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Lions share of joy AYSHA was among the patients at Monash Children’s Dandenong who got some unexpected pre-Christmas joy last week. Lions Club of Dandenong past-president Dr Keerthi Gunawardana - better known as Dr G - delivered piles of toy gifts to the patients on behalf of the service club. 112043 Picture: ROB CAREW

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Take it away A FINAL design for a long-awaited Springvale Asian Gateway has failed to defuse a community group’s criticism that it was “too Chinese� in style. Last week Greater Dandenong Council acting chief executive Jody Bosman unveiled the design, which features three traditional Chinese characters and ‘Springvale’ written in English on the top panel. The estimated $600,000 Asian gateway will have a cross-beam, featuring ‘Welcome’ in four languages, with accompanying symbols, representing Vietnam, Cambodia, China and Australia.

It is unchanged from the design revealed by the Journal in August and criticised by South East Melbourne Vietnamese Associations Council for being “too Chinese�. Mr Bosman last week said the council received tenders up until two weeks ago and was expecting the winning tenderer to be decided this month. He said the design could yet receive some “fine-tuning�. In recent months, the council has met several times with Vietnamese and Cambodian groups as well as the project’s proponent Springvale Asian Business Association (SABA) to resolve the row.

The council presented several compromise options including the removal of Chinese characters from the gateway’s top panel. That option was endorsed by SEMVAC but opposed by SABA. Meanwhile SEMVAC rejected a proposal adding couplets of Chinese poetry to the gateway’s columns. The warring parties were last week surprised that the council had already put the project to tender. SABA spokesman Stan Chang said it had left it to the council to sort out the “politics� embroiled around the design. He held out a hope that the gateway

would be built in time for Lunar New Year celebrations, which fall on Australia Day. SABA had committed $200,000 to the project. It rejected an overture from SEMVAC to “shoulder half� of the $200,000 in return for an equal say in the design. “We’re not going to fight against something that doesn’t even make sense,� Mr Chang said. SEMVAC spokesman Trung Doan said the mainly Chinese design didn’t reflect the suburb’s demographics: about 4000 residents speak Vietnamese at home, about 1000 speak Chinese. Of the 44 shops near the proposed

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gateway, 16 were Vietnamese businesses and 15 Chinese, he said. “There’s no reason the Chinese should demand this design for an ‘Asian’ gateway.� The state Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship has committed $175,000 to the project. A council spokeswoman said the council hadn’t yet decided on its funding commitment. Mr Chang said the gateway would become a landmark and a tourist attraction. “We would like it to give some impetus to further development in Springvale.�

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Lights of learning TWO Greater Dandenong schools are punching well above their weight - and are now teaching others around the country and the world. Dandenong North and Silverton primary schools were last week named among eight from across Australia in the Social Ventures Australia (SVA) Bright Spots Schools Connection. These Powerhouse Schools have risen above the “disadvantaged” label on their communities. They’ll receive financial, mentoring and networking support to build on their strengths, and help SVA create a plan to turn around struggling schools. SVA Bright Spots Schools Connection director Sue Cridge said the schools knew how to excite their students about learning. “These schools have something to teach all of us - we can all learn from them so that success in these ’bright spots’ can spread to become a bright system,” she said. Dandenong North principal Kevin McKay said the school’s inclusion justified its efforts. “You don’t get those results without a fantastic staff,” he said. “It’s great for them to see people outside of the school are recognising what they’re doing.” He said the key to the success was “hardly a revelation”. “We actually teach,” he said. Mr McKay said years ago teaching became geared toward kids learning for themselves. “It might be all right in affluent suburbs where the kids have lots of great experiences at home,” he said. “It doesn’t work for people who start school with no English language to begin with. It doesn’t work for people who’ve had disrupted learning or no learning at all.” He said teachers worked with students until they understood a concept, and the school used the additional funding it received for its “disadvantaged” location to employ extra staff. “That helps us to reduce the sizes

of our groups and get to the point of need more quickly,” he said. Mr McKay said it was all about giving kids from war-torn countries a better life. Silverton principal Tony Bryant said Microsoft picked the Noble Park North school among the 12 best in the world in 2009. “That was based around innovation, used of technology, performance, engagement,” he said. “We’ve mentored other schools around the world and we’re now a ‘world tour school’. “Thousands of visitors come to Silverton every year to see what we’re doing and try to replicate us.” Students have access to a TV studio, radio station, a laptop each and a planetarium and there’s a focus on team work through open, flexible working spaces. “We’ve got a fantastic school community that’s embraced what we’re doing,” he said. “We don’t want our kids to be disadvantaged for the rest of their lives. “We give them every opportunity to succeed.”

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Nativity scene set for season THE story of the birth of Christ has been told beautifully each year for the past decade at St Elizabeth’s Parish church in Dandenong North by a most impressive nativity display. Wilson Fernandez is the creative force behind the magnificent nativity. Wilson starts planning his creation six months before Christmas spending some 250 hours perfecting the scene, utilising 61 handcrafted models and 236 figurines. “The project commences at least six months in advance when I mind map what is to be created each year and I work towards logistics and project planning aspects,” said Wilson, who works as a quality assurance specialist with an engineering firm. His estimate of materials used

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In week one, Wilson introduces the entry of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem. Wilson Fernandez is of Indian origin and grew up in a small town on the south west coastal region south of Goa. He created his first nativity crib at the age of 14. To mark the 10th annivesary of the St Elizabeth nativity, the Archbishop of Melbourne Denis Hart celebrated a vigil mass at the church on Saturday night before blessing the nativity scene. The nativity is open for viewing until 12 January from 9am until 5pm. This is my last column for 2013. Have a Merry Christmas and I’ll be back with more Moments with Marg next year.

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services being filled by private ambulance services. 5 YEARS AGO 16 December 2008 ‘Yes’ to Yesil GREATER Dandenong Council has elected its first Muslim mayor, Pinar Yesil of Keysborough. With the support of her ALP colleagues, the 28-year-old Paperbark Ward councillor defeated Yvonne Herring 7-4 in a vote last Monday night. Cr Yesil was born in Australia to Turkish parents before the family returned to their home country. She is a union representative with the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association, but her mayoralty will take a full-time focus. She planned to pay “special attention” to the revitalisation of Noble Park and advocate for improved public transport in Keysborough.


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Plaza crime clean-up By CASEY NEILL POLICE are helping Dandenong Plaza traders, security staff and cleaners to cut crime. The shopping centre hosted a forum with guests from the Victoria Police Academy on 11 December. Sergeant Duncan Bartley said about 25 people attended the forum. “They had a spike in issues back in August with assaults so there’s been some ongoing dialogue with us and centre management,” he said. Following police advice, the centre implemented a youth guard and has since recorded a drop in incidents. “In November they had no assaults at all,” Sgt Bartley said. The youth guard speaks with

young people gathering at the plaza and listens to their issues. “He’s getting that information, what they want, what the issues are,” Sgt Bartley said. “He’s feeding that back through security and to us. “The kids are becoming more respectful of what their roles and responsibilities are.” The fluorescent vest-clad guard also moves on trouble makers. On 26 November police held another forum with centre security and cleaners. “They’ve never been incorporated into that before,” Sgt Bartley said. “They’ve got something to offer, if there is an incident. If they can intervene, take notes, report what’s happening.”

Sgt Bartley said the more intelligence witnesses could provide, the more scope police have to act and the better they could target resources. Regular forums are on the cards. “The probable next one is going to be on the mentally unwell, and how security and retailers can deal with that,” he said. “Low-level stuff should be dealt with internally. When there is a need for the police, we can respond knowing that they’ve done everything they can in the first instance.” Sgt Bartley said the police academy’s OPTIC program, which puts officers in training into shopping centres, would return to the plaza in the coming months.

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A MAN ordered by a court to develop a road-safety campaign after nearly killing himself and four passengers in a drink-driving crash in Narre Warren South has been praised by his judge for doing a “pretty good job”. Cadmiel ‘Tibby’ Duscas of Noble Park had been challenged in October by Dandenong Magistrate Greg Connellan - in lieu of a lengthy jail term - to use social media and visit schools to spread a road safety message to young people. Duscas said that before reporting to Mr Connellan last Monday he had been worried that he had not done enough. “The fact I could get locked up lingers at the back of my mind,” Duscas told the Journal. “I’ll just keep going with it.” There were further nervous moments when Duscas missed a 10.40am callover in the court due to being bailed up by a TV crew outside. Mr Connellan noted Duscas had since appeared on a TV current affairs program, had featured in “quite constructive” reports in the Journal and set up a road-safety Facebook page Our Second Chance - Almost Fatality to Reality. Duscas is also planning to visit schools next year with some of the Facebook page’s 800 followers, including former road victims and people who “served time” for injuring or killing people on the road. He said he wanted his school visits to have a point of difference. He told the court he would raise funds for activities,

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such as $500 vision goggles that could replicate impairment caused by a 0.10 blood-alcohol reading. “We don’t want to just go in and preach,” Duscas told the Journal. “We want to make it fun.” One of the potential campaign ‘recruits’ was an off-duty paramedic who revived Duscas at the crash at Pound Road early on 20 May 2012. A Casey Highway Patrol officer who attended the crash was also willing to join the education tour. “On the night, the crash looked so bad, he said to other police officers ‘be ready for five fatalities’,” Duscas told the Journal. Many of the campaign’s growing list of contacts, including his former school Noble Park Secondary College, were enlisted after reading the Journal’s reports. “It sounds like you’re doing

a pretty good job,” Mr Connellan said. “I’ve started,” Duscas replied. “The ball’s rolling.” In October, Mr Connellan had banned Duscas from driving for four years and deferred further sentencing. This includes a possible jail term of more than 10 years - for driving under the influence and negligently causing serious injury to his four passengers. Mr Connellan further deferred part of Duscas’s sentence in April, pending more information on Duscas’s school visits and Facebook campaign. “I sense by this stage Mr Duscas will have been doing something worthwhile,” he said. Duscas’s lawyer Michael Kuzilny said outside the court that Mr Connellan took a “holistic approach”. “Rather than just being punished, the young offender is giving back to the community,” he said.

No holds barred in legal stoush VU HO, the Springvale unemployed mechanic who is fighting to keep his pet sheep at home, has vowed to keep battling despite his case being closed by the High Court. On Friday, the court dismissed Mr Ho’s special leave application, which requested the highest court in the land to hear his case against Greater Dandenong Council. “Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose,” Mr Ho said when told the news. A defiant Mr Ho told the

Journal he would embark on a fresh legal challenge should the council try to forcibly evict his 16-year-old sheep Baa. “If they do try to remove her by force, they have to give me warning and then I will challenge them in court. “I will fight to the end. This is not the end.” Mr Ho claims the council corrected a flaw in its local laws in 2011 that had categorised sheep with cats and dogs. The basis for his new challenge would be that the correc-

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR No offence I FIND it somewhat strange that a recurring debate seems to happen each Christmas. There are some in the community who don’t like Christmas decorations, nativity scenes, and Christmas carols. They say it offends them. They are not Christians, and they don’t want to endure such things. Sometimes we are led to believe that people of other faiths are offended by our Christmas celebrations and traditions. I want to disagree with that last statement. What I have found over the years is that people of other faiths are not offended or concerned if we celebrate Christmas. The overwhelming majority of people who live here and who practice religions other than Christianity are quite happy for our culture to celebrate its traditional way. The people who tend to get upset, are more often some (not all) white Aussies with no religion, or who are a particular kind of atheist. (Not all atheists). Indeed, some angry non-religious folk, actually use people of other faiths to cloak their own hostility to religious traditions and celebrations. “Don’t you realise that a nativity scene offends Muslims, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, and others!”

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(I guess that makes them fundamentalist nonreligious people!) Jim Reiher, President of the Casey Multifaith Network.

Forward looking AS A former resident of some 40 plus years in Springvale, I welcome the final elimination of the Springvale Road level crossing, which is long, long overdue. I remember back in the ’60s when Springvale Road was only a single road of two lanes through the shopping centre, times have changed. Why, oh why, though, isn’t the third railway track being built into this new underground station complex? We already have the third track from Springvale Road west up past Westall Station, where it was allowed for, and it just seems obvious to me that it should be built in as all the level crossings are gradually replaced. The third railway track between Caulfield and Dandenong will give all commuters a quicker option to get to and from their homes and places of employment, etc. We should always look forward! Terry Walsh, Narre Warren South.

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Not so. No Muslim, Jew, Buddhist or Hindu that I have met, have ever complained about nativity scenes. (I will allow for the possibility that there could be some – a tiny minority of extreme fundamentalists of any faith who say “I am right and everyone else is wrong!” and “only my religion should be allowed!”) As someone involved in multifaith and interfaith networks for the last seven years, all I have found is gracious people from all religions who are just happy to be living in a wonderful country that allows them the freedom to practise their own religion and to celebrate their own special events. They gratefully accept that gift, and they equally offer it to all others around them. They know, that if you begin restricting it for one, you end up restricting it for all. Let’s be careful about ridiculing the customs and traditions of celebrations like Christmas. Whether you are religious or not. We should be keen to demonstrate tolerance and respect for those who are not the same as ourselves. And let’s not blame “people of other faiths” getting offended. It is usually not them who are offended. It is usually a small sub-group of the nonreligious who want society to be just like them.

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Out of the firing line Stray balls regularly clear a sixmetre-high perimeter fence intended to protect houses built 50 metres away from the synthetic pitch. Les and Suzi Harris, whose yard and roof have been in the firing-line since the 1970s, were hopeful the move would finally give them peace. “This news is a great Christmas present,” a relieved Ms Harris said. “At least now the council is doing something.” Since the ban last March, the couple had still collected eight balls that landed in their yard; a cricket ball landing metres from Mr Harris as he gardened.

By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS SENIOR cricket is set to return to Lois Twohig Reserve’s lower oval next season after Greater Dandenong council allocated $245,000 to move the oval’s pitch further from neighbouring houses. It is also considering a taller perimeter fence, at an estimated cost of $140,000, as a further defence for long-suffering neighbours. North Dandenong Cricket Club seniors had been banned from playing on the pitch this season after complaints by neighbours about their roofs and backyards being peppered by cricket balls.

He attributes seven of the astray balls to regular and illegal social cricket matches, and one to a junior club fixture. “As long as you hear a whack off the bat, you have to have a look about in case one lands near you.” Mr Harris said the expensive solution was as a result of a “planning failure” which allowed a cricket pitch and homes to be built so close. The couple had been long frustrated that the council had failed to act after in 2000 he produced 70 balls that landed in his yard. Dandenong Cricket Club committee member Colin Riddiford said the move was timely given the se-

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AN ARSONIST poured petrol over a car parked in a Noble Park driveway and set it alight. About 12.15am on 7 December a passer-by saw the blaze on Latimer Street and called triple zero. The CFA attended, extinguished the fire and found a petrol can behind the burnt-out Honda sedan. Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 00.

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IT’S NONE OF OUR BUSINESS BUT… DANDENONG Market’s Christmas decorations aren’t just festive they’re sustainable. The walls and stalls are decorated with resources from the market, and the market’s been taking part in recycling and energy and water conservation programs this year. THE dedicated staff and volunteers at Dandenong food charity Avocare are relying on “reindeer power” after their refrigerated van was involved in an accident last week. The 22-year-old van had been collecting food around the city for the past seven years. Last financial year Avocare distributed more than 771,000 kilograms of food, or about 19,730 meals each week, and it will provide lunch for 120 people at Cornerstone on Christmas Day. Anyone who can help with a new van is asked to email Trish Keilty at trish@jobsforce.com.au. DANDENONG’S George Andrews Reserve has been short-listed as a potential training camp for Australia’s biggest ever football tournament, the 2015 Asian Cup. The Greater Dandenong Council facility is among 27 venues in every state and territory vying to host one of Asia’s top 16 teams as they acclimatise and train in Australia. Participating teams will receive a brochure highlighting the venues for teams to consider as part of their preparations.

CHRISTMAS decorations can never be too Christmassy for some. A Journal reader said he wouldn’t be happy until there were banners reading “Jesus is the reason for the season”. City of Greater Dandenong announced it would replace ‘Seasons Greetings’ with ’Merry Christmas’ on its festive paraphernalia next year, following criticism of its efforts this year. A COUNCILLOR’S tea break put a Greater Dandenong council meeting into mild disarray last Monday. With four councillors already absent at the time, Cr Peter Brown left the chamber for a cuppa. Soon after, the meeting’s public question time was called to an abrupt halt because of the lack of a quorum. After five minutes of discontent rumbling from the public gallery, Cr Brown reappeared with a warm brew in hand, seemingly nonplussed by the commotion. THE Springvale council chambers’ final ever meeting was a bit of a snooze fest - for one member of the gallery, at least. They had to be stirred awake at the two-hour mark last Monday, despite the occasion. Past councillors from the former cities of Springvale and Dandenong flocked to a dinner ahead of the momentous meeting, with the council to move to its new digs in Dandenong early next year.

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Grateful green thumb By CASEY NEILL A SPRINGVALE Garden Club stalwart has received the highest horticulture honour in Australia. Shirley Boden, 82, has been with the club since it started 33 years ago. “I joined the very first night that it was being formed and I’ve been going ever since,” she said. “I’m the only one in the garden club that has been there all that time. “I’ve done just about everything there - I’ve been the secretary, the treasurer, the president ... “Now I’m on the trading desk. People bring in plants, we sell them on the trading table. They get 80 per cent of what we charge, and the club gets 20 per cent.” The club had a surprise for her at its Christmas lunch on 7 December - a Gold John Pascoe Fawkner Medal for distinguished service to horticulture. The Royal Horticultural Society of Victoria president and secretary were on-hand at Sandown Park Hotel to make the presentation. “It was a huge surprise,” Ms Boden said. “I never expected anything like that. “You do these things not for what you’re going to get back, but because you enjoy it. “I just felt I was just doing what everybody does in these clubs. “I didn’t know what to say. I just stood there like a fool.” Ms Boden has always been interested in gardening. “I did a course in landscaping and gardening before I joined the garden club,” she said. And her sons and daughter have followed her passion, gaining qualifications in landscaping and horticulture. “It’s such a relaxing thing, gardening,” she said.

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MODERN AND ELEGANT / 67 MARRIOT DRIVE, KEYSBOROUGH Everything about this comforting, contemporary and solid family residence spells out home. Ready for you to move in and enjoy comfort all year round, this elegant brick veneer residence has room to entertain formally in the dining room or chill out with the kids in the casual lounge area. The chic modern kitchen is designed in neutral tones, with glamorous stone island bench, quality stainless-steel appliances and plentiful storage throughout. Outside discover a paved dining area, beautiful slate floors and surrounded by lush urban plantings and atmospheric lighting for the evening. The three bedrooms are all naturally bright with neighbourhood views, and feature practical built-in-robes. The master suite enjoys a gleaming private ensuite with quality fittings throughout. There are two further bathrooms, similarly modern and in a neutral colour scheme to service the rest of the home. Other benefits of this designer residence include low-maintenance garden, ducted heating, reverse-cycle air conditioning, two car garage with remote-control access and excellent proximity to both Haileybury College and Lighthouse Christian College, as well as Parkmore shopping precinct. Note: No Body Corporate.

FINAL WORD: “FUSING ELEGANCE AND LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING, IT’S THE IDEAL CONTEMPORARY LIVING STYLE FOR TODAY’S MODERN BUYER.” HARRY LI MCDONALD REAL ESTATE, SPRINGVALE DIRECTOR- SPRINGVALE

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This property is located right in front of the new Doveton College and pool and the selling agent says buyers can’t go wrong by investing in this property with its potential for living in, investing or developing. It is perfect for development retaining existing home on a great rectangular block with a 3.1 metre driveway width to the backyard, subject to council approval. This solid concrete house boasts ducted heating, new carpets, new upright cooker, curtains and much more. The selling agent says an inspection is highly recommended because the vendor is very keen to sell.

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BARRY PLANT, DANDENONG, 9706 7455 YASANTHA DE SILVA, 0432 805 336 93 ASH STREET INSPECT: SATURDAY, 2-2.30PM AND WEDNESDAY, 5PM-5.30PM

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AUCTION: SATURDAY, 21 DECEMBER, 11AM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)

PRICE: BUYERS OVER $450,000

TERMS: 10 PER CENT DEPOSIT, BALANCE 30/60 DAYS

This home is conveniently located in Besley Gardens, a small pocket of exclusive properties only a few minutes’ walk to the Dandenong Shopping Plaza. It is a fully fitted home with all the modern conveniences the new owners can be sure to enjoy. It comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, three toilets, a downstairs study, formal lounge, rumpus room with sliding door to covered in outdoor area with lovely in-ground pool. The master bedroom has a full ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The single garage has remote entry and direct access to the inside of the house. A secluded back yard ensures privacy for outdoor relaxation, which the selling agent says is a rare offering in a highly desirable location.

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DANDENONG NORTH Strong and sturdy in construction and tucked away behind its secure front brick wall and sitting on a sizeable block of 735 square metres, this home simply oozes potential. With an abundance of space inside and outside it is a perfect home for a young family to enjoy comfortable living and with its huge four car garage. The inviting grand entry leads to the kitchen on the left which has plenty of cupboards through to a family/dining area with stunning parquetry floor and

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gas woodfire heater. Visitors will be amazed at the size of the double lounge room that would allow a large family to enjoy their time together. The well proportioned bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and master bedroom with full ensuite. Features include polished floorboards, quality roller shutters to all windows, huge outdoor undercover area, large backyard with all fruit trees and more. The property is located within short distance do all the amenities and quick access to main thoroughfares.

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Artistic pupils showed off their talents in a Christmas colouring competition which aimed to bring a local community together. Botanic Homes took the opportunity to reach out to the community and work on a fun project together. The building and development company purchases 700 Christmas cards each year to send out to clients, suppliers and trades people. This year, rather than sending the same old Christmas cards, the company held This beautifully designed residence in a a competition with local primary POSTCODE quiet established court is designed to schools to design the front of its capture attention. Christmas card and offer a prize to the The stylish four bedroom family home is school and student of the winning located in Narre Warren and is close to design. schools, shops and public transport. Teachers worked with pupils to create The large formal lounge room flows through to the clean bright and colourful designs for hostess kitchen with stainless steel gas appliances Christmas cards with the top five and a dishwasher which overlooks the meals area. entries posted online to receive votes The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and from the public, friends and family. enwsuite with heat lamps and the remaining three Botanic Homes received more than 50 bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and are nearby the entries and then had the difficult task of narrowing the entries down to a final five from central bathroom with its spa bath. Pakenham Lakeside Primary and St Andrews Catholic School. Features of this immaculate home are ducted heating, The design with the most votes was Ashleigh from Pakenham Lakeside Primary. evaporative cooling, floorboards and tiles, a large Her gorgeous entry of Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer was just what the judges were looking pergola area, a garden shed, a double garage as well for. as an added feature of side access and two The prize up for grabs included $700 to the winning school, $100 voucher to the child who driveways. draws the winning design and the winning design printed on 700 Christmas cards with school logo and childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name.

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BIG & BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME Great home for large or extended families, features 5 bedrooms with BIRs, full ensuite & 2nd bathroom with spa, PLUS 3 large separate living areas, formal lounge, spacious kitchen & family/dining room plus enormous 8m x 4m rumpus room. Kitchen includes stone benchtops, European style stainless steel gas range, hood & dishwasher. A double under-roof garage with remote control door & 3 car carport are provided for cars/boats etc. and there is an alfresco pergola for outdoor living. This spotless home features gas ducted heating & a split system air con, plus blinds and floor coverings throughout.

MAGNIFICIENT RENOVATED FAMILY HOME! Nestled behind the fence is this brilliant rendered home, surrounded by well-known school such as Haileybury College, Resurrections Primary school, parks, Springers Leisure Centre and Parkmore S.C. This newly painted home offers 3 good sized bedrooms with BIRs, comfy L shape lounge/living, well- appointed kitchen with meals area overlooking the garden, a large fresh bathroom, separate laundry, D/H, evaporative cooling, polished timber floor through-out, tiled in wet area, security doors, roller shutters, landscape garden and a double garage. This is an astounding opportunity for all buyers!

INSPECTION SATURDAY 12.00 - 1.00PM

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MERRY CHRISTMAS From the team at

Stockdale & Leggo Dandenong We wish you all a happy holiday season, and extend to you our sincere thanks for your loyalty throughout the past year. For any sales enquiries over the holiday period please contact our salespeople.

BLUE CHIP DEVELOPMENT SITE In the heart of the CBD within mins walk of the market & plaza. Approx 827m2 in Res 2 zoning. Existing 3 bed BV home, with 1 bdrm unit at the rear. Fantastic potential for units, townhouses or apartment complex (STP).Rare opportunity here! Auction Price Inspect Agent

8th February at 11.00am $600,000+ By Appointment Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

28,29,30/249 Lonsdale St Dandenong

1 & 2/2 Bedwell Avenue Dandenong

5 Macpherson Street Dandenong

6 Caroline Street Dandenong

BUY ONE OR THE LOT Three commercial strata title ofices being offered separately or as a whole. Each is let with tenants paying all outgoings. Potential return 7% P.A. Choose from 24sqmtrs, 28sqmtrs or 41sqmtrs in area. Central position in the CBD.

RENOVATED 4 BED HOME Great to live in or prime development site(STP). With a Res2 zoning this 590m2 block has deinite potential.Close to Plaza & market this quality 4bed home is completely renovated with new kitchen, luxury b/room & F.E.S,huge lounge.

For Sale Price From $70,000 Inspect By Appointment Agent Neil Butler 0411 637 088

FANTASTIC INVESTMENT WITH GREAT POTENTIAL Two sep units on one title with potential to subdivide (STP). Unit 1 offers 3 large BR’s, sep lounge, family size kitchen. Unit 2 modern 2 bed vinyl clad unit with open living area & gas app. For Sale Price $500,000+ Inspect Wednesday 5-5.30pm Saturday 1-1.30pm Agent Neil Butler 0411 637 088

For Sale Price $490,000+ Inspect Saturday 2-2.30pm Agent Dennis Tzortzoglou 0438 341 066

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY IN PRIME LOCATION Comfortable 3 Bed timber home set on approx 662m2 of Res 2 land. Suit new home, multiple units or apartment site (STP). Terriic location within an easy walk to the Plaza + Market. Let at For Sale Price $430,000+ Inspect By Appointment Agent Neil Butler 0411 637 088

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7 & 11/46 Princes Hwy Dandenong

6/57-59 Cleeland Street Dandenong

AS NEW APARTMENT CLOSE TO STATION & SHOPS 2 BR apartment large tiled living area with quality kitchen. Includes r/cycle a/c, carpets to BR’s & large balcony. Security intercom, u/cover remote parking. Let at $295 PW poss avail. For Sale Price $270,000+ Inspect Saturday 1-1.30pm Agent Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

AS NEW QUALITY TOWNHOUSE Huge open plan living with stunning parquetry loors, hostess kitchen with s/steel WO, HP’s & D/W. D/stairs BR plus upstairs master with ensuite, rumpus room easily converted to extra BR. D/heating, cooling & enclosed carport.

BUY ONE OR BOTH These downstairs apartments are in the heart of Dandenong. Offers spacious open plan living, functional kitchen, 2 dble bdrms with dble robes. Tenanted at $12,500pa each. Great value for the investor or vacant possession available.

BEST LOCATION IN TOWN Renovated upstairs apartment only 5 min walk to market & s/centre. Lounge with private balcony, sep kitchen, meals area with updated c/ boards, large BR with BIR’s. U/cover parking & security entrance. Let but vacant poss avail.

For Sale Price $380,000+ Inspect Saturday 2 - 2.30pm Agent Bob Milkovic 0422 504 106

Private Price $210,000+ Inspect By Appointment Agent Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

For Sale Price $160,000+ Inspect By Appointment Agent Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

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1/9 Goldlang St, Dandenong

1/122 Regent St, Springvale

2/566 Springvale Rd, Springvale

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2/26 Nockolds Cres, Noble Park

2/34 Yarraman Rd, Noble Park

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2/45 McFees Rd, Dandenong North

3/9 Rutherglen St, Noble Park

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Christmas has come early for many of our buyers and sellers! We still have a HUGE supply of motivated buyers ready to go. Call our FREE appraisal hotline 8710 0000 today!

SALES IN NOVEMBER!

12/45 Leonard Ave, Noble Park

12 Wahroonga Ave, Keysborough

13 Erica St, Springvale

8 Hillcrest Cres, Springvale

8 Raymond St, Noble Park

9 Grayling Cres, Keysborough

9 Labassa Crt, Keysborough

9/58 Potter St, Dandenong

13 Fabian Crt, Keysborough

13 Julius Cres, Noble Park North

14 Moorgate Crt, Springvale South

16 Armadale Ave, Noble Park

19 Armstrong Way, Dandenong North

34 Somerset Dr, Dandenong North

37 French St, Noble Park

37 Williams Rd, Dromana

41 Victoria Ave, Springvale

41 Oswald St, Dandenong

29/43-47 Doveton Ave, Eumemmerring

48 Galloway St, Dandenong North

54 Coolavin Rd, Noble Park North

60 Fintonia Rd, Noble Park

74 Elonera Rd, Noble Park North

84 Illawarra Cres, Dandenong North

100 Illawarra Cres, Dandenong North

124 Lightwood Rd, Noble Park

Lot 9 Oswald Crt, Keysborough

Lot 17 Oswald Crt, Keysborough

Lot 2720 Winthrop Crt, Keysborough

23 Templewood Ave, 24/80-82 Ellendale Rd, Noble Park Noble Park North

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KEYSBOROUGH 8769 1888

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KEYSBOROUGH 159 Bloomfield Road Secure Living with Everything Nearby How often are you gifted with such a great location and just about everything at your fingertips? You get to live in this corner beauty with 3 robed BDRs, 2 bathrooms & a centralised living area that flows through to a 2nd living & kitchen. Plus the garage is large enough for 2 cars and then some - so if you would love a workshop for your DIY’s, this is for you!

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Friday 20th December at 5pm (unless sold prior)

$490,000+ Wed 6 - 6:30pm & Sat 2 - 2:30pm Photo ID required Chang Wang 0450 706 668, Chee-ky Dunlop 0422 910 881

PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$390,000+ Sat 12:30 - 1pm Photo ID required Gadas Lamsodis 0423 884 819, Chee-ky Dunlop 0422 910 881

SPRINGVALE SOUTH 6/221 Clarke Road Tucked towards the rear of this quiet complex is this modern young townhome that’s ready to be homed by you. Here you’ll be surprised at how functional & welcoming this home is with its open plan living which flows into the meals & kitchen, 3 BDRs upstairs & a courtyard.

A3 B1 C 2 E1 Friday 20th Dec at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE $330,000+ INSPECT by appointment only Photo ID required CONTACT Jeremy Phillips 0402 751 001

KEYSBOROUGH 14 Currawong Street A Hidden Gem on a block size of 536m2 (approx) This brilliant home is a superb location is waiting to be scooped up by you. Blink & you will have missed it - SO TAKE NOTE! This is your classic Keysborough home with everything you could hope for including a spacious carpeted living, open meals & kitchen, 3 good sized BDRs plus a west facing undercover entertaining area at the rear to watch the sunset.

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Thursday 19th December at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

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$380,000+ Thurs 6 - 6:30pm & Sat 11:45am - 12:15pm Photo ID required Gadas Lamsodis 0423 884 819, Chee-ky Dunlop 0422 910 881

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The Place You Can Truly Call Home! Be the first to have a look at this immaculately presented stunning home. An inviting entry will take you to a huge, open plan living area with high ceilings & stunning timber floors which seamlessly connect to a spacious kitchen with walk-in pantry & quality appliances. Living area has direct access to a low maintenance backyard & there are 2 good sized BDRs.

Secure Haven for the Family Here it is! A big and beautiful brick veneer home in one of the more popular parts of Noble Park, ready and waiting for its new owners. On a 698sqm (approx) rectangular block, it has potential to build in the rear (STCA). Centrally located with plenty of space for the kids & pets, plus 2 living areas & 2 bathrooms, this home is perfect for the growing family.

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Saturday 21st December at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

NOBLE PARK 2 Ellendale Road

$320,000+ Sat 2 - 2:30pm Photo ID required Janina Ksiezycka 0422 991 439

$380,000+ Sat 3 - 3:30pm Photo ID required Belinda Robbie 0414 335 696, Tim Stickley 0409 215 540

SPRINGVALE 1 Glendale Road Character and potential in a superb location Set on a generous block of 694sqm (approx) walking distance to Minaret College, this spacious home provides an exceptional entry point into the highly sought Springvale market, perfect opportunities for renovation, extension, redevelopment or subdivision (STCA). Features: 3 spacious BDRs, large formal lounge & a well equipped kitchen.

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Friday 20th December at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$390,000+ As advertised or by appointment Photo ID required Lee Phuong 0402 660 880

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Walking Distance to Spring Parks Primary School Presenting the ultimate in harmonious living, this family home is a true find. With a large front garden & established plants, the street appeal is just one of the many features you’ll discover in this home. On a block of approx. 568 sqm, this home has a neat kitchen, living, courtyard & DLUG.

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$380,000+ Sat 2 - 2:30pm Photo ID required Lee Phuong 0402 660 880, Tim Stickley 0409 215 540

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$430,000+ Sat 10:30 - 11am Photo ID required Lee Phuong 0402 660 880, Tim Stickley 0409 215 540

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PRICE GUIDE $155,000 + INSPECT by appointment CONTACT Michael Cervenjak 0419 389 039

Features spacious lounge & dining, open plan design, B.I.R’s to all BR’s, gas cooking, large pantry, d/h, evap cooling, private rear courtyard & LUG. Close to Dandenong Plaza, schools & transport.

A3 B1 C 1 E1 PRICE GUIDE $360,000 + INSPECT By appointment CONTACT Silvana Lakic 0412 241 888

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3BR elevated home with views to Mt.Baw Baw. Features renovated kitchen, painted throughout, gas heated lounge, huge backyard + plans for a unit on a corner block. Could be rented for $220 pw.

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Thinking of selling? Call Barry Plant Dandenong for a free market appraisal

9706 7455 Best wishes for the festive season and a peaceful new year ahead.

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244 Lonsdale St Dandenong P: 9791 5922 F: 9792 2536

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Noble Park

Dandenong CBD

Dandenong CBD

NEW & LUXURIOUS!

PRIME CENTRAL!

CHARACTER & POTENTIAL!

1, 3 & 4/11 aMbrie crescent

13 edith street

Located in a quiet crescent close to the railway station and Freeway access, these three high quality townhouses and one single level villa unit will capture the most fastidious buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eye. Currently under construction, you will enjoy enormous stamp duty savings with your purchase. The craftsman built homes range from 13.5sq to 18.6sq of living area, not including garages. Features include extensive use of porcelain floor tiles, quality carpets, 2.7m ceilings and deluxe kitchens with stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, ducted heating and split system air conditioning. All have private landscaped backyards and an additional parking space in front of the garage.

For saLe: From $400,000 oPen: *** under construction *** unit 2 soLd!

41 ann street

Solid red brick home located only 200 metres from CBD. A prime development site, ideal for multi storey apartments (STCA) on a site measuring approx 779m2 with a 16.5m frontage. Features hardwood floors, high ceilings, solid timber kitchen, ducted heating, formal lounge and dining areas and single garage.

For saLe: $579,000 oPen: Wed 4:30pm to 5:00pm

Merry Christmas

Endeavour Hills 3 JeFFs court

In a quiet court with magnificent views, this sizeable home features four bedrooms with ensuite to master, plus study, formal lounge plus separate rumpus room with feature open fire place. Features polished hardwood floors, ducted heating and vacuum, large entertainment deck at the rear and double brick garage.

For saLe: $440,000 to $480,000 oPen: sat 12:00pm to 12:30pm

For saLe: $540,000 to $565,000 oPen: Wed 4:30pm to 5:00pm

Keysborough 5 Locharn crescent

Our management and staff wish our loyal clients a Safe and Happy Festive Season and a Prosperous New Year.

HUGE HOUSE - TINY PRICE!

Located only minutes walk to the Dandenong Market, Plaza, High School and hospital, this circa 1930â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s style red brick home is situated on approximately 736m2 of Residential 2 development land in. Suitable for multi level apartment development (STCA). The property will provide a secure investment with lots of options.

UNBEATABLE LOCATION!

This beautifully presented three bedroom home is situated within walking distance to Parkmore Shopping Centre, schools, parks and public transport. Featuring a spacious living room, timber kitchen with gas appliances, air conditioning, security grills to windows and a double tandem garage. BE QUICK!

For saLe: $400,000 to $430,000 oPen: sat 11:45am to 12:15pm

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MAGNIFICENT MODERN UNIT!

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1/26 MoodeMere street

3/38 Jones road

This immaculate three bedroom unit, on a block of only three, boasts superb location within walking distance to shops, railway station, bus stops and schools. It features all gas appliances, ample storage, robes to all bedrooms, air conditioning, gas heating, large private yard, single lock up garage and an extra car space.

For saLe: $330,000 to $350,000 oPen: sat 11:00am to 11:30am

Daryl Rayner Director 0411 537 820

Walking distance to Schools, shops and public transport, this near new unit is currently rented to excellent tenants. Comprises open plan living, well appointed kitchen, meals area, two bedrooms, full ensuite to master, built in robes, study, ducted heating, cooling system and single garage with remote door.

For saLe: $310,000 to $330,000 oPen: sat 11:15am to 11:45am

Phil Morgan Sales Consultant 0417 517 651

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Mile Mileski Sales Consultant 0417 103 325

2/11 JeFFrey street

These craftsman built villa units may attract the interest of a private superannuation fund or owner occupier. Each unit features spacious living areas, three generous bedrooms, gas appliances, two have air conditioning and all boast lock up garages and secure backyards. Excellent tenants returning $50,960 per annum.

For saLe: $350,000 each oPen: sat 10:30am to 11:00am

John Ratnam Sales Consultant 0414 556 517

Liam Rayner Sales Consultant 0433 127 774

Neat three year old two bedroom unit on a block of two! Offers large master bedroom, open plan lounge/ dining off kitchen with gas cooking, split system air conditioning, private backyard, rear decking and carport. Nestled in a quiet location yet close to so many amenities! NO OWNERS CORPORATION FEES!

For saLe: $265,000 to $285,000 oPen: Wed 5:00pm to 5:30pm

Frank Holohan Senior Consultant

9791 5922 mclennanrealestate.com.au

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858 10 999 Kevin Phan 0488 888 696

Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

Nidda Gov 0422 808 001

NOBLE PARK 7 Alliance Street NEW LISTING

Linda Pham 0488 888 616

Fully Modernised! Just Move In and Enjoy!

This brilliant corner block residence will resonate with young families and retirees with its wonderful sense of style and convenient proximity to Parkmore Shopping Centre. • Fully renovated interior & landscaped front yard • Brand new kitchen with meals area • 3 Bedrooms with BIR and freshly laid carpet • Ideal Position close to shops & public transport • includes gas heating and single garage

Jessica Scott 03 858 10 999 NOBLE PARK 147 Lightwood Road NEW LISTING

Wonderful Investment Opportunity With Exciting Potential

Situated on a 585sqm approx allotment, this home incorporates excellent accessibility and practicality to create an ideal environment for a convenient lifestyle. • The perfect opportunity to renovate & restore • Huge potential for subdivision (STCA) • Knock down & rebuild your Dream home! • Just moments from trains & buses • Easy access to Noble Park Shopping Hub

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$400,000 - $430,000 Thursday 6pm - 6.30pm Saturday 11.45am - 12.15pm Contact: Kevin Phan 0488 888 696

$330,000 - $360,000 Saturday 11am - 11.30am Photo ID Required Contact: Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

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Hall & Partners DANDENONG 95 Herbert Street FORTHCOMING AUCTION

DANDENONG 3/28 De Villiers Drive FORTHCOMING AUCTION Solidly built home with terracotta roof in Central Dandenong. 4 BRs, two showers & toilets, formal lounge- dining, large country sized kitchen with butlers pantry & sunroom. Other features include ducted heating, air-con. Set on a large allotment with established gardens and double garage. Walk to Plaza or local shops are opposite.

ONE TO PLEASE! You have to act fast to secure this beauty! Brand new kitchen, excellent trendy bathroom, new elegant low maintenance floor covering and modern deco! Secured private backyard, brick garage in a lovely environment of only 4 units with excellent parking space facilities and location so often sought but rarely available!

Auction: Forthcoming Auction Inspect: Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Contact: Gary Andrews 0400 250 075

For Sale: $290,000 - $315,000 Inspect: Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973 & Joanna Karow 0423 665 367

DANDENONG NORTH 111 Blaxland Drive

NEW LISTING

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 10 Barrier Reef Circuit WALK TO WAVERLEY GARDENS An exceptional opportunity has become available for any buyer wishing to purchase a very neat and convenient property. Some of the many great inclusions are an updated kitchen, with gas appliances and a dishwasher, modern tiling, a fully renovated bathroom with a spa bath, a separate lounge and a meals area. Other features include three bedrooms all with robes, a separate laundry, a fantastic, undercover outdoor entertaining area complete with gas mained cooktop and barbeque, a workshop, and a water tank.

CONTEMPARY LIVING AT IT’S BEST More than just excellent double level living. This is the Townhouse life in the heart of Endeavour Hills. This 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home set in a boutique group with a sun filled courtyard – JUST 4 YEARS OLD! Comprises: Master bedroom with full ensuite and walk in robe, family bathroom, open plan kitchen with adjoining meals area and a huge formal lounge, overlooking the lovely alfresco area with a stainless steel BBQ. Extras: Evaporative cooling, ducted heating, ducted vacuum, double garage with remote control.

For Sale: $380,000 Plus Inspect: Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Contact: Sam Galati 0420 221 317

For Sale: $450,000 Plus Buyers Inspect: Saturday 1.00-1.30pm Contact: Carina Cigna 0410 027 281

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 10 Dundee Court NEW LISTING

We put you irst

HALLAM 54 Bella Crescent CASH COW WITH OPTIONS! Brick veneer home with a bonus fully contained granny flat. Two potential rental incomes in excess of $550 per week. The main home consists of 3 bdrms, sep lounge room, gas appliances, A/C, walk through bathroom with sep toilet, gas heating and BIR’s to all bdrms. The granny flat has a separate entrance and comes with its own A/C & heating & comprises of one large bdrm with BIR, sep kitchen, laundry, bathroom & toilet. Also ideal as a teenage retreat, studio or parent accommodation. Close to E/Hills shopping centre, schools & transport.

NEW LISTING

For Sale: Contact Agent Inspect: Thursday 6:00 - 6:30pm & Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Contact: Leigh Hall 0401 408 580

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 2 Mildura Court NEW LISTING

PLEASANT & VERY AFFORDABLE 4 BR! Make a statement! Contemporary design with exceptional presentation. As new kitchen with SS appliances, elegant bamboo flooring. Professionally decorated throughout. Downstairs master brdm with large bathroom & patio access. Upstairs kids zone away from formal living & serviced by main bathroom. Extra car parking/access for boat or caravan. Brick garage & dbl carport. Endless storage space & workshop. Landscaping design by experts & executed by professionals. Close to Shopping Centre. Excellent views to Churchill Park. For Sale: Buyers Over $430,000 Inspect: Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973

Dandenong 254 Lonsdale Street Mulgrave Shop 19 Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Endeavour Hills Shop 62 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre 12 DANDENONG JOURNAL Monday, 16 December, 2013

9792 0265 9548 1200 9700 3000

BRILLIANT FAMILY FOCUS! This stunning & sensational family home is 8 years young! Perfectly private and quiet with a series of superb spaces including refined formal rooms that lead to light filled family spaces accompanied by a large contemporary European kitchen. 4 bedrooms featuring master bedroom with mirrored BIR & ensuite. The fully tiled family bathroom is complemented by gold plated taps, flexible rumpus room, new carpets throughout the living areas & bedrooms, freshly painted, ducted heating and evaporative cooling. Say yes!

For Sale: $500,000 - $550,000 Inspect: Thursday 6:30 - 7:00pm & Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Contact: Vitaliy Shtohrin 0468 370 941

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Hall & Partners EUMEMMERRING 14 Abrehart Street

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 78A Scotsburn Way JUST DO IT! This deceptively spacious 3 bedroom family home on land approx. 754m2 offers enormous potential. The possibilities are endless for you to renovate or subdivide for 2 or 3 townhouses (STCA). Brilliant location offers access within only 2 minutes to Monash Freeway, South Gippsland Highway and choice of either Hallam or Dandenong Train Station. Features include: two zone living comprising central kitchen, lounge/dining, 3 generous bedrooms, bathroom and 2 toilets, double garage. Be quick to ensure you don’t miss out on this one!

LIGHT FILLED, STYLISH & COMFORTABLE! Outstanding opportunity to secure this surprisingly spacious and comfortable appointed, 3 bedroom home. Group features – Master bedroom with FES, generous lounge room, family bathroom, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances & meals area/family room overlooking to the paved private courtyard. Close to school, transport, shopping centre & parkland. Extras – Ducted heating, evap cooling, alarm system, single garage with remote control and access to backyard. –No Body Corpit’s a house on a cottage block!!

For Sale: Buyers Over $350,000 Inspect: Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973 Joanna Karow 0423 665 367

For Sale: $340,000 plus buyers Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Carina Cigna 0410 027 281

HALLAM 19 Arcadia Court NEW LISTING

We put you irst

HALLAM 13 Kilberry Crescent POSITION, PRESENTATION, PRICE! On a prominent elevated block of approx. 786m2 in the most attractive location is this solid looking 3 bedroom family home with lots of extras! Split level formal living with fire place, ducted heating, polished timber floors, kitchen with dishwasher, master bedroom with full ensuite and 2 other bedrooms in separate kid’s zone. Huge free standing brick garage, shed, water tank and more. This is a package that does not come along very often so now is the time to act!

READY AND WAITING FOR YOU! Perfect for investors or irst home buyers. Walking distance to Hallam Secondary College, Hallam Primary School, parkland and public transport. Offering a number of Features including: 700sqm allotment - 3 Large Bedrooms - Formal Lounge - Renovated Kitchen - Stainless steel appliances - Renovated Bathrooms - New Carpets Electric Roller Shutter at front of property - Pergola - Entertainment area overlooking the large back yard. MUST SEE!

For Sale: Buyers over $400,000 Inspect: Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973

For Sale: $345,000 + buyers Inspect: Saturday 12.00-12.30pm Contact: Carina Cigna 0410 027 281

Chill... we’ve got your perfect home Call your local First National Office : Dandenong 9792 0265 Endeavour Hills 9700 3000 Waverley Gardens 9548 1200 Dandenong 254 Lonsdale Street Mulgrave Shop 19 Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre Endeavour Hills Shop 62 Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre DJ

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NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

Talk to us about Buying, Selling or Leasing this Summer.

Hall & Partners 9792 0265 9548 1200 9700 3000

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Christmas is soon approaching

31 JUNE STREET, GRANTVILLE

Let’s start the celebrations The shop keepers of Kingsclere shopping centre welcome you to join us

A BARGAIN PROJECT In a great location, only a short walk to the jetty, boat ramp and general store, with bay glimpses and set on a 558m2 (approx) block in a quiet Court. This home must be SOLD and need some TLC so bring your paint brush and get your foot in the door of the property market. There are 2 bedrooms, open plan living and kitchen area, enclosed sunroom and bathroom with double shower and separate w/c. Outside is a spacious garage and other shedding set on a well fenced yard. Suit $160,000 plus buyers. ADDRESS: 15 Arlington Court, Corinella AUCTION: Saturday 18th January at 2pm on site INSPECT: Saturdays 11 to 11:30am or by appointment AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023

McDonald R E A L

Grantville - 5678 8433 1505 Bass Highway Email: sales@alexscott.com.au

1112212-KC51-13

ADDRESS: 31 June Street, Grantville AUCTION: Saturday 25th January at 12 noon on site INSPECT: Saturdays at 12-12 :30pm or by appointment AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 1112227-KC51-13

Grantville - 5678 8433 1505 Bass Highway Email: sales@alexscott.com.au

PRIVATE HALF ACRE WITH CHARACTER FILLED HOME Urgent sale and set on approx 1950m2 or just under 1/2 acre, this character packed 3 bedroom home includes a sleep out that’s ideal for teenagers with powder room. The home has timber hostess kitchen, meals area, big lounge with wood heater and r/c s/s. Courtyard sitting area and private gardens. Mains and huge tank water setup. Solar booted power, Solar Hot Water Service and Gas back up. Huge Garage workshop and sheds and 2 carports. Extensive vegetable garden. Room for Caravans, boats, cars, kids and pets. Suit $290,000 plus buyers.

Celebrate the 2013 festive season Saturday 21st December, 2013

Kingsclere Shopping Centre – cnr Kingsclere Ave & Corrigan Rd, Keysborough Live entertainment from 10.00am - 2.00pm Lots of Give-a-ways & prizes • Childrens activities • Fun for all the family

We look forward to seeing you Shop 6, Kingsclere Shopping Centre, Cnr Kingsclere Ave & Corrigan Rd, Keysborough VIC 3173

9769 1888

Dedicated Quality Services & Experience

www.triple8realestate.com.au

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mcdonaldre.co

KEYSBOROUGH 10 SCOTIA CRESCENT REALISTIC SELLER! This wonderfully presented residence is superbly positioned on a lowmaintenance corner block, conveniently close to Parkmore Shopping Centre, local schools, Springers Leisure Centre, buses and train stations, EastLink, golf courses and Braeside Park with its tranquil walking paths around wetlands. Unique and comprising an attractive and inviting façade, this delightful home offers numerous bay windows and soaring, vaulted ceilings, impressive formal living and comfortable accommodation with the first floor devoted to the master suite with ensuite, and a well-appointed kitchen plus meals area. Don’t miss out on this charming and charismatic abode, inspect today! • Impressive residence with an appealing façade, set close to amenities • Formal living area with high ceilings and bay window • Timber style kitchen equipped with 900mm gas cooktop, rangehood, dishwasher and breakfast bar

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211 14 DANDENONG JOURNAL Monday, 16 December, 2013

A3

B2

C1

Auction: Thurs 19th December at 6:00PM Price: Contact Agent Inspect: Thursday 5:30-6:00PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5958802 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815

KEYSBOROUGH 11 TEESIDE WAY 40 SQS - 544M2 LAND SIZE! This deceptively spacious residence features a free-flowing layout, extensive formal and every-day, living and dining zones, a hostess kitchen with walk-in pantry and breakfast bar, four robed bedrooms plus study, ensuite, wellmaintained gardens, and the piece de resistance, a huge undercover, gas plumbed entertainers deck, complete with timber deck flooring and panelled walls, illuminated water features and gabled roofing. Superbly located surrounded by wetlands and play parks, elite schools including Haileybury College and Mentone Grammar, and close to Keysborough Golf Course, Parkmore Shopping Centre and EastLink. This home is truly superior and inspection is guaranteed to delight! • A vast open plan family and meals zone with split-system cooling, plus theatre room with wiring, screen and projector • Hostess kitchen boasting stainless-steel appliances, WIP, island bench, breakfast bar & plumbing for refrigerator

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

A4

B2

C2

Auction: Thurs 19th December 8:00 pm Price: $600,000+ Inspect: Thursday 7:30-8:00PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5961820 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815 Connecting people and communities DJ


McDonald R E A L

E S TAT E

mcdonaldre.co AUCTION THIS SUN

A3

KEYSBOROUGH 67 MARRIOTT DRIVE MODERN & ELEGANT Everything about this comforting, contemporary and solid family residence spells out home. Ready for you to move in and enjoy comfort all year round, this elegant brick veneer residence has room to entertain formally in the dining room or chill out with the kids in the casual lounge area. The chic modern kitchen is designed in neutral tones, with glamorous stone island bench, quality stainless-steel appliances and plentiful storage throughout. Outside discover a paved dining area, beautiful slate floors and surrounded by lush urban plantings and atmospheric lighting for the evening. The three bedrooms are all naturally bright with neighbourhood views, and feature practical built-in-robes. The master suite enjoys a gleaming private ensuite with quality fittings throughout. There are two further bathrooms, similarly modern and in a neutral colour scheme to service the rest of the home.

B2

C2

Auction: Sat 21/12 @ 2:30PM Price: $450,000+ Inspect: Wed 6-6.30PM Sat 2-2.30PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 4415293

Harry Li 0414 216 699

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

SPRINGVALE SOUTH 26 LUDWIG STREET FUSING MODERN ELEGANCE WITH CHARM! Eye pleasing and full of character, you’ll feel instant warmth as you walk into this dazzling residence. Providing a stunning lifestyle to the home owner, everything has been done that will leave you impressed. Greeted by secure fencing and manicured gardens, you’ve got to snatch at this rare opportunity, offering: • 3 fantastic sized bedrooms, 2 w/ BIR • Polished loorboards throughout • Amiable Lounge room perfect for guests • Renovated Kitchen & Meals area • Modern & Spacious Bathroom • Ducted Heating & Split System A/C for all year comfort • Re-wired and Re-plumbed

TIMELESS & CHARMING APPEAL Meticulously kept, this home is your chance to create some magic. It features a great sense of light & privacy and enjoys a superb lifestyle address. Expand on the well-laid foundations, comprising of Situated in the highly demanded area of Springvale South, enjoy the local parklands, schools and amenities (ALDI, Springvale Shopping, Public Transport). Our present owners have experienced decades of love and memories. Now looking to pass this wonderful legacy on. Get your foot in the door on this rare opportunity! • 3 spacious bedrooms • Warm and inviting lounge • Sizable kitchen and dining area • Heating & Evaporative cooling • Fully installed solar panel system • Double garage and additional car accommodation

Office: Springvale Ph: 03 95468211

A3

B1

C2

Auction: Sat 21/12 @ 11AM Price: $380,000+ Inspect: Wed 4-4:30PM Sat 10:30-11AM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 3811151

Ricky Nguyen 0420 956 239

B1

C1

Auction: Sun 22/12 @ 1 PM Price: $380,000+ Inspect: Wed 3-3:30PM Sat 1-1:30PM Sun 12:30-1PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5983387

Harry Li 0414 216 699

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

SPRINGVALE SOUTH 2 FOLKESTONE CRES

A3

SPRINGVALE 7 STEPHENSON STREET RESIDENTIAL ZONE 2 - 777M2 BLOCK!! A glorious proposition in the vibrant heart of Springvale, this potential filled allotment measuring 777m2 (approx) provides astounding possibilities to the savvy investor/builder. In the midst of it all in Springvale, close to train station, shops and local amenities, this exclusive parcel of real estate is sure to fulfil your desires. With a well built brick veneer home providing great residence or tenancy opportunities, you must cease this chance. Comprising: • 2 bedrooms all with BIR • 2 x Living Areas: Formal Lounge & Rumpus Room • Spacious Kitchen & Meals Area • Sunroom & Double Garage • Very well kept and presented throughout

A2

B1

C2

Price: $500,000+ Inspect: Sat 3-3:30PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5124191

Harry Li 0414 216 699

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

Aspendale Gardens / Chelsea / Keysborough / Mulgrave / Springvale 9587 6211 DJ

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9701 8611

9548 3011

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McDonald R E A L

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mcdonaldre.co

Seasons Greetings The Directors and team at McDonald Real Estate would like to thank you for your support in 2013, wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year!

CRANBOURNE WEST 8 SCARBOROUGH AVE A 3 VIEWS AND OPPORTUNITIES A fantastic opportunity for any home buyer or investor to buy an impressive double storey 3 bedroom brick veneer home with terrific views. This versatile open plan living/dining spaces recently renovated throughout with fresh paint, new carpet, lights, new blinds and new split air conditioning system. Kitchen with quality new stainless steel fittings, and new dishwasher. Features a master bedroom with full en-suite bathroom and walk in robes. Double carport and low maintenance garden. The builders design allows for easy extension to create an additional bedroom and or rumpus room.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

KEYSBOROUGH 29 BURNHAM CRESCENT TAKE THE HASSLE OUT OF BUILDING: DON’T! Set in a beautifully green environment amidst mature trees and the bountiful open spaces of the Somerfield Estate; this very modern and stylish 3 bedroom single-storey family home is just 1.5 years old. Craftsman built with quality finishes; it features a master bedroom suite with private bathroom, 2 further generously-proportioned bedrooms all with fitted robes, several light-filled living areas for both formal and casual family life and entertaining. An impressive kitchen boasts stone benches plus a 900mm gas cook top, glass splash back and range hood. The open plan dining and second living area lead out to an alfresco entertaining flanked by lovely, low maintenance gardens. Other features of this desirable residence comprise a fully ducted central heating system, split system air conditioners, premium tiling and carpeting throughout, a remote controlled single garage, 2 toilets, and much more.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

B2

C2

Price: $350,000+ Inspect: Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 687833

Raj Babji 0417 851 318

A3

INVESTOR’S EL DORADO! If you have your own SMSF or are just a very smart investor; this is a 24 carat opportunity. Just like the ancient Colombian King; you will “cover yourself in gold” if you secure this superb block of 6 units, all individual titled. Set fortuitously on a corner location, the block comprises 3 x two bedroom units, and 3 x one bedroom units. Extremely well constructed, some units have already been renovated. The block is located within easy walking distance to all Noble Park amenities and there is a bus stop at the front door. All units are currently let to quality tenants.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

B2

C1

Auction: Saturday 18th January 1:00pm Price: $520,000+ Inspect: Thursday 5:00 - 5:30pm Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 692736 Le Hoa Wysham 0418 566 133 Anthony Mondous 0417 508 189

A2+1

NOBLE PARK 1-6/ 1030 HEATHERTON ROAD

KEYSBOROUGH 150 LAKEVIEW BLVD AVANT GARDE DESIGN MEETS UTTER INDULGENCE A blend of porcelain tiling and deep pile carpeting greets you at ground level and transports you to an array of reception and living rooms which include a purpose-built media and cinema room plus a sensational family zone adjacent to the most indulgent of kitchens. The family kitchen includes an integrated and cleverly camouflaged fridge/freezer. There are 3 entire kitchens as the vast pantry houses a full cooking range, loads of storage and sinks. The alfresco similarly offers fully plumbed sink, gas hob, stone preparation benches as well as a stainless steel BBQ. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms, a fitted home office and a rumpus room. Each bedroom has its very walk- through robes and its own designer bathroom and the master is pure luxury unparalleled in this estate. Full, integrated air conditioning throughout plus all the expected extras such as ducted vacuum, video security, a large laundry, hi-tech lighting and switching, ample outdoor living areas including hardwood decking and scope for a pool if desired.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

B1

Auction: Sat 18th January 11:00am Price: POA Inspect: Thursday 4:00 - 4:30pm Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 691318 Le Hoa Wysham 0418 566 133 Raj Babji 0417 851 318

A5

B 4.5

C 2.5

Price: POA Inspect: Wednesday 4:00 - 4:30pm Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 691311

Le Hoa Wysham 0418 566 133 Anthony Mondous 0417 508 189

Aspendale Gardens / Chelsea / Keysborough / Mulgrave / Springvale 9587 6211

9707 8800

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1112265-KC50-13

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Residential Salesperson opportunity – Springvale Area! • Raine & Horne – a well known and respected brand • Experienced in real estate or have strong sales success in another industry? • Small, friendly team with amazing opportunity for a successful career. This is your opportunity to work for a premier brand. Raine & Horne Springvale are a growing oice that is part of a large international network of over 360 oices. Being part of a successful network is crucial to ensuring you have the right structure and support for a successful sales career. We are ideally looking for an experienced residential Salesperson but will consider someone with a proven track record in sales from another industry. If you enjoy sales, have the ability to list and sell, possess self determination, drive and motivation to excel in this competitive industry then we want to hear from you! We are looking for an individual with excellent communication skills with, professional presentation and a willingness to work hard and be dedicated to making a successful and long term career in real estate sales. Full training and support is ofered in-house and from Raine & Horne Corporate. You will have up-to-date systems, efective tools and marketing materials to assist in your successful career growth.

41 Hanleth Avenue, Springvale

158 Chandler Road, Noble Park

6A 2B 2C

3A 1B 2C

Situated in Springvale Central is this well presented red brick home 3 big bed rooms all have BIRs plus 2 bedrooms bungalow at rear with self shower and toilet; Central ducted heating plus 4 air conditioners; Large, rectangular block of land measured approx 730m2 (17x43) would suite a multi units development (S.T.C.A)

Beautifully presented BV house offers a spacious and comfortable living to all kind of buyers: freshly polished floorboard, repainted walls; brand new bathroom with extra toilet; A/C and new central ducted heating; rumpus room, double lock up carport.

Selling

Selling

Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918

Agent Kennedy Do 0419 003 969

You must have a current Agents representative Licence, a driver’s licence and reliable car. If you are a salesperson looking for an exciting opportunity with an Australian Superbrand, then please call Michael Baliviera on 0400 356 955 or email your CV to Michael.baliviera@rh.com.au. All applications will be kept in the strictest of conidence.

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124 Power Road, Doveton

4/1A View Road, Springvale

33 Woomera Avenue, Keysborough

2 Valerie Street, Noble Park

4A 1B

1A 1B 1C

3A 1B 2C

3A 1B 2C

Set on elevated block of 600 m2 approx, this concrete wall house offers a top value to first home buyers, investors or developers. Schools, bus stop, Doveton swimming pool, Park are walking distance and only approximately 3 minutes drive to Dandenong Plaza.

This recently renovated unit located in a great location, bus stop, Springvale train station and Springvale s/c are at door step. This beautiful unit offers 1 bedroom with BIR, FES and a door access to rear common court yard. Brand new carpet and freshly painted. Bright separate lounge room leads to a new kitchen with stone bench top and meals area, plus a under roof carport.

Situated in a brilliant pocket of Keysborough, this large family home features 3 brs with BIRs; kitchen with gas stove, dishwasher, living areas; large separate lounge room; A/Cs, ducted heating, cooling system; wall gas heaters; great outdoor including under covered veranda, double carport

Why pay top dollars for the renovated one while money can be saved here, yet it has full of potential. This red BV house set on corner block is an ideal to redevelop of 2 dwellings (STCA). Just bring your tools, put your idea in and transform it! Consists of 3 good size brs, lounge room, A/C, gas heater, verandah, hard wood timber floor, double garage.

For Sale

View By Appointment

For Sale

Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918 Kennedy Do 0419 003 969

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For Sale Price $309,000 View Sat: 1.30-2.00pm Agent George Urosevic 0400 673 566

For Sale Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918 George Urosevic 0400 673 566

Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918

Raine&Horne Springvale 9548 4011 I rh.com.au/springvale 236 Springvale Road, Springvale 3171

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The team at Raine & Horne Springvale wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful Happy New Year!! Thank you for giving us the opportunity to work with you and your continuing support in 2014.

Raine & Horne Springvale 03 9548 4011 Raine&Horne Springvale

Springvale 9548Raine&Horne 4011 I rh.com.au/springvale 4011 | Road, rh.com.au/springvale 2369548 Springvale Springvale 3171 236 Springvale Road, Springvale 3171

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Oakleigh South 1206 North Road

4A

FIRST IMPRESSIONS LAST This home will be sure to captivate and make that first impression last. Featuring; 4 beds, 2 baths, updated kitchen, polished floors, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, high ceilings and accommodation for two cars. A great home in a great location!

2B

3C

2A

Auction

A NEAT INVESTMENT

For Sale

Sat 21st Dec @ 12:00pm

Tucked away, yet on the edge of all amenities, this property is ideal for the first home buyer or astute investors looking for a great home with a fantastic rental income. Featuring; 2 beds, 1 bath, electric cooking, single carport and large backyard.

$270,000 PLUS

View Sat & Wed @ 1:30- 2pm Jaymee Le 0416 336 902 jaymee.le@raywhite.com raywhite.com | 9547 0000

Ray White Noble Park/Springvale

2A

READY TO MOVE IN, OR INVEST! Simply move in and enjoy this beautiful 2 bedroom brick veneer home. This delightful unit is completely secure and offers low maintenance living. Located close to shops, schools, parks, Yarraman train station and freeways. This is a must for your next open for inspection list.

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1C

View Saturday @ 3 - 3:30pm Jaymee Le 0416 336 902 jaymee.le@raywhite.com raywhite.com | 9547 0000

Ray White Noble Park/Springvale

Noble Park 2/32 Blamey Street

Ray White Noble Park/Springvale

1B

Noble Park 1/32 Blamey Street

1B

1C

1B

Noble Park 9/45 Leonard Avenue

1A

For Sale

GREAT STARTER

Auction

$290,00 PLUS

Perfect place to start your future investment!!! Located in unbeatable location within minutes to train station, schools parks and shops and the demand for a rental in this position is huge. The property features spacious lounge room with gas heating, large kitchen with meals area, spacious bedroom with built in robes, bathroom, and laundry!

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A Very Rare Find

A3 B1 C2

In the Melington Estate, is this fabulous 3 BR family home. Walking distance to Marriott Waters shops, Lynbrook train station & easy access to the freeway, this property has so much to offer. 3 BRs, master with ensuite & WIR, open plan kitchen with plenty of bench space, 2 generous sized living areas & the added bonus of a theatre room. Other features include ducted heating & split system air conditioning. The outside opens up to a great size backyard with side access & a double garage.

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This neat & tidy 3 BR 2 living areas home is perfect for the starter or retiree eager to have the Berwick Springs lifestyle. You will be impressed by the kitchen with ample cupboards & island bench overlooking your tiled meals, living area with loating loors & the paved courtyard & pergola outside. Private & established gardens providing tranquility. Walking distance to popular parks & walking paths around Berwick Springs lake. Features include: Split system cooling, bathroom has large spa bath, remote controlled double roller door.

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Monday 23rd December at 6pm (if not sold prior) Inspect

Saturday 11:00am

Agent

Ashleigh Foudy 0452 513 353

1/24 Craig Road Junction Village

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Saturday 12:00noon

Agent

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29 Louise Baille Ave Narre Warren Sth

Picturesque Outside, Stunning Inside

A3 B1 C2

A Spectacular Secluded Retreat

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Wanting a quieter lifestyle with a modern twist? This 3 BR home will most deinitely deliver on both fronts! Entering to ind fresh colours, the living room has a feature ireplace & polished timber loors that low through to the kitchen & dining area. Stunning kitchen- masses of storage, it also provides you with bags of quality with caesar stone benches & down lighting. The bathroom makes you feel like youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in the city with a beautiful double vanity. Outside sits a big double garage & secure back yard, perfect for children & pets.

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Situated in the Berwick Springs Estate with peaceful & tranquil surrounds of the beautiful gardens, & overlooking the lake, is your dream home you have been waiting for. You will ind 4 great sized BRs, master with ENS & his & hers WIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, massive formal lounge, kitchen with ample bench space overlooking a meals & another living area. List of features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans, roller shutters, & an alarm system. Outside you have a massive undercover entertaining area, fully fenced yard & side access for the caravan or trailer.

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Saturday 12:40pm

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Andy Reid 0451 085 998

Shop 2 & 3, 207 South Gippsland Highway Cranbourne

9704 9899

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Endeavour Hills 77 Georgette Crescent Value Packed Family Living! • Sitting on 660m2 this lovely corner block • Updated with a brand new kitchen, consisting of caeser stone bench tops, European stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and 2 PAC cupboards. • Walking distance to multiple parklands, walking tracks, multiple schools, shops, bus stops and a Exculsive $500,000+ View Saturday 11:40AM - 12:00PM Contact Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542 LJ Hooker Endeavour Hills 9708 0555 57b Heatherton Road

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Doveton 5 Bamboo Court HOT PROPERTY! • Sitting on huge 677m2 block in Doveton’s finest location! • Walking distance to Dandenong Central, multiple schools, sporting facilities, public transport and shops Twilight Auction Wednesday 18th of December 7:00PM View Wednesday 6:30PM - 7:00PM Contact Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542 LJ Hooker Dandenong 9793 4833 20 Langhorne St

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BUY THE WHOLE BLOCK! • Complex consists of 4 X 2 bedroom units that are all on separate titles. • Lovely and well maintained units have gas cooking, heating, large private courtyards and are tenanted • Fantastic quiet court location, short walk to Lyndale Primary and Lyndale high School • Fantastic opportunity for the astute investor/developer

Exculsive P.O.A View Saturday 11:00AM - 11:20AM Contact Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542

LJ Hooker Dandenong 9793 4833 20 Langhorne St

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Approx. 27 squares

This young and modern home has all the luxuries you will want. The home consists of 4 large bedroom, a formal lounge, hostess kitchen with island bench, family meals area, alfresco, remote double garage and lots more. The home is close to all amenities and will impress all buyers.

An large family home of approx. 27 squares at a fantastic price. The home offers 4 bedroom, an ensuite to the master, a formal lounge, large kitchen with separate family and meals area, an alfresco, remote double garage ducted heating and lots more, inspect now to make you families dreams come true.

For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 4.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

For Sale $395,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 3.00 - 4.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

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LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Buy this brand new home with all the extras included, what an awesome package. The home consists 4 bedrooms, a formal lounge and family meals area, double garage, landscaped gardens and lots more, close to all amenities as well.

For Sale $370,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 3.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

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LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Family 4 bedder

This 3 bedroom home is priced to sell and offers all the luxuries you could imagine, the home consists of 2 living areas, a hostess kitchen, double garage with internal access, ducted heated, ensuite, alfresco and walking distance to schools, shops and parks. Photo for illustration purposes only.

This bright 4-Bedroom home that has 3 distinct living areas, that is made up of a large lounge room, family room and alfresco, which provides living galore for families or an outstanding home for the astute investor. The endless features included are double remote garage, internal access and ducted heating.

For Sale $330,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 2.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

For Sale $370,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

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LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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No body corporate

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A great place to start a family is with this 3 bedroom family home, located minutes to all amenities, such as schools, shops and public transport. The home has a hostess kitchen, family meals area, ducted heating, remote garage, landscaped gardens and lots more, inspect now. Photo for illustration purposes only.

This open and bright 3-Bedroom home has a family room and a single garage. The meals area is adjacent to the kitchen that is well equipped with lots of cupboard space. Photo for illustration purposes only.

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For Sale $290,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 2.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

For Sale $290,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 12.00 - 1.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344

LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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The City of Greater Dandenong and the Journal congratulate the festive window display finalists... Rovena Ameti, Hanna Lipiszko and Marzena Mosiadz with Polish Rye Crust Bakery’s winning window display. The eatery is at 101-103 Foster Street, Dandenong.

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Dina Hujdur from Menzline, Shop 303, Dandenong Plaza.

Freda Marshall with her festive shopping trolley display at Knit ‘n’ Purl, 3/249 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong.

Susan and Orville D’Sa at Christies Café, 11 Buckley Street, Noble Park.

Window to bakery world POLISH Rye Crust Bakery’s menu brings a part of Poland to Dandenong each day.

Christies Café will receive a framed certificate, and visual merchandiser John Elliott will visit Polish Rye Crust Bakery post-Christmas to make over its window.

looks like timber is made of bread, it’s all edible.

Now its efforts to share a European Christmas with its customers has earned it top prize in the Festive Window Display competition.

Owners Hanna and Andrew Lipiszko created a winter wonderland using fake snow, lights and hand-baked decorations.

“We tried to make decorations using our own skills, not just decorations widely available everywhere.”

The City of Greater Dandenong’s Economic Development Unit ran the contest across the municipality over the past month.

“All the Christmas trees and snowmen are made out of gingerbread and meringue,” Andrew said.

By CASEY NEILL

Finalists Menzline, Knit ’n’ Purl and

“We’ve also got a nativity scene made out of bread. The roof that

“After Christmas the kids can actually get into it.

Andrew said the display was a night-time scene, with a black backdrop and glittering stars. “It looks awesome in the early hours of the morning before the sun comes up,” he said.

“We didn’t want to just put up a Christmas tree. We wanted to make it exciting.” There is a Christmas tree inside the shop, though, and plenty of tinsel, bells and Christmas carols. “Next to all the decorations we have a singing Santa,” Andrew said. “When people walk past he starts to sing. Sometimes we have to turn it off during the day! “We always get into the Christmas spirit.”

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Festival is set to show way DANDENONG Market will host the area’s first Children’s Sustainability Festival next March. The Greater Dandenong event is touted as a fun day where the community and council staff will embrace and celebrate environmental sustainability together. It’s designed to build on existing council activities and programs to improve community understanding of environmental sustainability, and show them what they can do to reduce their environmental footprint. On Sunday 30 March there’ll be fun activities, displays, demonstrations and programs engaging, entertaining, educating, plus experts and roving performers. Councillor Matthew Kirwan pushed for the event and said it was exciting to see it come to fruition. “It’s a family event for residents who want to reduce their impact on the environment and reduce their energy bills to learn how to do it not by having to go to an inner city event but having an opportunity in their own backyard,” he said.

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Drunk arsonists POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a deliberately-lit grass fire in Keysborough. A cyclist was riding east on the bicycle path on the north side of the Dandenong Bypass, about 300 metres east of Perry Road, about 10.20am on 7 December.

He told police he saw smoke in the distance and two men “staggering” east along the path - both described as Caucasian, aged in their twenties and apparently intoxicated, one with a thin build and the other a large build.

The witness then came across a small scrub fire and called Triple-zero. Police and CFA crews attended and extinguished the blaze, restricting its size to about one square metre. Greater Dandenong CIU Acting Detective Sergeant

Luke Kirton said the incident was an important reminder for people to vigilant during summer and immediately report fires. He urged anyone with information on this blaze to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. A family festival at the market.

Twilight Christmas

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Students are polished performers DANDENONG High School students polished up their employment skills recently. Year 10s, spread across five one-day workshops at the Comfort Inn in Dandenong, learnt about issues relating to the world of

work through the Beacon Foundation’s Polish program. Representatives from the not-for-profit provided information about work ethic, deportment, grooming, employers’ expecta-

tions, interviews, manners and etiquette. The students also took part in a sit-down lunch with people from local businesses, to test out their new communication and dining skills and make

valuable contacts. They walked away with better communication skills, increased confidence and self-respect and a better understanding of employers’ expectations.

THE Christmas Farmers’ Market will again feature a family festival at the Old Cheese Factory in Berwick. The whole family can enjoy the wonderful park surroundings as the venue prepares for and celebrates the festive season. The Rotary Club of Berwick and Father Christmas will welcome parents and their children to the twilight market. Organisers say they want to reward their customers who have made the market a greater success this year. Customers will enjoy two gifts - the outstanding quality of farmers’ products and a range of treats for their children. The children’s activities will include face painting, a jumping castle, playground fun, bubble generators, lollies, balloons and other goodies. Customers can enjoy a coffee or brunch while the youngsters safely burn energy in the jumping castle. There are more than 50 stallholders who will offer fresh farm products. The vegetable selection ranges across the alphabet - from asparagus and beans, through to zucchini. There will be delicious seasonal fruits - from apples and cherries to raspberries and strawberries. Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers Twilight Market is at The Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick, on Monday 23 December from 4pm to 8pm. Parking is free. Inquiries to Joe Collins at jco33418@bigpond.net.au.

This offer is not to be missed and will end 5pm December 31 2013.

Only vehicles purchased between the 14th and 31st December can receive this offer.

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Road and Rail Additional public transport services for summer events â&#x20AC;˘ Additional NightRider buses in the weeks leading up to Christmas

improvements

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During summer, the quietest time on our transport network, essential works will be happening on CityLink, the West Gate Bridge, and suburban and regional rail lines. Summer is also the best time for road maintenance and repair crews will be out across the state, on regional and metropolitan roads, repairing and resealing the Victorian road network. These major improvements are necessary to provide better public transport and better roads for all Victorians. There will be some delays but the works will help create a modern, safe and connected transport network.

Closures and reduced services Road Construction crews will be working over the summer months repairing and upgrading roads across Victoria. Motorists are advised to pay attention to advisory signs and obey reduced speed limits while these works are underway. December t %PNBJO5VOOFMXJMMCFDMPTFEUPXFTUCPVOEUSBGmDPOUIF..POBTI'SFFXBZ  GSPNQN%FDFNCFSEBZBOEOJHIUVOUJMBN%FDFNCFS t 8FTU(BUF#SJEHFXJMMCFDMPTFEUPDJUZCPVOEUSBGmDQNBNPOUIFOJHIUT  PG%FDFNCFS January t #VSOMFZ5VOOFMXJMMCFDMPTFEUPFBTUCPVOEUSBGmDPOUIF8FTU(BUF'SFFXBZ  GSPNQN+BOVBSZEBZBOEOJHIUVOUJMBN+BOVBSZ t 8FTU(BUF#SJEHFXJMMCFDMPTFEUPPVUCPVOEUSBGmDQNBNPOUIFOJHIUTPG+BOVBSZ Please note: the West Gate Bridge works are dependent on the weather, and will be rescheduled to the next available night in the event of rain. Rail December and January t 4VOCVSZMJOF %FDFNCFS+BOVBSZBDPNCJOBUJPOPGTIVUUMFUSBJOTFSWJDFTBOESFQMBDFNFOU buses will operate. t #BMMBSBU#FOEJHPMJOFT %FDFNCFS+BOVBSZDPBDIFTSFQMBDJOHBMMTFSWJDFT t 4IFQQBSUPOBOE4FZNPVSMJOFT %FDFNCFS+BOVBSZBNJYUVSFPGDPBDIFTBOEUSBJOT will operate. t "MCVSZMJOF %FDFNCFS+BOVBSZBNJYUVSFPGDPBDIFTBOEUSBJOTXJMMPQFSBUF t #FMHSBWF-JMZEBMFMJOFT +BOVBSZCVTFTSFQMBDJOHUSBJOTCFUXFFO3JOHXPPE and Blackburn. t .PTU7-JOFBOE.FUSPMJOFT %FDFNCFS+BOVBSZSFEVDFEPSBMUFSFEUJNFUBCMFT Please plan ahead and check your timetable. 7JTJUXXXNPWJOHWJDUPSJBWJDHPWBVUPmOEPVUNPSFBCPVUIPXCFTUUPUSBWFMXIJMF improvements are being made to the transport network this summer. Moving Victoria. Better public transport. Better roads.

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BUSINESS PROFILE

Retire in saffron style in the grove very community minded and when the Hallam Hawks Football Club was approached with an offer of sponsorship, it was accepted with appreciation. When Phil Glascott joined Saffron Grove as sales manager and co-ordinated advertising in local newspapers, the profile of the retirement village was lifted. Jacqueline and Phil prefer to use local businesses and trades for any service re-

SAFFRON Grove welcomes visitors on its tours. Saffron Grove is a boutique-style retirement village located at 8 Saffron Drive, Hallam. Jacqueline Laaksonen commenced as village manager in October 2012 and immediately began to network with local businesses. Saffron Grove residents and staff are

quirements and events at Saffron Grove. Saffron Grove Retirement Village offers beautifully appointed two and threebedroom units. Phil may be contacted on 1300 669 523 for a tour of the village and to view the display units. Saffron Grove is having Christmas and new year sales of its new two bedroom units - $5000 discount for reservations from December 2013 until January 2014.

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Care for community

HALLAM FAMILY PRACTICE & OPTOMETRY

HALLAM Family Practice has been an integral part of the local community for more than 20 years during which time doctors and staff have been caring for local residents from newborns to the elderly and from all walks of life. The practice offers a sevenday-a-week extended hours medical service that is bulk billed to anyone who holds a current Medicare card. Hallam Family Practice is truly a onestop facility with multiple services available under one roof and most patients can be seen on the same day. Clinical staff can manage fractures, suturing, minor procedures and immunisation. There is onsite pharmacy, pathology, X-ray, optometrist, diabetic educator, physiotherapists, psychologists, dietitians, podiatrists and much more. Owner Dr Toai Phan said: “We pride ourselves on being

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Dr Anna Currant, Dr Evelyn Reich and Dr Shirani Gunawardana. up to date and maintaining a high standard of medical care. “We work in a team with a strong balance of both male and female doctors and always try to fit patients who need urgent medical attention in on the same day.” Both medical and support staff have been at the practice

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for many years which shows dedication and loyalty. Dr Phan said: “The staff are caring and family focused and we strive to maintain the highest professional standard of medical practice. “We continue to bulk bill after 24 years because we believe that all patients should have access to this level of medical care irrespective of income levels.” The practice is also a centre for teaching GP registrars and medical students. Hallam Family Practice welcomes back Dr Nisha James from leave. Dr Ankur Bansal is now available on Fridays providing skin cancer checks at Hallam Family Practice. These checks are bulk-billed for those who hold a current Medicare card. Phone 9703 1322 to arrange an appointment with any of the doctors or allied health providers.

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Holden impact minimal By CASEY NEILL HOLDEN’S impeding closure is a terrible decision for Australia, but the impact on Greater Dandenong will be minimal. This was the word from South East Melbourne Manufacturers Alliance (SEMMA) executive officer Adrian Boden last week, following the announcement from General Motors (GM) that it would discontinue Holden vehicle and engine manufacturing in Australia by the end of 2017. “The impact on us in the south-east is relatively low compared with other areas,” Mr Boden said. “We’ve been moving companies to

move away from it. A lot of them already have.” He said many automotive industryreliant manufacturers in Greater Dandenong had made moves away from the sector following Ford’s announcement in May that it would stop manufacturing in Australia from 2016. “Certainly we’ve been giving them the message ‘you have to add to the capabilities in your marketplace’,” he said. Mr Boden said some had 20 to 25 per cent of their business tied up in automotive manufacturing, but had three years to adapt. “No one was going to trust that the

industry would be safe after the Ford announcement, plus changes in government,” he said. “For our region, the message is not doom and gloom. “It’s a blow for Australia, but much more it’s a blow for our technology capabilities going forward.” In May, Mr Boden said Ford’s closure could actually provide growth opportunities for manufacturers in the south-east. Ford said the closures would leave 1200 people without jobs, and Mr Boden said SEMMA members could work with Ford to take on some of the skilled employees.

“They train their people well. They’ve got good quality skills,” he said. “We’ve got members who are growing.” But he said reasons for the automotive closures needed to be addressed. “Trade agreements that we have need to be look at and reassessed,” he said. “Inherent barriers in our ability to export to Thailand, Japan... there needs to be a review of how balanced those agreements are. “It’s our natural market in terms of distance.” GM chairman and CEO Dan Aker-

Brokers to make work link DANDENONG is now home to a pilot program to help disadvantaged people gain and keep employment. South Eastern Metropolitan Region MP Inga Peulich said the two-year Work and Learning Broker initiative would investigate and develop strategies to link disadvantaged people - in particular, public housing tenants - to local education, training and employment. “Unemployment has a significant impact on a person’s economic wellbeing, now and into the future,” she said.

“It also affects their social participation, often depriving them of a sense of belonging to the wider community.” Housing Minister Wendy Lovell said the rate of unemployment for people living in social housing was about three times greater than people in the private market. “That’s why we are targeting this area in partnership with Mission Australia,” Ms Lovell said. “Work and Learning brokers will support 50 people into jobs in Dandenong by working in-

tensively with local people and employers.” Ms Lovell said job support services often ceased once a client had been placed in a job, but the Work and Learning brokers would offer post-employment support to help people retain employment. “They bridge the gaps between education, training and employment and continue to work with their client to tackle any issues that may arise,” she said.

son said the decision to end manufacturing in Australia reflected the perfect storm of negative influences the country’s automotive industry faced. “Including the sustained strength of the Australian dollar, high cost of production, small domestic market and arguably the most competitive and fragmented auto market in the world,” he said. “As a result of the company’s actions, approximately 2900 positions will be impacted over the next four years.” A national sales company, a national parts distribution centre and a global design studio will remain in Australian post-2017.

Good work for golf day GOLFERS raised $4000 for Dandenong Hospital’s children’s ward at the seventh annual Good Guys Dandenong charity golf day. More than 100 golfers took to the Cranbourne Golf Club course on 26 November to raise money for an oxygen humidifier for the special care nursery. The device provides stable moisture content for maximum comfort while patients are receiving oxygen. Anita Cato with baby Johal and the new The Good Guys Dandenong has raised equipment made possible by the Good Guys more than $55,000 for Dandenong Hospital Dandenong’s golf day. 110537 Picture: DONNA OATES since it started its support in July 2007.

Greater Dandenong carols by

66th candlelight Friday December 20th from 7.30pm

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Collection for heartfelt cause A SPRINGVALE worker has spearheaded a Christmas collection for a cause that is close to her heart. Windermere ambassador and former Richmond footballer Matthew Richardson was on hand to collect gifts from Harvey Norman Springvale last week for Windermere’s Merry Mission appeal. Store employee Rhiannon grew up with domestic violence. She and her family turned to Windermere many years ago,

on the brink of homelessness. Rhiannon became a young mum, but with support has turned her life around. “I know what it’s like to go without and I promised myself that my children wouldn’t, no kids should,” she said. So she turned to boss Darren Harrison. “Thousands of people struggle at Christmas time. Sometimes it’s the people you least expect,” he said. Within 48 hours Rhiannon

was inundated with gifts from colleagues, suppliers and stores within the Springvale Homemaker Centre. Merry Mission will help ease the stress for many local families and children by providing a quality Christmas gift for each Windermere child client and food and personal care hampers for family clients. Call Windermere on 9705 3200 or email info@windermere.org.au for more information about the Merry Mission appeal.

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Free Christmas entertainment TUBBY the Christmas Robot, Santa, the Balloon Elf, the Great Christmas Gizmo, the Circus Elf, Jingle Bell Jivers and Giant Stilt Elves will spread cheer in Greater Dandenong. They’ll head to the corner of Lonsdale Street and Langhorne Place in Dandenong, the Douglas Street precinct in Noble Park, and Multicultural Place in central Springvale. ■ 20 - 24 December. Visit www.greaterdandenong.com for times.

Christmas cheer CAROLS by Candlelight will bring music and joy to Dandenong Park again this Christmas. The Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce event features traditional and contemporary carols. Bring a rug, candle and picnic. ■ Friday 20 December, 7.30pm. Dandenong Park, Pultney Street, Dandenong. Free entry.

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Nativity scene display THE St Elizabeth’s Parish annual Christmas nativity scene is growing bigger and better each year. ■ St Elizabeth’s Parish, 107 Bakers Road, Dandenong North. 10 December to 12 January, all mass times or by appointment. Call Cheryl Hayes on 9795 6217 or Wilson Fernandez on 0428 927 110.

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CAMBODIAN entertainers will be brought to Springvale South for a three-day festival. The Universal New Year Festival started about seven years ago to complement the actual Cambodian New Year Festival held every April. Its aim is to engage Cambodian Australians in festivities at a typically Aussie celebratory time of year, and to fundraise. ■ 27, 28 and 29 December. Cambodian Buddhist Association of Victoria, 159 Clarke Road, Springvale South. Call 9546 2432 for more information.

Summer holiday fun AN action-packed school holiday program for 11 to 25-year-olds is on its way to Springvale, Noble Park and Dandenong. Cooking classes, art workshops, sports activities and more will culminate in the Australia Day Festival in the Park. All activities and events are fully supervised and strictly drugs, alcohol and smoke-free. ■ 6 to 26 January. Book at the YStop office, 39a Clow Street, Dandenong, a council customer service centre or on 9793 2155. Want your event listed? Email journal@ starnewsgroup.com.au for a chance to be included.

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DISNEY LIVE! PRESENTS MICKEY’S MAGIC SHOW – Your chance to see it on us! Disney Live! presents Mickey’s Magic Show is coming to Melbourne from 9-11 January! In a captivating combination, Master Magician Mickey Mouse and the always-dazzling Minnie Mouse join forces with international illusionist Zach Williams for a magical production on stage. Disney Live! presents Mickey’s Magic Show features grand illusions and your favourite Disney characters, including Donald Duck and Goofy; Cinderella and her Fairy Godmother; Alice in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter; and beloved Disney princesses Jasmine, Belle and Snow White. Adults and children alike will delight in this stunning spectacle that will keep them in awe from the opening act to curtain call. Star News Group is offering one family a special meet and greet experience – PLUS a Family Pass (4 tickets) and a merchandise bag! Four runners up will receive a Family Pass (4 tickets) and a merchandise bag! To enter simply email your name, address and contact number to wintickets@ starnewsgroup.com.au by 12 noon Friday 3 January 2014. All entrants will go in the draw and winners will be notified by email. For more information, go to www.disneylive.com.au, visit Facebook at Disney Live Australia! or on Twitter @Disney Live! *For conditions see starcommunity.com.au/competitions

Sensory-friendly Santa A SENSITIVE Santa is giving children with autism spectrum disorders to sit on his knee at Dandenong Plaza. The Santa area will be ‘sensory friendly’, with centre music turned down, staff instructed to avoid loud, distracting movements, and the centre closed to shoppers. ■ Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until 21 December, 8am to 9am. Bookings are essential via the Dandenong Plaza Customer Service Desk on 9767 2000. The Santa set is on Level 3 outside Michael Hill. Families are encouraged to use the Clow Street multideck car park.

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DRUM audiences can this month take a sneak peak at a unique dance performance hitting the stage in full next March. Australia’s leading Afro-contemporary performance company Asanti Dance will combine contemporary dance, African dance, music and acrobatics in their new work called Mumo. ■ Friday 20 December, 7.30pm. Drum Theatre, corner Walker and Lonsdale streets, Dandenong. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 concession and $17.50 for Drum members from 8571 1666 or www. drumtheatre.com.au.

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SLIDE-ON CAMPER, Millard, just pull up, hop in and start camping. Ideal for quick weekends or family holidays, allows towing, suits most one tonne utilities, detachable under storage box for lower cabins, sleeps 2 adults, 2 children, 4 seat booth dining, pantry, closet, cupboards, shelves, drawers, friendly kitchen with 3-way fridge, gas cooking, ample sink and bench space, tank and mains water, 12 /240V lighting and power, house battery, vented skylight, thermo insulated, new mattress, annexe attachments, mount in 15 minutes, VGC. $11,111neg. 5940 1165.

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MOTOR VEHICLES FORD, Fairmont, AU, 1999, sedan, 6 cylinder auto, white, tow bar, service history, GC throughout, drives well, QOK-561. $2,500ono. 0407 599 616. FORD, sedan 1994, reliable, green, reg 08/14, VGC. FXH-881. $3,000. Call 0404 152 584.

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Rangers extinguish big Flames By JARROD POTTER DANDENONG got the job done for one of their favourites on Saturday - overcoming a resilient Sydney Uni Flames to smash out a 100-85 win. Making sure the lasting memories would be positive for Jenna O’Hea in her milestone 200th WNBL match, the Rangers had to fight back from deficit to snuff out the Flames. Lighting it up for the ABC cameras, Dandenong and Sydney Uni were hitting everything en route to one of the higher aggregate scores for a match this season. Foul trouble and suspect refereeing plagued both teams and left Alice Kunek, Kayla Pedersen and O’Hea circling foul-outs. This left Leilani Mitchell to steal the show as she racked up 27 points, nine assists, three steals and four rebounds in her best game for the franchise.

Mitchell to Pedersen continued to be an effective strategy in the post for Dandenong - with Mitchell targeting the Rangers’ centre for a number of assists to set up bucket after bucket. Dragging the Rangers back into the match, Mitchell’s third-quarter was sensational - hitting her shots, drawing fouls and causing a number of steals. The Flames stayed in the fight with the long range game as Alicia Poto (17 points) drilled fivethree pointers including three in a hot-streak in the third term. The Rangers managed to jump Sydney in the final term to build up a solid lead and take a comfortable 15-point win in the end. Dropping shots as she’s done all season, O’Hea (18 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists) pulled up just short of a well-deserved triple-double while Pedersen (19 points, 9 rebounds) and Kunek (17

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Dandenong’s Aimie Clydesdale fights for the ball against Sydney Uni’s Alicia Poto. 112299 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS points, 6 rebounds) tip-toed around foul trouble to post some impressive numbers. Dandenong’s defensive pressure in the second half better resembled a side with championship ambitions - with Natalie Novosel (11 points, 4 steals, 3 assists, 6 rebounds) featuring heavily in the defensive pressure. Rangers coach Mark Wright said while the score was up for the Flames he was happy with the defensive efforts of his charges. It’s no good looking up at the score after the game and seeing 85 for the opposition scoreline, but it’s nice looking to the other side and seeing 100,” Wright said. “I’ve always said we play an exciting brand of basketball that the crowd and our fans enjoy and it becomes a shootout but we were playing ‘D’ and we did hold them to 39 per cent, so defensively we did ok.”

Promising numbers for the Rangers including a 9-2 advantage in steals and a 25-16 assist count and Wright believed the positives defensively set up Dandenong’s best results offensively. “Sometimes you have to take some chances defensively to create opportunities for yourself and I though they shot it well,” Wright said. “I thought Poto shot it beautifully and you take a chance when you play a zone about who is going to hit shots and who is not. “I think in the end we got our personnel right - who we closed out hard on and who we stayed short on and I think we got that right towards the end.” The win gives Dandenong a 10-3 season to secure second place heading into a top-of-theladder showdown with Bendigo on Friday night away to finish the 2013 half of the season.

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So... a freestyler Players from the Young Cricketers and Villanova College squared off on Friday at Coomoora Reserve. 112307 Picture: SUPPLIED THE Young Cricketer’s Development Program played host to a visiting school cricket team from Villanova College, Queensland on Friday. The Young Cricketers team was comprised of a squad of 15 boys from various DDCA clubs from which the DDCA Under-16’s Jim Beitzel squad will be selected, while the visiting Queensland team hailed from Villanova College - currently in Melbourne to compete in the Oblate Cricket Carnival held at Mazenod College. The DDCA boys opted to bat first at Coomoora, reaching a score of 5/120 in their allotted 40 overs, with Z. Sheik

top-scoring with 22 for the home side. In reply, the visiting Queenslanders reached the target score in relative ease, registering a score of 167 for five with B. Hopan top-scoring with 45. For the home team, their best bowler was T. Pandithrathne who claimed commendable figures of two for three, whilst for the visitors it was D. Valetic leading the way with three for 26. The game was organised by the Young Cricketers team of Peter Mathison, Vernon Tissera and Johann Jayasinha in conjunction with Vilanova coach Craig Stariha. Adrian Jones, the

South Eastern Regional Manager and St Kilda coach was also in attendance. The Young Cricketers will head over to Malaysia this April for the fourth occasion to defend their Twenty20 title. The tour will take place during the April school holidays. The Young Cricketers are also looking to take their first ever Boy’s and Girl’s Under-23s tour to Sri Lanka and Malaysia during the July 2014 holidays. Anyone interested in either tour, should get in contact with either Peter Mathison on 0437 981 782 or Vernon Tissera on 0403 298 626.

AS far as Tommy So knows, he’s the only freestyle footballer in Greater Dandenong. The Keysborough ‘juggler’ has trod a lonely path, teaching himself freestyle football’s sit-downs, air, ground and upper-body moves from YouTube videos as a teenager. “Personally as a child, my parents couldn’t afford for me to play soccer with a club. I just played socially with my friends at school.” Now 20, Mr So is among the sport’s top echelon in Oceania, reaching the semi’s in a recent championship. His speciality is lying prone and juggling a football with the soles of his feet. Working as a network relations manager with Oceania Freestyle

Football Federation, he’s hoping to bring the niche sport into schools. “The kids love the sport when they see it. It’s a steep learning curve - you get the basics and then it’s pretty easy from there to pick up the tricks.” Sport can also be the carrier of social change. Mr So has learnt from experience how prohibitively expensive organised sport can be. His ultimate ambition is to help disadvantaged students pursue their sporting dreams along with developing back-up skills outside of sport such as public speaking. “My message for others is if you choose to follow your dreams, you have to have a back-up if it fails.” In other words, you’ve got to be good at keeping the ball in the air.


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SPORT Dandenong District Cricket Association - round 6

A Clay-ton revives North Dandy

Clayton McCartney and Dean Gunawardana both smashed centuries for North Dandenong on a horror day in the field for Narre Warren. 112306 Pictures: JARROD POTTER

By JARROD POTTER IT WAS double the delight for North Dandenong on Saturday, with Dean Gunawardana and Clayton McCartney rescuing the innings to post a pair of centuries.

NORTH DANDENONG v NARRE WARREN From bad to beautiful, the revival of North Dandenong’s (292) innings was spearheaded by twin centuries from the middle order against Narre Warren. Norths’ old batting woes had surfaced with the top order completely crumbling against Kaushalya Weerarante (4/90) and Pramod Liyanagamage (3/81). From 4/27 to 5/66, it was panic stations as Gunawardana and McCartney were brought together. Earning his first Turf 1 call up for the season, McCartney made it count, buckling down with Gunawardana to see off the Magpies and counterattack in style. The Gunawardana/McCartney partnership reaped 154 runs - the new sixth-wicket top partnership for Turf 1 this season. Narre Warren was slipping by then, pushing everyone to the rope and allowing the easy singles as Gunawardana raised his bat, soon to be followed by McCartney for a half-century of his own. Gunawardana fell soon after, leaving McCartney and the tail to see what they could achieve with 11 overs and free reign to hit.

Walking off as a centurion, North Dandenong’s Clayton McCartney celebrated a gutsy 102 not out. 112306 Jurgen Andersen (28) was first up - belting one of the bigger sixes hit at Lois Twohig Reserve striking from the clubhouse end and smashing it into the trees on the hill at the primary school end. Andersen and McCartney accrued a rapid-fire 64 as McCartney drew in on a century of his own. McCartney went for it with boundaries - smashing 12 fours and two sixes - most of which came after his 50 as the former TAC Cup footballer made his talents known in his other sport of passion. A few hairy moments and a couple of thick edges played in McCartney’s favour as he scurried through for his maiden DDCA Turf 1 century. It leaves Narre Warren with a ton of work to do on Saturday - chasing 293 for first innings points.

the job done against Hallam Kalora Park, with Antonio Greenidge (62), Dan Haasbroek (28) and Suren Ekanayake (43) doing the heavy lifting. It started poorly for the Ridges as Paul Rudd (1) and Jayson Hobbs (1) came and went without much resistance, leaving the job to Greenidge and company. The final efforts came from the tail as Richard Hope (26no) and Wes Nicholas (15no) added a bit more to the final chase.

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Dale Tormey’s smashing start to life in Turf 1 continued with a blistering 109 for Lyndale (7/276) against Parkfield. Tormey has 260 runs and 13 wickets before the summer break and will be a name to put up for Wookey Medal consideration. With Rory Ingram (52), Ciaron Connolly (31) and Tharanga Lakshita (47) in tow, Tormey was able to demoralise Parkfield with his second century of the season. Steve Spoljaric (2/37) was economical from his 18 overs while Samiddha Gallage (2/106) had to toil for his pair.

The difference between the Mordialloc (124) commoners and the King, Nathan King (6/36) was startling as the spearhead ran through the Bloodhounds’ batting order. Yoshan Kumara (3/46) opened strongly, claiming Tim Richardson (0) for a quacker before also chipping in to snare Chathura Athukorala (10) later in the innings. The King emerged from there to continue a redhot finish to the first-half of the season. King removed the big two - Stuart Squires (37) and Leon Kennedy (20) to leave Mordialloc on the ropes before a late order run-through left the home-side defending a scant amount. In reply Steve Masterson (19) was the best of the Bloods as Aaron Morrison and Dylan Quirk fell to Athukorala (2/30).

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the board against Heinz Southern Districts (1/10), but the Kangaroos will rue its wasted opportunities. Starts were not cashed in as Jason Bacic (38), Lance Baptist (10), Paul Hill (13) and Rob Johnston (16) failed to carry on for a big score. Joel Robertson (33no) held together the attack at the death as Michael Davies (4/30) and Matt Cox (3/39) were the main wicket-takers for the Cobras. Coomoora got one back before stumps with Oliver Ashford (1/4) snaring the top order scalp of Keith Perumal (3).

BERWICK v DANDENONG WEST Walid Ghauri (70) finished his batting year in style as Dandenong West (213) set a task for Berwick and its star-recruit Thilan Samaraweera to chase. Ghauri weathered the initial storm as Turf 1 debutant Alexander Cross (1/26) rattled Justin Stanton from the crease with his second ball of the day. Ghauri and Matt Fielding (42) added an 84-run partnership before Ghauri fell to Nirmal Wickramaratne (2/43). Gehan Perera (28) was the other Bull to impress with the bat as Ryan Crawford (3/30) and Jarrod Goodes (2/46) helped run through the lower order. Samaraweera (1/5) claimed his first wicket as he dismissed Perera with the help of Goodes in the slips. Tanner Stanton (18no) and Andrew Taylor (9no) batted out to stumps, leaving Berwick with 186 runs to attain.

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SPORT Victorian Women’s Cricket Association - round 10

Lions take charge

VSDCA - round 7

Mawzoon magic By JARROD POTTER

Inset above - Kelly Applebee impressed with an unbeaten 40. 112303

Main picture - Sarah Elliott was at her inventive best, racing toward 46 in Dandenong’s Twenty20 win over Essendon Maribyrnong Park. 112303 Pictures: JARROD POTTER

By JARROD POTTER THE Lions’ roared to a VWCA Twenty20 win at home on Saturday via the dab hands of Sarah Elliott and Kelly Applebee. In their clash with Essendon Maribyrnong Park (EMP), Dandenong didn’t get off to the strongest start - with Erica Kershaw (4) chopping on at 1/18. It brought together captain Applebee and Elliott, leaving the

Victorian representative pair to go about business as usual. Going at run-a-ball throughout the middle overs, the pair rotated the strike and soaked up the environment - playing out of their crease, flaying cuts and pulls square of the wicket. The most audacious shot belonged to Elliott - hitting a rampshot to register the 50-run partnership between the top order Lions. Elliott would fall chasing last-

ditch runs - attempting an overly ambitious second single to get herself run out on 46. Applebee (40no) and Laura Croft (8) would knocked the final runs in the ledger and set a challenging 3/106 to chase. EMP’s chase got off to a bad start as run-outs and poor decision making had the innings at a stand-still. Stabilising the innings was Emily McIntyre (44) - bludgeoning the innings of the day as she flayed five

boundaries around Greaves Reserve. Eventually some nimble work from Chelsea Moscript would have McIntyre run-out, leaving too much for the tail to achieve as EMP finished 7/91 from its 20 overs. Julie Hunter (1/7), Alana King (1/10) and Moscript (1/17) were the best of the bowlers. In the Lions seconds, Twenty20, Dandenong could only muster 4/71 before EMP chased it down with four balls to spare.

MOUNT Waverley was on the ropes, but Noble Park couldn’t inflict the deciding blow early - letting the visitors’ tail wag to reach 154. Rizan Mawzoon (6/45) was bowling grenades - his first-up spell was unplayable by the Mount Waverley top-order as Andrew Verstoep (9), Alex Deuchar (1), Chanaka Sampath (6) and Dhugal Bedingfield (3) fell to the seamer’s wrath. The home side was soon 5/76 as Marasinghe Perera (2/35) got invited to the wicket-taking party, leaving a large hole for the home team to escape. The must-get man was Myles Harry (63no), showing the backbone the rest of the top order could not muster to protect his wicket and help push the tail along. Harry received his best help from number nine Adam Ternes (26) and the pair roused a 42-run partnership to bring the total towards a defendable one, and far away from ridicule. Not content with a small bag, Mawzoon returned to reap more carnage - finding Ternes edging at 8/147 before Mevan Fernando (1/8) claimed the next wicket on the cheap. The final curtain call belonged to Mawzoon as he claimed the last wicket in an impressive six-wicket haul - his fifth five-orbetter wicket innings this season. Cashing in on the hard yards of Mawzoon, the Noble Park openers put most of the deficit away with Dean Edmunds (28), Ben Edmunds (36no) and Perera (14no) knocking off half the required runs. The match resumes on Saturday at Mt Waverley Reserve.

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Panthers taste Bloods By JARROD POTTER

It’s all Good Dees for Britton By Michael Floyd JEFF Britton claimed the training honours in Thursday evenings Macro Meats Laurels heats, landing a winning treble and qualifying five-runners for this Thursday night’s semi-finals. Midnight Scandal, Cosmic Wise and Watta Good Dee each claimed the $6260 first prize for winning their respective heats, and will be joined by kennelmates Wise Peejay and Mepunga Tiara in the next round. “It was a good night, it’s nice to have a bit of luck,” said a modest Britton. The fastest of Britton’s winners was Whatta Good Dee, leading all of the way to win in 29.58 seconds. It was just the second win in Whatta Good Dee’s last 10 starts and her first in four attempts at Sandown Park. “She wasn’t starting very well so we tried a few different things. She was switched on tonight and got away well and she’s much better out in front. “It was also the first time I’ve handled her myself so maybe that was it!” Of the three heat winners, Britton was most confident in Cosmic Wise before the meeting. “I really like her but she needs to draw an inside box. I was reluc-

tant to tip her because I thought she’d be much shorter especially after she was tipped in most of the form guides.” Cosmic Wise paid $4.30 for her 2.75 length win in 29.60, while Midnight Scandal took out the night’s opening heat in 30.11. Joining Britton’s quintet in the semi-finals will be TAB Melbourne Cup runner-up Dyna Beth after leading all of the way to win her heat by six lengths in 29.55 seconds. The 10th win of Dyna Beth’s career taking her prize money beyond $150,000 - a remarkable figure for a greyhound that only turned two in October. Punters had to wait until the last heat of the night before the Tam’s Wish recorded the fastest heat win, running 29.49 on the way to a 3.5 length win for Mick Chilcott. Other winners included Steel Show (29.62) for Malcolm Hirtzel, and Liara Allen (29.52) for Steven Collins. The Macro Meats Laurels is Victoria’s richest race for agerestricted females with many contenders going onto success both on the track and in the breeding barn. Four semi-finals will be run Thursday night with the winner and each runner-up progressing to the $72,500 Group 2 final to be run on Boxing Day.

Jeff Britton (centre) and owners Ken (left) and Darren Irby (right) with very happy Whatta Good Dee. 112300 Picture: SUPPLIED

SOUTH East showdown belonged to Dandenong in a nail-biter against Casey-South Melbourne at Princes Park. Dandenong won the toss and went to work with the bat as Andrew Gale (31no) and Brett Forsyth (19no) had the prime vantage point to see Tom Donnell destroy the Bloods. Donnell brutalised anything that came near his bat - with the Dandenong opener pillaging 111 not out from only 77 balls. His smack fest included 11 boundaries and six sixes to leave Casey-South Melbourne scratching their heads about how to defeat him. Donnell and Gale posted 90 for the first wicket before the Yorkshire captain was dismissed by Nathan Frietag (1/34). Forsyth jumped into position and made his time at the crease count - hitting a run-a-ball 19 with a boundary and a six. Dandenong flew to 1/169 from its 20 overs, leaving Casey -South Melbourne a tough chase. Donnell (1/7) snared the early wicket of Shane Maggs (5) to cap off his day, before the rest of the bowlers. Current Tasmanian/Melbourne Stars allrounder Clive Rose returning to the club for the match, and the Bloods got off to a mediocre start as Maggs, Daniel Watson (9) and Lachie Sperling (1) fell quickly. Rose and captain Jolyon Leaver (61) steadied the chase before Nathan Lambden (2/24) snared Rose via a catch from Tom Donnell. Chris Hall (41no) was next up for Casey and the Hall/Leaver partnership accrued a quickfire 77-run partnership. The dangerous Leaver fell to James Nanopoulos (1/23), leaving Hall to bat out the innings while the rest of the order fell around him. In the Twenty20 earlier on Saturday, Dandenong was rightly smashed by Carlton. The Panthers finished 8/101 from its 20 overs with Mick Sweeney (21no) the best of a lacklustre batting card. Carlton chased the runs with ease - finishing the innings 3/102 with six overs remaining.


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