultuous week with the Yarra Valley Mountain District Football Netball League, with Seville and Yea trying to sort through Seville's request to drop their A side to B, and their B side to C, with five rounds to go of the season. The conclusion was Seville only fielding a Bside and forfeiting the other game altogether late Friday afternoon. The game commenced with Seville taking the first centre pass but only havingsix players on the court. Yea were strong defensively from the start, turning the ball over and scoring from it. As is often the case having the extra player was more of a hindrance than a help for Yea. It was mid way through the quarter before Seville's seventh player arrived but the game was already a one sided affair. 21 to 5, Yea's favour at the break. The second quarter was more of the same in defence with Rachel Normington and Lauren Cronk putting intense pressure on every ball coming into the goal third and not giving any easy goals. Kate Elliot and Regina Bell did a clean swap out of WA and into GA and vice versa and the goals kept dropping. Seville became more physical which is quintessential Seville however it caused Kate to have to leave the court for injury.

This brought on C-Grader Molly Jarvie into GA and she hit the court running, dropping goals from long range, working in unison with Amanda Akers and not even flinching at the GD's physicality. The result at the end of the quarter saw Yea scoring another 21 and Seville only able to get an extra five on the board. The third quarter saw Ruby O'Dwyer the second C-grader take the court into C and Cindy Newcomen able to have a rest after dominating the mid court for the first two quarters. Ruby slotted into the flow of the game instantly and plucked four clean intercepts in this quarter and three in the next. Chelsea Helder continued to keep the WA quiet and unable to feed to the goalers who were struggling to get clear of our defenders and were only able to score three for the quarter. The last quarter saw Seville have its best result for the day scoring 7. Cindy Newcomen retook the court into WA allowing Regina Bell to finish her day early. Cindy, Ruby and Chelsea all worked together to control the mid court. Seville changed their WA into GK of which Amanda Akers took advantage and became the dominant goaler for the quarter and scoring 11. Yea 72 defeated Seville 20. Awards: Ruby O'Dwyer and Molly Jarvie - Deb Schickerling

Council proud of road record ■ Murrindindi Shire Council is proud of its record. Council maintains ■ 532 public roads and 82 non-public roads to maintain 1200km in total ■ Around 180km of footpath in our Shire ■ 400km of kerbing

■ 304 bridges ■ 1,129 pits and 75,000m of pipes to manage our storm water Over the past year the Shire team resealed 355,895 square metres (equivalent to around 18 Melbourne Cricket Grounds) of the Shire's sealed roads.

The Shire team also reconstructed 10,905 square metres (equivalent to 179 Cricket pitches) of road and re-sheeted 204,450 square metres (or 10 MCGs) of gravel roads. Over the past year, it replaced two bridges, and refurbished four.

Council News National Tree Day ■ Murrindindi Council is calling on all residents to pull on their gumboots and get planting on National Tree Day on Sunday (July 30). Cr Rebecca BowlessaidNationalTree Day is the country's largest community tree-planting and nature care event. "This wonderful national day started in 1996 and since then, more than 3.8 million people have planted more than 23 million trees, shrubs and herbages. And what better way to celebrate the beautiful natural environment in our beloved Murrindindi Shire?" Cr Bowles said. A number of groups are giving the community the chance to get planting right across the Shire. ■ Cathedral Landcare Group - from 9.3012pm meeting at 426 Cathedral Lane follow signs from entrance (bbq to follow, please bring a chair). RSVP to 0418 579 220 ■ Kinglake Landcare Group - from 1012pm meeting at Stoney Creek Reserve working towards Kings Rd, Kinglake West RSVP 0413 855 490 ■ Strath Creek Landcare Group - from 1012.30pm meeting at 722 Upper King Parrot Creek Road (bbq to follow please bring a sweet or salad to share) RSVP to 57801225 ■ Yellow Creek Dairy Creek - see Planet Ark website for the location (outside Yea near Homewood) ■ Yea Wetlands Committee of Management - from 10-12pm Cummins Lagoon Carpark (off the Goulburn Valley highway look for the hay bale spider) No RSVP necessary ■ Home Creek-Spring Creek - from 1012pm meeting at Frees Rd, towards Merton (follow signs from entrance Frees Rd) RSVP 5772 2682 Planting sites are registered on the Planet Ark website (treeday.planetark.org) and you can find out more at this website. - Contributed

Commercial Feature

Neil Beer: from early days to SUV boom ■ When Yea man Neil Beer bought the Seymour motor business of Bernie Smits, the Holden Commodore was still a dream in a designer’s eye. Since 1980, Neil Beer and his family have operated the ever-expanding motor dealership in Emily St, Seymour. Some 37 years on, with son Greg as Dealer Principal, Neil Beer Seymour is celebrating the growth

● Dealer Principal Greg Beer has unearthed an early newspaper clipping. “One from the very beginning of Neil Beer Seymour. Neil Beer was appointed sales manager of B. Smits Motors in 1976 with an option to purchase the dealership. Things didn't go to plan and after five months, Neil returned to the Lilydale Holden Dealership. In 1980, Neil finally bought Smits Motors, and the rest is, as they say, history.”

● Sales of Holen’s SUV range is outpacing Australia’s population rate, according to Greg Beer of Neil Beer Seymour of Holden’s SUV (Sport Utility VeSUVs have for the first time ever, hicle) range. According to Australian outsold passenger cars for the first Bureau of Statistics figures, sales of six months of 2017. This hasn’t althe vehicles are outpacing ways been the case, however. Australia’s rate of birth. In 2006 there were just 171,000 In 2016 there were more SUVs SUVs sold in Australia, representing sold in Australia than new babies a meagre 20 percent of the Austraborn. lian new car market. The SUV market exploded from Fast forward 10 years to 2016 and 171,000 cars in 2006 to 440,000 cars that number has almost tripled to in 2016 441,000 SUV sales, or a staggering Holden has responded to the mar- almost 40 per cent of the total market with all-new Equinox and Acadia ket. SUVs. SUVs are more popular than ever The new family-friendly vehicles and the segment just keeps on growhave technology that includes wire- ing, said Holden’s Director of Comless charging, heated and cooled seats munications, Sean Poppitt. and auto parking Where once SUVs were seen as “New born babies may be cute but just the typical ‘soccer mum’car, or Australians don’ love them as much for outback off-road adventures only, as they love their SUVs,” said a that’s no longer the case. Holden spokesman. “Aussies love their SUVs and “In 2016, Australia said hello to a Holden is primed to launch two allnew baby every 1 minute and 41 sec- new SUVs into the market by 2018 in onds, but it said hello to a new SUV the Equinox and Acadia. every 1 minute and 10 seconds, such “We’ve already got the stylish is the surging popularity of the SUV small SUV, Trax and the capable and market.” rugged, seven-seat 4x4 Trailblazer,

and soon they’ll be joined by the hightech Equinox and the luxurious, Acadia. The Acadia in particular will add some real American swagger to the Holden showroom, the company spokesman said. “Equinox and Acadia are gamechangers for Holden and the segment. Not only do they boast high-tech features like wireless phone charging, heated and cooled seats and the ability to park themselves, they’re also great to drive and look the goods, too. Sourced from North America but with significant Holden involvement from the beginning of development, Equinox and Acadia were put to the test by media this month alongside the current Trax and Trailblazer models. “Holden’s future SUV range was challenged over rugged off-road, unsealed gravel roads and around the high speed ring, passing all with flying colours. “Trax and Trailblazer are currently available at Holden dealers nationwide, and will be joined by Equinox in December and Acadia in 2018. “With Equinox and Acadia representing the 16th and 17th new vehicles announced as part of Holden’s promise to introduce 24 new models by 2020, it is safe to say the Lion brand’s product revolution is full steam ahead.” Neil Beer Seymour 49-51 and 70 Emily St, Seymour Phone 5792 2777 neilbeerseymour.com.au


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Strath Creek State School: 125 years on ■ 2017 marks the 125th anniversary of the opening of Strath Creek State School. Noreen Foster published A Century of Education at Strath Creek, 25 years ago, in 1992. She wrote: “From the time it was first suggested to the Education Board of Advice in Broadford in June, 1878, that a petition had been presented for a new school to be established in the district, considerable discussion took place as to the siting of the school, whether it be two part time school in two different locations, or a full-time school at one location. “In June 1878 a petition was presented to the Board ‘praying that a new school be established about one mile south of the Kerrisdale Home Station ... suggest reservation from sale or selection part of Allotment 54A ... a considerable number of selectors have taken up in the neighnourhood and unless a site is reserved it will be have to be purchased.” “Mr S. Lade, who had selected land at Strath Creek in 1879 that he had a family of nine children, seven under school age and was anxious that a school be located within a suitable distance from his selection. “It took the concerted effort of the Mitchell, Yorston, Sheppard and Pattison families with a majority of children eligible to attend school to have it finally built in 1881. “The site chosen was 5A, Parish of Kerrisdale on Yorston’s Lane, part of the present property Summerlea). Mrs Foster wrote: “The Board of Advice also noted to the department that land had been set aside on un-alienated land south of Allotment 98 (opposite S. Lade’s selection) in Falls Rd but owing to the rugged nature of the country, if a school was built there, it would be inaccessible. “At the time Mr Lade also suggested Allotment 94 (later to become the site of the township) as a possible site. “The Education Department felt that as Allotment 94, was only 2½miles from Allotment 54A, a distance far less than the practice in country schools, it should not be considered. “As well as the petition, many letters were sent to the Education Department in 1879, requesting the establishment of a school. “Families in the area within a twomile radius had 36 children of school age ‘some of them have been living here over 12 months and is forgetting what they have learnt through the want of a school’ (according to a letter from Richard Mitchell to the Department in 1879). Mrs Foster recalled that: “Mr Glover, squatter of Kerrisdale Station, also entered the debate saying where the school should go (the proposed site was part of his squatting run) even though he didn’t have any school aged children. “It was felt by selector John Yorston ‘that his motive is a selfish one and he is trying to injure the selectors by keeping the school from them’. “The Education Department finally decided to establish a full time school on Allotment 54A and leave in abeyance the question of providing school accommodation for Strath Creek. “Application was made to the Lands Department for a suitable site of five acres, but the land in quest-

● School children in 1918. Back row, from left: Fay Hillear, Linda Forbes, Sheila Hart, Jean Lade, Edna Daws, Eve Watson, Eileen Daws, Hilda Lade, Miss Phelan, Kate Forbes, Ted Keays, Daisy Richards, Laurence Mitchell, Bert Mitchell. Middle row: Charlie Watson, Greg Mitchell, Willie Forbes, Frank Keays, Reg Keays, Stephen Lade, Ella Forbes, Jean Daws, Mary Keays. Front row: Myrtle Keays, Connie Forbes, Ida Watson, Keith Keays. formed part of a block of 300 acres withheld under Section 102 of Land Act 1869 to protect a sheep wash. “The consent of the pastoral tenant had to be obtained. Mr Glover and Associates Pastoral tenants refused but the site was eventually gazetted on October 3, 1879. “In 1880 a portable classroom with quarters was authorised but, with wrangling about sites locally especially after arriving in Broadford, it was sent elsewhere. “Vocal antagonism between Mr Lade and others in the Strath Creek area who had 14 children able to attend school, and parents living near the gazetted site had 40 children able to attend, as to the final siting of the school was the problem. “Finally in June 1880 the Board of Advice Broadford recommended the erection of a school in the southeast corner of McLelland’s fortified block (5A). “The Education Department sent a memo to Mr Lade informing him that the department siting of the school had been guided solely by the desire to fix a site that would secure the largest attendance. “It regretted that owing to his comparative isolation from the other families, no better provision for his family could be made. “In the same year King Parrot Creek School (on the triangle roaqd) was closed and children could attend proposed Kerrisdale school. “Portable classroom with quarters was finally despatched in February 1881. The school was to be known as 2405 Kerrisdale. Head teacher was to pay £4 per year for residence. “Mr Josephn Evcans was the contractor to erect the school. Costs Building ................. £116.16.0 Desks, etc .................. £4.17.6 Paint white lead ......... £2.14.4 Carriage ..................... £23.0.0 Contract price including extras

for cutting, removing and burning trees £17.8.0 “Instructions to contractor included: Materials to be supplied - 42 best local hardwood stumps 5” x 5” sawn or 8” round average 3’ long stumps plus stumps for tanks. Stones or bricks for chimney foundations made into a solid bed for iron chimney. Solder for eaves and gutter, glue for furniture. Paint - outside woodwork 3 coats eaves, gutters, down pipes, 2 coats doors, windows, 1 coat inside and out. Tank set up. Closets put together.” Mrs Foster said: “Everything to put the building together was included. All timbers, windows, iron rails, screws coat hooks, putty, tap washers, coal tar, came in bundles and boxes, precut with instructions for assembly and position. “Included was two 400 gallon wrought iron ships tanks complete with overflows; 2 iron chimneys; 2 cast iron hearths, backs and gratings; 14 foot ladder; 2 out offices in parts. Furniture: 2 7’6” desks and seats 2 6’ desks and seats 2 6’ forms “The school was certified satisfactorily completed by travelling inspector of School Buildings, F. Findlay on May 12, 1881. “Arguments about and around the school continued. W. Richards had erected a post and two rail 3 wire fence in front of the school in 1881 and had been grazing his cattle on the school land since then. “He complained to Mr Lade that his children’s pony was wandering on his land while the children were at school. “Suddenly in 1887 when applying for his land lease, he tried to pressure the Department into fencing the other two sides of the school block to save him from the expense of fencing. Turn To Page 18

● Visit by the school dentist in the 1960s

● Parents of Strath Creek children were active in organising a local school. Broadford Courier, Jan. 15, 1892


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Local History ● From Page 17 “As it was part of his licence agreement, he felt the previous fencing he had done warranted the Department doing the rest. “The Department agreed to pay half costs and the residents had to pay the rest - a novel way to get your selection fenced. “A concert was held in the Temperance Hall to raise funds to pay for the fence. 70-80 people attended. Miss Lade sand The Skipper And His Boy and We’d Better Bide A Wee with much sweetness and feeling. “Others to perform were Misses Craig, Fothergill, Holliday and McConchie, and Mr F. Lade. Dancing started at 11pm until the ‘wee small hours’,” Ms Forster quoted a local newspaper to say. “During 1888 Mr Cockrem who had been part-timing between King Parrot Creek and Doogalook Schools, was appointed to Kerrisdale school to part-time with King Parrot Creek. “He requested to teach thre edays at Kerrisdale and two at King Parrot Creek. There were 25 children attending Kerrisdale, with nine above third class, and 15 at King Paroot Creek with two above third class. “The Department was not desirous of change. He also felt the Kerrisdale school should be painted as it hadn’t been since it had been erected seven years previously granted. “As the school population altered, moves began to have the school resited. In July 1890 the Department decided to work 2405 Kerrisdale and the new school at Strath Creek temporary unclassified school (No 3044) on the half time system. “The number of children attending Kerrisdale school in June 1890 was 18. Diptheria had been prevalent in the district and parents were not keen to send their children to school, one family of five school age children, whose house was infected, hadn’t attended for three months. “The Broadford Courier reported on April 25, 1891, that ‘Since the opening of the public school unclassified as Strath Creek, the children have shown a marked improvement in most branches of learning. “A report of the State School Inspector visiting the unclassified school at Strath Creek in August 1891 shows that it was as the parents expected. “The all round improvement was phenomenal, the percentage was raised to 83 per cent for children in the senior division. A well deserved compliment was passed to teacher Mr Wilson.’ “It was reported in the Broadford Courier, Friday, January 15, 1892, that ‘Strath Creek School was closed at the commencement of mid summer holidays. Mr Wilson transferred and the children were to be transported at parents’ expense five miles to Kerrisdale school. “Although Strath is comparatively a new one and unclassified, Kerrisdale is government and long established. Strath Creek parents are said to be determined not to send their children away and thus the matter stand.’ “Mr M. Fitzgerald helped draw up a petition and it was sent to the authorities.” Mrs Foster’s A Century of Education at Strath Creek continued: “Mr Fitzgerald, W. Forbes, S. Lade and others were displeased that school No 3044 (temporary school) was closed and that there was an average attendance of 11 children. It was too far for the children to walk to Kerrisdale, and requesting the

Rich legacy in Noreen Foster’s work

● S.S. No 2405 in Yorston’s Lane prior to 1892 the removal of 2405. D.I. Gates in Green, 13; Thomas Green, 11; Ed- 2 black boards; 1 easel; 1 teachers April 1892 in an inter-department ward Green, 8; George Green, 7; desk and stool; 1 press and 2 chairs; nore recommending that Black 3 and Mary Green, 9; Charlotte Gooch, 11; 24 hat pegs; 2 tanks; 37 framed slates; 4 Crown Land between Fitzgerald Ellen Gooch, 7; Albert Gooch, 5; 16 leaden ink wells. and Ferguson Streets be obtained for William Richards, 6; George Rich“Maps included two of the world future requirements. No 3 was then ards, 4.” and Victoria and Europe. One each considered enough. “Inspector Eddy reported in July of Africa, Asia, America, Australia “In 1892, Wm. Fothergill, Sec. 1892 ‘that the Principal parent Green and Australasia. Board of Advice, sent another letter with four plkus children had the black“Royal readers 1 each of sixth, to Department re removal with a list smiths shop in the township and he fifth and second, 4 fourth, 3 third and of children who would attend the pro- takes milk to the creamery’. So he 8 first. The Empire History; Brodposed school at Flowerdale township. recommended removal of school rible - Manual of Health; Richard“D.I. Mr Gates reported on March and felt Green’s children wouldn’t sons Temperance lessons book; 12, 1892, to Department said 15 par- be disadvantaged by the removal of Hackwoods moral subjects. Parkers ents desired removal, 15 parents ob- the school. personal care of health; 3 books on jected to, and one family of three “People who offered to remove how to prevent drownings; Agricul(Gooch) it makes little difference ‘the School No 2404 free of charge were tural teacher; Manual of Needlecase for removal is put thus’. M. Fitzgerald, S. Lade Jnr, S.T. work; Mensuration 2; Animal Psy“The petitioners are prepared to Lade, T. McConchie, G. Forbes, A. chology; Stewarts Physical Primer; move the building free of cost ... all Forbes, John Robertson, Thomas 6 reading tablets; 2 sets of cards of the petitioners are brought within Munro and Lewis Cohen. the alphabet; 1 planisphere; Globe; reach and the families of Richards, “In September 1892, the head 13 table books; 23 copy books; Rolls Pattison and Sheppard are distant teacher was asked to close the school and Register. between two and three miles a immediately and supervise the re“Miss McDowell H.T. indicated creamery has lately been established moval of furniture to the hall lately that she would reside in the residence at the township and milk is brought used for school purposes until removal attached to the school but the new from Kerrisdale direction. teacher in 1894 didn’t occupy the of No 2405 is completed. “The families of Messrs. E. Green “It was reported in the Broadford residence. and Brace are but a little further dis- Courier (Sept. 30, 1892) that ‘quite “By 1900 the school population tant from No 1878 K.P.C. an army of men are engaged in mov- had increased greatly, George “On the other hand attendance of ing the school from Kerrisdale to Forbes wrote to the department re20 is not at all probable, all the fami- Strath. Miss McDowell has con- questing the enlargement of the lies of the petitioners except Lade verted the Town Hall (Good Temp- school as 50 children were in a buildand Fitzgerald who have four miles lars Hall) into a school room for ing designed for 30, some children to Kerrisdale would attend now with present. Those engaged feel it will were no attending due to overcrowdlittle inconvenience. ing and the teacher was unable to be erected in a fortnight’. “The road from E.Greens to No. “The temporary school began on have writing when all of them were 1878 is very bad in winterfrequently September 26, 1892. They stayed till in attendance. flooded. The Board of Advice think October 5, 1892, when they moved “A request for a verandah floor the removal should take place but to the re-elected building. Rent was made in 1904 as it was very with some hesitation I recommend charged to the Department by the dusty and muddy. From 1909 white Lodge for the use of the building was ants ine the school were a problem, nothing be done for the present. finally in 1916 after many requests “List of children to attend pro- 10/-.” SCHOOL No 3173 and complaints something was done. posed school at Flowerdale township: FLOWERDALE TOWNSHIP “The contractor for repairs reMargaret Fitzgerald, 12; Maria “Conveyancing allowances were ported that boards were falling off, Fitzgerald, 10; Michael Fitzgerald, 9; John Fitzgerald, 7; Mary Ann paid to parents whose children had very few sound boards were left in the lining and he found that all studs Fitzgerald, 6; Thomas Fitzgerald, 4; to travel long distances. “Mr Green received 6d per day were affected and useless and also Margaret Lade, 12; Mary Lade, 7; Leslie Lade, 5; Florence E. Bassett, for each child but his claim couldn’t some rafters were damaged. “Between June and September 5; Stewart Bassett, 4; John Forbes, be recognised as he was delivering 9; Archibald Forbes, 7; Annie them in a wagonette in the morning, 1917 the school was closed for four Forbes, 4; Eva Caton, 4; Charlotte and they were walking home in the months while repairs were carried Gooch, 12; Ellen Gooch, 7; Albert afternoon. They only recognised out, school was held in the local hall. E. Gooch, 7; Walter Sheppard, 10; claims if the children were conveyed The Department offered the hall committee 5/- per week rental but William Richards, 5; George Rich- both ways. “Unfortunately other than letters, this was refused a charge of 10/- was ards, 4; Josephine Pattison, 12; Charles Walter Bruce, 7; James there are limited records of the early finally agreed upon. “In December the same year the Bruce, 5; Ernest Dick, 12; and 12 days at the re-sited new school 3173. more children within school radius Department letters, reports in the H.T. Miss Phelan reported that the Broadford Courier and of a later date ants had re-appeared and destroyed under four years of age. “Others added to the list were: Pupil’s Register and District outside boards. A violent storm in Francis Robertson, 13; William Inspector’s Reports; however they December 1918 ripped the verandah Robertson, 13; Reginald Robertson, give us some interesting insights into completely off the school this was 7; Harry Robertson, 6; Frederick the development of Strath Creek partly caused by the white ant population. Robertson, 5; John Jackson, 6; Wil- School. BUILDINGS, FURNITURE “New desks with backs arrived liam Jackson, 4. ANDEQUIPMENT for the students who had previously “Those attending 2405 in July 1892 “During June 1893 an inventory sat on forms during 1920. In 1926 were: Aruela Sheppard, 14; Walter Sheppard, 10; Josephine Pattison, of school No 3173 was made. In the there were 19 desks in the school 2 13; Grace Mary Green, 13; Walter school there were 4 desks; 5 forms; size 7; 3 size 6; 3 size 5; 3 size 4;

■ Strath Creek has a rich heritage, painstakingly recorded by Noreen Foster, a former teacher at Strath Creek State School. Noreen published Whispers In The Valley, an 89-page local history, in 1985. This well-researched publication looks back on the area, dating back to 1838. The history studies aspects including squatters, selectors, farms and families, farming, mining, education, roads and bridges, the township, organisations and events, and sport. Noreen Foster also wrote the publication, A Century of Education at Strath Creek. The Local Paper has quoted extensively from Noreen Foster’s work for this special feature. We gratefully acknowledge her valuable research. 3 size 3; 2 size 2; and 3 size 1. Problems continued with white ants, finally after the school council reported in 1927 that the walls shook when the wind blew the Department took some significant action. “A department memo showed that repairs would cost £230, they recommended that a new building would cost about £480. P. Forbes was the contractor who built the new school for a cost of £492/8/7. “The new building was first occupied by H.T. James Ellis and students on Monday, November 26, 1928. “Tenders for the old building were called for. Steve Baker’s tender of £7/10 was the only one and was accepted. He removed the building and lean-to store room ny March 1929 to a stire on Falls Rd. “The new school building was 20’ x 20’ and although bigger in size still had its problems. With 29 children attending it became stuffy on hot days. “The shire supported the parents committees application in 1934 for more ventilation but the department felt that ‘as the building was of standard construction throughout the state being 1 3’ x 8’ window and door on the west side and 3 windows 8’ x 3’ with fixed middle sashes and lower sash opening inwards on the east, and ventilation had never been complained of, there was no justification for any action’. “The school committee erected a new shelter pavilion in 1940. D.I. Prictor noted that termites had attacked the bicycle shed in 1949. “D.I. Watson lent his support for the building of a teachers residence in the school grounds in 1952. “He felt there was enough room and the present enrolment of 24 would likely be maintained. “The Department recommended that as it was not an urgent case and not included in the 1949 survey for those schools requiring residences therefore consideration be deferred. “White ants have continued to be a problem, severe damage was repaired in 1977-78,” Mrs Foster wrote. “The last structural changes made to the school building were made in 1978 when finally after numerous representations aqbout pupil numbers in the available space were made. “The east wall was moved outwards, an extra 9 feet was added to the building. White ant infestation was treated yet again.”


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■ Mansfield District Hospital is about to expand its range of primary health services with the introduction of a service to address the issue of ice and other drug use in Mansfield, as well as a suicide prevention service. The ice and other drugs project builds upon the recommendations from a community forum held in Mansfield in July 2014 that was attended by more than 200 people. At that forum respected public health expert Professor David Penington heard of the prevalence of drug use in Mansfield. - Mansfield Courier

Gorge Park plan

■ A long-term plan to turn part of Plenty Gorge Park into a mass heritage site is on the cards following the successful old Bridge Inn Hotel excavation. Archaeologists have wrapped up the month-long Mernda digs, which uncovered many unexpected secrets of the gold-rush era hotel. - Whittlesea Leader

Buses below par

■ The lack of footpath links and poor bus frequency may be contributing to Yarra Ranges residents not making the most of existing bus services. These factors, along with the need for improved bus services linking the shire’s urban areas with the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges townships, have been earmarked as crucial for the municipality to thrive socially and economically. Yarra Ranges Council and the Eastern Transport Coalition are pushing for better public transport services, and with Victorian State Elections 18 months away, Cr Jim Child told the Mail it’s time for residents to think about what public transport services they need. - Mountain Views Mail

Court battle looms

■ The dispute between Violet Town farmer Kevin Sloan and the Strathbogie Shire Council over the clearing of native vegetation along his property boundary looks destined to end up in court. Kevin Sloan was told the Shire of Strathbogie would be pursuing legal action against him for the removal of trees, which he argues he had permission to remove, given their proximity to his boundary fence line. Mr Sloan told The Weekly Times he was “advised by a council officer seven years ago” that he could clear vegetation within this four-metre rule when rebuilding his boundary fences, which border some six kilometres of road reserve vegetation along the DookieViolet Town Rd. - Euroa Gazette

Bumbling bandit

■ A bumbling bandit has been brought down by a blackberry bush in a foolish attempt to evade police. The 24-year-old man was taking a nap in an allegedly stolen car at a Caltex Service Station about 3.30am. Police were called and knocked on his window to wake him up. In an Austin Powers style escape attempt, the half-asleep man continually reversed and rammed into the parked police car and accelerated into bollards. He then fled the scene but Police found his car shortly after in a ditch after colliding with wire barriers. About 40 minutes later the dog squad found the man, tangled up in a blackberry bush over a creek. - Lilydale Leader

Push for cull

■ Wonga Park residents are paying professional hunters to shoot kangaroos and deer as hundreds descend from Mt Lofty, causing problems on roads and destroying crops and vegetation. The situation has got so bad that landowners are calling on the State Government to cull the animals. There have been reports of a Reserve Rd vineyard being damaged. - Manningham Leader

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Court Lists Mansfield Magistrates’ Court - Criminal Case Listings Wednesday, July 26 Plaintiff / Informant / Applicant vs Defendant / Accused / Respondent. Information Division. DELWP - Barreiro, J v Momanifar, Keewan. Dept Of Environment,Land,Water,Planning Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Foots, Dean Thomas. Uni-Mansfield Tuesday, August 1 Victoria Police - Mchugh, N (31345) v Beale, Prudence. Uni-Mansfield Wednesday, August 2 Victoria Police - Gipp, I (31043) v Lloyd-Williams, Gerard Anthony. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Murray, Jake. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Guppy, James Patrick. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Engel, M (21896) v Mcdonald, Alex. CiuAlexandra Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Perrett, Elise Kathleen. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Sowden, D (36568) v Williamson, Stephen John. State Hwy Patrol-North Victoria Police - Dunsford, A (28464) v Dryden, John. CiuAlexandra Victoria Police - Infringement - Victoria Police Infringement v Spizzo, Leon. Melbourne Traffic Camera Office Traffic Camera Office v Mansfield District Hospital. Melbourne Victoria Police - Crawford, G (37574) v Morgan, Peter John. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Beale, Prudence. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Cusack, S (28652) v Cartwright, Jarod. Ciu-Alexandra Victoria Police - Reilly, P (34803) v Letchford, Adam James. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v O'rourke, Ryan Robert. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v Russell, Mathew . Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Cameron, R (30078) v Russell, Matthew Leigh. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Russell, Mathew. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Fernando, Prunima.Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Perrett, Kyle David. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Crawford, Bradley James. Uni-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 - Walker, L (25793) v Cowan, Timothy Mark. Major Collision Investigation Unit Victoria Police - Mchugh, N (31345) v Beale, Prudence. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v Burke, Cobin Colin. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Scannell, M (35182) v Burke, Cobin Colin Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Dwight, K

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(26884) v Hamer, Benjamin Jan. Uni-Woods Point Victoria Police - Cameron, R (30078) v Reid, Jaclyn Louise. Uni-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. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v Letchford, Adam James. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Nolan, M (31536) v May, Dylan Clarence. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Reilly, P (34803) v Russell, Matthew Leigh. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Rowe, M (31920) v Johnstone, Leigh Carmody. State Highway Patrol South East Victoria Police - Brodley, P (32351) v Russell, Matthew Leigh. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Crawford, G (37574) v Russell, Matthew. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Crawford, G (37574) v Russell, Matthew Leigh. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Letchford, Adam. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Woodstock, S (39399) v Russell, Matthew. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Reed, R (30544) v Russell, Mathew Leigh. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Dark, Nicholas. UniMansfield Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Letchford, Adam. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Murphy, S (32065) v Letchford, Adam. Ciu-Benalla Victoria Police - Hamill, I (22768) v Orchard, Kyle. UniAlexandra Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Hale, Fiona Joanne. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Entwisle, J (36946) v Aghan, Steven. UniBallarat Victoria Police - Thompson, I (32126)v Worn, Marcus. UniMarysville Seymour Magistrates’ Court - Criminal Case Listings Thursday, July 27 Plaintiff / Informant / Applicant vs Defendant / Accused / Respondent. Information Division. Victoria Police - Willgoose, Av Matthews, Aron. Ringwood Victoria Police - Mclean, S v Matthews, Aron. Collingwood Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (34089) v North, Timothy Ronald. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Paul, R v Matthews, Aron. Wodonga Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Cameron, Chrisynthia. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Kehagias, S v Matthews, Aron. Broadmeadows Community Corrections

Centre - Insana, J v Matthews, Aaron. Broadmeadows Victoria Police - Thomas, S (40419) v Matthews, Michelle. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Pert, J (38687) v King, Johnny. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Crosby, Matthew. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Elwers, Rodney Charles. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Toll Enforcement - Victoria Police Toll Enforcement v Reizan Pty Ltd. Melbourne Victoria Police - Ward, B (31894) v Balen, Mario. Family Violence-Shepparton Victoria Police - Stephens, S (40205) v Purcell, Ethan Patrick. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Fawcett, M (39606) v Godfrey, Mathew. Uni-Footscray Victoria Police - Turner, J (34532) v Power, Maurice. Uni-Kilmore Victoria Police - Stephens, S (40205) v Chamberlain, Paul Rex. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Bath, P (28832) v Munnings, Dwayne. Uni-Euroa Victoria Police - Chief Commissioner Of Police (00008) v Fletcher-Seales, Stuart Alan. Office Of The Chief Commissioner Victoria Police - Mcfarlane, A (39495) v Mcdonald, Simon. Uni-Wallan Victoria Police - Ioannidis, C (30723) v Young, Gregory John. State Hwy Patrol-North Victoria Police - Bradley, D (36450) v Hogan, Gene. Highway Patrol-Greensborough Victoria Police - Wright, A (31459) v Egan-Halls, Ashlee. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Wright, A (31459) v Agi, Walter. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Garbutt, E (35708) v Daoud, Joseph. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Shortt, T (40203) v Dowson, Hayley. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Baker, N (36147) v Bradford, Gregory Matthew. Uni-Broadford Victoria Police - Coleman, R (39955)v Rae, Lachlan. UniWallan Victoria Police - Baker, N (36147) v Thorpe, David. UniBroadford Victoria Police - Telfer, J (38560) v Brown, Dale. UniBroadford Victoria Police - Murphy, T (29084) v Reed, Corey. UniGisborne Vic Roads - Goldsmith, C v Mr Scaffold Hire Pty Ltd. Vic Roads Victoria Police - Shortt, T (40203) v Roach, Wayne. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Manton, B (38541) v Ball, Debbie. Operations Response Team Three Victoria Police - Howell, B (41055) v Haskell, Jody. UniSeymour Victoria Police - Rhead, A (40227) v Kurt, Ahmet. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Garbutt, E (35708) v Kelly, Kieran. Highway Patrol-Seymour Victoria Police - Porter, I (33403) v Zanetti, Michael Ryan. Ciu-Mitchell Victoria Police - Porter, I (33403) v Willcocks, Darren Leigh. Ciu-Mitchell Victoria Police - Garbutt, E (35708) v Daniel, Tony Keith. Highway Patrol-Seymour Turn To Page 38

From Our 1917 Files

Unlawful flags ■ A war precautions regulation issued last Thursday makes it unlawful for any person, without the permission of the Minister for the Navy, to hoist or conspicuously display the white or blue ensign, whether with or without any distinguishing mark, or any flag which may resemble these ensigns.

Yea entertainment ■ Notwithstanding the inclement weather, there was, taking all things into consideration, an excellent attendance at the entertainment given by the Yea Amateur Dramatic Society in the Shire hall on Friday evening last, in aid.of the organ fund of the Molesworth Church of England. During the floods in the latter part of last year the organ in the Molesworth church was completely ruined, and at the request of the church committee the Yea Amateur Dramatic Society kindly agreed to give an entertainment in order to augment the fund that had been started for the purpose of purchasing another organ.

More light ■ Sir,-I think it is high time our Rip Van Winkle, Cr O'Callaghan, woke up and produced that famous elactric light scheme he promised some two years ago. The miserable apology we have at present for lighting the town raises a laugh from all visitors, and the disgust and annoyance of the ratepayers, especially as on some of the darkest nights; of late, a number of the lamps have not been lighted at all. It was mainly through Cr O'Callaghan's objections that the very excellent scheme proposed by Major Purcell was thrown out, and we poor dupes who accepted Cr O'Callaghan's promises of a better scheme have been relegated to the darkness and shadow of death ever since. - More Light and Less Talk

Yea pine trees ■ Sir,-The residents are thoroughly justified in opposing any movement to interfere with the street plantations. The trees are a reasonable distance away from the buildings, therefore I'm justified in saying that they cause no one any discomfort or annoyance. The proposal of Cr Coonan that particulars be sought as to what the trees would be worth as timber is not worth considering, for what are a few pounds to a municipality! The average farmer pays very little attention to the beautiful in farm life, hence he places very little value on the beauty spots of the district in which he lives. A friend of mine told me a few years ago that he asked Professor McAlpine (the Victorian Government pathologist) his opinion regarding a proposal to thin out a somewhat similar plantation in a certain municipality, and he strongly advised my friend to strenuously oppose the removal of a single tree. Trusting that public opinion is strong enough to restrain some councillors from getting to work with the axe in Yea, and that we will hear no more about the pine trees causing trouble. - Resident

Rabbit drive ■ A meeting will be held at the Seymour Gun Club's grounds on Saturday afternoon next for the purpose of arranging for a rabbit drive in aid of one of our Patriotic funds. These outings have been held with good results in our neighbouring towns, and besides aiding a deserving cause, should prove an excellent day's amusement for those who wish to take part. A good attendance is therefore ex pected.

Steel’s Creek ■ The Yarra Glen Agricultural and Horticultural Society held their Pruning Competition on Saturday afternoon in in Mr Partinton's orchard at the Pinnacles, which lies between Steel's Creek and Dixon's Creek and there was a very close contest.


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Murder at the Mountain Rush ■ The Argus newspaper, 155 years ago (May 30, 1862), reported on the inquest on a body discovered at the Mountain Rush, as the Kinglake district was then known: On Tuesday the district coroner held an inquest on the body of Edmund Cuckson, at Eltham, when the following evidence was taken :John Haynes, a miner at Smith's Gully, Caledonian Diggings, had known deceased for seven or eight years. On Saturday morning last, the 24th last, started at about ten o'clock with a pack-horse from Smith's Gully to go to the Mountain Rush. When about seven miles from Smith's Gully, near an old hut, witness's mare shied, and witness then saw the body of a man lying a little off the road, about ten or twelve yards from the old hut, close to a waterhole. Did not go up nearer to the body than ten yards. Could see the face of the man, but did not identify the deceased at the time. Was satisfied that the man was dead, as there were flies about the face, and because of the whiteness of the face. Did not touch the body at all. Then went to catch the mare. Caught her, and went on the journey. Met Mr Albert Nash about a mile further on, with Mr Herman Steinman, Mr Passarius, and another person, all walking. Asked them whether they had seen any one. They said they had met two persons, with swags, on the Mountain Rush, near Mr. Hirt's store. Told them there was a body lying on the road by the hill. They then went on in the direction of the body, and witness continued on to the Mountain Rush. The day before witness saw the body of the deceased, witness had left the Mountain Rush about 4 pm. Went on horseback from the Mountain Rush to Smith's Gully, and reached his own place about seven o'clock. The old hut near which the body was found was about three miles from the first creek of the Mountain Rush, and about seven miles from witness's hut. Saw only one person on the journey home; that was a man sitting on a swag close to the hut where the body was afterwards found. The man had made a sort of miami, and was boiling his billy at a fire he had made. On coming up to him, he said "Good evening mate," and witness answered "Good evening." The man then asked whether that was the road to the diggings, pointing to the road witness had come. He also asked whether it was a main cart track for Whittlesea. Told him it was not, but that there was a road from Second Creek to Whittlesea. He then asked how far some village was off the Whittlesea-road. Witness told him he had heard of the place. Then, pointing to the track witness was following the man asked «where that led to? After being told, he said, " You are going there tonight, then ?" Answered yes; and that witness went up every day with stores. The man said he had come through Queenstown, and was too late to make the Mountain Rush that night.

● A £100 reward was offered in the Victoria Government Gazette. June 1862. While talking, witness got off his with the man, and did not take any found was situated between the horse and took a sack from behind particular notice of how he was Queenstown and Smith's Gully the saddle to throw across his knees, dressed. roads, and very near where they met. Believed he could rccognise him and then refastenod the other bugs. After leaving the man, did not In doing this, witness stood on the by his voice and features, but did not meet anybody else on the road home, off-side of the horse with his back to take any particular notice of him, Went to Queenstown on Saturday the man; then got on the mare and beyond that he seemed to be a dig- afternoon in company with the ger. wished him good night. baker's man, and passed near the He could easily have robbed wit- hut. Had got about a mile on the road ness if he liked, because witness's home after leaving the man, Both went up to the body, and witThen witness heard the report of back was towards him, on getting ness then recognized the deceased. fire-arms coming from the direction from tho horse. The body was in the same position The hut where deceased was as witness had left it. he had left, Had not seen any gun

Excitement at the Caledonia Diggings ■ The Kilmore Free Press spoke of the Caledonia Diggings, in its issue of May 29, 1883: “Many years ago the old Mountain rush, or Caledonia diggings, ceated some excitement, and some rich alluvial gold was there obtained. “After a spurt the district, including what is now known as Queenstown, Panton Hill, &c., almost became deserted, although there were many who clung to the place, thoroughly believing in its highly auriferous nature. “This belief we feel convinced, from recent development, has beenfully justified. Several quartz claims have been tried from time to time, occasionally with success, but generally with indifferent results, mainly because no proper system of mining ,seems to have been pursued. “The prospecting on Reedy Creek up to a very recent date we looked upon as nothing better than rooting, but the old Caledonia diggings seems to have been scratchel over more lightly, a depth of one hundred feet being rarely attained whilst a depth of about fifty feet is the rule.

“The greatest novice in quartz mining knows that mere shallow scratching is no test of quartz veins, indeed in many cases lodes which are very poor on the surface beeome rich at a depth of a couple of hundred feet. Where such rich alluvial deposits were obtained in the district named it is but reasonable to expect that gold-bearing reefs exist; indeed the country for miles, from Kangaroo ground to Kinglake has on the face of it all the indications of being auriferous. “We had a run through the district named a few days ago, and, whilst many places give tokens of decay noticeable on most deserted diggings there are yet to be seen many cleanly homesteads with their compact front gardens, affording strong evidence of their owners intention to remain in the locality and look forward to better times. “At Kinglake what appears an excellent reef has been struck. It is on the selected land of Mr McMahon, with whom the new party called the Band of Hope Company has mads favorable terms. The reef is an outcrop on the surface, averages a foot in thickness to the depth tested already-about 410 feet-and is literally studded with gold.”

Did not seo the deceased on the Mountain Rush on Friday last. Charles Jesse, senior constable, stationed at Queenstown, heard of the body being found very late, on Saturday night. Early the next day procecded to the spot. Found deceased lying on his back, with one arm stretched out, and the right arm thrown above tho head. The clothes were gathered up towards his arm-pits, and the tail of the coat was under his head, as though he had been dragged by the heels. The shirt and undershirt were saturated with blood, partially washed out, apparently by the rain, Perceived a small hole in the neck of deceased, apparently a bullet wound. There were slight grazes of the skin on the back. Found a hole through the waistcoat and Crimean shirt, corresponding with the opening; in the neck of deceased.. There was no mark o£ powdersingeing round, the opening through the shirts. Found three penny-pieces and the pencil and knife (produced) near the body, and between it and the fire found the pipe and pencil (produced). Near the body found the portion of The Weekly Argus (produced), dated l6th May, 1862, with a piece torn out of the corner. It is stained with red marks, Albert Nash, a miner living on the Caledonia Diggings, corroborated Haynes's testimony as to meeting on the Saturday. Witness went on and found the body, with blood on the neck near the wound. Recognised deceased, but neither of the party touched the clothes, but left everything as it was. Noticed that the body had been dragged about eight or ten yards from off the track. Saw a pool of blood where witness supposed deceased fell, and near the blood found the pocket-book (produced). Went to Queenstown Police-station and gave information. Did not meet any person on the way to Queenstown. Mr. P. T. W. Ford, surgeon, described the appearance of the body and the nature of the injury. The cause of death was a gun-shot wound, lacerating the subclavian artery and the lungs, finally injuring the spinal cord. The deceased could not have inflicted the wound himself. Mr. Charles Hirt, storekeeper on the Mountain Rush, knew deceased, and last saw him alive at about four o'clock on Friday afternoon, the 23rd inst. He came on horseback to witness's store, spoke for a minute or two without alighting, and then went round the corner in the direction of Queenstown, saying he was going home. Witness asked him which track he was going by, and he said by the old hut, Did not recollect seeing any stranger on horseback that day on the diggings. Deceased was quite sober. He had a whip, and a poncho was rolled up in front of his saddle. The jury returned the following verdict: "That on the 24th May, 1862, on the Mountain Rush-road, Evelyn, Edmund Cuckson was found dead, having; died from internal injuries received from a leaden bullet," and the jury find " a verdict of wilful murder against some person or persons unknown."


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Deception probe

■ Whittlesea Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public assistance to help solve a string of deceptions. Police believe a drivers licence and passport were stolen sometime in November 2016. The stolen documents were then used to open post office boxes and mobile phone accounts in the Thomastown area. On at least seven occasions the offenders have bought goods at online auction and trading sites and had them delivered to the post office boxes after producing forged documents to indicate that payment had been made to the seller. Investigators have released images of two people they believe may be able to assist with their investigation.

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AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Alexandra 20.10 (13) d Thornton-Eildon 13.9 (87). Kinglake 9.16 (70) d Powelltown 7.13 (55). Seville 31.12 (198) d Yea 5.7 (37). Belgrave 2.415 (159) d Yarra Junction 13.12 (90).Yarra Glen - Bye. ■ Ladder. 1. Belgrave, 159.36, 52. 2. Seville, 180.05, 48. 3. Yarra Glen, 160.46, 40. 4. Powelltown, 117.12, 40. 5. Kinglake, 110.88, 32. 6. Alexandra, 105.46, 32. 7. Yarra Junction, 79.49, 20. 8. Yea, 50.93, 12. 9. Thornton-Eildon, 39.95, 4. ■ Fixture. Saturday, July 29. Round 15. Alexandra v Kinglake. Powelltown v Seville. Thornton-Eildon v Yea. Yarra Glen v Belgrave. Yarra Junction - Bye.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Alexandra 15.16 (106) d Thornton-Eildon 2.0 (12). Powelltown 12.14 (86) d Kinglake 3.7 (25). Seville 10.13 (73) d Yea 6.3 (39). Belgrave 24.19 (163) d Yarra Junction 4.3 (27). Yarra Glen Bye. ■ Ladder. 1. Yarra Glen, 415.70, 56. 2. Belgrave, 354.90, 52. 3. Powelltown, 150.36, 44. 4. Alexandra, 167.79, 36. 5. Seville, 75.75, 28. 6. Yea, 61.19, 20. 7. Thornton-Eildon, 38.78, 16. 8. Kinglake, 35.01,16. 9. Yarra Junction, 46.19, 12.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 1 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Upwey-Tecoma 13.10 (88) d Emerald 12.14 (86). Healesville 16.12 (108) d Mt Evelyn 6.8 (44). Monbulk 16.12 (108) d WarburtonMillgrove 15.9 (90). Olinda-Ferny Creek 12.17 (89) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 5.3 (33). Woori Yallock 9.16 (70) d Wandin 7.13 (55). ■ Ladder. 1. Healesville, 213.62, 44. 2. OlindaFerny Creek, 175.43, 42. 3. Wandin, 160.80, 42. 4. Woori Yallock, 187.41, 40. 5. Upwey-Tecoma, 109.30, 30. 6. Mt Evelyn, 82.76, 22. 7. Monbulk, 108.81, 20. 8. Emerald, 69.10, 16. 9. WarburtonMillgrove, 41.65, 4. 10. Gembrook-Cockatoo, 36.41, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 15. Saturday, July 29. Emerald v HGealesville. Mt Evelyn v GembrookCockatoo. Upwey-Tecoma v Monbulk. Wandin v Warburton-Millgrove. Woori Yallock v OlindaFerny Creek.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Wandin 16.14 (11) d Woori Yallock 3.3 (21). Emerald 9.10 (64) d Upwey-Tecoma 4.10 (34). Healesville 7.15 (57) d Mt Evelyn 2.5 (17).Warburton-Millgrove 10.11 (71) d Monbulk 10.5 (65). Olinda-Ferny Creek 16.16 (112) d Gembrook-Cockatoo 1.0 (6). ■ Ladder. 1. Olinda-Ferny Creek, 378.25, 48. 2. Healesville, 365.42, 48. 3. Wandin, 225.51, 40. 4. Emerald, 100.29, 28. 5. Monbulk, 93.61, 24. 6. Mt Evelyn, 90.82, 24. 7. Upwey-Tecoma, 79.39, 20. 8. Warburton-Millgrove, 46.63, 16. 9. Woori Yallock, 54.55, 12.10. Gembrook-Cockatoo, 26.51, 0.

UNDER 18

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Wandin 11.15 (81) d Woori Yallock 3.3 (21). Emerald 10.9 (69) d Upwey-Tecoma 2.1 (13). Mt Evelyn 15.12 (102) d Healesville 8.3 (51). Monbulk 10.8 (68) d Warburton-Millgrove 7.6 (48). Gembrook-Cockatoo 11.13 (79) d Yarra Glen 5.7 (37). ■ Ladder. 1. Mt Evelyn, 308.22, 48. 2. Emerald, 315.51, 44. 3. Wandin, 181.91, 44. 4. Healesville, 111.72, 34. 5. Upwey-Tecoma, 97.33, 28. 6. Woori Yallock, 58.29, 20. 7. WarburtonMillgrove, 69.21, 16. 8. Gembrook-Cockatoo, 61.74, 14. 9. Monbulk, 66.06, 12. 10. Yarra Glen, 29.86, 0.

NORTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: DIVISION 1 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Macleod 17.23 (125) d Northcote Park 7.8 (50). West Preston-Lakeside 14.5 (89) d Greensborough 6.6 (42). Whittlesea 12.13 (85) d Montmorency 7.16 (58). Heidelberg 16.4 (100) d Hurstbridge 9.12 (66). Bundoora 16.17 (113) d Eltham 7.3 (45). ■ Ladder. 1. Macleod, 145.19, 40. 2. Northcote Park, 129.08, 36. 3. Bundoora, 125.76, 36. 4. West Preston-Lakeside, 123.31, 36. 5. Greensborough, 97.19, 28. 6. Heidelberg, 95.50, 24. 7. Montmorency, 86.75, 20. 8. Hurstbridge, 86.43, 16. 9. Whittlesea, 73.86, 16. 10. Eltham, 63.31, 12. ■ Fixture. Saturday, July 29. Round 14. West Preston-Lakeside v Eltham. Hurstbridge v Montmorency. Northcote Park v Heidelberg. Macleod v Bundoora. Whittlesea v Greensborough.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Macloed 8.6 (54) d Northcote Park 7.7 (49). Greensborough 6.9 (45) d West Preston-Lakeside 5.10 (40). Montmorency 15.6 (96) d Whittlesea 12.6 (78). Heidelberg 7.7 (49) d Hurstbridge 5.3 (33). Bundoora 17.9 (111) d Eltham 7.7 (49). ■ Ladder. 1. Greensborough, 205.70, 46. 2. Macleod, 187.93, 44. 3. Northcote Park, 232.75, 40. 4. West Preston-Lakeside, 172.86, 40. 5. Bundoora, 144.74, 30. 6. Eltham, 74.84, 22. 7. Heidelberg, 78.52, 20. 8. Whittlsea, 44.61, 10. 9. Hurstbridge, 53.79, 8. 10. Montmorency, 37.97, 4.

UNDER 19

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Macleod 11.8 (74) d Northcote Park 10.12 (72). Greensborough 18.15 (123) d West PrestonLakeside 5.3 (33). Montmorency 14.5 (89) d Whittlesea 8.9 (57). Bundoora 10.16 (76) d Eltham 8.12 (60). ■ Ladder. 1. Macleod, 176.05, 32. 2. Eltham, 135.96, 32. 3. Bundoora, 187.68, 28. 4. Greensborough, 152.97, 28. 5. Northcote Park, 98.55, 18. 6. Whittlesea, 72.63, 18. 7. Montmorency, 60.45, 8. 8. West Preston-Lakeside, 32.12, 4.

NORTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: DIVISION 2 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Fitzroy Stars 22.18 (150) d Lalor 7.6 (48). Lower Plenty 22.15 (147) d Thomastown 7.7 (49). Panton Hill 14.17 (101) d Watsonia 7.24 (66). North Heidelberg 10.13 (73) d Diamond Creek 7.9 (51). ■ Ladder. 1. North Heidelberg, 217.26, 46. 2. Diamond Creek, 210.83, 40. 3. Fitzroy Stars, 136.70, 34. 4. Lower Plenty, 176.66, 32. 5. Thomastown, 85.39, 28. 6. Watsonia, 65.01, 16. 7. Lalor, 45.46, 8. 8. Panton Hill, 36.80, 4. ■ Fixture. Round 14. Saturday, July 29. Diamond Creek v Lalor. Thomastown v Panton Hill. Lower Plenty v North Heidelberg. Fitzroy Stars v Watsonia.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Fitzroy Stars 13.12 (91) d Lalor 8;.7 (55). Lower Plenty 9.12 (66) d Thomastown 6.7 (43). Thomastown 14.17 (101) d Panton Hill 1.5 (11). Diamond Creek 11.13 (79) d North Heidelberg 10.6 (66). ■ Ladder. 1. Diamond Creek, 348.38, 44. 2. North Heidelberg, 225.90, 44. 3. Lower Plenty, 191.93, 40. 4. Thomastown, 146.64, 36. 5. Watsonia, 91.61, 24. 6. Fitzroy Stars, 57.66, 12. 7. Panton Hill, 27.96, 4. 8. Lalor, 27.17, 4.

UNDER 19

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday, July 22. Lower Plenty 6.9 (45) drew ith South Moran 6.9 (45). Banyule v Epping. Diamond Creek 17.17 (119) d North Heidelberg 1.3 (9). St Mary’s 15.9 (99)

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GOULBURN VALLEY FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES AT A GLANCE

■ Ladder. 1. Lower Plenty, 156.63, 50. 2. South Morang, 202,53, 46. 3. St Mary’s, 118.07, 36. 4. Diamond Creek, 208.79, 32. 5. Banyule, 69.84, 12. 6. Mill Park, 64.02, 12. 7. North Heidelberg, 62.93, 12. 8. Epping, 39.38, 0.

pna 7.3 (45). Kyabram 13.8 (86) d Rochester 4.7 (31). ■ Ladder. 1. Kyabram, 370.02, 56. 2. Shepparton United, 209.8, 44. 3. Benalla, 213.20, 40. 4. Shepparton, 198.43, 40. 5. Tatura, 108.98, 40. 6. Rochester, 137.81, 32. 7. Echuca, 139.45, 28. 8. Euroa, 62.42, 24. 9. Seymour, 48.39, 10. 10. Shepparton Swans, 32.67, 10. 11. Mooroopna, 30.40, 4.

NORTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: DIVISION 3 SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. South Morang 18.23 (131) d Laurimar 2.5 (17). Banyule 19.17 (131) d Kilmore 8.5 (53). Epping 11.12 (78) d Mernda 3.5 (23). St Mary’s 23.11 (149) d Reservoir 1.4 (10). ■ Ladder. 1. South Morang, 226.36, 44. 2. Banyule, 195.88, 40. 3. St Mary’s, 177.70, 36. 4. Epping, 148.66, 32. 5. Heidelberg West, 116.8, 28. 6. Kilmore, 83.67, 28. 7.Mernda, 63.12, 8. 8. Laurimar, 46.65, 8. 9. Reservoir, 26.44, 0. ■ Fixture. Saturday, July 29. Round 15. Laurimar v South Morang. Banyule 21.25 (151) d Kilmore 3.0 (18). Epping 21.10 (136) d Mernda 2.4 (16). St Mary’s 23.16 (154) d Reservoir 4.4 (28).

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Laurimar v South Morang. Banyule 21.25 (151) d Kilmore 3.0 (18). Epping 21.10 (136) d Mernda 2.4 (16). St Mary’s 23.16 (154) d Reservoir 4.4 (28). ■ Ladder. 1. St Mary’s, 286.10, 44. 2. Epping, 185.91, 40. 3. Banyule, 264.48, 36. 4. South Morang, 190.67, 36. 5. Heidelberg West, 130.85, 32. 6. Mernda, 64.85, 12. 7. Reservoir, 38.87, 12. 8. Kilmore, 35.54, 4. 9. Laurimar, 28.31, 4.

GOULBURN VALLEY FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Benalla 19.14 (128) d Shepparton Swans 9.6 (60). Mansfield 12.15 (87) d Shepparton United 9.9 (63). Euroa 15.12 (102) d Shepparton 14.16 (100). Seymour 22.20 (152) d Tatura 9.8 (62). Echuca 11.14 (80) d Mooroopna 12.10 (82). Kyabram 5.5 (35) d Rochester 2.5 (17). ■ Ladder. 1. Kyabram, 289.38, 52. 2. Euroa, 134.43, 44. 3. Shepparton, 144.58, 40. 4. Benalla, 131.72, 40. 5. Seymour, 126.29, 40. 6. Rochester, 128.33, 32. 7. Echuca, 96.71, 28. 8. Mansfield, 89.38, 20. 9. Tatura, 89.81, 12. 10. Shepparton United, 49.60, 12. 11. Mooroopna, 60.89, 8. 12. Shepparton Swans, 42.77, 4. ■ Fixture. Saturday, July 29. Round 15. Shepparton v Benalla. Mansfield v Kyabram. Rochester v Euroa. Mooroopna v Seymour. Shepparton Swans v Echuca. Tatura v Shepparton United.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Shepparton Swans 10.6 (66) d Benalla 7.10 (52). Shepparton United 5.5 (35) d Mansfield 4.6 (30). Euroa 16.7 (103) d Shepparton 7.3 (45). Seymour 7.7 (61) d Tatura 7.4 (66). Echuca 18.18 (126) d Mooroopna 3.5 (23). Kyabram 88 d Rochester 37. ■ Ladder. 1. Euroa, 296.42, 52. 2. Shepparton, 162.40, 44. 3. Rochester, 212.92, 40. 4. Kyabram, 194.59, 40. 5. Mansfield, 148.12, 32. 6. Shepparton United, 129.96, 32. 7. Tatura, 133.80, 28. 8. Echuca, 117.99, 22. 9. Seymour, 117.59, 20. 10. Shepparton Swans, 24.09, 12. 11. Benalla, 16.74, 6. 12. Mooroopna, 37.97, 4.

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■ Results. Round 14. Saturday, July 22. Benalla 24.11 (155) d Shepparton Swans 4.0 (24). Shepparton Swans 24.16 (160) d Mansfield 2.5 (17). Euroa 10.10 (70) d Shepparton 2.6 (24). Tatura 9.20 (74) d Seymour 7.4 (46). Mooroo-

KYABRAM DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Ardmona v Rushworth. Longwood 22.17 (149) d Undera 3.8 (26). Murchison-Toolamba 15.5 (95) d Merrigum 9.5 (59). Stanhope 14.14 (98) d Nagmabie 11.7 (73). Tallygaroopna 22.10 (151) d Girgarre 4.4 (28). Violet Town 22.13 (145) d Lancaster 6.6 (42). ■ Ladder. 1. Violet Town, 205.78, 52. 2. Nagambie, 185.29, 52. 3. Tallygaroopna, 247.76, 48. 4. Stanhope, 1295.31, 48. 5. Avenel, 180.34, 40. 6. Merrigum, 111.22, 36. 7. Lancaster, 130.39, 32. 8. Murchison-Toolamba, 100.10, 32. 9. Girgarre, 101.89, 24. 10. Rushworth, 71.09, 16. 11. Longwood, 43.16, 16. 12. Undera, 19.84, 12. 13. Ardmona, 0.00, 4. ■ Fixture. Round 16. Saturday, July 29. Avenel v Stanhope. Girgarre v Ardmona. Nagambie v Merrigum. Rushworth v Longwood.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Ardmona v Rushworth. Longwood 15.13 (103) d Undera 4.2 (26). Merrigum 7.9 (51) d Murchison-Toolamba 4.4 (28). Stanhope 10.11 (71) d Nagambie 6.6 (42). Tallygaroopna 9.8 (62) d Girgarre 5.8 (38). Lancaster 16.11 (107) d Violet Town 2.4 (16). ■ Ladder. 1. Tallygaroopna, 257.64, 58. 2. Stanhope, 345.61, 52. 3. Merrigum, 251.46, 50. 4. Murchison-Toolamba, 147.86, 44. 5. Lancaster, 140.05, 36. 6. Avenel, 132.72, 36. 7. Nagambie, 88.80, 32. 8. Girgarre, 108.22, 28. 9. Longwood, 93.09, 28. 10. Violet Town, 71.48, 20. 11. Rushworth, 46.44, 16. 12. Undera, 41.53, 12. 13. Ardmona, 6.76, 8.

UNDER 18

■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Ardmona v Rushworth. Longwood 100 d Undera 0. Merrigum 7.13 (55) d Murchison-Toolamba 4.4 (28). Tallygaroopna 100 d Girgarre 0. Avenel 100 d Lancaster 0. ■ Ladder. 1. Merrigum, 481.13, 56. 2. Avenel, 403.28, 52. 3. Tallygaroopna, 325.23, 52. 4. Murchison-Toolamba, 229.74, 40. 5. Stanhope, 145.80, 40. 6. Lancaster, 148.25, 36. 7. Rushworth, 64.48, 28. 8. Longwood, 40.66, 24. 9. Ardmona, 25.19, 20. 10. Undera, 22.71, 20. 11. Girgarre, 15.72, 16.

RIDDELL DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCORES AT A GLANCE SENIORS

■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Diggers Rest 89 d Woodend-Hasket 42. Lancefield 120 d Rockbank 42. Rupertswood v Macedon. Melton Centrals v Romsey. Wallan v Riddell.

RESERVES

■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Diggers Rest 127 d Woodend-Hesket 15. Sunbury Kangaroos v Broadford. Lancefield 64 d Rockbank 28. Rupertswood v Macedon. Melton Centrals v Romsey. Wallan v Riddell.

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■ Results. Round 15. Saturday, July 22. Woodend-Hesket 102 d Diggers Rest 17. Sunbury Kangaroos v Rockbank. Rupertswood v Macedon. Melton Centrals v Romsey. Wallan


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AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 NETBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE A-GRADE

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday. July 22. Seville def by Yea. Alexandra 57 d ThorntonEildon 33. Kinglake 38 d Powelltown 28. Yarra Glen - Bye. Belgrave 77 d Yarra Junction 17.

B-GRADE

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday. July 22. Seville def by Yea. Alexandra 58 d ThorntonEildon 19. Kinglake 31 d Powelltown 15. Yarra Glen - Bye. Belgrave 60 d Yarra Junction 36.

C-GRADE

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday. July 22. Alexandra - Bye. Kinglake 24 d Powelltown 14. Yea - Bye. Yarra Glen - Bye. Belgrave 57 d Yarra Junction 7.

D-GRADE

■ Results. Round 14. Saturday. July 22. Powelltown 11 d Kinglake 10. Yea - Bye. Yarra Glen - Bye. Belgrave 30 d Yarra Junction 10. Alexandra 30 d Thornton-Eildon 16.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 1 NETBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE A-GRADE

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday. July 22. Upwey-Tecoma 72 d Emerald 32. Mount Evelyn 47 d Healesville 24. Olinda-Ferny Creek 99 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 30. Warburton-Millgrove 45 d Monbulk Hawks 30. Woori Yallock 51 d Wandin 35.

B-GRADE

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday. July 22. Upwey-Tecoma 50 d Emerald 30. Healesville 35 d Mount Evelyn 25. Olinda-Ferny Creek 84 d Gembrok-Cockato 18. Monbulk Hawks 50 d Warburton-Millgrove 32. Woori Yallock 41 d Wandin 36.

C-GRADE

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday. July 22. Upwey-Tecoma 50 d Emerald 20. Healesville 24 d Mount Evelyn 22. Olinda-Ferny Creek 75 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 6. Warburton-Millgrove 40 d Monbulk Hawks 22. Wandin 39 d Woori Yallock 31.

D-GRADE

■ Results. Round 13. Saturday. July 22. Upwey-Tecoma 30 d Emerald 27. Mount Evelyn 31 d Healesville 27. Olinda-Ferny Creek 39 d Gembrook-Cockatoo 18. Monbulk Hawks 25 d Warburton-Millgrove 24. Wandin 30 d Woori Yallock 18.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 NETBALL SCOREBOARD ALEXANDRA V THORNTON-EILDON A-GRADE ALEXANDRA .............................. 13, 26, 42, 57 THORNTON-EILDON .................. 7, 16, 29, 33 Alexandra. Goals: Lauren Steyger 25, Rebecca A. Wallis 17, Ellie Hedger 15. Thornton-Eildon. Goals: Keely Grant 20, Karina Kelly 13. B-GRADE ALEXANDRA .............................. 16, 34, 47, 58 THORNTON-EILDON ................... 3, 7, 16, 19 Alexandra. Goals: Shona Gester 35, Michelle Jack 15, Emma Kidd 8. Thornton-Eildon. Goals: Lauren Benson 11, Madison Richards 5, Michelle Sloan 4. D-GRADE ALEXANDRA .............................. 11, 14, 21, 30 THORNTON-EILDON ................... 5, 8, 13, 16 Alexandra. Goals: Jorja Gesler 17, Jaymie Elward 13. Thornton-Eildon. Goals: Georgina Beggs 8, Sarah Stevenson 6, Christine Biles 2.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 NETBALL SCOREBOARD KINGLAKE V POWELLTOWN A-GRADE KINGLAKE ................................ 12,20, 28, 38 POWELLTOWN ......................... 7, 13, 24, 28 Kinglake. Goals: Samantha Goggins 30, Laura Atkins 6, Paige Stanley 2. Powelltown. Goals: Nicole Hajder 14, Georgie Haynes 14. B-GRADE KINGLAKE ................................. 10, 19, 24, 31 POWELLTOWN .............................. 2, 6, 9, 15 Kinglake. Goals: Jade White 19, Kelsey Smith 12. Powelltown. Goals: Taylah McConachy 11, Tayla Morton 4. C-GRADE KINGLAKE ................................... 4, 7, 16, 24 POWELLTOWN ............................. 4, 6, 8, 14 Kinglake. Goals: Olivia Turner-Dickason 12, Rebecca Gallo 12. Powelltown. Goals: Shelley Gray 11, Christine Cole 3. D-GRADE POWELLTOWN ............................. 3, 5, 10, 11 KINGLAKE ...................................... 3, 4, 5, 10 Powelltown. Goals: Cody Dunne 9, Jessica Morris 2. Kinglake. Goals: Tegan Smith 4, Haylee Whykes 3, Rebecca Gallo 3.

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD SEVILLE V YEA SENIORS SEVILLE ................ 5,2, 13.6, 19.7, 31.12 (198) YEA .................................. 1.1, 2.4, 5.6, 5.7 (37) Seville. Goals: N. O’Keffe 9, J. Neal 6, D. Toohey 5, J. Young, T. Baker, L. Casini, M. Cecere, A. Wind, C. Suban, S. Wilson, M. Timmermeister, J. Nolann, J. Wilson, A. Knight. Best: L. Casini, N. O’Keefe, J. Neal, D. Toohey, J. Nolan, A. Wind. Yea. Goals: J. Ryan, R. Aldous, H. Jarvie, D. O’Dwyer, P. Evans. Best: H. Jarvie, R. Aldous, A. Chisholm, Z. Pell, T. Butterworth, J. Ryan. RESERVES SEVILLE .................... 2.0, 6.1, 9.4, 10.13 (73) YEA ................................... 2.2,4.3, 4.3, 6.3 (39) Seville. Goals: J. Ackland 5, S. Cromarty 2, J. Wight, L. Aitkins, W. Baker. Best: L. Aitkins, S. Cromarty, J. Ackland, J. Digiandomanico, E. Wells, J. Sculthorpe.

ALEXANDRA V THORNTON-EILDON

SENIORS ALEXANDRA ........... 5.6, 10.6, 16.9, 20.10 (130) THORNTON-EILDON .. 3.2, 7.6, 10.7, 13.9 (87) Alexandra. Goals: B. Norris 7, Z. Heaslip 3, M. Steiner 3, B. Cooper 2, N. Dundas, J. Steyger, S. Hill, N. Waugh, C. Mullins. Best: B. Cooper, M. Coombs, C. Tranter, S. Heveren, B. Woollard, B. Norris. Thornton-Eildon. Goals: J. Newton 5, L. Davison 2, K. Purtle, T. Bail, J. Creighton, B. Wratten. Best: B. Wratten, J. Newton, R. Chapman, J. Strachan, J. Ashby, D. Creed. RESERVES ALEXANDRA........... 4.5, 8.9, 11.13, 15.16 (106) THORNTON-EILDON ... 0.0, 0.0, 1.0, 2.0 (12) Alexandra. Goals: S. Isaacs 6, T. Haligan 2, B. Podger-Carroll 2, K. Norris 2, J. Hamill, D. Bourke, C. Jack. Best: C. Jack, T. Fielden, M. Church, D. Bourke, D. Roper, K. Norris. Thornton-Eildon. Goals: B. Wal;lis, T. Bail. Best: J. Ward, B. Clarke, P. Sporton, T. Bail, Z. Hunter, B. Wallis.

KINGLAKE V POWELLTOWN

SENIORS KINGLAKE ................... 3.3, 4.8, 8.13, 9.16 (70) POWELLTOWN ........... 2.4, 6.6, 6.9, 7.13 (55) Kinglake. Goals: C. Arnott 2, B. Robinson 2, J. Mende, B. White, R. Mitchell, E. Robinson, J. Crowe. Best: C. Arnott, J. Butterworth, H. Prest,

AFL YARRA RANGES DIVISION 2 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD J. Crowe, B. White, M. McAllister. Powelltown. Goals: Z. Atkins 2, A. Oxley, P. Allen, S. Carter, G. Newing, M. McLaughlin. Best: J. Rohan, J. Moore, P. Allen, J. Walker, M. Lord, T. Hallmark.

NORTHERN F.L. DIVISION 1 SCOREBOARD MONTMORENCY V WHITTLESEA SENIORS WHITTLESEA ............ 1.4, 3.6, 7.10, 12.13 (85) MONTMORENCY ......... 3.4, 5.7, 5.14, 7.16 (58) Whittlesea. Goals: B. Briffa 3, J. Daniel 3, A. Fairchild 2, J. Ormerod, C. Bland, P. Higgins, J. Sherman. Best: N. Stefanile, J. Daniel, J. Robinson, B. Briffa, M. Brennan, J. Ormerod. Montmorency. Goals: B. Walton 3, D. Keenan 2, J. Donaldson, C. Dalgleish. Best: X. Cahill, B. Jenkin, C. Dalgleish. RESERVES MONTMORENCY ....... 4.1, 5.2, 12.5, 15.6 (96) WHITTLESEA ................ 1.1, 5.2, 7.2, 12.6 (78) Montmorency. Goals: B. Fotheringhame 6, A. Pepyat 2, C. Stubbs 2, M. Pyers, M. Heaslip, S. Smith, D. Hardy, A. Robinson, S. Pepyat, Z. Allen. Best: B. Fotheringhame, D. Hardy, Z. Allen, J. Horner, M. Keating, S. Smith. Whittlesea. Goals: N. Pupillo 6, J. Tyrell 3, N. Lacey, M. Taplin, S. Pupillo. Best: L. Martin, J. Tyrell, N. Lacey, C. Ince, M. Taplin, N. Pupillo. UNDER 19 MONTMORENCY .......... 2.0, 6.2, 9.3, 14.5 (89) WHITTLESEA .............. 2.4, 2.5, 6.7, 8.9 (57) Montmorency. Goals: B. Charles 4, J. Fahey 3, M. Canik 2, B. Crellin 2, Z. Smith, P. Gardner, W. Payers. Best: B. Charles, C. Kane, W. Le Gassick, J. Fahey, B. Danaher, B. Ramsey. Whittlesea. Goals: C. Prestopino 2, K. Smith 2, T. Holmberg, H. Bland, J. Taylor, J. Eid. Best: C. Taplin, R. Carter, L. Briant, J. Eid, K. Smith, N. Fellows.

NORTHERN F.L. NETBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE SECTION 1

■ Results. Round 14. Friday. July 21. Diamond Creek 1 49 d Greensborough 1 45. Heidelberg 1 52 d Bundoora 1 47. West Preston Lakeside 1 52 d North Heidelberg 1 48. South Morang 1 42 drew with Northcote Park 1 42.

NORTHERN F.L. NETBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE SECTION 7

■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. Thomastown 0 v West Ivanhoe 2 0. Lalor 27 d Greensborough 25. Macleod 2 36 d Epping 16. South Morang 4 v Watsonia 4.

SECTION 8

■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. Heidelberg 6 32 d Kilmore 2 23. Hurstbridge 2 22 d Keon Park 19. Fitzroy Stars 39 d Mernda 2 38. West Ivanhoe 2 33 d North Heidelberg 5 8. Montmorency 1 31 d Bundoora 5 17.

SECTION 9

■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. Northcote Park 3 42 d Kilmore 3 9. Heat 4 35 d Watsonia 5 17. Heidelberg West 1 24 drew with St Martins 24.

SECTION 10

■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. Hurstbridge 3 33 d Bundoora 6 15. Thomastown 4 27 d Mernda 3 17. Montmorency 7 29 d Heidelberg West 2 15.

SEYMOUR DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE UNDER 16

■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. St Mary’s 25.15 (165) d Broadford 3.2 (20). Seymour 9.7 (61) d Yea 7.5 (47). Euroa 21.14 (140) d Wandong 2.0 (12). Tabilk 7.10. (52) d Alexandra 7.8 (50). ■ Ladder. 1. Euroa, 300.50, 48. 2. St Mary’s, 386.11, 44. 3. Yea, 122.22, 28. 4. Seymour, 116.17, 24. 5. Wandong, 86.15, 20. 6. Alexandra, 54.40, 16. Tabilk, 51.56, 12. 8. Broadford, 26.54, 0. ■ Fixture. Round 13. Sunday. July 30. Alexandra v Euroa. Broadford v Yea. St Mary’s v Tabilk. Wandong v Seymour.

UNDER 14

■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. Broadford 5.10 (40) d St Mary’s 5.3 (33). Seymour 18.14 (122) d Yea 4.2 (26). Euroa 9.4 (58) d Wandong 5.5 (35). Tabilk 16.12 (108) d Alexandra 1.1 (7). ■ Ladder. 1. Tabilk, 330.43, 44. 2. St Mary’s, 319.18, 32. 3. Broadford, 146.86, 32. 4. Euroa, 124.08, 30. 5. Wandong, 137.97, 28. 6. Seymour, 87.44, 14. 7.Alexandra, 53.35, 12. 8. Yea, 6.67, 0.

UNDER 12

■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. St Mary’s 7.14 (56) d Wandong 2.0 (12). Yea 8.9 (57) d Seymour 1.0 (6). Euroa 1.5 (95) d Wandong 2.1 (13). Tabilk 2.5 (47) d Alexandra SECTION 2 2.2 (14). ■ Results. Round 14. Friday. July 21. Ivanhoe ■ Ladder. 1. St Mary’s, 538.51, 44. 2. Euroa, 1 v North Heidelberg 2. Heidelberg 2 v Dia- 416.75, 44. 3. Yea, 267.96, 32. 4. Tabilk, 163.36, mond Creek 2. Greensborough 2 47 d St Mary’s 32. 5. Broadford, 100.44, 20. 6. Alexandra, 36.42, 10. 7. Wandong, 29.67, 10. 8. Seymour, 8.79, 0. 1 32.

SECTION 3

■ Results. Round 14. Friday. July 21. Bundoora 2 38 d Ivanhoe 2 25. Mernda 1 33 d Heat 1 31. Heidelberg 7 32 d St Mary’s 2 22. Diamond Creek 3 49 d South Morang 2 19. Wasonia 1 32 d Heidelberg 3 21.

SECTION 4

SEYMOUR DISTRICT JUNIOR NETBALL SCORES AT A GLANCE UNDER 16

■ Results. Round 14. Friday. July 21. Greens- ■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. Euroa broough 3 42 d Diamond Creek 5 22. Kilmore 1 37 d St Mary’s 35. Yea 29 d Seymour 26. 32 d North Heidelberg 3 31. Watsonia 2 31 d Alexandta 38 d Tabilk 29. Heidelberg 4 24. UNDER 14. DIV. 1 ■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. St SECTION 5 Mary’s 37 d Euroa 22. Yea 34 d Seymour 14. ■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. Heat 2 35 d North Heidelberg 4 20. Thomastown 1 36 d Tabilk 28 d Alexandra 21. Fitzroy Stars 2 20. Epping 1 25 d West PrestonUNDER 14. DIV. 1 Lakeside 2 16. ■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. Euroa 20 d Alexandra 12. Yea - Bye. SECTION 6 ■ Results. Round 15. Friday. July 21. ThomUNDER 12 astown 2 41 d West Ivanhoe 1 17. Bundoora 3 ■ Results. Round 12. Sunday. July 23. St 37 d Watsonia 3 28. Whittlesea 40 d St Mary’s Mary’s - Bye. Euroa 13 d Wandong 1. Seymour 3 27. Hurstbridge 1 30 d Heat 3 18. 31 d Yea 3. Tabilk 14 d Alexandra 13.


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YEA FOOTBALL CLUB REPORT

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Bendigo 59 d Melbourne University 13. Diamond Creek Womens 5.6 (36) d Darebin 2.4 (16). La Trobe University v Deer Park. Pascoe Vale v VU Western Spurs. Kew 39 d Whitehorse 28.

NFLW DIV. 2

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Darebin 49 d Diamond Creek Womens 7. West Preston-Lakeside 14.12 (96) d La Trobe University 0.1 (1). Whitehorse v Kew. Laurimar v VU Western Spurs. Montmorency v South Morang.

UNDER 18 GIRLS

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Montmorency 11.15 (81) d Hurstbridge 1.2 (8). Yarrambat 12.9 (81) d Wallan 0.2 (2). Darebin 4.7 (31) d South Morang 0.4 (4). Greensborough 10.14 (74) d Eltham Creekers 0.3 (3).

UNDER 17 BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. South Morang 10.15 (75) d Eltham Black 8.10 (58). Montmorency 10.7 (67) d Whittlesea 4.4 (28). Laurimar 11.2 (68) d Greensborough 2.10 (22).

UNDER 17 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Research 12.6 (78) d Mernda 2.3 (15). Eltham Red 8.8 (56) d Hurstbridge 6.9 (45). West PrestonLakeside 8.4 (52) d Kilmore 5.8 (38).

UNDER 16 BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mill Park 10.13 (73) d Mernda 5.6 (36). Montmorency 12.21 (93) d Greensborough 9.5 (59). South Morang 13.17 (95) d Yarrambat 7.9 (51).

UNDER 16 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Wallan 9.10 (64) d Whittlesea 8.7 (55). Diamond Creek 10.9 (69) d Research 2.5 (17).

UNDER 16 GIRLS

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Montmorency 5.21 (51) d South Morang 1.1 (7). Whittlesea 6.2 (38) d Wallan 5.5 (35). Laurimar 6.9 (45) d West Preston-Lakeside 1.3 (9). Yarrambat 11.5 (71) d Kilmore 0.1 (1). Diamond Creek Womens 5.11 (41) d Mill Park 0.1 (1).

UNDER 15 BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Eltham Black 8.8 (56) d Laurimar 7.6 (48). Diamond Creek 11.12 (78) d Mill Park 8.8 (56). Research 16.15 (111) d West Preston-Lakeside 7.6 (48).

UNDER 15 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Montmorency 19.12 (126) d Thomastown 2.7 (19). Greensborough 17.15 (117) d Hurstbridge 4.8 (32). Yarrambat 16.15 (111) d South Morang 3.2 (20). Mernda 14.7 (91) d Kilmore 4.6 (30).

UNDER 14 BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Montmorency 16.14 (110) d Greensborough 2.4 (16). Laurimar 7.12 (54) d Yarrambat 3.3 (21). South Morang 11.10 (76) d Kilmore 0.3 (3).

UNDER 14 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mernda 9.6 (60) d Research 2.3 (15). West Preston-Lakeside 15.7 (97) d Eltham 0.2 (2). Northcote 7.4 (46) d Diamond Creek 4.3 (27).

UNDER 14 GREEN

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mill Park 15.13 (103) d Keon Park 4.1 (25). Whittlesea 16.17 (113) d Montmorency 0.0 (0). Kinglake 7.7 (49) d Hurstbridge 5.2 (32).

UNDER 14 GIRLS BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Yarrambat 5.9 (39) d Diamond Creek Womens 1.5 (11). Eltham 7.6 (48) d Wallan 4.6 (30). Montmorency 10.10 (70) d Research 2.2 (14).

UNDER 14 GIRLS RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Diam-

● Kinglake Junior Football Club identity posted this photo of the Lakers scoreboard on social media on Sunday, saying: “Today we witnessed Kinglake Under 14s take on Hurstbridge. With our backs against wall, our guys smashed it. I am so very proud of every single player. Today you did our town proud and proved to yourselves that with confidence anything can be achieved. Brilliant team effort. Great end to the home and away season.”

NORTHERN F.L. SUNDAY COMP. SCORES AT A GLANCE ond Creek Womens 7.4 (46) d Eltham 6.8 (44). Kilmore 12.8 (80) d Whittlesea 2.4 (16). Darebin 6.7 (43) d South Morang 2.1 (13).Panron Hill 1.8 (14) d Bundoora Park 0.1 (1).

UNDER 13 BLUE

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Diamond Creek 5.7 (37) d Montmorency 4.3 (27). Eltham 8.4 (52) d Laurimar 7.7 (49). South Morang 16.9 (105) d Whittlesea 2.2 (14).

UNDER 13 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Yarrambat 4.2 (26) d Mernda 3.4 (22). Research 13.13 (91) d Northcote Blue 3.4 (22). Wallan 7.3 (45) d Greensborough 6.5 (41).

UNDER 13 GREEN

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. West Ivanhoe v Northcote Gold. South Morang 9.9 (63) d Reservoir 3.1 (19). Mill Park 15.19 (109) d Hurstbridge 4.0 (24).

UNDER 12 BLUE

NORTHERN F.L. SUNDAY COMP. SCORES AT A GLANCE UNDER 11 RED

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Epping 4.8 (32) d Northcote Blue 4.3 (27). West PrestonLakeside 7.10 (52) d Whittlesea 1.0 (6). Yarrambat 3.8 (26) d Hurstbridge 2.3 (15).

UNDER 11 GREEN

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mill Park 7.5 (47) d Northcote Gold 3.6 (24). Laurimar 10.16 (76) d South Morang 0.1 (1).

UNDER 11 SILVER

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Montmorency 5.8 (38) d Greensborough 1.0 (6). Bundoora Park 2.10 (82) d Kilmore White 4.1 (25). West Ivanhoe 6.3 (39) d Eltham Red 1.1 (7).

YEA FOOTBALL CLUB REPORT SENIORS

■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Eltham Black 7.1 (43) d South Morang 5.9 (39). Yarrambat 5.10 (40) d Whittlesea 5.9 (39). Laurimar Seville 31.12 (198) defeated Yea 5.7 (37) 11.12 (78) d Montmorency 2.6 (18). A 150-point defeat to Seville was the result of one of Yea's poorest performances for the 2017 UNDER 12 RED season. ■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mill was never going to be easy for a side that Park 6.4 (40) d South Morang 4.7 (31). Bundoora lostItShaun Pearce, David Webb, Lachie Beattie Park 10.9 (69) d Kilmore 3.4 (22). Research and Hayden Witton in the lead-up to the match, 10.11 (71) d Northcote Blue 1.2 (8). and the Blues took full advantage. UNDER 12 GREEN A five-goal-to-one first term set the tone for ■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Mernda the contest, with Seville's strong, experienced 3.4 (22) d Eltham Red 3.2 (20). West Preston- midfielders driving the ball into a dangerous forLakeside 7.2 (44) d Wallan 3.3 (21). Epping v ward line and locking it inside 50 with a full Diamond Creek. Laurimar 5.0 (03) d Greens- ground press. borough 3.10 (28). Things got even worse in the second quarter, with the home side slamming on a further eight UNDER 12 SILVER ■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Keon majors and restricting the Tigers to just one, takPark 7.11 (53) d Lalor 2.6 (18). Northcote Gold ing an unassailable 68-point advantage into half15.15 (105) d Panton Hill 0.0 (0). Montmorency time. A far more competitive effort was put for10.5 (65) d Kinglake 4.3 (27). ward by Yea in the third stanza, with three goals UNDER 12 GIRLS the end result of a 15-minute period fuelled by ■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Dia- increased pressure at the coalface and more mond Creek Womens 7.6 (48) d Eltham 0.0 (0). direction going forward. Laurimar 5.4 (34) d Research 1.4 (10). NorthThe end of the game was disappointing, with cote 2.2 (14) d Research 1.5 (11). Montmorency the Tigers conceding 12 goals and playing much 2.5 (17) d Whittlesea 1.1 (7). of the quarter with 17 men after Dan O'Dwyer UNDER 11 BLUE was yellow carded. Harrison Jarvie and Riley Aldous battled ■ Results. Round 13. Sunday, July 23. Eltham Black 9.2 (56) d Laurimar 1.2 (8). Wallan 2.4 hard in the midfield all day long, while Zac Pell (16) d South Morang 2.3 (15). Montmorency 6.8 gave some good service in the ruck and often gave his onballers first use of the pill. (44) d Diamond Creek 3.4 (22).

James Ryan proved a wildcard in attack, particularly on the lead, Andrew Chisholm worked tirelessly against an avalanche of inside 50s and Tom Butterworth was a strong presence wherever he roamed. After two very competitive performances in a row against top four teams, it was a shame the Tigers couldn't bring more of the same, albeit it with a depleted side. Yea will be desperate to knock over Thornton-Eildon this week. Seville. Goalkickers: N. O'’Keefe 9, J. Neal 6, D. Toohey 5, J. Young, T. Baker, L. Casini, M. Cecere, A. Wind, C. Suban, S. Wilson, M. Timmermeister, J. Nolan, J. Wilson, A. Knight Best Players: L. Casini, N. O''Keefe, J. Neal, D. Toohey, J. Nolan, A. Wind Yea. Goalkickers: J. Ryan, R. Aldous, H. Jarvie, D. O'’Dwyer, P. Evans. Best Players: H. Jarvie, R. Aldous, A. Chisholm, Z. Pell, T. Butterworth, J. Ryan

RESERVES

Seville 10.13 (73) defeated Yea 6.3 (39) Yea's finals hopes will likely depend on other team's results following a 34-point loss to fellow top five aspirant Seville. The Blues were one game ahead of the Tigers heading into the contest and may have just locked themselves into the finals race with their most recent victory. With the senior side ravaged by injury, Yea didn't have their best 21 in but did benefit from some senior players, such as Lachie Kelly, Tom Butterworth and Dean Clue, playing in the first half. The Tigers took the chocolates in the first quarter to lead by two points before the hosts slotted four second-term majors to take a 10point buffer into the half time break. The advantage was stretched beyond five goals in the third quarter and despite the Tigers booting two majors to one in the final term, it was too little, too late. Trav Hearn was lively up forward, Sof Vlamis was a welcome return in the midfield and Darcy Pell proved a strong target in attack and through the middle of the ground. Yea will be desperate to knock off ThorntonEildon this Saturday. No best and goals available. - Patrick Evans

YEA JUNIOR FOOTBALL REPORTS UNDER 16

■ The Tigers tackled the Seymour Lions on Sunday in danger game for the Tigers,the Lions two games behind in fourth spot on the ladder. It was Seymour into attack with the first two goals,but the Tigers steadied with goals to Wischer and Beattie. Around the ground the Tigers were showing an improved effort from all players to go in at ¼- time five points down:Yea 2.2 (14) to Seymour 3.1 (19). The Tigers lifted in the second with Firmin, the Harry brothers,Wischer and Beattie along with a host of others showing the way. Good work upfield allowed E. Aldous,Turvey and Charles to goal and the Tigers take the lead at half-time.Yea 5.4 (34) to Seymour 4.3 (27). The third quarter saw Yea begin to play some lazy footy, leaving the hard work to too few ,preferring to stand back and wait for the easy ball. Beattie, Firmin and Gilbee continued their good form,Wilsmore and Aldous kept the Tigers in the game with a goal each,at ¾ time: Yea 7.4 (48) to Seymour8.5 (53). The last quarter was a real battle for both sides with both backlines on top .The Tigers could only manage two behinds,with Seymour adding one goal two. With two games left before finals, the Tigers need two good wins to boost their confidence


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YEA JUNIOR NETBALL REPORTS

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get that Tiger spirit back.Final score: Yea 7.6 (48) to Seymour 9.7 (61). Better players: Beattie, Gilbee, J. Harry, Firmin , Z. Harry,Wilsmore and E Aldous. Goals: E Aldous 2,Wischer, Beattie,Charles,Turveyand Wilsmore 1. - Jack McMaster

so much this quarter in the mid court area. Tigers defence stayed strong right till the end of the quarter which gave them a one-goal lead. 21 - 20 Hannah B got Yea’s first goal. Caitlyn got a great intercept from her player which resulted in a goal for the Tigers. Jordan and Hannah’s confidence lifted this quarter which gave us some much needed goals to get us a head slightly. Our defenders, Teagan and Ebony worked hard all game and rebounded well to our advantage. Great game girls. 30-26 Royal Mail Award : Hannah Broderick - Michelle Dolman

return to Rebel Park and host Thornton-Eildon for two games of football and three games of netball. The morning was frosty and foggy with sunshine a welcome sight during the day. A good crowd enjoyed the football as well as everyone excited to have the first match day experience on the new courts. RESERVES The Reserves, after making five changes, took on an undermanned Thornton-Eildon side in the early game and after keeping the visitors scoreless for the first half finished with a 94point win to help consolidate their position in the final five. Alex had many winners all over the ground as Ben Podger-Carroll led the midfield and picked up kicks at will, regulars David Bourke and Ryan Carter also had plenty of the Sherrin at the stoppages whilst up forward Scott Isaacs kicked six goals and missed a few. Kyall Norris in his first game for some years remembered where the goals are whilst in defence Corey Jack just keeps reading the play as well as ever. Justin Leary, also making a return, found the going tough but improved as the game progressed whilst youngsters Brayden Burchall and William Ellis showed plenty of promise in the game, Alexandra 15.16 (106) to Thornton 2.0 (12), and a special mention to Rosco Purvis Coltrane for his efforts. Awards: Caltex $25 fuel card - Max Church, Alex Sportspower $20 award - William Ellis, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal - Daniel Roper, Corner Hotel $20 meal - Andrew Wood, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Corey Jack. SENIORS The Seniors, including Nathan Dundas, Zach Heaslip, Brent McDonald, Tom Rouget and Matthew Steiner to replace Jacob Brereton, Jack Elkington, Jack Goonan, Luke Heard and Conor Heaslip, won the toss and elected to kick to the town end favored by the cool breeze. Thornton-Eildon was first to go forward but the Alex defence was able to send the ball back where Nick Waugh, settling into his new team well, was able to intercept a wayward kick and kick his first goal for the Rebels. Thornton-Eildon assisted by 50-metre penalties kicked their first goal at the hill end. Brayden Norris marked strongly but missed his first attempt and an Alex defender misjudged the flight of the ball to enable Thornton-Eildon to take the lead. Alex missed opportunities before Zach Heaslip intercepted a kick in and goaled. After another goal to the visitors, Alex was messy with their use of the ball seemed to get on top and be more direct enabling Heaslip again and Brayden Norris to goal and give Alex a 16-point lead at the first change. Thornton-Eildon went forward first in the second quarter but Alex sent the ball out of defence via Scott Heveren to Norris for his second goal. A free and a penalty allowed Heaslip who was playing well, another goal. Jake Steyger and Matt Steiner combined to supply Norris for his third goal. Thornton-Eildon again goaled as they took the game up to the more favoured team who were making some poor decisions with the ball. Ben Cooper, in fine form, marked strongly and kicked accurately before Thornton-Eildon took advantage of a drop in intensity and kicked successive goals as Alex was lacklustre before Norris went into defence then returned forward and snapped Alexandra's tenth goal just before the siren giving Alex a 20-point lead at the main break. Given some words of advice from coach Sam in the rooms during the break, Alex came out and set the standard with a goal to Norris very early in the third quarter. Alex kicked the ball long and direct from defence and Steiner marked and goaled to stretch the lead. After a Thornton-Eildon goal Scott

Hill found Cooper to replenish the leading margin as Alex was now well on top as Chris Mullins goaled from a free and Heaslip having a good game found Hill for his first goal. Thornton-Eildon kept committing and was rewarded with a goal but Alex always was able to replay as this time Steiner in the pocket unselfishly passed to Norris for his seventh goal and a 38-point lead at the last change. The visitors kept trying and kicked the first goal of the last quarter as the ball rolled through untouched. Heveren dashed from defence and Steyger found Norris but he was well off line on this occasion. Alex continued to give away 50-metre penalties before Michael Coombs who got better as the game progressed, passed to Steiner for a goal. Four well directed kicks around the Caravan Park side finished with Nathan Dundas for a goal, Matt Steiner relishing his return after a facial injury kicked a third goal as the game petered out well into the last quarter. Steyger marked and goaled between two Thornton-Eildon goals to give Alex a comfortable if not pretty win 20.10 (130) to 13.9 (87). Brayden Norris with seven goals finished well whilst brother Ryley in his best game for the season kept running and providing options all game, Nick Waugh and Zach Heaslip (3 goals) were in and under getting the ball moving and brothers Daniel and Tom Rouget who celebrated their first senior game together, both showed they are players of the Club's future. Awards: Alex Standard $50 fuel card - Ben Cooper, Hoova's @ Mt.Pleasant $20 meal Michael Coombs, Corner Hotel $20 meal Callum Tranter, Corner Hotel 5 pots - Scott Heveren. The gate raffle was won by Corey Jack, the points margin was 43 and won by Sam Kidd, meat tray won by Jacob Brereton and wine by Callum Tranter. NETBALLAWARDS A-Grade won 57 - 33: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Lauren Steyger, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 Meal - Ebonnie Twining; B-Grade won 58 - 19: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Shona Gesler, Hoova's @ Mt Pleasant $20 meal - Hana Duldig; D-Grade won 30 - 16: Corner Hotel $20 meal - Sarah Haggis, Essence Coffee Lounge $10 meal - Jorja Gesler. CLUB NOTES Last Thursday's Rebel Raffles were 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 Kath / Steve Hedger, Kath Hedger, Travis Carter, Ryan Carter and Corey Jack. The Holmesglen @ Eildon Jackpot did not go off and will be worth $600 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 Rebel Park again and host Kinglake for two games of football and four games of netball with everyone welcome to come into the social rooms for Club hospitality and the awards. The Slaves and Services Auction is at the Club rooms with registration starting at 6.30 pm and the Auction to start at 7.15 pm, the function is free entry and everyone is welcome. If you would like to supply an item for the Auction please contact Ray Steyger. - Ray Steyger

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■ After spending the week licking their wounds our Tigers turned up ready taking on the Lions at Seymour. Dominik Ciantar refused to let the ball past the middle of the ground try as the Lions might. Kicking straight we jumped out with a threegoal lead at quarter time. Our forward press continued with Luke Kelderman working the midfield then Sam Gregory snuck a sneaky goal bringing us in at halftime: 6.6.41 to no score. The brave Lions dug in through the third and managed to pinch one back but the day belonged to Ryan Ockwell who turned it on with his ruck work around the ground all day giving us first touch making us too good on the day. Yea 8.9.57 defeated Seymour 1.0.6 Goalkickers: H.Marks 3, R.Slevin 3, L. Kelderman 2. Awards: Clint Rose Motors Award - Jardine Nai, Kelderman Performance Horses award – Riley Slevin, Paringa Livestock award - Dominik Ciantar, Paul Transport Johnston award – Monty Lawson, Royal Mail Hotel award - Riley Frankcombe, Tiger bucks award - Luke Kelderman and Ryan Ockwell, Donna and Chris Slevin award - Perry Moon 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. - Greg Philpot

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■ 1st Quarter. An even start to the first quarter, Jordyn (C) and Grace (WA) combined well to feed the ball to Abby (GS) and Maggie (GA). Cassy (GK) and Ruby (GD) turned over the ball several times thanks to pressure over the ball from Melody (WD). Yea was in the lead by three at the end of the first quarter. Yea 7 to Seymour 4. 2nd Quarter. A fast moving second quarter resulted in plenty of goals for our girls. Strong intercepts by Cassy and Ruby bought the ball down by our mid courters, Jordyn, Grace and Melody to our shooters Abby and Maggie.Agreat second quarter for Yea, shooting 13 goals. Yea 20 to Seymour 5. 3rd Quarter. Jordyn (WA) and Grace (C) changed positions in the 3rd quarter with the rest staying the same. Yea continued to keep the pressure up with once again great intercepts by Cassie. Yea 25 to Seymour 7. 4th Quarter. Yea went back to their original positions for the last quarter, starting strongly. There was some great moving and goaling by Maggie. Seymour kept up the pressure turning the ball over quite often, but not enough to stop Yea from winning the game. UNDER 10 Final Score: Yea 34 def Seymour 14 ■ Round 12 saw our U10s get the opportunity Awards. Royal Mail: Jordyn Beattie. Tiger to see how they are tracking on their way up to Bucks: Grace Cunningham U12s by playing only one game and using the - Bec Christie whole ground against Seymour Lions at UNDER 12 Seymour. The excitement of the kids was palpable be- ■ Q1. Our girls were up against the very tall fore, during and after the game. They did a fan- Lions team, but that didn't stop the girls determitastic job of keeping in their zones and working nation and eagerness to get their hands on the the ball down the large Kings Park ground. ball. Our defenders Chloe (GD) and Lauren Coach Bek Klinge said in her post game ad- (GK) worked really hard in the goal ring. Yea 0, dress how proud of all the kids she was and how Seymour 10 Q2. Coach Cindy made a couple of changes pleased she was with how well they all did. Awards this week: Shaniah Klinge (Klinge in the second quarter to let the girls play in difKlincher Award), Josh Porter (TigerBucks ferent positions. Milly came on as (C) and worked Award), Zack Papadoplous (MisterMinute with Finn (GS), taking advantage of the ball posAward), Sam Charles (Klinge Klincher Award) session to get the ball down their end. Bridie K and Angus Antrobus (Royal Mail Hotel Meal (WA) and Lauren (GA) worked hard against their tall opponents. Yea 0, Seymour 18 Award). Well done kids. Q3. There was strong defence by our Tigers, with Lauren (GK) taking some great intercepts YEA and making Seymour work for their goals. Chloe JUNIOR NETBALL (GA) scored our first goal encouraging positive play within the team. Some short passes beREPORTS tween Millie and Sienna (WD) assisted with keeping the ball down our end. Yea 1, Seymour UNDER 16 25 ■ Seymour started off strong and quick which Q4. The height of the Lions made passing a took our girls by surprise but they soon settled to challenge. Beautiful team work assisted Bridie make it an even quarter. Hannah B used Caitlyn in scoring her first goal for the season. As the and Sophie around the ring to position herself Lions tired, the Tigers scored again quickly. The better to shoot some beautiful goals. Teagan and girls were like little energiser bunnies, they kept Ebony got many deflects and intercepts. Yea going and going and never gave up. played well and kept the defence pressure tight. Final Score: Yea 3 def by Seymour 31 Scores were even at the of this quarter. Yea 9, Awards. Royal Mail: Bridie Klinge. Tiger Seymour 9. Bucks: Lauren Baker It was goal for goal straight up. Jordyn O - Sarah Cunningham was a good first option off Yea’s centre pass. Vivi stuck tight to her player putting pressure on ALEXANDRA FOOTBALLher to get the ball. Yea struggled in the mid court NETBALL CLUB to get the ball down to our goalers which gave Seymour a slight lead. 14-16 REPORTS Defence was tight from both sides so there was many turnovers. Hannah C was a good SATURDAY back up for the girls to re set down our shooting end. Caitlyn’s change of direction,then driving ■ The AFLYarra Ranges League Round 14 of to the ball has improved greatly which has helped the 2017 season last Saturday saw the Rebels


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ALEXANDRA FOOTBALLNETBALL CLUB REPORTS SUNDAY

■ The Alexandra Football-Netball Club junior teams travelled to Nagambie last Sunday for round 12 of the 2017 season and took on Tabilk for competition in four grades of football and three grades of netball. The Under 14 Division 2 netballers travelled to Euroa for their game. Under 12s Football Alexandra 2.2 (14) defeated by Tabilk 7.5 (47) Essence Coffee Lounge award Cooper Kidd; Reddrops Foodworks award Tommy Meggitt; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Dylan Bevan; Provender Country Bakehouse award Coen Miljkovic; Goulburn River Trout award Harry Correa; Armstrong Family award Will Wright; Hadfield Contractors award Callan Howell; Coach's award Casey Collett. Under 14s Football Alexandra 2.2 (14) defeated by Tabilk 7.5 (47) Essence Coffee Lounge award Ben Jack; Reddrops Foodworks award Brodie Humphries; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Bowen McCarthy; Provender Country Bakehouse award Coby Scott; Parsons Family award Bailey Goschnick; Stuart Longhurst award Cooper Kidd; Coach's award Rohan Wilson. Under 16s Football Alexandra 7.8 (50) defeated by Tabilk 7.10 (52) Essence Coffee Lounge award Daniel McFadzean; Reddrops Foodworks award Ben Thomas; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Damon Bellingham; Provender Country Bakehouse award Declan Allen; Bundalaguah Engineering award Aaron McDonald; Parsons Family award Tye Parkinson; Coach's award Harrison Cann. Under 14s Netball (Div 2) Alexandra 12 defeated by Euroa 20 Reddrops Foodworks award Maddy Hill; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Paige Bingham; Goulburn River Trout award Jaimie Baird. Under 12s Netball Alexandra 13 defeated by Tabilk 14 Reddrops Foodworks award Rose Hurrey; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Jordan Woehl; Bundalaguah Engineering award Eliza Gesler. Under 14s Netball (Div 1) Alexandra 21 defeated by Tabilk 28 Reddrops Foodworks award Hannah Armstrong; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Lily Hillman; Goulburn River Trout award Lariza Saerang-Robinson. Under 16s Netball Alexandra 38 defeated Tabilk 28 Reddrops Foodworks award Chelsea Witnish; Alexandra Bakery and Café award Sienna Wakefield-Dick; Alexandra Physiotherapy award Matilda Walker. A very 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 Euroa in four games of football and four games of netball. If anyone can assist with the canteen on home games during the season please speak to Ros Smith to go on the roster. Also, we need volunteers for the canteen, gate and other tasks on Sunday, August 13 when we host junior finals at Rebel Park so please contact Ros Smith and Ray Steyger.

21ST ANNUAL SLAVES AND SERVICES AUCTION

Saturday, July 29 6pm - Food available 7.15pm - Auction start This is a Community Event, everyone is welcome. Funds raised assist Club and Community youth programs. GOOD STUFF YOU NEED $100 voucher for dog / cat / horse food (Landmark Embling)

ALEXANDRA FOOTBALLNETBALL CLUB REPORTS

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ALEXANDRA FOOTBALLNETBALL CLUB REPORTS

1 x 2017-18 membership at Alexandra / Mansfield / Yea Race Clubs Choice of : Option 1 - 4 PT sessions with master trainer or Option 2 - 1 month group sessions, 11 sessions available per week or Option 3 - 3 month gym only access (Roger Welch, Vita Nova Fitness) 1 x 2017-18 daylight saving membership at Alexandra Golf Club Alexandra Physiotherapy consultation (Libby Gobbart) 1 x massage treatment (Lisa Elward) 1 x bomber jacket - wool body, leather sleeves, quilt lined - made to your size and in your Club colours (Embroidered Club Sportswear) "Dick will cut your grass" residential block lawn mowing x 3 cuts (Richard Jack) 1 x 2017-18 membership at Alexandra / Mansfield / Yea Race Clubs Alexandra Football/Netball Club History Book, Cook Book, stubby holder aving membership at Alexandra Golf Club Ceramic pot tomato boutique garden (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Ceramic pot lavender boutique garden (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Framed "Ashes to Ashes" autographed by Mitchell Johnson (Commonwealth Bank) GOOD STUFFWEALLNEED 6 x 4 trailer load of firewood (Alexandra Football/Netball Club) 6 x 4 trailer load of firewood (Alexandra Football/Netball Club) 6 x 4 trailer load of firewood (Alexandra Football/Netball Club) 6 x 4 trailer load of firewood (Alexandra Football/Netball Club) 6 x 4 trailer load of firewood (Alexandra Football/Netball Club) 8 x 5 trailer load of firewood (Laurie / Shirley Purcell) 1 x tandem trailer load of firewood (Brent McDonald / Jack Goonan / Jake Steyger) 1 x tandem trailer load of firewood (Brent McDonald / Jack Goonan / Jake Steyger) 1 x tandem trailer load of firewood (Marshall / Kylie Cairns) 1 x cart aero worxs (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) TFE Hotels Collection- Vibe, Adina, Medina, Rendezvous, Travelodge - 2 night's accommodation inclusive of daily breakfast for two at any TFE Hotel in Australia (Vibe Marysville) Sherbrooke timber bench and cushion (Yenckens/Hedger Constructions) 1 x teepee play life (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Alexandra Veterinary Clinic animal desexing to value of $200 Classic hose reel trolley (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Taylors "The Visionary" 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon exceptional parcel release (Foodworks) 1 polo shirt/ T shirt supplied and printed with vinyl/ink, design of your choice (Alexandra Signs) $300 voucher (DMK Taxation and Business Solutions) Seed strawberry garden windowsill / seed herb garden mix windowsill / planter kitchen herb (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Something special by world renowned Alexandra artist Alan Webb Table of 6 to attend Holmesglen @ Eildon Spring Degustation Dinner on Saturday, October 28, 2017 including 3 x corporate rooms accommodating 2 per room with breakfast on Sunday, October 29, 2017 1 x Miele Complete C3 Powerline vacuum cleaner (Michael's Appliances Hampton / Hedger Constructions) Labour and materials to the value of $200 (Boz Miljkovic, Alex Automotive) 1 x 32cc weed eater trimmer (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Labour and materials to the value of $200 (Boz Miljkovic, Alex Automotive)

$100 voucher for dog / cat / horse food (Rodwells) Sportsman Day's Package at Healesville Greyhounds for 20 people - free admission, exclusive marquee, race naming rights and photo with winning greyhound, form guide, BBQ lunch, 1 x free beer on entry, valid 1.11.17 to 1.3.18 (Cynthia O'Brien) Table of 4 for Fathers Day luncheon at Holmesglen @ Eildon on Sunday, September 3, 2017 Elevated pet bed 1300mm x 850mm (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Waterproof small pet bed (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Sports bag with singlets, shorts, track suit (Millers Mensland / Brayden Norris) Under Armour sports bag (Deanna Lomas) 2017 Geelong autographed football jumper (Brayden Norris) UE roll 2 portable wireless Bluetooth speaker (Deanna Lomas) Garmin forerunner 735XT GPS running watch (Deanna Lomas) GOOD STUFF YOU NEED FORYOURTUMMY Hamper of produce (Essence) 1 x 2.1 kg box (6 whole trout, smoked) vac packed (Goulburn River Trout) 1 x jar of yo yo biscuits by Kate Cleary Basket of produce (Alex Fruit / Vegetable) 1 x 1.1 kg container of fudge, 4 x different flavours (Kristie Warren-Smith) 1 x meat tray (Alexandra Quality Meats) Hamper of produce (Alan / Lisa Harding, Grant Street Grocer) 1 x jar of yo yo biscuits by Kate Cleary 2 kg premium box of cherries (Koala Cherries) 1 x 2.1 kg box (6 whole trout, smoked) vac packed (Goulburn River Trout) Hamper of produce (Essence) 1 x 1.1 kg container of fudge, 4 x different flavours (Kristie Warren-Smith) 1 x side of pork, dressed and packed (Alexandra Quality Meats) Hamper of produce including 3 x jams, kasundi relish, zucchini pickles and tomato sauce (Christina Irvine, Belle Ridge) 2 kg premium box of cherries (Koala Cherries) 1 x 2.1 kg box (6 whole trout, smoked) vac packed (Goulburn River Trout) 1 x prime Mallee lamb, dressed and ready for the freezer (Daniel Crane) Hamper of assorted goodies (Junior Football / Netball) Hamper of assorted goodies (Senior Football / Netball) Meat tray (Alpine Butchers) Basket of produce (Reddrops / Venn Wholesale) 1 x prime Mallee lamb, dressed and ready for the freezer (Daniel Crane) STUFF FOR YOUR BUSINESS Residential / business / vehicle carpet clean to value of $100 (Simon Hoornweg, C l e a n Dry Carpet Cleaning) Advertising at U.G.F.M. for one month in either October or November, average of 15 ads per week includes production (Peter Weeks) Advertising at U.G.F.M. for one month in either October or November, average of 15 ads per week includes production (Peter Weeks) 1 x quarter page advertisement for one week in Alexandra and Eildon Standard, ( R o b Bartlett) 1 x quarter page advertisement for one week in Alexandra and Eildon Standard, ( R o b Bartlett) Residential / commercial carpet / drapes / upholstery dry clean to value of $200 (Grant Crane, Grane's Carpet Cleaning) Residential / commercial carpet / drapes / upholstery dry clean to value of $200 (Grant Crane, Grane's Carpet Cleaning) STUFF FOR THE HOUSE ANDHANDYMAN

1 x 30 inch wall fan (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) 1 x 32cc weed eater trimmer (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) 15 litre wash and wear low sheen paint / 63 sash Dulux professional brush (Dulux / Hedger Constructions) Ozpig BBQ / oven / heater (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Ozpig enamel BBQ plate / large warming plate / tool rack (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Jaw saw (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) Classic hose reel trolley (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) 4 hours electrical work, materials not included (Steve Steiner / Luke Ware) 1 hour of bob-cat / mini excavator work within Alexandra District (Alexandra Crane and Bobcat Hire, Greg Rennie) 4 hours of bobcat work within Alexandra District (ITEC Earthworks, Clifford Brady) Bare rooted weeping maple tree (Streamline Trees) Jaw saw (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) 4 hours of bobcat / excavation work within Alexandra District (Murrindindi Earthmoving, David / Anne Baird) 1 hour of bob-cat / mini excavator work within Alexandra District (Alexandra Crane and Bobcat Hire, Greg Rennie) 50 square metres of turf - Sun lover variety (HG Turf) 1 metre concrete, delivered in Alexandra area (Alex. Readymix) 20 litre chain bar oil (Gordon/Janine Simpson, Caltex) 1 metre concrete, delivered in Alexandra area (Alex. Readymix) 4 hours of labour (James Kidd / Corey Jack / Jarrod Williamson) 7 day hire of 3 cubic metre skip bin in Alexandra area (Alex. Skip Bins) $500 voucher (AW Cabinets, Brad Miljkovic) 1 metre concrete, delivered in Alexandra area (Alex. Readymix) 4 hours of bobcat work within Alexandra District (ITEC Earthworks, Clifford Brady) Echo CS 420 ES Chainsaw and fuel can (Bowens / Hedger Constructions) 1 x Stanley Tool Box 56 cm (Bowens / Hedger Constructions) 1 x fire pit (Ben Cooper) Patio gas heater (Foodworks) Stihl MS 310 chainsaw (AFNC) Guitar (anonymous) Timber kennel peaked roof (Yenckens / Hedger Constructions) And more stuff to come in. If you would like to donate an item for the Auction please contact Ray Steyger on 5772 2627. Full auction lists will be available on Saturday at the Club rooms. If you cannot attend the function but are interested in purchasing an item or items, you can register a phone bid with Ray Steyger on 5772 2627. Entry is free and everyone is welcome. - Ray Steyger

● The Local Paper welcomes results from all codes of local sport. We prefer to receive results by 8pm Sunday nights, but we will take results until 10am Mondays. Email results to editor@ LocalPaper.com.au


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