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Car theft crime By CHARLENE MACAULAY LOCK up your cars - the City of Maribyrnong has been named as one of the top 50 areas in Australia for short term car theft. The National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council’s motor vehicle theft report shows Mairbyrnong ranked 50th for short term car thefts and 48th for profit-based car thefts in the country, with 340 vehicles stolen from the area over the 2012-13 financial year. Short term theft represents cars stolen by opportunistic thieves to use in other crimes or joy riding and are always recovered by police. Profit motivated theft represents cars that are stolen to be sold off as a whole or for spare parts. Footscray Police Inspector Tony Long said it was disappointing to see Maribyrnong on the list. “It is important to note that we have been working very hard on reducing the number of vehicle crime offences here in Maribyrnong,” he said. “We have a specific team of police, the Crime Impact Team, which work specifically on vehicle related crime. “They have had great success and when coupled with the efforts of all our other works units, we have been able to reduce vehicle theft by

over 35 per cent.” Insp Long said the low socioeconomic status of the municipality, combined with the high rate of university students meant that there were older cars on the City of Maribyrnong’s roads, which were easier to break into than newer models. The report found that 48 per cent of all vehicle thefts in Australia took place in residential dwellings, up from 43 per cent over 2008-09. Insp Long said there were a number of steps drivers could take to prevent vehicle theft. “Firstly, keep your car locked you’d be surprised how many people forget this basic step to prevent access to their car. “If the vehicle is parked at home, obviously the best place is in a locked garage. If that’s not possible, a vehicle parked up a driveway, preferably behind locked gates is next best and if you can, fit an alarm and immobiliser. “The cost of these additions can be prohibitive, so if that’s out of your reach you can’t beat the plain old fashioned Club Lock. It’s cheap, needs no professional fitting and it works.”

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TWO Melbourne artists will be busy playing Cupid at Highpoint Shopping Centre this week. Kate Pullen, pictured, and Gaston Castagnet will create free handcrafted love notes for customers wanting to put a special touch on their Valentine’s Day gifts. Ms Pullen, who is a graphic designer, illustrator and typographer, said some couples struggle to find the right words to express their love for each other. “We’re not all Jane Austen-style romantics, so we’ll be lending customers a hand to help them communicate a message of love in an original and inspired way,” she said. “It’s so nice to get a card and letter that has been handwritten - the effort and thought is lovely.” The artists will be available this Thursday and Picture: DAMJAN JANEVSKI Friday outside David Jones on Level 2. 114176

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Units a bargain in Footscray By CHARLENE MACAULAY IF YOU’RE in the market for a unit or apartment, try Footscray or West Footscray. The two suburbs featured prominently in the top five bargain apartment sales across Melbourne earlier this month, with three properties making the list. The cheapest was a newly-renovated two-bedroom unit in Argyle St, West Footscray which sold for $340,000 before auction. The other two were two-bedroom apartments in the same Whitehall St apartment block, which sold for $410,000 and $420,000 respective-

ly. Paul Bird from the Real Estate Institute of Victoria said West Footscray in particular was a buyer’s market for apartments and units. “West Footscray is indeed one of the more affordable Melbourne suburbs in terms of apartments,” he said. “At $310,000 in the December quarter, it is well below the metropolitan median unit price of $498,000. “However, it should be noted that there were a lower than normal number of auctions last weekend (1 and 2 February) - there were only 90 - and next weekend there will be around 300.”

Nick Meddis from Biggin and Scott said many apartments and units were being bought as investment properties. “There are cheaper areas, but Footscray and West Footscray is starting to grow in value but is still affordable.” Dean Johnson from Sweeney Estate Agents in Footscray, who sold the Whitehall St apartments, said both apartments had sold for well above the median price for the suburb. “For inner Melbourne, they were cheap, but for Footscray per se, no - they were right up there,” he said. “Your average newer two-bed-

room apartment are only about mid$300,000s. “These were slightly bigger than your average, they had fantastic views of the city and it’s a small, boutique-type apartment block that is a mix of apartments and offices. “Footscray would still be the cheapest inner-suburb of Melbourne. “There’s a lot (of apartments) being built, or in the planning process. The State Government is trying to take the pressure of the CBD and make Footscray sort of a miniMelbourne.”

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Man knocked out on slide By CHARLENE MACAULAY A MAN in his forties was knocked unconscious on a water slide in one of many water accidents around the state. Paramedics were called to a public pool in Keilor Downs around 7.30pm on 2 February after the unconscious man was pulled from the water. The man was treated by paramedics and taken to Footscray’s Western Hospital in a stable condition. Ambulance Victoria Group Manager Graeme Parker the accident was one of many water incidents that Ambulance Victoria paramedics have attended to this month alone. Other incidents include a boy who was injured when he hit his head on the side of a pool doing a somersault at Berwick and a man in his thirties who was knocked unconscious after hitting something submerged while water skiing in Ebden. “Something so innocent as swimming in a pool can turn out tragically,” Mr Parker said. “It’s a timely response to the community this time of year. While water activities are a great past time and leisure activity, there’s a lot of danger associated with that. “Be careful around water. It’s something we see all too often.” Meanwhile, Sport and Recreation Minister Hugh Delahunty said it was important for families to be safe in and around the water - whether it was a pool, lake or beach. “Victorians need to pay closer attention to water safety after another increase in people drowning across the state,” Mr Delahunty said. “Every drowning death is a tragedy.”

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Canines set to strut their doggy fashions on the red carpet By CHARLENE MACAULAY DOES your dog have what it takes to become Yarraville’s next top model? The Yarraville Village Animal Hospital and Urban Paws Doggy Daycare are on the prowl for fashionable pooches across the West to take to the catwalk at the annual Pet Fashion Parade, which will run this month as part of the Yarraville Festival.

Previous years have seen dogs embrace their inner movie stars and emulate famous roles, while robot and superhero costumes are a perennial favourite. Pet owners can also get in on the act and dress up to complement their pooch. Last year, Buzz the dog won the crown for his Cadel Evans getup, backed up by owners Max and Charlie who dressed up in lycra and

helmets for the event. Popular comedian and media personality Dave O’Neil will return to the West to host the event alongside special guest judges Melinda De Payva from Urban Paws, Rhonda Dunmill from the Yarraville Village Animal Hospital, and Miss Gay and Miss Transsexual Australia Pageant organiser Gayzha Davao. “Organising and judging a dog fashion parade cannot be harder

than a Miss Australia contest,” Ms Davao said. Prizes will be given out to the craziest and most imaginatively dressed dogs. The event will run on 16 February from 2pm. Dogs and their owners can preregister or show up on the day. Call Urban Paws on 9077 0562 or Yarraville Village Animal Hospital on 9689 8100 to enter.

THE Maidstone Hall has been demolished to make way for a $630,000 revamp of the site. Maribyrnong City Council Mayor Grant Miles has told Star that asbestos has already been safely removed and demolition has been carried out to prepare the site, which will include two public tennis courts, a refurbished tennis pavilion and a new and extended park. The masterplan will be officially endorsed at a council meeting this month, and works will go ahead in coming months. Cr Miles said the tennis courts will be in place by the end of June, while works on the tennis pavilion will start in the next financial year. “It’s very exciting,” he said. “The Maidstone Tennis Facility site has been closed for 15 years and the draft masterplan proposes it be reactivated soon for the whole community to enjoy. “The draft masterplan proposes a host of benefits for recreation, leisure and other community uses. “We’re giving the community what they want.” The site, which used to belong to the Brimbank City Council, housed a Meals on Wheels kitchen, child care centre and tennis courts.The yellow-brick Maidstone Hall had been largely disused since 1999 and the pavilion since 2007. The council voted last year to demolish the existing community hall after a report found it would cost more than $1 million to return it to its former glory.

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HEADACHES? Back and neck pain? Muscle and joint pain? Sports injury? Victoria University Osteopathy Clinic (St Albans campus) uses osteopathy: a hands-on approach to assist with such conditions. Treatment is provided by senior students under the supervision of qualified and registered osteopaths. Rates from $20. Inquiries: 9919 2625.

Diabetes support group WESTGATE Diabetes support group meets on the first Tuesday of the month at Altona Bowling Club, Civic Parade, Altona, from10am to noon. Inquiries: Elaine 9255 5501.

Probus THE Footscray Men’s Probus Club, the social club of choice in retirement, will meet at 10am on Tuesday 18 February in the West Footscray Rec Centre, Essex St, and welcomes prospective new mem-

bers, guests and visitors to enjoy fellowship and social acquaintance with like-minded men on the third Tuesday of each month. Inquiries: Bob 9315 6709.

Volunteers needed SUPPORT your local hospital: Western Health is seeking community members who have some time that they could offer to support our patients at our Footscray and Williamstown hospitals. If you enjoy meeting new people, want to be part of a team of volunteers who offer their time to our patients by offering them refreshments in the outpatient clinics, guiding them around our hospitals or just sitting and sharing your story - then come along for a chat. Inquiries: Michael Burns 8345 1059 or Michael. burns@wh.org.au

Yarraville Swim Club YARRAVILLE Swim Club is looking

for swimmers of all ages and abilities for our 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.

Australian Breastfeeding Association ARE you pregnant or a new mum seeking information and support on breastfeeding and early parenting? Come along for a weekly walk and talk. Every Wednesday morning, meet at 9:30 for 10:00am start at the shipping container out the front of Happy River Cafe, Footscray Community Arts Centre, 45 Moreland St Footscray. Kids and babies 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

Friends of the Maribyrnong Valley FRIENDS of the Maribyrnong Valley warmly welcomes interest and membership to conservation activities along the Maribyrnong River. Meetings held first Wednesday of the month, 7.30pm, Living Museum of the West, Pipermakers Park. Working bees along the river Wednesdays 9am-noon. Inquiries: www.fmvonline.com

Book club SALTWATER Bookies book club is seeking new members. We meet at Footscray Library on the third Saturday of each month.Inquiries: 9687 1464.

Help migrants learn English AMES needs volunteers to help new migrants learn English. Full training is provided. Inquiries: Sarah Hilton Hiltons@ames.net.au or phone 9687 3494.

Dust off your instrument WESTERN Brass is an exciting new community brass band that rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm until 9pm at the band room located at 10A Hyde St, Footscray. Brass and percussion players of all levels are invited to attend. No auditions, no age limits, just join in the fun.Inquiries: 0412 231 929.

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 Street Footscray (Next to the library). The meetings are at 8pm on Thursdays.Inquiries: Ralph 9397 0217.

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Yarraville Mouth Organ Band THE Yarraville Mouth Organ Band is looking for new members, experienced players or beginners, any age. The band members 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

Parents Without Partners THE Keilor Branch of Parents Without Partners, welcomes you to their dance, on Friday 21 February, at the I.C.K.A. Club, 7 Keilor Park Drive, East Keilor. Doors open at 7.30pm.Guests $10, member $5, strict dress code, strictly no T-shirts, jeans or sneakers. Inquiries: Charely on 8361 0354. There’s also an information night for prospective members, in the Taylors Lakes area on Wednesday 19 February. Details from Luba on 9366 4896.

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COME along and join the Sunshine Golden Age Garden Club. The first

meeting for 2014 will be held in the Sunshine Community Centre, corner Simmie St and Glengala Rd, West Sunshine, on Wednesday 11 February at 7.30pm. Guest speakers and general gardening questions and discussions will be on. New members are more than welcome. Supper is provided. Inquiries: Dorothy on 9311 4989.

Ladies tennis MID-WEEK ladies social doubles tennis at Sunshine Park Tennis Club, Parsons Reserve, Sunshine. Wednesdays 10am - 2pm. New members and visitors are welcome. Inquiries: Julie on 9307 8207.

Italian Book Club COME and celebrate cultural diversity, with the Italian Book Club, Wednesday 12 February, at RSL Altona, 31 Sargood St, Altona from 2pm to 3 pm. The entertainer Tonya Van Dort, will delight the audience, with Italian classic songs. All community is invited to celebrate with us. Please book your attendance with Mirella: 9315 0698 /0431 112 440 or email: italianbookclub@hotmail.com

Autumn show THE Sunshine Golden Age Garden Club is holding its 93rd Annual Autumn Show on 15 March at the Glengala Community Hall, corner Simmie St and Glengala Rd, Sunshine West. Lots to see, floral art, dahlias, fruit and vegetables and a children’s section. Afternoon tea is available for a gold coin donation. Opening 11am to 4pm. Free admission.

The Sunshine Bollywood event THE Australian Association for Indian Culture and Education is organising a Bollywood Live Music Event on the second Friday of every month 6pm to 10pm.Tickets $15 adults, $10 concession. Food, soft drinks, tea, coffee available on sale. The venue will be the Visy Cares Hub Auditorium, ext to Village Cinemas, behind Sunshine Library, 80B Harvester Rd, Sunshine. Inquiries: 0422 028 076 or www. aaice.org.au

U3A Brimbank ARE you 50 and over and semi or fully retired? Are you interested in making new friends, learning 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. On offer in 2014 includes: computers, painting, yoga, tai chi, relaxation and Qi Gong, cards, chess, Scrabble, movies, English, Spanish, French, Italian Book Club, ballroom dancing, line dancing, craft, coffee and chat, discussion group and walking. Inquiries: 9356 9085 or brimbanku3a@samps.org. au

Dog agility GET some exercise and have fun with your 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 your place.

Concert Band THE Western Region Concert Band rehearses on Saturday mornings at 9am in the Errington Community Centre, Princess St, St Albans. Entry via side gate adjacent to the football oval. Melway map 26 A1. Vacancies exist for percussion, brass and sax players. Come along, bring your instrument and enjoy playing with us. Inquiries: Eddie on 9687 6644.


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THE family will go wild for Wyncity Bowl and Entertainment because there’s so much fun to be had here. Wyncity gets the ball rolling on family entertainment with tenpin bowling, laser tag, bumper cars, glow mini golf, arcade machines, venturer simulator, Time Freak which is the first of its kind in Australia, a restaurant with traditional wood fired pizza and conference facilities. It is a totally inclusive complex for the whole family no matter what age. Each member of the family can be entertained and have fun.

The tenpin bowling lanes use the latest state-of-the art technology, which means visitors can play traditional bowling games or have team challenges tracked by the computer system. Players can also connect to Facebook and share their success with online friends via the on-lane iPads. Wyncity also has one of the greatest laser tag arenas in Australia. Wyncity is raising the curtain at its brand-new world-class bowling and entertainment centre that is opening in Point Cook after being around in Werribee for 30 years.

Offering the latest in tenpin bowling, world-class laserforce laser tag, bumper cars, pool tables, mini golf and an amazing range of arcade games, it is Australia’s newest venue for action-packed indoor recreation. A short stroll from Williams Landing train station, Wyncity is a multi-configurable 6000 square metres venue for both public entertainment and private functions. Owned and operated by the Scolaro family, Wyncity has been an iconic venue for bowling and entertainment.

Managing director Edi de Pellegrin says: “We are front runners in the tenpin bowling industry, with our venue supplying many sport bowlers with a place to train who have gone on to represent Victoria and Australia. Most recently, two of our juniors, Kahlia Davis and Sam Curry, have gone to Jakarta to represent Australia at the Asian Schools Tournament.” Wyncity Bowling and Entertainment is at 36 Wallace Ave, Point Cook, and opens from Monday-Friday, 10am and the weekends from 9am. Call 1300 783 123 for more information.


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Revamped club offers more The family-friendly club seats up to 200 people in the restaurant, while three separate function rooms - one for up to 300 people, one for 50 and the other for 30 - can accommodate everything from birthdays and weddings to corporate events. And there’s a playground to keep the kids entertained while parents relax in any of these areas and order from the Italian Sports Club’s delicious a la carte menu or the wide variety of set menus. Assistant manager Vincent San-

za says, “Our food is cooked from scratch, so meals are delivered fresh to diners’ plates. We pride ourselves on offering a better dining experience in a more relaxed atmosphere.” The club aims to exceed their customers’ expectations and one way they do this is by providing staff training every two months in areas such as coffee-making and wine tasting to deliver sound advice and service to their visitors. The Italian Sports Club began as the Italian Social Club in the

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Dean shines for Footscray By LIAM TWOMEY FOOTSCRAY returned to its winnings ways with a smashing of Dandenong in the Victorian Premier Cricket on the weekend. Bulldogs’ captain Dean Russ ensured he remained popular with his team-mates after he won the toss and had no hesitation batting first in the 40 degree heat on day one. Footscray went on to dominate the Dandenong bowlers for the next 90 overs as the runs came thick and fast. Travis Dean was outstanding after coming in at first drop, making 119 from 209 balls. The knock is also his first century

of the season and included 15 boundaries. Dean was well supported by gun Victorian all-rounder John Hastings who again proved how dangerous he can be at Premier Cricket level. Coming in at number four, Hastings made 87 off just 128 balls in an innings which included seven fours and three sixes. A well-made 44 from Anthony Barton and 26 from Shanuka Dissanayake lifted the total to 7/328 after the completion of 90 overs. In reply, Footscray had no trouble ripping through the Dandenong batting line-up. Led by opening pair Jake

Haberfield and Hamish WinterIrving, the Bulldogs bowled the batting side out for 126 in the 50th over on Sunday. Winter-Irving finished with the best figures for the innings, taking 3/19 while Haberfield took 2/27. They were well supported by Hastings, as he returned to cause even more headaches. The all-rounder capped off a brilliant game with figures of 2/21. The result lifts Footscray to a 13-3 win/loss record for the season. When round 17 gets underway this weekend, the Bulldogs will take on the Camberwell Magpies.

Anthony Barton smashes a ball off his pads for Footscray Edgewater on Saturday. 114327 Picture: KRISTIAN SCOTT

Uphill task if Eagles dare

Yarraville eyes top four finish

By LIAM TWOMEY YARRAVILLE will need to make 218 this weekend if it is to produce an upset win against Altona. The Eagles lost the toss and were forced to bowl in the 40 degree temperatures at Frank Kirk Oval on day one of the contest on Saturday. Despite Altona posting a strong total, it was only Aaron Maynard who got the better of the Yarraville bowlers. The gun number three batsman blasted his way to 111 after coming in with the score at 1/0. Altona president Neil Burns was full of praise for Maynard. “In 39 degree heat, Aaron Maynard coming in at number three and batting almost all day was sensational,” Burns said. “He is the anchor for the side, and everyone bats around him. He hits the singles when they are required and he hits the boundaries when they are required. “Aaron is one of our best trainers and one of our fittest blokes. He has taken his entire game to a whole new level and he is the professional of our club. “He really has that mental toughness and fitness to be able to bat all day.” For Yarraville, Alex Hewet was the pick of the bowlers, taking five wickets while Tim McRae also chipped in with three scalps. When play resumes on Saturday, the Eagles will be hunting their third win of the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association season. Yarraville is currently in 13th spot on the ladder. At the other end of the scale, a win for the fifth-placed Altona would go a long way to guaranteeing its place in the finals. “For us, with Andrew McCammond not playing, our bowlers need to do exactly what we have been trying to all year,” Burns said. “We have done it sporadically throughout the season, which is bowl outside the off stump, line and length. If we give some of their good players a sniff, on our track and on our ground 220 is a very gettable score. We need to be bowling line and length and just continue to be outside that off stump.”

Alex Hewet finished with five wickets for Yarraville on Saturday. 107216 Picture: DAMIAN VISENTINI

A TIDY bowling display on Saturday has put Yarraville Club on track for a win that could cement a top four spot in Senior Division Turf Cricket. The Clubbers, forced to bowl in the heat on their home deck at Walker Oval, managed to restrict Bentleigh to 2/128 in 42 overs. An early run out removed opener Robert Ciccarella (20) with 24 runs on the board before Adam Contessa trapped Troy Gill (7) on the pads to put Bentleigh on the back foot at 2/41. However the wickets soon dried up as Bentleigh skipper Greg Todd and Jeff Keyt wrested back control in the middle. Todd ground his way through the heat to finish the day’s play at 41 not out, while at the other end Keyt fired an unbeaten 51 off 85 balls. Contessa was the lone wickettaker for the Clubbers with figures of 1/13 and three maidens off eight overs. Andrew Cullen proved to be one of Yarraville Club’s tidier bowlers on the day, conceding just 12 runs from five overs, while Emmett Bronca was also economical with two maidens and 22 runs coming off his nine overs. Michael O’Keefe also bowled three maidens, ending the day with figures of 0/29 from 10 overs. Meanwhile in Turf Cricket’s North Division on Saturday, lowly Footscray United could only muster up 64 runs before getting bowled out at home to Tullamarine. The Bulldogs only lasted 31.3 overs in the middle at Scovell Reserve before the visitors got a head start on their chase, facing 11 overs before stumps were called on the day’s play. Tullamarine will resume its innings at 0/29 this weekend. A loss for Footscray United will guarantee relegation, as the last-placed Bulldogs are currently two wins below Williamstown CYMS and will only have one more chance to score a win before the home-and-away season concludes in early March.

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On the back of Australia’s Ashes dominance, local clubs are preparing for an increase in playing numbers next season. 114333_01 Picture: DAMIAN VISENTINI

Fast rising West By LIAM TWOMEY IT WILL go down as a golden summer in Australian Cricket. On the back of a 5-0 Ashes whitewash and beltings in the one day and Twenty20 series, Australia is back to its winning ways. But it is not just at the top level where plans for domination are hatched. Cricket Victoria regional manager for the West Metro region, Duncan Harrison also has big goals for the future. Working in one of the state’s fasting growing regions, Harrison has seen junior cricket in the West flourish in recent times. Not surprisingly, he is hoping the trend continues. “We want to be the biggest participation region, we want to have the strongest standards and the best coaches. We want cricket in the West to be powerful,” Harrison said. “We want everyone looking over at us in envy. “We have got a bit of work to do but we are making progress. We think we are lifting the standard of cricket in the West and hopefully that keeps going and keeps growing.” According to Harrison, one of the keys to building cricket in the region has centred on helping juniors transition from the introductory In2Cricket program to more structured competitions. Where youngsters who weren’t

ready to make the jump may have previously been lost to the game, they are now staying in cricket for longer through the T20 Blast program. Western Region Junior Cricket Association president Chris Hatzistavrou has seen first-hand the progress junior cricket has made in recent seasons. He believes another key to growing the game has been bringing the West’s separately run junior competitions under one banner. “We have got a lot more organised now,” Hatzistavrou said. “We used to have three or four junior associations and we are now one big association. We have got all the administrators on board. We have got a super group of people that are all focused on junior cricket. “The Williamstown Competition and the old West Metro merged about four years ago and we are in our fifth season now. Prior to that, we had the old Footscray Competition and the old Sunshine Competition and the Churches Competition that merged to create the Western Region. “We have got all the associations together as one so when we have meetings ... all the information is going out to all the people at the same time. “Once you make it easier for people to run a competition, it is then easier for people to run a club.”

While participation at junior level heads in the right direction, there is also an increased emphasis on helping top talent climb the ladder. The West’s premier cricket club, Footscray Edgewater launched its Bulldogs Academy last year and is already working with the region’s elite juniors. During the Christmas break, the academy organised a tour of Tasmania while there is also a tour of Sri Lanka planned for the winter. “I think traditionally, we have struggled in our pathway programs in the early age groups against the private school sector,” Harrison said. “Maribyrnong College has been a good one to come in and plug that gap as well and it’s great for us to have a sports school. “The Bulldogs Academy has created opportunities for a whole lot more cricketers to taste a lot more serious cricket. “There is going to be some sensational opportunities for cricketers growing up in the Western Suburbs over the next five or 10 years.” It isn’t just junior boys’ cricket where cricket in the West is expected to keep growing. The junior girls’ game is also expanding quickly after the successful launch of the Molly Strano Cup. “We have launched a program

aimed at girls playing against girls and we have probably got about 40-50 players playing regularly,” Harrison said. “We played a game at the MCG against Southern Districts and our girls won that game. It was a curtain raiser to the Stars and the Strikers (Big Bash League). That is an area that we are certainly looking at and want to develop over the next few years.” After back-to-back Ashes series and the success of the third Big Bash League, clubs are also preparing for an increase in numbers next season. “The Ashes series this year has been a story of success and mums and dads want to get their kids on board,” Hatzistavrou said. “I run a Milo program myself which is for the little tackers. I have only got a small group of about 30 and I have had a couple of phone calls even this week inquiring about it. “If I have a small group and I am getting a couple of phone calls then I’m sure others are too. I don’t normally get calls at this time of the year. It is normally tailing off. “It is obvious that the interest is there which has been generated through the Ashes Series and the Big Bash as well. It might be only a one or two per cent increase but we will probably start to feel that again next year.”

Juniors from the Sunshine United Cricket Club enjoy their In2Cricket program. 91181 Pictures: JOE MASTROIANNI

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JUST on five thousand brave Bulldogs supporters turned up to Whitten Oval for the annual family day. I say brave because it was a dreadful day with the temperature hitting 40degrees and then a very strong southerly hit which did drop the temperature but also had everyone on edge hoping that the tents would not get blown away. President Peter Gordon told the diehards that he is pumped for the season while senior coach Brendan McCartney was his usual straight down the line tell it like it is self saying he wants the team to improve on last year. The club has a unique game coming up on 13 March at Whitten Oval when the Western Bulldogs will take on the Footscray Bulldogs around 5pm. Work will start soon on opposition change rooms and coaches boxes for the VFL games. THE Bulldogs Season Launch/ Hall of Fame night on 12 March will see Brad Johnson inducted into the Hall of Fame and maybe one or two others. “Johnno” is most deserving to be in that upper echelon of Bulldogs. His statistics alone tell a story, but when you look at the boy from Hoppers Crossing who grew up barracking for the red white and blue and then plays 364 games there is no argument. It is a boy’s own adventure, and I am sure his family will be there to support him as they did so well throughout his career. I have no inside information at all, but it would be the icing on the cake if he went into the Hall of Fame with his great mate Rohan Smith who also deserves that accolade. They were inseparable during their playing days and, in fact, I got great comedic mileage at functions when interviewing either one. They played along as you would expect from a couple of genuinely great blokes. SOME upcoming events and news. Hoppers Crossing Junior Netball Association began its season earlier this month and is looking for players in all grades from under 11 through to Under 21s. Games are held on Saturday mornings at Mossfiel Reserve in Hoppers Crossing and you can contact Lisa Caithness for more details on 0413 012 376. The Yarraville Club Cricket Club has the annual Ladies Pink Day on Saturday 22 February from 4pm at Hansen Reserve. Cost is $40 which includes entrance, door prizes, raffle tickets, food, bubbly and entertainment. Contact Cathie Strachan on 0418 594 110 for bookings. ROTARY’S annual Jalna Big Bay Swim is on Sunday 23 February from Port Melbourne to Williamstown. The 3.2km swim actually is that big that the shipping channel gets closed down for an hour while the race takes place. Marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel is the ambassador for the swim and will compete again and past winners include Tammy van Wisse, Rob Woodhouse and Sam Shepherd. Spectators can enjoy live music and the good food and beverages in Commonwealth Reserve in Williamstown next to the finishing point Pelican’s Landing restaurant on the pier. Check out the website bigbayswim.com.au MY great mate Tony Fox has alerted me to the ANBY 50th year reunion coming up in 2017. Yes, they are getting in early but for good reason as many clubs have found that leaving it to the last minute is disastrous. They have set up a Facebook page as the contact point for those who were involved in the club. I have run into several people already who are excited by the event. Head to the Altona North Brooklyn Sports Club Facebook page and let them know of your interest. They already have over a hundred involved, and it is very early days. Any club that was founded in the Guiding Star Hotel will have a ripping reunion celebration.

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YARRAVILLE-SEDDON announced two exciting recruits last week with Jessi Lampi and Daniel Burton joining the club. Lampi tore up the Western Region Football League’s Division Two competition for Sanctuary Lakes last season and will now get the chance to pit his talents against the best players in the competition. He will be joined by the versatile Burton who has been involved with the Western Jets and can fill a range of key position roles. Eagles’ recruiting manager Rob Green was rapt to have both young stars on board. “Jessi is going to help us fill a gap in our midfield,” Green said. “As a club we set some challenges and some goals to recruit some players who were under 23. He fits the criteria really well. “Daniel has played a lot of TAC cup with the Western Jets over the last two years. “He is a player who can play in most positions down the spine. He is going to be really important to us. “Those two players have performed really well at their level and have experienced some pressure at their level. I think they can add some great value to our team and our squad.” Lampi and Burnton will join ruckman Giles Guest who signed at the Eagles last year. “We look at our coach (Jesse Smith) and we think he is going to be a great development coach for the players. Hopefully in three years time we are going to reap the rewards of recruiting these players,” Green added. There may be more recruiting news for Yarraville in the coming days with the Eagles still talking to a number of players to complete their 2014 list. “We are talking to another five over the next three days and we are pretty confident we will pick up those five,” Green said.

Jessi Lampi won the WRFL division two best and fairest last year. 114512 Picture: DARRELL JONES

Record medal haul for taekwondo club By LIAM TWOMEY THE International Taekwon-Do Defence Force has enjoyed another stunning Australian Championships. Athletes from the centre, which trains students throughout the West, dominated the competition on their way to a record medal haul at the event in Wagga Wagga late last year. Club head coach Danny Kordanovski was rapt with the results. “We have some tremendous talent,” he said. “Most of these guys have competed at international events and they have been doing that for the last few years. “The national competition, we were always going to feature quite well in it, which we did, but it is still a very tough competition. “They are very well prepared, and I think they performed very well. “For our guys it’s like, let’s get out there and enjoy this. That really makes you perform even better which is great.” As well as the great club results, there was an extra special win for brother and sister duo Phillip and Hoa Le. After dominating the competition in their respective divisions, the

Phillip and Hoa Le don’t mess about when it comes to taekwondo. 113465 pair were named the overall men’s and women’s champion athletes for the event. Both Phillip and Hoa finished the tournament with four gold medals and one silver medal each. “It’s great to take out the overall

male and female award for the tournament, but the fact that they are brother and sister, it is very special and very rare,” Kordanovski said. “They are the best brother and sister duo I have seen by far. “These guys are now third degree

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black belts and have been training with me since they were children. “They have competed twice now at international events as well as brother and sister. It really is a phenomenal effort. This is the first time they have won the overall award.”

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Sport Results CRICKET PREMIER RND 16: Fitzroy Doncaster 7/320dec (T.V. Sheehan 107, L. Banthorpe 67, G.J. Maxwell 54, P.J. Dickson 33, R. Dhindsa 2/27, D. Reed 2/58) d Greenvale Kangaroos 177 (C. Sandri 45, D. Reed 38, J.M. Martin 25, E. Alavi 5/43, G.J. Maxwell 4/64 & 103, D. Reed 30, G.J. Maxwell 5/37, S.K. Duckworth 4/23). Essendon 8/303dec (A. Ayre 72, C. McKay 48, B. McMinn 41, A. Shellie 38, B. MacRae 28, L. Scammell 3/46, S. Taylor 2/41) d Northcote 236 (B. Peake 51, L. Scammell 50, S. Taylor 33, B. Baker 29*, A. Crispe 28, C. McKay 4/37, M. Doric 2/52, N. Perera 2/54). Footscray Edgewater 7/328dec (T. Dean 119, J. Hastings 87, A. Barton 44, S. Dissanayaka 26*, T. Donnell 3/11) d Dandenong 126 (J. Nanopoulos 33, H. Winter-Irving 3/19, J. Hastings 2/21, J.A. Haberfield 2/27 & 1/50, B. Forsyth 32*). VSDCA RND 11: EAST WEST 1ST XI: Werribee 9/238 (O’Brien 106*) v Williamstown. Altona 217 (Maynard 111, Hewet 5/50) v Yarraville. EAST WEST 2ND XI: Williamstown 239 (Rainone 98) v Werribee. Yarraville 182 (Janka 57, Rafferty 6/59) v Altona 0/9. VTCA RND 10: St Bernard’s OC v Keilor 7/172 (H. Fernando 74, K. Dixon 52, B.J. Ackland 4/23). Yarraville Club v Bentleigh 2/128 (J. Keyt 51*, G.R. Todd 41*). Hoppers Crossing 1/28 v Old Mentonians 177 (R. Zelem 87, D. Russo 30, S. Abeyruwan 5/48, D. Brown 2/41). Sth Caulfield v Greenvale 4/176 (M.L. Innes 55, J. Brown 40, E. Wilson 35, C. Jayasinghe 30). Beaumaris v Strathmore 4/182 (S.A. Sanders 111*, N. James 39). NOTE: * not out. BADMINTON AUTUMN PENNANT RND 1: A SINGLES: Keilor East Beast 11 drew Keilor East Rebels 11. Keilor East Thunder 14 d Laverton Storm Raiders 2. A DOUBLES: PBC Valiant 16 d Keilor

VU Western lightning Championship Divison team player Sophie Barr in action against North East Blaze at Caroline Springs Leisure Centre, Caroline Springs. 65235 Picture: SARAH MATRAY

Our Lightning gets cracking By LIAM TWOMEY FOR the third successive year VU Western Lightning will enter the Victorian Netball League with a brand new goal set-up. In the off-season the Lightning lost shooting pair Erin McCarthy, who is going overseas, and Meg Fitzpatrick, who ruptured her ACL while playing for the Victorian Flames. Fitzpatrick is also expected to miss the entire season. The duo will be replaced in goals by Kate Thompson and Sophie Barr. “Kate was in the Australian under-21 program at the AIS

for the best part of the last two years,” VU coach Matt Hills said. “She is only a young goal shooter and she will add a bit of potency to our forward line. “We have also moved Sophie Barr back into goals. She was in goals when we made the grand final.” After finishing second in 2012 and third in 2013, Hills is expecting another tough year. VU will begin its campaign this week against defending champion City West Falcons. “The last two years the competition has gone seven or eight

teams deep and anyone can almost beat anyone on any given day,” Hills said. “You have got to get everything right and it all starts from next week when we play the reigning, back to back, premier who we have had an intense rivalry with over the last couple of years. “They will certainly be hard to beat. I would expect them to be right amongst it all year. “They are very well prepared and very confident group. It is going to be a significant challenge for us first up but it will give us a good indication of where we are at.”

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East Bounce 5. Keilor East Killer Bees 11 d PBC LOL 9. Keilor East Titans 16 d Laverton Climbers 3. B SINGLES: Mason St Newb1es 12 d Keilor East Stars 6. Mason St Mcleay River Turtles 12 d Keilor East Xtremes 7. Laverton Dream Team 11 d Keilor East Young Guns 10. B1 DOUBLES: Mason St What The 18 d PBC Suave 1. Westminton Killer Tofu 14 d Mason Challengers 7. Mason St Assassins 12 d Westminton 8 Racqueteers 7. Keilor East Knights 14 d Laverton Red 5. B2 DOUBLES: Mason St One Hit Wonders 16 d Westminton Scared Hitless 5. Keilor East Shuttlebusters 11 d Mason St Aces 9. Keilor East Vikings 11 d Laverton Racqueteers 9. C SINGLES: Keilor East Flame 13 d Keilor East Dynamix 6. Keilor East The Rock 12 d Keilor East Cookie monsters 6. C2 DOUBLES: Westminton Fighting Unicorns 15 d Keilor East Fried wontons 7. Keilor East Samurais 14 d Mason St Dingoes 7. Westminton Windstorm 13 d Westminton Up To You 10. Keilor East Unbalanced 13 d Laverton Stingrays 8 C3 DOUBLES: Westminton Eagles 13 d Mason St Turtles 9. Westminton Phoenix 12 d Laverton Mustangs 9. Laverton Broncos 16 d Keilor East Sparkx 3. BASEBALL SUMMER LGE DIV 1: Newport 8 d Geelong 3. RESERVES: Geelong 10 d Newport 0. THIRDS: Geelong 9 d Newport 6. FOURTHS: Newport 12 d Geelong 8. DIV 2: Williamstown 4 d Werribee 3. RESERVES: Werribee 12 d Williamstown 6. FOURTHS: Berwick 14 d Williamstown 1. DIV 3: Ballarat 21 d Footscray 3. Ormond GH 16 d North West 1. RESERVES: Ballarat 10 d Footscray 7. Ormond GH 17 d North West 1. DIV 4: NW: Essendon d Footscray (forfeit). LADIES: DIV 1: Footscray v Doncaster (Ab). DIV 2: Werribee 15 d Footscray 1. DIV 3: Newport/Essendon 8 d Springvale 2.

METRO: Cheltenham v Newport (Ab). U 16: AAA: Springvale 5 d Essendon Black 4. Newport 10 d Sandringham 1. AA: Cheltenham 7 d Williamstown 2. U 14: STATE: Newport 9 d Essendon 1. METRO WEST: Werribee/Sunshine 7 drew Doncaster 7. U 12: STATE: Newport 2 drew Sunshine 2. METRO WEST: Essendon Black 21 d Preston 2. NOTE: (ab) abandoned TENPIN WESTERN SUBURBS LEAGUE O’Neill’s Couriers (P. White 244, 227, 225, 696, J. Kovacs 259, 222, 206, 687, J. Rollis 233, 222, 213, 668) 19 d Vacant Lot (M. Rajkovic 236, 210, 619, D. Roether 203, 552, D. Belion 202, 552) 10. Frozen Eggs (D. Browne 242, 240, 211, 693, R. Browne 241, 229, 212, 682, B. Ayres 215, 204, 608) 24 d What A Joke (Best A. Halabi) 4. Rack ‘Em Up (R. Harford 244, 237, 211, 692, A. Testaz 279, 652, T. Fielder 252, 586) 15 d Mega Auto Parts (M. May 246, 224, 202, 672, J. May 258, 202, 619, C. Benson 201, 573) 14. Wreck‘n’ Balls (C. Allen 247, 219, 650) 19 d Bankai (D. Thai 221, 206, 609, C. Tran 561) 10. It Doesn’t Matter (K. Janusko) 21 d Bowled Ones (J. Provics 207, 553) 8. Sandmar Transport (L. Lazic 237, 601, J. Finch 206, 588) 20 d Power4ull (P. Vo 228, 212, 631, M. Vo 224, 574, D. Nguyen 202, 572) 9. O’Halloran’s (S. Volkov) 18½ d WNGTI (S. Prokopec 202, 578) 10½. Strike Hunters (P. Karas 203, 556) 19 d Ownage (G. Nguyen 200, 572, T. Nguyen 224, 554) 10. CYCLING FOOTSCRAY A GRADE: 1st D. Dudkiewicz, 2nd M. DaCosta, 3rd R. Mueller. B GRADE: 1st C. Woolcock, 2nd A. Marino, 3rd B. Coull. C GRADE: 1st H. Nankervis, 2nd C. Morris, 3rd L. O’Brien. D GRADE: 1st N. Turner, 2nd O. Garrido, 3rd A. Leighton.

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Club caters to all-level athletics WHETHER you are a social athlete who runs for fun or fitness or wishing to be more competitive like Little Athletics and Senior Athletics, there is something for all at the Wyndham Track and Field Club. Club secretary Alyson Hart has spent more than 35 years as an athlete, parent, volunteer and has been sports administrator for over 20 years. “This is an athletic club that is local to the City of Wyndham.

We offer specialised coaching for track and field athletics for people aged 12 years and older. We provide support and expertise in sprints, middle/long distance, jumps, throws and hurdle events.” Apart from being the first and only club local to the City of Wyndham, in return for annual membership fees, coaching and competition uniforms are provided free. Coaching also extends to fitness for other sports such as

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The VAFA Umpiring Department is looking for new recruits. The VAFA is one of the largest and best managed AFL Football competitions in Australia, employing nearly 500 umpires to cover the 75 competing clubs located around Melbourne suburbs each weekend The VAFA, to its credit, has a no alcohol during game pol-

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Retu i g foot alle s a egiste & pa o li e at www.newportpowerjfc.com.au. Registe fo ou Auski k p og a at www.alauskick.com.au. All e & e isi g pla e s a e i ited to ate d ou Clu oo s at B a Ma t O al o Wednesday 12 February from 5.30-7pm. Coa hes ill e i ate da e a d egist aio ill e a aila le fo all e pla e s. *Foot all Regist aio fees: U &U :$ ,U &U :$ ,U &U :$ ,U :$ ,U :$ , Auski k : $ Net Set Go : $ *All football fees include a Newport Power Sports Backpack(U9-U11) and Sports Bag (U12-U18)

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Foot all p eseaso t ai i g has o e ed fo ou U & U ’s. Fo fu the details ega di g foot all t ai i g i es o a othe ue ies isit www.newportpowerjfc.com.au o o ta t: Foot all Ope aio s Co-o di ato U – U : Jaso Coghla M : Foot all Ope aio s Co-o di ato U – U : B et Colliso M :

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We are Passionate about Lawn Bowls

THE VAFA (AMATEURS) IS SEEKING NEW UMPIRES TO JOIN OUR LIST.

A fun versatile game for all ages ranging from juniors to super veterans. Our passion has driven the club for over 90 years.

Especially any male or female students seeking some extra money! Or any recently retired footballers or umpires - you will enjoy the change.

WHAT WE OFFER ALL OUR UMPIRES: ‘JOKERS WILD’ EVENT 5pm Every Wednesday

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That same passion supports 7 sides playing Saturday Pennant, 4 sides in mid-week Pennant and our social bowlers.

7.15pm THURSDAY NIGHT BINGO

Subsidised uniforms from our sponsor

6pm FRIDAY NIGHT MEALS & 7.00pm RAFFLE NIGHT & MEMBERS DRAW

Training at Soldiers Reserve Werribee Great Administration and Management

FREE COACHING AVAILABLE

Full Coaching and AFL Accreditations Friendly and positive Umpires Association

Social TWILIGHT Competition every Wednesday evening.

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NEW BOWLERS WELCOME The game that takes a second to learn – but a lifetime to master!

Werribee Bowls Club Inc Chirnside Park Watton Street Werribee 9741 3229

If you would like to enjoy your Umpiring, then give me a call or email for further info: Brian Goodman, General Manager - Umpiring on 9537 6700 or brian@vafa.com.au 1118685-LN07-14

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