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Bridge will restart in weeks Bridge works have been on hold during the summer shutdown. Locals and vistors can expect to see more progress from February onwards. Currently the most visible works is a temporary platform that will assist the construction of the new bridge.
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WORK on reconstructing a new Barwon Heads Bridge is due to restart again at the end of this month. Construction on the first phase of the project – building a working platform – has been halted for safety reasons over the summer holiday period. Work to reconstructing the iconic bridge was controversially started earlier last year and is being done in three stages.
This involves rebuilding the existing road bridge as well as building a new, safer pedestrian bridge. According to VicRoads, the reconstructed road bridge will feature the heritage character of the existing landmark while making sure it meets the necessary safety and load bearing requirements to be able to continue carrying traffic. The pedestrian bridge will be built 10 metres downstream and will improve safety for
PUBLIC NOTICE CAT CURFEW INTRODUCED The City of Greater Geelong has introduced a cat curfew, which means cats must be kept indoors or securely confined between sunset and sunrise.
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pedestrians, cyclists and anglers. VicRoads reports that work has “progressing well”, with permanent and temporary works being carried out to plan. A number of structures are now under construction that will be used to build the new bridge. The most visible new structure is the temporary works platform located between the existing bridge and the new downstream pedestrian
bridge. This is providing a working platform from which the two permanent bridges can be built. The platform is nearly complete and is expected to be finished early this year. While the second stage of the main road bridge is being built early this year, the downstream pedestrian bridge will carry Barwon Heads bound traffic. More details are available from the VicRoads website.
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Implementation of this curfew has now commenced and we will assist cat owners with advice and information. All registered cat owners will receive a letter and brochure outlining the cat curfew requirements next week. This is a key recommendation from the City’s Domestic Animal Management Plan, developed in consultation with residents. Keeping a cat indoors at night helps protect it from cat fights, disease and car accidents. It also helps protect local wildlife. Contrary to popular belief, cats don’t have to roam. In fact, cats kept indoors at night generally live at least three times longer than cats allowed to roam. Cats must also be refrained from roaming uninvited onto other people’s properties during the day. This will avoid situations where cats sometimes destroy plants, attack birds, damage items, defecate in gardens, fight with other cats and create other nuisance situations.
For details on cat confinement and how to cat proof your fence or build a cat enclosure go to www.geelongaustralia.com.au or pick up a brochure from any City of Greater Geelong Customer Service Centre or call us on 52725272.
OCEAN Grove firefighters were first on the scene when a passerby reported a power pole was ‘sparking and arcing’ electricity at the junctions of Presidents Avenue and Park Lane shopping strip. Crews cordoned off the area on Friday morning until Powercor arrived to deal with the pole. Often the power poles can catch fire when dust, salt and wind combine.
quick news Fire danger AS the Voice went to press a Code Red fire warning was issued for the first time in our region this week. We will endeavour to update our website and make additional reports if needed. Key information is available at www.oceangrovecfa. com.au or through K-Rock, ABC radio or SKY news TV stations.
Mozzies down CITY Mayor John Mtchell says recent mosquito surveys suggest numbers are “significantly down” compared to this last time year. He said light trap readings are made on a fortnightly basis at Ocean Grove and other Bellarine locations show that numbers of adult mosquitoes are measurably less than last year and this is despite a much greater rainfall in the lead up to summer. The City uses a combination of aerial application and ground level treatment to control mosquitoes in the common breeding sites around the Bellarine Peninsula. The mosquito control products used in aerial spraying are larvicides called Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) and s-Methoprene. “These products only affect mosquito larvae,” Cr Mitchell said. “Humans, animals, and the general environment will not be adversely affected by the aerial treatments.” He said that the aim of the City’s mosquito management program was to reduce mosquito numbers to moderate levels, as it was not feasible to eliminate all airborne mosquitoes. Cr Mitchell said it was important for residents to be mindful when collecting water for reuse, to check for larvae, keep gutters clean, and empty or cover buckets of water.
Spooked Spider back beside her STAFFY cross Spider is safely home after scaring the life out of his owner Megan Tibaldi. As with many rescue dogs, Spider came with ‘issues’. Issues like loud noises, being left behind and probably stranger danger are pretty typical. Add to that Megan and Spider had only recently relocated to Ocean Grove from rural Queensland. So he was still acclimatising to the Grove’s new sounds. But Megan had to take off at Christmas and five-year-old Spider was being cared for by friends for a few days. “One of our friends came around to feed the pets on Boxing Day while we were away in Queensland for Christmas,” said Megan. However, as Megan explained: “Spider got excited and accidentally got let out of the yard.” Megan contacted the Voice to help locate her pet who is registered and microchipped. “Your help would be much appreciated, as we are very worried about him,” she wrote. We were all set to put out an appeal and then Megan contacted us again, this time to say
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he’d been found. “He actually got hit by a car on Shell Rd and then kept running! “We were very worried because he was missing for so long. We got a call on New Year’s Eve day from some people on Shell Road and he had been in their yard hiding the entire time! “They were finally able to read his tags because he came out to swim in
their wading pool.” To add to Megan’s stress her plane back was delayed and then the storm and fireworks spooked Spider again and he ran away again before they got home. In the end Spider was found – again hiding. “Luckily a man over on Montague Way found him inside his car in the morning! “He is still acclimatising
to the urban noises. For example, the sound of people splashing in their pools scares him. He doesn’t usually run away when we’re home, but he’s a lot more insecure when we’re not there. “Yes we are very relieved. He’s a crazy boy.” Send us your doggie tales: news@ oceangrovevoice.com
Go fly a kite - at Main Beach on Australia Day OCEAN Grove Barwon Heads Lions will again be offering free kite flying on Australia Day January 26. The Lions Kite Flying Family Day starts at 10am and includes free kite making for all children and free Aussie face painting for all. Be early as numbers are limited and the event usually proves very popular. For more details call Lion Colin Lowne on 5255 1232.
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quick news Go for a grant Ocean Grove is discovering the rewards that many towns around Australia are experiencing by having its own Community Enterprise. The first community grant round for 2010 is now open to Ocean Grove based organisations. If your community group has a project that needs some local funding support, the Ocean Grove Community Enterprise will consider offering grant money and applications are now open. OGCE Chairman, Jon Mamonski explains, “Our purpose is to support local organisations who find it difficult to attract sponsorships and project funding. “The Ocean Grove Community Enterprise has a dedicated team of local community leaders that work hard to raise money for local groups and the current grant round gives local organisations the chance to get their important projects off the ground.” Applications and guidelines can be downloaded from www. oceangrovece.org and must be lodged by Wednesday 26 January.
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Mark Ginn, Leigh Norquay, Chris Pitfield and Des Every are helping organse Collendina Cricket Club’s 20 year celebrations.
MORE than 600 senior and junior players have pulled on the whites for Collendina Cricket Club in its first 20 years. Stat’s man Des Every ensures every run, catch, wicket and wide is logged in for records sake. Des and the club’s organisers have been pouring over the clubs achievements and characters as they prepare to celebrate their second decade with a reunion and family day later this month. It’s fitting that the club celebrated its most successful last year, with the A grade making the grand finals, B and D making finals, under 15s were champions and the under 17s made finals. A grade also currently top their ladder at the Christmas break. A previous great year was 92-93
when C grade won a grand final and B made it that far. Although they’re unlikely to get all 600 back for a catch up they’re hopeful they can muster a few old faces as they toast the growing success of ‘the other’ Ocean Grove cricket club. “It was originally founded by footy umpires who want to get together for the off season,” explained Chris Pitfield, one of the few remaining players from the club’s first ever game. That was a Bellarine B grade game against Newcomb. Unfortunately they lost that opening encounter but the club went on to win three of its first season games. Also in that original side was past president and club stalwart
Leigh Norquay and current surf lifesaving club president Peter Rankin. Other names of the day were Michael Kotiw, Andrew Haines, Jamie Cook, Mark Nolan, Terry Carter, Brad Lake, George Everett, Brad Wirth and Sam Mirable. It was Leigh Norquay and Michael Kotiw who are credited with founding the club and the clubrooms bear testimony to former’s tireless role. The club took on the name Cobras, which could have been Cougars, later on, at the suggestion of John Roberts. Roberts was an avid Carlton supporter who played in the early years and was behind the push for the blue and white colours. The key to the club’s success, all agreed, is the development of junior talent. By far the majority of it’s A graders have come through the junior ranks. Among them was Kade Norquay. Currently the A grade skipper, Kade played in the very first junior game, an under 12 fixture against neighbours Ocean Grove in 1991. That side also included brothers Dave, James and Luke Farrell, Carly Norquay, Chaya Kotiw, Sam Malady, John Broderick, Todd Downey, Joel White, Adam Crabtree, Justin White and Ben
Cashman. Several players have also gone on to play for Geelong, including Michael Fabris, Luke Buckland, Kade Norquay and currently Corey Walter. For the record the player with the highest total senior runs is current president Mark Ginn with 3,344, while Kade Norquay has amassed 3,733 with his junior career combined. Daniel Worn has taken the most wickets, currently 252, and still playing. The 20th anniversary celebrations will be held at the newly extended and renovated clubrooms in Minerva Close from 6pm on Saturday January 30. Finger food will be supplied with drinks at bar prices. During the day the club’s B grade side will be playing Angelsea so there’s a chance to catch up early on and cheer one of the current sides. A family day will also be held on the following Sunday 31 from 10am. The club will be putting on a 20/20 match between current players during the day. There will also be plenty of children’s activities including a jumping castle and Milo cricket. Lunch will include a spit roast, rsvp Mark Ginn at mark. firstname.lastname@example.org for catering purposes.
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Beach farewell to ‘09 NEW Year’s Eve 2009 and the beach was the place to be as the mercury nudged over the mid-30s. Ocean Grove was heaving in the high temperatures. They came in their thousands from Canberra, Ballarat and Melbourne - but there was still plenty of space on the pristine 10km sands.
Debbie from Greensborough: “We come here every year and stay at the campsite, I love it.”
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Junction gets worse every year Dear Editor Almost everyone has a view on the intersections of Presidents Ave and The Parade/The Terrace, mostly that it is nightmarish (re: Voice December 30). It is the worst designed traffic hub in Geelong, with the exception of the Malop St/ Gheringhap St disaster, and is getting worse every year. Vision to the right when turning out of The Parade from the carparks into Presidents is non-existent due mainly to the parked vehicles outside the new Target shopping complex. The congestion around this area is busy at most times of the year, but in holiday periods it is a frenetic. Not only is it dangerous for drivers, it is also a nightmare for pedestrians and cyclists. The passage of traffic around the entire area bounded by Presidents, The Terrace, needs to be re-designed to create a safer circuit for all users. I would suggest that all three parallel streets: The Terrace, The Parade and The Avenue between Presidents and Hodgson St should all be one way. This section of The Avenue is impassable for two cars most of the time due to parked cars, and should travel in the same direction as The Terrace. The traffic in
Parade traffic has recently been stationary backed up from Hodgson Street up to the Presidents Avenue junction.
and out of the carparks off The Parade is chaotic, with it being impossible to exit the carparks along this road without backing across two lanes of traffic. It should be one way in the opposite direction. Roundabouts at the Presidents and The Terrace/The Parade intersections would slow down traffic at this busy thoroughfare and keep traffic flowing out of the carparks. Now we just need the Council to fund it!!! If it is like anything in Grove that will be a long time
coming. P.S. Maybe it’s about time the local community organised some family entertainment down at the beach for New Years Eve, instead of allowing it to become a teenage hang out. Jo-Anne Britt Ocean Grove
Accident waiting to happen Dear Editor Hi - I do not have any first hand knowledge
of the bad road spot in Presidents Ave and Parade and Avenue, however, have had a few near misses on the following bad intersection. Travelling along Madeley Street from Field Street North Road, the first roundabout at Presidents intersection is a ‘crash waiting to happen’. It is impossible to see if vehicles are coming from the right due to very high trees close on road way plus usually a car parks on the nature strip right on the corner. Traffic travelling on Presidents
from the shopping centre usually fast and do not slow down therefore are on the roundabout before you have time to get over the intersection. Accidents waiting to happen...... Shauna Young Ocean Grove Send us your top ten traffic hazzards in Ocean Grove. Do we have more junctions that compare with Geelong’s controvertial Malop Street set up? Email: news@ oceangrovevoice.com or PO Box 54, Ocean Grove.
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day in the life - tony featherston
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Tony Featherston is general manager at Cottage by the Sea in Queenscliff, as well as living in Ocean Grove.
I HAVE been living in Ocean Grove for just six months now, having moved here from Grovedale where I spent the past nine years. I came here via extended stretches as a YMCA manager and recreation officer who lived among the cane-cutting cussers of Bundaberg, Queensland, and the hard-living folk of Alice Springs and Central Australia. l was primarily running YMCA centre’s and setting up recreation programs there. After 12 years of helping to establish and support a number of YMCA’s in Queensland, my wife Anita thought l might be a good fit for the Cottage and its burgeoning needs when the manager’s position was advertised in 2001, the rest is history as they say. I was born in Terang and spent the first 9 years of my life on a property near Mortlake which is in the Western Districts of Victoria. My first school was Darlington Primary School. I recall wining the grade 2 ‘most improved’ award. Not a terribly prestigious award considering there were only 3 kids in my year level. The whole school only had 26 kids and we were all in the one room with the same teacher. When we moved to Geelong l finished my primary years at St Margaret’s in East Geelong then attended East Technical College. My first memories of Ocean Grove are as a teenager, hitch hiking with my mates to Raffs beach we’re we learnt how to surf. We would often camp on the foreshore in the hope of catching an early morning
wave. If I wasn’t living here, I would probably still be living in Geelong and travelling down to Ocean Grove and 13th beach at every available opportunity. I’m General Manager of Cottage by the Sea, a not for profit children’s charity located in Queenscliff. We provide holidays for children in a fabulous environment. These children are from disadvantaged backgrounds and this ‘first time’ holiday is often the first time many have seen the ocean. I believe this region is the perfect location for one of Victoria’s great unsung institutions: the Cottage by the Sea. Cottage by the Sea, a two-storey building on a rise above the undulating Flinders Street that connects it to Queenscliff, it was built in 1890 at the behest of two women, a Miss Calder, of Melbourne, and Mrs G.H. Hitchcock, of Geelong, who adopted a Down Under version of a Ministering Children’s League founded by the Countess of Meath at her home, ‘Otter Shaw’, in Surrey, England. Cottage by the Sea, Queenscliff Inc. (which kept the League name until 1998) opened on December 7, 1895, to provide care and accommodation for children recovering from illness. The original timber building, just 300 metres from the waters of the bay, rotted and was replaced in 1938 by the present solid brick building rendered inside and out on a 1.2-hectare block from which a track runs through bush and tea-tree to the beach. Commandeered by the Defence
Department during World War II and used to accommodate the Red Cross, the cottage after the war took on the broader function of “providing short-term relief care in a holiday environment for children in need”. At the Cottage the children are the VIP’s, we aim to give them a fresh outlook on life, they see and experience so many good things that the value of the holiday and respite for the children, and their parents, is beyond any known measure. The cost of not providing it is perhaps to be seen in manifestations of vagrancy, vandalism, and behaviours that lead to court, and worse. As l work for a local charity most of my attention is given to ensuring its ongoing survival. As this requires over 1.5 million dollars a year and receives no government funding my time is ‘pretty much’ devoted to its cause. The great thing is that my role connects me with many Ocean Grove clubs, businesses and associations because so many support charities like Cottage by the Sea. When l have more free time in later years l hope to be able to contribute more directly to the Ocean Grove community. Usually I’m up around 6.30am, on occasion will head down for a surf, then breakfast and off to work. My duties are very varied, they range from managing the day to day operations of a busy children’s charity to raising public awareness about the services we provide, to seeking support to help raise the funds needed to continue the great
work that the Board, staff and volunteers provide. After work l’ll usually go for a walk along the river or beach or bike ride with my wife. I have always had a love of surfing and have recently taken up paddle boarding which l am enjoying. And of course there is the only AFL team worth being passionate about - the mighty Geelong Football Club. It’s always a challenge to get enough spare time for my passions. I tend to work a normal day but we have many fund raising events and speaking engagements at night and on weekends. Like most people in this busy world it would be great to have a little more time for recreation but l think that makes me appreciate what time l do have even more. As a newcomer to the Grove l am happy with the direction the town seems to be taking. It is growing while still maintaining its country feel. The best things are its locality. Unrivalled beaches, the river, lake and the old trees all make for a wonderful environment. If there is anything missing in Ocean Grove, l’m yet to discover it. Murfs Surf Shop is my favourite local shop because he has some great gear there and like so many Ocean Grove businesses, he’s a keen supporter of community and charity work. With the increasing population Ocean Grove is going to have to ensure that infrastructure is in place to provide new residents with adequate schooling, safe roads, parks and medical facilities. This could be challenging for local government. If I was mayor for a day, I’d push to get some more roundabouts around the town, starting with one at the bottom of Eggleston and another at Presidents – you can get stuck there for ages this time of year! I may be a little naïve but l would like to see the Terrace relatively unchanged, although parking may worsen unless alternative options can be found. If I could open a business in Ocean Grove, it would offer tours of the Ocean Grove area along with tickets for cruising trips along the river. My favourite part of Ocean Grove is my home. Apart from that it’s the proximity to some of the best beaches you will find anywhere in Australia. Why go away for a holiday when the perfect holiday destination is at your door step.
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Summer fun Jirrahlinga Koala & Wildlife Sanctuary Hamish And Tehree Gordon and staff invite you to experience an intimate encounter with our Koalas, Dingoes, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Reptiles, Snakes, Wombats, Emus and many more species. Relax and enjoy our displays and specialised keeper talks. Jirrahlinga Koala and Wildlife Sanctuary is open from 9am till 5pm daily except for Christmas day, New Years day and Good Friday. For further information, please call 52 542 484, or call in to visit them at Taits Rd, Barwon Heads.
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Thomas the Tank Engine Peep! Peep! Thomas the Tank Engine is set to roll into The Bellarine Railway on December 27 and 28. This fun – filled event offers pre-schoolers and their families the opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine steam train, meet The Fat Controller. This Event now in its 4th year is an excellent day for all Thomas Fans and there is plenty for the whole family to enjoy. Troublesome Truck Rides behind Thomas, jumping castles, face painting, animal farm, Ride the Chair-O-Plane and Bulgy the Bus. Magician entertainment, sculpted balloons, Thomas
Movie Theatre, Thomas Craft Activity Centre and Driver Certificate for all Children Also Included: A 40 Minute Return Train Ride, Departing hourly between 10.30am3.30pm (Train time must be pre booked). Bookings at www. ticketek.com.au or 132 182 For further information please contact The Fat Controllers Secretary on (03) 5258 2069 or Visit www.bpr.org. au (please note this is a information source only)
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Also Included: A 40 Minute Return Train Ride, Departing hourly between 10.30am – 3.30pm (Train time must be pre booked) Bookings can be made through Ticketek at www.ticketek.com.au or calling 132 182 For further information please contact The Fat Controllers Secretary on (03) 5258 2069 or Visit www.bpr.org.au (please note this is a information source only)
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OCEAN Grove is a magnet for holidaymakers in the summer. It’s also blessed with some great attractions all situated within a half hour drive. What follows is a short guide to some of the exciting actitivies nearby – as well as some information on some more leisurely pursuits like a cruise or a crossword.
biltong and boerewors. They are open 7 days a week and their staff will help to find that special something for you from handcrafted artifacts and jewellery to homewares.
controlled interactions with wild dolphins and seals with a high emphasis on education, fun and adventure but without sacrificing the elements of environmental sustainability and safety.
Crosswords for Fun
Operating from historic Queenscliff, Victoria. Sea All Dolphins Swims is a nature based tourism business offering a wide range of marine experiences. Exploring the rich and diverse waters of Southern Port Phillip Bay presents opportunities to swim with wild dolphins and seals or snorkel on reefs of colourful fish, sea stars and sponges in unique marine national parks. Their mission is to provide the highest quality marine experience by conducting
• Crosswords for Fun is a puzzle site for all ages. • We offer an annual subscription and a range of great puzzling titles. • We can design puzzles for your website or business newsletter. • Raise funds for your school or charity with a Crosswords for Fun puzzle drive. • Earn extra income running Crosswords for Fun parties. Contact Catherine on 0458 591 788 for more information.
Gamerec Gamerec Charters have opened their new premises on Queenscliff Harbour offering an arrangement of Charters ranging from Offshore Fishing Trips for Snapper, Salmon, Sharks, plus many more species to bay fishing trips for families. Gamerec Charters will also be offering Extreme Jet Boat Rides as well as their ever popular Sunset & the original Ghost Cruises. The shop will be stocking a range of bait & tackle, snacks, ice, Drinks and have an interesting arrangement of fish taxidermy and photos. Gift Vouchers will also be available for all activities. Rod Hire is also available to those who want to try their
premium cool maritime climate wines
luck in the Harbour or on the piers. We will set you up with the right gear, bait and best fishing spot to go to. Gamerec Charters are situated at Shop 2, 6 Wharf Street, Queenscliff Harbour and are open 7 days a week early til late. Contact phone: 5258 2802 or check their website on www. gamerec.com
sensational sounds from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Enjoy stunning platters, stone based pizzas, Yum Cha Bamboo Pots and other seasonal culinary offerings. Open 7 days January. P (03) 5253 3180 www.leuraparkestate.com.au.
Leura Park Estate Leura Park Estate vineyard is a must. Instant cheer is assured from the charm and friendly atmosphere of the rustic Cellar Door. Delight in tasting the award winning wines – estate-grown and predominantly hand picked. Every Sunday, kick back to
EXOTIC, COLOURFUL & VERY BOLD - Cushions - Drums - Jewellery - Pictures - Masks - Candles & Holders - Biltong & Boerewors - Christmas Decorations And More...
Phone 5222 2524 3/340 Pakington Street, Newtown (River End) OPEN 7 DAYS
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PUZZLES FOR THE HOLIDAYS!!
Summer holidays are great fun, but you can enjoy them even more by doing some puzzles!
A Crosswords for Fun Annual membership provides puzzles for the whole family - crosswords, codewords, word-ﬁnds and Sudoku. New puzzles are added every week. Visit www.crosswordsforfun.com.au to purchase your membership today.
sensational wines in a funky, rustic chic setting • guided tastings • award winning wines
• stunning Pizzas & Platters • seXY suMMer salads
1400 Portarlington road, Curlewis via geelong P. 5253 3180
• live MusiC sundaYs 60’s, 70’s, 80’s
Cellar Door: open WeekenDs & publiC HoliDays 10:30am–5pm, 7 Days in january
A special oﬀer to readers of Ocean Grove Voice: Purchase a 12 month membership and receive an extra 3 months at no extra charge. Please include SUMMER in the promo code at the time of purchase.
Ph: 5259 1788
Gamerec Charters www.gamerec.com
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Daily charters operating every day Single or group bookings Fish for:
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- Sharks - Snapper - Kingfish - Lrg Barracouta - Tiger Flathead - King George Whiting - Southern Calamari
Experience Spectacular Sights at the golden time of Sunset Get Up Close with Spectacular Luxury Liners as they Cruise Through Port Phillip Heads to far off Destinations. Enjoy Watching the Bay’s Friendly Dolphins and Cheeky local Seals at Play...
Fri 15th Jan Sat 16th Jan Fri 22nd Jan Sat 23rd Jan Tues 26th Jan
Sunset & View Cruise Ship Silver Whisper Sunset Cruise viewing Seals & Dolphins Ghost Cruise Ghost Cruise Sunset & View Cruise Ship Diamond Princess
All gear provided and all fish cleaned Fishing Port Phillip Heads and Bass Strait
(On all trips we endeavour to see Seals and Dolphins) For Bookings Phone: 5258 2802 | www.gamerec.com | Shop 2, 6 Wharf Street, Queenscliff Harbour
Book now on 5258 2802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ultimate Family Adventure
Looking for something different to do with the family this summer? Why not swim with dolphins and seals an amazing experience you’ll never forget with a friendly and experienced crew, suitable for everyone. Departing every morning and afternoon, this fun-filled 3.5 hour trip includes: All equipment supplied - no experience necessary Qualified Life Saving Victoria approved snorkel instructors Snorkel at Popes Eye (Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park) Snorkel with Seals and Bottlenose Dolphins (if present) Refreshments (snacks, fruit and drinks)
Australian Fur Seals
Gift Vouchers available for Christmas!
Phone: (+613) 5258 3889 Email: email@example.com
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Jazzing it up Ballet, Jazz & Contemporary Beginner to Advanced RAD ballet syllabus NEW 3yr & 4yr Dance Play classes YOU’VE had country, you’ve had metal and you’ve had delta blues and … Now the Chicken Shop is bringing jazz to the Grove, in the form of the Anton Delecca Quartet. The Quartet established themselves in 2001, performing regularly at Bennetts Lane Jazz Club in Melbourne and at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, resulting in the release of their debut album Flow. In 2008 after working on separate projects the Quartet re-formed with the highly esteemed rhythm section of pianist Marc Hannaford, bassist Jonathan Zion (acoustic bass) and drummer Daniel Farrugia. Anton Delecca and Daniel Farrugia are both key members of internationally renowned band The Bamboos, and over the past few years have fulfilled extensive performing, touring and recording commitments with that group. Both are also featured on the soundtrack
for the Nintendo Wii game ‘De Blob’, the first version receiving critical acclaim worldwide, with the second installment coming soon. In the last year Delecca has debuted a UK version of the Quartet in London at the cult jazz night Jazzlive @ The Crypt and performed regularly with both the Cam McAllister Sextet and the Daniel Gassin Sextet. He has also recorded several albums with various groups including ‘Pazit’ with the Australian Jewish Music Ensemble. He has performed with Odean Pope (Max Roach Quartet), Arthur Blythe (World Saxophone Quartet), LA trumpet maestro Wayne Bergeron (‘The Incredibles’ soundtrack), NYC Latin Soul singer Joe Bataan, New Orleans piano legend Eddie Bo, UK vocalist Alice Russell and UK producer Will Holland’s Quantic Soul Orchestra. And has also studied in New York City with master saxophonists Dave
Liebman, George Garzone and Chris Potter. The Anton Delecca Quartet are playing at the Piping Hot Chicken Shop on Friday January 22 as part of a new program that will feature more jazz musicians. Entry is $10.
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Director: Kellie Williamson Ph: 0418 404 543 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.bellarinedance.com
‘Club Grove’ Courtesy Bus
Book your seat by calling the Club on: 5255 1540
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And with Chris Wilson.
and roll, country and rockabilly, with twang and ease. Along the way the packed Chicken Shop got to see Mr Wilson and harmonica join her for Not Fade Away and Junes members taking the stage for guitar, double bass and fiddle sets.
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Above: Marisa Quigley aka Chubby Rae, right Suspicious Aloysius, and below Jill Meehan will all be playing at the Ocean Grove Summer Festival in the Terrace on Sunday January 17. Admission is free.
LAST year Ocean Grove was dancing in the streets to the poguish Go Set. This year they’ll be getting down to rockin’ blues and downtown funky sounds. Headlining the festival is Chubby Rae & The Elevators – a band that is bent on vibed-up, good-time blues – and they follow on from soul brothers Geoff Achison and Suspicious Aloysius. Marisa Quigley, aka Chubby Rae, the 6’2” redheaded soulful powerhouse, sings the blues like there’s no tomorrow, delivering a fantastic voice and fabulous stage presence. The Elevators are dedicated blues men, with Jim Dyson, the “Boss of the Boogaloo” on guitar and slide and Karl Inderberg and Craig Chiller holding it all together on drums and bass, Chubby Rae & the Elevators dig deep into blues traditions to lay down grooves that even a corpse could move to. Ain’t that what the blues is for? Chubby Rae & the Elevators
have released two award winning albums; their second and selfpenned “She Gets Unruly” winning both Album of the Year and Female vocalist of the Year at The Australian Blues Music Festival CHAIN awards in 2007. As well as playing their regular gigs in and around Geelong and Melbourne, Chubby Rae & the Elevators have been wowing audiences with their uplifting and infectious shows at music festivals all over Australia. Seven-piece funk outfit Suspicious Aloysius started out in 2007 playing around the Warrnambool area to a healthy following of funk loving party going supporters. However these days the band spreads itself far and wide with members calling Jan Juc, Nullawarre, Port Fairy and Melbourne home. Comprising of a driving rythym section, howling horn section, powerful keys, guitar and vocals, the band brings the stage alive
with songs from artists and bands such as, Parliament, Freak Power, Stevie Wonder, The Commodores, Curtus Mayfield, Wizards of Ooze, Galactic, James Brown, Ohio Players, Tower of Power, Sly and the Family Stone, and Kool and the Gang. Suspicious Aloysius are Michael Murphy on Vocals/Guitar, Dave Lodge on Keyboards, Matt Story on Trumpet, Shelly Ryan on Tenor Sax, Dave Corrin on Bass, Chris Hedges on Drums and Dennis Stevenson on Trombone and Trumpet. Born in Malmsbury in central Victoria, Geoff Achison discovered Eric Clapton at age nineteen, and his life has never been the same. He moved to Melbourne in the late 1980s to pursue his dream of playing the blues. Geoff formed a friendship with Bob Sedergreen during this period and played for a while with Bob Sedergreen’s Bluesbusters. He then put his experience to use by forming the band Just
Blues, which gigged around Melbourne for two years, and eventually gained the choice support gig for Roy Buchanan. In 1989, Geoff met Dutch Tilders, and shortly thereafter joined Dutch in his band, the Blues Club. He stayed with that band for five years, until, in 1994, he left to concentrate on his own career. He is now considered by many to be one of the finest guitarists in Australia. Geoff has received numerous awards worldwide, including the 1993 Beale Street Blues Society Talent Contest (First Prize), 1994 Australian Blues Performer of the Year (Runner Up), and was the recipient of the Albert King Award at the 1995 U.S. International Blues Competition. He is also the first guitarist from outside the US to receive an endorsement from Gibson Guitars. Also on this strong bill are local blues favourites Sambrose Automobile and Jill Meehan. The events of the day will run as
follows. Also see reverse of this page for performance program. Event: Sunday January 17 from 10am-9pm. Kidzone from 10am4pm. Market from 10am-5pm. Community stage from 10am-4pm. Main stage 1pm-9pm.
Surfing stands up at festival Bakery Outlet DELICATESSEN
- 25 Pie Varieties - 3 Pastie Varieties - 3 Sausage Roll Varieties -
Take Me Home hand-made ready to eat pasta range.
In store now.
Phill Page from Sea Me Surf Photography and Rich Bartle from Strapper Surf will be providing a Stand Up Paddle Board Display. They will have everything from 12ft rhino chasers to 8ft short board SUPS and locally hand made wooden paddles. Stand Up Paddle boarding images taken by Phill and Kristi Page at local breaks along the Surf Coast and at the Merimbula Mambo Competition in NSW will also be on display to show just how far the sport has progressed in the last 12 months. Weather permitting a small green screen will be set up for the kids to get posters made on the day.
Come in and see our freshly made Sandwiches and Rolls. All priced from $2.50 to $4.00
Wholesale Prices Shop 2, 96 The Parade, Ocean Grove
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Thursday January 14 8pm: Piping Hot Chicken Shop. Live music with Chris Wilson, Sarah Carroll and The Pirates of Beer. $15
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Mondays 6.30 pm: Bar Deli – Open Mic night 7 pm – 8.30 pm: Line Dancing at the Ocean Grove Senior Citizens Hall, 101 The Terrace. Elaine 0413 690 597
Saturday January 23 7.30 – 11.30: Club Grove – Karaoke
Wednesday January 27 – Saturday January 30 GPAC and the English National Ballet presents Angelina Ballerina - Angelina’s Star Performance. GPAC, 50 Little Malop Street. Ph: 5225 1200
Saturday January 16 7.30 – 11.30: Club Grove – Live music with Matt Orchard Sunday January 17 10am: Ocean Grove Summer Festival, The Terrace, Ocean Grove. Live bands, stalls, childrens craft. 1pm: Zebra Bar, The Rustys
Tuesdays 7.45 – 10 pm: Ocean Grove Scottish Country Dance - meet at the Marcus Hill Hall Cnr of Banks Rd & Bellarine Highway. Contact D Pearce 52552858.
Saturday January 30 7.30 – 11.30: Club Grove – Live music with James Carrigg Sunday January 31 10.30: Woodlands Auctions, 16 Grubb Road. Auction, with viewing Saturday 30 from 1-6 p.m. & Sunday 9-10.30am.
Friday January 22 8pm: Piping Hot Chicken Shop – Live music with the Anton Delecca Quartet - Jazz band. Start to our 2010 Jazz program. $10
Wednesdays 1 pm – 3 pm: Line Dancing at the Ocean Grove Senior Citizens Hall, 101 The Terrace. Elaine 0413 690 597 Thursdays 7.30pm: Simon Lewis at Tranquility Base, Grubb Road (see below) 9–12pm: Barwon Heads Hotel – karaoke in the bak bar
Fridays 5-6pm: Barwon Heads Hotel - Happy hour in the bak bar 6.30pm: Bar Deli – Live music with “Ian at Bar Deli”. Range of cover songs from artists such as Leonard Cohen and Jim Croce Saturdays 5 – 9pm: Ocean Grove Hotel – Open mic 6.30pm: Bar Deli – Live music with Greig McInerney Sundays 1pm – 3pm: Barwon Heads Hotel – Free kids entertainment in the bistro
Grover returns with worldly sound and vision A FRAGRANT mixture of chilled beats and evocative grooves, One World Music recording artist Amanaska aka Simon Lewis will be performing tracks from his highly lauded release ‘Circles’ every Thursday this month. Live visuals created by Amanaska will be projected around the venue and synchronised with the music, and help tell the story of the world adventures that led to the creation of ‘Circles’. Simon has recently returned to his hometown of Ocean Grove to live after several years away and world tours that included performances in North America, all around northern Europe and finishing up at the famous Notting Hill Carnival in London. ‘Circles’ has received widespread critical praise for its consummate melding of world and electronic influences. Tracks from ‘Circles’ can be found on many compilations released around the world including ‘Buddha Bar Vol 9’. ‘Circles’ is a cultural feast of eclectic music for lovers of world fusion. Simon has created a global musical masterpiece that was recorded in the UK, USA, India and Melbourne. This mid to down-tempo
album is a richly layered musical experience that blends organic sounds and electronica, with worldly and spiritual influences. A supreme mix of female and male vocals and ethnic harmonies with beautiful string arrangements, the album features earthy percussive elements and moody hypnotic rhythms and beats to get your head nodding. This lushly produced collection of tracks transports the listener through everything from chilled beats, to vibrant grooves and encapsulates a mood of sophistication and innovation that sets a new benchmark in the global fusion genre. Put simply, ‘Circles’ takes the listener on a journey that leaves an indelible musical impression. Simon was a student at Ocean Grove primary from prep to grade 6 then the old Queenscliff High School to year 12. This will be his first show in the area showcasing his work as Amanaska and coincides with his decision to settle back in his home town with his family after extensive travels. He will also be recording new tracks for a future album. Tranquility Base, Grubb Road – near Amaze ‘N’ Games. Cover charge $10 at the door show starts 7.30pm
Much travelled musician Amanaska aka Simon Lewis is performing at Tranquility Base this month.
Ocean Grove Bridge Club, 7.30pm, Marcus Hill Hall, Bellarine Highway end of Banks Road. Also Wednesdays and Fridays 1pm. Enquiries - Marg Wylie 5256 2550 Bellarine Table Tennis Club, 7.30pm - 9pm. (juniors/seniors) at the Memorial Hall, 123 The Avenue, Ocean Grove Ph.52551641.
Jujitsu, 6.30pm: Juniors; 7.30pm Adults, Surfside Centre, Steve Cosgrave 0405 022084
First Monday of every month
Third Wednesday of every month
Bellarine Fly Fishing Association, 7.30pm: Bellarine Secondary College. Contact Tony on 0409 545929. Legacy Laurel Group of Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads, 1.30pm at St Peter’s Ch Hall, Draper St. Details 5256 1863. Ocean Grove Ladies Probus, 10am: Ocean Grove Golf Club. Thelma Evans on 5255 1806.
Third Monday of every month Ocean Grove RSL. 2.30pm at Club Grove. Committee meets at 1.30pm, The Terrace. Ocean Grove Garden Club. 1.30pm: Uniting Church Hall, Eggleston St. Enquiries, pls contact June McLellan on 5255 1399
Fourth Monday of every month Combined Probus Club of Ocean Grove, 10.30am to 12..30pm: Surfside Centre, inquiries 5255 5515. Friendship is our theme.
Tuesdays Bellarine Table Tennis Club,10am-12 noon (adults only) at the Memorial Hall, 123 The Avenue, Ocean Grove. Ph.52551641. Bellarine T.O.W.N, 6pm: Uniting Church Hall, cnr Eggleston Street and The Parade. Contact Glenda 5255 5463. Rotary Club of Ocean Grove, 6pm at Ocean Grove Hotel.
First Tuesday of every month Ocean Grove Men’s Probus. 10am-12noon at the Ocean Grove Hotel, Collendina. Guest speakers., make friends. Visitors welcome For details please contact Geoff on 5255 4355.
First and Third Tuesday of every month Ocean Grove Barwon Heads Lions Club, 7pm Moorfield Park, Grubb Road.
Third Tuesday of every month Ocean Grove branch of the Liberal Party. St Peter’s Church Hall, Draper Street. Contact Ben on 0420 374 032.
Second Wednesday of every month Parkinson’s Self Help Support Group, 1.30pm: Grove Centre (next to library), Presidents Ave. For details contact Pam on 5255 5152 Ocean Grove on Barwon Probus Club, 9.45am, St Peter’s Ch Hall.
Fourth Wednesday of every month Ocean Grove Angling Club. 7.30pm: Minerva Close sporting oval club house. Contact: Jason Bowers 0418 737 808
Last Wednesday of every month Cancer Support Group, 10am, Community Health Centre.
Fourth Wednesday of every month Ocean Grove Stamp Club, 10am: Senior Citizens Hall, 101 The Terrace. For more details contact Dianne on 5255 1372.
Thursdays Bellarine Table Tennis Club, 10am-12 noon(adults only) at the Memorial Hall, 123 The Avenue, Ocean Grove. Ph. 52551641.
First Thursday of every month Ocean Grove Nightlights CWA, 7.30pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, visitors welcome. Enquiries Faye 5255 4430.
Fridays Uniting Church Outreach Coffee Morning, 10.30am, Hibiscus Cafe.
Fourth Friday of every month Ocean Grove 4 Villages Mixed Probus Club, 10.30am, the Surfside Centre. Meet new friends, visitors welcome. Call 5256 2037
· Send your clubs meet details to: email@example.com
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grove’s tranquilty fair
Fair proves the
FAIR shoppers thronged Ocean Grove Park last week to enjoy its annual alternative market, exhibits and live music. The Ocean Grove Tranquillity Fair has now be running for 13 years and it’s getting stronger and stronger. Always held in early January the success of each event can be at the behest of Mother Nature. This year organisers say an overcast and mild day prove to be one of the best. Too hot and the crowds hit the beach, too cold and windy
and they’ll go elsewhere. Not this year where the crowds were just as content to mill around the park’s largest ever market or sit and watch one of the headline live bands. Among those performing was Collard Greens and Gravy, the Little Stevies and the Junes. The event is the major fund raiser for maintenance and improvements at Ocean Grove Park.
HEYWARD CONSTRUCTIONS P/L
Nick Heyward Ph: 0412 121 906 Fax: 5254 2274
firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 1075, Barwon Heads 3227
REGISTERED B U I L D I N G PRACTITIONER
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Little Stevies drummer Josh Barber.
Fun on the fairground rides.
Massage and Holidays Improving your quality of life Go Together PIES
GREAT AUSSIE PIE COMPETITION 2009 7 Varieties Entered - 7 Silver Medals!
Beef Steak Pie Chunky Workers Pie Beef & Burgundy Pie Country Lamb Pie Breakfast Pie Satay Chicken Pie Curried Scallop Pie Ocean Grove 12 Park Lane Ph: 5256 1517
40 Hesse Street Ph: 5258 1533
We Offer: Remedial Massage Bowen Ear Candeling Hot Stone Massage Lymphatic Drainage
Please allow 24 - 48 hours notice for all bookings
Call 5255 3358 for an appointment 74 Madeley St, Ocean Grove www.ogmassage.com
grove’s tranquilty fair
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Rose Keyes-Tiley and Adam from Elwood.
Miki, Deb, Taiki and Juki from Ocean Grove.
The Grand Dining Room Restaurant now has a superb 5 course tasting menu consisting of the very best local produce. For those who would like a truly memorable experience each course can be matched with a fantastic local wine. 5 courses tasting menu is $75 per person or with matched wines $110 per person. Traditional a la carte menu is also still available. Bookings preferred. 46 Hesse Street, Queenscliff
www.vuegrand.com.au Local band My Dog opened the music stage at this year’s Tranquility Fair.
Fairy Melody and Hayley Maloney (4) from Ocean Grove.
BITS IT SERVICES Provides:
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Computer upgrades On-site and remote repairs Low cost service Virus & Malware removal Data backup & recovery Hardware & software purchases Give Shaun a call on 03 5255 3925 to discuss options today!
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$4 MILLION RENOVATION AND
The Ocean Grove Bowling Club is set t to the Ocean Grove landmark tha
‘Club Grove’ will commence building Ocean Grove’s newest hospitality destination venue in March. At a cost of $4 million the fully refurbished and extended Club will include a 180 seat Brassiere, Café/Coffee Shop, 100 seat Sports Bar, 180 seat Function Centre, Extensive Bars and a new fully catered Members Lounge with seating for 180 members. The redevelopment of one of Victoria’s leading and multi award winning Clubs will see ‘Club Grove’ transform into one of the finest and most diverse hospitality venues in Australia. The Club aims to be the benchmark in design and quality fit-out with a focus on customer service excellence and the provision of great products. A key part of the Club’s redevelopment is a very “real” focus on food and beverage which in part will enable the Club to reposition itself to expand into three new markets: events and functions; families; and the corporate trade. The venue will target conferences, weddings, special occasions, meetings, exhibitions and offer entertainment including new talent and dinner shows. This exciting project is designed to attract new patrons and keep existing members coming back. The Club will continue to trade throughout the renovation and extension period and has invited 4 builders to tender for the project which will be completed late 2010 in time for the festive season. Function bookings will be taken well in advance of this date to allow the Club to be fully booked when the doors open.
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D EXTENSION OF ‘CLUB GROVE’
to attract a whole new demographic at has been operating since 1954
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Cafe & All Occasions Catering Ph: 5253 1133 Open 7 Days 7am - 4:30pm Drysdale Village Shopping Centre
Now open 7 days
Mon-Sat: breakfast, lunch and dinner; Sun breakfast & lunch
New Lunch Menu Available Book now for your Christmas function New Menu Available - Food Served All Day
An ideal and unique natural setting for your special occasion Mon-Fri 10am-late Weekends 8am-late Happy Hour Mon-Fri 4-6pm The Jetty, Jetty Rd, Barwon Heads, Vic 3227
64b The Terrace, Ocean Grove. Ph 5255 1521
Ph: (03) 5254 1277 Fax: (03) 5254 3221 E: email@example.com W: www.attheheads.com.au
LICENSED RESTAURANT & CAFE Open 7 Days a Week 2nd - 25th January breakfast • 9.00am-11.30am lunch • 11.30am-2.30pm dinner • Thursday, Friday & Saturday 6pm-late Coffee & Cake - Drinks - Functions Happy Hour Friday 3pm-6pm BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Air-Conditioned Off Street Parking Al Fresco Dining Cnr Bellarine Hwy & Homestead Ave, Wallington
Phone: 5250 1199 Only 15 minutes from Geelong
New Summer Menu ~ Chargrilled Portland prime cuts ~ Freshest local seafood ~ Balcony/alfresco dining
~ Bellarine’s only truly authentic Italian dining experience ~ Vegetarians and Children catered for Lunch: Thurs - Sun Dinner: 7 Days a Week Upstairs, 62 The Terrace Phone: 03 5255 5991
Cellar Door Now Open 11am to 5pm weekends, Public Holidays and every day in January Wine tasting and Sales All Day Gourmet Tasting Platters Maritime and Automotive Memorabilia Display and Classic Car Exhibition Multi Award Winning Wines New - Abalone Sales
225 Swan Bay Road, Wallington Phone 5250 5760
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CFA ‘s window on weather
Ocean Grove CFA’s fully functional weather station is positioned halfway up the hose tower at the Shell Road fire station.
WITH prevailing weather conditions now playing an increasing role in determining bushfire risk, better knowledge of the relationship between temperature, humidity and wind direction is more ammunition for Ocean Grove fire fighters as we enter the risky season. A group of local brigade volunteers has taken it upon themselves to grab the technological advantage. Since moving into their new fire station in Shell Road a year and a half ago, the brigade has gone about setting up its own weather station halfway up their lofty hose tower. Over time they’ve developed a good record of trends in heat, cold, rain, humidity and wind direction. Now though they’ve taken a step further and have also made it available to the public through the brigade’s own website. This new free facility went live just before Christmas and gives the public the most accurate live weather reporting available for the town. Linking the weather station and the brigade’s website is a software program that has been
funded to the tune of $500 by the local Rotary club. Captain Bob Smith admits to being a convert to its uses and now believes it is a “fantastic” facility for the brigade. Among the champions behind the project was brigade member Andrew Cooper. The IT guru who also looks after the website has helped install the software to get it up and running. Andrew explained that most of this has been pretty trouble free, apart that is, from nontechnological issues. Issues such as as galahs and cockatiels eating the weather station have been a problem. The initial station had to be replaced thanks to the damage caused. A cage may have to be installed if the birds continue to target the plastic equipment. Ocean Grove CFA will also be posting the new Fire Danger Ratings (FDRs) on the site. Victoria has adopted the new nationally agreed Fire Danger Rating scale to help communities understand information about fire danger. For more information go to www.oceangrovecfa.com. au.
Brigade Captain Bob Smith and their own IT guru Andrew Smith explain how the weather station works.
Details are fed wireslessly from the hose tower weather station to a consule and this is then communicated and interpreted by software on one of the brigade’s computers..
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Professional appointment only beauty salon
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Above: Ocean Grove’s weather station showing realtime weather. The weather station information is available to anyone on the internet by logging onto Ocean Grove CFA’s website: www.oceangrovecfa.com.au/weather. This has been made available thanks to the generocity of Ocean Grove Rotary Club which chipped in to purchase the software needed to translate the data. The next nearest weather station that is live on the internet covers Geelong and is housed in Grovedale.
Fitness for women on the go.
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OCEAN GROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
91 THE PARADE OCEAN GROVE | PHONE: 52554294 | WEB PAGE http://oceangrovenc.com Office open hours – Monday to Thursday 9am to 8pm and Friday 9am to 2pm
sessions (Includes bus and entry to pool) Venue: Wallington Aquatic Centre
Young Adults 12-17 Year Olds Drop-in Youth Group Friday 5th February 6pm to 9pm During school term Cost: $5.00 per week in house activities, external excursions approx $15.00
Beginners Tai Chi/Qi Gong Thursday 10.30am from 4th February Member Fee: $75.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $85.00 8x1 hour sessions Tutor: Sue Simpson
Basic Hand Drumming Saturday 1pm from 6th February Member Fee: $170.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $180.00 10x1 hour sessions Tutor: Scott McCutcheon Primary Activities Drawing Discovery (Ages 8-12) Thursday 4.30pm from 18th February Member Fee: $66.00 6x1 hour sessions Non Member: $76.00 6x1 hour sessions Tutor: David Bambrook Basic Hand Drumming Saturday 1pm from 6th February Member Fee: $170.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $180.00 8x1 hour sessions Tutor: Scott McCutcheon English and Maths Assistance (Ages 7-10) Tuesday 4.30pm from 2nd February and/or Tuesday 4.30pm from 2nd March Member Fee: $38.00 4x1 hour sessions Non Member: $48.00 Tutor: Janine Collier For Preschoolers Music and Movement (Ages 2-3) Monday 9.15am from 1st February Member Fee: $60.00 7x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $70.00 7x ¾ hour sessions Tutor: Mandy Brilliant Shining Stars (Ages 4-5) Monday 10.15 am from 1st February Member Fee: $60.00 7x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $70.00 7x ¾ hour sessions Tutor: Mandy Brilliant Playgroup (Ages 0-5) Tuesday 9.30am from 2nd February Friday 9.30am from 5th February Member Fee: $30.00 per term, for one day per child, $45.00 for two days or 2 children one day per week. 8x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $40.00 per term, for one day per week, $55.00 for two days per week. 8x1½ hour sessions Tutor: Lisa Davis 3 Year Old Playgroup Tuesday 11.15am from 2nd February Member Fee: $40.00 8x2 hour sessions Non Member: $50.00 Tutor: Lisa Davis Nationally Recognised Training Workplace First Aid Level 1 Friday 9.00am on 19th February or Saturday 9.00am on 13th March Member Fee: $85.00 1x7 hour sessions Non Member: $95.00 1x7 hour sessions Tutor: Kym Eden RTO: National First Aid Workplace First Aid Level 2 Friday 9.00am on 19th and 26th February or Saturday 9.00am on 13th and 20th March Member Fee: $85.00 (funded) or $150.00 (unfunded) Non Member: $95.00 (funded) o r $160.00 (unfunded) 2x7 hour sessions Tutor: Kym Eden RTO: National First Aid CPR Update Friday 9.00am on 19th February or Saturday 9.00am on 13th March Member Fee: $50.00 1x3 hour session Non Member: $60.00 1x3 hour session Tutor: Kym Eden RTO: National First Aid Emergency Asthma Management Thursday 7pm on 4th February Member Fee: $65.00 1x3 hour session
TAI CHI CONTINUING Monday 6pm from 1st February Member Fee: $65.00 7x1 hour sessions Non Member: $75.00 7x1 hour sessions Tutor: Sue Simpson
Non Member: $75.00 1x3 hour session Tutor: Kym Eden RTO: National First Aid Anaphylaxis and Epi-pen Training Thursday 7pm on 11th February Member Fee: $65.00 1x3 hour session Non Member: $75.00 1x3 hour session Tutor: Kym Eden RTO: National First Aid Certificate III in Aged Care Work (CHC30102) Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 6pm- 10pm starting 1st February Information Session: Wednesday 7pm on 20th January Fee: $430.00 (funded price including first aid. Additional charges for 1 text book at $75 to be purchased from OGNC, $25 for food safety practices including manual and OGNC family membership of $6.00) Payment plans available for this course. Clients may be entitled to parent return to earnings or centrelink entitlements to complete this course. Tutor: Kerry Wilson RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc. Certificate III in Education and Support Information session: Tuesday 16th February at 7pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9am3.15pm commencing 9th March 2010 Fee: $656.00 Tutor: Barry White RTO: Ocean Grove Neighbourhood Centre Inc. Responsible Service of Alcohol Certificate Thursday 10am on 4th March Member Fee: $55.00 1x3 hour session Non Member: $65.00 1x3 hour session Tutor: Steve Illingworth RTO: Leisure Networks COMPUTER CLASSES Computers fot Absolute Beginners Monday 9.30am from 8th February Member Fee: $60.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $70.00 4x2 hour sessions Tutor: Allan Prosser Computers for the Terrified! (Beginners) Wednesday 9.30am from 3rd February Member Fee: $70.00 (funded) 8x2½ hour sessions Non Member: $80.00 8x2½ hour sessions Tutor: Allan Prosser Computers for Blokes (Beginners) Tuesday 1pm from 2nd February Member Fee: $70.00 (funded) 8x2½ hour sessions Non Member: $80.00 8x2½ hour sessions Tutor: Allan Prosser Computers for the Not-so Terrified! (Intermediate computers) Wednesday 6.30pm from 3rd February Member Fee: $90.00 (funded) 8x2½ hour sessions Non Member: $100.00 8x2½ hour sessions Tutor: Allan Prosser
Trace Your Family Tree on the Internet - Beginners Geneology Wednesday 1.30pm from 17th February or Thursday 6.30pm from 18th February Member Fee: $96.00 6x2 hour sessions Non Member: $106.00 6x2 hour sessions Tutor: Lynne Webb Computer Drop-in Just learning the computer and still a bit unsure of what to do? Come along to the Centre and practice your computer skills with an experienced person on hand who can assist you if you get stuck. Please note this is not a computer class: drop in is designed to provide support and help only. Thursday 1pm from 4th February Fee: Gold Coin per session 8x2 hour sessions Introduction into Photoshop Monday 7pm from 1st February Member Fee: $80.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 4x2 hour sessions Tutor: John Walter Digital SLR Camera Course Monday 7pm from 1st, 15th and 22nd March and Tuesday 9th March Member Fee: $80.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 4x2 hour sessions Tutor: John Walter Intoduction to the Internet and Email Friday 9.30am from 5th February or Friday 9.30am from 5th March Member Fee: $80.00 4x2 hour sessions Non Member: $90.00 4x2 hour sessions Tutor: John Berry HEALTH & WELLBEING Yoga Tuesday 6pm from 2nd February or Tuesday 7.30pm from 2nd February Member Fee: $92.00 8x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $102.00 8x1½ hour sessions Tutor: Jann Kemp Peace of Mind & Body Yoga Wednesday 9.30am from 3rd February or Wednesday 6.30pm from 3rd February Member Fee: $92.00 8x1½ hour sessions Non Member: $102.00 8x 1½ hour sessions Tutor: Judy Stickland Itroduction to Meditation Thursday 6.30pm from 18th February Member Fee: $55.00 6x1 hour sessions Non Member: $65.00 6x1 hour sessions Tutor: Judy Stickland Meditation Group Thursday 7.45pm from 18th February Member Fee: $55.00 6x 1 hour sessions Non-Member: $65.00 6x 1 hour sessions Tutor: Judy Stickland Pre-natal Yoga Thursday 7pm from 4th February Bookings: Call Melanie McDonald on 0407 606 407 Or email: mbsyogacoaching@gmail. com
Mums and Bubs Yoga Wednesday 11.30am from 3rd February Bookings: Call Melanie McDonald on 0407 606 407 Or email: mbsyogacoaching@gmail. com Pilates Thursday 6pm from 4th February Member Fee: $64.00 8x¾ hour sessions Non Member: $74.00 8x¾ hour sessions Tutor: Jane Green Belly Dancing Level 2 Wednesday 7pm from 3rd February Member Fee: $87.00 8x1 ¼ hour sessions Non Member: $97.00 8x1 ¼ hour sessions Tutor: Lisa Craigen Beginners Wednesday 8.15pm from 3rd February Member Fee: $87.00 8x1 ¼ hour sessions Non Member: $97.00 8x1 ¼ hour sessions Tutor: Lisa Craigen Indian Head Massage Wednesday afternoons from 3rd February Appointments at 2.30pm and 4.00pm or Friday mornings from 5th February Appointments at 9.30am and 11.15am Member Fee: $15.00 per session Non Member: $25.00 Practitioner: Lydia Warren Beginners Golf Monday 10am from 15th February Member Fee: $75.00 5x1 hour sessions Non Member: $85.00 5x1 hour sessions Tutor: Mal Humphries Venue: OG Golf Club Advanced Golf Monday 12noon on 22nd March Member Fee: $35.00 1x1½ hour session Non Member: $45.00 1x1½ hour session Tutor: Mal Humphries Venue: OG Golf Club Core Strength Class Tuesday 9.00am from 2nd February Member Fee: $7.00 per session 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 per session 8x1 hour sessions Fitness Instructor: Julie Armstrong Tummy, Hips & Thighs Circuit Thursday 9.00am from 4th February Member Fee: $7.00 per 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 8x1 hour sessions Fitness Instructor: Julie Armstrong Gentle, Low Impact Exercise Monday 11.00am from 1st February Member Fee: $7.00 per 7x1 hour sessions Non Member: $10.00 7x1 hour sessions Fitness Instructor: Julie Armstrong Beginners Surfing for Women Tuesday 9.15am from 9th February Member Fee: $155 6x2 hour sessions Non Member: $165 6x 2hour sessions Tutor: Heather Peck Water Aerobics Wednesday 2.00pm from 3rd February Fee: $10.00 per week 8x 1 hour
Tai Chi Continuing Wednesday 9.30am from 3rd February Member Fee: $75.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $85.00 8x1 hour sessions Tutor: Sue Simpson Tai Chi Advanced Wednesday 10.30am from 3rd February Member Fee: $108.00 8x1 hour sessions Non Member: $118.00 8x1 hour sessions Tutor: Sue Simpson “Mood” Support Group Thursday 10am from 4th February Member Fee: $2.00 per week Non Member: $3.50 per week Basic Hand Drumming Wednesday 1pm from 3rd February or Saturday 1pm from 6th February Member Fee: $185.00 8x1 hour session Non Member: $195.00 8x1 hour session Tutor: Scott McCutcheon ARTS AND CRAFTS Painting Classes Wednesday 1pm from 3rd February Member Fee: $170.00 8x2 hour sessions Non Member: $180.00 Tutor: Charles Moodie Water Colour Workshop Saturday 9.30am on 20th March Member Fee: $90.00 1x 6 ½ hours Non Member$100.00 Tutor: Charles Moodie Oil Painting Workshop Saturday 9.30am on 20th February Member Fee: $90.00 1x 6 ½ hours Non Member$100.00 Tutor: Charles Moodie
Member Fee: $60.00 6x1 hour sessions Non Member: $70.00 6x1 hour sessions Tutor: David Bambrook UFO’s (Unfinished Objects) Monday 9.30am from 1st February Member Fee: $2.50 per week 7x2½ hour Non Member: $3.50 per week 7x2½ hour Swan Bay Quilters Monday 7.30pm from 1st February Member Fee: $2.00 per week Non Member: $3.50 per week GENERAL INTEREST Creative Writing Wednesday 1pm from 17th February Member Fee: $110.00 6x2 hour sessions Non Member: $120.00 6x2 hour sessions Tutor: Barbara Godlewski Energy Sustainability for Householders Tuesday 8pm from 9th February or Friday 1pm from 5th March Member Fee: $40.00 3x2 hours Non Member: $50.00 Tutor: Terry Robinson Mens Shed Wednesday 10.30am from 3rd February 8x2 hour sessions Trace your Family on the Internet - Geneology Wednesday 1.30pm from 17th February or Thursday 6.30pm from 18th February Member Fee: $96.00 6x2 hour sessions Non Member: $106.00 6x2 hour sessions Tutor: Lynne Webb Mahjong Monday 2pm from 1st February Member Fee: $2.00 per week x 7 sessions Non Member: $3.50 per week x 7 sessions Scrabble Monday 1pm from 1st February Fee: $2.00 per week x 7sessions Non Member: $3.50 per week x 7 sessions Chess Group Tuesday 7pm from 2nd February Member Fee: $2.00 per session 8x2 hours Non Member: $3.50 per session 8x2 hours Tutor: Malcolm Hughes
Acrylic Painting Workshop Saturday 9.30am on 6th March Member Fee: $90.00 1x 6 ½ hours Non Member$100.00 Tutor: Charles Moodie
German for Absolute Beginners Monday 9am from 1st February Member Fee: $105.00 7x1 ½ hour sessions Non Member: $115.00 Tutor: Lou Stanely
Lino Printing Thursday 1.00pm from 18th February Member Fee: $35.00 3x1 ½ hour sessions Non Member: $45.00 Tutor: Heather Peck
French for Absolute Beginners Monday 10.30am from 1st February Member Fee: $105.00 7x1 ½ hour sessions Non Member: $115.00 7x1 ½ hour sessions Tutor: Louise Stanley
Scrapbook Workshops Saturday 1pm on 30th January and/ or Saturday 1pm on 27th February and/or Saturday 1pm on 27th March Monday 7.30pm on 8th February and /or Monday 7.30pm on 15th March Member Fee: $9 for each 1x4 hours sessions Non Member: $19each 1x4 hour sessions Tutor: Mandy Johns
Italian for Absolute Beginners Monday 3pm from 1st February Member Fee: $105.00 7x1 ½ hour sessions Non Member: $115.00 7x1 ½ hour sessions Tutor: Louise Stanley
Learn How to Draw Friday 1pm from 19th February Member Fee: $138.00 6x 2 hour sessions Non Member: $148.00 6x 2 hour sessions (+ $5 for materials) Tutor: David Bambrook
Intermediate Italian Monday 12noon from 1st February Member Fee: $105.00 7x 1½ hour sessions Non Member: $115.00 7x 1½ hour sessions Tutor: Louise Stanley
Creative Drawing Thursday 1pm from 18th February Member Fee: $138.00 6x2 hour sessions Non Member: $148.00 6x2 hour sessions (+ $5 for Materials) Tutor: David Bambrook Drawing Discovery (Ages 8-12) Thursday 4.30pm from 18th February
Advanced Italian Monday 1.30pm from 1st February Member Fee: $105.00 7x 1½ hour sessions Non Member: $115.00 7x 1½ hour sessions Tutor: Louise Stanley
COOKING CLASSES Paella with Ella Monday 7pm on 22nd February and /or Monday 7pm on 22nd March Member Fee: $55.00 1x2 hour session Non Member: $65.00 Tutor: Chef Ella
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Birds around ‘The Dunes’ Publ
t ic No am i tice - Corang
Corangamite Marine and Coastal Biodiversity Strategy for public comment Have your input into the strategic direction for your coastline! The draft Corangamite Marine and Coastal Biodiversity Strategy 2009 is now available for public review and comment.
ONE of the pleasures of living in Ocean Grove is dining at ‘The Dunes’ especially if you are lucky enough to secure a window seat! The view of the beach and the waves is spectacular. If my friends meet me for coffee they know that
they have to sit outside on the chairs near the scrubby bushes, so that I can take photos of the birds playing in the bushes! Very exciting for me, not so great if the weather is cold! Birds I have seen around ‘The Dunes Café’ include
Pacific Gulls, Terns, Silver Gulls, Sparrows, Ravens. Magpies, Willie Wagtails, Fairy Wrens, Silvereye, various species of Honeyeaters, Turtle Doves and Thornbills. Wishing everyone a very happy new year Jennifer Carr
The strategy outlines existing and developing projects, policies and plans to build a regional marine and coastal biodiversity asset base that will help to identify priority areas. Copies of the strategy are available at: www. ccma.vic.gov.au or
Contact Polly Matthews, Marine and Coastal Biodiversity Co-ordinator, Corangamite CMA on 0417 511 999 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All comments must be received in writing (electronic or handwritten) no later than 4pm Friday 12 February 2010. Please send to: Polly Matthews Corangamite CMA PO Box 159 Colac, VIC, 3250 or
Email to: email@example.com
New Holland Honeyeater.
We conserve, present and enhance the natural & developed coastal environs for the enjoyment and use of all
BARWON COAST Barwon Coast, your local Ocean Grove & Barwon Heads coastal foreshore manager, and operator of the Barwon Heads Caravan Park, the Riverview Family Caravan Park, Ocean Grove and the Riverside Camping Ground welcomes our visitors to the coast for their summer holidays. Play it safe by the water Always swim between the flags at our locally patrolled beaches - Ocean Grove and 13th Beach where Life Savers & Lifeguards will be on patrol. Take note of the Beach Safety Signs at beach access pathways Additionally lifeguards are for the second year patrolling the beach to the east of RAAF’s (18W) on the Ocean Grove Spit and we are pleased to provide the funding for this essential service. Free Shuttle Bus Leave your car at home or your caravan park and catch the free shuttle bus co-ordinated by Barwon Coast with financial support from Coles, City of Greater Geelong, the Echo, Press Here and the local business associations. The free bus is operating until 25th January commencing at 10am thru to 6pm with an hourly lap of Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads and the beaches. Dog Free Beaches Please remember that over the peak summer, the dog free beaches declaration come into effect with dogs prohibited along the entire Ocean Grove Beach (west of 13W Hodgson St), and the Barwon River beach from 18th December to 31st January From 13W (Hodgson St) east towards Collendina dogs are permitted under effective control (not as previously reported – on a leash). Effective control is when your dog is in your sight and can be controlled by voice command. Please remember to “pick up after your dog” so that other users of beaches are not inconvenienced. Use the “Scoop the Poop” bags provided by Barwon Coast. New Years Eve We trust you enjoyed the fireworks display from the Barwon Heads Bluff on New Year’s Eve. Barwon Coast is pleased to put on this display each year to enable visitors and locals alike welcome in the New Year. We thank the Barwon Heads Golf Club, the Wynndean Holiday Resort, the Barwon Heads Tourism & Traders Association and the Ocean Grove Business Association for their ongoing support of this event.
Riverside Camping Ground Ocean Grove As you travel between Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads in peak summer you would have noticed the large number of campers that suddenly appear on the river side of the sand spit. This is the Riverside Camping Ground that we operate for 6 weeks a year as an unpowered camping opportunity with over 200 sites. Those who have lived in the region for a number of years may well remember that camping was also allowed on the Ocean side of the Spit but this was stopped to enable the fragile coastal vegetation to recover. With decisions having been made as to the location of the replacement Barwon Heads bridge and Barwon Water resolving where the new sewer main will cross the sand spit and the Barwon River, we are now able to undertake a full review of the area and have engaged consultants to prepare a draft Landscape Management Plan. The key matters being addressed in the Landscape Masterplan include the retention of the six week camping season on the riverside of the road and reviewing the existing provision of amenity blocks with the potential reduction in numbers, more strategically located and more environmentally sustainable. We are also investigating the best linkage from the existing Barwon Estuary walk in Ocean Grove thru to the Barwon Heads bridge – this being a project under the banner of the Barwon River Parklands . The Landscape Plan will also address the need to provide appropriate access to 18W where Barwon Coast is funding Life Guards over summer, ensuring a patrolled beach adjacent to the camping ground. A draft of the Landscape Plan is available for review by campers and others over summer with comments to Barwon Coast c/- Post Office Barwon Heads 3227 by the end of February 2010. I encourage you to contact me to discuss any issues related to coastal management in our region by phoning me on 5254 1371 Bob Jordan General Manager
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The Voice Business Directory Accommodation
Acting Classes 0417 077 200
Architects de Atelier Architects
Art Galleries Audio Equipment and Repairs Bellarine Audio
Gardiner Automotive 5255 5380 Ocean Grove All Makes Automotive 5255 2171 Ocean Grove Automotive (RACV) 5255 1050 Sheen Panel Service 5256 3183
Baby and Child Little Darlings Sandi’s Spot
5255 4095 5255 2943
Banks ANZ Bendigo Bank NAB Westpac
5255 5760 5255 4866 5255 0700 5255 2011
Beauty Salons Mermaids Unisex Beauty Salon 5255 5844 Salon Grove 0408 172 062
Bins and Waste Removal Billy’s Bins
0418 385 667
Bricklayers Paddy Kinsey Bricklaying Contr’s 0408 320197
Bridal Wear Designer 5255 2034
Building Designers Michael Higgins Building Design
Carpentry/Maintenance B Moore Carpentry & Bld Maint 0411 061 556
Carpet Cleaning Carpet Cleaners Geelong
Graham Coates Carpet Cleaning Service 0408 526997
Catering Bar Deli on the Run The Groove
5255 1832 5256 3094
Community Groups Vinnies
Computer Sales and Repairs BITS IT Services Lighthouse Computers SeeCureIT
0411 416 384 0403 557 311 0413 967 051
Concreting Creecys Concreting
Piping Hot Chicken Shop
Electricians Brendon Brice Electrical 0416 165855 Craig Stevens Electrical Contr’s 0412 518 400
Engineering 5255 5922
Fencing All Round Fencing Bellarine Brush Fencing BellarineTimber & Fencing Jim’s Fencing Just Paling Fences Know A Fence
Financial Services Bellarine Bookkeeping Services 0418 363129 Boutique Financial Planning Services 5215 0400 Coastal Business Services 0418 188847 Lighthouse Business Services 0407 835256 Roche Accounting 5256 2764 WHK Accountants 5255 5077
Flooring Fletchers Carpet Choice
Beachside Blooms Flowers on the Terrace Moss Industry
5255 3030 5256 1645 5254 2277
Funeral Directors Bellarine Memories
5255 5500 Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service 5221 4778
Bellarine Furniture & Bed R Us
Garden Maintenance Blooming Branches
0411 181027 IG Mowing & Handyman Service 0417 030091 Ruby’s Mowing Ocean Grove 0419 583154 Tex’s Chainsaw Mower Repairs 5258 6761
Hairdressers 5255 3360 5255 3779
Health and Fitness 5255 4222 0419 105171 5255 3475 0405022084 5255 2572
A Touch of Class - Remedial Massage 5255 5137 Bellarine Remedial & Sports Massage 0417 331694
Drysdale Chiropractic Clinic Geelong Physiotherapy OG Remedial Massage Centre Ocean View Massage
5253 2522 5255 5755 5255 3358 0414 893719 Rachel Lafranchi Holistic Counselling 0412 439121
Hire Ocean Grove Hire
Fiddley Bits The Red Pidgeon
0414 744 25
Complete Joinery Services
Landscape Design & Construction Outdoor Vision Landscaping
0418 329 765
0409 564 486
Locksmiths Glenn Davis Locksmith
0409 849 419
Menswear Maleline Mensland
New Homes Duncan Pascoe Builders Hotondo Homes Le Maistre Builders
0417 524143 5255 3556 5255 1309
5255 1684 0419 532 916
Office Supplies Universal Ribbons & Toners
5256 1295 5255 5655
Painters Jaibee Painting & Decorating 0406 416 371 Steven Flynn Painting Services 0411 126291 Wallington Painting Services 0405 022084
Pet Supplies 5256 1562
Photographers 0400 721185
Picture Framing HLB Frames - 3/1570 Bell Hwy, Wal 5250 3711
Plantation Shutters GB Plantation Shutters
Beaton Bros Precision Plastering
0400 595 738
5255 4664 5254 1840
Coastal Lighting The Bridal Manner The Last Piece
5255 5555 0432 488 398 5221 5991
Coastal Roofing RSN Roofing
5255 2732 0429 040121
Security Geelong Monitoring Services Standby Security Services
0409 943671 5229 3772
Signage Filia Signs
Sports Retail Bellarine Sports
Surf Shops 5255 5525
Surfboard Repairs Cruise Control Rousa Surfboards & Repairs
0409 542060 0403 693 333
Takeaway Grind Burgers Ocean Grove Sushi & Noodle Bar Rolling Pin Pies & Cakes Subway Tradies Takeaway Trident Fish Bar
5255 1236 0410 659469
5255 4684 5255 3759 5256 1517 5255 3077 5255 5099 5256 2099
Tanning Studios 5255 4100
Tattooists Coastline Tattoo
Travel Agents Harvey World Travel Jetset Travel - Ocean Grove
5256 1888 5255 5252
Tyres 5255 5611
Websites Website Concepts
Wedding Photography Barefoot Media
Window Cleaners 0408 037686 0402 769973 0430 443700 0431 314142 0430 112 102
Printers Paxton Press
5254 1277 5255 1832 5254 3376 5255 5991 5255 1122 5255 3040 5256 1944 5256 3094 5255 1959 5250 1199 5258 1544
Surfside Tyre Centre
Plumbing Annandale Plumbing Hugh McLaren Plumbing Ocean Grove Plumbing Pirie Plumbing Services Wayne Heard Plumbing
At The Heads Bar Deli Beachhouse Bolzano Cucina Ocean Grove Hotel and Bistro Ocean Grove Pizza and Pasta The Dunes The Groove The Mex The Purple Duck Vue Grand
Restaurants / Cafes
Murfs Longboards Surf Shop
Optometrists Greg Sly Optometrist Ocean Eyes Optometrists
Nurseries McOuats Nursery Echidna Native Nursery
Surf Edge Rendering
The Voice Business Directory 5255 3233 firstname.lastname@example.org
Health and Wellbeing
Homewares and Gifts 5221 7411 5255 5556 5255 4480
Cleo Fine Jewellery
Ocean Grove Amcal
Coastal Cuts Salon Sojourn
Lonsdale Golf Club
12W - Personal Training Ben Smith Personal Training Contours Jujitsu Ocean View Health Club
Lawyers 0403 845 667 0413 925367 0413 580990 131 546 0407 694422 0409 222112
Conveyancing Sargeants Conveyancing Surfside Conveyancing Vines Conveyancing
5255 2584 5255 5282
Ocean Grove Engineering
Direct Carving Sculpture Workshop 0419 006959
Barwon Heads Hotel
Dressmaking Alterations and Repairs
0410 580 255
Dentists Dr Alastair McCallum Ocean Grove Dental Clinic
Antennas Lonsdale Antennas
The Olive Pit
4-Bed Hol Hse, close to beach 0412 213 400 Bells By The Beach Holiday House 5297 8162 Big 4 Bellarine Holiday Park 52515744
5255 3233 email@example.com
Excel Window Cleaning
Window Tinting Tintmaster
Wineries Leura Park Estate McGlashans Wallington Estate
5253 3180 5250 5760
Women’s Wear 5255 4099
Kairos in Grove Lily Bliss
5255 3688 5255 1096
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ocean grove’s rip to river
Angela Taylor, John Fendyk and Andrea Dunlop, Ocean Grove.
Jackson Bentley, Ocean Grove.
Kylie Sargent, Ocean Grove.
Winner, Sandra Prosenica, Ocean Grove
RIPS A RECORD VACC
10 Murradoc Road Drysdale | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
24 HR Towing A/H 5259 2704
A HEADWIND and soft sand greeted more than 1700 runners that lined up at Point Lonsdale facing Ocean Grove on January 3. For those taking part it was probably preferable to the searing heat that had coloured previous races. But nonetheless it was a consistently hard 10km that was interspersed with dodging the shorebreak. The reward came at the final stage turnaround, with the wind assisting and the sun shining, runners were eased over the line. This year’s mens 10km classic was again won by Point Lonsdales David McNeil while Ocean Grove’s Sandra Prosenica took the women’s run. Grove’s Ian Walker appropriately won the 10km walk. As well as the long run there was also a 5km run, a 10km walk from Point Lonsdale and the annual Ripper Nipper run. Surf Lifesaving Club president Peter Rankin said the event had again proven itself a massive asset to the town.
“It was brilliant, excellent. It was a record number of entries, up again on last year. “All in all it was a pretty good race. Last year was probably a perfect day to race. This year there was a head wind and the sand was a lot softer. “I think regardless of the fact that I am the president of the (Surf Lifesaving) club, the publicity that it brings to Ocean Grove Surf Lifesaving Club and Ocean Grove as a community is fantastic. It’s iconic and it’s incredible that it has been run by a voluntary organisation for 30 years. “It’s the people’s race. We always like to have a few at that level (elite) taking part as it helps publicise the event. But it is the people’s race. “The winner (David) is a really nice fellow and the girl that won it has been altitude training at Falls Gap and came back especially to run. “They do it because they want to support the surf lifesaving club and Ocean Grove, not because there is any money to be won in it.”
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Open for dinner every night of the week in the holiday period Tantalising Tuesday - Popular two course set price dinner Happy Hour raffles - Friday 5.00 to 6.00pm with superb parmi meal for $12 Functions Availability - Parties, wedding receptions, commemorations and celebrations Social Memberships Available Visitors Welcome For bookings contact 5258 1955 69 Fellows Road, Point Lonsdale
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GREG SLY OPTOMETRIST
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Ian Walker, Ocean Grove, 10km walk winner.
Zara Mexted, Ocean Grove.
Joel Winberg, Wallington.
Left, Steve Bentlley, Ocean Grove.
Glenn Guest, Ocean Grove.
John Koronut, Ocean Grove.
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OLD GEELONG GAOL
Crn Myers & Swanston St, Geelong 1st Saturday night of the month (check online for other dates)
Family Tour Times: 7.30pm Adults $20 Children $10 Family $50 (2Adults2children) Adults only Tour 9.30pm & 11.15pm $30 Bookings Essential – Limited Numbers
“Dare to be Scared” Ghost Hunters and a psychic will lead the night tours of one of Geelong’s most haunted buildings.
Seaumus Orr, Ocean Grove.
BARWON PARK MANSION 2nd Saturday of every month
(check online for other holiday dates)
105 Inverleigh Rd. Winchelsea.
- Australian Ghost Adventures | www.ausghosts.com | Or phone: Maree 0421835370
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ocean grove’s rip to river 10Km run: Men 1 David MCNEIL 00:33:56; 2 Orey SMITH 00:35:07; 3 Scott RANTALL 00:35:08; 4 Brett COLEMAN; 00:35:23; 5 Tom HARDHAM 00:36:50; 6 Andrew RUSSELL 00:37:18; 7 Tim BENTLEY 00:37:25; 8 Adrian POLIDANO 00:37:3; 9 David RAYNER 00:37:35; 10 Scott MCPHERSON 00:37:39; 11 David FRASER 00:38:55; 12 Sean DE MORTON 00:39:35; 13 Harry SMITHERS 00:39:39; 14 Andrew BELL 00:39:43;15 Charles EL-HAGE 00:39:59; 16 Tim QUILLIAM 00:40:27; 17 Seamus ORR 00:40:28 18 Andrew WOOD 00:40:40; 19 Grant SIMPSON 00:40:43; 20 Ethan FOREMAN 00:40:51; 21 Alistair HAM 00:40:560; 22 Sam CRACKNELL 00:41:02; 23 Jamie MAHER 00:41:07; 24 Tony OVERMAN; 00:41:14; 25 Selim AHMED 00:41:15; 26 Phil SHAY 00:41:23; 27 Colin HATTON 00:41:28; 28 David BOARD 00:41:31; 29 Stephane VANDER BRUGGEN 00:41:3700:07:41; 30 Scott SPRIGGS 00:41:39; 31 Andrew MCARTHUR 00:41:47; 32 Kent MOORES 00:41:48; 33 Damien CUSACK 00:41:52; 34 Vincent DUFFY 00:41:55; 35 David GALEA 00:41:59; 36 Thomas NASH 00:42:12; 37 Jared WALKER 00:42:18; 38 Mick RYAN 00:42:20; 39 Alan LYNCH 00:42:22; 40 Adam HEWITT 00:42:24; 41 Will HERSBACH 00:42:30; 42 Tim CRAPP 00:42:38; 43 Phillip BARNETT 00:42:39; 44 Ryan JAMIESON 00:42:45; 45 Peter ISER 00:42:47; 46 Daniel ORR 00:42:54; 47 Michael SAUNDERS 00:43:01; 48 William NACK 00:43:03; 49 Jesse SHIELDS 00:43:03; 50 David MCDONALD 00:43:05; 51 Walter LAWRENCE 00:43:11; 52 James MORRIS 00:43:15; 53 Darren JONES 00:43:20; 54 Crichton COLLINS 00:43:21; 55 Josh STEWART 00:43:22; 56 Andrew HUTTON 00:43:24; 57 Jarryd GRAHAM 00:43:26; 58 Terry BROWN 00:43:30; 59 Richard BISINELLA 00:43:30; 60 Tyron COVER 00:43:39; 61 Craig MARSHMAN 00:43:43; 62 Adrian WEEKS 00:43:47; 63 Chris CLANCY 00:43:51; 64 Cam SPOLDING 00:43:53; 65 Scott MCLEOD 00:43:57; 66 Stuart PRETTY 00:43:59; 67 Darcy WATCHORN 00:44:00; 68 Josh DILLON 00:44:01; 69 Geoff CADDICK 00:44:07; 70 Marcus OCONNOR 00:44:08; 71 Rory FAIRBAIRN00:44:08; 72 Eric SIGMONT 00:44:09; 73 Luke JARRAD 00:44:11; 74 Paul BREGUET 00:44:18; 75 Chris BROWN 00:44:19; 76 Glenn GUEST 00:44:21; 77 James STEPHENSON 00:44:26; 78 Darren HOLROYD 00:44:26; 79 Craig MCGARRY 00:44:38; 80 Mark NICOL 00:44:38; 81 Adrian BURT 00:44:42; 82 Phillip GALEA 00:44:43; 83 Damian BUTTLER 00:44:52; 84 Robert WALLACE 00:44:53; 85 Mitchell HERBISON 00:44:53; 86 David HOWLEY 00:44:54; 87 Amanda HARPER 00:44:5500:10:59 88 Adrian BRIGGS 00:44:59; 89 Simon WILKIE 00:45:02; 90 Warren DAVIS 00:45:06; 91 Stuart DUNSTAN 00:45:08; 92 Trevor SMITH 00:45:09; 93 David MILLER 00:45:09; 94 Chris PRICE 00:45:10; 95 Peter FITZGERALD 00:45:17; 96 Michael KAYS 00:45:180; 97 Billl LEROPOULOS 00:45:18; 98 Matthew JAMES 00:45:18; 99 Shayne YOUNG 00:45:19; 100 John CRAMERI 00:45:21; 101 Daniel HOLROYD 00:45:34;102 Graeme LETICQ 00:45:36; 103 Paul EVERETT 00:45:36; 104 Jeff WALKER 00:45:40; 105 Mitchell RUDDERHAM 00:45:40; 106 Michael GIBBONS 00:45:41; 107 Sean BLOOD 00:45:42; 108 Charlie SUTHERLAND 00:45:49; 109 Lachlan HUMPHRIES 00:45:49; 110 Tommy CAMPBELL 00:45:49; 111 Shane BRASZELL 00:45:52; 112 Charlie COBURN 00:45:54; 113 Joshua HOLROYD 00:45:55; 114 Andrew SHELL 00:45:55; 115 James GOODWIN 00:45:56; 116 Ryan HEALY 00:45:56; 117 Jackson BENTLEY 00:45:58; 118 Brendan KING 00:46:00; 119 Darren HALL 00:46:04; 120 Tony KELLY 00:46:04; 121 Dean MCKAY 00:46:05; 122 Max DAVIS 00:46:07; 123 Harry MIRIKLIS 00:46:08; 124 Carl WRIGHT 00:46:11; 125 Peter SCHUWALOW 00:46:11; 126 Aaron DUNN 00:46:13; 127 Chris MOBBS 00:46:13; 128 Zachary THOMAS 00:46:15; 129 Tim WALSH 00:46:15; 130 Lachlan PATTEN 00:46:16; 131 Tim AUSTIN 00:46:17; 132 Alexander BARBER 00:46:17; 133 Chris BUTTLER 00:46:18; 134 Brendan BUTTLER 00:46:20; 135 Geoff BAILEY 00:46:21;136 Aden MUIR 00:46:22; 137 Steve BENTLEY 00:46:23; 138 James ZWIRS 00:46:29; 139 Ashley WEST 70230-39Finish00:46:3000:12:34 140 Reagan PEART 00:46:31; 141 Grant CURRIE 00:46:32; 142 Leon HAMOND 00:46:33; 143 Trent COMELLI 00:46:34; 144 Chris TUCKER 00:46:35; 145 Ross ALLAN 00:46:36; 146 James OVERMAN 00:46:38; 147 Nicholas ELLIOTT 00:46:39; 148 Jack SHANNAHAN 00:46:39; 149 Andrew TULLOCH 00:46:41; 150 Jack SMYTH 00:46:44; 151 Tanner REDDEN 00:46:45; 152 Alessio MEIRELLES 00:46:47; 153 Rod ELLIS 00:46:51; 154 Richard MCARTHUR 00:46:52; 155 Andrew VAN LEEUWEN 00:46:53; 156 Tony HELMORE 00:46:56; 157 Oscar OWENS 00:46:58; 158 Anthony WINTER 00:47:01; 159 Ian NASH 00:47:01; 160 Andrew HAM 00:47:02; 161 Rick GUNN 00:47:05; 162 Reece HOLWELL 00:47:05; 163 Nicholas HANSON 00:47:06; 164 Paul PROKOP 00:47:10; 165 Grantley REED 00:47:10; 166 Leo PYE 00:47:10; 167 Dermot CONAUGHTON 00:47:12; 168 Greg HENDERSON 00:47:14; 169 Paul MIESEN 00:47:140; 170 Paul KEMPTON 00:47:15; 171 Mauro MORGANTI 00:47:15; 172 James FRIEND 00:47:16; 173 David SMITH 00:47:16; 174 Sam MORTON 00:47:17; 175 Luke MCCORMICK 00:47:17; 176 Leigh HARRY 00:47:18; 177 Angelo TARANTO 00:47:19; 178 Roger CONRON 00:47:27; 179 Tim LEWIS 00:47:27; 180 David BENALLACK 00:47:28; 181 Alan BARBER 00:47:29; 182 Anthony IOANNIDIS 00:47:32; 183 Josh HUMPHRIES 00:47:32; 184 Richard WEBB 00:47:34; 185 Paul CARSON; 00:47:35; 186 Tim DEMPSTER 00:47:35; 187 George MALEKAKIS 00:47:37; 188 James O’CONNELL 00:47:38; 189 Andrew MEATH 00:47:38; 190 Scott THOMPSON 00:47:46; 191 Alan ODGERS 00:47:46; 192 Josh MCNAMARA 00:47:47; 193 Rian MCGOUGH 00:47:48; 194 Andrew WILSON 00:47:52;195 Warrick HERON 00:47:52; 196 James WESTBROOK 00:47:52; 197 David THORNTON 00:47:56;198 Kevin MCDONALD 00:47:58; 199 Troy WINN 00:48:01; 200 Seamus WHELAN 00:48:04; 201 Ben FARNSWORTH 00:48:08; 202 Jarryd WATENE 00:48:15; 203 David GORDON 00:48:16; 204 Andrew TEATHER 00:48:20; 205 Nicholas HURLEY 00:48:26; 206 Carl HOOPPELL 00:48:26; 207 Anthony BARNETT 00:48:27; 208 Simon PAATSCH 00:48:29; 209 John MCKEOWN 00:48:29; 210 Andrew MATHERS 00:48:32; 211 David JUGGINS 00:48:32; 212 Cameron ADDIE 00:48:37; 213 David MORTON 00:48:38; 214 Greg BROWN 00:48:38; 215 Eamonn MCCOLL 00:48:39; 216 Mark CHAPMAN 00:48:40; 217 Tom WELLEMAN 00:48:41; 218 Justin MCGRATH 00:48:42; 219 Darryn MURPHY 00:48:51; 220 Luke HULM 00:48:51; 221 Thomas NIGHTINGALE
00:48:51; 222 Greg SHAMBROOK 00:48:53; 223 Glenn EDWARDS 00:48:58; 224 Josh WHEELER 00:48:58; 225 Timothy GRAY 00:48:59; 226 Matthew HEALY 00:49:03; 227 John SHIELDS 00:49:040; 228 Robert CIACH 00:49:05; 229 Geoff BROWN 00:49:09; 230 Joel WINBERG 00:49:14; 231 John SHEEHAN 00:49:16; 232 Kym JONES 00:49:18; 233 Bruce GARNER 00:49:21; 234 Timothy EVERIST 00:49:24; 235 Glen PASQUE 00:49:27; 236 Simon COGHLAN 00:49:27; 237 David TIMMINS 00:49:29; 238 Connor BOURKE 00:49:29; 239 Ralph WRIGHT 00:49:31; 240 John ZELEZNIKOW 00:49:33; 241 Garry GUNN 00:49:35; 242 Ron WILLIAMS 00:49:37; 243 Nathan SIMPSON 00:49:38; 244 Linton ROE 00:49:44; 245 Tyson VENN 00:49:45; 246 Chook STEWART 00:49:47; 247 Murray ORR 00:49:50; 248 Joel DUGGAN 00:49:52; 249 Grant MAGLIO 00:49:54; 250 Paul EGAN 00:49:56; 251 Kieron MCGRATH 00:49:57; 252 Andrew MITCHELL 00:49:58; 253 Justin PITCHER 00:50:00; 254 Simon HOLLOWAY 00:50:01; 255 Sam HOBBS 00:50:04; 256 David HEDLEY 00:50:07; 257 Jarryd HILL ; 00:50:12; 258 Mick ARMSTRONG 00:50:12; 259 John KORONUT 00:50:15; 260 Michael JAMES 00:50:16; 261 Tyson SHEILLS 00:50:17; 262 Simon NELIS 00:50:17; 263 Matthew FLOOD 00:50:18; 264 Sam NUNAN 00:50:24; 265 Tom ISAAC 00:50:25; 266 Andy KING 00:50:28; 267 Lachlan SMITHERS 00:50:29; 268 Shane COMPTON 00:50:31; 269 William SLOSS 00:50:41; 270 Michael TYNDALL 00:50:45; 271 Steve RUNDELL 00:50:46; 272 Peter WILLIAMS 00:50:51; 273 Andrew JOHNSON 00:50:54; 274 Dale MURPHY 00:51:01; Liam WALSH 00:51:02; 276 Luke MORRISSY 00:51:02; 277 Christian BARTLEY 00:51:02; 278 Thomas CROSBIE 00:51:04; 279 Peter FIELD 00:51:05; 280 Mitchell HODGSON 00:51:07; 281 Matthew WATERSON 00:51:07; 282 Con MORIHOVITIS 00:51:08; 283 Andrew WILSON 00:51:10; 284 Tim VICKERSWILLIS 00:51:10; 285 Justin BLISS 00:51:11; 286 Robert WALL 00:51:13; 287 Greg SHAW 00:51:17; 288 Peter CACCAUDELLO 00:51:24; 289 Chris CRABBE 00:51:25; 290 Matthew HARDIE 00:51:26; 291 David ISER 00:51:27; 292 Steve DOWDLE 00:51:28; 293 John NANDLK 00:51:29; 294 Lachlan SIMPSON 00:51:30; 295 Kevin HORRIGAN 00:51:31; 296 Richard GRILLS 00:51:31; 297 Keith FAGG 00:51:32; 298 David MCCONCHIE 00:51:33; 299 Colin HUNT 00:51:33; 300 Peter WOODRUFF 00:51:34; 301 Goran MITREVSKI 00:51:35; 302 Vince MANGANELLI 00:51:36; 303 Stephen COTTRELL 00:51:37; 304 Richard WEEKS 00:51:43; 305 Ryan GILL 00:51:45; 306 Daniel BAXTER 00:51:47; 307 Luke POTE 00:51:49; 308 Raymond MANZIE 00:51:49; 309 Steve SCHOFFELEN 00:51:49; 310 Mark HALLO 00:51:50; 311 Tim SHEARER 00:51:52; 312 Luke LOVE 00:51:57; 313 Sam BARRES 00:51:57; 314 Chris BARRETT 00:51:58; 315 Jack ROBINSON 00:52:00; 316 Richard QUICK 00:52:03; 317 Matthew PAYNE 00:52:05; 318 Clinton MCHENRY 00:52:07; 319 Rod MERRETT 00:52:08; 320 Richard MEILAK 00:52:10; 321 Steven DAVISON 00:52:12; 322 Dale BERRY 00:52:15; 323 David SIMPSON 00:52:16; 324 David GALL 00:52:17; 325 Anthony COMITO 00:52:21; 326 Tim VALPIED 00:52:27; 327 Chris BRADFORD 00:52:28; 328 Paul ROBERTSON 00:52:31; 329 Adam STONE 00:52:31; 330 Scott MCDONALD 00:52:37; 331 Tony PALMER 00:52:38; 332 Greg WEEKS 00:52:48; 333 Lyndon RAY 00:52:530; 334 John O’HALLORAN 00:52:54; 335 Rob BACKWELL 00:52:56; 336 Steven PAUL 00:53:00; 337 Leigh HENDERSON 00:53:01; 338 Peter SCOTT 00:53:04; 339 Matthew MCCARTNEY 00:53:04; 340 Nicholas LORD 00:53:06; 341 Glenn MCNOLTY 00:53:11; 342 Tim GODDARD 00:53:11; 343 Tim CLARK 00:53:13; 344 David MCEVOY 00:53:13; 345 Ian GEE 00:53:14; 346 Nick WRIGHT 00:53:15; 347 Desmond EVERY 00:53:17; 348 Andrew MAGLIO 00:53:18; 349 Greg BEAUMONT 00:53:19; 350 Chris KLINGBEIL 00:53:20; 351 Peter SAMON 00:53:21; 352 Michael SPRUCE 00:53:22; 353 Mark LIBARDI 00:53:23; 354 Neil MCPHERSON 00:53:24; 355 Peter CRONK 00:53:24; 356 Sam WILSON 00:53:25; 357 Isaac HOLROYD 00:53:26; 358 Lucas FRIEND 00:53:28; 359 Brett SHEEHAN 00:53:28; 360 Richard GRIMMETT 00:53:29; 361 Marcus SMITH 00:53:31; 362 Paul RYAN 00:53:390; 363 James FOLEY 00:53:39; 364 Jonathan David BIRD 00:53:40; 365 Bill HARRISON 00:53:45; 366 Gavin ERICKSON 00:53:47; 367 Gerry VIPOND 00:53:50; 368 Ben MITCHELL 00:53:51; 369 Paul MEZIER 00:53:53; 370 Andrew MCCARTHY 00:53:54; 371 Lincoln BARNES 00:53:55; 372 Euan FLETT 00:53:58; 373 Ben ARNOTT 00:54:03; 374 Phil BRAMLEY 00:54:04; 375 Tim SCANLON 00:54:06; 376 Jake MATTHEWS 00:54:07; 377 Hamish KNOWLES 00:54:080; 378 Craig FAGAN 00:54:12; 379 Russell VENN 00:54:15; 380 David WILLIAMS 00:54:18; 381 Mathew TOOHEY 00:54:22; 382 Gavin IRVINE 00:54:23; 383 William DERHAM 00:54:25; 384 Darren LYDOM 00:54:27; 385 Anthony SINCLAIR 00:54:32; 386 Steve BRAND 00:54:36; 387 David IRVINE 00:54:37; 388 Tony DILLON 00:54:42; 389 Gerard BUCKLE 00:54:43; 390 Ben WHYKES 00:54:45; 391 Jason CONNELLY 00:54:47; 392 Stephen JENKINS 00:54:51; 393 William BLAKE 00:54:52; 394 Peter VERNON 00:54:54; 395 Shane KENNEDY 00:54:56; 396 Nigel STEPTO 00:54:59; 397 Dennis HARGREAVES 00:54:59; 398 Paul RUNTING 00:55:06; 399 Tim HODGETTS 00:55:07; 400 Mitch REID 00:55:12; 401 Bruce BARBER 00:55:12; 402 Peter HURLEY 00:55:15; 403 Matt KIRWAN-HAMILTON 00:55:18; 404 Simon RAMSAY 00:55:19; 405 Gerard MITHEN 00:55:20; 406 Jake BENSTED 00:55:22; 407 Michael PEARCE 00:55:22; 408 Andrew WHITE 00:55:26; 409 Richard LEE 00:55:27; 410 Baden FURPHY 00:55:27; 411 Justin CRAVEN 00:55:30; 412 Wayne LYLE 00:55:34; 413 Shane MCCARTY 00:55:360; 414 David BIRRELL 00:55:39; 415 Jon PERRY 00:55:46; 416 Adam MARTIN 00:55:47; 417 Kris HARRIS 00:55:48; 418 Jacob REED 00:55:50; 419 Matthew USTINOV 00:55:51; 420 Robert PUTAMORSI 00:55:56; 421 Julian HUNT-SMITH 00:56:04; 422 Michael UMSEHER 00:56:05; 423 Matt MENHEERE 00:56:06; 424 Giovanni PATANE 00:56:07; 425 John BURT 00:56:07; 426 Helena MACKIE 00:56:08; 427 Andrew DEL BIONDO 00:56:10; 428 Michael MEANEY 00:56:14; 429 Steve EICHLER 00:56:16; 430 Damian BRADY 00:56:16; 431 Shane SWAN 00:56:18; 432 David CHIVELL 00:56:19; 433 Neil EDDY 00:56:21; 434 Michael CARROLL 00:56:23; 435 Tom GORMAN 00:56:26; 436 Andrew HOWLETT 00:56:29; 437 Shane MORGAN 00:56:36; 438 Mark LAURIE 00:56:40; 439 Brian KEANE 00:56:40; 440 Joch COUTTS 00:56:43; 441 Grant WILTSHIRE 00:56:43; 442 Sam WILSTSHIRE 00:56:43; 443 Adrian BRYAN 00:56:44; 444 Kim MCGOUGH 00:56:47; 445 Greg ERWIN 00:56:48; 446 Jay BURKE 00:56:49; 447 Alex PARRY 00:56:58; 448 Brett AMEZDROZ 00:57:01; 449 Peter AMEZDROZ 00:57:01; 450 Harry DAGLAS 00:57:04; 451 Ross VICINO 00:57:06; 452 William
HUMPHRIES 00:57:07; 453 Terry LUCAS 00:57:12; 454 Damien HOLDAWAY 00:57:140; 455 Adrian STAPLETON 00:57:15; 456 Philip GARNER 00:57:17; 457 Stephen DIMECH 00:57:18; 458 Ryan JONES 00:57:21; 459 Damien SMEATON 00:57:23; 460 Raphael DAVIES 00:57:25; 461 Scott JERUIES 00:57:29; 462 Derek COOK 00:57:35; 463 Greg JOHNSON 00:57:42; 464 John CLARINGBOLD 00:57:45; 465 Alex THOMPSON 00:57:45; 466 Steve ENGLAND 00:57:49; 467 Kim BOWRING 00:57:53; 468 Robert STEVENS 00:57:54; 469 Rick DWYER 00:57:55; 470 Terence REED 00:57:56; 471 David STREET 00:58:02; 472 Rod CHRISTIAN 00:58:04; 473 Brendan KINGSBURY 00:58:12; 474 Frederic LAWRENCE 00:58:22; 475 Jason STACK 00:58:24; 476 Denis VANCE 00:58:26; 477 Leigh MARRINER 00:58:34; 478 Mathew DICKENS 00:58:47; 479 Lee WISNIEWSKI 00:58:48; 480 Nicholas DEL BIONDO 00:58:48; 481 Andrew REAPER 00:58:50; 482 Paul FARNSWORTH 00:58:52; 483 Graham JENKINS 00:58:53; 484 David ROBSON 00:58:53; 485 Scott PEARCE 00:58:54; 486 Neale FRISCH 00:58:57; 487 Alan MIHALJEVIC 00:59:00; 488 Andrew CLANCY 00:59:01; 489 Neville DAFFY 22040-49Finish00:59:0300:25:07 490 Philip Laurence STEWART 00:59:04; 491 Scott SHIRLOW 00:59:09; 492 Nick JARMAN 00:59:12; 493 George LAMONT 00:59:15; 494 Lachlan TAHAU 00:59:17; 495 Peter LANGDON 00:59:31; 496 Tony VAN ENGELEN 00:59:32; 497 Peter BILLINGS 00:59:37; 498 Darren HINCHCLIFFE 00:59:45; 499 Robert POWER 00:59:49; 500 Stephen SIRGIOVANNI 00:59:50; 501 Richard MCDONALD 00:59:55; 502 Terry ATCHISON 00:59:56; 503 Frans willem VAN HULTEN 00:59:57; 504 Richard REILLY 00:59:57; 505 Mark MINAHAN 00:59:59; 506 Christopher EDWARDS 01:00:01; 507 Tony LAFFERTY 01:00:03; 508 Richard MURPHY 01:00:06; 509 Michael CAIN 01:00:07; 510 Bernard DOUGLAS 01:00:07; 511 Alastair MCGHEE 01:00:08; 512 Shaun CLARKE 01:00:09; 513 Alan BULT 01:00:12; 514 William MOUNTFORD 01:00:12; 515 Hugh MCKEWAN 01:00:20; 516 Grant SCALE 01:00:21; 517 John STEFANOVSKI 01:00:25; 518 Victor DOUGLAS 01:00:28; 519 Steve CHAPLIN 01:00:34; 520 Elliot CONNELL 01:00:40; 521 Lucian RONCON 01:00:43; 522 David ARMOUR 01:01:00; 523 Paul DAVIDSON 01:01:06; 524 Roderick JONES 01:01:11; 525 Matthew GREGORY 01:01:13; 526 Stephen SPARGO 01:01:16; 527 Damian SPENCE 79318-29Finish01:01:1700:27:21 528 Dale MENZIES 01:01:18; 529 Chris SHINE 01:01:25; 530 Anton STAINDL 01:01:39; 531 Mark CESLAR 01:01:40; 532 Matthew LYTTLE 01:02:02; 533 John VAN BRAAM 01:02:24; 534 Carl ALEXANDER 01:02:29; 535 Peter MCDONALD 01:02:30; 536 Peter COBURN 01:02:32; 537 Harry SMITH 01:02:37; 538 Tim DUNSHEA 01:02:48; 539 Michael GILLETT 01:02:51; 540 Rohan BURLEIGH 01:02:55; 541 Jeff BARRATT 01:02:56; 542 Dean BULT 01:03:10; 543 Greg MCDONALD 01:03:17; 544 Cameron PLAPP 01:03:21; 545 Martyn ROBERTS 01:03:31; 546 John CUNNINGHAM 01:03:38; 547 Michael NICOL 01:03:52; 548 Alastair GRAHAM 01:03:52; 549 Ben KELSEY 01:04:06; 550 James WARD 01:04:09; 551 Ian MAUDSLEY 01:04:10; 552 Samuel HOOPPELL 01:04:11; 553 Clinton HOLMES 01:04:18; 554 Alistair CHRISTIE 01:04:26; 555 Nick EDDY 01:04:29; 556 David WATTERS 01:04:30; 557 David WHELAN 01:04:37; 558 James WHELAN 01:04:38; 559 Damien HYATT 01:04:55; 560 Dean RODERICK 01:05:18; 561 Graham WILTSHIRE 01:05:36; 562 Ian RYAN 01:05:59; 563 Matt BACKWELL 01:06:05; 564 Marc GALANTI 01:06:07; 565 John WALKER 01:06:08; 566 Sam CARR 01:06:09; 567 David BUCHANAN 01:06:37; 568 Basil BYRNE 01:06:37; 569 Terry EMSELLE 01:06:57; 570 Martin NEWBY 01:07:00; 571 Shaun NICHOLSON 01:07:09; 572 Patrick LARKINS 01:07:13; 573 David WHITE 01:07:19; 574 David ANDERSON 01:07:23; 575 Paul CROMBIE 01:07:27; 576 Glenn NOWELL 01:09:30; 577 Charles BURBURY 01:09:34; 578 Greg CRACKNELL 01:09:44; 579 Jack ELLIOTT 01:10:00; 580 Daniel NORRIS 01:10:01; 581 Nick HEATH 01:10:02; 582 Michael MUSGROVE 01:10:37; 583 Chris SOBEY 01:10:49; 584 Paul MIDDLETON 01:11:24; 585 Bruce BRAMMALL 01:11:28; 586 Bryan KELLY 01:12:10; 587 Gavan O’CONNELL 01:12:16; 588 Simon CURWOOD 01:12:36; 589 Garry MCDONNELL 01:13:50; 590 Andrew MARTIN 01:13:56; 591 Richard DWYER 01:14:00; 592 John HERON 01:14:48; 593 Mark BOYLE 01:15:41; 594 Craig WILSON 01:16:04; 595 Brendan MILLARD 01:17:26; 596 Matt DANIELS 01:18:54; 597 Keith BARKER 01:18:55; 598 Geoffrey LAWRENCE 01:21:43; 599 Graham CURRIE 01:23:40; 600 Corey NIESSINK 01:23:56; 601 Andrew IOANNOU 01:24:13; 602 Aaron HITCH 01:27:13; 603 Jacob ZANONI 01:29:2400:55:28
10Km run: Women 1 Sandra PROSENICA 00:40:33; 2 Natasha
FRASER 00:41:25; 3 Astrid LEUTERT 00:42:27; 4 Charlotte CURNOW 00:42:51; 5 Sarah KLEIN 00:43:07; 6 Natalie MENSCH 00:43:31; 7 Liz BARKER 00:44:01; 8 Rebecca TWEED 00:44:05; 9 Kristen WYATT 00:44:20; 10 Lavinia GORDON 00:45:37; 11 Genevieve PAPE 00:46:20; 12 Chris BIGAS 00:46:25; 13 Rebecca WOOD 00:46:31; 14 Abi CLELAND 00:47:23; 15 Pamela GINNANE 00:47:52; 16 Lyndal DEW 00:48:05; 17 Jennifer KELLY 00:48:24; 18 Pixie INGRAM 00:48:34; 19 Philippa HODGETTS 00:48:53; 20 Carina FORD 00:49:10; 21 Cathy STRAHAN 00:49:30; 22 Katy THOMAS 00:49:33; 23 Bree SARAH 00:49:34; 24 Diane ELLIS 00:49:39; 25 Donna MCMAHON 00:49:42; 26 Paula KELLY 00:49:53; 27 Saskia HOLLOWAY 00:49:58; 28 Eleonore DE VIENNE 00:50:21; 29 Simone HAUGH 00:50:24; 30 Rose FENECH 00:50:28; 31 Lauren MCSWAIN 00:50:37; 32 Erin LITTLEWOOD 00:50:42; 33 Naomi PATTEN 00:51:03; 34 Tamara O’ROURKE 00:51:10; 35 Joanne WOODLAND 00:51:12; 36 Carolyn HALL 00:51:17; 37 Rosa LAW 00:51:31; 38 Christina CROWE 00:51:36; 39 Melissa WILLIAMS 00:51:41; 40 Rhonda HIRCOE 00:52:06; 41 Megan HORTLE 00:52:08; 42 Vanessa COLEMAN 00:52:09; 43 Jodi DUNELL 00:52:15; 44 Rachael NUSKE 00:52:33; 45 Deb FANNING 00:52:35; 46 Sara KERANEN 00:52:52; 47 Kellie MAHONEY 00:52:55; 48 Heather LACEY 00:52:56; 49 Anna MAGINNESS 00:53:03; 50 Anna MCEVOY 00:53:11; 51 Margaux EICHLER 00:53:16; 52 Patricia BOWMER 00:53:19; 53 Fiona STRAUSS 00:53:22; 54 Renee JENSCH 00:53:24; 55 Sarah OSBORN 53318-29Finish00:53:2600:12:52 56 Sophie MAYALL 00:53:27; 57 Jane SYKES 00:53:32; 58 Sue GARNER 00:53:35; 59 Jodie NICHOLLS 00:53:40; 60 Olivia KING 00:53:50; 61 Jane JAMES 00:54:01; 62 John MCENCROE 00:54:08; 63 Kate
EWING 00:54:09; 64 Beth DELUCA 00:54:09; 65 Kathie SIKKES 00:54:20; 66 Kate FAGAN 00:54:2300:13:49; 67 Megan PENFOUND 00:54:24; 68 Jill GREGORY 00:54:47; 69 Nicole NABOUT 00:54:53; 70 Mary-jane BOUGHEN 00:54:57; 71 Mary MORTON 00:55:02; 72 Amy VAN BRAAM 00:55:08; 73 Donna DEW 00:55:09; 74 Kate WARDLE 00:55:17; 75 Samantha JACKSON 00:55:17; 76 Ashlee UKICH 00:55:17; 77 Nicole ROBERTSON 00:55:23; 78 Louise Bronwyn CASBOULT 00:55:25; 79 Kym JANSEN 00:55:4000:15:07 80 Lucy LUNGDEN 76540-49Finish00:55:4700:15:14 81 Lisa FINDLAY 27130-39Finish00:55:5200:15:18 82 Kerry PETTIGROVE 00:56:07; 83 Sue WALKER 00:56:22; 84 Angela ALLEN 00:56:24; 85 Zara MEXTED 00:56:25; 86 Fiona FARMAN 00:56:26; 87 Kylie SARGENT 00:56:31; 88 Wanda KELLY 00:56:37; 89 Tracey PARKER 00:56:42; 90 Jacquelyn BROOKES 00:56:53; 91 Hannah WELLEMAN 00:57:01; 92 Jill RUSH 00:57:03; 93 Rebecca CRACKNELL 00:57:03; 94 Ruth FRANKS 00:57:06; 95 Jenny ROBERTS 00:57:08; 96 Kate GREER 00:57:10; 97 Simone KNOTT 00:57:19; 98 Rachel GOURLAY 00:57:22; 99 Marie GIROSKI 00:57:22; 100 Hilary VAN LEEUWEN 00:57:23; 101 Trudy MCCANN 00:57:32; 102 Melinda MILLIGAN 00:57:33; 103 Elaine PEARSON 00:57:39; 104 Dianne SWANN 00:57:50; 105 Marcia HATCHER 00:57:51; 106 Brooke ISSEL 00:57:53; 107 Alicia STAINDL 00:57:59; 108 Ruth DAVIES 00:58:01; 109 Jodie MAHONEY 00:58:07; 110 Alexandra LOCKIE 00:58:07; 111 Annie SMITH 00:58:15; 112 Sue MORONEY 00:58:19; 113 Fiona ANDERSON 00:58:19; 114 Jillian MURRAY 00:58:21; 115 Michelle ALLAN 00:58:22; 116 Zytel HIRCOE 00:58:36; 117 Natasha WHITEOAK 00:58:40; 118 Shirley RICKETTS 00:58:42; 119 Katherine SIMSON 00:58:43; 120 Gillian PASQUE 00:58:48; 121 Joanne BOWERS 00:58:51; 122 Neesha THOMPSON 00:58:52; 123 Vesna SMIGOWSKI; 00:58:55; 124 Lou CALLAN 00:58:57; 125 Meta VINCENT 00:59:03; 126 Monique KELLEY 00:59:03; 127 Trudy GUEST 00:59:19; 128 Roslyn HAMES 00:59:54; 129 Alicia MCGHEE 00:59:56; 130 Jo CARDEN 01:00:00; 131 Melinda YACOUB 01:00:02; 132 Gillian THORNTON 01:00:14; 133 Narelle SHARMAN 01:00:16; 134 Leonie BUTCHER 01:00:19; 135 Kristy FORAN 01:00:21; 136 Kate BULLEN 01:00:22; 137 Caitlin BUNTHONG 01:00:22; 138 Sharryn SAVICKAS 01:00:47; 139 Kaye ERVIN 01:00:50; 140 Kelly WURFEL 01:00:54; 141 Kate BURKE 01:01:17; 142 Bernadette KING 01:01:32; 143 Nikki DEVERY 01:01:35; 144 Maureen O’BRIEN 01:01:38; 145 Jane BERRY 01:01:38; 146 Julie MURPHY 01:01:38; 147 Teena SCOTT 01:02:28; 148 Melinda EMSELLE 01:02:32; 149 Cathie MACMILLAN 01:02:33; 150 Bronwyn PECK 01:02:33; 151 Mollie BORSCHMANN 01:02:41; 152 Caitlin BYRNE 01:02:41; 153 Angela QUINN 01:02:43; 154 Jill JACIMOVIC 01:02:50; 155 Kylie SMITH 01:02:5200:22:18 156 Louise BOUDRIE-BURLEIGH 01:02:55; 157 Claire PLAPP 01:03:21; 158 Nicole GREEN 01:03:29; 159 Fiona GREIG 01:03:30; 160 Gretel SHARP 01:03:32; 161 Charlotte MORRISON 01:03:40; 162 Lauren MAXWELL 01:03:53; 163 Serena CHIRNSIDE 01:03:57; 164 Rose ISER 01:04:05; 165 Jane HARRISON 01:04:19; 166 Jo RICHARDSON 01:04:25; 167 Dee DEMARIA 01:04:27; 168 Olga WATTERS-KOESTENBAUER 01:04:30; 169 Jenny MCMAHON 01:04:35; 170 Rachel ROBARTS 01:04:38; 171 Sheridan REAPER 01:04:38; 172 Sabina READ 01:04:40; 173 Alice CROWLEY 01:04:41; 174 Rashelle DOUGLAS 01:04:42; 175 Helen PATTERSON 01:04:47; 176 Tania BAXTER 01:04:47; 177 Kathryn MCCARTHY 01:04:56; 178 Emily BIGGAR 01:05:16; 179 Kelly CLARK 01:05:18; 180 Leanne MCPHERSON 01:05:19; 181 Paula CLARK 01:05:2900:24:55; 182 Kristine HEATHER 01:05:30; 183 Megan TOMARAS 01:05:32; 184 Carlene MATTHEWS 01:05:53; 185 Rebecca REDFERN 01:05:59; 186 Karen LYLE 01:06:020; 187 Isabel COBURN 01:06:36; 188 Susannah BYRNE 01:06:36; 189 Jessica CONHEADY 01:06:39; 190 Naomi CALLAHAN 01:06:47; 191 Silke LULOFS 01:06:47; 192 Annabel ADAMS 01:06:53; 193 Ruby HOLROYD 01:07:03; 194 Carmen LEONG 01:07:07; 195 Alexandra VEALL 01:07:08; 196 Caroline HAMER 01:07:08; 197 Nicole HARTIGAN 01:07:10;198 Meredith CROMBIE 01:07:27; 199 Christine BUSHFIELD 01:07:28; 200 Donna ZARAGLIA 01:07:37; 201 Kristie HENDERSON 01:07:37; 202 Chrissy ROOTES 01:08:33; 203 Annabel HULL 01:08:34; 204 Elizabeth HAYES 01:08:34; 205 Ellen COOK 01:08:42; 206 Lizzie LOCKIE 01:09:07; 207 Robbie MCLEOD 01:09:13; 208 Fiona LAMBRICK 01:09:27; 209 Lisa GUEST 01:09:49; 210 Fiona DEMPSTER 01:09:55; 211 Anita BORSCHMANN 01:10:11; 212 Deborah LAWRENCE 01:10:36; 213 Kathryn SOBEY 01:10:50; 214 Emily TUECHLER 01:11:02; 215 Emily MANNIX 01:11:07; 216 Deb MOLOUGHNEY 01:11:23; 217 Samantha BOSWELL 01:11:35; 218 Nell MYER 01:12:01; 219 Robyn KENNEDY 01:12:10; 220 Jessica THORNE 01:13:02; 221 Mel VAN ALTENA 01:13:04; 222 Whittney BROWN 01:13:38; 223 Helen HOWLETT 01:15:01; 224 Pauline MCAULIFFE 01:15:58; 225 Linda THOMSON 01:16:14; 226 Katherine TURNER 01:16:30; 227 Donna JACK 01:17:03; 228 Sharon ARMSTRONG 01:17:04; 229 Ashley SMITH 01:17:51; 230 Cheree MCNEIGHT 01:18:36; 231 Frederica BARNETT 01:18:52; 232 Alison WASTIE 01:20:41; 233 Bridget CLANCY 01:20:44; 234 Maria CACCAUIELLO 01:20:45; 235 Jane VALPIED 01:20:50; 236 Casey SHARMAN 01:24:16; 237 Mary GIDDINGS 01:24:38; 238 Rebekah TIMMINS 01:24:39; 239 Kate PERKINS 01:25:21; 240 Shayne DEAN 01:26:06; 241 Lisa PELAYO 01:29:24; 242 Fiona TOPOLCSANYI 01:31:01; 243 Jacinta SPADON 01:44:54; 244 Rosemary WATSON 01:47:09.
5Km run: Men 1 Matthew WILLIAMS 00:16:24; 2 David BAYLEY 00:16:59; 3 Jack VERSTRATEN 00:17:25; 4 Ken WALKER 00:17:34; 5 Tyler STACK 00:17:59; 6 Lewis CLARK 00:18:06; 7 Tony BRAIN 00:18:31; 8 Michael JENNINGS 00:18:33; 9 Tim BYRNE 155650-59Finish00:18:4700:02:22 10 Mark BUSHFIELD 00:18:55; 11 Tom KINGSTON 00:19:06; 12 Jordan SKOK 00:19:08; 13 Samuel MURPHY 00:19:18; 14 Jake WILLIAMSON 00:19:19; 15 Jack PEDLER ; 00:19:30; 16 Toby O’BRIEN 00:19:32; 17 Lachlan DILLON 00:19:50; 18 Luke MCLEAN 00:20:04; 19 Matt BACON 00:20:07; 20 Joshua CAHIR 00:20:29; 21 Simon DRIVER 00:20:32; 22 Lucas SPOKES 00:20:32; 23 Matthew ALLAN 172514-17Finish00:20:4000:04:16 24 Jack HARRIS 160214-17Finish00:20:4500:04:20 25 Andrew DAVIDSON 00:21:05; 26 Riley PATTEN 00:21:07; 27 Craig SPIERS 00:21:11; 28 Stephen MCKENZIE 00:21:15; 29 Ned TICKNER 00:21:23; 30 Sebastien HESSMANN 00:21:25; 31 Marcus BROWN 00:21:26; 32 Joe DORRAT THORPE 00:21:29; 33 Nick VAN VEENENDAAL 169814-17Finish00:21:4500:05:21 34 James MUNRO 164918-29Finish00:21:4900:05:24 35 Dylan MANNIX 150914-17Finish00:21:5900:05:34 36 Garry
CANNON 155940-49Finish00:22:0000:05:36 37 William PHUNG 166718-29Finish00:22:0400:05:39 38 Patrick KILLEN 226514-17Finish00:22:0700:05:43 39 Sean BOLGER 154814-17Finish00:22:0900:05:45 40 Mitchell HUDSON 161314-17Finish00:22:1200:05:47 41 Ashley KILLEN 225740-49Finish00:22:3100:06:06 42 Greg BOWTELL 155030-39Finish00:22:3600:06:11 43 Andy BOYKETT 155114-17Finish00:22:3800:06:13 44 Mark SHARP 167840-49Finish00:22:4000:06:16 45 Matthew CENTOFANTI 175014-17Finish00:22:5200:06:28 46 Daniel METCALFE 164014-17Finish00:22:5500:06:30 47 Nicholas EGAN 226714-17Finish00:23:0600:06:41 48 Keith DEARNLEY 226830-39Finish00:23:0600:06:41 49 Rod CLARK 151730-39Finish00:23:3900:07:15 50 Stevo SHELLS 172018-29Finish00:23:5300:07:29 51 Branden STRAHAN 150214-17Finish00:24:0000:07:35 52 Mark WARWICK 170230-39Finish00:24:0300:07:38 53 Olivier HESSMANN 160714-17Finish00:24:1400:07:50 54 Andrew GLEESON 159440-49Finish00:24:1600:07:51 55 Jeffrey STEWART 172450-59Finish00:24:2300:07:58 56 Lachlan BARBER 150114-17Finish00:24:2600:08:01 57 Judd SPOKES 169118-29Finish00:24:3200:08:07 58 Aden BARROW 154118-29Finish00:24:3700:08:12 59 Andrew METCALFE 163940-49Finish00:24:4000:08:16 60 Harrison BENNETT 152214-17Finish00:24:4600:08:2161 Dillon HAIRE 172114-17Finish00:24:4900:08:24 62 David CLARK 151840-49Finish00:24:5300:08:29 63 Paul HENDERSON 160540-49Finish00:24:5700:08:33 64 Lachlan RUSSELL 167414-17Finish00:25:0100:08:36 65 Scott RUSSELL 167530-39Finish00:25:0100:08:37 66 Bill BOYD 150840-49Finish00:25:0500:08:41 67 John BLACK 154614-17Finish00:25:0700:08:42 68 Simon COX 156440-49Finish00:25:1400:08:49 69 John GREER 171740-49Finish00:25:1500:08:50 70 Andrew CENTOFANTI 225114-17Finish00:25:3100:09:06 71 Joseph LOVIE-TOON 163414-17Finish00:25:3500:09:11 72 Jon BOSCH 154930-39Finish00:25:5200:09:27 73 Samuel BRIGGS 172814-17Finish00:25:5800:09:33 74 Grant HUTCHINS 161540-49Finish00:26:0500:09:41 75 Sean RYAN 171514-17Finish00:26:1200:09:48 76 Brayden ALLAN 152314-17Finish00:26:1500:09:50 77 Mike O’KEEFE 166040-49Finish00:26:1900:09:54 78 Alyne FAGG 157660+Finish00:26:2900:10:05 79 Mark TOMLINSON 227940-49Finish00:26:3500:10:10 80 Zachary GENOVESI 226314-17Finish00:26:3900:10:15 81 Tony FOSS 158340-49Finish00:26:4600:10:22 82 Brett GORMAN 159530-39Finish00:26:5000:10:26 83 Shane STRAHAN 150314-17Finish00:26:5300:10:29 84 Paul ORLINSKI 166130-39Finish00:27:0900:10:45 85 Dylan RYAN 174714-17Finish00:27:1000:10:45 86 Charlie GEASON 227314-17Finish00:27:1200:10:47 87 Geoff MURDOCH 165140-49Finish00:27:1500:10:51 88 Liam TOMLINSON 227814-17Finish00:27:3000:11:05 89 Harry STANNARD 169414-17Finish00:27:3900:11:14 90 Lee PROSSER 166830-39Finish00:27:4500:11:20 91 Michael GARLAND 159040-49Finish00:27:4500:11:21 92 Paul BIRD 227140-49Finish00:27:5500:11:30 93 Dino CENTOFANTI 174940-49Finish00:27:5600:11:31 94 Andrew NEWTON 165550-59Finish00:27:5600:11:31 95 Leigh JONES 153218-29Finish00:28:0500:11:40 96 Chris HILL 160918-29Finish00:28:1800:11:53 97 Sam WOODALL 171014-17Finish00:28:2200:11:57 98 Jack SPENCER 168914-17Finish00:28:4400:12:20 99 Mark SPENCER 169040-49Finish00:28:4500:12:21 100 Leigh CRICHTON 225450-59Finish00:28:5700:12:32 101 Neil ATKINSON 154040-49Finish00:29:0000:12:36 102 Rob WOODALL 170940-49Finish00:29:0900:12:45 103 Richard KAPELLE 162450-59Finish00:29:1500:12:51 104 Alan MCNISH 171914-17Finish00:29:4200:13:17 105 Ian MCNISH 171850-59Finish00:29:4200:13:18 106 Andrew GOURLAY 159740-49Finish00:30:5900:14:34 107 Andrew GOURLAY 159640-49Finish00:30:5900:14:35 108 Jack LAKER 163114-17Finish00:31:5300:15:29 109 Frank TROOST 151950-59Finish00:32:0200:15:37 110 Jeff SODERSTROM 173630-39Finish00:32:3300:16:08 111 Oliver OVERMAIN 227014-17Finish00:32:3300:16:09 112 Andrew HUMPHRIS 173130-39Finish00:32:3800:16:13 113 Gabriel LOTESTO 173940-49Finish00:34:4500:18:21 114 Morris BURGESS 226650-59Finish00:35:0300:18:38 115 Jason FRENCH 158630-39Finish00:35:0300:18:38 116 Charlie GARLAND 158814-17Finish00:38:4700:22:22 117 Les CATIONS 156250-59Finish00:41:3400:25:10
5Km run: Women 1 Loretta MCGRATH 00:19:180; 2 Jmara HOCKLEY SAMON 00:19:21; 3 Elizabeth BELL 00:20:09; 4 Louise WOOD 00:20:12; 5 Carolyn HUELL 00:20:23; 6 Patricia GALVIN 00:20:56; 7 Brooke ZERAFA 00:21:12; 8 Rebecca BARTLETT 00:21:40; 9 India KINSEY 00:21:54; 10 Christine WOOLLEY 00:22:12; 11 Christy CHUDOSNICK 171314-17Finish00:22:1300:02:55 12 Pip CORNES 156318-29Finish00:22:1700:02:59 13 Eliza SCOTT 167614-17Finish00:22:2400:03:06 14 Stephanie ASHER 153940-49Finish00:22:3200:03:14 15 Wendy PARISH 228214-17Finish00:22:4800:03:29 16 Georgia SCOTT 167718-29Finish00:22:5800:03:40 17 Annika MIESEN 164114-17Finish00:22:5900:03:41 18 Donna HUNT 161440-49Finish00:23:0200:03:44 19 Nicole WHITE 150630-39Finish00:23:1800:04:00 20 Sandra WARWICK 170340-49Finish00:23:2800:04:10 21 Darcie VERSTRATEN 169914-17Finish00:23:3500:04:17 22 Grace LOTESTO 173840-49Finish00:23:4100:04:23 23 Vanessa CUTHBERT 171430-39Finish00:23:5500:04:37 24 Madelaine BARRY 154214-17Finish00:23:5600:04:38 25 Susan BAKER 172330-39Finish00:23:5700:04:39 26 Louise KEATING 151518-29Finish00:24:2900:05:11 27 Donna KITTO 163040-49Finish00:24:3400:05:16 28 Madeleine HOBBS 161118-29Finish00:24:3700:05:19 29 Bree HARRIS 160118-29Finish00:24:4500:05:27 30 Olivia DARBYSHIRE 156518-29Finish00:24:5000:05:3231 Sharon MCWHINNEY 150440-49Finish00:24:5300:05:35 32 Sophie DREHER 157218-29Finish00:24:5700:05:39 33 Chelsea FISHER 158018-29Finish00:24:5700:05:39 34 Maloury DAVIS 156718-29Finish00:24:5800:05:40 35 Lucy WATSON 152614-17Finish00:25:0400:05:46 36 Alana NEALE 165330-39Finish00:25:0700:05:49 37 Kerrie MORONEY 164740-49Finish00:25:0700:05:49 38 Coral BRIDGLAND 155350-59Finish00:25:1200:05:54 39 Fiona HESSMANN 160640-49Finish00:25:1700:05:59 40 Grace SODOMACO 168814-17Finish00:25:1800:06:00 41 Tamie MOODY 164530-39Finish00:25:2200:06:04 42 Yolanda LORIE-TOON 172714-17Finish00:25:3700:06:19 43 Catherine SIMPSON 168340-49Finish00:25:4200:06:23 44 Sarah FRATIN 158518-29Finish00:25:4400:06:26 45 Karla PACKHAM 166230-39Finish00:26:0000:06:42 46 Jemima HUTCHINS 161614-17Finish00:26:0500:06:47 47 Kathryn SIER 168230-39Finish00:26:1000:06:52 48 Ruby SCANLAN 226114-17Finish00:26:1800:06:59 49 Sian KELLY 226214-17Finish00:26:1800:06:59 50 Emma MURDOCH
165014-17Finish00:26:1900:07:01 51 Alyson SALMON 226440-49Finish00:26:2100:07:03 52 Susan WOODMAN 171140-49Finish00:26:2400:07:06 53 Miriam INGVARSON 226030-39Finish00:26:3600:07:18 54 Vicki KAPELLE 162550-59Finish00:26:4000:07:22 55 Clare FOSS 158230-39Finish00:26:4600:07:28 56 Chelsea RUSSELL 167214-17Finish00:26:5300:07:34 57 Katrina RUSSELL 167330-39Finish00:26:5400:07:36 58 Simone ALLAN 152430-39Finish00:26:5700:07:39 59 Lisa ADAMS 153330-39Finish00:26:5900:07:41 60 Jane MCCANN 174530-39Finish00:27:0100:07:42 61 Christina CASS 156030-39Finish00:27:0200:07:44 62 Sarah LAMB 163230-39Finish00:27:0800:07:50 63 Helen JACOB 161740-49Finish00:27:0900:07:51 64 Melinda STACEY 169340-49Finish00:27:1000:07:52 65 Lucy PRING 151130-39Finish00:27:1300:07:55 66 Sarah SHORT 168018-29Finish00:27:1300:07:55 67 Carly BLAIR 154718-29Finish00:27:1600:07:58 68 Libbie GEASON 227240-49Finish00:27:1800:07:59 69 Amanda O’KEEFE 165940-49Finish00:27:2100:08:03 70 Ebony SMITH 168614-17Finish00:27:3600:08:18 71 Diana GILBERT 159240-49Finish00:27:4100:08:23 72 Rebekah FEWKES 157930-39Finish00:27:4500:08:27 73 Juliet BIGELOW 154514-17Finish00:28:0000:08:42 74 Linda DUNCAN 157330-39Finish00:28:0400:08:46 75 Colleen MONK 164440-49Finish00:28:1200:08:54 76 Sue KIRWAN-HAMILTON 162940-49Finish00:28:1600:08:58 77 Eliza WILLIAMSON 170614-17Finish00:28:1900:09:01 78 Mylea ADAMS 153530-39Finish00:28:3400:09:15 79 Kim DICKINSON 156940-49Finish00:28:3500:09:17 80 Jasmin PEARSON 166514-17Finish00:28:3700:09:19 81 Danielle WALTER 225330-39Finish00:28:5700:09:39 82 Katelyn HOBBS 161014-17Finish00:29:0200:09:43 83 Libbi MIRIKLIS 164230-39Finish00:29:0900:09:51 84 Leah MCCOMBE 151618-29Finish00:29:1200:09:54 85 Jacinta KAPELLE 162318-29Finish00:29:1600:09:58 86 Emily O’CONNOR 165614-17Finish00:29:1700:09:59 87 Bronwyn FOX 158430-39Finish00:29:1900:10:01 88 Amy ROSS 174630-39Finish00:29:2300:10:04 89 Chelsea ABEL 227614-17Finish00:29:2700:10:09 90 Jaimie EL-HAGE 157414-17Finish00:29:2700:10:09 91 Tammy SMITH 168730-39Finish00:29:3300:10:15 92 Colleen HENDERSON 160430-39Finish00:29:4000:10:22 93 Amber ASHBY 153830-39Finish00:29:4400:10:26 94 Cathy OVERMAN 226940-49Finish00:29:4500:10:27 95 Sophie PAYNE 166414-17Finish00:29:4700:10:29 96 Amanda KELLY 162640-49Finish00:30:0200:10:44 97 Nicole HEALY 173314-17Finish00:30:0500:10:47 98 Andrea MULCAHY 164830-39Finish00:30:2400:11:06 99 Tarryn HEALY 173418-29Finish00:30:2400:11:06 100 Renee LOCARNINI 173218-29Finish00:30:2500:11:07 101 Barbara O’DWYER 165740-49Finish00:30:3000:11:11 102 Peta MOORES 164630-39Finish00:30:3400:11:15 103 Michelle HALL 151030-39Finish00:30:4600:11:28 104 Prudence CLISSOLD 227418-29Finish00:30:4900:11:31 105 Pam KINSEY 162830-39Finish00:30:5200:11:34 106 Brooke SKORJANEC 168514-17Finish00:31:0000:11:42 107 Ashleigh ROZENFELD 167114-17Finish00:31:0100:11:43 108 Jenny MCCALLUM 174440-49Finish00:31:0300:11:45 109 Alexandra O’HALLORAN 165840-49Finish00:31:0700:11:48 110 Jacinta JONES 162230-39Finish00:31:0800:11:50 111 Helen CUSACK 151460+Finish00:31:2300:12:05 112 Caitlyn JARRETT 161818-29Finish00:31:3100:12:13 113 Victoria HATFIELD 160318-29Finish00:31:4100:12:22 114 Josie PAPA 174140-49Finish00:31:4500:12:27 115 Kate DEGRANDI 156818-29Finish00:31:4500:12:27 116 Melissa GUARNACCIA 159918-29Finish00:31:4500:12:27 117 Kate MAUDSLEY 227740-49Finish00:31:4800:12:29 118 Jessica FARGHER 157818-29Finish00:31:5100:12:33 119 Janine FARGHER 157740-49Finish00:31:5100:12:33 120 Bunny MC DONALD 163550-59Finish00:31:5200:12:34121 Barbara WINKLER 170840-49Finish00:31:5300:12:35 122 Claire WRIGHT 225840-49Finish00:32:2900:13:11 123 Elissa HOLLOWAY 173030-39Finish00:32:3800:13:20 124 Robyn EMERSON 157540-49Finish00:32:4000:13:21 125 Robyn PAYNE 166340-49Finish00:32:4100:13:23 126 Dianne PERRY 166650-59Finish00:33:1700:13:59 127 Michelle MCGARRIGLE 163640-49Finish00:33:3400:14:15 128 Jo ALTMANN 153630-39Finish00:33:3400:14:16 129 Leanne GENOVESI 159140-49Finish00:33:5100:14:33 130 Michelle TEHAN 169530-39Finish00:33:5400:14:36 131 Sherry BOWDEN 152740-49Finish00:34:0300:14:45 132 Nicole TRICKEY 169630-39Finish00:34:1100:14:53 133 Melissa GRANT 159830-39Finish00:34:2000:15:01 134 Carla PAPA 174214-17Finish00:34:3900:15:21 135 Kerry SIDAWAY 168150-59Finish00:35:0400:15:46 136 Georgie GALL 225940-49Finish00:36:2200:17:04 137 Monique NELIS 165430-39Finish00:37:2400:18:06 138 Paula STILES 173730-39Finish00:38:0000:18:42 139 Megan URLICHS 169730-39Finish00:38:0200:18:44 140 Samantha WICKS 170418-29Finish00:38:0400:18:45 141 Laura HANNAN 228314-17Finish00:38:2400:19:06 142 Jenni GARLAND 158940-49Finish00:38:4700:19:29 143 Kylie LAWLESS 163318-29Finish00:38:5800:19:40 144 Diane SHIELLS 167940-49Finish00:39:3400:20:16 145 Molly TICKNER 151314-17Finish00:41:1800:22:00
Walkers: Men Ian WALKER 01:12:49; Frank MANCINI 01:13:22; Douglas GOWANS 01:14:18; Lachlan TURNER 01:15:23; Angelo FUSCA 01:15:37; Seamus CARR 01:15:37; Alistair DUNLOP 01:15:37; John MASSIE 01:15:46; Paul MACDONOUGH 01:16:42; Toby RYAN 01:17:18; Callum JENKINS 01:17:42; Paul HURST 01:19:35; Steve JORDAN 01:22:14; Peter BERRY 01:22:27; Andrew TURNER 01:23:34; Michael DOWLING 01:24:02; Grant WILSON 01:24:12; Peter LAKER 01:24:16; Gary CADDY 01:25:46; Brennan RYAN 01:25:48; Michael KING 01:27:02; Robin COVENTRY 01:27:02; Gary THOMPSON 01:27:26; Greg PETERS 01:27:35; David DANDO 01:28:00; Darren BURGOYNE 01:29:09; Andrew MORIHOVITIS 01:29:33; Craig CANN 01:30:05; Peter WHITE 01:30:21; Blair GALVIN 01:30:43; Joe MURRAY 01:31:30; Gary CADDY 01:31:48; John FENDYK 01:31:56; Greg JONES 01:33:13; David O’CONNOR 01:33:36; Mick PARSONS 01:33:36; Matthew CONDUIT 01:33:43; Wayne NEWTOWN 01:33:47; Frank HALL 01:34:19; Chris MORRISSY 01:34:51; Frank EMANUELE 01:35:38; Chris MORIHOVITIS 01:35:39; Ian JONES 01:36:28; Luke JONES 01:36:28; Andrew SACCO 01:36:43; Robert PERRY 01:36:55; Peter LAIDLER 01:36:55; Todd SPALLIERA 01:37:24; Chris WHITE 01:37:51; Patrick BRADY 01:37:51; Bernie GOGGIN 01:38:22; Adam GLEESON 01:41:04; Adrian MILLS 01:41:05; Michael MEYER 01:41:05; Kelly MAYNE 01:41:52; Brendan MOLONEY 01:42:08; Paul NORTHEY 01:42:37; Adam JAQUES 01:42:47; Martyn SHEPLEY 01:43:33; Earle WEBBER 01:43:33; Peter MCMULLIN 01:48:26; Kenneth COULSON 01:49:54; Robert SLATTER 01:49:57; Greg AUGUSTINUS 01:52:18; Tom FREEMAN 01:52:20; Michael OTOOLE 01:52:46; Joe FUSCA 01:57:07; Kenneth CARTER 01:58:00;
Walkers: Women Jennifer JACKSON 01:12:53; Emma BECK 01:14:34; Jacqueline FREW 01:16:42; Fiona BENNETT 01:16:45; Lee anne PHAYER 01:16:45; Patricia STEWART 01:17:01; Tennille VON AHLEFELDT 01:17:15; Susan ADAMSON 01:19:33; Carole FABIAN 01:20:01; Lynn REYNOLDS 01:20:14; Sue RYAN 01:20:28; Jenny CARDEN 01:21:16; Holly MERRIMAN 01:21:35; Joanne MERRIMAN 01:22:31; Debbie THEBES 01:22:47; Danielle WALDER 01:22:48; Lauren WILDING 01:24:03; Sheralee STEVENS 01:24:59; Debbie WOODS 01:24:59; Dorinda RYAN 01:25:47; Trudy DELANEY 01:25:47; Wendy MCQUILLAN 01:27:04; Pam WRIGHT 01:27:04; Kathy QUINN 01:27:05; Jennifer FIELD 01:27:26; Caroline WATSON 01:27:50; Barbara SHANNAHAN 01:27:59; Tracy MCDOWELL 01:28:09; Glynis FRASER 01:28:39; Christine CHANDLER 01:28:39; Jessica LAWRENCE 01:28:50OpenFemale31 58321358 Mandy MCDONALD 01:29:09OpenFemale32 59331256 Annette HABER 01:29:18OpenFemale33 60341255 Lisa DEL VESCOVO 01:29:18OpenFemale34 61351440 Georgia WINNELL 01:29:19OpenFemale35 63361354 Rita MATTA 01:29:33OpenFemale36 66371372 Pam MORROW 01:30:21OpenFemale37 67381326 Terry GAILIUS 01:30:34OpenFemale38 68391418 Karen TUECHLER 01:30:34OpenFemale39 70401460 Margaret PEDLER 01:30:44OpenFemale4071411273 Jasmine PAGE 01:30:57OpenFemale41 72421274 Abbey PAGE 01:30:57OpenFemale42 74431412 Alexandra THOMPSON 01:31:31OpenFemale43 75441254 Linda MCCOOKE 01:31:45OpenFemale44 77451499 Cate CADDY 01:31:48OpenFemale45 78461324 Ella FUSCA 01:31:53OpenFemale46 79471340 Claudia JOHNS 01:31:53OpenFemale47 81481408 Angela TAYLOR 01:31:56OpenFemale48 82491317 Andrea DUNLOP 01:31:57OpenFemale49 83501482 A WRIGHT 01:32:17OpenFemale50 84511313 Anita DODDS 01:32:18OpenFemale51 85521266 Dalys SWEENEY 01:32:19OpenFemale52 86531420 Raelene VON AHLEFELDT 01:32:38OpenFemale53 87541303 Ruth CARR 01:32:45OpenFemale54 89551497 Sigrid PETTERSON 01:33:13OpenFemale55 90561461 Amy PEDLER 01:33:14OpenFemale56 91571463 Abby DOLPHIN 01:33:14OpenFemale57 92581378 Russeen NORMAN 01:33:19OpenFemale58 94591382 Majella O’CONNOR 01:33:36OpenFemale59 96601470 Felicity KORONUI 01:33:43OpenFemale6099611370 Helen MORIHOVITIS 01:33:48OpenFemale61 100621476 Kim DAY 01:33:55OpenFemale62 101631409 Dianne TEE 01:34:01OpenFemale63 103641331 Alex HALL 01:34:20OpenFemale64 104651486 Gail RATHGEBER 01:34:33OpenFemale65 105661487 Olivia RATHGEBER 01:34:34OpenFemale66 106671477 Debra READ 01:34:42OpenFemale67 108681391 Wendy PUMP 01:34:51OpenFemale68 109691449 Harriet EPSTEIN 01:35:32OpenFemale69 112701457 Linda RILEY 01:35:39OpenFemale70 113711308 Amanda CRAIG 01:35:47OpenFemale71 114721396 Elizabeth RODGERS 01:35:47OpenFemale72 115731312 Melissa DILLON 01:35:48OpenFemale73 116741406 Rhiannon SHORTAL 01:35:48OpenFemale74 117751402 Christine SACCO 01:36:18OpenFemale75 123761293 Yvonne BRIGGS 01:37:09OpenFemale76 124771404 Barbara SHEEHAN 01:37:09OpenFemale77 125781291 Rachael BOXSHALL 01:37:22OpenFemale78 126791373 Kim MUHLEN 01:37:23OpenFemale79 128801285 Jane ADCOCK 01:37:26OpenFemale80129811480 Amy WRIGHT 01:37:34OpenFemale81 130821483 Sylvia FLANAGAN 01:37:35OpenFemale82 131831428 Margaret WHITE 01:37:50OpenFemale83 134841314 Joanna DOOLAN 01:38:00OpenFemale84 135851351 Renate LAZARUS 01:38:16OpenFemale85 137861253 Caroline MCDONALD 01:38:38OpenFemale86 138871353 Andrea MAGLIO 01:38:39OpenFemale87 139881360 Chris MCMANUS 01:38:43OpenFemale88 140891385 Dianne PEARCE 01:38:43OpenFemale89 141901301 Eloise CANN 01:38:47OpenFemale90 142911375 Lisa MURPHY 01:39:07OpenFemale91 143921376 Maxene MURPHY 01:39:08OpenFemale92 144931397 Gail ROONEY 01:39:09OpenFemale93 145941335 Sarah HAWKEN 01:39:34OpenFemale94 146951334 Diane HAWKEN 01:39:35OpenFemale95 147961390 Deanna PUIATTI 01:39:35OpenFemale96 148971462 Wendy BECKHOUSE 01:40:02OpenFemale97 149981445 Eleanor SYMON 01:40:03OpenFemale98 150991444 Chloe MORAN 01:40:04OpenFemale99 1511001292 Jo BOYKETT 01:40:07OpenFemale1001521011294 Sue-ann BRUHN 01:40:11OpenFemale101 1531021341 Lindy JOHNSON 01:40:11OpenFemale102 1541031283 Suzanne TONKIN 01:40:38OpenFemale103 1551041298 Louise CALLAN 01:40:51OpenFemale104 1561051347 Liz KIRK 01:40:51OpenFemale105 1571061446 Jess NAYLOR 01:40:59OpenFemale106 1611071295 Anne BURCH 01:41:17OpenFemale107 1631081464 Margot HARRISON 01:42:07OpenFemale108 1641091465 Anne GULLIVER 01:42:07OpenFemale109 166110875 Helen MOLONEY 01:42:09OpenFemale110 1681111345 Wendy KERRY 01:42:45OpenFemale111 1701121344 Caitlin KERRY 01:42:48OpenFemale112 1711131337 Fran IOANNIDIS 01:43:08OpenFemale113 1721141338 Michelle IOANNIDIS 01:43:08OpenFemale114 1731151441 Danh NGUYEN 01:43:26OpenFemale115 1741161302 Jacqueline CARR 01:43:29OpenFemale116 1761171424 Carolyn WEBBER 01:43:33OpenFemale117 1781181356 Sharon MCARTHUR 01:45:15OpenFemale118 1791191415 Nicole THOMPSON 01:45:58OpenFemale119 1801201451 Felicity SYMON 01:46:00OpenFemale1201821211411 Nicole THEODORE 01:46:13OpenFemale121 1831221448 Bronwyn NAYLOR 01:46:32OpenFemale122 1841231447 Julia PULLEN 01:46:33OpenFemale123 1851241374 Carol MULLEN 01:46:40OpenFemale124 1861251278 Jenna GOLVSIN 01:46:48OpenFemale125 1871261439 Jeanette WINNELL 01:46:50OpenFemale126 1881271357 Jan MCDONALD 01:47:10OpenFemale127 1901281435 Kate HUDSON 01:47:59OpenFemale128 1911291277 Lisa WALKER 01:48:17OpenFemale129 1931301386 Holly PEARCE 01:49:00OpenFemale130 1941311350 Julie LAWRENCE 01:49:27OpenFemale131 1951321393 Joanne READ 01:49:53OpenFemale132 1961331367 Joanne MONKS 01:49:54OpenFemale133 1981341436 Kylie BONELLO 01:49:57OpenFemale134 2001351488 Unknown MCAULIFFE 01:50:19OpenFemale135 2011361438 E MCDOWELL 01:50:24OpenFemale136 2021371394 Sophie READ 01:50:30OpenFemale137 2031381416 Claire THWAITES 01:50:30OpenFemale138 2041391288 Philippa BAKES 01:50:31OpenFemale139 2051401407 Kerryn SKUZA 01:51:10OpenFemale1402061411336 Angela HOUGHTON 01:51:11OpenFemale141 2071421472 Donna THEBES 01:51:11OpenFemale142 2081431426 Michaela WELBY 01:52:08OpenFemale143 2101441297 Helen BYRNE 01:52:19OpenFemale144 2111451321 Vicki FREEMAN 01:52:19OpenFemale145 2151461307 Clare CORBET 01:57:09OpenFemale146 2171471299 Susan CAMPBELL 01:58:21OpenFemale147 2181481330 Louise GRAHAM 02:02:53OpenFemale148 2191491333 Amanda HAMER 02:02:53OpenFemale149
Ripper Nipper 1 Claudia VERSTRATEN 00:04:45; 2 Isobel GOWER 00:04:54; 3 Isaac HOCKEY 00:05:01; 4 David HANDLEY 00:05:08; 5 David MCPHEE 00:05:09; 6 Liam DUGGAN 00:05:11; 7 Nicholas HOLLIDAY 00:05:12; 8 Jack VERSTRATEN 00:05:14; 9 Samuel SHIELDS 00:05:18; 10 David FRIEND 00:05:20; 11 Cameron DRAKE 00:05:21; 12 Daniel CASSELLS 00:05:23; 13 Alex MATHISEN 00:05:23; 14 Harry HOCKLEY SAMON 00:05:25; 15 Jake WILKIE 00:05:25; 16 Josh LINFORD 00:05:33; 17 Matilda SKOK 00:05:36; 18 Dominic MIESEN 00:05:38; 19 Andon SAPLAMAEV 00:05:40; 20 Hamish DRAKE 00:05:41; 21 Andrew SYNORADZKI 00:05:41; 22 Caitlin PICKETT 00:05:42; 23 Mitchell BURGESS 00:05:43; 24 Lauren RYAN 00:05:43; 25 Crystal
LARCOMBE 00:05:43; 26 Alan DRAYTON 00:05:46; 27 Kathryn O’DWYER 00:05:46; 28 Celeste CASALE 00:05:46; 29 Tom NUAN 00:05:47; 30 Brodie LINFORD 00:05:48; 31 Brooke ZERAFA 00:05:50; 32 Ben MANNIX 00:05:510; 33 Max PUTAMORSI 00:05:52; 34 Jack Edward ONEILL-PATERSON 00:05:52; 35 Mitch PATTEN 00:05:52; 36 Jack GLEESON 00:05:52; 37 Tom PUTAMORSI 00:05:53; 38 Wilzen CRAWFORD 00:05:54; 39 Matthew SYNORADZKI 00:05:54; 40 Bryce JENKINS 00:05:55; 41 Lachy HUELL 00:05:56; 42 Chantelle DE GIROLAMO 00:05:57; 43 Clementine PRAUD 00:05:57; 44 Jack HOCKLEY SHINAN 00:05:58; 45 Finn MAGINNESS 00:05:58; 46 Isabel GREER 00:05:58; 47 Isabella ROWLANDS 00:05:58; 48 Myles GOLLANT 00:06:00; 49 Zachary MIESEN 00:06:01; 50 Lachlan HANDLEY 00:06:04; 51 Luke DAVIDSON 00:06:05; 52 Adam DAVIDSON 00:06:05; 53 Bailey PACKHAM 00:06:06; 54 Harry GOWER 00:06:06; 55 Matthew BELL 00:06:07; 56 Baxter MENSCH 00:06:07; 57 Michael TAYLOR 00:06:07; 58 Grace O’DWYER 00:06:08; 59 Georgia QUICK 00:06:10; 60 Jack ROSE 00:06:10; 61 Elizabeth HODGETTS 00:06:11; 62 Kasey PARISH ; 00:06:11; 63 Thomas BRINDLEY 00:06:11; 64 Adrian MANCINI 00:06:11; 65 Riley GUERIN 00:06:12; 66 Jack FIRNS 00:06:12; 67 Brad COX 00:06:13; 68 Joshua DUGGAN 00:06:14; 69 Bridget ROWLANDS 00:06:14; 70 Larry WILLETT 00:06:15; 71 Myles AMMETT 00:06:16; 72 Corey WATSON 00:06:18; 73 Chloe HOLLIDAY 00:06:19; 74 Bailey SHARP 00:06:19; 75 Aimee CRAWFORD 00:06:19; 76 Henry HUTCHINS 00:06:20; 77 Lili READ 00:06:20; 78 Lilli BALAAM 00:06:21; 79 Declan JEFFERY 00:06:21; 80 Gabriel SHIELDS 00:06:21; 81 Jack HOLLIDAY 00:06:22; 82 Patrick MUIR 00:06:22; 83 Chelsea TAYLOR 00:06:22; 84 Nathan PEARSON 00:06:22; 85 Jayne FENDYK 00:06:23; 86 Tom KIDD 00:06:23; 87 Tom SMITH 00:06:24; 88 James CASSELLS 00:06:27; 89 Kyle MEYER 00:06:27; 90 Maddison BIGAS 00:06:27; 91 Patrick TOMLINSON 00:06:28; 92 Charlie FURPHY 00:06:29; 93 Connor O’KEEFE 00:06:30; 94 Sebastian ASHER 00:06:31; 95 Katie HARRIS 00:06:31; 96 Lachlan KIDD 00:06:32; 97 Karla BELL 00:06:32; 98 Lilia PRAUD 00:06:34; 99 Evana MIESEN 00:06:34; 100 Ben LYONS 00:06:34; 101 Olly WOOD 00:06:34; 102 James PATERSON 00:06:35; 103 Connor PICKETT 00:06:35; 104 William BRKIC 00:06:35; 105 Lucy COLSON 00:06:35; 106 Alexander MCLEAN 00:06:35; 107 Harry DODDS 00:06:35; 108 Flynn KINSEY 00:06:38; 109 Lochie KINSEY 00:06:38; 110 Ben PUTAMORSI 00:06:39; 111 Ella MANNIX 00:06:39; 112 Harvey ROGERS 00:06:40; 113 Kira PATTEN 00:06:41; 114 Flynn DRAKE 00:06:42; 115 Aaron TORMEY 00:06:42; 116 Annabelle STRAY 00:06:43; 117 Jack ROYLE 00:06:43; 118 Jack RYAN 00:06:44; 119 Phoebe NAYLOR 00:06:44; 120 Callum MCKENZIE 00:06:45; 121 Tom HOCKLEY SAMON 00:06:45; 122 Fergus WILLETT 00:06:47; 123 Holly RYAN 00:06:47; 124 Max PLAPP 00:06:47; 125 Emily ROE 00:06:48; 126 Jordan TURNER 00:06:49; 127 Bibi HOLDEN 00:06:49; 128 George HOLDEN 00:06:49; 129 Christy DAVISON 00:06:52; 130 Lila SHARROCK 00:06:52; 131 Helene SIMPSON 00:06:53; 132 Alana BOLGER 00:06:54; 133 Max MCLEAN 00:06:54; 134 Alex GALL 00:06:55; 135 Bethany WALDER 00:06:55; 136 Keely PEATLING 00:06:5600:02:10 137 Alanna COLEMAN 00:06:56; 138 Emily BAMBROOK 00:06:57; 139 Isabella GUNN 00:06:58; 140 Alannah BAIRD 00:06:58; 141 Angus FERN 00:06:59; 142 Sean O’CONNELL 00:06:59; 143 Sophie MAUDSLEY 00:06:59; 144 Olivia RICHARDSON 00:07:01; 145 Mimmi BALAAM 00:07:01; 146 Beau ELY 00:07:02; 147 Gabriella LEE 00:07:02; 148 Sebastian LEE 00:07:03; 149 Jayden SCHULZ 00:07:04; 150 Ruby WILKIE 00:07:04; 151 Ella FURPHY 00:07:05; 152 Toby NAYLOR 00:07:06; 153 Jason TORNEY 00:07:07; 154 Jacob BELL 00:07:07; 155 Riley HINCHCLIFFE 00:07:09; 156 Eliza GOLLANT 00:07:10; 157 Liam METCALFE 00:07:10; 158 Nathan HUCKER 00:07:11; 159 Sjamuel YOUNG 00:07:11; 160 Eleanor CULLUM 00:07:12; 161 Madeleine BENALLACK 00:07:13; 162 Mia SANNHOLM 00:07:13; 163 Ruby BRKIC 00:07:13; 164 Adam COLORETTI 00:07:14; 165 Phoebe PATTEN 00:07:15; 166 Bridget PERRY 00:07:15; 167 Ellie MULLIGAN 00:07:17; 168 Keeley TAYLOR 00:07:17; 169 Stephanie BRINDLEY 00:07:17; 170 Charlie FITZGERALD 00:07:17; 171 Ned FITZGERADLD 00:07:18; 172 Ryan MCNOLTY 00:07:20; 173 Olivia WALKER 00:07:23; 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IT may have been the flattest day for months but there was still enough push to get surfers up and riding at the January Disabled Surfing Event Day. About 80 volunteers turned out to enjoy the surf with another 30 participants when the event was held on Saturday morning. As is usual with Ocean Grove DSA events the temperature soared over 30 degrees but at least the wind was cooler than previous days. The Disabled Surfers Association is all
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Ocean Grove Bowling Club has had a huge response to its barefoot bowls nights.
Club bowled over by interest MORE than 130 people enjoyed a fun night of barefoot bowls at Club Grove last Wednesday. Unfortunately, approximately 50 others who wanted to join in couldn’t because all the greens were full. In only the second programmed
event, organisers were shocked to see so many come through the gates. On the first night only 45 turned up but that was probably due to temperature being 36 degrees. Barefoot Bowls is on every
Wednesday evening during January from 5.30pm until 8.00pm. Bookings can now be made by phoning the club on 5255 1540. Those who wish to have a meal at the club are advised to book for this as well. Bowlers can
Ocean Grove Bridge Club Bridge club results for the week ending 8 January 2010 Monday 4th January - Mitchell Movement: N\S 1st: Hugh Robertshawe & Joan Davis 2nd: Ross McDonald & Jennifer Zikos 3rd: Pauline Baker & Heather Scott E/W1st: George Del Papa & Ian Cooke 2nd: Marilyn McInnes & Kevin Crough 3rd: Dot & Geoff Read Wednesday 6th January - Mitchell Movement N/S 1st: Mari Anne Dreher & Lilian Esdale; 2nd Hugh & Nanette Tighe 3rd: Mark Cline & Cheryl Merritt E/W 1st: Vair Preston & Martin Keating 2nd: Elaine Hanneberry & Joan Martin
3rd: Pauline Baker & Sally Forsyth Friday 8 January - Mitchell Movement N/S 1st: George Del Papa & Marg Wylie 2nd: Jenny Smith & Helen Castellan 3rd: Alex Magee & Faye Scott E/W 1st: Cheryl Merritt & Brian Terrill 2nd: Hugh Robertshawe & Gaye Robertshawe 3rd: Jan Migliorini & Sally Collier The Ocean Grove Bridge Club Inc. meets at the Marcus Hill Hall, Cnr. Banks Road & Bellarine Highway Marcus Hill on Monday evenings, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Visitors most welcome. For more information please telephone 5256 2550.
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Pictured above: Ladies at the Ocean Grove Golf Club golf clinic. The ladies’ sessions are held each Monday during January from 10am.
play in flat soled shoes, thongs or bare feet, however footwear is required when entering the Club and tank tops/singlets are not suitable for men inside the venue. The cost for the evening is $10 for adults and $5 for under 18’s.
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Tough start for Cobras SUCCESS for ladder leading Collendina As will now rest on their bowling firepower and fielding skills if they are to counter a determined Coutas outfit. A mid order collapse on the first day of their encountter spoiled what promised to be a good day. Captain Kade Norquay was back and ramped up a solid 30 while Ewan Handley (28) held in there for the longest innings. Queenscliff are chasing 139 and are so far on 38 for 1. In other grades, Collendina B is chasing Queenscliff ’s 187 amd are so far at 80 for none, the Cs have defeated the same side with a hefty 259 for 7 to 207 all out, thanks to a tidy 82 from Eddie Ellwood and 36 each from Ben Evans and Brett Pearson (n/o). The D1s also earnt a victory away at Barrabool, 203 for 7 to 132 all out. Mark Fletcher hit 57 for this one. The D2s weren’t so fortunate falling to a Newcomb side 310 to 146, depsite the best efforts of Matthew Stammers on 48.
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and Grubbers As ...but Bs firing
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AN Ocean Grove side keen to build on winning the last game of 09 will do well to keep a grip on their fixture with Barrabool after a laboured innings on Saturday. With the first two batsmen dismissed for 10 between them it was left to Corey Bampfield (36) and Adam Spiby (28) to rescue this game. The scores now rest at the Bulls with 1 for 22 chasing Grubbers 124 total. The Bs on the other hand were on fire. Peter Hart smashed 60 as they cruised
to 320 for nine on their first day. Other notable scores came from John Breen (39), Troy Wiseman (39), Nathan Ervin (38) and Marcus Wirth (36). C grade fell to Barrabool 170 to 176, despite a healthy 61 from Craig Dâ€™Arcy. The D1s defeated Anglesea 155/5 to 127/9, with Shaun Fankhauserâ€™s 29 helping them there but the D2s succumbed to Wallington 117 to 112. John Bjornenak hit 42 for Grubbers in that tie at the Wallabies.
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