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Rescue bid By XAVIER SMERDON A YOUNG Western Suburbs businesswoman’s dream of saving abandoned cats from death row could be in tatters after a landlord demanded she pay a $20,000 bond up front. Ebony Centazzo is hoping to open a cat boarding facility that will also help find new homes for dumped cats in Caroline Springs. Ms Centazzo said she felt like she was being discriminated against because of her age and gender. She has turned to the internet to try and gather public donations to make her goal a reality. For the full story turn to page 7. Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT

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made no apology for penalising drivers doing the wrong thing, adding that the use of mobile phones was the current biggest driver distraction issue. “The recent increase in the penalty for the use of a mobile phone while driving is reflective of the danger it creates,” he said. “Our intelligence informs us that drivers up to the age of 24 have the highest frequency of fatal and serious collisions where driver distraction is involved,” Mr Hill said. But they were not the only age group distracted by technology when behind the wheel, he said. Mr Hill said phone calls, text mes-

sages, setting GPS destinations and skipping CD tracks could all be deadly driver distractions. “Driving is a complex task and requires full concentration,” he said. “Any distraction can impair a driver’s reaction time, ability to maintain speed and position on the road and general awareness of other road users,” he said. “Taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds when driving at 40km/h means you are effectively travelling blind for 22 metres.” Five lives were lost on Victorian roads during the official Christmas road toll period, which was recorded

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from 23 December 2013 to 3 January 2014. The fatalities include the death of a St Albans man who died in hospital on New Year’s Eve following a single vehicle crash in Rockbank on Christmas night. And on 29 December a 32-year-old Maribyrnong motorcyclist died after his motorcycle collided with a car on Whitehall St in Footscray. “Every death on our roads is a tragedy and something we believe is avoidable,” Mr Hill said. “I urge all road users to turn off the distractions and switch on when you are on the roads.”

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BRIMBANK has had one of the highest number of drivers caught using their mobile phone while behind the wheel, with more than 1000 drivers booked during the last financial year. Victoria Police statistics reveal that 1347 penalty notices were issued to drivers in Brimbank caught using a hand-held mobile phone while driving, across the 2012-13 financial period. The results were a slight improvement from the 2011/12 period, when 1653 drivers were issued with a penalty notice for the same offence. In addition, a staggering 22 Learner drivers or P1 probationary licence

holders were caught using any mobile phone in Brimbank during 2012/13 period. This is an increase from the 17 offences recorded for that age group in 2011/12. The results come as police wrap up their festive blitz Operation Break Up which targeted distracted drivers as part of the Summer Stay road enforcement campaign. The operation targeted the fatal five road user behaviours: speed, impairment, distraction, fatigue and seat belts. Road Policing Command Assistant Commissioner Robert Hill said he

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PUPPIES in the western suburbs are falling victim to the deadly parvovirus following a spike in cases referred to the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in recent months. Sunshine, Hoppers Crossing and Werribee have all been named as hotspots for the infection, which has seen 34 cases admitted in the last three months and five last weekend alone. Head Veterinarian of in-patients at Lort Smith, Dr Andrew Kapsis said it was essential to vaccinate puppies against such deadly viruses and ensure the full course of vaccinations was completed. “This is a serious disease,” Dr Kapsis said.

“Without treatment about 95 per cent of infected dogs will die and even with treatment about 30 per cent won’t make it.” Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious virus that is spread through the faeces of infected dogs and can survive in the environment, such as local parks, for many months. “You don’t need to have direct contact between dogs for the virus to spread,” Dr Kapsis said. “It can be transmitted through contact with contaminated faeces in the environment, on contaminated shoes, clothing or other objects, such as balls.” Dr Kapsis said the symptoms of parvovirus would start showing within two to seven

days and may include pets losing appetite, becoming lethargic and developing vomiting, profuse bloody diarrhoea and dehydration. He said severely affected dogs could go into shock from dehydration and sepsis, which often resulted in sudden death. Dr Kapsis said treatment for parvovirus was also expensive, due to the need for intensive care and isolation required during a lengthy hospital stay. “I can’t stress strongly enough the importance of protecting your dog against this horrific disease,” Dr Kapsis said. The Lort Smith Animal Hospital is Australia’s largest not for profit veterinary hospital and provides discounted vaccination rates.

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POLICE are investigating a road rage incident which occurred on the Western Ring Rd in Sunshine West in November 2013. It is believed the victim was cut off by a small dark grey Hyundai Excel hatchback while driving between Ballarat and Boundary roads on 28 November 2013, about 12.30pm. The two cars stopped in the far left emergency lane where the victim was punched in the face by the driver of the Excel and further attacked after falling to the ground. He was then left unconscious on the side of the road. Police have released an image of a man who they believe may be able to assist them with their inquiries. He is described as Middle Eastern in appearance, aged in his late twenties to early thirties, around 175cm to 178cm tall with short dark hair and was wearing a red or pink hoodie and black pants. The passenger is also described as Middle Eastern in appearance, around 183cm with a slim build and was also wearing a red or pink hoodie and black pants. Report information confidentially online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference number CA 7116.

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THE EPA Victoria’s summer litter crackdown is underway with cigarette butts the key focus. The EPA launched a new mobile litter reporting site this summer to help combat the littering problem along with their Summer Litter Campaign. EPA CEO John Merritt said more than 90 per cent of the $3.5 million in fines issued for littering in 2012 were for butts thrown from cars. He added that cigarette butts also made up about 50 per cent of the litter generated in Victoria. “So, no apologies, those caught littering from cars will face hefty fines - including a maximum penalty of $577 for flicking a lit cigarette,” Mr Merritt said. Figures also reveal that around 25 of bushfires in Victoria’s park and forests were caused by discarded cigarette butts. The EPA’s state wide Summer Litter Campaign will run until Labour Day weekend in March. Stop litter where it starts by reporting litterers this summer - visit www.epa.vic.gov.au/ reportlitter or call 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842).

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Surgery funding boost By CHARLENE MACAULAY WESTERN Health will share in a $15 million State Government grant to boost elective surgeries across its three hospitals. Western Health, which manages the Sunshine, Williamstown and Western Hospitals, has received a $275,000 grant to perform an additional 120 nose and throat operations, which will predominantly be undertaken at Sunshine Hospital and cut waiting list times for children. Western Health also received a

$338,000 grant in partnership with Djerriwarrh Health Services, which will provide 100 patients on the Western Health elective surgery waiting list with the opportunity to have their surgery at an earlier time at Bacchus Marsh Hospital. The types of surgery to be performed in partnership with Djerriwarrh Health Service include orthopaedic, general, gynaecology and ear, nose and throat surgery. Figures from the Victorian Health Services Performance Report reveal

that Western Hospital’s elective surgery list has almost doubled in the past year, with more than 2000 patients waiting for a variety of operations. At Sunshine Hospital, the elective surgery waiting list has jumped from 1425 in the June 2012 quarter to 2130 in the June 2013 quarter, while the list dropped by more than 200 patients at Williamstown Hospital over the past year, with 402 patients waiting for elective surgery. “Western Health is extremely pleased to have received two addition-

al funding packages for elective surgery to treat patients between January and June 2014,” Western Health Acting Executive Director of Operations Claire Culley said. “Western Health continues to experience increased demand for elective surgery due to the rapid growth in the number of people living in its catchment area. “The additional funding streams provide an opportunity for a greater number of patients to be treated across the health service.”

Hoons feel the heat By YASEMIN TALAT POLICE nabbed three hoon drivers and impounded their vehicles within three hours last Thursday night. Two motorcyclists in Altona North allegedly began racing down Grieve Parade and were detected doing speeds of 141km/h in a 70km/h zone. The motorcyclists were intercepted by the Hobsons Bay Highway Patrol team. A 40-year-old man from Airport West and a 35-year-old man from Keilor East both lost their motorcycles under the hoon legislation for 30 days as a result. The riders will also have to pay $741 to have their vehicles released and will face court for serious traffic offences. “Once again, I’m at a loss to explain why I’m using the hoon laws to take the vehicles of riders that should know better and adhere to the road rules, especially at this busy and dangerous time of the year,” Leading Senior Constable Norman McDonald said. Less than three hours later a black Mazda CX7 allegedly drove through a red light in Broadmeadows. Broadmeadows police intercepted the vehicle that allegedly reached a speed of 190km/h in a 70km/h zone. A 22-year-old Taylors Lakes man who was driving the vehicle was found to have a suspended licence. When questioned by police the man allegedly claimed he was just going to get some petrol. The Mazda was impounded under hoon legislation for 30 days at a cost of $703. The driver is expected to be charged on summons with driving at a speed dangerous, driving while suspended and disobeying a traffic control signal.

Active youth Natalie Suleyman is the preselected Labor Party candidate for the newly formed seat of St Albans.

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Former mayor makes stand for St Albans By YASEMIN TALAT FORMER Brimbank mayor Natalie Suleyman is hoping to make a political comeback and represent the people of St Albans in a new role. Ms Suleyman was last month named the preselected Australian Labor Party candidate for the new State seat of St Albans, over fellow Labor Party member Anthony van der Craats. An internal vote among Labor Party members resulted in Ms Suleyman gaining a staggering 93 per

cent of the total votes. “I’m very humbled and overwhelmed by the enormous support of the local Labor members and I’m honoured to have been preselected as a Labor candidate for the new seat of St Albans,” Ms Suleyman said. Ms Suleyman said she felt passionate about representing the St Albans community, especially having lived in St Albans her whole life. Her highest priorities for the area included fixing St Albans and Furlong Rd rail crossings.

“Labor has committed to fixing St Albans station and also Furlong Rd rail crossing,” she said. “I think there needs to be much more money invested towards the infrastructure in the West, things such as the railway crossings are important, public transport, linking our networks and Sunshine Hospital, they are my priorities,” she said. Since leaving Brimbank Council in 2008 Ms Suleyman has continued to be active within the community. “I continue to work actively in various campaigns including the

last election, I work for a very active member of parliament and I continue to be involved with various community groups,” Ms Suleyman said. “I’m just very proud and humbled to be the candidate of the Labor party and I’m looking forward to the challenge and advocating for the issues that matter to the people.” If elected the three-time Brimbank mayor will also be the first Australian of Turkish Cypriot background to be in parliament which she said would be a great honour.

THE Brimbank Youth Services has launched their 2014 January Teenage Holiday Program with plenty of activities suited for young people aged between 12 and 17 years. The two-week activity program for secondary school students will kick start this week with a Learn to Surf session and a Movies and Sunshine Leisure Centre visit. Week two will include a trip to Luna Park and bike riding in the city. Brimbank City Council offers the program to all young people who live, work or study in the municipality. Lunch is provided and concession rates do apply. The three pick-up and drop-off locations including Brimbank Youth Services at the VISY Cares Hub in Sunshine, the Youth Resource Centre in St Albans and the St Albans Library. Bookings are essential and booking forms are available at the VISY Cates Hub, Brimbank libraries and West Sunshine Community Centre. For more information email duduo@brimbank.vic.gov.au or call 92494218.

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Aged care not for young By YASEMIN TALAT A NATIONAL awareness campaign is turning the key on young care issues in Australia and unlocking a more positive future for young Australians. There are 7500 young Australians who currently live in aged care facilities because there is nowhere for them to go. And of those 1820 live in Victoria. Derrimut resident Cindy Turkovic is mother and primary care taker of her 19-year-old son Morgan who has cerebral palsy. Ms Turkovic said she constantly worried that if something were to ever happen to her, Morgan would have no choice but to live in aged care. “It’s about the future, it’s a daily worry about if something happened to you where will your young adult go?” Ms Turkovic said. “That’s the biggest worry.” Morgan, who celebrated his 19th birthday recently with family and friends, is a sports fanatic who is very social and loves spending time with people. He especially loves AFL and follows the local football team where he is known as the club’s “number one supporter”. “He likes anything social, anything where he can have a yak to someone,” Ms Turkovic said. Ms Turkovic said aged care was not the place for her young son. “Young adults need to be

Victor Lin is happy with his VCE results and is now enjoying a well-deserved break before Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT starting university next month. 112601

Victor in name and score By YASEMIN TALAT Morgan enjoys a game of boccia with friends at West Sunshine Community Centre every Friday morning. 108826 Picture: YASEMIN TALAT with other young adults,” she said. Youngcare’s national awareness campaign is calling on everyone to help get young people with 24/7 care needs out of aged care. Youngcare Chairman Nic De Luca said the issues were unique because a solution was within reach. “Aged care is no place for a young person but that’s where

75,000 young Aussies woke up this morning because there is nowhere else to go,” he said. The Turkovic family received Youngcare’s At Home Care Grant earlier this year as an additional avenue to support the care of Morgan. The grant helped the family access respite which allowed Ms Turkovic to keep her job. For more information visit www.youngcare.com.au.

HILLSIDE VCE graduate Victor Lin is sitting on top of the world, or at least on top of the ATAR score ladder, after achieving the perfect score of 99.95 per cent. Victor is one of five students from Melbourne Grammar School to achieve the highest possible ATAR score, putting him in the top one per cent in the nation for achieving a score of 99 or above. “I forced myself to be really organised throughout the year and to complete my homework a few days in advance so I was on top of things,” Victor said. The modest 18-year-old

said he worked hard and studied consistently throughout the year. “I didn’t really get bogged down with scores and stuff, I wanted to make the most of the resources I had at Melbourne Grammar and basically do as well as I can,” he said. Victor finished Year 12 Chinese when he was in Year 10, and finished Math Methods when he was in Year 11. He then went on to complete English, Literature, Latin, Specialist Maths, Chemistry and his favourite subject of all - Philosophy, last year. He advised future VCE students to stay organised and to

not to do last- minute cramming. “Take the subjects you are interested in, the more interested you are in the subject, the less arduous the actual study process is,” he said. “And I think that was the case for me with most of my subjects.” And it was not all study for Victor, who said he tried to have a good balance between studying and playing sports like table tennis and soccer. He now looks forward to studying Biomedicine at the University of Melbourne and hopes to one day become a neurosurgeon.

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Caught in traffic blitz By NATALIE GALLENTI-BREKALO POLICE have already detected almost 500 traffic offences across Melton this summer as part of a two-month blitz of Victoria’s roads. The Summer Stay road enforcement campaign was launched on 15 November 2013 and ended last Monday week. Statistics revealed Melton police nabbed 15 disqualified drivers and 18 unlicensed drivers during the road blitz. Twenty-seven people were detected travelling 25 km over the speed limited with a whopping 139 caught travelling at 10 to 25km an hour over the limit. There were 19 seatbelt offences, 10 mobile offences and 49 unregistered vehicles were detected. A staggering 62,630 motorists were breath tested. Across the state, more than 79,000 traffic offences were detected. Tragically five people lost their lives on Victoria’s roads during the Christmas road toll period, which ran from 23 December to 3 January - five less than during the same period last year. Road Policing Command Superintendent Neville Taylor said it was disappointing that some people continued to take unacceptable risks on the roads and flout the law. “That’s completely unacceptable and it’s incredibly disappointing to

find that there are still people in our community who are taking huge risks on the road, endangering their own lives and the lives of others,” he said. Supt Taylor said speed is a killer and a major factor in about a third of collisions each year. “Low-level speeding can be just as dangerous as high-level speeding and research shows that your risk of being involved in a collision doubles for every 5km an hour over the speed limit you are in a 60km zone. “Speeding reduces the time drivers have to avoid crashes, their ability to control their vehicle and lengthens the time it takes to stop.” Melton Police Inspector Stephen Mutton also warned motorists to take care on the road and said the holiday period was a particularly busy time with more pedestrian traffic. Insp Mutton said another issue that motorists and car owners needed to remain aware of is thefts from motor vehicles. He said thefts continued to be a problem throughout the municipality and urged drivers to secure valuable items and remove them from their vehicle. “We’re still getting a high number of thefts,” Insp Mutton told Star. “People need to secure their items... it’s a big issue for us.”

Sisters from Brimbank Kelli Elbob, right, and Sharon Barkell have come together to save the sisterhood and fight Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT against women’s cancers. 112544

Sisters gear up for cancer charity drive By YASEMIN TALAT SISTERS Kelli Elbob and Sharon Barkell have come together with a team of friends and family to join forces with hundreds of others at The Weekend to End Women’s Cancers event this March. Ms Elbob, Ms Barkell and their team which includes their niece Chloe Tipitsidis and friends Amanda Thorley and Marita Elliott have already raised over $10,000 for the charity. They have called their team ‘Save the Sisterhood’, and they want to do just that by raising money and awareness of women’s cancers. “I thought it would a good challenge

and a time to reflect,” Ms Elbob said. “And you feel like you’re doing your bit.” Ms Elbob said hearing about young mothers, like herself, affected by cancer tugged at her heart strings and inspired her to take action. “They’re the ones that target my heart the most, I guess, and I know a couple who have passed and left young children behind,” she said. The two-day event benefiting the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre will involve the women taking part in a 60km walk in memory of lives lost to breast or gynaecologic cancer and to celebrate the lives saved.

Between them they have had a dinner party, chocolate drives, raffles and sausage sizzles among other things to successfully raise money. “My niece who is only 17, she’s the one I really take my hat off to because she raised $900 on her own just doing events at her school like selling fairy floss at lunchtime and making friendship bands and selling them,” Ms Elbob said. As well as the dedication of fundraising, the challenge continues as the team practise walking long distances including a 20km walk they did in three hours last weekend. To donate to team, visit www.endcancer.org.au

OUTSTANDING VCE RESULTS Catholic฀Regional฀College฀Sydenham฀congratulates฀the฀Class฀of฀2013฀ on their outstanding VCE results.

฀•฀All฀students฀received฀their฀VCE •฀21฀students฀with฀an฀ATAR฀over฀90 •฀189฀students฀received฀A+฀or฀A฀results฀in฀inal฀examinations •฀63฀students฀received฀฀subject฀study฀scores฀of฀40฀or฀more฀out฀of฀50 •฀5฀students฀received฀study฀scores฀of฀40฀or฀above฀in฀฀VCE฀VET฀studies฀delivered฀on฀campus฀ Congratulations to these students in the Class of 2013 who achieved exceptional ATAR results:

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Bradley Muscat

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Dzuy Pham

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Catholic Regional College Sydenham is the senior secondary College for students at Catholic Regional Colleges St Albans, Caroline Springs and North Keilor. The College specialises in VCE, VCAL and VET. To give your son or daughter the best opportunity in VCE, choose a school that specialises in senior secondary pathways. Places are still available for Year 11 and Year 12 in 2015 and 2016.

Enrol now by contacting enrolments@crcsydenham.net (anytime) or phone 9361 0004 (from 24 January).

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Lynette Pakvis and Muriel Anderson from the Red Cross Shop in Werribee look forward to Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT receiving new donations in 2014. 112606

Give gift of re-gifting By YASEMIN TALAT AS the season of giving wraps up, the Red Cross has encouraged the community to re-wrap unwanted Christmas gifts and donate them to a Red Cross shop. National Retail Marketing manager for Red Cross, JayneAnne Power, said re-gifting unwanted presents to the Red Cross was a good way to recycle the gifts that might otherwise be thrown away or forgotten. “Most of us know only too well that not all our gifts will

have hit the mark this year,” Ms Power said. “And research shows us that each Christmas Australians spend over $1 billion on unwanted gifts,” she said. “Instead of throwing unusable presents into the rubbish and adding to our landfill problem, why not re-gift them to any one of our Red Cross shops?” Ms Power said Red Cross retail shops were desperately looking for donations of unwanted clothing, home wares, toys and bric-a-brac to provide good quality stock for the New Year.

Stores cannot however accept donation of electrical items and large furniture or mattresses. “The proceeds from all shops go towards helping improve the lives of vulnerable people all around Australia and overseas,” she said. Donations can be delivered to any Red Cross store during opening hours. To find the location of your nearest Red Cross shop, visit www.redcross.org.au/shops or call 1800 339 888.

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Crackdown on pool fence failure By NATALIE GALLENTI-BREKALO MELTON City Council is taking a stand against residents who do not adequately secure their swimming pools. Star can reveal that in the last six months the council has issued 10 emergency orders for noncomplying pools. The data comes in the wake of Life Saving Victoria’s 2012/13 Drowning Report which was released late last year. The report revealed that there were 130 drowning incidents in Victoria between July 2012 and June 2013, including 41 fatal and 89 non-fatal drowning incidents, representing the highest drowning toll since 2004/05. There was an increase of four deaths compared to 2011/12. The statistics showed that for every drowning death there were another three non-fatal drowning incidents. Mayor Bob Turner said while the summer months meant warm weather, swimming and fun, it was also a time to remind residents that unfenced or poorly fenced swimming pools could quickly take the fun out of any holiday period. “Every year there are tragedies, usually involving children, that result from backyard swimming pools not being properly fenced,” Cr Turner said. “Summer is a time to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. I hope residents can have a fun and restful summer season by keeping their children safe through adequate pool fencing and keeping a watchful eye.” He urged residents to check the safety fencing around their pool, and make sure it is fenced appropriately, is secure and doesn’t require maintenance. He said both above-ground and in-ground pools needed to have fencing. Cr Turner added that vigilant supervision around swimming areas would also help keep children safe and having fun over the summer season. And reminders aren’t the only deterrent with offenders facing fines of up to $7200 if the fencing around their pool or spa does not comply with regulations.

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has clients travel from as far away as St Kilda and all over the western suburbs. This year she was hoping to expand the business and open a second kennel in Caroline Springs, but this time she wanted to give back to the community. Teaming up with Forever Friends Animal Rescue, Ms Centazzo had planned to help abandoned cats and kittens find homes. According to recent figures, almost 1000 stray cats are caught and

destroyed every year in Wyndham alone. But Ms Centazzo’s dream may have to be placed on the backburner after the landlord of the only suitable warehouse in Caroline Springs demanded a $20,000 bond upfront, which they would keep for several years. She has now laid the future of her dream in the hands of crowd funding website indiegogo, where she is asking for people to donate money to help her pay the bond.

“The only reason I have turned to crowd funding is because it is such a small amount, investors wouldn’t be interested. The $20,000 is to secure the bond on a warehouse, which I find ridiculous,” Ms Centazzo said. “l feel I am being taken advantage of for being a young female business owner.” For more information on Ms Centazzo’s campaign visit www. indiegogo.com/projects/unique-cathotel

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Gym grant for school PUPILS at a Delahey school have received some new gym equipment, thanks to a grant from Telstra’s Kids Fund. Mackellar Primary School students Chris, Robert, Emily and Riona had fun with their new vaulting horse, tumbling and high jump mats, balance beams and a mini trampoline. Acting Telstra Country Wide area general manager for Melbourne’s CBD and South West, Robert Franze, said the grants helped boost children’s connections to the community. “We are proud to be able to help local groups, such as Mackellar Primary School, support the skills, talents and development of children,” he said. Grant recipients are nominated by Telstra employees whose children are actively involved in community organisations.109029 Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT Chris Koroneos is featured in Brimbank Council’s ‘Growing Stories’ Exhibition. 112669 Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT

Growing stories on web THE stories of the families who have dedicated many years to growing quality and fresh produce in Keilor have been told through a new exhibition in Brimbank. To celebrate and reflect the rich history of farming in the Keilor area since the 1850s, the Brimbank City Council, with the support of Federal Department of Environment and Heritage, has produced ‘Growing Stories’. ‘Growing stories’ tells the story of these families in a booklet, photographic exhibition and short film. The families tell stories of their passion for growing, their

dedication and how business changed over the years for the good and bad. One story is that of the Koroneos family. Chris Koroneos, now aged 76, settled in Keilor in 1949 after migrating from Northern Greece. At the age of 12, he started working the fields with his father and continued to grow vegetables and kept livestock until he retired from farming in 2002. “I worked on the land with my brother and father,” Mr Koroneos said. “In the early days, we were growing up to 70,000 plants a year,” he said. The array of fresh vegies grown over the 64 years includ-

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to him while also raising money for the Epilepsy Foundation of Victoria. The event, Remembering Jordyn, will be a showcase of the entertainment industry, which Jordyn was starting to break into before his death. Mr Hare said one of the most difficult things about his son’s passing was telling his two other young children. “We all had moments of weakness in 2013 but now we are trying to make 2014 a more positive year,” he said. “Life is short and epilepsy

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KEILOR Branch of Parents Without Partners welcomes you to their January Dance from 7.30 Friday 17 January at the I.C.K.A. Club, 7 Keilor Park Drive, East Keilor. Dress to impress - Strictly no T-shirts, jeans or sneakers. There’s also an information night for prospective members, in the Taylors Lakes area on Wednesday 23 January. Details from Charely on 8361 0354.

AMES needs volunteers to help new migrants learn English. Full training is provided. Inquiries: Emma Navarro navarroe@ames.net.au or 9687 3494.

OWNERS can get some exercise and have fun with their dog. The Agility Dog Club of Victoria trains on Friday nights under lights at WLJ Crofts Reserve, Blackshaws Rd, Altona North. All breeds of dog and all age groups are welcome. New members classes will begin in the new year. Numbers are limited.Inquiries: Contact Sandy on 0425 762 434 to reserve a place.

talk. Every Wednesday morning, meet at 9.30 for 10am start at the shipping container out the front of Happy River Cafe, Footscray Community Arts Centre, 45 Moreland St, Footscray. Kids and babies are welcome, walk at your own pace along the riverfront. Join us for a coffee afterwards. Inquiries: Sky 0438 702 529 or check our Facebook page www.facebook.com/ ozbreastfeedingfygroup

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Join Brimbank U3A in 2014 ARE you 50 and over and semi or fully retired? Are you interested in making new friends, learning new skills and enjoying leisure activities? If you are, U3A Brimbank is for you. It costs only $30 for a year’s membership which allows you to participate in any number of classes/activities. Classes on offer in 2014 include computers, painting, yoga, tai chi, relaxation and Qi Gong, cards, chess, scrabble, movies, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Scrabble, book club, ballroom dancing, line dancing, craft, coffee and chat, discussion group and walking. Call U3A Brimbank on 9356 9085 or email on brimbanku3a@samps.org.au to join up.

Probus RETIRED or semi-retired? Interested in developing new friends or interests? Join the Altona North Combined Probus Club at 10am on the third Wednesday of every month at Community Hall, Cypress Ave, Brooklyn. Guest speakers, theatre, films, trips, other activities are organised. Visitors are welcome. Inquiries: Lois 9399 2554 or Pam 9314 4640.

Community gardens COMMUNITY gardens are available on the corner of Kings Rd and Bluebird Ave, Taylors Lakes. We have garden beds available and as spring is here, now is the time to plant your vegies and flowers. You do not need to have any tools, we have a shed full of tools available for your use. We also have raised beds and there is no need to bend down. All abilities are catered for. There are toilets and tea making facilities onsite. Inquiries: For more information, ring Jackie on 9449 4647.

Carer support GROW - Better Together Carers Group for friends and family of those affected by mental health issues. Free and confidential meetings held twice a month in Laverton, Reservoir and Sunbury. Details: 1800 558 268 or www.grow.net.au

COMMUNITY members who have an interest in gardening and who wish to be part of the exciting new initiative at Sunshine Hospital are being sought. If you have a belief that a garden can really help to change someone’s life, we would like to hear from you. Inquiries: If you would like to be part of the volunteer team to support the dementia patients and the brand new Therapy Garden, contact Jo Spence on 8345 1201.

THE Deer Park Senior Citizens at 119 Station Rd, Deer Park, are looking for new members. They play bingo, have line-dancing, exercise classes, billiards, indoor bowls, subsidised outings, functions and weekends away. Anyone interested in joining can contact Grace Agius on 9363 7326.

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Problem drinking DO YOU have a problem with someone’s drinking? Al-Anon may be able to help you. Meetings are held in the meeting room at the Baptist Church, Paisley St, Footscray (Next to the library). The meetings are at 8pm on Thursdays. Inquiries: Ralph 9397 0217.

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YARRAVILLE Swim Club is looking for swimmers of all ages and abilities for its new open water swim group. The club is training for the spring and summer open water swimming season. The club trains on Sunday afternoons, 3.30pm - 5pm at Yarraville Swim Centre, 35 Roberts St, West Footscray. Inquiries: 9315 3400.

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VIETNAMESE Tai Chi group. Stay fit and healthy. Reduce back pain and balance your body. No charge. 21 Yardley St, Maidstone. Inquiries: 0402 161 999.

Yarraville Mouth Organ Band THE Yarraville Mouth Organ Band is looking for new members, experienced players or beginners, any age. We meet for practice on Friday evenings at 8pm in our hall at 203 Williamstown Rd, Yarraville, next to the Yarraville Football Ground. Inquiries: Heather 9399 2190 or email: ymob1933@yahoo.com.au

Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and activities. Send item details to Star Community Calendar, Cnr Keilor Park Drive and Thomsons Road, Keilor Park 3042 or email to: star@starnewsgroup.com.au Deadline for copy and announcements is noon Wednesday.

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Live the Caroline Springs lifestyle with this impressive spacious town house opposite parklands and ofering views across Lake Caroline and the town centre. Comprising: 4 spacious bedrooms, Balcony, open plan living, timber loors, high ceilings, modern kitchen with plenty of bench space, double garage and studio apartment – ideal for guests!! All located opposite parklands and excellent views over the lake and town centre. A unique opportunity not to be missed!

AUCTION 8TH FEBRUARY 2014 AT 12.00PM

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“MODERN LIVING IN THE CENTRAL LAKE PRECINCT”

Dean Clements on 0413 870 656. Terms 10% deposit and 30 day setlement.

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11 Coppin Lane Caroline Springs

This impressive location is matched with this unique large modern residence including its own 1 bedroom studio apartment. Comprising: open plan living, high ceilings, timber loors, galley style kitchen with plenty of bench space and cupboards overlooking the meals/ family room and outdoor entertaining area. Other features include; 4 spacious bedrooms, master with ensuite and balcony, 1 bedrooms studio apartment and double garage. The location is perfect with parklands, lakes and shopping centre at your door step…


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DELAHEY 15 Cowley Street

CAIRNLEA 1 Wild Flower Lane Location & Convenience

ST ALBANS 22 Kiparra Close

Simply Stunning Home! Take advantage and secure this property, located in a quiet part of Delahey, within walking distance to Copperfield Secondary College, bus stops, parks and shops. Boasting three (3) generous size bedrooms with built in robes, master bedroom with ensuite, centrally located new well-appointed kitchen with meals/family area, formal lounge, central bathroom, double car garage and a single car garage. This property is extremely well presented and is ready for its new owner!

Be greeted by a spacious entry foyer & adjoining large front lounge room, this low maintenance home offers open plan living, quality kitchen with modern appliances including dishwasher, open meals & family opening to an outdoor under cover fully paved entertaining area. Upstairs you will find main bedroom overlooking parklands with large walk in robe and en-suite, 2nd bedroom & 3rd bedrooms with walk in robes, central family bathroom, spacious open retreat, ducted heating, 3 split system air conditioner units, security doors and remote double garage.Only a short walk to Cairnlea town Centre, Child care Centre, schools; whilst being close to public transport and freeway access.

Built on a large block, and conveniently located close to schools, public transport shops and freeway access this is an ideal investment or first home. Offering 4 good sized bedrooms, main with ensuite & walk in robe, large spacious front lounge, tidy kitchen with adjoin meals area, bright central family bathroom, security roller shutters, alarm system, under cover entertaining and plenty of car spaces with potential to redevelop in the future (STCA). Call now for your inspection.

This unique & cosy home is well positioned in a convenient location with secure private remote high gate access. Offering 4 bedrooms with built in robes, timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances, lounge with a huge family room, bright and sunny bathroom with spa bath, enclosed in ground swimming pool, rear pergola, carport to accommodate numerous cars all on a good size allotment of 570sqm approx.. Other Features: Heating, cooling, spiral staircase, slate flooring, remote controlled electronic gate, low maintenance gardens, conveniently close to public transport, schools, major shopping centres and restaurants.

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

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SYDENHAM 8 Ruben Drive

KINGS PARK 11 Tarana Crescent

BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 3 Bruce Street

ALBANVALE 33 Entally Drive

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LARGER THAN LIFE!

Built on a large block of approx. 709sqm, and conveniently located close to schools, public transport, shops, sporting amenities and Watergardens Shopping Centre. This is an ideal investment or first home. Offering 4 generous sized bedrooms, main with ensuite & walk in robe, large spacious front lounge, a bright kitchen with adjoining meals, family room, outdoor decking, bright central family bathroom, alarm system, ducted heating, air conditioning. This home represents great value!!! Call now for your inspection.

Ideally located close to schools, shops, public transport, sporting amenities and recently renovated with a secure lease available; this is the ideal starter home for the smart investor or first home owner. Offering 3 generous bedrooms main includes WIR and ensuite, with BIR to the remaining bedrooms, large front lounge, a spacious open kitchen with modern appliances with plenty of bench & storage space, an adjoining meals and a light central family bathroom. The home is set on approx. 565sqm of land and is complimented with ducted heating, ducted cooling, secure roller shutters, polished floor boards, lock garage & shed, spacious carport along with low maintenance gardens and surrounds makes this an ideal home. Don’t miss out!!! Call now for your inspection!!!

Affordability, Location and Quality

Located in sought after Tenterfield estate of Burnside Heights, this spacious single-storey home comprises 2 living areas, 4 generous sized bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in robe, modern kitchen adjoining the open plan family and meals area, rumpus, central bathroom, large laundry and a low maintenance backyard with water & gas facilities; a large double garage, high ceilings, ducted heating and cooling completes this ideal family home. Do not miss out!

This home boasts 3 good sized bedrooms all with built in robes,

Call Peter Tran (Quốc) 0434 147 149

Call Peter Tran (Quốc) 0434 147 149

Call Peter Tran (Quốc) 0434 147 149

Call Jim Liu 0402 380 863

CAROLINE SPRINGS 4 Stradbroke Gardens

BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 5 Waterside Drive An Opportunity not to be missed!

CAROLINE SPRINGS 15 Boathouse Drive

BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 12 Lyons Ave

The Entertainer

When only the best will do

Vendors Say Sell !!!!

Perfectly located, this home will impress you with its original charming design, its open and light-filled living spaces, offering floorboards all throughout; here you will find a marvellous mixture of modernity and liveability. Upstairs it features 3 good-sized bedrooms, master with walk in robe & ensuite, central bathroom and parental retreat. The open plan ground floor features a modern kitchen, extending out to an undercover entertaining area with built in kitchen/bbq facilities and to a low maintenance backyard. Completed with a double garage, heating & cooling, remote roller shutters plus many more. Call now for your inspection time!

An excellent location, close to parks & public transport, this large comfortable double-storey home comprises 2 living areas, a modern kitchen with stone benches, dishwasher and a separate dining area. It also features 3 generous bedrooms upstairs, master with en suite & walk in robe, a spacious retreat and a balcony, offering relaxing views of trees and water. A low maintenance backyard, a large double garage, high ceilings, ducted heating & cooling completes this beautiful property. Call now to book your inspection!

On offer is an executive home located in the heart of Caroline Springs, ideally located it is with short walking distance to the main lake, town centre & entertainment district. Featuring 3 generous sized bedrooms with the main offering a large ensuite & walk in robe, built in robes to the remaining bedrooms, study, modern open plan kitchen filled with quality appliances & family meals area, polished hard floor boards, feature floating timber stair case, Double remote garage with secure internal access & feature glass wall. Completing this wonderful home you will find energy efficient hydronic heating, air conditioning, ducted heating, alarm system, security cameras, outdoor decking with low maintenance surrounds makes this home a must to inspect.

Perfect property for the first home owners & smart investors. This family home offers modern stylish living without the maintenance and still under Builders Warranty!! Offering 4 generous bedrooms all with built in robes, main includes WIR & ensuite, separate study/ nursery, central family bathroom, open plan kitchen offering stone bench tops quality stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, extra wide fridge space and an adjoin family meals area. Completing the home you will find remote double lock up garage with secure internal access, ducted heating, air-conditioning, rear pergola entertainment area and low maintenance landscaped surrounds. All this is conveniently located within walking distance to public transport, shops, schools, parks, water ways and public amenities. Call now for your private inspection.

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Call Sonny Castillo 0419 330 801

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CAROLINE SPRINGS 33 Castlemaine Way

WERRIBEE 16 Lauraville Ave

BURNSIDE HEIGHTS 13 Regent Close

TAYLORS HILL 38 Loddon Drive

Investors & first home owners take note

Ideal Beginnings

Perfectly positioned in cobblestone village and a short distance to the heart of Caroline Springs town centre and Burnside Shopping Centre, schools, public transport and parks.The home offers 3 bedrooms, master bedroom with build in robe and ensuite, separate lounge, an open plan kitchen with adjoining meals & living area that leads out to a very generous backyard perfect for entertaining or as a kid playground, main bathroom with separate toilet and single enclosed carport.Other inclusions are ducted heating & cooling alarm system, gas cooking appliances, dishwasher, plus roller shutters much more.Inspections will not disappoint, so call now to make yours.

Priced To Sell!!

LARGER THAN LIFE!

This home was built for the family; offering soaring cathedral ceilings, 3 generous bedrooms, main with BIRs & ensuite, Separate step down front formal lounge, light filled open family kitchen & meals area, Spacious back yard with side access perfect for the growing family or tradies. Ducted heating, air conditioning, lock up garage completes the home. All this sits on a large allotment, situated close to schools, public transport, Werribee shopping precinct, popular restaurants & cafes along with easy freeway access to the Princess Hwy. Call now for you inspection.

Priced to sell and impress! Comprising 3 bedrooms, master includes WIR & ensuite Open plan kitchen meals & family room Features include : ducted heating, s/s appliances, dishwasher, caesar stone bench tops Double remote garage with internal access Situated on low maintenance landscaped allotment Ideally located walking distance to Watervale shopping centre.

Located in a sought after pocket of Taylors Hill, this lovely single-storey home comprises 3 good –sized bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in robe, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher, nice and open meals and family area, separate lounge room. Among the features ducted heating and cooling, alarm system plus many more to mention. The generous backyard is accessible either via the house or through a side access; a relaxing paved undercover entertaining area and a double garage complete this ideal family home.

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Call Vince Carnevale 0414 478 847

Great Buy Great Location

ST ALBANS 114 Kings Rd A Surprise Inside.

master bedroom with full ensuite, large kitchen with new appliances and adjoining meals area. Additional features include air conditioning, heating, long carport, external decking area and alarm system. Located just a few minutes to the Western Ring Road, Brimbank Central Shopping Centre, public transport and schools.

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An Unbeatable Opportunity Not To Be Missed Auction Inspect Agent

Sat 22/02/2014 at 12:00pm Sat 11:30AM - 12:00PM Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

Builders, Investors & Developers, here is what youve been looking for! Set on large 657m2 allotment approx. this is a perfect development project with potential to build multi units at rear with existing dwelling or redevelop(STCA). Comfortable and well cared for, this much loved home is set within walking distance to all major amenities. Comprising 3 bedrooms, lounge room, functional kitchen & central bathroom.

Auction 15/02/2014 at 1:00pm Inspect THU 5:30PM - 6:00PM SAT 12:30PM - 1:00PM Agent Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

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Situated in the most sought after location of St Albans EAST. Walking distance to primary and secondary schools, Alfrieda shopping centre, train station, and easy access to Freeways. Comprises: 3 B/R with BIR’s, renovated bathroom, large lounge room, updated kitchen. Features: Ducted heating, air-conditioning, set on 700m2 approx. Potential to build two properties at the rear and keep existing house(STCA).

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INVEST OR OCCUPY Inspect Agent

SAT 2:00PM - 2:30PM Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024 Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228

An exceptional opportunity has arisen to purchase this beautifully presented family home nestled in a quiet and convenient location. Offering 3 B/R with BIRs, sun filled lounge, modern kitchen/meals area and bathroom. Features: ducted heating, evaporative cooling, roller shutters, alarm system. Located within minutes walk to schools, Brimbank Shopping Centre, public transport and easy access to Western Ring Road.

Price $330,000 - $349,000 Inspect WED 5:30PM - 6:00PM SAT 2:30PM - 3:00PM Agent Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

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Secure an investment opportunity or ideal for first home buyer. This lovely 3B/R, BV home is located close to shops, schools, church, bus stops and Ginifer Train Station, few minutes drive to Sunshine hospital, easy access to Western Ring Road. Comprises of 3 bedrooms, main bathroom, kitchen/meals area, large lounge room.

4 LEE STREET ST ALBANS

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NICE TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS

Located in a prime location only 5 minutes away from Brimbank Shopping Centre, St Albans Train station, & a selection both primary & secondary schools, this single storey 3 bedroom brick home sitting on 657sqm of land approx, represents a fantastic and exceedingly rare opportunity for first home buyers or investors.

Price Inspect Agent

23 GUM ROAD KINGS PARK FAMILY GEM YES this great home is packed to the rafters including huge double garage with remote control,ducted heating ,AC and polished floor set on a large corner allotment boasts 3 large bedrooms all with BIR´s,ensuite and WIR to main,formal lounge.

2 kitchen areas for possible multiple living arrangements, 4 toilets , main bedroom with full ensuite, alarm system , ducted heating, evaporative cooling . All this plus easy freeway access .

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$340,000 - $360,000 BY APPOINTMENT Edward Hedegen 0401 946 597

Deli for Sale at busy Shopping Centre in western suburb Average taking $6500 Approx. P/W Total outgoing $4500 Approx. P/M Call for inspection

Inspect Agent

32 KIPARRA CLOSE ST ALBANS

25 SUNNINGDALE DRIVE HILLSIDE

37 IMPERIAL AVENUE SUNSHINE NORTH

BIG HOUSE , HUGE POTENTIAL

IDEAL LOCATION TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME

INDUSTRIAL VACANT LAND

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9 Alfrieda Street St Albans

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Situated very close to Keilor Melton Highway, Water Gardens shopping centre, railway station, primary & secondary schools. Call now for more information.

BY APPOINTMENT Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

Land size 580 Sqm Approx. Close to Western Ring Road

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$235,000 - $250,000 Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

Price Agent

$175,000 - $185,000 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024 Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228


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67 BURROWYE CRESCENT KEILOR

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16 CLEVELAND STREET ST ALBANS

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An easy living plan includes formal lounge and dining / family room, 3 bedrooms (master with WIR’s and ensuite) plus study, central bathroom with spa and spacious rumpus room area. Complemented by a double garage with side driveway.

Price Inspect Agent

$690,000 - $740,000 BY APPOINTMENT Edward Hedegen 0401 946 597 John Falcone 0413 111 060

Town planning approved to build three town houses and one unit. Situated within short distance to St Albans Train Station, schools, Victoria University, shopping centres and easy access to Western Ring Road.

Price Agent

$440,000 - $475,000 Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

PROPERTIES RECENTLY SOLD WHILE YOU WERE ON HOLIDAYS 19 EISNER STREET ST ALBANS FULLY RENOVATED Immaculate home,three bedrooms with BIR´s, formal lounge, updated bright bathroom and a fully renovated kitchen adjoining open meals area, airconditioning, polished timber floor boards.

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1/32 Elizabeth Street, St Albans 20 Clover Avenue, St Albans East 1/9 Frost Drive, Delahey 22 Harmon Avenue, St Albans East 29 Norman Street, St Albans East 25 Rhodes Street, St Albans South 31 Kippara Close, St Albans East 10 Alfrieda Street, St Albans Centre (Business)

ST ALBANS BE YOUR OWN BOSS! This modern Fish & Chips & BBQ Chicken business has much to offer,Takings $4000 per week (approx.) still growing ,rent $2972 PCM ,lease 4 years plus 5 years,magnificent set up , open 6 days.

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$129,000 BY APPOINTMENT Seka Sovilj 0468 814 228 Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024

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7 DOUGLAS AVENUE ST ALBANS HUGE POTENTIAL! HUGE OPPORTUNITY! Double front window shop with kitchen and bathroom,5 bedrooms and bathroom with separate entry,3 bedrooms,kitchen,lounge and bathroom.

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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING OR WANT TO KNOW THE VALUE OF YOUR PROPERTY PLEASE CALL US FOR A FREE MARKET APPRAISAL For Sale Agent

Edward Hedegen - 0401 946 597

5 ANNETTA COURT ALBANVALE

2/66 KURUNG DRIVE KINGS PARK

BUDGET BUYING / PRIME INVESTMENT

CUTE ,TOO GOOD TO BE MISSED!

This affordable 3 bedroom house with lounge room and meals area , updated kitchen , huge garage and much more.

Price Inspect Agent

$270,000 - $295,000 BY APPOINTMENT Tom Nguyen 0418 300 024 Edward Herdegen 0401 946 597

If you are looking for something just right ,then this may be the one.This unit offers 2 good sized bedrooms , all with BIR´s, modern kitchen and bathroom. Spacious lounge , indoor beautiful entertainment area ,roller shutters and much more.

20 CLOVER AVENUE ST ALBANS MAGNIFICENT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Situated in a quiet location and close to all facilities: schools, bus stops and a few minutes walk to Ginifer train station . Comprising: 3 bedrooms, large lounge room, kitchen and meals area, brick garage & double carport.

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OPPORTUNITY ARRIVES IN ST ALBANS

ST ALBANS

AN investment opportunity has just arrived in this conveniently located home in St Albans East. It is a short distance from all amenities including shopping centres, entertaining complex, public transport is at the doorstep and various schools are just across the road. This brick and veneer home has three good sized bedrooms, a two-way bathroom, formal lounge, kitchen with huge dining area, second bathroom, two toilets, laundry and workshop. The land size is about 510 square metres. There is also an existing one bedroom unit out the back which includes a modern bathroom, one good sized bedroom, car spaces and permit

to build a two-bedroom unit. The land size is 172 square metres.

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RENTAL OF THE WEEK TAYLORS LAKES

13 BLACKMAN CRESCENT Immaculate double storey house with three bedrooms with built in robes. Features study, ensuite and balcony to master bedroom, double garage with remote, separate living area and formal lounge. Includes alarm, central heating and cooling, gas hotplates, electric oven, dishwasher, carpets upstairs, floorboards downstairs, upstairs entertainment area / retreat and landscaped gardens.

Rental Per Week: $450 Bond: $1,950

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23 Clarendon Drive Inspect: By appointment Price: $350,000 - $380,000 Contact: Mohammed Safatli, 0414 622 170 CALDER REAL ESTATE DELAHEY, 9307 6833

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

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THE agent believes this dignified home is perfect for raising a young family. The home is set over two levels on a serene and generous allotment which is close to parks and freeway access. It has an open kitchen which overlooks the meals and family zone to the rumpus area which has a wood fire heater. A spacious pergola provides a seamless union which is perfect for indoor-outdoor entertaining during all sorts of gatherings. Four bedrooms are spread over the top level, the main with an ensuite and walkin wardrobe, others fitted with built-in wardrobes and serviced by a bathroom which is flooded with sunlight. Additionally, the home is fitted with evaporative cooling, gas ducted heating, spa to main bathroom alarm, ducted vacuum, dishwasher and roller shutters, while the two-car garage with remote controlled door allows rear access.

UNITS/FLATS/ TOWNHOUSES

LESTER AVE, 3BR WB house + sgl garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $260PW

ST ALBANS CONRAD ST, as new 3BR unit, dbl gge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330PW LET AVONDALE AVE, 2BR BV townhouse + sgl gge . . . . . . . . . . . CHARLES ST, New 3BR unit, 2 bathroom, 3wc + sgle gge . $380PW CHARLES ST, New 3BR unit, 2 bathroom, 3wc + carport . . $380PW MAIN RD WEST, 2BR BV flat + car space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200PW BIGGS ST, NEW 2 BR + study unit + sgl garage . . . . . . . . . . $315PW LET WEST ESPLANADE, 2BR BV unit, 2 split sys, cport. . . . . . . . LET LUXFORD STREET, 3BR BV unit, split system, single gge . . KATE ST 1BR bungalow, kitchen, bath & lounge . . . . . . . . . . $180PW AVONDALE AVE 3BR brick townhouse, cooling, sgl gge . . . . $360PW POWER ST, 3BR BV unit + 2 car space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $270PW KINGSVILLE EDGAR ST, 2BR flat, built in robes + carspace . . . . . . . . . . . . $230PW SYDENHAM BEAUMONT CRT, 2BR Brick unit, sgl gge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $275PW LET VICTORIA RD, 3BR unit + dbl garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VICTORIA RD, 3BR unit + sgl garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $295PW

SYDENHAM

HOUSES ST ALBANS CONRAD ST, 2BR house + 1BR sleep out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $290PW GLENDENNING ST, 3BR house, gas wall heater . . . . . . . . . . $280PW COWPER AVE, 2BR house, aircon, garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $290PW LET CORNHILL ST, 3BR WB house + dbl carport, includes lawn . . KATE ST 3BR brick house, cooling, single garage . . . . . . . . . $310PW LET SHIRLEY ST 3BR house, ensuite, cool, dbl c/port, sgl gge . . LET CONRAD ST 2BR house, cooling, single garage . . . . . . . . . . . BENT ST 3BR brick house,ac, lockup c/port, include lawns . $290PW

VICTORIA RD 3BR brick house, double garage . . . . . . . . . . . $320PW TAYLORS LAKES BLACKMAN CRES, 3BR + study, 2 storey BV house + dbl gge . $450PW BURNSIDE LEWIS AVE Semi house, 1 furn BR, study, ac, inc utilities . . $220PW SEDDON YOUNG ST, 3BR house, 2 carspaces, floorboards . . . . . . . . $450PW

SHOPS/OFFICES/FACTORIES KEALBA STENSON RD, Shop 95m2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 675PW STENSON RD, 1st floor office, approx. 95m2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . $495PW ST ALBANS ALFRIEDA ST, 1st floor offices from 15m 2 - 23m2 . . . $145 - $290PW MAIN RD EAST, Arcade shop, approx 50m 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $415PW EAST KEILOR SLATER PDE, 1st Floor Office, approx 100m2 . . . . . . . . . . . . $350PW LAVERTON NORTH EVERAISE CT, Factory approx 150m² . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $345PW RAVENHALL WESTWOOD DR, Indust. W/house, approx 165m2 + mezzanine. $350PW SUNSHINE NORTH DAVIES AVE, Factoryette, approx 170m². . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300PW CROMER AVE, Factory approx 340m² . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $370PW TOTTENHAM JAMES CRT, factory, approx. 170m² . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $325PW

Westside Real Estate Selecting the right tenants

1A ALFRIEDA ST, ST ALBANS

9364 1188

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Breen joins with Gift sprinters London Olympic Games competing in the 100m and relay events. Melissa will also be undertaking a junior’s Athletics clinic at this year’s St Albans Gift prior to the event commencing. There will also be little Athletics competition included in this year’s meeting as an addition to the previous. Organisers anticipate an exceptional turnout as for the first

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By LIAM TWOMEY A SEVEN-wicket haul from gun quick Jake Haberfield has put Footscray Edgewater in the box seat of its Premier Cricket clash with Melbourne Uni. In the first match back from the Christmas break, Haberfield picked up exactly where he left off in the first half of the season, removing opening batsman Thomas Polkinghorne for a duck. That was only the beginning of the pain for the batting side though as the former South Australian proved a constant headache throughout the innings. Haberfield’s figures of 7/67 take his season tally to 34 at an average of just 14.15. The constant flow of wickets restricted Melbourne Uni to 227 from 72.4 overs. Mark Simpson was the pick of the batsmen with 61 while Daniel Hutton also made 38. For Footscray, the remaining wickets were taken by Hamish Winter-Irving (2/35) and Michael Kelly (1/33). Footscray captain Dean Russ was full of praise for Haberfield. “The big thing that surprises me the most about Jake is his ability to bowl long spells and maintain his pace,” he said. In his opening spell he bowled 12 overs on the trot and bowled 23 overs for the day which is just an outstanding effort. It just shows his quality as a bowler. “I would have thought 250 to 270 is probably par at that ground. The deck was quite tacky and offered us a bit early. Having them 4/50 we wanted to strive to contain them to under 200. At the end of the day, rolling them for 227, you would take that.” With 14 overs left in the day’s play, Russ and Anthony Barton padded up for the Bulldogs and raced to an impressive start. The pair added 52 for the first wicket before Barton was removed by Fawad Ahmed for 23. Footscray will resume its innings this week at 1/56, needing a further 172 to claim victory. Russ said batting in partnerships and the battle with Ahmed would be the key to chasing down the remaining runs this week. “I think if we can starve him (Ahmed) from wickets, that is probably the biggest one,” Russ said. “He is a very good bowler. If we can stop him from getting wickets as much as possible and score at the other end, that will be a key. “The biggest thing is just partnerships. If one bloke in the top five can go on and get a 70 or an 80 at least, that should be enough to see us through.”

Tough ask for United FOOTSCRAY United went into Saturday’s North Division Turf Cricket clash with PEGS as a heavy underdog, and by game’s end the inevitable eventuated. It was a one-day clash that pitted top versus bottom, with United choosing to send PEGS in to bat first at Scovell Reserve. For a while that decision by United skipper Damian Grainger looked a winner, as Keilor Park-based PEGS faltered through the early portions of its innings and was in some trouble at 3/23 before Srinand Yalamanchili (57) and Adam Dudderidge (49) combined for 110 to restore balance in PEGS’s favour. An unbeaten 41 from Suranjith Silva late in the piece ensured PEGS a strong finish, setting Footscray United a formidable 214 for victory with three wickets in hand after 40 overs. Despite a solid 49 from Dadimuni Geeth Silva, United could only last 30 overs before losing all 10 wickets, making only 102 in the process. SUNSHINE United knocked off Point Cook in a top-of-the-table clash at Saltwater Reserve in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association’s West B1 competition on Saturday. After being sent in on the road, United posted a healthy 8/167 in its 40over dig. In response Point Cook was poor, faltering to a measly all-out 91 from just 30 overs. Chris Kavanagh was the only Point Cook batsman to hit double figures, making 38 before getting bowled. In other results from the division, Newport-Digman was far too good for Deer Park Ardeer at John McLeod Reserve on Saturday. After being sent in, Newport Digman posted a very healthy 5/202, before restricting Deer Park Ardeer to 113 in 36.2 overs. Meanwhile, Sunshine Heights remains in the top four after easily getting past Wyndham Vale at Ainsworth Reserve. Heights could only reach 160 in the first innings, but managed to restrict Wyndham Vale to 72, bowling them out in 25.4 overs.

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SUNSHINE claimed a nailbiting victory against Western Suburbs rival Yarraville in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association on Saturday. With both teams needing a win to kick off the New Year, Yarraville made first use with the bat and posted a tough score of 7/178 at the end of its 45 overs. Matthew Love was the best of the Eagles’ batsmen with a classy 76 before he was caught by Sunshine coach Mark Brown

off the bowling of Kane Twentyman. Troy Stone was the pick of the Crows’ bowlers taking 3/30 from his eight overs. In reply, Sunshine made a horror start to the run chase to be 2/8. However, the Crows were able to regroup thanks to a brilliant middle order partnership from Fayaz Ughradar (49) and Laka Ullah Khan (42). The pair came together with the score at 4/55 and added a vital 67.

The partnership was just the boost the Crows needed as they went on to reach the target in the last over of the day for the loss of just six wickets. The victory is Sunshine’s third of the VSDCA season and lifts the Crows into 10th spot on the ladder. Yarraville remains one spot further back in 11th with just the two wins for the season. When round nine begins this weekend, Sunshine will take on Noble Park while Yarraville will meet Box Hill.

GRAND United has finally succumbed - its first loss of the summer - going down to West Newport in the Williamstown and District Cricket Association’s A Turf competition on Saturday. Choosing to bat first at West Newport’s Loft Reserve, Grand United recovered from a dicey start to reach 7/186 in the one-day clash. At 2/2 the visitors were in serious trouble, but a very solid showing from the middle order ensured Grand United a respectable final total. West Newport then made much better use of the wicket, with opener Ross Cassidy setting the tone from start to finish, scoring an unbeaten 63. With the support of skipper Trent Jones (50) batting at number four, West Newport reached its target in 35 overs, ending the game at 4/187. Other winners in the A Turf competition on Saturday were Williamstown Imperials, Williamstown Colts, Melton Centrals and Bellbridge. FOLLOWING the appointment of senior interleague head coach Brett Jacobs the Western Region Football League has announced two new members to join the coaching committee, with league great Steve Thom appointed as chairman of selectors and Altona Vikings reserves coach Aaron Freeland as assistant coach. With nearly 60 years of experience in the WRFL between the three men, the league is in good hands when it comes up against the Southern Football League in the 2014 AFL Victoria Metro Championships held on March 29 at Visy Park. With over 1500 senior players registered in the WRFL in 2013, the selection process for the final representative squad will not be an easy task. “Obviously there are a lot of great players in the league, but what we’re looking for are players who are 100 per cent committed to the team and who share the belief that it is a privilege to wear the WRFL jumper and represent football in the West,” Thom said.

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In the Bear lair By ADEM SARICAOGLU BURNSIDE Heights is now less than three months away from making its senior debut in the Essendon District Football League. The Bears have been impressive since indicating their intention to enter the league’s senior ranks in the middle of last year, gaining formal approval shortly after the season’s climax. With senior coach Shane Rayment and club president Justin Peagram at the helm, the EDFL’s newest club has surprised everyone with its successful off-season. While it’s much too early to judge just how Burnside Heights will go in Division Two, the signs, so far at least, are looking very good. “I think there are 29 that have officially signed and we’ve got a commitment from another 25 to 30 players that we’ll look to tie up once pre-season kicks off,” Rayment told Star. Rayment then said he still expects that number to increase even more in coming months. “The issue of signing guys won’t be a problem, but from a recruiting point of view we’ve still got young guys that are still contacting us and other players that are contacting us,” he explained. “But we’re just happy to sign anybody that wants to play a game of footy and that shows a little bit of commitment to what we’re doing.” Burnside Heights will host East Sunbury in round one during the first weekend of April and will most likely go into the clash as favourite against the club that couldn’t score a win in its inaugural season last year. While Rayment believes the “bigger and better sides” will be too good for the Bears in 2014, he hopes to be able to string a couple of wins together throughout the year. However the Bears are aware instant success is not a necessity for a fledging club, and for now Rayment and his team hopes to build a strong, enjoyable culture for their growing playing group. “It’s just a really positive energy around the place and everybody that’s involved with the club at this point in time is working really hard and diligently,” Rayment said. “It’s probably the first time in a while I’m really enjoying what’s happening within the inner sanctum of a footy club, which is fantastic.” An announcement on inaugural club captains will be made closer to the start of the new season.

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Keilor breaks the ice By ADEM SARICAOGLU KEILOR finally scored its first win of the summer in Senior Division Turf Cricket with a 31-run one-day victory over Brighton District on Saturday. The Blues were sent in to bat at Robert Bruce Reserve and managed to reach 9/182 after a shaky start to their 40-over dig. In response, the visitors were bowled out for 151 with two overs to spare. Keilor coach Mick Andreadis said his side was “long overdue” for a win on Saturday, admitting a slight weight had been lifted off his team’s shoulders after struggling through a

winless stretch of six games to start the season. “There probably was a little bit of a sense of relief but we knew (a win) was coming,” Andreadis said. “We didn’t think it was that far away and most importantly, now we’ve got to make sure we back it up with a strong performance next week.” The Blues were in early trouble at 2/2, but a solid knock from Warren Kelly (64) that was well supported by Lachlan Sneddon (54) helped save the innings. The pair combined for 92 for the sixth wicket before Keilor’s tail tacked on another 19 runs. Then with the ball, Matt Will-

mott was the pick of the bowlers on his way to claiming three Brighton District wickets, while skipper Jody Hutchinson and Mubasher Hassan each snared two of their own during the doomed run chase. Andreadis, who believes Keilor’s one-day form has been OK, praised his batsmen for setting up the win during the first half the game. “We’ve actually been playing the one-dayers pretty well, we just haven’t had the experience or the polish toward the end,” Andreadis said. “It was a good display by the batsmen to give us a score we knew we could defend and the bowlers did their job.”

Keilor remains last on the table but will not have to face any of the current top four in its remaining fixtures for the summer. While Andreadis has been pleased to see the continued development and improvement of future prospects Daniel Venables, Luke Delbridge, Jarryd Clements and Sneddon, he is also quite mindful avoiding relegation is going to be a main priority for the rest of the summer. “We’re in a catch-22 where we want to win but we also want to develop,” he said. “So ideally, to avoid relegation would be great in developing the young boys.”

Saints squad review By ADEM SARICAOGLU

Burnside Heights coach Shane Rayment has been impressed with the progress his club has made so far this summer. 105157 Picture: JOE MASTROIANNI

FORMER Dandenong Thunder manager Toby Paterson will take charge of the St Albans Saints in State League football this season. Paterson, alongside newly appointed assistant Steve Laurie, will coach the former Victorian Premier League club that struggled under Micky Colina, who was sacked as coach last August. “It’s a big club, St Albans, and it’s a new, fresh and exciting challenge,” Paterson said. “(I’m) looking forward to the new challenge at Dinamo. “The people of the club have done a fantastic job in getting the facilities to where they are, which is a major factor in attracting players to the club.” The Saints will likely not be entering the new National Premier League currently being rolled out in Victoria, opting instead to remain a State League club for the time being. But while Dinamo may not be

taking part in the state’s newly formed top flight competition, Paterson and his Saints will be keen for on-field success in 2014. “I‘ll be hoping for a top four or five finish, that’s the minimum we’ll be going for,” Paterson told Star. “Obviously I need to look at the current squad we have along with the additions into it, which I’ll find out more about into the pre-season, but for now it’s to finish as high as we can up on the ladder. “The club has certainly not put any pressure on me directly, saying that we have to win the championship. What they’ve said is that the aim is to get us as high up the league as possible and that will be my aim.” With official pre-season training starting last week, Paterson and his staff will now be using much of the summer period piecing together their squad. Though Paterson hopes to maintain some experience, he expects the majority of the final squad to be filled with a promising crop of young talent.

St Albans president Robert Colina with new coach, Toby Paterson. 112632 Picture: CONTRIBUTED “I’m hoping that we’re going to retain most of last season’s squad along with new additions,” he said. “We’ve already spoken to players from a number of clubs who are interested in coming along to St Albans, so there will be a little bit of

re-shuffling.” Meanwhile former Melbourne Victory midfielder Tom Pondeljak hopes to make an on-field comeback for Dinamo this year after injury forced him to the sideline in 2013.

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It pays to promote HAPPY New Year. 2014 has come along very quickly and there is a lot on the sporting calendar for this year that excites me and I am sure it excites you. Cricket is heading towards the finals and Werribee Cricket Club is going well and is the only local club who has kept me informed of its progress so far this season. While I don’t want to start the year on a downer, I have to ask the question: What is wrong with other clubs in the area? You are doing a fine job of NOT promoting your sport and your club, please take a bow. Don’t whinge to me or ask me for publicity for an event in the future if that is your attitude. It only takes an email to remedy the situation. Make it happen. I AM excited, as are a lot of people in local footy circles, by the fact that a WRFL senior interleague side will be representing the West for the first time in over a decade at the Victorian Metro Championships on 29 March at Visy Park. The league has named a preliminary squad of 70 players from both Division One and Two players. One player who was not named was Shannon Broadbent of Deer Park. Social media went to town on Shannon and as is usually the case they got it wrong. The league thought Shannon was not going to play in the WRFL in 2014 so they did not include him in the squad. When they discovered that that information was incorrect they contacted him and he immediately committed to the squad. So the detractors on Big Footy and other social media can back off. My understanding is that Shannon is looking forward to the game and representing the WRFL. I AM intrigued to know if local pubs and clubs have experienced a lift in the interest and involvement in darts in the last few weeks on the back of the International Darts Competition held at Etihad Stadium last weekend. The Wizard of Oz, Simon Whitlock (a Bulldogs supporter) was in town and the stadium hosted about 8000 fans nightly to witness the competition. I am intrigued to know if you think it is a legitimate sport or just a pastime and whether you would go to an event in the future more than once. I wonder if this is a novelty event? I AM really enjoying doing the SEN Cricket Show “Howzat” with Rodney Hogg, Smokey Dawson and Adam Dale. It has given me the chance to talk to some of my cricketing idols like Doug Walters, David Boon and Greg Chappell. We are on for a few weeks more so tune in Saturdays at 11am. Footy is not far away with the Bulldogs Family Day coming up on Sunday 9 February at Whitten Oval from 9.30am. WERRIBEE Cricket Club has started 2014 off in great fashion and are on track for a very successful year. The first X1 scored a comfortable win in the first game of the new year, with the Dean brothers starring with the bat. The best news for the club is that all four senior sides are in the top four and bound for finals. The club is holding its Pink Stumps Day for the McGrath Foundation on 22 February and will be hosting a Ladies High Tea on the day from 2pm to 5pm. If you would like to donate any goods or services to the auction on the day or if you would like to attend contact Deb Dean deeno@bigpond.net.au. The club is organising a special guest speaker for the high tea so it should be a great afternoon. IF you have any news or events please let me know on email kevin@howdypartnersmedia. com.au and you can follow me on Twitter @ KevinHillier and check out the website howdypartnersmedia.com.au

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DEER Park Bowls Club president Ray Franksen couldn’t have been happier with his troops going into the Christmas break. The club has two teams on top of the Bowls Victoria Pennant Competition ladder (section one and section five) while two other teams (section six and section seven) are also locked inside the top four. To highlight its dominance, Deer Park has won 26 matches for the year and lost just 12 across its top four teams. “We were all very happy with the first part of the season,” Franksen said. “The hardest part now is trying to fit those players into the sides and keep them as active as what they are. We have an abundance of really strong players. “These are quality players too. It is going to be a very difficult job for the selectors to get the sides sorted out.” After the dominating start to the season, all that remains for one of the West’s fastest growing bowls clubs is to finish off the hard work in finals. While the majority of pennant sides focus on the results of their top side at the business end of the season, Deer Park is concentrating on its lower grades with the club hoping to bridge the gap between division one (top side) and division five (second side). “We have worked hard to get where we are,” Franksen said. “We really need our division five, six and seven sides to get up now. If our division one side doesn’t win a premiership, it’s not the end of the world. We have plenty of time to get into Premier League. “We really need three or four years in division one before we tackle Premier League. There is nothing worse than going up and then going straight back down. We have worked hard to get where we are, and we don’t want to waste those opportunities.” Deer Park will resume its season this weekend against eighth-placed MCC. The club will also be hosting an Open Fours Tournament in late March. Anyone seeking more information is encouraged to contact the club.

James Laverty, above, bowling for Deer Park earlier this season against Werribee. 108220 Picture: DAMIAN VISENTINI

Results CRICKET PREMIER RND 14: Greenvale Kangaroos 120 (P. Manser 34, J. Reed 6/37) v Geelong 5/239 (K. Sawas 78, E. Vines 57, M.M. Harrison 54*). Essendon 286 (N. Perera 96, L. Cameron 30, J. Eaton 29, A. Shellie 25, M. Doric 25*, A.B. Wise 3/63, S.E. Griffin 3/64, S. Garrett 3/64) v Richmond 1/7. Melbourne Uni 227 (M.G. Simpson 61, D.B. Hutton 38, B. Fletcher 31, S. Reid 31*, J.A. Haberfield 7/67, H. Winter-Irving 2/35) v Footscray Edgewater 1/56 (D. Russ 30*). VSDCA RND 8: EAST WEST 1ST XI: Roxburgh Park/ Broadmeadows 149 (Kanagasabapathy 78) d Williamstown 59 (Plunkett 5/12). Endeavour Hills 8/177 (C. Peake 60) d Melton 114. Werribee 1/124 (M. Dean 55) d Noble Park 9/121. Sunshine 6/180 d Yarraville 7/178 (Love 76). Oakleigh 9/190 d Altona 7/188 (Jones 68*). EAST WEST 2ND XI: Oakleigh 2/150 (Harrison 61, Townsend 56) d Altona 6/148 (Donazzon 64*). Yarraville 8/252 (O’Grady 111, Harvey 65) d Sunshine 155 (Noble 5/35). Melton 7/140 (Wilson 74, Stead 65) d Endeavour Hills 153. Werribee 144 d Noble Park 139 (Crozia 53). NORTH WEST 3RD XI: Sunshine 7/100 d Yarraville 97. Plenty Valley 146 d Altona 115 (Taylor 5/30, Callahan 5/25). Werribee 7/272 (Duxson 56, Buchanan 52) d Brunswick 199. Melton 7/183 d Coburg 8/181. Williamstown v Roxburgh Park/Broadmeadows (no play). NORTH WEST 4TH XI: Williamstown 5/114 d Roxburgh Park/Broadmeadows 113. Plenty Valley 6/103 d Altona 9/102. Coburg 7/264 (Shetna 152) d Melton 7/211 (Vernon 65*). Yarraville 2/73 d Sunshine 69. WDCA RND 9: Williamstown Imperials 148 (K. Stebbing 39, D. Murcott 5/23) d Williamstown

Congs 86 (J. Dart 3/12, G. Robson 2/13). West Newport 4/187 (R. Cassidy 63*, T. Jones 50) d Grand United 7/186cc (J. Macdonald 40, L. John 39, L. Browes 34, J. Preston 31, C.W. Irving 2/30, T. Jones 2/38). Williamstown Colts 7/209cc (D. Rogers 48, R. Harb 38, M. Truswell 3/45, C. Camenzuli 3/46) d Melton South PS 125 (A. Yates 25, D. Pirro 25, R. Bodla 4/8, R. Shukla 2/24, A. Mehla 2/26). Melton Centrals 5/123 (J. Orr 36, C. Wilson 25*, A. Fine 2/15, N. Keating 2/23) d Gellibrand 9/122cc (N. Keating 28, A. Aggarwal 3/28, C. Patmore 2/21, S. Lumley 2/36, M. Murphy 2/36). Bellbridge 8/193cc (S. Nolan 100, L. Blake 31) d St Johns 7/151 (A. Masterson 2/21, M. Croswell 2/27, B. Powell 2/46). NWMCA GEORGE LUSCOMBE SHIELD: RND 10: Sydenham/Hillside 9/132 (D. Day 4/27) d Buckley Park 6/131cc. Gladstone Park 5/205cc (S. Milne 59, M. Nyhus 57, P. Xuereb 26*, G. Bonney 3/36, C. Vecchie 2/52) d Clarkefield Brumbies 135 (A. Shanahan 4/30, A. Fackler 2/14, D. Jayawardana 2/29). Strathmore Heights 9/133 (J. Kolep 40, T. Krizanic 3/29, E. Long 3/35) d KealbaGreen Gully 130 (J. Caterino 39, J. Kolep 2/11, R.S. LaRose 2/23, J. Weymouth 2/25, J. Fielding 2/43). VTCA RND 7: St Bernard’s 8/181cc (A. McInnes 3/26, C. Williams 2/41) d Bentleigh 7/173cc (G.R. Todd 52*, J. Keyt 37, C. Williams 30). Greenvale 6/165cc (J. Brown 70, E. Wilson 30, G. Courts 26*, D. Brown 2/29) d Hoppers Crossing 116 (A. Jan 35, J. Brown 4/13, C. Darshana 3/8). Yarraville Club 4/171 (B. Pope 49, A. Mato 35, A. Cullen 31, J. Baker 27) d Old Mentonians 128 (R, Zelem 53, E.S. Bronca 3/33, A.

Contessa 2/21, R. Sherlock 2/22). Beaumaris 6/207 (I.A. Cockbain 84, C.J. Salmon 39, I. Blanchett 2/32) d Airport West St Christophers 101 (D.R. Cooray 3, D. Sinnott 27, I.S. Hewett 3/15, C.J. Salmon 2/10). Sth Caulfield 9/188cc (D.J. Davies 42, S. Jeffree 36*, R. Wiley 33, S.A. Sanders 2/21, N. Pantland 2/41) d Strathmore 7/173cc (S.A. Sanders 44, N. Bergin 35*, M. Reynolds 32, L. Gouzenfiter 2/24, S. Jeffree 2/24). Keilor 9/182cc (W. Kelly 64, L. Sneddon 54*, M. Hassan 33, L. Stewart 3/15, D. Dickson 2/27, G. Bacon 2/27) d Brighton Dist 151 (J.D. Craigs 63, D. Dickson 27, M. Willmott 3/35, J. Hutchinson 2/22, M. Hassan 2/27). WSUCCA RND 8: A GRADE: Altona Sports 226 d Hoppers Crossing 136. Charles Sturt Uni 8/242 (R.H. Wewalwala 59, A.D. Ranawaka Arachchige 43) d Rockbank 99 (A.D. Ranawaka Arachchige 4/23, N.D. Angunna Gamage 3/37). Eynesbury Eagles 2/115 (B. McGrath 51) d St Johns 9/112 (J. Siedlecki 3/19). B GRADE: Altona Sports 7/142 d Hoppers Crossing 7/95. St Johns 5/185 (J. Cassar 4/31) d Williamstown Congs 7/178 (C. Tucker 49, M. Lanciana 47, A. Becker 37). Footscray ANA 4/127 d Kingsville Baptists 123. United Tarneit 9/178 (N. Moon 3/38, M.J. Nolton 3/57) d Altona Roosters 7/177 (B. Neal 37, M. Robinson 36). NOTE:* - not out. BASEBALL SUMMER LGE DIV 1: Blackburn 10 d Newport 6. Melbourne 4 d Sunshine 0. Essendon 7 d Sandringham 0. DIV 2: Williamstown 9 d Springvale 2.

RESERVES: Williamstown 20 d Springvale 2. DIV 3: Footscray 9 d North West 5. Ormond GH 19 d Monash University 2. CYCLING FOOTSCRAY A GRADE: 1st B. Woodlock (BCC), 2nd M. Kiernan (BCC), 3rd D. Tozer (St Kilda). B GRADE: 1st M. Crawford, 2nd E. Armstrong (HCC), 3rd R. Shannon. C GRADE: 1st P. Nyeholt (GCC), 2nd J. Ryan, 3rd G. Zammit. D GRADE: 1st V. Tiu, 2nd J. Scillo, 3rd S. Jones (St Kilda). E GRADE: 1st G. Frislie (BCC), 2nd A. Hill, 3rd C. Brown. GOLF KILMORE SAT: STABLEFORD: A GRADE: 1st K. Nesbitt (5) 40pts. 2nd J. Reeves (11) 38pts c/b. 3rd B. Matthews (13) 38pts. B GRADE: 1st S. Stavrinou (17) 38pts. 2nd J. Ioannidis (15) 36pts c/b. 3rd B. Nicholls (17) 36pts c/b. C GRADE: 1st P. Hay (31) 39pts c/b. 2nd J. Thomas (20) 39pts c/b. 3rd B. Kimberley (24) 39pts c/b. NTP: J. Reeves 7th, J. Ioannidis 12th, G. Vine 17th. SUPER PIN: J. Carr 10th. DRIVE & PITCH: D. Carmody 1st. EAGLE: N. Ware 5th. MIXED: 4BBB STABLEFORD: 1st B. Grinter (22)/T. Grinter (15) 47pts. 2nd E. Hall (15)/B. Johnstone (23) 46pts. NTP: K. Gardner 10th, B. Mckenzie 17th. ROMSEY SAT: STROKE: Winner S. Poulton 98 (29) 69. Runners-up, N. Jarman 85 (14) 71 & R. Rea 89 (17) 72. NTP: N. Jarman 1st, C. Vandervliet 15th.

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