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Exhibitions aim to enthral A VARIED range of exhibitions are planned over the next few months at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington. Max & Olive: The photographic life of Olive Cotton and Max Dupain, a travelling exhibition by the National Gallery of Australia, looks at the work of the photographers who shared lives, a studio and professional practice. It focuses on a key period in their careers – 193445 – when they made many of their most memorable images. Their work often involved shooting the same subjects, or pursuing subjects and pictorial effects in similar ways. Iconic Australian Houses: An exhibition by Karen McCartney is a Sydney Living Museums travelling exhibition exploring 31 of the most important Australian homes of the past 60 years. It begins in the 1950s and culminates in key works by some of Australia’s contemporary masters. Zoë Croggon: Deep Cuts is a Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery exhibition in which the Melbourne-based artist presents a series of collages splicing together the human body with the natural landscape and built environment. It is a busy year for Croggon who will hold solo exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria and Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces in Fitzroy. Her work will also be exhibited at Heide Museum of Modern Art. The gallery is at Civic Reserve, Dunns Rd, Mornington. Opening hours are 10am-5pm Tuesday to Sunday. It is closed Mondays except on public holidays. Call: 5950 1580.

VCAT ‘no’ to quarry permit Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au THE Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has determined that the planning permit for the former Pioneer quarry in Boundary Rd, Dromana has expired. Community groups are hailing the decision as a victory over Hillview Quarries although one leading campaigner cautions “we’ve won a battle, but not the war”.

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“too early in the process” to have yet decided what steps to take next. Mr Fancett said it was still open for Hillview to appeal against the VCAT decision through the Supreme Court. VCAT member Judith Perlstein ruled that the quarry permit had expired “because the use of the land for the purpose of extractive industry did not start within two years of the issue of the permit”. And if the use did start within two years of the permit being issued it has expired “because the use of the land for extractive industry has been dis-

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Shire slows down for safety Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au EFFORTS being made to cut the road toll on the Mornington Peninsula will be outlined to an international audience in Canada in August. Road safety specialist Bruce Corben will outline the shire’s Towards Zero strategies and objectives to the ninth international conference on urban traffic safety Committee in Banff, Alberta, Canada in August. It is now one year since Mornington Peninsula Shire agreed to instigate road safety programs designed to make it a Towards Zero municipality and at the start of this month there had been no deaths recorded on the peninsula’s roads this year. The last recorded death was in Boundary Rd, Dromana on 16 December last year when a man died after the car he was driving hit a power pole just before midnight. Steps being taken to reduce death and injury resulting from traffic incidents centre mainly on reducing vehicle speeds. Traffic “calming” structures are being constructed in local streets and speed limits are being reduced on many roads, especially where there are high volumes of cyclists and pedestrians. In other places, such as near the Pillars rock diving site off the Esplanade, Mt Martha, signs advise drivers to drive slower than the legal speed limit. The shire is buying fleet vehicles with five-star safety ratings and also

Safety first: Road safety expert Bruce Corben, Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Bev Colomb, Victoria’s Police Assistant Commissioner of Road Policing Doug Fryer, Nigel McGuire White, Safe System Infrastructure Program director Bryan Sherritt and the shire’s traffic and road safety strategist Doug Bradbrook.

asking the state government for money to help make safer roads. The shire’s acting manager for infrastructure strategy Ed Pocock said the most current road trauma statistics for the peninsula show that between the start of 2012 and the end of 2016, there

have been 37 deaths and 572 serious injuries on peninsula roads. He said Towards Zero strategy has been developed to align shire with the state’s current road safety strategy and follows the principles of the Shire’s Peninsula Drivesafe 2008-2018 strategy.

The shire also works with Frankston on road safety initiatives and programs. Concern about the number of road accidents is also expressed in the shire’s alcohol policy, which states that there are more alcohol-related in-

cidents in the shire than elsewhere in the state. Between 2012 and 2014 ambulance attendances in the shire to alcohol-related incidents were 33 per cent higher than in Victoria as a whole; emergency department presentations were 40 per cent higher; and hospital admissions were 39 per cent higher. “While alcohol consumption is widely recognised as a legitimate social activity, alcohol-related harm is a significant public health issue which currently impacts Mornington Peninsula Shire residents at a higher rate than that of Victoria,” the shire’s alcohol policy states. At a recent council meeting the shire was praised for its “leadership” in road safety by the Assistant Commissioner of Road Policing Doug Fryer, and Bryan Sherritt, director of the Safe System Infrastructure Program team formed by the Transport Accident Commission and VicRoads. The mayor Cr Bev Colomb said providing a safe road network was an important part of the shire’s responsibility. “We are glad to be working in collaboration with the Transport Accident Commission, VicRoads and Victoria Police on the Towards Zero initiative to reduce road trauma on the peninsula. “We will continually advocate to the state government to help improve our roads to ensure our community members and tourists have safe and relaxed driving experience when driving around the peninsula.

‘All clear’ for speed cameras Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au THE Road Safety Camera Commissioner has backed the performance of the Peninsula Link speed cameras and reproached motorists contesting their fines. The commissioner, John Voyage, was asked to investigate the cameras by Police Minister Lisa Neville after “public disquiet about the system” – most noticeably by members of the 108 group who claimed they had “set their vehicle’s cruise controls and so the detected speed reading was in error”. Mr Voyage stated in his report that he

was “unable to find any error in any of the aspects of the road safety camera systems along Peninsula Link”. His investigation covered six sites of instant camera systems and four pointto-point zones. “I find there to be a pervasive culture … among drivers of slowing at cameras and then speeding up after passing the camera,” Mr Voyage said. “I also find that there is substantial misunderstanding by … drivers of the way the point-to-point road safety camera systems on Peninsula Link operate.” Mr Voyage stated that “after the most detailed analysis … no errors or faults were found. “The system is operating

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mum average speed between the two points, or point-to-point speed. Mr Voyage said only two drivers had backed up their complaints with data. “Using the data logs supplied … we were able to track these two vehicles’ journeys, as well as the journeys of vehicles travelling in their vicinity. The data records these vehicles overtaking numerous other vehicles but not being overtaken. “A third driver, who has not contacted my office, made various assertions in the media and provided limited data to the media. His matter is apparently before the courts. “No other complainant provided any data, or dash-cam footage, or the like.

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Only two sets were received, and both GPS data logs were of little or no probative value.” Mr Voyage said: “After exhaustive analysis, we have no evidence of any failures in the road safety camera system; and no evidence of reliance upon cruise control leading to adverse outcomes.” He said many drivers expressed the “erroneous belief that the point-topoint system would average the speeds at the two instantaneous ends of the zone; others thought that the point-topoint measure would be avoided by travelling at or below the speed limit at the instantaneous cameras”. Continued Page 14

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Nominate a baton bearer Local legends are being called on to carry the Queen’s Baton in the Mornington Peninsula as it prepares to host the Queen’s Baton Relay. The Commonwealth Games is looking for people who have achieved something extraordinary, inspired others, made a significant contribution to sport, education, the arts, culture, charity or within their community, have excelled, or aspire to excel athletically or personally, over the age of 10 and are an Australian citizen or resident. Nominations close on Monday 15 May, anyone can nominate a person who inspires them to be great. Visit the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games website to nominate. gc2018.com/qbr

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Do you own a business within one of our industrial precincts? If YES, then we want to hear from you. We’re currently undertaking a survey of businesses located within the industrial precincts to better understand your needs. The survey will be confidential and the findings will be used to facilitate future business support activities. mornpen.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay

8-14 May is an opportunity for our community to recognise the thousands of volunteers on the peninsula. Take the time to thank a volunteer you know, or be inspired by the portraits of local volunteers on display at your nearest Community House throughout May. volmornpen.com.au

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Congratulations to joint winners Woodman Estate, Moorooduc and RACV Resort, Cape Schanck for winning the coveted Restaurant of the Year in the recent 2017 Best Bites Awards. For a full list of winners across all categories please see our website. mornpen.vic.gov.au/bestbites

On 17 May Youth Services and Headspace Frankston will acknowledge and celebrate International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBiT). A community flag raising ceremony and morning tea will be held from 9am at all three shire offices in support of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer or questioning+ (LGBTIQ+) community. mornpen.vic.gov.au/youthservices

National Reconciliation Week You are invited to a community lunch on Saturday 3 June, 11am – 1.30pm at Flinders Yacht Club. Enjoy an indigenous inspired menu designed by Josh Tirant, Head Chef from the Flinders Hotel. Tickets are available. mornpen.vic.gov.au/communitylunch

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Artist Matthew Harding has been appointed to commission a sculpture at the Rosebud gateway. The structures are to be installed within the centre median strip of Point Nepean Road at Third Avenue and Adams Avenue. A detailed design and fabrication has begun and it is anticipated that the installation of the structures will be completed by August.

Councillors Bev Colomb (Mayor), Rosie Clark and Sam Hearn warmly invite you to join them for an evening of discussion and updates. Bring along your community brochures to share on the night and join the councillors for light refreshments. Questions or concerns prior to the meeting are welcomed. They look forward to seeing you there. RSVP by 19 May to councillor.support@mornpen.vic.gov.au

Sorrento seawall bollard Nepean: Crs Hugh Fraser, Bryan Payne

We were honoured to present resident Beth Cowling with an original Sorrento Seawall bollard in memory of her late-husband Colin

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Cerberus: Cr Kate Roper

The peninsula was the most successful breeding area in the state with 13 chicks fledged. Thank you to all the volunteers and communities that donate so much of their time to the ongoing conservation of this species. hploversmornpen@gmail.com

The community consultation process is nearing completion for works along High St, Hastings. The section from Victoria Street to King Street will begin mid-2017, and King Street to Salmon Street will begin later in the year.

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Social Media Workshop Series Mornington Shire Offices 13 May Composting and worm farming Eco Living Display Centre, The Briars 13 May Jean Paul Samputut – Celebrating Love, Life & Music New Peninsula Community Theatre, Mount Martha 13 May Firebird Trio & Friends Peninsula Community Theatre 14 May Somers Mother’s Day Classic Coolart Homestead and Wetlands 14 May Mother’s Day Classic Flinders 2017 Flinders Yacht Club and surrounds 14 May Mornington Racecourse Market Mornington Racecourse 14 May Concert: Here is the Weather Forecast The Village Uniting Church, Mount Eliza 16 May Social Media Workshop Series, Mornington Shire Offices 17 May Talk on Family Law, Rosebud Library 20 May Red Hill Memorial Preschool Open Day 20 May Dads and Babies Storytime Mornington, Somerville & Rosebud Libraries 20 May Sorrento Skate, Scooter & BMX Competition 2017 David McFarlan Reserve 21 May AFL Super Rules Commemorative Match Alexandra Park, Mornington 21 May RSPCA Million Paws Walk 2017 Fred Smith Reserve, Hastings Foreshore 21 May 125th Mornington Football Club Disaster Commemoration Mornington Park 23 May Social Media Workshop Series Mornington Shire Offices 24 May National Simultaneous Storytime Mornington Library 24 May Save the Bees talk, Rosebud Library 24 May Briars Ward Community Meeting Mount Eliza Community Hall 24 – 28 May Woodturning Exhibition Peninsula Community Theatre 24 – 25 May Mornington Peninsula Choral Festival 2017 Toorak College, Mount Eliza 26 May Mornington’s Biggest Morning Tea Empire Mall, Main Street, Mornington 26 – 27 May Melbourne Coastrek 2017 Cape Schanck to Point Nepean Quarantine Station 27 May Psychic & Wellbeing Festival Mount Eliza Community Centre 27 – 28 May Sorrento Makers Market Sorrento Main Street 29 May Watson Ward Community Meeting Somerville Mechanics Hall 30 May Social Media Workshop Series Mornington Shire Offices 30 – 31 May Mornington Peninsula Choral Festival 2017 Toorak College, Mount Eliza 1 June Live ‘n’ Local – Are you a local writer? Mornington Library 2 June 71st Anniversary Italian Republic Dromana Foreshore 3 June Willum Warrain Reconciliation Walk Pelican Park to Pound Rd, Hastings 3 June Community Lunch for Reconciliation Week Flinders Yacht Club For a full list of all markets and events mornpen.vic.gov.au/events Information is correct at time of printing.

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Special court for family violence Victoria Police officer, welcomed a dedicated family violence court in Frankston. “It is an unfortunate reality that Frankston experiences the highest rate of family violence call outs in metropolitan Melbourne.” A support and safety hub will be established later this year. Designed as a central point for information, triage and access for those experiencing family violence, the hub will cater to victim survivors and their friends and family, and be an access point for doctors, teachers and police. At the hub, additional training on preventing and responding to family violence will be given to mental health, alcohol and drug, and child protection workers. The capacity of the coroner’s court to investigate family violence-related deaths will also be expanded. In other state budget measures: More than 68,000 extra cases of assistance will be provided to victim survivors of family violence for crisis and case management support, and specialist family violence support, across the state. Face-to-face after-hours crisis support will be expanded, and funding will continue to support the 24/7 telephone-based-crisis service. Victims of family violence will receive 11,000 additional cases of assistance for counselling and therapeutic support to aid their recovery. Thirteen family violence refuges will be redeveloped to move to the ‘core and cluster’ model by 2020. About 4000 men who perpetrate violence against women will have access to voluntary places in behaviour change programs.

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Helping hands a lift for both sides RED Hill South resident Jill McLachlan retired from work just over 12 months ago but, wanting to do something that could make a difference to others, she investigated volunteering opportunities. “I had spent much of my working life supporting staff and mentoring younger women, a lot of who told me I was good at this sort of thing,” she said. “With some free time I thought I should find some volunteering work where I could use my skills to help others and provide me with a sense of fulfilment.” Ms McLachlan is one of about 36,000 residents – of 17.8 per cent of the Mornington Peninsula’s population – who volunteer some of their free time. During National Volunteer Week (8-14 May) organisations and communities will recognise those volunteers who work tirelessly for them, OzChild’s Glynis Smalley said. “It is an opportunity to thank those that provide a formidable workforce to many essential community, environmental, sporting, welfare, emergency services, education and cultural organisations. “Many organisations rely on volunteers to help deliver their programs. “There are many reasons why people volunteer their time. Often they want to find fulfillment, give back to a community that has supported them, pass on skills to the next generation, or gain skills that might lead to a paid job.” Ms McLachlan said she had been looking for something close to home and, having worked in the welfare sector, wanted a role that was “hands on” and allowed her to be involved with children. “I knew of the work of OzChild on the peninsula, having had a friend who

fostered children and others who had worked there in a professional capacity. They all spoke positively of OzChild and its work and culture so it seemed to be a prefect fit for me.” Ms McLachlan has been volunteering for just over 12 months, working with two families whom she visits every week. “I love it that no two weeks are the same, depending on the needs of the families I support,” she said. “Each visit can take two-to-four hours. I can also visit more than once a week if needed to accompany family members to appointments or take the children out to activities. “During the last school holidays I took the kids from both families out a few times: depending on the weather it could be to the beach, the pool, the park or somewhere indoors. “As well as spending time with my families I can also spend time each week preparing meals or activities to do with their kids, which I do in advance of my visits.” For those who are thinking of volunteering Ms McLachlan has some sound advice. “You should think about what you are good at and what skills you could use to help others,” she said. “Also think about what sorts of things you enjoy doing. “It helps to find someone who knows the organisation you are considering volunteering for and talk to them about what the organisation is like and what sorts of things they do. This will help you decide if your values align with theirs.” Visit .mornpen.vic.gov.au for information on volunteering.

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Golf n Pie offer IS BACK! Pink for mums MOTHER’S Day in McCrae will have a pink flavour next month when McCrae Lions Club illuminates the historic lighthouse in a pink glow. This is part of a celebration for all mothers, Friday 12 May to Sunday 14 May, with the message even more poignant for those families who have lost mothers to cancer. Several McCrae and Rosebud restaurants will be accepting donations and selling Pink Ribbons to aid cancer research. A dress in pink happy hour will be held at the BBC Cafe, McCrae, on Friday evening 12 May. Bookings: 5986 7008 or 5982 0295.

Golf day’s 30 years GOLF teams from around the Mornington Peninsula are preparing for the annual charity tournament that raises money for the Sorrento/ Portsea/Blairgowrie/Rye Cross unit. This will be the 30th anniversary of the tornament which is played at Portsea Golf Club followed by trophy presentations and lunch. The Red Cross unit’s charity golf day was started by Peggy Sherren in 1987 after securing sponsorship from the School of Army Health based at the Quarantine Station, Portsea. The Commanding officer, Lt Colonel Brian Vale,

arranged for the regimental fund to match the contribution provided by the army social golf club “Paulatim”. Marc Clavin Pharmacy took over as major sponsor when the army health base was moved to Wodonga. The event was first played on a Wednesday, which was women’s day at the club. A few years later it was changed to a Thursday, mixed day at Portsea Golf Club. The event is open to men and women and mixed teams. For bookings call 5984 6155. Entry fee $ for Portsea members and $65 for non-members. The draw will be available on Monday 27 May. Registration is at 8.30am with a shot gun start at 9.30am.

Law at the library AS part of National Law Week, White Cleland Lawyers and Consultants will visit Rosebud library, 10am, Wednesday 17 May, to talk about family law and how it works. National Law Week, 15-21 May, aims to promote public understanding of the law and its role in society. On the day specialists will answer questions about family law, wills, power-ofattorney and conveyancing. Details: visit ourlibrary.mornpen.vic.gov.au or call 5950 1230. Bookings essential.

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patrons and suppliers as one of the top three stores in Victoria for the vast range of spirits we have on offer,” said Ray. “We then had to address the dull outside and the result is these amazing murals by airbrush artist, Andy Riley.” Andy (pictured below) has been airbrushing for almost 20 years and has won numerous awards for motorcycle art, portraits and wildlife. “I met Ray through a friend of mine who mentioned he was

trying to find someone to paint a shabby looking wall on the side of his cellars,” said Andy. “We had a discussion that rather than paint the wall let’s do panels. That way I was able to do them in my own time. Once they were all complete we hung them all together. The signs are painted on sign writers board with automotive basecoat with a two- pack clear to protect them.” Ray says Andy came up with the

concept of using certain rare products that Sea Breeze Cellars stock. “We have over 800 spirits in the shop and many are not available everywhere in Victoria so there was plenty for him to choose from as the focus of the individual mural boards,” said Ray. “The mural was completed prior to Christmas last year and the response from the public has been awesome. It has raised the aesthetic value of the street as well.”


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Business case bid for car ferry Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au TENDERS are about to close for consultants to prepare “comprehensive business case” for a Cowes to Stony Point car ferry. An economic study produced six years ago put the overall cost of the project at $47 million and predicted it would lead to greater employment on Phillip Island and the Mornington, Peninsula during and after construction of two new terminals. The shires of Mornington Peninsula and Bass Coast are now awaiting their call for submission from consultants to prepare a business case. The state government has conributed $250,000 and the shires $25,000 each. There is nothing new about the ferry plan, and several studies have already been made this century, starting with a pre-feasibility study by consulting engineers Arup 2003, followed in 2008 by Bays and Maritime Initiative – Stony Point to Cowes Vehicle Ferry, by Maunsell Australia. In the July 2010 economic impact assessment commissioned by Bass Coast Essential Economics estimated the ferry service would carry 109,500 cars (323,000 passengers) in its first year increasing to 127,750 cars (375,000 passengers) in a decade. The mayor of Bass Coast Cr Pamela Rothfield said calling for a business case tender was “a big week for tourism”. The Essential Economics report was based on a 50-car ferry running from Stony Point and Cowes every two hours between 8am and 5pm.

A new pier would be built alongside the existing jetty if a car ferry srrvice is started to Phillip Island.

The cost of building a new pier and infrastructure at Stony Point is put at $21m and $25.8m at Cowes. Both piers would be alongside the existing piers. The study says the car ferry would have “little impact” on the existing passenger ferry service, which also calls at French Island. The state government is this month expected to announce the winning tender for a new five-year contract for the passengeronly service (“Island ferry out to tender” The News 21/3/17). The Essential Economics 2010 study said 285 effective full time jobs would be created during the construction phase of the terminals at Stony Point and Cowes which “will ensure con-

tinual low unemployment rates in Bass Coast and Mornington Peninsula, noting that both shires have relatively high proportions of resident workers occupied in construction-related activities”. The downside of the constructions would include temporary disruption to some commercial, recreational and tourism activities and traffic conflicts. Once built, the ferries would require 14 full time staff and create 27 “indirect” full time jobs. An additional 98 jobs would be created in the wider tourism industry. The increased number of visitors to the peninsula and Phillip Island will see $14m injected into the local economies in the first year growing to $16.3m by the tenth year.

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NEWS DESK Wartime reminder: Di Maloney at the Victorian Maritime Centre, Crib Point, with the pressed poppies from Flanders Fields. Picture: Gary Sissons

Poppies among the pages POPPIES picked on Flanders Fields, France, during WWI have been found in the pages of a book donated to the Victorian Maritime Centre Museum, Crib Point. Honorary member Norman Oates donated the book Seamanship Manual Vol I, 1932, to the museum among a number of items that had been left to him by his father, R J Oates. Mr Oates (senior) picked the poppies at Flanders Fields and pressed them in the book where they have remained ever since. The Victorian Maritime Centre’s Di Maloney said the poppies still showed tinges of red in their petals – even after 100 years inside the pages. “I was overcome when I saw them,” she said. “I knew it was something I will never forget. “I had a relative who fought there and these things bring it home to you.” Western Port Oberon Association president

Max Bryant said Norman Oates was born in 1931 in Birkenhead, England. “He donated a number of items to the museum, among them a book that belonged to his father. “Norman was at one stage an English policeman or “Bobby”. Leaving the police force he went to sea as an electrical engineer and sailed the world for many years, before migrating with his family to Australia. “He continued working on ships – but this time without going to sea – at ship maintenance companies. “This love of ships and the sea is what brought Norman into contact with the Western Port Oberon Association where he became an honorary member.” Mr Oates passed away on 14 July 2014 after a long fight with cancer. Stephen Taylor

Start for Rosebud men’s shed A DREAM held by many local Rosebud residents to have a community men’s shed is about to become a reality with the turning of the first sod ceremony today (Tuesday 9 May). Earthworks are due to start next week and it is expected that the shed shell, measuring 24 metres by 12 metres, will soon follow, Seawinds Community Hub CEO Heather Barton said. The work towards a men’s shed started two years ago with a grant from the state government. A federal government grant came last year to help with the internal fit out, and Mornington Peninsula Shire also contributed. Fundraising by volunteers has included the annual Seawinds charity golf day and sausage sizzles. The shed, which is an annexe to Seawinds Community Hub, will be built at 11a Allambi Av, Capel Sound. Children from Seawinds Early Learning Centre will help at today’s ceremony, complete with

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A generous donation made to The Bays Hospital has enabled Mornington Peninsula residents to access scalp cooling during their cancer treatment, in an attempt to reduce their hair loss. This service was previously only available if they travelled to Brighton or further in to the city for their chemotherapy treatment. Patients are offered the complimentary use of this new technology at The Bays as part of their chemotherapy treatment, to reduce chemotherapy-induced hair loss. Scalp cooling has been offered for patients at Melbourne hospitals including Cabrini Brighton since 2015 and more recently Epworth Richmond, which is where many Mornington Peninsula patients have previously opted to travel for their treatment, in order to access scalp cooling. Breast Oncoplastic Surgeon Dr Joanna Morgan says the availability of scalp cooling for patients locally in Mornington will reduce the stress caused by having to travel for their chemotherapy treatment. “Prevention of hair loss during chemotherapy can bring significant psychological benefits. Many women will feel less noticeable and this enables them continue as much a normal life as possible during treatment, without having to discuss their cancer diagnosis. I am so pleased that women will now have the option to use scalp cooling at The Bays Hospital”, said Dr Morgan. McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurse, Jo Lovelock adds “for many people, the fear of losing their hair as a result of their chemotherapy treatment is very distressing. Their hair loss makes it difficult to keep a cancer diagnosis private”. Typically women

Photo: (left to right) Dr Joanne Lundy, Medical Oncologist; Jo Lovelock, McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurse; and Dr Joanna Morgan, Breast Oncoplastic Surgeon. would use wigs, head scarfs and hats to conceal their temporary hair loss. Dr Joanne Lundy, Medical Oncologist explains that “the cap is fitted to the patient prior to their treatment and cools the scalp. The cap remains on for the duration of the treatment and for a short time afterwards. Cooling the scalp before, during and after each chemotherapy treatment, reduces blood flow and chemotherapy delivery to hair follicles which are rapidly dividing

cells – and therefore very susceptible to damage by chemotherapy”. According to recently published research, approximately 50 per cent of patients respond well to scalp cooling treatment for preventing hair loss. http://jamanetwork.com/journals/ jamaoncology/article-abstract/2603438 “Patients report that the caps are comfortable and with added comforts such as warm blankets, the scalp cooling is generally very tolerable

and patients feel it is well worth the extra treatment time for the results of minimizing their hair loss” said Dr Lundy. The Bays offers a comprehensive cancer care and support service for privately insured residents on the Mornington Peninsula The new purpose-designed Day Infusion Unit opened in 2016 and features state of the art treatment chairs and equipment in a modern space with

large windows Our service includes cancer diagnosis, surgery, treatment and a support network. Our aim is to give our community access to the best cancer care available locally. If you would like more information about Cancer Services, Cancer Support Groups, Chemotherapy or Scalp Cooling at The Bays, please contact The Bays on 5976 5310 or email dayinfusion@thebays.com.au

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Bunjil’s arrival signals reopening of Willum Warrain

Speed cameras given the all clear Continued from Page 3 “These beliefs are wrong and misconceived.” The point-to-point system will measure the average speed of all vehicle journeys between the two instantaneous cameras, regardless of the speed of entry and exit from the point-topoint zone. The report considered 60 million records, analysed 67,235 infringements and “many millions of individual journeys through the Peninsula Link road safety camera system”, Mr Voyage said. “We have analysed the driving behaviour of the alleged ‘infringers’ against all other drivers. “We have used the data to assess whether there is any anomaly, or spike in the graph, for infringements at any particular speed (the 108kph Facebook group had been especially vocal).” Mr Voyage said he had “no doubt that the data … showed a behaviour by drivers inconsistent with the claimed ‘set my cruise control and maintained constant speed’” explanation. He said it showed a behaviour of “altering speed at the cameras”. “This is consistent with a repeated comment from complainants of ‘I know where the cameras are’, which seems to imply some conscious or unconscious driving modification at the cameras. “These data show that this group of drivers, all of whom have received … infringements, are likely to be regular faster-than-the-limit travellers in the point-to-point, and have significantly slower (and compliant) speeds at the instantaneous zone.”

A STATUE of Bunjil – the wedgetailed eagle creator and spiritual being – now sits at the entrance to the Willum Warrain Aboriginal gathering place at Hastings. The unveiling of the statue on Friday was also timely in that it marked the recent reopening of the centre which had been closed due to lack of money. “This is a significant day for our mob,” Wullum Wirrain president Peter Aldenhoven said. “We have recently been closed for four and a half months as we temporarily had no funding for staff and operating costs. “This [its temporary closure] caused great dismay to our community. Now, with Bunjil sitting aloft on his entry perch, we can embrace the future with more confidence and security.” Mr Aldenhoven said the “gathering place” Willum Warrain - which means “a home by the sea” in the Boon Wurrung language – is controlled by the Aboriginal community. “Located in a tranquil bush setting, Willum Warrain is a place of hope, belonging and cultural connection for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living on the Mornington Peninsula.” He said there were more than 230 Aboriginal members and 130 non-indigenous “kin, friends and supporters”. “It is also a destination for reconciliation, regularly visited by people and groups wishing to engage with the local mob. Willum Warrain warmly welcomes all visitors to our special space,” Mr Aldenhoven said. “Bunjil, the wedge-tailed eagle, is a very important totemic figure, always

Wings spread: Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Bev Colomb, Flinders MP Greg Hunt, Sophie Mutimer, Chris West, Jodie Mutimer, Peter Aldenhoven and Stephanie Exton at the Willum Warrain centre, Hastings, for the unveiling of Paul Mutimer’s statue of Bunjil. Picture: Yanni

soaring above the landscape keeping a watchful eye on all inhabitants and affording protection to children in particular.” Mr Aldenhoven said a donation from the George Hicks Founda-

tion had enabled Willum Warrain to commission the statue from Somers sculptor, Paul Mutimer. “We are certain that Mutomer’s wonderful work will attract many future visitors to our gathering place and

remind all who enter of deep spiritual connections to land and sky.” He said a pair of wedge-tailed eagles were often seen flying overhead “so it is fitting that Bunjil will be a permanent resident as well out front”.

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THE GUILD was formed in 1984 with objectives of: • Bringing people together interested in all facets of the craft; • Expanding the interest in the craft by developing the talents of members through lectures, demonstrations and workshop experience; and • Bringing the craft to the wider population through exhibitions, workshops etc. Membership grew from humble beginnings to over 200 and the Guild now has its own demonstration/ meeting area with audio visual facilities and a dedicated workshop with a number of lathes, and associated equipment where training sessions are held for members, under the guidance of tutors, 6 days per week. The Guild is a self-funded organisation and regularly holds demonstrations and exhibitions

at outside locations. The first of the biennial competitions was held in 1991. These are conducted as a focus for members to enhance their skills and have their items adjudicated by professional woodturners, the woodturning community, and the general public. The initial competitions were modest affairs but are now held in public facilities with dignitaries invited to officially open and attend the exhibitions. Entries are from beginner woodturners, intermediate, to those very experienced and talented and many of the entrants advance to prominence in national competitions. The cost of running these events are covered by the members, sponsors, raffles and a modest entry fee. In 2017 there will be nearly 1000 items on display.


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Capel Sound 42 Whyte Street

Rosebud 5 Murray Anderson Road

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Rosebud 36 Strathmore Street

SOLD

Rosebud 8 Windella Avenue

SOLD

SOLD 28TH JAN 2017

SOLD 28TH JAN 2017

PRICE $472,000

PRICE UNDISCLOSED

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 45 Waranilla Avenue

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Developers, this is the absolute money maker you have been waiting for! Situated close to the Bay Trail and Rosebud Foreshore, this 728 sqm approx. lot has approved plans and permits to subdivide and construct two 3BR x 2 bathroom dwellings. The existing home is leased at $250pw.

* New home on 400sqm approx. * Master bedroom with WIR & FES * Second living area * Bathrooms upstairs and down * Double lock up garage

SOLD 28TH JAN 2017

SOLD 18TH FEB 2017

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Dromana 23 Devon Street

SOLD

* Open plan living & dining * Kitchen with views * Covered patio * Private back yard * Gas ducted heating * Air conditioning * 400sqm allotment approx.

* 650m2 approx. allotment with approved plans for a 40sq home with 4 bedrooms plus study, alfresco deck and rumpus room * Elevated position affording a stunning bay view

SOLD 25TH FEB 2017

SOLD 25TH FEB 2017

PRICE $477,000

PRICE $550,000

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* Set on 760m2 approx. lot * Approx. 30m frontage * Sub-dividable S.T.C.A. * Renovated kitchen * Polished boards * All services connected * Rental expectancy $300 per week

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* Polished boards, open fire place, * Master with ensuite and walk in robe * Updated central bathroom * Kitchen with gas cooking * Separate dining area * Second living area opening to balcony

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* Close to the Foreshore * Open plan, renovated kitchen * Large bedrooms with robes * Rear bungalow with robe * Undercover entertaining area * Beautifully landscaped gardens * Set on 570m2 approx.

PRICE $660,000

Rosebud 116 Fourth Avenue

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* Large open plan living * Fully equipped kitchen * Garage with internal access * Undercover entertaining area * Low maintenance gardens

SOLD 25TH FEB 2017

SOLD 3RD MAR 2017

PRICE $605,000

PRICE $430,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 30 Spray Street

Capel Sound 43 Coleman Crescent

Rosebud 138 Third Avenue

Capel Sound 50 Tarwarri Avenue

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* Near-new Simonds Home * Stone benchtops to kitchen * Decked alfresco outdoor entertaining * Fully landscaped grounds * Extremely low maintenance home

* Kitchen with dishwasher * Polished boards, high ceilings. * Sunny entertaining deck * Fully landscaped grounds * Ducted heating & vacuum * Air-conditioning * Double garage with workshop

SOLD 4TH MAR 2017

SOLD 4TH MAR 2017

PRICE $600,000

PRICE $700,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 96 Bayview Avenue

Rosebud 4/99 Eastbourne Road

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* Corner site * Vacant allotment * 719m2 approx. * Close to schools and shops * Rare opportunity

Building to commence imminently on these three individual, single-level homes with internal access from garage, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Each property will have builders warranty, and there are huge savings on stamp duty if you act now. Completion date expected early 2017.

SOLD 8TH MAR 2017

SOLD 23RD FEB 2017

PRICE $365,000

PRICE $405,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Tootgarook 44 Guest Street

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* Master suite with built in robes * Formal living area with fire place * Gas ducted heating * Air-conditioning * Water tank with pump * Low maintenance block

* 654sqm approx. allotment. * Polished floor boards * Separate living and dining * Kitchen with two ovens * Sunny rear yard with covered patio

SOLD 10TH MAR 2017

SOLD 11TH MAR 2017

PRICE $490,000

PRICE $482,500

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* 600m2 approx. block * 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite * 2 living areas and central kitchen * Under cover entertaining area * Ducted heating & cooling * Double garage, double carport

SOLD 11TH MAR 2017 PRICE $545,000 CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

Rosebud 52 First Avenue

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Neat and tidy home set on approx. 782sqm with three bedrooms, central bathroom and laundry, large open plan living and dining area, and kitchen with stainless steel dishwasher. Also including garden shed, front and rear entertaining patios, air-conditioning, gas heating & double garage.

SOLD 18TH MAR 2017 PRICE $610,000 CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 17 Overlea Avenue

Rosebud 23 Forshaw Court

SOLD

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Rosebud 2 Parkedge Circuit

SOLD

SOLD 18TH MAR 2017

SOLD 10TH MAR 2017

PRICE $620,000

PRICE $690,000

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 140 Third Avenue

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CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

PRICE $520,000

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CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

Dromana 2/6 Williams Street

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SOLD 5TH APRIL 2017 PRICE $710,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* 4 bedrooms home * Master with FES & built in robe * Sunny balcony with bay glimpses * Several living and dining area * Kitchen with stone benches * Ducted heating * Evaporative cooling * Double garage plus extra parking * Self-titled, no body corporate

PRICE $460,000

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SOLD 1ST APRIL 2017

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*Master with FES and walk in robe * Sparkling central bathroom * Formal living room * Open plan kitchen and dining * Covered entertaining patio

* 600m2 approx. block * 3 bedrooms, main with en-suite * Open plan living * Refurbished kitchen * Gas heating & air conditioning * Double carport * Paved under cover entertaining

Rosebud 53 Foam Street

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* Family home on 820m2 approx. lot * Family, rumpus and cinema room * Double shower in ensuite * Butler’s pantry * Alfresco outdoor entertaining * Double garage with workshop

SOLD 25TH MAR 2017

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* Covered verandah * Open plan living & dining area * Bedrooms with BIR’s * Bathroom featuring a claw bath * Kitchen with gas cooking *Second living zone opening to outdoor entertaining area * Gas ducted heating * Air-conditioning

* Three bedroom home * 530m2 approx. corner allotment * Main bedroom with ensuite * Large kitchen * Ducted heating * Double lock up garage

Capel Sound 23 Greenhood Crescent

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Capel Sound 29 Capel Avenue

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* 530m2 approx. block * 2 bedroom cottage * Renovated & re-stumped * Rear bungalow * Undercover entertaining deck * Gas heating & air-conditioning

* Modern 4BR home * Approx. 750m2 block * Kitchen with breakfast bar * Landscaped grounds * Paved entertaining area * Two double lock up garages

SOLD 8TH APRIL 2017

SOLD 8TH APRIL 2017

PRICE $541,500

PRICE $718,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Capel Sound 15 Curlew Drive

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Rosebud 10 & 10a Warraburra Avenue

SOLD

Rosebud 8 Glasson Street

Rosebud 22 Second Avenue

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* 850m2 approx. block * Renovated 3BR weatherboard home * 2 renovated bathrooms * 2 open fire places * Kitchen with breakfast bar * LED downlights * Landscaped gardens * Front & rear decking areas * Air conditioning & ducted heating

SOLD 8TH APRIL 2017

SOLD 10TH APRIL 2017 PRICE $700,000

CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* 930m2 approx. block * 4 bedrooms + study * Three living zones * Alfresco deck * Kitchen with dishwasher * Ducted heating * Evaporative cooling * Double lock up garage

PRICE $760,000

Rosebud 24 Third Avenue

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CONTACT Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

Capel Sound 75 Cootamundra Avenue

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* Entry hall with polished floors * Open plan kitchen & dining * Cosy open fire place * Master bedroom with BIR * Gas heating * Rumpus room or third bedroom

Beautifully presented family home on approx. 634m2 with three bedrooms, security shutters, polished slate flooring and plenty of natural light. Also featuring split system air-conditioning, a spacious kitchen with gas cooking, and a double garage with space a boat or trailer.

SOLD 15TH APRIL 2017

SOLD 15TH APRIL 2017

PRICE $460,000

PRICE $520,000

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 27 Foam Street

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Set on a 650m2 approx. block and featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car spaces and room for the caravan, this property has been freshly painted with updates including variable speed heating & cooling and a new dishwasher and range hood to the kitchen. Both bathrooms have been recently renovated.

This quintessential beachside cottage is set on a 545sqm approx. lot, offering a fabulous opportunity to enter the property market. Fantastic kitchen with dishwasher, cosy living area with natural light and wood heater, two timber decks, two bedrooms, one bathroom and a seaprate studio at the rear of the home.

SOLD 22ND APRIL 2017

SOLD 24TH APRIL 2017

PRICE $505,000

PRICE $502,000

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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*Only 200m to the foreshore & Plaza * Set on a 390m2 approx. allotment * Weatherboard 2 bedroom home * Large rear living area extension * Polished floorboards * Undercover outdoor decked area * Single garage and security shutters * Air-conditioning & gas heating * Solar panels and water tanks

SOLD 29TH APRIL 2017 PRICE $505,000 CONTACT Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Rosebud 5986 8880

Caepl Sound 1 The Helm

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* 360m2 approx lot * Open plan living & dining area * Kitchen with dishwasher * Main bedroom with walk in robe * Undercover entertaining area * Single garage with internal access * Gas ducted heating * Air conditioning * Attractive street appeal

SOLD 29TH APRIL 2017 PRICE $457,500 CONTACT Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Rosebud 5986 8880

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ROSEBUD 142 Eastbourne Road

McCRAE 1-15/2-4 Wattle Place

Excellent value for money here with this exciting opportunity to purchase vacant land located on the beachside of Mornington Peninsula Freeway. These stand alone allotments all have their own individual titles and will suit construction of a 2-3 bedroom dwelling(STCA). There are four individual allotments on offer here and each allotment is approx. 250sqm in size. Nestled in a quiet residential area, create your dream home to enjoy all the Peninsula has to offer. Be very quick here!

This luxury apartment development with 1BR, 2BR and 3BR options presents a golden opportunity for beach lovers to buy off the plan and save on stamp duty. A leisurely stroll to restaurants, cafes and the yacht club, these beach havens boast luminous open-plan living with coastal views, chic stone and stainless-steel kitchen, rooftop terrace, reverse-cycle heating/ air-con, intercom security and semi-basement parking.

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Price: $195,000 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362

Price: Contact Agent Agent-On-Site: Saturday 1:30-2:00pm Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Adam King 0422 337 337

ROSEBUD 5 Foam Street

ROSEBUD 87 Potton Avenue

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Excellent value for money here with this exciting opportunity to purchase vacant land located on the beachside of Mornington Peninsula Freeway. These stand alone allotments all have their own individual titles and will suit construction of a 2-3 bedroom dwelling(STCA). There are four individual allotments on offer here and each allotment is approx. 250sqm in size. Nestled in a quiet residential area, create your dream home to enjoy all the Peninsula has to offer. Be very quick here!

This little cottage is an easy stroll to Safeway, the main shopping strip, cafes and the beach - What a perfect location! The home consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms – one has been renovated, there is a neat functional kitchen with hardwood timber floors, open plan living and dining and all on a 417sqm block.

Price: $450,000 - $480,000 Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Price: $195,000 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362

ROSEBUD 1 & 2/93 Eastbourne Road

ROSEBUD 87a Potton Avenue

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Excellent value for money here with this exciting opportunity to purchase vacant land located on the beachside of Mornington Peninsula Freeway. These stand alone allotments all have their own individual titles and will suit construction of a 2-3 bedroom dwelling(STCA). There are four individual allotments on offer here and each allotment is approx. 250sqm in size. Nestled in a quiet residential area, create your dream home to enjoy all the Peninsula has to offer. Be very quick here!

A sensational opportunity to acquire a single level 2BR residence in a delightful beachside location offering convenient access to beaches and all that Rosebud has on offer. Both residences feature designer kitchens with stone bench tops and s/steel appliances, beautiful timber floors, luxury bathroom, landscaping, remote single lock up garage with extra storage room and much more. Expected completion date is circa August, 2017. Price: $459,950 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362

Price: $195,000 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362

DROMANA 1/3 Ligar Street

ROSEBUD 169 Third Avenue

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Currently under construction these superb 1 x 4 & 1 x 3 bedroom townhouses will comprise open plan living kitchen areas, ensuites to master bedrooms, second family bathroom plus separate powder room, seperate living zones on both levels, double lock up garages together with top quality fixtures and fittings. Do not miss this opportunity as these will not last.

Price: Contact Agent Agent-On-Site: Saturday 1:30-2:00pm Contact: Michelle King 0404 037 336

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In a quiet tree lined street, this neat BV home, on a 389sqm approx. block offers modern single level living with the wow factor you have been looking for. You will love the new modern kitchen with large stone bench tops, quality s/steel appliances and loads of bench space. The family room is open and bright with a lovely bay window, air-conditioning and gas heating. This would make a great set and forget investment or a lovely permanent residence for someone looking to downsize in style. Price: $585,000 Inspect: Saturday 2:30-3:00pm Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362


Rosebud 95 South Road

SOLD

Bittern 4 Henderson Road

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Capel Sound 1/9 Grenville Grove Capel Sound 2/9 Grenville Grove

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Happy autumn, What a great time to sell

Now is an excellent time to sell your property. Call our office today to arrange for one of our Sales Professionals to come out and see what we can do for you.

PH: 5986 8188 Rosebud 25 Woodvale Grove

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Rosebud 73 Spray Street

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The very best of the beach and natural bushland Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

38 Stanley Crescent, MOUNT MARTHA $1,150,000 - $1,265,000 Eview Group Mornington Peninsula, 172 Main Street, Mornington, 5971 0300 Jarrod Carman, 0423 144 102

LAP up the sun and staggering bay views from this premier position, high on a headland ridge in Mount Martha. The superb four-bedroom home offers the ultimate lifestyle package for the family aspiring to live or holiday on a grand scale. Perfectly at ease in this tranquil coastal landscape, the home exudes a relaxing resort-class atmosphere where you are in charge, not the clock. Set on a 2131 square metre block, alive with well-maintained gardens and majestic gum trees, the home comfortably sprawls across three levels with the vast upper living zone a wonderful space from which to enjoy the dazzling bay and treetop

views. Handsome polished timber floors extend throughout the room, there is a cosy woodheater and an undercover patio. Down one level and moving towards the rear of the home is an open-plan kitchen and family zone that opens to a second entertaining deck that overlooks the solar heated in-ground pool and gardens. The smart kitchen boasts smooth granite surfaces and quality stainless-steel appliances include an upright oven and a dishwasher. At ground level are the four excellent bedrooms; a luxurious master bedroom leaves you wanting for nothing with a glamourous new ensuite bathroom and third living area Coming Soon

with gas log-effect heater makes for a great private parents retreat. Three more bedrooms all have built-in robes and share the main bathroom and a separate powder room. From the street, a long paved driveway leads up to a double carport alongside the home. Presented to the market in immaculate condition, this welcoming home, set in a soughtafter enclave where views and sea air are to the fore, provides a dream setting to enjoy a very special peninsula lifestyle.

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168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mornington Auction this Saturday

Auction

25 Weber Drive, Mornington The luxury of this two-storey three bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence designed by Langford Jones is further elevated by its exceptional lifestyle position. At the forefront of contemporary design and stylish low-maintenance living, the impressive interior proportions are augmented by a fabulous undercover alfresco entertaining area with double glazed cafe doors, bay glimpses from the top-floor study, an elegant Caesarstone kitchen and two expansive living areas. The quality of the internal fit out is superb from the warm Blackbutt floorboards to the Caesarstone benchtops, exceptional storage solutions and double remote garage with internal access.

Auction Saturday 13th May 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 Jake Egan 0491 129 137 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C2 Hastings

For Sale

3/14 Martin Street, Hastings Impressive contemporary interiors, a prized rear position in a boutique group of only three, a lock-up garage, north-east courtyard with entertaining deck and a sought-after address close to the Marina. Unbelievably, all these are provided by this brilliantly priced two-bedroom unit perfect for the savvy buyer in search of a sensational starter home, downsize option or quality investment. Set behind a front courtyard, the interiors feature timber floorboards, light-filled living/dining with split-system air conditioning, contemporary kitchen with stainless steel appliances, bright full bathroom and separate toilet in a premier setting close to the foreshore, village shops and recreation facilities.

Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 Kylie Miller 0404 041 554 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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MARKET PLACE

168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Rosebud

Auction

Live the lakes lifestyle Address: Auction: Agency: Agent:

8/17-23 Legana Court, PATTERSON LAKES Saturday 27th May at 11am LJ Hooker Real Estate, 112a Nepean Highway, Seaford, 9785 3888 Rob Austin, 0417 347 750

DESIGNED with comfort in mind, this low-maintenance three-bedroom unit makes great use of available space. From the entry foyer you step into a comfortable open plan living room incorporating a casual meals zone and a well-appointed kitchen featuring plenty of cupboard and bench space, plus stainless steel appliances. There is a separate study, laundry and a powder room, and opening from the lounge is a large entertaining area. The three bedrooms are all upstairs, two have built-in robes and share the main bathroom, with the larger main bedroom boasting an ensuite and walk-in robe. This home has excellent storage solutions throughout with a cupboard underneath the stairs and a large linen press in the hallway. A full complement of fantastic extras begins with ducted heating and two air-conditioning units, there is a gas hot water service and a single lock-up garage has internal access via the laundry. The complex is close to parkland and within walking distance of transport, shops and schools.

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9 Paterson Street, Rosebud A holiday house by the seaside, picturesque permanent home or prime development opportunity (STCA) are all viable futures for this flexible character-filled 2/3 bedroom, 2-bathroom plus a study period residence on a fabulous treed block in a prime location within a few minutes’ walk of the beach, cafes and shops.

Auction Saturday 27th May 2.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Damian Smith 0481 875 243 Clare Black 0409 763 261 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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‘Celebrating 70 years on the Peninsula’ RYE 13 Murray Street

BEAUTIFULLY POSITIONED

COASTAL CHARMER

Situated only 450m from Bay Beach and an easy walk to shops an cafes, this outstanding 4BR home, on an easy care lot, isp erfect for the holiday maker or downsizer. The contemporary home has great street appeal and features an open plan kitchen and family room with stone benchtops & s/steel appliances, stunning oak floors and a wood heater. An undercover alfresco area provides year round entertaining, the master bedrooms has an ensuite and there is a second living zone. This is a rare offering in a tightly held area. You could be living the dream sooner than you think!

Immaculate in every way, this beautifully presented 2BR home offers a haven from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Open plan living is the hallmark of this outstanding property with a vast kitchen, dining & living zone seamlessly merging with an extensive outdoor deck. The kitchen has stone bench tops and to the family room are extensive bamboo timber floors and a gas log fire. A partially self contained area below has a bedroom, heater and updated bathroom. A truly serene setting with a home that matches its surroundings and gives you an escape from the everyday.

Price: $780,000 - $840,000 Contact: Sam Crowder 0403 893 724

Price: $580,000 - $630,000 Contact: Sam Crowder 0403 893 724

RYE 19 The Glen

RYE 43 Centre Drive

A GRAND DESIGN

AMONGST THE TREE TOPS

Close to the Bay Beach and shops, this striking coastal residence is set on a 1/4 acre allotment and features 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 living areas. There is a fully tiled in ground pool and triple car garage, and other significent features to the home include a spacious theatre room overlooking the outdoor dining and poolside area, richpolished timber floors that span the depth of this great property, and a kitchen with butlers pantry and island bench. A separate rumpus room has a private rear deck and two guest bedrooms each have their own ensuite.

Nestled amid the tree tops with aspects towards the back beach and Blairgowrie, this original beach home, on a beautiful 839sqm parcel of land, gives you the chance to enjoy now as a holiday pad and improve later, with loads of upside for those with the vision and energy. Comprising of 3BR’s – main with FES, second bathroom, separate toilet, open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area that is flooded with natural light, and a third bathroom, storage room and garage downstairs completes the package. A wonderful opportunity to get your foot in the door into this sought after area.

Price: Contact Agent Contact: Michael Prentice 0417 369 235

Price: $630,000 - $695,000 Contact: Sam Crowder 0403 893 724

RYE 93 Dundas Street

RYE 14 Hill Street

ROOM TO MOVE

PARADISE FOUND..

Superbly situated on a generous 1,420m2 allotment and just a leisurely 1.5km stroll to the shops & beach is this solidly built brick residence. Featuring renovated kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, separate lounge & dining with open fire place & air conditioning, rear all weather patio plus substantial double lock up remote garage with thru access to backyard. Offering plenty of room to further extend and capitalise on this terrific location. This is a great opportunity to add your own stamp!

This striking contemporary home has a free flowing floor plan with both indoor and outdoor entertaining zones.The single level design has four bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen complete with stone benchtops and s/steel appliances,an expansive outdoor deck area with 10 seater spa , and a cinema room. There is also a double garage, alarm, ducted vacuum system, polished timber floors throughout, ducted heating & cooling, study nook and a second powder room for guests. This sizable home captures beautiful aspects, subtle breezes and a bright, sunny aspect.

Price: $675,000 Contact: Michael Prentice 0417 369 235

Price: $1,150,000 - $1,250,000 Contact: Sam Crowder 0403 893 724

RYE 46 Sussex Road

SORRENTO 36 Oxford Road

A PLACE OF REFUGE

SOUGHT AFTER LOCALE

Extremely private, this established 5BR home has been well-maintained and represents great value buying for those seeking large accommodations. From the upstairs level there are 3BR’s, a dual entry bathroom, kitchen and dining area overlooking the front garden, two living areas, and a rear deck that leads down to the private back yard. Downstairs are two more bedrooms, second bathroom, separate laundry and internal access from the garage. With nothing to do – pack your things and make this rare beach side offering yours

Set within a short stroll from the Sorrento village and coastal reserve is this classic beach house. With timber floors, neutral tones and natural light, this surprise package comprises 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, separate laundry, open fire place, large rear shed with separate storage and kids games room. Set off the main living area is a private terrace with outdoor shower, surrounded by manicured gardens, is the ideal place to relax and unwind.

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Private Dent writes on his way to the war Compiled by Cameron McCullough LETTERS from the Front. The following letter has been received by Miss W. Scarborough from Pte Dent:– Just a line to let you know how I am getting on. We had a good trip over, the water being like a piece of glass all the way. –– is a pretty place. The scenery is beautiful, far better that Australia. The people gave us a grand reception, giving us free meals and free tram rides all the time we were there. I can tell you we did it in great. At the next port of call, the people were altogether different to what they were in –– We had nothing free. All we got there we had to pay for. Our next port was another pretty place. It has only a small harbour. We could not get off the boat and had to stay there another three days till we coaled up, and then we made our way to where we are now. We had to wear life belts day and night while on the boat. It is very cold here being their winter. It is far colder than Australia. *** SKATING was held in the Somerville Hall on Saturday night, last and there was a splendid attendance. *** A MEETING of the Frankston branch of the National Federation will be held in the Mechanics’ on Monday evening next, at 8 o’clock sharp. A good attendance of members is requested. ***

Mr S. S. Gault, of Somerville, having secured an auctioneer’s licence, will hold his first sale at Somerville on Thursday next, when he will offer pigs, poultry, cattle, horses, and sundries. Further entries invited. *** IN reporting the celebration of Anzac Day at the Somerville State School, the name, of Mr Geo. Shepherd was accidentally left out. Mr Geo. Shepherd showed the scholars a lot of war mementoes, which were sent to him by his son, Frank, when on active service on Gallipoli. *** IN our report of the Church of England Floral Fete last week we omitted to mention the Produce stall among the list, which was under the supervision of Mrs J. Wells, and also Miss Ruby Barclay’s name was inadverdently left out as assistant at the Refreshment stall. *** WOODS’ Great Peppermint Cure. For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1s 6d. *** A EUCHRE party and dance was held in the Hall, on Thursday evening and proved highly successfull. Cards were commenced at 8.30 and continued till 10.30, when it was found that the same number of points were held by several parties. In the final play off Miss W. Rogers secured first lady’s prize, and Private Pentland first for gentlemen. The booby prizes were won by Miss Francis, and Mr McSweeney. Hot coffee and cakes were provided

and very much appreciated. Dancing was continued till 2 o’clock and a thoroughly enjoyable time spent. Mr Brierley supplied the music in a satisfactory manner. The “Wattle” Club purposes holding a continuous euchre tournament throughout the winter months, commencing the week after next. Mrs Deane and Mrs Moloney are donating the prizes for this tournament which will be well worth winning. As the object is a good one–for funds to continue the entertainments for returned soldiers–and a good evening’s enjoyment is provided for a very humble sum, the members hope to see a full house on the next occasion when all will get a fair start to gain the coveted prize. *** Our Letter Box. FORESHORE PRIVILEGES TO THE EDITOR. Sir.–Though not in the least desirous of entering into a newspaper controversy I crave space in your valuable journal in order to allay any misapprehension that may have been caused by Mr Utber’s letter on this subject, dated 3rd inst. First, Sir, permit me to say that I feel sure Mr Utber believes he is acting in the interests of the residents, and he deserves credit for his public spirit in endeavouring to redress a wrong (even though it is, as I contend, only imaginary.) In criticising Mr G. E. Thomas’s boat house, in which he occasionally housed his motor car overnight, as reported by me to the Council.

Mr Utber is very frank in informing your readers that “on the seaward side the only means of ingress is a small door only 2 feet wide which no boat could pass, and that the floor level is 3 feet above the sand level.” He thus seeks to prove that the building could not be used as a boat house. He omits to state that there are two large doors at the other end of the building sufficiently wide to admit either a motor car or a boat and that the floor at this end is at ground level. If Mr Thomas cares to put a boat in through the landward end of the building whose business is it but his own? It certainly is no one else’s. I am at a loss to understand Mr Utber’s contention that, if people are allowed the privelege of housing their motor cars in well built boxes or houses on the foreshore, at places selected by the council “the beauty of the foreshore would be a thing of the past etc.” Seeing that there are already, on the foreshore, scores of ramshakle buildings, which no respectable hen would own for a shelter, but, because they are dignified by the appellation of ‘bathing boxes” Mr Utber has no objection to them. The criticism of Mr Anderson’s boat houses and bathing box under Oliver’s Hill is still more unreasonable. In the first portion of his letter the writer fears for the beauty of the foreshore; in the next breath he emphasizes the fact that “the building is well lighted and finished, with a nice little tank attached and with seats and a movable table inside”, as if this constituted the building’s gravest offence.

What harm is the nice little tank doing? Apparently it has never occurred to the writer that some people, after sea bathing, have a desire for a fresh water shower, or that after handling dirty boats, fish etc, they would like to wash their hands. That being so, the only way by which they can obtain fresh water (unless they carry it about with them) is by having a tank attached to their boat house. And why on earth should these unfortunate people not have seats and a table in their bathing box if they see fit to do so? What crime do they commit by partaking of cakes and tea, either hot or cold therein ? I have always endeavoured to carry out the duties of my numerous offices in a fair and impartial manner and to interfere with respectable citizens as little as possible. It would be gross impertenance on my part were I to endeavour to prevent persons from drinking afternoon tea in their boat houses or bathing boxes, and I feel sure that any fair-minded resident will agree with me. There is no law to prevent them doing so, and Mr Utber, as a lawyer, must know it as well as I do. Yours faithfully, EDWIN C RYAN Shire Inspector, May 8th, 1917. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 12 May 1917

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The Biggest Morning Tea takes to the sea SEAROAD Ferries is teaming up with the Cancer Council to raise vital funds for cancer research, prevention and support programs by taking Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea to Port Phillip Bay on Friday 26 May 2017. Departing from Sorrento at 11am, Searoad Ferries’ inaugural Biggest Morning Tea will see passengers enjoy a 4-hour Port Phillip Bay sailing and delicious morning tea, serving up sweet and savoury morsels sourced from the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas. The event will be hosted by comedian, Andrew Iles, with live music, auctions, lucky door prizes, and a mystery raffle providing further entertainment. All proceeds from the auctions and raffle, as well as 50% of the ticket price, will be donated to the Cancer Council. Now in its 24th year, Biggest Morning Tea is one of the Cancer Council’s leading fundraising events. In 2017, with the help of hosts such as Searoad Ferries, the Cancer Council aims to raise $13 million to support those affected by cancer.

Searoad Ferries CEO, Matt McDonald, said the idea to host a Biggest Morning Tea onboard Searoad Ferries came from some of the ferry employees. “We have been so inspired by the enthusiasm, initiative and dedication shown by the staff to get our first Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser off the ground,” Matt said. “Cancer is something that affects us all at some point in time. We are proud to support such an important cause and a great organisation in the Cancer Council. We are really excited about our first Biggest Morning Tea and with the support of the community, hope it is something we can continue into the future,” he said. Tickets for the Biggest Morning Tea are $80, with $40 from all tickets being donated to the Cancer Council. As well as the sailing, morning tea and entertainment, all passengers will also receive a showbag full of goodies. Bookings are essential. To purchase your ticket or for further information, please visit www.searoad.com.au/bmt or call 5257 4500.

Family Fun Day at Frankston Power Centre FRANKSTON Power Centre will be hosting a family fun day on Saturday 13th May from 11am until 2pm. There will be a variety of free activities on offer for children to enjoy including children’s entertainers, a farm animal petting zoo and face painters. This will be the first of many upcoming events at Frankston Power Centre as it puts itself on the map as a great local community hub. Lunch will be available from local café retailers who will be providing family friendly specials throughout the event. Mayur Patel from Tasty Bites said “We look forward to hosting the event to provide a fun

day for families to enjoy. It’s always great to be a part of community events and meet the locals.” “Demand for Large Format Retail centres is increasing. Consumers are particularly attracted to the high level of competition on price, range and service available from the large format retailers compared to that of traditional retailers,” said Philippa Kelly from the LFRA. “Not only do they want low prices and easy access to retailers at the one location, they also demand parking facilities so they can travel by car and transport goods home themselves,” she added.

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How Tyabb will swallow the universe By Stuart McCullough FORGET everything you thought you knew about Tyabb. I, for one, thought I knew quite a bit the place, mostly because I grew up there. In my lifetime, there have been some notable changes. The town has gone from not having any traffic lights at all to having two sets and now boasts its own tattoo parlour. Surely a multi-storey carpark is inevitable. But despite these major advancements, Tyabb has been downgraded and officially reclassified as a ‘remote’ township. At least, that was the reason given to my father when they cut off his newspaper deliveries. For decades, my father had both papers home delivered. And by ‘home delivered’, I don’t mean delivered to his house but lobbed out the window of a passing car so that they’re somewhere up near the top of the driveway. If that seems like splitting hairs on the whole ‘home delivery’ thing, it’s worth noting that the driveway is roughly half a kilometre long. Each morning, the dog would take my father for a walk and, between the pair of them; they’d collect the day’s newspapers. Having now retired, my father would duly pore over the contents of Melbourne’s major dailies, cutting out key articles that would then be distributed amongst my siblings and me. But not anymore. Recently, my father was told that he was too remote and that his newspapers would no longer be delivered. This came as something of a shock. Being reclassified as ‘remote’ demands a whole range of adjustments to suit the circumstances. For starters,

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my father will need to get himself at least one camel, if not two. Known as the ships of the desert, these creatures are the preferred mode of transport for many in remote Australia. It is not too difficult to imagine my father sitting astride a camel and heading of at speed to the Coles at Hastings for a litre of milk and a barbecue chicken. Given that the powers that be have relegated Tyabb to ‘remote’ status and decided that it’s too far to drive, perhaps some kind of air-drop could be arranged. Luckily, Tyabb has its own airport and it’s not too much to expect that crucial supplies should be parachuted in on a regular basis. The pilot would, of course, need to take care to avoid accidentally sconing one of the camels. If the newspapers are to be delivered by air, then there’s no reason

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why other staples like bread, fuel and any antique furniture my father’s had his eye on for some time could not also be flown in. If it helps, my father’s more than willing to build an airstrip. This will negate the need to drop supplies with a parachute and the inevitable inaccuracy that comes with it. Nobody wants to spend their day knee-deep in the long grass wondering where that day’s Herald Sun has ended up. An airstrip is the obvious solution. Besides, there’s already a cricket pitch up next to the shed, near the little dam. It wouldn’t take too much to extend the pitch by a few hundred metres to accommodate small aircraft. The prospect of an aeroplane coming in to land would have the added benefit of adding some much-needed excitement to post-lunch

games of back yard cricket. My father will also need to update his wardrobe. Out go the gumboots, tracksuit pants and the t-shirt that reads: ‘Wham! The Big Tour’, to be replaced by R.M. William pants, cowboy boots, stockwhip and a verandasized Akubra hat. Wednesdays will no longer just be ‘bin night’ but will be rechristened ‘the rubbish muster’. We’ll need to sink a bore. Maybe herd the livestock using a helicopter that looks as if it’s been assembled from a kit. My only regret in all of this is that Tyabb’s reclassification comes too late. Had it been considered ‘remote’ when I was still living there, I could have attended to all my educational needs through the ‘School of the Air’ and avoided having to go to class proper. But here’s the rub. A short time ago,

Tyabb was not too far to go to deliver newspapers. If Tyabb is now remote, the only logical explanation is that Tyabb is expanding. So whilst advances in technology mean the world is now smaller than ever, Tyabb is getting bigger. If this continues unchecked, the rate of expansion might materially increase meaning that Tyabb starts to overwhelm the rest of the planet. Within weeks, Tyabb might become the nation’s capital. By mid-year, we’ll be casting a shadow that reaches all the way to North Korea if not beyond. By the end of winter, Tyabb may be so gigantic that it threatens to overwhelm the Universe. The irony of all this is, of course, that the residents of Tyabb will be blissfully unaware. Or, if not the residents of the entire town, then certainly my father. Because news of Tyabb’s continuing upscaling and threatened absorption of the broader universe is something that would, doubtless, be reported breathlessly by all the major newspapers. Barring an aerial drop, my father will continue to exist in a news-free zone and won’t be aware of Tyabb’s exponential expansion including the very real possibility that this may overwhelm the world as we know it, creating a black-hole into which all life and matter will be sucked before disappearing forever. Instead, he and the dog will continue to walk each morning to the top of the drive and look at the spot where, once upon a time not so very long ago, newspapers were delivered. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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By Toe Punt IT took Mornington until the 16-minute mark of the final quarter to kick its one and only goal against Pines in MPNFL Peninsula Division on Saturday. Billed as the match of the day, it was anything but that as Mornington struggled to get out of a canter. Pines steamrolled the Dogs in every aspect of the game and in many instances, made the opposition look second rate. The score line of 13.14 (92) to 1.5 (11) was a true reflection of the contest. Doggies coach Chris Holcombe described the performance of his side as “putrid”. Holcombe said the team was made to “look slow and disinterested”. Earlier in the day on the RPP Footy Show, Holcombe said that his side was much better placed this season than last and he was excited about taking on Pines at Pines. Fast forward a few hours and Mornington suffered its worst loss in recent memory. Holcombe agreed that it “was the worst performance from a Mornington side that I have seen since I arrived at the club more than 15 years ago”. Take nothing away from Pines though. Pines was well-structured, organised, committed and confident with ball in hand. It was a far cry from what it rolled out against YCW the week before although Pines was very ordinary against YCW, couldn’t have played much worse and still only lost by four goals.

In tight: Mt Eliza kept Langwarrin goalless in the first half to notch up an impressive win. Picture: Scott Memery

Tim Bongetti and Aaron Edwards both came into the weekend’s game under an injury cloud but both impressed and booted seven goals between them. Luke Potts in the middle of the ground was arguably the best player on the park while Nick Boswell absolutely dominated from half back. It took Mornington until midway through the last quarter to put a stopper on Boswell – it was way too late. Corey Ash got the lockdown role on the dangerous Joel Miller and beat him, while Lachy Marshall and Jacob Boyle were super impressive. Guy and Beau Hendry, along with Ben Thomas, completely shut down the Dogs forwards in Jackson Calder, Dale Whelan and Peter McGettigan. Calder only had a touch when he was

moved back. McGettigan kicked the only Dogs’ goal and Whelan was nowhere to be seen. Warwick Miller was head and shoulders better than any other Mornington player while Kalen Bird tried hard also. The Dog’s backs were under enormous pressure and Ryan Smith and Troy Kirwan did pretty well under the circumstances. Seaford moved into the top three with a solid second half performance against Bonbeach. While yours truly predicted before a ball had been bounced this season that Seaford would be the bolter, it was always going to take a game like this one against Bonbeach to get a true indication. At half time, the jury was still out –

the score was 2.11 to 2.4 with the Tigers winning more footy but not converting. The Tigers though booted five unanswered goals in the third quarter and booted a further five in the last to Bonbeach’s one to win 12.14 (86) to 3.10 (28). The Sharks were kept scoreless in the third quarter. Damian Rayson arrived with big wraps this season and completely dominated on Saturday with three goals. Rourke Fischer is back to his best and Dean Williamson is one of the best players in the competition. They were all dominant on Saturday. Matt Douglas and Owen Hulett were the best of the Sharks, while Jackson Casey continues to put a case forward

for an interleague call-up. Chelsea made it two wins on the trot with a hard fought 7.14.56 to 8.5.53 win against Karingal. The Gulls set-up the win with a three goal to zip first quarter. Karingal made a run in the last, keeping Chelsea goalless but four points was enough to give the home side a victory. Daly Shannon was arguably the best player on the ground while James Brain and Simon Mitchelhill were also outstanding in the win. Jake Kelly and Aisea Valenti were the best of the Bulls while Damian Ashcroft booted three goals and was lively. Frankston YCW remains undefeated at the top of the ladder after knocking over Edithvale, 16.15 (111) to 12.5 (77). The Stonecats had a number of their VFL-listed players running around, including Lachy Wallace, who booted four goals and BJ Credlin, who dominated across half back. Macklin Raine also dominated for the Stonecats and there’s no question that he’s ready to take over the mantle of Ash Eames when the time comes. Steve Mannix and Craig Wray were the best of the Eagles. Mt Eliza got the four points against Langwarrin. The game didn’t reach any great heights with the Mounties keeping Langwarrin goalless in the opening half. The margin was 33 points at the big break. The Kangas responded a little more in the second half, booting four goals to Mt Eliza’s six but still went down 11.13 (79) to 4.11 (35).

‘The great divide’ widens across league NEPEAN LEAGUE

By Toe Punt THE divide between the best and worst teams in MPNFL Nepean division is widening, with a number of big blowouts on Saturday. Despite wet and windy conditions, the better sides in the competition still booted big scores and restricted the lesser sides to tough afternoons. Sorrento booted 24 goals against Pearcedale, Frankston kicked 17 majors against Rye, Hastings kicked 18 goals against Crib Point and Red Hill nailed 20 goals against Tyabb. Five of the six matches were blow-outs with Devon Meadows and Somerville predictably the closest match of the round. After just five rounds, we can draw a line through Tyabb, Crib Point, Rye and Pearcedale in 2017, while the Meadows and Somerville are just behind the top five. Sorrento, Hastings, Frankston, Red Hill and Rosebud, in no particular order, appear to be the teams most likely to play finals in 2017. Red Hill’s clash against Hastings in Round six in two weeks, up at the hill, will determine whether the Hillmen are the real deal. On Saturday, Red Hill had 40 scoring shots to Tyabb’s eight and won 20.20 (140) to 6.2 (38). The first half was reasonably tight, the Hillmen leading by just 26 points. However, the visitors booted seven goals in the third quarter and a further six in the last. The Hillmen also rolledout a new player in the reserves, Shane Bloomfield, a former star forward of

It’s too easy: Pines smashed Mornington in the Peninsula League on Saturday. Pictures: Andrew Hurst

the Geelong FL, who dominated against the MPNFL when it last player the GFL in interleague footy a few years ago. Bloomfield kicked 1.5 in the reserves in his first game in 12 months. He is expected to play one more in the twos before joining Ben Hughes deep in the Red Hill forward line. Hastings and Crib Point is usually a hotly contested game regardless of the where the neighbouring clubs are on the ladder – Saturday was a fizzer. The game was tight at quarter time when the Blues led by two points, however, the visi-

tors booted 17 goals to six after the first change to win 18.17 (125) to 6.8 (44). Jay Reynolds booted five goals and Scott Foster four majors in Frankston Bombers’ 17.19 (121) to 3.8 (26) win against Rye. The Bombers booted 9.12 to 1.3 in the first half and should have been much further in front. Josh Francis with a couple of majors and Jarryd Amalfi dominated for the Bombers while skipper Mitch Bosward was also at his best. Adam Kirkwood and Harry Witty were the best of the Demons while Leigh Morse continues

to play well for them. Sorrento had 42 scoring shots to Pearcedale’s 11 on Saturday at Tractor Park, again highlighting the great divide between the best and the worst. The most exciting thing to happen at Pearcedale, besides Sorrento dominating the scoreboard, was Melbourne players Max Gawn and Jack Trengove sitting in the back of a ute with a dog watching their old teammates Luke Tapscott and Chris Dawes run around for the Sharks. Somerville had 23 scoring shots to Devon Meadows’ 21 on Saturday but

lost the game 6.17 (53) to 8.13 (61). At half-time, the Eagles had booted 1.10 to the home side’s 3.7. Bad kicking is bad footy and despite the Eagles having chances to win the game, Devon Meadows won its third game on the trot. Dromana’s woes continued, smashed by Rosebud to the tune of 56 points. The Tigers can thank Rosebud’s inaccuracy in front of goal that it was able to lose by less than 10 goals. The Buds led 5.11 to 3.5 at half time and by the end of the match, it was 12.20 (92) to 5.6 (36).

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Langy keeper’s master class keeps Saints at bay SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie LANGWARRIN remained on top of the State 1 South-East ladder after downing St Kilda 2-0 at Lawton Park on Saturday. Gus Macleod’s side now faces a crunch fixture against second-placed outfit Caulfield United Cobras at Victory Park next weekend. Langy’s new Scottish signing Liam Baxter took just three minutes to make a major impact last weekend when he skinned an opponent on the left and surged into the penalty area before watching his cutback deflected by Sam Sweeney for an own goal. Big George Whiteoak was at the near post to head home Connor Belger’s corner in the 30th minute. Langy captain Boris Ovcin was sent off after receiving a second caution in the 58th minute and despite St Kilda dominating possession the second half belonged to Langy keeper Robbie Acs. The experienced custodian put on a master class in reaction saves highlighted by parrying Sweeney’s penalty attempt in the 79th minute and smothering the rebound. Star Langy defender Keiron Kenny should finally return from the UK this week and is expected to be rushed straight into Saturday’s matchday squad along with veteran striker Caleb Nicholes who played in the reserves last weekend following his Kokoda Trail trek. Mornington’s stuttering championship defence continued when it lost 2-1 at home to South Springvale last Saturday. Former Port Melbourne star Bonel Obradovic broke clear in the 18th minute and despite a superb double save from Mornington keeper Kris McEvoy the ball fell to Obradovic a third time and he made no mistake. The visitors went 2-0 up in the 48th minute after Michael Kariuki ran onto a through ball on the right of the penalty area and struck a low shot that beat a diving McEvoy at the near post. A superb Chris Reid free kick in the 80th minute got the home side back into the contest but it proved to be too little too late. “We’ll set some targets for the next five weeks and we’ll remain positive,” said Mornington boss Adam Jamieson. Mornington is in talks with two NPL players and is hoping to snare three newcomers in total when the transfer window opens later this month. Peninsula Strikers defeated Frankston Pines 1-0 in their State 2 South-East derby on Saturday. The pivotal moment came in the 68th minute. Veteran forward Trevor Johnston should have put Strikers ahead a minute earlier but struck the far post and Pines were still trying to get organised at the back when Johnston was again in a scoring situation and he made no mistake this time smashing the ball past Pines keeper Alfonso Cardinale from close range. Johnston’s elaborate celebration took him towards the stand in the outer where Strikers senior coach Craig Lewis and assistant Billy Buchanan were serving one-match touchline bans for being sent off the previous week against Seaford United.

Winning grin: Strikers’ defender Chris McKenna enjoyed Saturday’s 1-0 derby triumph. Picture: Paul Seeley

Yet Pines had created the best two chances of the first half. In the 6th minute, Strikers keeper Colin McCormack was forced to smother after Jack Wrobel had broken through on the right and in the 20th minute, Graham Hill should have at least got his free header on target following a corner to the back post. The closest Strikers came was from Danny Brooks’ 12th-minute free kick that forced Cardinale to dive down low and tip the ball wide of the far post. Luke Murray’s second caution in the 60th minute ended his involvement in the contest and Hill joined him in injury time with a second yellow card. In between McCormack was forced to parry a sizzling long-range strike by Ben Millward and Leandro Parrella wasted a fine overlap from substitute Tom Hawkins on the right by blasting his shot over from 10 metres. There may be news on the transfer front from Centenary Park later this week. Harry McCartney reports that State 2 South-East outfit Seaford United went down fighting in their 3-0 home loss to Mazenod on Saturday. In the 25th minute, a long ball from Matty Morris-Thomas over the Mazenod defence saw Mitch Lander run past the visiting back four to slot the opener, only to be disallowed by the linesmen flagging for offside much to the disbelief of the home crowd. In the 35th minute, Lander broke down the right and his cross was met by Alex Roberts whose shot forced Mazenod keeper Nick Van Hattam into a sharp save down to his left. In the 40th minute, a scrappy shot from Vince

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Vasquez seemed easy pickings for Seaford keeper Patrick Bretherton before the wet ball skidded under his hands and slowly dribbled into the Seaford net for an embarrassing opener. The pressure by Mazenod in the second half was telling and Adrian D’Ortenzio’s sided footed cross gave Colin Stewart an easy tap in from close range to make it 2-0. But Seaford deserves credit for continuing to create chances until injury time when Nick D’Angelo was clipped inside the area and his brother Robert D’Angelo had no problem converting from the penalty spot. Skye United blew a two-goal cushion and had to settle for a 2-2 draw at home to South Yarra on Saturday. The result saw Skye slip to third on the State 3 South-East ladder with a game in hand. In the 35th minute Skye’s Michael Putson took a quick free kick and sent Jason Nowakowski through and he rounded the keeper before slotting the ball home from a tight angle to open the scoring. In the 70th minute, English import Jacob ScotteHatherly finished well from outside the area to make it 2-0. But South Yarra’s Luke Atkinson was unmarked and pulled one back just five minutes later and the visitors were rewarded for their pressure when Vincent Hetherington finished well from inside the box following a long throw in the 89th minute. Baxter’s 3-0 victory in Saturday’s State 4 South home clash with Endeavour Hills Fire was earned via a dominant first half display. Dan Disseldorp’s through ball sent Liam Kilner clear in the 20th minute and he slotted the ball past Endeavour keeper Stuart Tolmie to make it 1-0.

A long-range strike by teenager Travis Ernsdoerfer thumped off the crossbar in the 29th minute and shortly after Jack Gallagher’s strike rebounded off Tolmie allowing Mark Pagliarulo to make it 2-0. It was game, set and match in the 44th minute after Disseldorp scored from close range following a corner. The best aspect of the second half from a Baxter perspective was Francis Beck’s clean sheet. Rosebud Heart is a shadow of the side that won every league game last year and its 4-2 home loss to Keysborough in their State 4 South fixture last weekend was its fourth loss this season. Dave Greening (22nd minute) and Cory Osorio (68th) scored for Heart while Keysborough’s goals came from Nemanja Salamandic (28th, 68th), Nicolas Jaque (63rd) and substitute Victor Pinto (penalty 90th). Somerville Eagles eventually succumbed to Dandenong Warriors 4-0 away from home last weekend. Eagles keeper Toby Lawson had to be replaced after 15 minutes due to a knee injury and striker Neil Herd took over in goal. Despite Herd’s fine display the Warriors ran out comfortable victors due to goals from David Baraka (61st minute), Michael Bowen (75th), Tom Cikoratic (80th) and substitute Laku Laku (85th). Somerville lost Paul Walker and David Hughes to Baxter last week but three new players, including an Irish striker, are due to train with the club this week. Kevin McCormack and Jarryd Lymer are likely inclusions in this weekend’s matchday squad to face Sandown Lions. Local women’s NPL consortium Southern United creates history when it takes its home game on Mother’s Day, Sunday 14 May, to Gippsland. Hosted by Falcons 2000 SC at Latrobe City Sports Stadium, all four Southern teams will travel to Morwell to compete in round 11 of the competition against Victoria’s National Training Centre squads. Southern’s under-13s will play an exhibition match against the Latrobe Valley Soccer League’s under-14 representative team at 10am, Southern’s under-15s play NTC’s under-15s at 11.30am, a skills clinic conducted by Southern’s coaching staff then takes place prior to the 1pm kick-off of the Southern v NTC under-18s match. The senior game between Southern and NTC kicks off at 3pm and the senior women’s match between local sides Falcons 2000 and Churchill United starts at 5pm. This weekend’s men’s games: FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Monbulk Rangers v Skye Utd (Monbulk Regional Soccer Facility), Springvale City v Baxter (Ross Reserve, Pitch 1). SATURDAY, 3pm: Caulfield Utd Cobras v Langwarrin (Victory Park), Warragul Utd v Mornington (Baxter Park, Warragul), Frankston Pines v Seaford Utd (Monterey Reserve), Peninsula Strikers v Old Scotch (Centenary Park), Endeavour Hills Fire v Rosebud Heart (Power Reserve), Sandown Lions v Somerville Eagles (Ross Reserve, Pitch 2).

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Gifted juniors outrun senior athletes By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON Peninsula junior athletes, Ky Davies and Dylan Burrows, received winning sashes after defeating experienced competitors at the 2017 Stawell Gift Athletics Carnival. The secondary school students competed in the 550m and 1600m open events at Stawell on Sunday 16 April and weren’t daunted by the older and more experienced competitors, Ky’s father Paul Davies said. “They have both won state titles and represented Victoria at the national level which has probably given them the confidence to run in these open events,” Mr Davies said. Ky won the 1600m Victory Restricted Handicap final in four minutes and 10 seconds narrowly defeating Richard Wade, with just a one second gap between them.

While Burrows, a Peninsula School student, took out the 550m Grampians Estate WH Earle Handicap in just over a minute, receiving a chunk of the $2850 total prize money on offer. “They’re constantly improving and making their personal bests better and better,” Mr Davies said. The Mornington Little Athletics, who Burrows and Davies have both competed for, also had a group of runners at the Stawell Gift Carnival, with 13 juniors competing. One junior, Taj Westworth, had a stand-out carnival making it into the finals of two events, finishing second in the Telstra Store Little Athletics 100m sprint and sixth in the 400m final. Ky’s younger brother, Taj Davies, 13, also competed at the Stawell Carnival finishing sixth in the 800m final and seventh in the 1600m event.

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Mount Martha golfer strikes purple patch

Facelift: Funding will upgrade facilities at Frankston Pines Football Club.

Change welcomed at girls’ soccer rooms MORE women and girls will soon be kicking goals as the Frankston Pines Football Club receives funding to upgrade their facilities. Frankston Labor MP Paul Edbrooke announced that the soccer club will be receiving funding to upgrade their pavilion at Monterey Reserve with female change rooms and a new kitchen. The Pines will receive funding under the Victorian 2017-18 budget and are hoping to begin the upgrades next year.

By Ben Triandafillou FOR most people, golf’s main aim is to score the lowest possible card, but for stableford competitors, it’s the bigger, the better. Shooting a near-50 stableford round is one of the many achievements in golf, which, one experienced Mount Martha golfer has accomplished after an exceptional round of golf last month. Life member of the Mount Martha Golf Club, William (Bill) Lee, managed to score a stableford round of 52 points just weeks after turning 91.

Teeing off with a handicap of 30, Bill showed that age was no issue putting together an 84-stroke round off 18 holes at the Mount Martha Public Golf Course. “It’s quite rare to score a 52 but it was just one of those days where I had a purple patch”, a modest Bill Lee said. “I had three birdies and 84 off the stick, everything just worked.” Bill has been a member of the Mount Martha Golf Club for more than 30 years and has been an active member with his wife Joyce in building, fund-

raising and social activities. “I used to play at Waverley Private but joined the Mount Martha Golf Club many years ago as we used to visit friends down here,” Lee said. Lee has continually contributed to the Mount Martha Golf Club, captaining their side for four years, being an assistant manager and a vice-captain as well as working on the committee for many years. Still as interested as ever, Lee plays twice a week at the Mount Martha Golf Course and says that it’s the companionship at the club that draws him back each time.

“We’re proud to be building the first ever dedicated female change rooms at Monterey Reserve,” Mr Edbrooke said. “Women deserve the same opportunities as men, and with record numbers of women and girls signing up to play local sport, we’re making sure our facilities are up to scratch.” The new modern change rooms will also provide the Southern United Football Club female teams with another pitch to use for matches and training.

Southern United travel to Gippsland THE Southern United Football Club will, for the first time, take its home game on Mother’s Day to Gippsland. The Southern United under-15 girls, under-18 girls and the Southern United Senior teams will travel to Morwell to compete in round 11 of the National Premier League Women’s to face the Football Federation Victoria (National Training Centre) teams on Sunday 14 May. The Falcons 2000 Soccer Club will host the

event at Latrobe City Sports Stadium and will also have their Senior Women’s team matching up against Churchill United to conclude the program. The Southern United FC under-13 girls will also be playing an exhibition match against the Latrobe Valley Soccer League under-14 representative team at 10am to kick off the day. A skills clinic will also be run by the Southern United Football Club staff. Southern Peninsula News

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RPP to call at the ‘G’ INTERLEAGUE

By Toe Punt RADIO station RPP will be the host broadcaster of Saturday’s WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships match at the MCG on 13 May. The second-ranked Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League Sharks will tackle the number one team in state footy, Geelong Football League (GFL), starting at 3pm and for those not heading to the ‘G’ will be able to tune-in to 98.7 or 98.3FM to hear all the action. The RPP team, anchored by Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly, will be joined by Geelong Football League experts, giving listeners a balanced view of the match. MPNFL Sharks coach John Hynes expected to announce the final squad on Monday or Tuesday this week for Saturday’s match. “The boys have been together for months now and we wanted to ensure that we respected their commitment and journey to get here right to the final week,” Hynes said. “We have added some players along the journey and as I’ve said all along, we will pick the best in-form team possible. Whilst we recognise those who have been great servants of the MPNFL and interleague footy, it’s important that we pick the best possible side that is in form right now.” Hynes said there were a handful of players who didn’t play club footy at the weekend to ensure they were right for Saturday’s match at the MCG. GFL Interleague coach Jeremy Dyer revealed just over a week ago that a couple of big names had run out of time to put their hands up for selection for

the Interleague squad. Dyer, who led the GFL to the number one ranking in last year’s championships, said the early scheduling of the game had given the coaching staff little choice but to leave players out. Surprisingly though, the GFL only started its campaign in mid-April. When the GFL smashed the MPNFL a few years ago, it was because of their preparation that created the divide. What that did was spark action from John Hynes to announce the squad at the beginning of the year and start training immediately. The MPNFL has been training together for four months. Dyer said stars including St Joseph’s and ex-Geelong VFL playmaker Kieren Paliouras, and recently retired Brisbane Lion and Geelong Cat Trent West, were not selected as their form in the opening two rounds didn’t warrant selection. Another shock was the non-selection of Daniel Lovick, the St Joseph’s defender widely regarded as one of the finest ever to play in the GFL. Lovick has only missed two Interleague clashes since 2009. GFL has selected a squad featuring many youngsters, most of whom are making their first appearances in a senior Interleague squad. Seven players are 20 years old or younger- a deliberate tactic according to Dyer. “I believe Interleague is a platform to bigger things for the boys if they want it, whether they’ve got aspirations to go higher or not to further their footy path.” Dyer said the crop of youngsters, including former Falcons captain Jack Blood, St Joseph’s livewire Jacko McLaughlin and the VFL development squad listed Jonathon Arcoraci, aren’t just in there to make up the numbers.

Girl power: South East Development League kicked off this weekend with their first round. Above, Cerberus/Crib Point thrashed Frankston Dolphins 24.24 (168) to 2.0 (12). Right: Seaford went down to Officer by 31 points. Below: Karingal only managed one major in their defeat against Warragul, going down by 33 points. Pictures: Andrew Hurst

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