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Connecting people & communities CRANBOURNE Thursday, 20 October, 2016

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Revved up for action The roar of thousands of motorcycles will signal the start of the 2016 Cranbourne GP Run on Saturday. In this special supplement, the News offers a comprehensive guide to one of Casey’s favourite events including a full list of entertainment, road closures and who will wave this year’s starter’s flag.

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Riders, start your engines THE roar of motorbike engines will fill the air of Cranbourne on Saturday 22 October when the 18th Annual GP Run takes to the streets once again. What started out as a few bikes getting together for a ride, has grown over the years into a stream of thousands of motorbikes and a sea of colour parading towards the island. An annual Cranbourne tradition, the GP Run will see thousands of motorbikes rumble down High Street and onto the South Gippsland Highway headed for Phillip Island for the 2016 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. Held in conjunction with the City of Casey and the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, the Cranbourne GP Run is a sight to behold and an event not to be missed. The benefit of the day sees local businesses and charities showcase themselves and take advantage of the influx of tourists. Local charity, the Casey Cardinia Foundation is the official partner of this year’s GP Run and the bikes will be waved off by the Casey Young Citizen of the Year, Oliver Thomson. One of the largest events on the calendar for Cranbourne, the GP Run will attract thousands of locals and visitors from across the country to watch the bikes leave for Phillip Island. One and all are encouraged to attend this momentous event and there will be many activities on the day to keep every member of the family entertained. Local food producers and storekeepers will be out in force to feed the crowds and there will be all manner of

Cranbourne GP Run 2014. Cr Geoff Ablett and Shane Jacobson wave the flag to signify the start of the 2014 GP Run. 129065 Picture: GARY SISSONS

GP Run Cranbourne 145721 entertainment to make the day truly something special. Roads will be closed off early in the morning for the event and there will be heavy traffic management plans in place.

Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS The main activity hub of the festival will be centred on the South Gippsland Highway (High Street) in Cranbourne. The entertainment and activities kick off just after 8am on Saturday and the

official wave off and run begin at 10am. Get your engines revving, your hearts pumping and your feet moving into Cranbourne for this motor-powered spectacular.

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Foundation for the locals By Victoria Stone-Meadows

The board of the Casey Cardinia Foundation is proud to be official charity partner of the Cranbourne GP Run. Board members, back row from left: chairman Paul Thomas, vice-chairman Adam Khan, Kristine Ash and Garry McQuillan. Front: Brett Owen, Mike Tyler, Norm Davidson, Amanda Picture: ROB CAREW Stapledon, Carina Tomietto and Kate Lempriere. 160334 awarded grants to assist community groups across a wide range of social support areas including disadvantage, disability, youth, older persons, and crisis care. City of Casey CEO Mike Tyler said choosing the Casey Cardinia founda-

tion as the official partner charity for the GP Run was a good choice. “The Casey Cardinia Foundation is the charity partner for this year’s event and will be out and about on the day raising funds to be disbursed through their annual grants program to com-

munity groups in the Casey Cardinia region.” Ms Howell said partnering with the Cranbourne GP Run was very exciting for the foundation and it should be a great day for everyone. “It’s an amazing opportunity and

it’s an acknowledgment of the work the foundation is doing in the community and the value we are providing,” she said. “It also reinforces our potential to grow and increase awareness in the community.”

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THE official partner charity for the 2016 GP Run is local organisation the Casey Cardinia Foundation. The foundation has a long history of supporting the communities of Casey and Cardinia Shires by raising funds for local community groups and funds disbursed through an annual grants program. Executive Officer of the foundation, Therese Howell, said partnering with the GP Run was a great opportunity for the public to understand exactly what the foundation did. “We will be stationed in a marquee in Childers Street,” she said. “We will have info about the foundation and the work we do as well as a number of volunteers with donation tins throughout the crowd. “We will be talking to the crowd about the foundation and requesting donations.” The Casey Cardinia foundation has awarded various community groups over $400,000 since 2003 and hopes the exposure of the GP Run will enable them to continue their work for the community. “As the Casey Cardinia Foundation is specific to the region, all the funds and donations that come to us, geographically have to stay in the region,” Ms Howell said. “It’s part of the community foundation DNA that through the foundation we actually touch on relevant and current issues in the community.” The foundation has previously

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Checked in for wave-off By Victoria Stone-Meadows

Oliver Thomson, Casey Young Citizen of the year and the GP Run Celebrity Guest. 160599

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THE 2016 Casey Young Citizen of the Year will be waving off the bikes at this year’s GP Run from Cranbourne to Phillip Island. Oliver Thomson, 13, was made Young Citizen of the Year by the City of Casey at a ceremony on Australia Day this year. A passionate singer, the St Francis Xavier College Berwick Campus student has performed at many community events such as Australia Day events, the Berwick Show, Casey Kids Carnival and the Narre Warren North Christmas Carols. Oliver was given the award for his contribution to the arts in Casey and for actively participating in a variety of local charities and fundraisers. “I am very privileged and honoured to have received this award,” he said. Not only will he be waving the chequered flag to send the bikes on their way, he will also be performing the Australian national anthem for the assembled crowd. “I am really excited to be waving the flag from the cherry picker at the GP Run,” he said. “I have attended the GP Run for the past three years and it’s a great privilege to be offered the opportunity to be this year’s Guest Celebrity.” While no stranger to performing in public, having been a member of the national boys’ choir for many years, Oliver said there is always some apprehension before getting up on stage. “It is always exciting to perform at different events but at the same time there is always an element of nervousness,” he said. Oliver Thomson will be waving off the bikes for the GP Run about 10am on Saturday 22 October from High Street, Cranbourne.


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Ready to roar EACH year Star News photographers are in the thick of the action when thousands of motorcyclists roar out of High Street on their way to Phillip Island. Stewart Chambers captured the spirit of the 2015 event.

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Five-year-old Campbell from Cranbourne West checked out the Cranbourne CFA fire tuck with Aaron Orchard after all the bikes roared off.

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Residents from Settlers Run, along with Cr Geoff Ablett, do not want a bus route through their golfing estate. 160788 Picture: VICTORIA STONEMEADOWS

John Allen also lives on Settlers Run and says the proposed bus route all the way to the golf course is a dangerous idea. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all because of the unique environment within the estate, the indented parking wasnever designed to fit buses in it,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Firstly there should not be a bus stopping in front of peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s homes and secondly we were notified until a week ago.â&#x20AC;? Both Ms Duffy and Mr Allen suggested using Pearcedale Road and the other end of Settlers Run for the bus route. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not saying donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have a bus,

just donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t put it through the golfing precinct,â&#x20AC;? Ms Duffy said. Residents from Freshwater Boulevard in Lyndhurst have also raised concerns about the width of their road and it being inappropriate for a bus route. The residents of Freshwater Boulevard have approached Councillor Amanda Stapledon about their concerns who spoke for them at the council meeting. The residents of Settlers Run and Lyndhurst share concerns around safety and a lack of consultation from PTV when planning the routes and the position of the bus stops. However, spokesperson from PTV,

John Lindsay, said the community was consulted regarding the new bus routes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The community was consulted extensively during the development of the new Cranbourne bus network, to ensure local residents benefit from the delivery of better bus services,â&#x20AC;? he said. Mr Lindsay pointed out six face-toface consultation sessions were held at local community and shopping centres in Cranbourne, Endeavour Hills, Narre Warren and Hampton Park, and at Hallam and Cranbourne stations. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At the consultation sessions, there were large corflutes showing the pro-

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AFTER years of lobbying for new bus routes in the booming south-east suburbs of Melbourne, residents feel cheated by a lack of consultation about new routes. Four new bus routes and 13 realignments were announced earlier this month but residents along the new routes say they have been poorly planned. Residents and councillors have raised safety concerns in different parts of Casey where the new bus routes are planned for with the width of roads and bus stop placement being the major issues. At a Casey Council meeting on 18 October, councillors decided to write to Public Transport Victoria to make changes to new bus routes through Freshwater Boulevard in Lyndhurst and Settlers Run in Botanic Ridge. Councillor Geoff Ablett met with residents of Settlers Run on Monday 17 October to hear their grievances about the planned route. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The statement I got from our council officer was even if you were involved in the consultation, no bus stops were discussed,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The only time anyone found out about the bus stops was when PTV wrote to them and bus stops were not part of the consultation.â&#x20AC;? Resident of Settlers Run, Suzi Duffy, was already raising issues about road safety in the area when the proposed bus routes and stops became an issue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The planned bus stops remove public amenities because it takes over the indented parking near the park and barbecue area,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They also plan on putting one near the tennis courts, just near a blind corner where the bus isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t going to fit in the indented parking and right in the most congested area of the golf course.â&#x20AC;?


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Community News Enjoy a spooktacular Halloween at Wilson Botanic Park Berwick Wilson Botanic Park Berwick (WBPB) will be the place to celebrate Halloween this year, with the park set to host two spooky events over one exciting day on Sunday 30 October 2016. The day will kick off with a child-friendly event, Trick or Treat Spectacular, from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm. Children can come dressed up as their favourite character and trick or treat safely along a 1km trail featuring spooky but friendly characters, entertainment and activities, with lollies included. The scare-factor will then go up a notch for Halloween Scare Park from 7.00 pm to 10.30 pm, recommended for people aged 14 and over. This event will include a terrifying 1km walking ghost train experience, live music, dancers, sound and light display, as well as food trucks and vendors. Those aged 18-plus also have the option to take part in a paranormal investigation experience for an extra cost. There will also be a pumpkin carving competition to coincide with the event, with a great prize up for grabs for the best creation. For further details on the two events visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/wbpb or call WBPB on 9707 5818. Tickets to Trick or Treat Spectacular cost $10 per child and adults are free, while Scare Park costs $20 per person. For tickets visit www.trybooking.com/MQOA.

Don’t miss the Casey Food and Wine Festival 2016!

Take your tastebuds on a journey and try and buy products from across the region at the inaugural Casey Food and Wine Festival at the Old Cheese Factory in Berwick. The festival will have a range of stall holders from all over Victoria showcasing their products for visitors to try and buy, along with entertainment, workshops and demonstrations throughout the day. There will be gourmet products including jams, chutneys, oils, spices, alcohol suppliers showcasing wine, beer, cider and spirits, cheese and desserts and cakes. Tickets costs $10 for adults, $8 for concession, $5 for teenagers aged 15-18 and under-15 are free. Tickets can be purchased at www.trybooking.com/NEBM.

Enjoy sweet tunes at Sunset Sounds! Fresh from an appearance at Splendour in the Grass, Melbourne singer-songwriter LANKS is set to headline the City of Casey’s next live music event for young people!

FREE Children’s Week event The City of Casey is joining in the nation-wide Children’s Week celebrations by hosting a FREE fun day out for local children. Spring into Play will include a sausage sizzle, face painting, arts and crafts, music, trash puppets, sail boats and more, with children also encouraged to come dressed-up! Date: Thursday 27 October 2016 Time: 10.00 am – 1.00 pm Venue: Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick

Sunset Sounds will deliver a music festival themed event for young people aged 12 to 25-years at the Narre Warren Youth Information Centre on Friday 28 October 2016 from 6.15 pm to 10.00 pm. LANKS and local acts Cloud Castles, Davey Simony and Corey and Charlotte with perform on the night and there will be festival face painting, art activities including an opportunity to decorate your own tote bag, free slushies and sausage sizzle. Tickets cost $12 and can be purchased at www.trybooking.com/MYSA or on the night at the door. For more information visit www.casey.vic. gov.au/youth.

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Event details Date: Saturday 5 November 2016 Time: 11.00 am – 4.00 pm Venue: Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick For further details visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/ oldcheesefactory or call the Old Cheese Factory on 9702 1919.

Composting rebate available Did you know the City of Casey offers rebates to encourage and assist residents to compost? Residents can claim back $30 from the purchase of a compost bin, $40 for compost fermenters/Bokashi Bucket and $50 on worm farms, with proof of purchase. Council has two FREE education sessions coming up where residents can learn more about composting. Choosing the right compost system for your home Date: Saturday 29 October 2016 Time: 10.00 am – 11.30 am Venue: The Andrews Centre, 2-6 Hanna Drive, Endeavour Hills Backyard composting Date: Monday 7 November 2016 Time: 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm Venue: City of Casey Civic Centre, Magid Drive, Narre Warren To RSVP to an education session call City of Casey Customer Service on 9705 5200. For further details on the compost rebate and to apply visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/composting.

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Council elections 2016

Beyond roads, rates, rubbish By Kadira Pethiyagoda

Four Oaks Ward candidates Brian Oates, Rosalie Crestani, Chris Sargeant, Richard Barrow, Shar Balmes and Barry Erlenwein at the Picture: CAM LUCADOU-WELLS Narre Warren North forum 160207

Pay rise for mayor? By Cam Lucadou-Wells DOES Casey’s mayor deserve a bigger pay-packet than their $83,343.27 allowance - plus travel, study and communications expenses? Four Oaks Ward candidates revealed their thoughts at a Narre Warren North Association council election forum on 3 October. Former mayor Shar Balmes said the 80-houra-week workload was demanding, and felt she and her family deserved the $80,000 salary at the time. “I earned every cent and my family earned it as well.” Ms Balmes said she’d like the mayor to earn a

six-figure salary given the task of representing the council and community. Councillor Rosalie Crestani said the mayor was busy with at least four commitments to attend to a day, as well as balancing family needs, but was not in favour of a pay rise. A $95,000 package including the recompensed expenses was “more than enough”. Cr Crestani said the package dwarfed the $30,000 received by other Casey councillors who also “do a lot of the work”. She believed the mayor should be directly elected by the community, not colleagues. Another candidate Barry Erlenwein said he

didn’t realise councillors were paid, and was in favour of sacking mayors if they “weren’t doing a good job”. Richard Barrow said he wasn’t in favour of extending mayoral terms to two years - as proposed in a current state review into local government. He said it was good to turn over the mayoral role every year for “fresh leadership”. In response to another question, Brian Oates, a former councillor, said Casey’s municipality had got too big and should be split into two. Mr Oates said he’d prefer boundaries to represent a “sense of belonging” to villages and communities such as Harkaway and Narre Warren, not just being part of Casey.

Candidate says he’s an ‘independent-minded’ Liberal By Cam Lucadou-Wells CASEY councillor Damien Rosario has confirmed his Liberal Party membership after leaving that question blank in a recent Star News survey. Cr Rosario, who is re-contesting his River Gum Ward seat in this month’s council elections, said he’d left the question blank because his political affiliations were “irrelevant”. “I am running as an Independent,” he told Star News. Other River Gum candidates who have declared political party memberships - and responded to the

survey - were Wayne Smith (ALP) and John Gulzari (The Greens). Former Greens councillor Lynette Keleher stated she has no party membership currently. Four candidates in Mayfield Ward have declared Liberal Party membership in the survey. They are councillors Gary Rowe and Amanda Stapledon as well as Graham Smith and Aravind Putta. In Four Oaks Ward, there is a mixture of political hues including Brian Oates (ALP), John Glazebrook (Sustainable Population Australia), as well as sitting councillors Rosalie Crestani (Rise Up Australia

Party) and Rafal Kaplon (Liberals). Edrington Ward councillors Mick Morland and Susan Serey are Liberal members. Riley Baird of the Greens was the only other surveyed candidate with declared political allegiances in the ward. The five surveyed Springfield Ward candidates Cr Sam Aziz, Garry Page, Rex Flannery, Kasuni Mendis and Paul Richardson, had no declared party membership. Balla Balla Ward’s Geoff Ablett who has run for state Parliament as a Liberal - and Tom Rennick didn’t respond to the survey.

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AS seen with Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the US, ordinary people are firing up and sending a message to establishment politicians. While staying in the UK, I saw people rejoining the political party they’d left decades before to support maverick Jeremy Corbyn. Throughout the West, citizens are increasingly trying to take democracy into their own hands. I returned to Casey only to see a similar trend with 81 candidates nominating to run for the council elections. They are supported by hundreds of mates, well-wishers and fellow-travellers letterboxing, erecting signs and sparring with opponents on Facebook. It’s a level of passion that suggests people think council can play a greater role than ‘roads, rates and rubbish’. This (supposedly) most accessible tier of government, long off the public’s radar, is gaining new relevance. This may be due to councillors promising policies outside their power to deliver and the punters having little knowledge of what councils do. But it’s also the product of something deeper, something that presents a valuable opportunity for our democracy. New activism at the grassroots level and at the erstwhile political fringes is the result of decades of disillusionment with mainstream politics reaching crescendo. The 2016 federal election saw the lowest voter turnout since compulsory voting began in 1925. Enormous federal electorates with one MP representing around 100,000 people contribute to this disconnect. Add to this the unabating scandal of wealth inequality (recent stats showing 730,000+ children live in poverty) and working people feeling their views are unrepresented in the mainstream media. Amidst all this, the humble council may play an increasingly important role as a voice for ordinary people that can be heard at the higher tiers of government. Alongside wanting more say in how our society is run, people are yearning to rediscover a sense of community - something shattered by decades of unquestioned individualist economics. Councils provide services that can reduce the epidemic of loneliness. The more ownership people feel over their council, the more they will support these services to help those among us in most need. Political engagement itself is an antidote to isolation. During the council campaign, I saw ordinary people do what little they can to make a change for the community. Without big media budgets, they spent weeks doorknocking and letterboxing to get their message out. While they sacrificed their time, borrowed money and crowdfunded, the benefits were far greater. Crossing cultural and religious divides, they came together for a common purpose, went outdoors and got active. Councilors and politicians that recognise these longterm trends, seeing themselves as representatives of their peers, will thrive and help make real change. - Migrating from Sri Lanka as a child, Dr Kadira Pethiyagoda grew up in Casey. He has represented Australia overseas as a diplomat and has advised MPs on foreign policy and national security matters. Dr Pethiyagoda is a Fellow with the Brookings Institution and was a visiting scholar at Oxford University. He has a PhD in International Relations, is writing two books and has published widely.

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Food truck gets a feed A CRANBOURNE church feeding the hungry and homeless was one of nine community groups funded by the Casey Cardinia Foundation in the latest round of grants. Christine Marsh explained the working of the Cranbourne Regional Uniting Church Food Truck at the 13th annual Casey Cardinia Foundation Charity Dinner on Friday night. Foundation chairman Paul Thomas said it was great to be able to announce that the foundation had granted over $33,000 to local groups, including nine different organisations, which takes the total contribution to over $443,000 in the history of the foundation. Other projects funded this year included Connections UnitingCare, offering support services to children in Out of Home Care due to concerns over child abuse and neglect; Communities that Care for the delivery of a Mental Health First Aid program in secondary schools; Beyond Disability, to help keep veterans socially connected and able to use online systems for support; Echo, for the development of a Ranges Emergency Recovery Hub, to register and help those displaced in an emergency situation; Pakenham Scouts, for the purchase of new tents to address the increase in female

youth membership; Garfield Scouts, to support the development of a nonresidential training venue to service future leaders; the Cranbourne Casey Men’s Shed, to support the purchase of dust extractors to provide a cleaner and safer working environment; and St John Ambulance to support a First Aid in School program to teach primary school aged children how to respond in an emergency. Mr Thomas was thrilled with the success of the annual charity dinner, attended by 250 people at the Cardinia Cultural Centre on Friday 14 October. “The room looked better than it has before, people had a great time and, most importantly, we raised significant funds to be used by local community groups across the Casey Cardinia Region,” he said. “It is the most important fundraising activity the foundation participates in and our thanks goes out to everyone who contributed to making it a huge success.” Guests rocked out to the sounds of the Awesome 80s show, featuring hit songs from the likes of Sean Kelly from The Models, Dale Ryder from Boom Crash Opera and Mark Gable from The Choir Boys.

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Greg Flood demonstrates one of the new popular lines of defence from intruders. 155443 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS nearby reserve on Centre Road. “Even people in commercial premises are becoming more focused on getting their security up to scratch. “Your run-in-the-mill methods are not going to deter people like the Apex Gang.” Mr Flood said the first step was to get a high-tech CCTV and alarm system, and put up signs to tell would-be intruders that the premises are secured. Police wouldn’t attend alarm ac-

tivations unless they were verified, Mr Flood said. New alarm systems sent realtime images of break-ins to the owner’s smartphone and can provide that proof to police. Loud alarms are the “second line of defence”, forcing burglars to flee before too much damage is done. Smoke machines can also deter intruders from ransacking a premises such as a pharmacy or a 24-hour servo. “Normally a burglar can fill up

their backpack and be out of there within minutes. But you can’t steal what you can’t see.” CCTV was now routinely highdefinition. Eclipse’s standard is BluRay quality, Mr Flood said. Mr Flood says Casey is relatively quiet for crime compared to other parts of the world such as South Africa. It was the rise of violent offences such as armed home invasions and the rising numbers of illegally held guns on the streets that was startling.

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IN HIS statement for re-election, the Mayor of Casey, Sam Aziz, claims that his opponents do not have a coherent plan for the future of this city; a city impacted by poker machine addiction, high population growth, and secret council meetings. One way to make Casey a richer city is to start combating poker machine addiction. A 20 per cent reduction in spending on poker machines means people in the south-eastern suburbs will have $25 million that can be spent elsewhere, such as starting up a business, travel, or investment for their future. Under Sam Aziz nothing has been done to stop the growth in poker machine addiction. But problem gambling is behind crime in Casey. More police and 24-hour police stations will only deal with the symptoms, not the underlying problem. My first step will be to join with other councils in launching an assault on the hotel and poker industry. John Glazebrook, Endeavour Hills.

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WE CONGRATULATE Cranbourne businessman Mr Barry Drayton for advocating a change this month in the City of Casey coun-

cil election. He has brought out the facts about Bunjil Place. The erection of this incredibly expensive and totally unnecessary ego-boosting new building to enable current councillors (including the CEO and office personnel) to live in a workplace luxury and point out â&#x20AC;&#x153;I built that." We are sure that this luxurious, elaborate building could out beat Parliament House. He has also drawn on the area where the present mayor in particular is sensitive to any form of opinion and that they (the council) must remember that it is we, ratepayers who pay them their fat salaries. Also mentioned are the endless color shoots by the mayor, councillors and hierarchy of the council. Another waste of ratepayers' money. Where do you see or hear from these people during their tenure of service in the council? The time has come when the future of the City of Casey is in the hands of every ratepayer who must put every existing councillor last when completing the ballot paper. Ratepayers think before you vote. We need fresh blood for our new council. Dunstan Girton and Louis Kotsiras, Hampton Park.

Tagged a terrorist IT IS deplorable that the 'Council elections

2016, Campaign race row hitsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; article (13 October) should be reporting the ugly spectre of 1950s McCarthyism in 2016 Australia. Talk about history repeating itself. In 1950s with America under the sway of McCarthy whole sections of society were under suspicion, the innocent reported then persecuted. Now we have Councillor Aziz reporting 26 people just for a tag on Facebook. It appears these days in Casey you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even have to say something to be reported as a potential terrorist. Is the next step thought police, or to report as a potential terrorist anybody who votes for the Springfield candidate Faisal Najibi? Meanwhile your newspaper ignores real issues such as the Narre Warren power station that could affect peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health and their homes. Refer to my website https:// www.caseyre.org and the Narre Warren power station section for details. A personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house and land can represent the largest financial investment they may make in their lifetime. For some in Casey that financial investment is threatened by the current operation of the Narre Warren power station, the EPA guidelines and failure of Casey Council to adhere to EPA guidelines. Garry Page, Candidate for Springfield Ward.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s None Of Our Business But ... THE Casey Cardinia Foundation has a wonderful opportunity, as charity partner for the Cranbourne GP Run, to raise funds for the community through coin collection. But the foundation needs about 50 volunteers to assist with coin collection throughout the three-hour event on this Saturday 22 October, in Cranbourneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s High Street. If you would like to make a local difference in your local community - and can make yourself available - the foundation would love to hear from you. Volunteers would be needed between 8am and 11am in Cranbourne, and will be issued with tins and visibility wear.

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three letters - 'WTFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. AN EXCITABLE accused was meanwhile anxious to quiz people outside the court on the probity of the legal system. After posing for a selfie with another accused dressed in bold sunglasses and a gleaming suit, the man asked a bystander what did he think about the law. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all in favour of the woman," he declared. The pair looked like they were dressed for the Flemington races but we assume he wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be bound for Oaks Day - the traditional ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; day.


Police urge public calls By Victoria Stone-Meadows CASEY Crime Investigation Unit is urging the public not to be afraid about calling triplezero if they see something they believe to be suspicious. The call out comes after detectives arrested two young men from the area who have possible connections to the Apex Crime Gang. The two men, one from Narre Warren and one from Noble Park, are both under the age of 18 and were arrested in relation to a series of aggravated burglaries and other property offences as well as evading police. One of the young men had 58 separate charges bought against him by police but both

young men were charged with many and varied offences. Police captured one of the young crooks when his mother called police after he breached his bail-ordered curfew. The second young criminal was extracted from a house in Endeavor Hills where he was hiding out from police detection. Detective Senior Constable Angela Butler from Casey CIU said members from this gang tend to work in groups so it’s important people are vigilant of suspicious behavior. “They work in a pack and go around stealing cars and doing daytime burglaries, using the stolen cars to conduct burglaries and evading the police,” she said.

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Trick-or-treat action aplenty CASEY Central retailers will be getting into the Halloween trick-or-treat action on 30 October. Children can register, dress up in costume and go trick-or-treating from participating retailers at the shopping centre as part of the Halloween Spooktacular from 10am-1pm. A prize will be awarded for the bestdressed participant. The shopping centre is at the corner of Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road and Littlecroft Avenue, Narre Warren South.

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RANGEBANK Primary School in Cranbourne has been playing host to Indian students from Bluebells School International in New Delhi and had a visit from the Indian Consul-General. Indian Consul-General to Australia Manika Jain, who visited the school on Monday 17 October, met students from both schools, and was an honoured guest at a special assembly. Students from Rangebank and Bluebells shared their experiences of having a delegation of Indian students at the school for two weeks. There was also traditional Hindi dances performed by two Bluebells students and gifts exchanged between staff members of the two schools. Ms Jain spoke about the exchange program and how these experiences create friendships and understandings between cultures that can last a lifetime. “It is so wonderful to see so many cultures under one roof,” she said. “It is a great thing to have students and schools sharing experiences and learning so much about one another in our multi-cultural society.” The celebration of cultures also touched on the upcoming Diwali Festival, which starts on the 15th day of the dark fortnight of the Hindu month of Ashwin, (October/November) every year. Other special guests included Casey Councillor Amanda Stapledon and members of the local Hindi community. Rangebank Primary School principal Colin Avery said the exchange program had been very enriching for the students at Rangebank. “We’ve had a fantastic time, and there has been a tremendous sharing of information about different approaches in Education between Bluebells and ourselves,” he said. “Bluebells do seven exchanges a year and the wealth of information they are gaining clearly place them in a very good position across the world.

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The coffin being taken from the church at St Agatha's. sical involvement extended to the band Passenger with a few schoolmates and a duo Double Shot with good friend Andrew Schultz. As Double Shot, they cut their entertainment teeth at The Settlement Hotel in Cranbourne, where A Positive Move was also born almost two decades ago. A Positive Move event manager Sue Mason wrote a tribute on behalf of the staff, saying their boss always brought positivity and laughter into the office. “He always valued everyone’s opinion and made sure when we had staff meetings that everyone’s contribution was listened to and valued. No one was more important than anyone else, whether you were an old staff member or a new one.”

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Car smashes into window CLINICIANS at a Hampton Park medical precinct say footpath bollards are needed after a car mounted a parking area’s kerb and ploughed into a pharmacy’s display window. The large four-by-three metre window was shattered and shelving pushed across the shop floor by the vehicle at Nova Pharmacy off Stuart Avenue shortly before 7am on Monday 17 October. A 46-year-old Hampton Park woman is expected to receive a summons for careless driving, a Victoria Police spokeswoman said. Olivera Doder, manager of the neighbouring Southern

Cross Medical Centre, heard the impact as she arrived at work. Ms Doder said the middleaged driver was shaken but not injured by the crash. It seemed the driver had pressed the accelerator instead of the brake, but was unable to explain what happened. “She was just coming in to have a blood test this morning.” Ninety-degree parking spots are separated from the pharmacy and neighbouring clinics by just two metres of paved footpath. Julie from of the adjoining Dorevitch Pathology said pedestrians and patients needed to be protected by bollards. She said two vehicles had

crashed into her clinic. Pharmacist Greg Clements said it had been 15 years since a similar crash into the pharmacy, but backed a call for protective bollards. Mr Clements said the damaged window was expected to be secured some time that day. Casey council stated the issue of installing bollards was a matter for the site’s owner. Chief executive Mike Tyler said the council took into account Australian Standards design guidelines when it planned and approved parking areas next to a footpath. “Bollards are not typically required to be installed to separate parking bays from a footpath,” he said.

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No ‘black dogs’ here HILLCREST Christian College took the opportunity to promote mental health to its students during Mental Health Week earlier this month. Hillcrest’s main focus was on their hard-working VCE students who are preparing for their final exams. “With all the pressure and studying, their mental health is paramount,” said Michelle Nye, director of the Discovery Centre (DC). “This whole week, we have given the students tools and exercises to deal with stress and anxiety.” Perhaps the most exciting event occurred on Wednesday,12 October when rescue dogs from Forever Friends Animal Rescue in Pakenham paid a visit. Volunteers from the animal rescue brought some lively dogs during lunchtime for the VCE students to enjoy. There was lots of belly rubs, patting and excitement ‘on hand’ for the foster dogs. “The students seemed to immediately de-stress and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the canine company,” said Germaine Moser, a discovery centre teacher at Hillcrest. Students also learnt about the benefits of adopting and fostering pets from the volunteers at Forever Friends Animal Rescue.

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Josh Atkinson was so small when he was born he could wear his father's wedding ring on his arm. 160771 Picture: CONTRIBUTED she received from Life’s Little Treasures. “My daughter was born at 25 weeks almost five years ago, in November at the Monash Medical Centre at Clayton,” she said. “The support from hem during the period we were in NICO in Clayton was really important and once out, the support network was vital. “It is entirely different from having a full-term child.” Ms Smith said she was passionate about participating in the walk because she would never forget the helping hand the foundation gave her. “Every year we make sure we do it,” she said. “To be there for other families and raise money to help other families on a similar journey.” The Atkinsons said the Walk for Prems Event had created a great community of people who had a shared experience and support each other through their journeys. “We don’t have much to do with other kids in the same situation and Josh knows he’s a

bit different so the walk is one place we can go and we can talk among kids who are in similar boat,” Mrs Atkinson said. Co-founder and CEO of Life’s Little Treasures Foundation Shusannah Morris said the money raised through the walk fills a gap in neo-natal care. “Without government funding, it is only through the generous support of the Australian community that Life’s Little Treasures Foundation can be there for these families as they face an emotional and uncertain journey,” she said. “Money raised from our annual Walk for Prems Event ensures we can continue to provide support, education and understanding to families in need, free of charge.” This year’s Melbourne Walk for Prems Event will be held at Albert Park on Sunday 23 October and registrations are open for anyone who wants to participate. To find out more about Life’s Little Treasures or to register for the walk, visit www. lifeslittletreasures.org.au.

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CASEY families will be participating in the annual Walk with Prems Event this year to raise money and awareness for families who are caring for premature babies. In 2013, 8.6 per cent of babies born in Victoria were born pre-term, that is less than 37 weeks of gestation. Of those babies born prematurely in Australia, 54.4 per cent of them were admitted into specialist neo-natal care. The Life’s Little Treasures Foundation that hosts the Walk for Prems Event provides support and information to families whose children are born prematurely or sickly. For the seventh year, Life’s Little Treasures is hosting a walk in seven different locations around the country to raise money for families whose children are in neo-natal intensive care. Nine years ago, the Atkinson family from Cranbourne spent 81 uncertain days at hospital after their son Josh was born after just 25 weeks of gestation. “It was a very isolating and very nerve-wracking time,” mother Colleen Atkinson said. “There wasn’t as much support around when we were in hospital at the Royal Women’s so we do this walk every year to help others who are going through the same thing,” she said. Josh Atkinson is nearly 10 years old now but his rocky start to life has left a lasting impression on his development. “Josh even now is three steps behind with a few little ongoing medical issues,” Mrs Atkinson said. Amy Smith from Berwick will also be attending the walk and shared her experience of the early arrival of her daughter Madison and the support


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It’s official - it’s time to get out there WITH the weather finally warming up, it’s time to get out into the great outdoors and enjoy what the region offers. Emerald Lake Park is always a good starting point. Situated in the heart of Emerald in the Dandenong Ranges, it’s just up the road, approximately one hour’s drive east of the Melbourne CBD. As one of the destination points for the iconic Puffing Billy, the park offers a range of activities including picnics, walking trails, paddleboats and fishing – something for everyone. It’s a ‘park for all seasons’ where visitors can seek relief from the summer heat under the cool established trees or enjoy a splash in the wading pool. In autumn, they can enjoy the old favourite ‘shuffle’ through fallen leaves and the spectacular display of autumnal colours. Then brisk walks through misty mornings in the wintertime are followed by the joy of spring flowers and the arrival of ducklings and moorchicks. The park, open every day of the year except Christmas Day and CFA code red and extreme fire danger days, also features the Nobelius Heritage Park and Emerald Museum which is open to the public. Or you could try somewhere a little closer to home and head to the Wilson Botanic Park at Berwick, 668 Princes Highway Berwick. Wilson Botanic Park is open every day except Christmas Day and Good Friday (and code red fire danger days) 7am-9pm during daylight

A blaze of colour at Emerald Lake. 160661 savings days. The visitor centre is open 10am to 4pm daily. Admission is free except when

there are special events at the park. Only minutes from the Monash Freeway, the park, 39 hectares or natural botanic wonders, attracts local and

international visitors and is sanctuary to an abundance of native animals. Perched on the edge of the basalt lake, the birdhide provides the perfect

cover for bird watching. The directional marker on the cliff above identifies panoramic highlights of Berwick and beyond. There are plenty of great picnic areas at the park, perfect for a barbecue with friends and the playground is popular with kids. Many enjoy the wonderful walking tracks around the picturesque lakes. Wandering through the grounds of the Botanic Park it is difficult to imagine the site was an operational quarry until the late 1970s. The quarry was founded by William Wilson in 1859. Mr Wilson recognised a business opportunity and began excavating the site, which would soon become renowned for producing some of the highest quality basalt in the Melbourne region. The transformation of the quarry site began in the late 1980s when work was started by the then City of Berwick. In 1992, the Honourable Bill Hayden AC, as Governor-General, officially opened the park, which is dedicated to the memory of early pioneers. A fossil seam is not something commonly found in a botanic garden or park, but Wilson Botanic Park Berwick is lucky enough to have two. The fossil sites, which have been studied by universities across Australia, boast both tropical and temperate species. It is rare to find these varieties in one place. Such evidence reveals that the site was tropical rainforest many years ago.

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Wilson Park hosts Savers for super spooktacular events ENJOY a spooktacular Halloween at Wilson Botanic Park Berwick. Wilson Botanic Park Berwick (WBPB) will be the place to celebrate Halloween this year, with the park set to host two spooky events over one exciting day on Sunday 30 October 2016. The day will kick off with a child friendly event, Trick or Treat Spectacular, from 3pm to 6pm. Children can come dressed up as their favourite character and trick or treat safely along a 1km trail, featuring spooky but friendly characters, entertainment and activities, with lollies included. The scare-factor will then go up a notch for Halloween Scare Park from 7pm to 10.30pm, recommended for people aged 14 and over. This event will include a terrifying 1km walking ghost train experience, live music, dancers, sound and light display, as well as food trucks and vendors. City of Casey CEO Mike Tyler encouraged residents to join in the Halloween fun at WBPB. “WBPB will be transformed into a spooky botanic playground, with Halloween fun for all ages throughout the afternoon and evening. “The day will kick off with the ultimate family friendly trick

spooky shoppers CREATIVITY, colours and costumes galore - find inspiration and transformation. There is an exciting range of costumes or shoppers can even create their own with the assistance from one of the great costume consultants at Savers Fountain Gate. The range of costumes will blow shoppers away.

No bones about it, it’s going to be scary. or treat experience, before the seriously scary, yet seriously fun, Halloween Scare Park at night. “Those aged 18-plus also have the option to become a paranormal investigator for the night under the guidance of professional investigators from Aussiedownunder Paranormal Investigation. You can learn about equipment, techniques and analysis while conducting a live investigation. “There will also be a pumpkin carving competition to coincide with the event, where entrants can drop-off their creation to WBPB before 3pm on the day to go before the judg-

es. This is a great opportunity for residents to give pumpkin carving a go, with the winner receiving a Volkswagen for a weekend and accommodation for one night, thanks to sponsor Berwick Volkswagen.” For further details on the two events, the Paranormal Investigation and the pumpkin carving competition visit www.casey. vic.gov.au/wbpb or call WBPB on 9707 5818. Tickets to Trick or Treat Spectacular cost $10 per child and adults are free, while Scare Park costs $20 per person. For tickets visit www.trybooking. com/MQOA.

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Cranbourne North 30 Yorkshire Drive Sitting Pretty In Camden Green

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This immaculate home sits in a perfect position on the high side of the street in a very sought ater area. A very spacious and comfortable home with approx. 26 squares of living space,including double garage with remote. Featuring 3 good sized bedrooms with built in robes, plus separate study/4th Bedroom. The Master bedroom has a full ensuite and WIR. The large hostess kitchen is, big enough for the budding “Master Chef” in the family, with heaps of bench space, fabulous storage cupboards and a dishwasher. This

home has been specifically designed for family entertaining with a large dining room that will easily accommodate ten and adjoining family room. There is also a lovely second living room, which can be closed of for some” Me Time”. With a great sized family bathroom plus a powder room all your family and guests can be accommodated. The covered al-fresco and paved BBQ entertaining area is sure to be a hit with all your friends and it overlooks the mature low maintenance gardens serviced by large water tank..

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This home is comprised of 3 bedrooms situated on a corner allotment. Master bedroom with ensuite, other bedrooms with built in robes, 2 living areas including lounge room & a separate tiled meals area adjacent the kitchen which has modern appliances, second separate toilet/bathroom near the other 2 bedrooms, laundry with storage facility & a low maintenance backyard, garden shed & remote DLUG with rear access. Other features; ducted heating, dishwasher, landscaped gardens, concrete driveways & more!

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Set on 750sqm allotment this entire lifestyle package includes side access to park boat or caravan, lined Man cave & covered Cabana completes this outdoor oasis. Vast open planed living allows the cathedral ceilings to create a framework of sophistication, whilst the fully integrated chefs kitchen with walk in pantry adjoins casual living separate rumpus/living & meals area opening to manicured gardens & entertaining in style. 3 bedrooms, study, master with stylish ensuite & WIR & cinema room.

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BLIND BIGHT

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THIS is a large four-bedroom plus study home set in the charming coastal village of Blind Bight. THE home is only 12 years old with neutral tonings throughout and offering a good size lounge, excellent well-appointed kitchen complete with new stainless-steel appliances and dishwasher, main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, the other bedrooms are all generous sized, plus low maintenance floating timber flooring throughout, family meals area, plus a rumpus/games room. Features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling plus solid-fuel heating to ensure year-round comfort. Outside there is a sensational pergola entertainment area, double garage with internal access and extra off-road parking for the boat trailer or caravan - all on a block of about 650 square metres.

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* Land Size 1,242m2 ( approx.) * Commercial 1 Zone * 19.20m Frontage x 64.52 m Length * Suit Shop/ Medical centre / Showroom * Busy Road Frontage * Located in a growing area

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$293,500 EVAN’S PARK-BUSINESS VILLAGE STAGE TWO Lots from 1,174m²-6,489m². Priced from $293,000 or $250 per sqm. Commercial 1 Zone & Mixed Use. Adjoining Major Supermarket (Woolworths), Service Station, (7-Eleven), Medical Centre, large Chemist, 24/7 Gym, Childcare a variety of fast food outlets & cafe plus more. 10 Minutes from the Monash & Eastlink. One of the fastest growth area’s in Victoria. Stage One sold out. Call now to secure your allotment

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45 ACRE BLANK CANVAS… LET YOUR IMAGINATION RUN WILD! (216126) Located in the pristine coastal village of Blind Bight is this 45 acre hobby farm.This property would be perfect for many uses, making it a great versatile investment. With features such as; Clear usable grounds with main road frontage. 5 x paddocks, all with water & hot wire. Large dam, supplying water to all paddocks. Bathroom block with toilet, shower & laundry. Being quite centrally located and with loads of potential, this property would very well suit a market gardener, someone looking to house trucks or machinery, and or even someone looking to run agistment from.

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LARGE FAMILY HOME

(216179) Probably the best value unit for sale in Cranbourne. Featuring 2 Bedrooms, separate lounge, kitchen, meals, split system reverse cycle A/C. Outside there is a courtyard and single lock up garage. Walking distance to Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre, Medical Centre & Train Station. Currently leased on a mxm at $1062 pcm.

(216248) Ideal 1st home or investment property. Situated on a corner block of approx. 588m², this home offers 3 bedrooms, an updated kitchen with electric wall oven & gas hotplates, open plan lounge room with A/C, double garage with plenty of back yard for the kids. Only a short stroll to schools, shops and public transport.

(216191) A large family home in a quiet location. Featuring 4 bedrooms,WIR, full ensuite. Separate lounge, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Family area, 2 x air conditioners, ducted heating & floating floor boards. All set on approx. 523m² block overlooking park land. Currently leased on a mxm basis at $1300 PCM.

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CaterS For eVerYone (216105) A large family 4 bedroom plus study home set in the charming coastal village of Blind Bight. The home is only 12 years young with neutral tonings throughout & offering a good size lounge, excellent well-appointed kitchen complete with new stainless steel appliances & dishwasher, master with ensuite & WIR, the other bedrooms are all generous sized, low maintenance floating timber flooring throughout, family meals area, plus a rumpus, games room. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling plus coonara ensures year round comfort. Outside there is a sensational pergola entertainment area, double garage with internal access & extra off road parking, 650m² approx. block.

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baSIC hoMe - Water VIeWS (216244) 3 bedroom hardiplank home in a great location, waterfront at Warneet on a 607m² block currently rented out at $1083 per calendar Mth, MxM the tenants would love to stay on if they could. This is your chance to invest in a lifestyle and location that the other people are envious of!

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VIEWS TO THE CITY SKYLINE (216148) Approx. 50sq, with quality fixtures & fittings, 5 bedrooms (plus study nook), 4 bathrooms & 3 living areas plus alfresco. Downstairs guest room with ensuite & robes, cinema room plus 80mm caesar stone central kitchen with built in wine rack, dual ovens & twin extractor fans, a large family room with jet master fire & alfresco area. Upstairs we have a huge master bedroom with a large WIR. Dressing room area another 3 bedrooms plus SLaDen ParK beautY rumpus lounge area. (216255) Situated at the bowl of the court in the much sought after and rarely found 3 bedroom property full ensuite to master, large open plan living areas, includes wood heater, ducted heating, Reverse Cycle Air conditioner. Outdoor entertaining area, double garage on a nice 715m² block (approx.) & backing onto reserve. Be quick this won’t last long.

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$559,500 Cranbourne north

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aPProX - 2 YearS YounG (216251) Mayfield Estate, 4 bedroom Porter Davis home, large master bedroom with full ensuite & WIR, floating timber floors from entry to family & rumpus, large carpeted lounge & carpeted to bedrooms. Ducted heating, ceaser stone benches, great kitchen with lots of cupboards. 5 burner s/steel stove & dishwasher. 544m² approx. block, 5.5sq garage with access through garage to a concreted area up to the standup workshop & alfresco area. rooM For the WhoLe FaMILY (216254) This 4 bedroom, full ensuite family home. A sensational loorplan consists of multiple living zones including spacious family/rumpus room, huge timber kitchen with lots of cupboard space & breakfast bar. Quality ixtures & itting throughout plus a double brick garage. Located in the popular Waverley Park estate, court location plus a 649m² block (approx.).

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$449,000 Cranbourne north

$419,000

“3 BEDROOMS PLUS STUDY” (216257) Immaculate home inside and out, two living areas, formal lounge & family/rumpus room, gas ducted heating plus split system air con ensures year round comfort.A wellappointed kitchen with wall oven, gas cooktop and dishwasher. The master bedroom has a full ensuite & walk in robe and built in robes to another 2 bedrooms plus a fourth bedroom or study. The main bathroom also has a spa bath. Outdoors we have a fantastic pergola patio area with pot belly stove & sun blind’s, 10 x 6 garage with 15amp power, double carport (high clearance) all on a 592m² approx. block. Handy for schools, shopping centre and transport.

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reaDY MaDe InVeStMent (216099) Great opportunity to purchase an investment with a current tenant in place. Currently returning $1538 PCM & leased until Dec. 2016. Modest 4 bedroom property with a full ensuite to main bedroom, ducted heating, formal lounge, plus adjoining family room off the kitchen. Includes lockup garage & good sized back yard on a 600m² block (approx.).Walking distance to all amenities.

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SUPERB 20 ACRE LIFESTYLE PROPERTY - LEONGATHA

ADDRESS: 53 Island View Rd, The Gurdies INSPECT: Sun 23rd and Sat 29th October or by appointment PRICE: $380,000 AGENTS: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 Tamara Leskie 0448 809 458 @realty Pty Ltd

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You simply must step inside this home to truly appreciate all it has to ofer, when we say it has the WOW factor, we’re not kidding! On a quiet no through road with bay and rural views, solar panels, solar hot water, water tanks, vegetable garden & fruit trees. Step inside the home to reveal beautiful rough sawn loating loors throughout, 2 large open plan living areas, a modern kitchen, 2 bedrooms upstairs and a 3rd plus sitting room down stairs, ideal for a home oice or parents retreat. Double garage, high carport and tons of space on the 746m2 block.

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• 3 bedrooms, 1 study, 2 bathrooms • 3 living areas, wood heater, s/s r/c • 20 acres (approx.) of quality land • Good fencing, 2 dams, town water • Big shed (approx. 20m x 7.5m), dbl garage • 18mins to Inverloch, 1hr 45min to Melb

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VISITORS simply must step inside this home to truly appreciate the property’s wow factor, says the selling agent. This very neat and tidy home is situated in a quiet no-through road with relaxing bay and rural views. It is the perfect property for those who want to be a bit self-sufficient with its solar panels, solar hot water, water tanks, vegetable garden and seven fruit trees. Visitors can step inside the home to reveal beautiful rough sawn floating floors throughout, two large open plan living areas, a modern kitchen with 900ml stainless steel oven, two bedrooms upstairs and two more or one and a sitting room down stairs which would be ideal for a home office or parents’ retreat. The main living area has a reverse cycle air conditioner and wood heater and doors leading to the cozy deck with screens so the area can be enjoyed all year around. There is plenty of spaces for boats, cars,

caravans and motorhomes etc with a long driveway, large double garage and extra high enclosed carport. The block is approximately 746 square metres and the rear yard is fully fenced with plenty of space and a fernery to enjoy. The agent is available seven days a week.

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Wow, huge block approx 700m2. For sale. Buyers Over $370,000 Your first step to get into the market is to look for a good location, whether you are investing or a first home buyer. • Lounge with quality floating floor • Updated hostess kitchen with 5 burner gas cooking • Split system and evap cooling • Undercover pergola on the side

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Architect designed home with views • 4 bedrooms plus study, 2 bathrooms • Flexible floorplan with kitchen both levels • Balcony overlooking golf course Move in and enjoy this quality family home

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RENOWNED EQUINE AND WAGYU BEEF PROPERTY As-new steel Colorbond shed 30m x 25m x 8m with three-phase power, water, concrete, housing six large stables 5m x 6m and could accommodate 30 in total. Huge mezzanine storage potential also. Three-bay machinery and sundry sheds, dual entrance, ample water storage. Excellent clean peat loam pastures, newly resewn and sprayed, rigid fertiliser regime. Central laneway, numerous paddock sizes, 6m x 3m horse stalls, extensive horse fencing. Larger beef paddocks, 30mL irrigation dam, 3h bore with 78mL license, underground mains. First class cattle yards, ramps, crush, etc, truck access, generous hard stand yard area. 100m straight plus 2000m round training tracks, formed but not surfaced This property, currently owned by wellknown racing identities who have hung

up the bridles, is reluctantly offered to the market for genuine sale. This is an opportunity to acquire some of the well-bred Wagyu that will be offered to the successful purchaser. This is a fine example of overall good farm management and is a genuine walk-in opportunity with little or nothing left to do.

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Caring for the skin you’re in AUSTRALIAN Skin Clinics offers a range of results-driven aesthetic treatments to suit all ages and skin types. Owner Patrick Tang and clinic manager Rosie Modica opened the business in March. “Since then, we have been very popular with the locals, we have served thousands of clients so far,” Mr Tang said. He said the business offered medical grade machines and a clinical environment. “We offer a complimentary 15 minutes consultation before any new treatment,” he said. “We have highly skilled and qualified staff members, all having a diploma in beauty therapy and years of experience. “Currently in Victoria, it is not required to hold an operator licence to operate the laser machines for treatments. “However, Australian Skin Clinics enforces the same training requirements as they have in Queensland, where a license is a must, including the successful completion of supervised and logged practical hours. “We treat different skin types with different machines to make sure we can get the best results. “In some cases, we may refuse to treat the clients, even if that means we are losing some business. “Safety is our priority. “For example, we do not of-

fer laser treatment for women who are pregnant or breast-feed or tying to conceive. “Although there is no scientific evidence to prove it’s safe or harmful, we’d rather be cautious and go safe.” He said customer satisfaction is what the clinic strives for. “For cosmetic injectables, as we have strong buying power from the growing 26 plus clinics that we have across Australia and New Zealand, we can provide our clients with an affordable price on quality brands.” Australian Skin Clinics offers a range of treatments including laser hair removal, laser rejuvenation, cosmetic injectables, microdermabrasion, skin peels and active skincare products. “It is a new industry for me as an owner,” Mr Tang said. “Previously I had more than 20 years of sales and management experience in the finance industry. Our clinic manager also has many years of experience in retail sales and management. Australian Skin Clinics Fountain Gate is on level two, (opposite Michel’s Patisserie), Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre. Phone 9081 0606 or email reception.fountaingate@ ozskin.com.

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Support for patients, caregivers PASTORAL Services is a highly valued service offered at St John of God Berwick Hospital. During Pastoral Services Week from 16-22 October the hospital is aiming to raise awareness of this incredible source of support at the hospital and clear up exactly what Pastoral Services is. It is not uncommon when in hospital to feel worried or anxious. Pastoral Services can help address patients’ concerns such as their current or future health, their family and loved ones, their home situation, death and dying, faith and spirituality, among other issues. Pastoral Services is different to counselling and social work because it focuses on being a listening, attentive and compassionate presence, walking with patients on their journey. This may involve specific religious needs or general emotional/spiritual support. Counselling sessions tend to be in a regular sequence for in-depth discussion of specific issues. Social workers also address social and practical support issues, assisting people to access available services. Pastoral Services is not all about religion. The aim is to offer open-minded, attentive conversations and provide support according to the patient’s belief system. The team is skilled at providing resources for spiritual and emotional wellbeing, meditation and relaxation, and offering music and rituals to mark significant events as required.

Pastoral practitioner Josie Malone. Illness, birth, injury and surgery are physical experiences but can cause emotional turbulence and spiritual questioning. Will I be OK? Why is this suffering happening to me? How will

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Centre for health services MYHEALTH Medical Centre is a new fixture at Westfield Fountain Gate which opened its doors in May. Dr Sanjay Saluja said the centre offered all the services expected at a medical centre including general medicine, women and men’s health, paediatrics, immunisations, skin checks, minor surgery, preventative medicine, travel medicine, mental health, health assessments, work cover, pre-employment medicals and liquid nitrogen freezing therapy. “We are a bulk billing practice for all valid Medicare card holders,” Dr Saluja said. “You can make an appointment by calling us or going on-line at docbook.com.au and walk-in patients will also be accommodated. “MyHealth Fountain Gate is conveniently located inside Westfield Shopping Centre.” The centre offers onsite pathology, through Australian clinical labs, as well as having a dietician on-site. There is also a bulk-billing after hours service available to all MyHealth patients through the National Home Doctor Service call 13 SICK (7425). “I have more than 25 years’ experience in running a medical centre, providing service to the community with pathology services, minor surgeries, injury management, preemployment medicals with a special interest in skin cancer surgery,” Dr Saluja said. MyHealth Medical Centre is at shop 2014a Westfield Fountain Gate. The centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm and Sunday 10am to 2pm. Phone 8080 1386 or email fountaingate@myhealth.net.au.

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BUSINESS SOUTH-EAST

New hub for youth By Victoria Stone-Meadows AARON Garth from Ultimate Youth Worker was the lucky recipient of office space in the new Casey Cardinia Business Hub in Narre Warren. Mr Garth started his business in 2012 when he noticed a high turnover of staff in the youth services industry and he decided something needed to be done about it. “I started recognizing that a whole heap of my friends had left the youth sector,” he said. “When we started to ask about why it was general things like a lack of communication, lack of jobs, no ongoing support, and a lack of supervision and training. “So we decided to have look and see if anyone was trying to fix it and no one was.” It was through this gap in the market that Ultimate Youth Worker was born to help people in the youth services industry maintain a passion for the work and provide up-to-date training. Mr Garth and his colleagues provide supervision sessions, coaching, mentoring and clinical training such as youth mental health, first aid, and self-care to youth worker professionals to keep them engaged and enjoying their work. The business has expanded into different areas of Melbourne since it began and Mr Garth was looking for a new office space to help youth workers in new areas. “I was driving home one day and heard

about the competition for the Casey Cardinia Business Hub on the radio,” he said. “There was the potential to win a coworking space and a major prize of an office and I had to jump on it. “I knew the City of Casey has the largest youth population in Australia and there would be youth workers facing the same issues.” Although Ultimate Youth Worker has only been in Casey for a few months, Mr Garth said he has received great feedback from the people it has been working with. “We are getting positive feedback and found there was a real need for us here but the biggest issue is the lack of funding,” he said. “With most of the Government’s agendas of free market economy and defunding health and community services, there is going to be a much higher turnover in years to come.” Mr Garth said he enjoys working in Casey and is well on his way to staking a claim here for people in youth services who need a career boost. “We want longevity in the social sector,” he said. “The average youth worker lasts about five years and general social workers about eight, compared to nursing which is about 28 years. “For us it’s all about how we can we provide the support social workers need to have career longevity.”

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A HALLAM manufacturer is set to create 10 new full time jobs and expand its multi-million dollar export trade after landing a State Government grant. Australian Botanical Products received $250,000 towards buying and installing a fullyautomated filling line and vacuum filler as well as high-tech dispensing equipment. The company makes and exports essential oils, carrier oils, raw materials and fragrances for commercial and professional use. The investment is expected to more than double its export sales to $8 million in the next four years as a result. The grant is part of a Manufacturing Program that supports advanced manufacturing in Victoria. Grants of up to $500,000 have been provided for new technology at 12 other firms recently, which was expected to create 100 full-time jobs. Narre Warren North MP Luke Donnellan said the program would help Victoria “transition” towards an advanced manufacturing economy. “Manufacturing is a key employer of Melbourne’s south east. “Our funding is helping local businesses like Australian Botanical Products to diversify into new markets, workers transition into new jobs and to help our local communities survive and grow.” Details are at the Business Victoria website www.business.vic.gov.au/fimp or by calling 13 22 15.

Market in jubilee mode putting the spotlight on fun By Casey Neill MORE than 28,000 people flocked to Dandenong Market to celebrate its 150th birthday. The regional icon hosted jubilee celebrations on Sunday 16 October, featuring food, rides, entertainment and more. Louise Noy was among the revellers and was pleased to see a “very big crowd” show up for the occasion. “I’m glad that they’re recognising how it got where it is today,” she said. Her family was involved in the journey from livestock market to the huge variety of stalls on offer today. Louise’s grandfather Joseph had a dairy farm and sold his cows at the market. “Then when they retired, my dad (Hank) had his own farm as well and he used to take the cows there,” she said. “I was always there as a kid. “I moved away from the area, but I always went there when I was on holidays.

“It was always a place that I always wanted to go back and set up my own stall.” So 15 years ago, she did just that. “I have a huge range of dog treats. It’s a smorgasbord,” she said. Louise also stocks shampoos, collars, leads, and information on dogs. “I do know what I’m on about. I’m there to help you keep your dog happy and healthy. “I just love pets. “It was a hobby and then I went into it full time.” A statue unveiling will bring three months of Dandenong Market birthday celebrations to a close on Friday 4 November. The bronze sculpture by artist Anne Ross will reflect life in the market. The market kicked off festivities on 13 September with the launch of Dandenong Market: Celebrating 150 Years book and the official opening of Rosling Lane, a 20-metre historical mural.

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‘Criminals’ bring badness By Cam Lucadou-Wells THE Escapees Theatre Company has tapped into the “badass” criminal underworld in their latest production. The play’s title Robin Deplace is in itself a neat play on words. It focuses on a hapless man who contemplates a criminal rampage to pay back a large debt to a mafia-like family. Soon this unemployed character’s life starts to intertwine with the family’s Don and a masked “supercriminal” King Crimson. There’s language, adult themes and violence warnings for this show, rated unsuitable for children. Robin Deplace is at Hallam Community Theatre, 74 Frawley Road, Hallam on 26-29 October, 7.30pm; $15 Details: escapeestc. com/

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IN OCTOBER the Berwick Anglican Church will celebrate 150 years of Anglicans worshipping in the Berwick District. A month of activities has been planned throughout October to celebrate. A bush dance will be held on 8 October, the parish’s 114th annual Flower Show and Fair on 22 October and a visit to the area by the bishop for a confirmation service on 16 October and the conduct of a special service of thanksgiving attended by the Archbishop of Melbourne on 30 October. All former members of the parish and interested members of the public are invited to participate in the activities. ■ For further information go to info@berwickanglicanchurch.org.au or telephone 9707 1105.

ENJOY an Elvis tribute show and raise funds for Make-A-Wish on 29 October. Extremely Elvis features the golden hits of Elvis, the comedy of Tony Lewis, rockin’ Rick Charles, Al Morgan, Andrew Portelli, Ebony Portelli and showgirls. ■ Amberlee Receptions, South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne. Tickets $55 per person. Inquiries 0411 958 594.

Saturday sounds ENJOY Saturday Sounds with Jillian Lampkin. Mornington Peninsula-based country music singer/song-writer Jillian Lampkin has spent the past two years writing and recording her new album Here with Me with Golden Guitar nominated artist and producer Doug Bruce. ■ Saturday 22 October, Hampton Park Library, Stuart Avenue, Hampton Park, 2pm3pm. Free, no bookings required.

Car boot sale MARANATHA Christian School is holding a car boot sale to raise funds for its Thailand Mission Team. ■ Saturday 5 November, 8am until 1pm, Maranatha Christian College, Reema Boulevard, Endeavour Hills. To book a stall email maidmentd@maranatha.vic.edu.au or call Delwyn on 0403 476 205.

Dementia help DEMENTIA and Caring is a three-week course for carers who may be struggling with the changes in their life and relationship since a dementia diagnosis. The course is being run by The Alfred Health Carer Services and Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria for carers, family members and friends who are supporting someone who is living with dementia at home. ■The free course will be held on Monday 7, 14 and 21 November at Lynbrook Community Centre, Lynbrook. See flyer at www.carersouth.org.au under Who do You Care For? Bookings essential by 31 October on 9212 3000 or email info@carersouth.org.au.

Cemetery tour JOIN a 90-minute tour of historical Harkaway Cemetery and uncover some of the stories behind the headstones. Tea and biscuits will be served at the conclusion of the tour. ■ Sunday 30 October at 10am, Harkaway Cemetery, Hessel Road, Harkaway. $5 for adults, children under 15 free. Bookings essential at cemetery.tours@nwfhg.org.au.

ACE dinner THE ACE Foundation is holding its annual fund-raising dinner. One hundred per cent of the money goes to assist the foundation’s work supporting students in the City of Casey who are experiencing significant changes in their educational pursuits. MC for the night will be Ben Price, a finalist in Australia’s Got Talent. ■ Friday 21 October, Cranbourne Turf Club,

Spring into play THE City of Casey is joining in the nationwide Children’s Week celebrations by hosting a free fun day out for local children. There will be a sausage sizzle, face painting, arts and crafts, music, trash puppets, sail boats and more with children also encouraged to come dressedup! ■ Thursday 27 October, 10am-1pm, Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick. Grant Street, from 6.30pm. Tickets cost $120. Contact Teresa Muratore on 0459 520 010.

Garage sale AKOONAH Park Men’s Sheds is holding a giant garage sale of a large range of goods. Enjoy a sausage sizzle and bacon-and-egg rolls. Funds raised will go towards an extension of Akoonah Park Men’s Shed’s headquarters. ■ Akoonah Park, Berwick, Saturday 22 October, 8am-1.30pm.

Plant sale THE Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, is having a spring plant sale. It is a great opportunity to purchase plants and look around the Australian Garden. A wide range of Australian plants in tubes and larger pots will be for sale priced from $3. ■ Saturday and Sunday 22 and 23 October, 10am-4pm on both days.

Photography workshop THE Casey Camera Club is holding a two-night beginner’s workshop. The club was formed five years ago and has 80 members. Members meet on the first Thursday night of every month at the Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre and visitors are always welcome. The club regularly organises field trips, training and photo competitions. ■ The workshop is on 10 and 17 November from 7pm to 9pm, at the Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre. There will be a field trip with mentors on Sunday for all participants where they can apply what they’ve learned out in the field. The course is available to all financial members of the club and costs $20 for the two nights.

Silver service dinner ENJOY a night of feasting and music at a silver service carvery buffet and desserts. Crash the Party is a well-known group of talented musicians who will entertain with music from the ’60s to today. Dance floor available for those who like to ‘trip the light fantastic’. Seating is at round tables with 10 per table. ■ Saturday 22 October, 7pm-11pm, Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre. Inquiries to Mary on 0408 962 230. Tickets $50. BYO drinks. Visit www.trybooking.com/MYXN.

Yoga BALLA Balla Community Centre is running daytime and evening yoga classes. It offers both Iyenga and classical style yoga classes taught by qualified instructors and incorporating relaxation, breathing and meditation. It is a great way to balance life during the busy lead up to the festive season. ■ For bookings and inquiries phone 5990 0900.

Ageing creatively U3A Cranbourne is having a group exhibition by the artists at U3A and also exhibits of calligraphy, parchment craft, folk art and various handmade cards. ■ Cranbourne Library, 3/65 Berwick Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East, from Wednesday 5 October for a month. The library opens at 10am. For more information contact Anne Thompson on 5996 7841 or 0419 509 875.

Tennis reunion CLYDE Tennis Club is holding a reunion of past and present players. Meet up with past and present players and have a hit of tennis. Organisers are looking for old photos or memorabilia to put on display. Visitors are asked to book. ■ Clyde Recreation Reserve, Pattersons Road, Clyde, on 23 October. The event will commence at 11.30am with a barbecue lunch provided. The official presentation will be at 1.30pm. Book by 9 October to jcarter2505@ gmail.com advising number of attendees for catering purposes.

Super kids’ day A SUPER day for super kids is a community outreach stage show aimed at primary school age children. The day will include games, entertainment and prizes. There will be a free sausage sizzle as well as photo opportunities after the show. Due to the superhero-themed day, all children are encouraged to dress up to be in the running for a prize. ■ Sunday 6 November from 1.30pm to 2.30pm at the Casey Life Centre, Unit 4, corner Orient Place and Fordholm Road, Hampton Park. For more details call 9799 9911.

Narre Warren Probus NARRE Warren Combined Probus Club enjoys regular opportunities to get together for fun and friendship in a variety of special interest activities including mahjong, craft, walking, phase 10 and 500 cards, morning coffee, trips to the cinema and shows at The Drum Theatre and Cardinia Cultural Centre. The group also has a happy hour at Zagame’s, Berwick, on the first Wednesday of each month with the option of staying on for a meal. Guest speakers address Probus meetings. Aaron Ross from Friends of the Zoo spoke at the August meeting. ■ To join contact Pat Robertson on 9799 4075.

Bowls ENJOY full size indoor bowls at the Casey Indoor Sports Centre every Friday morning. Morning tea supplied. ■ Holland Drive, Cranbourne, 10am until noon. Cost $5. Contact Ron on 5990 9048 or 0411 126 946.

Stitch up a course THE Narre Warren North Uniting Church has commenced three new community programs. Stitch and Chat, a disadvantaged toddlers group, and affordable cooking. Stitch and Chat is a weekly practical workshop for sewing crafts - knitting, embroidery, quilting, crochet - led by a guest facilitator. The disadvantaged toddlers’ group is a self-help support group for parents whose severely disadvantaged children are unable to participate in mainstream pre-school activities. It is particularly aimed at children suffering from conditions that require 24-hour supervision. The affordable healthy cooking class teaches participants to prepare healthy home cooked meals. Aimed at families and singles, this series of weekly demonstrations will be supported by follow-up practical sessions for each recipe. ■ For details and dates phone 9700 5061.


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Award for keeping peace By Cam Lucadou-Wells A GROUP dedicated to promoting social harmony in Casey over the past decade has taken out a state multicultural award. Casey Multi-Faith Network received a Meritorious Service to the Community award as part of the Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence at Government House on 14 October. President Stephanie Saunders, 78, said the network aims to dispel mis-

“You’re spoiling my lunch,” Ms Saunders told them. Then the men “slinked off”, she recalls. Casey Multi-Faith Network has held tours of places of worship as well as hosted domestic violence forums and multi-faith concerts and art shows. Its members also broadcast a weekly radio program called Voices of Faith. There are plans to hold Ramadan evening meals for the community to

conceptions about religious traditions and to foster greater understanding. In noting a recent flashpoint involving a proposed Narre Warren North mosque, she said there needed to be a “generational change” for that to occur in Casey. Ms Saunders is demonstrably unafraid of making a stand and staring down bigotry. She describes a moment at a Lyndhurst pub in which she confronted some young males who were racially taunting a family of diners.

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better understand the Islamic faith and to find ways to help young Muslim men have more involvement. Vice-president Pam Mamouney said that, subject to funding, there were plans for a sports event, service project, a barbecue and an overnight camp in Gippsland. “Discussions are taking place with a local Muslim business owner, youth leaders from other churches and Casey council.” Since its formation in 2007, the network has overcome early opposi-

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Young gun girls in draft By Russell Bennett “ANYTHING is possible - that’s the attitude we have to instil into these girls. One big year, and anything is possible for them.” Those were the words from Cranbourne VWFL coach Kris Smith less than an hour after the conclusion of the inaugural AFL Women’s draft in which 11 players from the south-east were selected – seven of those from Cranbourne alone. The draft started with a bang last Wednesday, with Cranbourne alum Bianca Jakobsson taken with the third overall pick by Carlton. She was later followed into the new competition by fellow Eagles Kirsten McLeod (pick 28), Danielle Hardiman (35), Hayley Wildes (44), Breann Moody (67), Courtney Clarkson (124), and Jas Grierson (135). Smith said he was “incredibly proud” to see so many players from the southeast picked up – one of which was former Keysborough gun Jaimee Lambert with the fifth overall pick. “I knew we’d get four drafted – guaranteed,” Smith said of his former Eagles players. “I was actually saying six almost guaranteed, but to get seven was great. “They’re all really good kids - they’re great human beings, and they’re just so easy to work with. “None of them expected to get drafted – they went in with a really good attitude that if they didn’t get drafted, that’s fine, they’d just work harder next year.” Smith raved about the upside of Breann Moody’s game. Still only 19, she wasn’t even playing football last year. Now, she’s an AFL Women’s player. Smith continued on – raving about the rest of his sensational seven, one of which he referred to as a “young BJ” (Jakobsson). “Jas Grierson is an 18-year-old,” he said. “Clubs had spoken to me about her so I knew they were interested in her. “I liken her to a young BJ. “She plays that similar role, she’s tall and lanky and a good runner and has a great leap and great hands, and kicks left and right foot. “She’s got all the tricks in the book and I’m sure she’ll play some AFL games and she’ll impress.” Smith said he was surprised McLeod slipped to pick 28. “She’s a real excitement machine and I was surprised she didn’t go higher, to be honest, because I rate her that highly,” he said.

“You can’t buy what she’s got, which is electric speed. If she gets goal-side of her opponent anywhere within 60 metres from goal no one will get near her.” Hardiman is one Smith described as “a superstar”. “She was best on ground in our grand final last year at centre-half back and she’s an amazing intercept mark – I can’t speak highly enough of her,” he said. “She and BJ came through the Youth Girls system together and she’s that ultimate professional as well. Her work ethic is great, she’s committed and she’ll excel.” And then there’s Jakobsson, herself. “She had her heart set on either Carlton or the Bulldogs so for her to get to Carlton ... she was rapt,” Smith said of the lifelong Blues fan. “I call her the ultimate professional – she does all the work, and more. “I get to training and she’s been there half an hour before me running laps. “She’ll stick around after training and have shots at goal if she’s got time. “She’s a really hard worker, she’s a great kid, and I said at presentation night she’ll be a future leader of a club. “She’s that excited about it and I know she’ll definitely go really well. She’ll be able to run up and down those wings and just kill her opponents like she does at VFL level.” Smith has known her for six years, but said in the past 18 months particularly she’d really come out of her shell as a leader and motivator for the other girls at the club. “Down at Cranbourne, we put a lot of work into the girls to get them to that level, and our goal now is to say: ‘we got seven drafted this year, let’s get 20 drafted next year’,” he said. “Let’s develop the rest of our list to that level so that we can get more players drafted into the AFL.” Smith said days like this are why he coaches footy. “It’s about getting the girls to the next level,” he said. “That’s what it’s always been about for me. I took this job in 2015 and there was all this talk about the AFL, and I said I wanted to coach these girls and get them to that level. For me it’s a proud moment and I’m really excited – excited for footy in the south-east because Pakenham is starting a team, and Officer, and Narre Warren and we’ve got a VFL side at Cranbourne so we can funnel them in and develop more and more south east girls playing at the top level.”

Bianca Jakobsson, pictured here earlier this year, was selected with the third overall pick in the AFL Women’s draft. Picture: COURTESY OF AFL MEDIA

The local players selected in the AFL Women’s draft: Bianca Jakobsson [Carlton] – pick #3 Jaimee Lambert [Western Bulldogs] – #5 Hannah Scott [Western Bulldogs] – #21 Kirsten McLeod [Western Bulldogs] – #28 Danielle Hardiman [Carlton] – #35 Hayley Wildes [Western Bulldogs] – #44 Breann Moody [Carlton] – #67 Katie Loynes [Carlton] – #110 Courtney Clarkson [Western Bulldogs] – #124 Al Downie [Carlton] – #129 Jas Grierson [Melbourne] – #135

Marquee players: Ellie Blackburn [Western Bulldogs] Kara Donnellan [Fremantle]

Awards for top coaches marked across the South East AFL South East celebrated the magnificent achievements of its wide range of coaches at the Region Coach of the Year Awards held at the Sandhurst Golf Club on Friday. Three nominees in each of the five different categories – Auskick, Junior, Youth, Female and Senior – battled it out for the awards which recognise the outstanding contribution of this year’s mentors. Beau Muston, who led the Frankston Bombers into its first grand final appearance since 2009, won the Senior Coach of the year, edging out Frankston YCW premiership coach Scott Mathers

and Rhys Nisbet, who led Berwick to its second consecutive grand final appearance. Guest speakers, including Carlton/St Kilda star Ken Sheldon, local legend and 2007 Coach of the Year Mark Hustwaite, and Brett Connell from AFL Victoria, regaled the crowd on a night that was very well received. Each category winner in Auskick and Juniors will now proceed into the state awards for Coach of the Year. Auskick ‘Region Coach of the Year’ 2016 Nominees: Michael Storr (Moorooduc Aus-

kick), Damian Luxford (Beaconsfield Auskick), Brett Macpherson (Mount Eliza Auskick). Winner: Damian Luxford. Junior ‘Region Coach of the Year’ 2016 Nominees: Jesse Edwards (Hastings JFC), Grant Amor (Edithvale-Aspendale JFC), Matt Blackman (Berwick Springs JFC). Winner: Grant Amor. Youth 'Region Coach of the Year’ 2016 Nominees: Shawn Price (Mount Eliza JFC), Ross Smith (Pakenham JFC), Les Rand (Pearcedale-Baxter JFC).

Winner: Shawn Price. Female ‘Region Coach of the Year’ 2016 Nominees: Georgia Walker (Rye JFC), Tina Henshaw (Seaford JFC), Teagan Cooper (Narre Warren JFC). Winner: Teagan Cooper. Senior ‘Region Coach of the Year’ 2016 Nominees: Rhys Nisbet (Berwick FC), Beau Muston (Frankston Bombers FNC), Scott Mathers (Frankston YCW FNC). Winner: Beau Muston.

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Star signing for Ridges By Nick Creely BUCKLEY Ridges has pulled off a major recruiting coup, signing former Australian and Victorian batsman David Hussey for this year’s DDCA Twenty20 tournament. The 39-year old is the current captain of the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League, boasting an immense record that has taken him all over the globe. Hussey is one of the most distinguished players in T20 history, and has played more than 250 games in a range of competitions such as the IPL, BBL and the English T20 Bash. DDCA secretary Ray Nicholls said the signing of Hussey is going to do wonders for this year’s competition. “It’s going to be exciting for our local competition. “Huss won’t muck around, I wouldn’t have thought. “Buckley Ridges has some massive signings this year and Dave just adds star-power to that,” Nicholls said. Along with the legendary batsman, Buckley Ridges have also secured Fitzroy-Doncaster all-rounder Trent Lawford to its stocks, while Jamie Brohier from Frankston Peninsula will turn out once again. Lawford, 28, has played for two BBL franchises, Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Sixers, and is a renowned bighitter of the cricket ball. He has also played seven first-class matches for South Australia. Dandenong opening batsman Brett Forsyth will feature once again for Springvale South as its marquee player. The 27-year-old star batsman, who

is a former junior at the Bloods, as well as a former Victorian second XI representative, will once again be the cornerstone of the side. Forsyth has played 19 T20 games for the Bloods, averaging 59.35 since debuting in the 2011/12 tournament. Dingley has snared Prahran Cricket Club fast-bowler Matt Wilcox as its marquee signing. The seamer has been one of Victorian Premier Cricket’s finest bowlers since making his first XI debut back in the 2012/13 season, and is well remembered for a brilliant 6/28 he took two seasons ago against Melbourne. It is yet to be established how many games they will be able to get out of Wilcox, but regardless, it is important for the rising club. Berwick will once again welcome Casey-South Melbourne batsman Michael Wallace to the fold. In last season’s competition, Wallace made a terrific 71 not-out to start the tournament, and previously made a 50 the year before for Berwick. Hallam Kalora Park has secured Victorian Bushranger and Essendon skipper Aaron Ayre to its stocks this tournament. The 24-year old made his Sheffield Shield debut for Victoria last season, while he also featured for the Melbourne Renegades in last year’s BBL. Mordialloc has added Monash Tigers all-rounder Dominic Matarazzo to its list. Matarazzo is an underrated commodity, and will be integral for the Bloodhounds if they are to pose a significant threat. Narre South will welcome back

T20 legend Dave Hussey will feature at Buckley Ridges this season. Picture: COURTESY OF ROBERT PREZIOSO/GETTY IMAGES current Casey-South Melbourne skipper Lachlan Sperling to bolster its batting stocks. Sperling is well known as being a clean striker of the ball and will be available for every match this tournament. “I’m looking forward to getting back and having another crack at it,” Sperling said.

“From the previous experience playing for Narre, I really enjoyed my time and it will be good to get back down there and catch up with the guys.” North Dandenong has secured two key marquee signings, with Dandenong seamer Peter Cassidy and Camberwell opening batsman Chris Thewlis joining the fold.

Cassidy has enjoyed a solid start to the Premier season for the Panthers, taking five wickets to date, with an excellent 3/30 against Melbourne University on Saturday. Thewlis, 24, is a former Victorian under-17 representative and is a rising star in Victorian Premier Cricket. North will also welcome Dandenong all-rounder Dasun Opanayaka. Beaconsfield has secured Monash Tigers keeper Scott Edwards to it’s list once again. Edwards played last season for the Tigers, playing three games, averaging 16.67. He is the current wicket-keeper in the Monash first XI. In other signings, Dandenong West has signed Brad Rossborough from Somerville in the MPCA and Blake Walter from Croydon in the VSDCA. Teams without a signing to date include Cranbourne, Fountain Gate, HSD, Lynbrook, Narre North, Narre Warren, Parkfield, Silverton, Springvale and St Mary’s. There is some speculation that Bradley Hodge, who has featured in the DDCA before, may take part in the tournament, while there is also a rumour that a club is talking to a former West Indian cricketer. Prize money in this year’s competition will be $2000, which includes $1000 for the winner, $600 for the runners-up and $200 for the third and fourth placed teams. Round one of the T20 competition was cancelled Wednesday night 19 October, postponed to a later date. Round two commences on 2 November.

Boofa returns to Tiger-land QUIZ NUMBER 1527 1. WHICH Aussie batsman scored a massive 269 not out in the opening Test against the Kiwis in 2015-16? 2. WHICH Indian batsman made history in the 1980s by scoring centuries in his first three cricket Tests? 3. WHICH state has the best win percentage rate in Sheffield Shield cricket? 4. AN Aussie scored the first century in limited overs cricket in England in 1969. Who was he? 5. WHO became the world’s youngest heavyweight boxing champion in 1986? 6. WHAT was the name of the first racehorse to win more than $2 million prizemoney in Australia ? 7. WHICH wicket-keeper has taken the most dismissals for Australia in one-day internationals? 8. WHICH horse lost a race despite being 40-1 on in 1949? 9. WHICH woman has won the most Wimbledon titles (doubles and singles)? 10. WHICH European in 1979 became the youngest winner of the British Open golf title? 11. WHO was the first Australian cyclist to win two Olympic gold medals? 12. WHICH AFL team lost its first 10 games straight in 2016 - the worst start for the reigning minor premiers in history? 13. WHAT are the three points values of goals in basketball? 14. WHICH sporting legend was due to light the Olympic flame but at Rio withdrew at the last minute due to ill health?? 15. WHAT were the vast galleries of fans that followed Arnold Palmer around the golf course known as? 16. CAN a 12th man in first class cricket bat, bowl or field? 17. WHICH jockey rode a record 181 winners in the 1980-1 season? 18. WHICH swimming stroke appeared at the Olympics at the first time in Melbourne in 1956? 19. WHICH Australian won the US Open tennis title in 1973? 20. WHICH Australian golfer received an MBE in 1957?

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By Russell Bennett FORMER Beaconsfield premiership-winning coach Clint Evans has reunited with another of his former sides - Lang Lang. But he’s made one thing clear right from the outset: “There can’t be any excuses - there can’t be any easy way out”. ‘Boofa’, as he’s affectionately known, doesn’t do things by halves. He was going to take a twoyear break from footy after parting ways with the Eagles at the end of the season, but when the Tigers came calling in their hour of need, Evans answered. And now that he’s back in, he’s all in. He coached the club from 2007 to 2010, which included a grand final appearance. The former Beaconsfield midfield gun then spent a year at Hampton Park and moved back to Beaconsfield in 2012 as an understudy to Aussie Jones. Having already won two flags as a player at the club, he took over as senior coach in 2013 and made a preliminary final that year before coaching the Eagles to a premiership in 2014. He knows what success looks like, and he knows what it takes to achieve the ultimate. The Tigers have been through a rough trot in recent times, but their core stable of young guns looks set to carry them forward in a new era under Evans, who has signed on for two years. “To be honest I probably knocked back four or five

(clubs) because I just wanted a rest after doing it (coaching) for so long,” Evans said. “But then I went and had a think about it. The club (Lang Lang) told me they were coming from a fair way back with a really young group as well, so I went and had a think about it and started to get a little bit excited. We then had another chat and I was excited by the challenge again. “When I came here in 2007 the club was in a similar position - they’d finished third bottom but the kids were really good. “I know the joint and love the footy club, and had ball when I was here last so I thought I’d come down and teach the boys a bit and go from there. That’s how it all happened.” If Evans wasn’t approached by some of his great mates at the club, he would have stepped back from coaching altogether. But now that he’s committed, he’s throwing everything into the role. He recently sat down with a core group of Tigers players who hadn’t yet committed for 2017, merely to tell them what he was all about as a coach. By the end of that meeting, they’d signed on again. “We’re under no illusions about how hard it’s going to be,” Evans said. “Win, lose, or draw you come out here to enjoy your footy but it’s a lot more enjoyable when you’re winning - especially for the young kids because they probably haven’t felt that success yet and they don’t

know anything different but the harder you work, the more results start to fall your way. “The club has really got on the front foot this year to get the coach early and recruit early so the blokes who’ve been undecided can see what we’re doing and want to jump on-board. “We don’t want boys jumping on in December - we want them doing it now. “If they’re going to be a part of it, we want them to be a part of it through the good and the bad times - that’s our focus at the moment, and more importantly getting good people here. If they don’t want to be here, then see ya later. We’ll sign their clearance and away they go.” The likes of midfield guns Dylan Wilson and Sean Dwyer have signed on again - proving their commitment to the club. “We’ll be competitive,” Evans said. “We want to be a contested unit, but also you’ve got to be smart with how you play contested footy as well. “You can’t be jumping on each other trying to get the footy, and that’s the thing my philosophy isn’t just about marks, handballs and kicks. “It’s about what you’re doing when you haven’t got the ball. If your team mate is in there, what are you doing to help him? The club will have a ‘meet the coach’ day on Sunday, 6 November at the clubrooms at the Lang Lang Showgrounds. For more information, visit their Facebook page.

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One up, one down for Swans By Nick Creely CASEY South-Melbourne has had a mixed result over the weekend, winning brilliantly away on Saturday before falling short on Sunday at home. Travelling to Bill Lawry Oval to tackle Northcote on Saturday, the Swans sent the Dragons into bat, confident they could repeat their bowling heroics of last week. It seemed an inspired decision by captain Lachlan Sperling, who had his seamers firing, leaving the Dragons at 8/110 before a late-order partnership between Chris Campbell (25) and Aaron Crispe (34) enabled them to post a tricky total of 174. Spearhead Nathan Lambden continues to improve, and took 2/26 off 10 overs, including the key scalp of Solomon Mire. Leigh Diston (3/46) bowled with great pace, while Brendan Rose (2/35) and Jackson Fry (1/23) were strong contributors in the impressive team bowling performance. With 175 to win, it seemed the chase was going to be a tricky one for the Swans and with the two early wickets of Kasun Suriatchie (20) and Ashan Wijayakumara (8), Northcote looked like they may have done enough. But skipper Lachie Sperling stood tall, making as important a 42 as there is in cricket to help guide the Swans over the line. Sperling said it was a sign of ma-

turity that allowed his side to get over the line. “Our bowling group once again gelled. “Consistently they keep on getting us the breakthroughs we need, and then with the bat we got off to a pretty good start. “We were in a bit of trouble at one point - in the past we probably would have panicked a little bit and fallen over but it just showed our improvement within the group saw us get home. “It was a pretty good victory and we were really happy with it,” Sperling said. Michael Wallace (28) and Dylan Hadfield (26) were also crucial, combining for a vital 44-run partnership later in the innings. With a perfect 2-0 start, the Swans then hosted Essendon, and similarly to the first two games, sent Essendon in to bat in overcast conditions at Casey Fields on Sunday. The Swans couldn’t have started any better, with Nathan Lambden and Leigh Diston snaring the key wickets of Aaron Shellie (4) and captain Aaron Ayre (2), leaving the Bombers reeling at 2/23. But a dominant 180-run partnership between Michael Hill (90) and James Lidgett (95) catapulted the Essendon side to an imposing 7/243 off 50 overs. Swans bowlers Nathan Lambden

CRICKET SCOREBOARD VIC PREMIER CRICKET SATURDAY - ROUND 3 - (ONE DAY) Northcote 174 def by Casey-South Melbourne 7/175, Dandenong 1/150 def Melbourne Uni 149, Melbourne 4/272 def Ringwood 168, Essendon 6/240 def Prahran 7/237, Carlton 4/263 def Kingston Hawthorn 9/227, Camberwell 181 def by Greenvale 8/194, Geelong 230 def by Fitzroy Doncaster 5/275, Frankston Peninsula 9/181 def by Monash 7/234, St Kilda 197 def by Footscray Edgewater 4/201. SUNDAY - ROUND 4 - (ONE DAY) Casey-South Melbourne 8/159 def by Essendon 7/243, Fitzroy Doncaster 9/175 def by Dandenong 1/178, Ringwood 141 def by Northcote 9/174, Prahran 9/159 def by Carlton 8/262, Kingston Hawthorn 161 def by Camberwell 6/165, Greenvale 206 def Geelong 8/196, Melbourne Uni 3/117 def by Frankston Peninsula 204, Monash 7/220 def by St Kilda 6/221, Footscray Edgewater 7/191 def by Melbourne 3/140. Ladder Top-8: Dandenong 13, Carlton 12, Melbourne 11, Camberwell 9, Casey-South Melbourne 9, Melbourne Uni 9, Footscray Edgewater 8, Essendon 8. This week: Round 5 - One Day - Carlton v Casey-South Melbourne, Dandenong v Greenvale. DDCA - TURF 1 ROUND 2 - (DAY 1) Dingley 232 v Mordialloc 4/56, HSD 167 v Dandenong West 7/71, Buckley Ridges 9/326 v Cranbourne, Parkfield 0/28 v Springvale South 9/241dec, Berwick 4/342dec v Narre Warren 4/71, Hallam Kalora Park 0/39 v North Dandenong 115. TURF - 2 Keysborough 9/224 v Lyndale, Beaconsfield 142 v St Brigid’s/St Louis 0/25, Coomoora 151 v Fountain Gate 2/111, Silverton v Aspendale 8/215, Narre North 222 v Southern Pirates 0/15, Narre South 5/137 v St Mary’s 126. WGCA PREMIER ROUND 2 (ONE DAY) Emerald 69 def by Tooradin 1/70. Pakenham Upper Toomuc 8/114(cc) def by Pakenham 3/117. Merinda Park 8/119(cc) def by Upper Beaconsfield 8/121. Cardinia 6/201 def Kooweerup 6/200(cc). Ladder: Pakenham 24, Upper Beaconsfield 24, Kooweerup 12, Tooradin 12, Cardinia 12, PUT 12, Merinda Park 0, Emerald 0. This week: Round 3 - One Day - Upper Beaconsfield v Emerald, Tooradin v Cardinia, Merinda Park v PUT, Pakenham v Kooweerup. VSDCA - EAST/WEST ROUND 1 - (ONE DAY) Endeavour Hills 8/95 def by Werribee 6/195, Altona 1/144 def Noble Park 9/143, Balwyn 8/201 def Williamstown 7/172, Bayswater 3/153 def Melton 152, Box Hill 185 def by Croydon 200, Hoppers Crossing 141 v Taylors Lakes 9/148, Yarraville 110 v Mount Waverley 1/113. Ladder: Endeavour Hills (11th), Noble Park (13th). This week: Round 2 - Day One - Noble Park v Hoppers Crossing, Taylors Lakes v Endeavour Hills.

The Swans couldn’t stop Essendon batsman Michael Hill (pictured) on Sunday. (3/40), Leigh Diston (2/46) and Brendan Rose (2/41) all contributed strongly. With a strong start crucial in a large batting chase, star opener Kasun Suriaratchie fell for a duck in the third over, and from then on in, struggled to gain ascendency in the contest. Ryan Eaton couldn’t have done any more - making an entertaining 64 - but it was a bridge too far for the Swans, who were left at 8/159 before rain took over. D/L method resulted in a comfort-

able win to Essendon, and left Casey with a 2-1 start heading into round five. Swans skipper Lachie Sperling said that the intensity from the previous day was simply not there, and they couldn’t reel them in after a strong start with the ball. “They both (Hill and Lidgett) batted really smartly to be honest. “To be fair, our bowlers kept battling through and managed to peg them back late. “We just didn’t have the same intensity in the field; and at the moment

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we are not good enough to be able to do that. “We can’t just pick and choose when we want to turn up. “Our thing is just that intensity, and the results will take care of themselves,” Sperling said. Interestingly, Casey lost their first nine games of last season, so the improvement is plain to see for the Swans. The Swans will face a strong Carlton side at Princes Park next Saturday, and will look to continue their strong start to the season.

Bulls take charge By Russell Bennett WEST GIPPSLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION CARDINIA’S clash with Kooweerup on Saturday was the (extremely) early front-runner for the ‘game of the year’ title after a superb 94run sixth-wicket partnership between former Cranbourne batsman Ben Maroney and young gun Travis Wheller steered their side to victory. There’s a 20-year age gap between the pair but they both displayed incredible calmness and maturity despite coming together at 5/104 chasing 200 for a memorable win. The Demons won the toss and elected to bat and openers Chris O’Hara and former Bulls coach Mark Cooper put on an ominous 111-run stand for the opening wicket before the former was run out for the second time in as many games (for 61) and the latter was stumped advancing down the wicket by Ben Parrott off Dwayne Doig for 49. But despite the strong partnership, the Demons weren’t able to assert their authority with a particularly strong run-rate on an E. Gunton Reserve surface that - while looking its lush, pristine best - seemed to play much quicker than normal. Chris Bright (24) and the in-form Ben Spicer (34) both looked to pick up the pace later in the innings, and at 6/200 after their 40 overs the Demons seemed to have the runs on the board for victory.

Jess Mathers bowled Bulls opener Pat Nolen early in the side’s chase with an absolute peach but the 41run stand between Alex Nooy (28) and skipper Neil Barfuss (26) that followed helped set the side well on the path to victory. Nooy, in particular, looked in ominous touch before being left shocked by an LBW decision off the bowling of young Demon speedster Jason Cox. Matt Davey snared Barfuss, while Cox struck again to remove Kim Bentick for 24 thanks to an absolute rip-snorter of a diving catch by Cody Miller who bowled Ricky Campbell shortly after. That set the scene for the partnership of the year so far. While Maroney (58 not out) kept the scoreboard ticking over through clever footwork and looking to score off practically every ball, Wheller (43) went large - particularly square of the wicket off anything short. Maroney played the exact type of innings that his side needed most and it was clearly his best in Bulls colours so far, while Wheller’s knock could prove to be the making of him despite being dismissed at 6/198 - within just three runs of victory. The Bulls ultimately got home with four balls to spare, with Cox (2/17) and Miller (2/28) the multiple wicket-takers for the Demons. Tooradin, meanwhile, received a much-needed confidence boost in

Ben Maroney had a significant impact with both bat and ball on Pictures: ROB CAREW Saturday against Kooweerup. 160574 the lead-up to their clash with Cardinia with a nine-wicket thumping of Emerald at Chandler Reserve in Avonsleigh; Pakenham easily had the better of Pakenham UpperToomuc at Toomuc Reserve; and Upper Beaconsfield remains undefeated after a strong showing against Merinda Park.

At District level, a dominant 88 not out from Kane Latham steered Tooradin to a 10-wicket win over Carlisle Park; Kalgidhar stormed to victory over Clyde off the back of 131 not out from Pardeep Singh; and Devon Meadows and Officer easily accounted for Cranbourne Meadows and Nar Nar Goon/Maryknoll respectively.

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Berwick is off to a flyer By Nick Creely DDCA REVIEW - ROUND 2 (Day 1) TURF 1 BERWICK v NARRE WARREN BERWICK has dominated the seasonopening day of the DDCA on Saturday, leaving Narre Warren on the ropes and leaving the door open for an outright victory next week. The Magpies won the toss at Arch Brown Reserve, sending Jarrod Goodes and his Bears in to face the music. Darren De Souza (60) and Jarrad Willis (58) started brilliantly, combining for 107 for the first wicket, before Mitch Shirt broke the stand, getting Willis caught behind. But the Bears were hungry for runs; with star Nathan Pilon (59 off 47 balls) playing some cracking cut shots and even crisper cover drives, leaving the Magpies unable to curtail the short square boundaries. It was danger signs for Narre, who allowed Pilon and recruit Jarrod Armitage to go berserk, putting on 127 in the space of 20 overs. Armitage, who came to the club from Springvale South, played the innings of his life. The all-rounder, more notably known as a bowler, cracked a stunning run a ball hundred, which included four sixes. He ended up on 113 notout, as Berwick declared at 4/342 off just 56 overs. The Magpies were simply unable to restrict the bleeding, and despite the best efforts of Matin Sultani (1/62), spinner Imran Laghamni (2/60) and Mitchell Shirt (1/54), the Bears simply outplayed them. With 25 overs to play in the day, it was always going to be fireworks for Magpie openers Zach Allen and Mitchell Shirt. New recruit James Wilcock bowled fast, snaring the wicket of Shirt (8) early in the piece, setting the tone for another three wickets before the close of play.

Zach Allen (20) played solidly, before falling to Adam Watson (2/12), while Rehan Majoka and Bevan Radhakrishnan both fell cheaply, leaving the Magpies in dire straits. At the end of the day’s play, the Magpies were 4/71, with a lot of work and perhaps a miracle needed to avoid a heavy opening-season defeat next Saturday. DINGLEY v MORDIALLOC Newcomers to the Turf 1 top tier, Dingley - have set themselves up for a massive win against Mordialloc at Souter Oval. Skipper Travis Sawers won the toss and elected to bat, and the Dingoes posted 232 all out off 62.3 overs. Luke Spears (88) guided the Dingoes, and combined brilliantly with Andrew Dalby (36), for a 105 run lateorder partnership after initially being 7/85. For the Bloodhounds, Ian Daniel (4/33) caused serious problems, while seam pair Stuart Squires (2/24) and Chathura Athukorala (2/54) was amongst the wickets. With 17 overs left in the day’s play, Mordialloc were left stunned at 4/26 and their best batsman back in the sheds, before steadying to 4/56 at the end of the day. Stuart Squires (19) and Damith Ralalage (11) will resume next Saturday with a lot of work to do to save the game. HEINZ SOUTHERN DISTRICTS v DANDENONG WEST Wickets have tumbled at Reedy Reserve, where Heinz Southern Districts hosted Dandenong West on Saturday. Cobras skipper Robert Davies won the toss, electing to bat, before being bowled out for just 167 off 50.2 overs. Kaushalya Weeraratne (92) scored over half the team’s runs and looked a class above, but narrowly missed out on the century when he was caught off the bowling of Andrew Harry to end the innings. Peter Atkinson was brilliant with the ball, snaring 5/43, while his fellow

Berwick opener Jarrad Wills plays elegantly through the covers. 160413_18 Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

Berwick opener Jarrad Wills plays elegantly through the covers. 160413 Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS partner in crime, Andrew Harry, was also influential, taking 4/32 to leave the Bulls in a strong position. With roughly 30 overs of play left in the day, Michael Davies shredded through the Bulls top-order, leaving them at a shaky 7/71 at the close of play. The pace-bowler snared 4/18 off 11 overs, worrying the Bulls with his pace. With 97 runs left to win and three wickets in hand, it seems that the Cobras are in the box seat, but funnier things have happened in cricket. BUCKLEY RIDGES v CRANBOURNE Buckley Ridges have posted an ominous 9/326 on the first day of their clash with last year’s premiers Cranbourne. Winning the toss and batting, Buckley couldn’t have got off to a worse start, losing Jayson Hobbs for a duck early.

Cranbourne hit their top form CRANBOURNE BOWLS ROUND 2 of the Saturday Pennant season proved a real confidence booster for the Cranbourne Bowls Club with all three sides handling the blustery conditions with ease. The top side defeated Ferntree Gully by 25 shots at home, the number two side returned from Chadstone with a six-shot victory and the third team had an amazing 31-shot triumph over cross-town rival Cranbourne RSL. Skip Ian Barrenger fired up the home team before the game which inspired a great win against Ferntree Gully to win by 25 shots. His team, led by Lynne Wood, Paul O’Day and Nick Hardy, went on to win by 14 shots, were the standout side. At Chadstone, skip Gary Farrington had a great game against Chadstone with a nine shot win which set up a hard fought win overall by six shots. “Gary was the difference between winning and losing

Cranbourne bowlers from left, John Spencer, Peter De Lisle and John Stanley time the green at 13.3 seconds. Picture: CONTRIBUTED with some great shots played that were simply outstanding,” teammate Lyndsay Coate commented after the game. The third side did well to defeat Cranbourne RSL by 31 shots and winning on all rinks with skip J McKenna, Ron Shields, Vic Buttera and Ian Crimmins the standout rink.

Back at the club after the game, Chairman of Selectors, Graeme Wood, was very pleased with the outstanding results. “That was a really good result. We are particularly pleased with the new and improved bowlers at our club that has made us a very happy club to be part of,” Graeme said.

Side 1 Division 2 Cranbourne 89 defeated Ferntree Gully 64: P Elgar 24-17, D Boggie 20-20, I Barrenger 27-13, and G Hunt 18-14. Side 2 Division 3 Cranbourne 86 defeated Chadstone 80: G Dudink 2523, S Burnett 24-16, M Scotter 18-31 and G Farrington 19-10. Side 3 Division 4 Cranbourne 85 defeated Cranbourne RSL 54: J McKenna 27-13, J Kent 18-15, S De Piazza 17-16 and R Sorrensen 23-10. All the Cranbourne results for midweek Bowls round 3. Midweek Round 3 Side 1 Division 1 Ladies Cranbourne 53 lost to Mount Waverley 63: C Wright 16-25, S Venville 1913 and F Farrall 18-25. Side 2 Division 1 Open Cranbourne 66 defeated Berwick 54: G Dudink 2617, P De Lisle 17-21 and I Partington 23-16.

But Buckley set about resurrecting the faltering start and began a series of solid partnerships. Troy Aust (62) combined for 124 with Sushantha Pradeep to give the side a major advantage against a strong Eagles bowling outfit. Pradeep, in particular, was excellent, striking the ball cleanly, before unluckily falling for 99 off the bowling of Jakeb McVicar. For the Eagles, McVicar (4/47) bowled well, snaring some key wickets, while Steven Spoljaric (1/45) bowled tidily throughout the day. It is going to be a tricky chase for the Eagles, but with guns Steven Spoljaric and Matt Chasemore, anything’s possible. SPRINGVALE SOUTH v PARKFIELD Springvale South has batted well to leave their opening clash with Parkfield in an interesting position.

Bloods skipper Craig Slocombe elected to bat, and the side posted an imposing 9/241, before declaring with 12 overs left in the day’s play. Reliable opening batsman Michael Vandort (40) anchored the innings, Nathan King (64) played a strong knock in the middle order, while Slocombe (41 off 24 balls) pinch-hit some late runs. Shane Bell (4/65) was the pick of the bowlers, while Matthew Aslett (2/62) bowled well, opening the bowling for the Bears. In reply, Parkfield are sitting at 0/28 off 12 overs, with 214 runs left to win next Saturday. HALLAM KALORA PARK v DANDENONG NORTH Hallam Kalora Park is in the box seat to claim their first victory of the season, comfortably dismissing North Dandenong on Saturday. Dandy North skipper Jurgen Anderson elected to bat, and they were rolled for just 115, with Hawks bowlers Jagveer Hayer (3/22) and Steven Gilmour (2/10) doing the bulk of the damage. North opening batsman Nasrat Malikzada (36) provided some resistance, but it was all one way traffic for the Hawks. Interestingly, 26 of the 115 runs were in extras, highlighting Dandy North’s inability to put bat onto ball. In reply, the Hawks are 0/39 off 25 overs, with Leigh Booth (28) and Ben Hillard (9), ensuring they go into next week unscathed. TURF 2 BEACONSFIELD v ST BRIGID'S/ ST LOUIS Beaconsfield played St Brigid's/St Louis in their opening games in Turf 2. The Tigers won the toss and elected to bat, posting 142 all out. Michael Mitchell (27) and Brendan Johnson (27) were all solid, ensuring they would go into next week with a solid platform to defend. In reply, St Brigid’s is sitting comfortably on 0/25 off 11 overs.

Back to the drawing board HAMPTON PARK BOWLS HAMPTON Park’s midweek bowlers had a disappointing day with two losses. Division 1 were at Pakenham and finished with a four shot loss overall. Denise Eastick, Toni Sutton, Geoff Ladner and Neville Hendrie nearly pulled of a miracle, losing only four ends for a 36-9 win, but Jen Sherry, Helen Lambert, Andrew Brandolin and Ellen Smith went down 15-28, and Val Moore, Ann Westwell, Shane Collins and Chris Hendrie, 12-30. Hampton Park (1) 2-63 lost to Pakenham (1) 14-67. Division 3 were at Pound Road against Mulgrave Country Club for a similar result. Rhonda Diaper, Stuart Tokely, Brian Diaper and Geoff Ampt led all day and finished with a 26-12 win, while Rob Woff, Ron Beverly, Peter Hayden and Heather Naismith lost 15-23, and Janice Collins, Lou Soligo, Gwen Clough and Ray Wood went down 11-26. Hampton Park (2) 2-52 lost to Mulgrave CC (6) 14-65. Saturday saw an overall improvement from the lower teams, but Division 1 still struggled this time against the powerful Mulgrave Country Club. Vince Kovacic, Ian Bartlett, Clint Mills and Laurie Edwards won 2719, but they were only winners. Geoff Ladner, Peter Hayden, Larry Simpson and Zak Storm lost 18-27, Sean Mc-

Donald, Chris Hendrie, Steve Barnes and Shane Collins lost 13-23, and Mark Paton, Shane Hardy, Neville Hendrie and Warwick Hardy lost 1227. Hampton Park (1) 2-70 lost to Mulgrave CC (1) 16-96. Division 4 were at home, also against Mulgrave CC for a much needed win. Val Moore, Tracey Storm, Ellen Smith and John Nunan had a comfortable 25-10 win, while Janice Collins, Helen Lambert Jim Westwell and Jos van Hout won 2416. Andrew Brandolin, Heather Naismith, Stan Hatch and Ken Cobden held on to win 19-17, but Jen Sherry, Craig Richards, Denise Eastick and Geoff Ampt lost 18-25. Hampton Park (2) 16-86 defeated Mulgrave CC (6) 2-68. Division 6 travelled to Heathmont and had another win. Best for the Parkers were Val Simpson, Bill Holden, Toni Sutton and Ian Kitt with a team lifting 37-15 win, while Richard Pallet, Dave Clarke, Bill Web and Ron Beverly won 22-19. Aaron Douglas, Gary Perrin, Marion Battaglia and Ray Wood had a late comeback (19-20) but just missed the win, while Gerry Cox, Lou Soligo, Rob Woff and Stuart Tokely also made a late comeback and went down by 3 (14-17). Hampton Park (3) 14-92 defeated Heathmont (6) 4-71.

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Muscle Holden’s beef up By Ewan Kennedy SADLY, the VF Commodore Series II is likely to be the last ever Holden family car made in Australia, though Holden may surprise us by introducing a further update in the next 12 months. However, the VF II SSV Redline sedan we tested last week has the final major upgrades and any future versions are likely to be minor dress-ups perhaps with special editions. Given Australians love of driving it comes as no surprise that sales of the sporty Commodore models – SV6, SS, SSV and SSV Redline – are now making up more than half of all Commodore sales. This gave us a great excuse to road test an SSV Redline powered by a Chevrolet LS3 6.2-litre V8. Yep, the big engine… OK, it’s a cliche – but there’s no substitute for cubic inches and we loved every minute we spent in the big Aussie bruiser, not only in the way the engine performs, but also in the sophisticated dynamics that keep all that power under control. Exterior design changes on the VF to make it the VFII are minor and are chiefly functional, being there for improved aerodynamics and the additional cooling requirements of the more powerful engine. Air vents on the bonnet assist the release of hot air from the engine bay,

they also give the car a more aggressive look. Large corner fascia ducts have been added to channel air away from the front of the car. Our test car had the most powerful non-HSV Commodore engine ever produced. With 304 kW and 570 Nm the LS3 has significantly more power and torque than the 6.0-litre it replaced, not that 270 kW and 530 Nm in the superseded VF was anything to sneeze at. All that grunt goes the back wheels by way of either a six-speed manual or some sort of an automatic transmission – we didn’t ask about the latter when offered a test drive by Holden. Commodore VFII has GM’s MyLink system that works with smartphones through Bluetooth. USB and Aux ports are also installed. We have to admit to spending our time listening to the engine rather than to testing the audio output. Anyone who drives a car like this high-performance Holden should know what they are doing behind the wheel. There are huge reserves of safety thanks to the well-tuned suspension and excellent brakes. Selectable electronic overrides are there should you make small to medium mistakes. Should something come unstuck in a big way Holden engineers

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the fun in any US-based muscle car. The big V8 is supported by upgraded FE3 rear sports suspension aimed at improving ride comfort without affecting handling. Even when pushed hard through tight bends the hot Holden is well-balanced and stable. We managed some track driving at the historic Collingrove hillclimb during the VFII launch and pushing it to the limit never caused a moment’s doubt as to its ability to hang one. Our range-topping SSV Redline had Brembo brakes front and rear,

these can haul off speed very rapidly without any sign of fade. We didn’t do any track work but feel the brakes could even handle that. While performance is the number one demand by owners of V8s, the sounds the engine emit run a close second. Holden developed a component called the Baillie Tip. Named after the engineer who designed it, Dr David Baillie, it uses an aperture in the tailpipe to reverberate sound back through the exhaust and into the cabin. It sounds great and brought smiles to the faces of all who travelled in the big Commodore. Fuel consumption of the SSV Redline is listed at 11.8 litres per 100km on the combined cycle. We found our review car running in the mid-teens most of the time but it can be brought under 10 litres per 100 on motorways. With future Commodores likely to take the European route and be powered by four-cylinder turbo-petrols, and V6 turbo and non-turbo petrols we suggest that V8 lovers get their backsides into one of these high-performance VF Series II models. To arrange a test drive contact Cranbourne Holden, 217a South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne. Phone 5995 4555.

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yĚƐŚĂǀĞĮƩĞĚƚŚŝƐůŝŐŚƚǁĞŝŐŚƚϮϳ͘ϱĨƌĂŵĞǁŝƚŚĞdžĐĞůůĞŶƚĞƋƵŝƉŵĞŶƚ͕^ŚŝŵĂŶŽĞŽƌĞĂŶĚyd͕ĂŶĚ&ŽdžϯϮ&ůŽĂƚdǀŽůƵƟŽŶĨƌŽŶƚ ƐƵƐƉĞŶƐŝŽŶ͘dŚŝƐďŝŬĞŝƐĨĂƐƚ͘/ƚĐůŝŵďƐǁĞůů͕ĂŶĚǁŝůůŐŝǀĞŵĂŶLJĂ ĚƵĂůƐƵƐƉĞŶƐŝŽŶďŝŬĞĂĐŚĂůůĞŶŐĞĚŽǁŶŚŝůů͘dŚĞůŝŐŚƚǁĞŝŐŚƚĂŶĚ ƌŝŐŝĚŝƚLJƉƌŽǀŝĚĞƐĂĨĂƐƚ͕ĐŽŵƉĞƟƟǀĞƌŝĚĞ͘

GIANT DEFY 1 DISC WAS $1799 Sale $1399

CANNONDALE SYNAPSE CARBON 105 Sale $2199 WAS $3199

CUBE LITENING SUPER HPC RACE WAS $5799 Sale $3799

GIANT TALON 27.5 3 RRP $899 Sale $749 >ŝŐŚƚǁĞŝŐŚƚ͕LJĞƚŝŶĞdžƉĞŶƐŝǀĞ͘&ŝƩĞĚǁŝƚŚϮϳ͘ϱ͟ǁŚĞĞůƐ͘/ƚŝƐƐƵŝƚĂďůĞĨŽƌŬŝĚƐĂƐŝƚĐŽŵĞƐŝŶĞdžƚƌĂƐŵĂůůƐŝnjĞƐĂŶĚŝŶůĂƌŐĞƌƐŝnjĞƐƐƵŝƚƐ ĂĚƵůƚƐĚĞƐŝƌŝŶŐĂůŝŐŚƚĞƌďŝŬĞ͕ƚŚĂƚŝƐĂƉůĞĂƐƵƌĞƚŽƵƐĞ͘ŽŵĨŽƌƚĂďůĞƐĂĚĚůĞ͕ĂŶĚ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽůƚƵƐϮϳƐŐĞĂƌƐLJƐƚĞŵĂŶĚŚLJĚƌĂůŝĐĚŝƐĐ ďƌĂŬĞƐ͘ŽŵĞĂŶĚƚƌLJŽŶĞ͕LJŽƵǁŝůůďĞĂŵĂnjĞĚŚŽǁǁĞůůŝƚƌŝĚĞƐ͘

CANNONDALE TRAIL 6 WAS $879 Sale $679

MALVERN STAR OPPY C4 WAS $1899 Sale $1199

WƌĞǀŝŽƵƐůLJĐŽŶƐŝĚĞƌĞĚƚŽŽŚĞĂǀLJĨŽƌƌŽĂĚďŝŬĞĂƉƉůŝĐĂƟŽŶ͕ ĐŽŶƟŶƵĞĚĚĞǀĞůŽƉŵĞŶƚĂŶĚƌĞĮŶĞŵĞŶƚŶŽǁƌĞƐƵůƚƐŝŶĂĚŝƐĐ ďƌĂŬĞďŝŬĞǁĞŝŐŚŝŶŐƚŚĞƐĂŵĞĂƐĂƚƌĂĚŝƟŽŶĂůĐĂůŝƉĞƌďƌĂŬĞ ďŝŬĞ͘ŽŵƉĂĐƚĐƌĂŶŬƐĂŶĚĂǁŝĚĞƌĂŶŐĞϭϭƐƉĞĞĚƌĞĂƌĐĂƐƐĞƩĞ ĂƌĞŽƉĞƌĂƚĞĚďLJ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽϭϬϱĚĞƌĂŝůůĞƵƌƐĂŶĚƐŚŝŌůĞǀĞƌƐ͘

ŽŵďŝŶŝŐƚŚŝƐƐƚĂƚĞŽĨƚŚĞĂƌƚĨƌĂŵĞǁŝƚŚƚŚĞƐŽƵŐŚƚĂŌĞƌ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽϭϬϱĞŶƐĞŵďůĞĂŶĚDĂǀŝĐǁŚĞĞůƐƌĞƐƵůƚƐŝŶĂǀĞƌLJĐĂƉĂďůĞ ďŝŬĞƚŚĂƚǁŽƵůĚďĞĂƐĂƚŚŽŵĞŝŶĂƌĂĐĞƉĞůĞƚŽŶĂƐŝƚǁŽƵůĚďĞ ŝŶĂ^ƵŶĚĂLJďƵŶĐŚƌŝĚĞĚŽǁŶĞĂĐŚZŽĂĚ͘'ƌĞĂƚĨƌĂŵĞ͕ŐƌĞĂƚ ĐŽŵƉŽŶĞŶƚƐĂŶĚĂŐƌĞĂƚƉƌŝĐĞ͘ŽŵĞΘƚĞƐƚƌŝĚĞŽŶĞ͘

CANNONDALE QUICK 6 RRP $749 Sale $549

CANNONDALE QUICK SPEED 3 RRP $1199 Sale $999

CANNONDALE QUICK SPEED DISC 2 RRP $1399 Sale $1099

tŽƵůĚLJŽƵůŝŬĞĂďŝŬĞƚŚĂƚŝƐŝŶĞdžƉĞŶƐŝǀĞ͕LJĞƚĞĂƐLJƚŽƉƵƐŚ͍tĞůů ƚŚĞYƵŝĐŬϲŝƐƐƵƌƉƌŝƐŝŶŐůLJŐŽŽĚǀĂůƵĞ͘/ƚŚĂƐĂůŝŐŚƚĨƌĂŵĞ͕ĚĞĐĞŶƚ ǁŚĞĞůƐĂŶĚĂ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽϮϭƐƉĞĞĚŐĞĂƌƐLJƐƚĞŵ͘KǀĞƌĂůůŝƚŐŝǀĞƐLJŽƵĂ ďŝŬĞƚŚĂƚǁŝůůďĞĞĂƐLJƚŽƌŝĚĞ͕ŝĚĞĂůĨŽƌĐƌƵŝƐŝŶŐƚŚĞďŝŬĞƉĂƚŚƐ͕ŽƌĨŽƌ ŐĞƫŶŐĂďŝƚŽĨĮƚŶĞƐƐďĂĐŬƌĞĂĚLJĨŽƌƚŚĞƐƵŵŵĞƌŵŽŶƚŚƐ͘

tŝƚŚĂůŝŐŚƚ͕ŚĞĂƚƚƌĞĂƚĞĚĂůƵŵŝŶŝƵŵĨƌĂŵĞĂŶĚĐĂƌďŽŶĨŽƌŬƐƚŚŝƐ ďŝŬĞŝƐƌĞĂĚLJĨŽƌĐŽŵŵƵƟŶŐ͕ŐŽŝŶŐŽƵƚĞdžƉůŽƌŝŶŐƚŚĞůŽĐĂůďŝŬĞ ƉĂƚŚƐŽƌƐŝŵƉůLJŐŽŝŶŐŽƵƚƚŽŬĞĞƉĮƚ͘/ƚŝƐĮƩĞĚǁŝƚŚ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽ ^ŽƌĂϭϴƐƉĞĞĚŐĞĂƌƐ͕ĂŶŶŽŶĚĂůĞ͞s͟ďƌĂŬĞƐĂŶĚĂƚŽƵŐŚDĂĚĚƵdžǁŚĞĞůƐĞƚ͘ŽŵĞĂŶĚƚĞƐƚƌŝĚĞŽŶĞƚŚŝƐǁĞĞŬĞŶĚ͘

ŶŝĚĞĂůďŝŬĞĨŽƌĐŽŵŵƵƟŶŐ͘/ƚŝƐĮƩĞĚǁŝƚŚŚLJĚƌĂƵůŝĐĚŝƐĐďƌĂŬĞƐ ĂŶĚĂ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽ^ŽƌĂŐĞĂƌƐLJƐƚĞŵ͘dŚŝƐďŝŬĞŝƐĂƉůĞĂƐƵƌĞƚŽƌŝĚĞǁŝƚŚ ĂůŝŐŚƚĨƌĂŵĞƚŚĂƚ͛ƐĞĂƐLJƚŽƉƵƐŚĂŶĚĐĂƌďŽŶĨŽƌŬƐĂŶĚĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĂďůĞ ƐĂĚĚůĞƚŽŵĂŬĞƌŝĚŝŶŐƐŵŽŽƚŚĂŶĚĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĂďůĞ͘dŚŝƐŝƐĂǀĞƌƐĂƟůĞ ďŝŬĞƚŚĂƚŝƐĂƚƌƵĞ͞ĂůůƌŽƵŶĚĞƌ͘͟KŶůLJĂǀĂŝůĂďůĞŝŶDĞĚŝƵŵƐŝnjĞƐ

12327747-CB42-16

'ƌĞĂƚǀĂůƵĞ͕ĂƋƵĂůŝƚLJĐĂƌďŽŶĨƌĂŵĞĮƩĞĚǁŝƚŚ^ŚŝŵĂŶŽ^ŽƌĂ ŐƌŽƵƉ͕^ŚŝŵĂŶŽǁŚĞĞůƐΘĐĂƌďŽŶĨŽƌŬƐ͘dŚŝƐďŝŬĞŚĂƐĞŶĚƵƌĂŶĐĞĨƌĂŵĞŐĞŽŵĞƚƌLJ͕ǁŚŝĐŚŵĞĂŶƐƚŚĂƚŝƚŝƐŚĂƐŵŽƌĞĞŵƉŚĂƐŝƐŽŶ ĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĂŶĚƐƚĂďŝůŝƚLJ͘/ƚŝƐĂŝŵĞĚƐƋƵĂƌĞůLJĂƚƌŝĚĞƌƐĞŶƚĞƌŝŶŐƌŽĂĚ ƌŝĚŝŶŐ͕ďƵƚǁĂŶƟŶŐĂĐŽŵĨŽƌƚĂďůĞ͕ƋƵĂůŝƚLJďŝŬĞ͘

TREADMILL LIFESPAN PURSUIT RRP $769 Sale $549 tŝĚĞϰϮĐŵŶƟƐƚĂƟĐĚƌŝǀĞďĞůƚ͘WŽǁĞƌĨƵůϭ͘ϱŚƉŵŽƚŽƌ͕ǁŝƚŚϲ ƐƵƐƉĞŶƐŝŽŶƉŽŝŶƚƐ͘ϭϲŬƉŚƚŽƉƐƉĞĞĚ͕ϯƐĞƫŶŐŝŶĐůŝŶĞ͘ůĂƌŐĞ> ĚŝƐƉůĂLJƐŚŽǁƐƐƉĞĞĚ͕ŝŶĐůŝŶĞƟŵĞ͕ĚŝƐƚĂŶĐĞ͕ƉƵůƐĞƌĂƚĞΘĐĂůŽƌŝĞƐ

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LIFESPAN SPIN BIKE SP-460 WAS $599 Now $389 ǀĞƌLJƉŽƉƵůĂƌƐƉŝŶďŝŬĞ͕ŝƚŝƐĞdžĐĞůůĞŶƚǀĂůƵĞĨŽƌŵŽŶĞLJ͕ũƵƐƚ ĐŽŵƉĂƌĞ͕ŽƌďĞƩĞƌƐƟůůĐŽŵĞĂŶĚƚƌLJŽŶĞ͘ϭϴŬŐŇLJǁŚĞĞů͕ ƐŵŽŽƚŚ͕ƋƵŝĞƚĚƌŝǀĞΘƐŽůŝĚĨƌĂŵĞΘůĂƌŐĞ>ĚŝƐƉůĂLJ͘

CROSS TRAINER LIFESPAN X40 Was $849 Sale $549 ŚŝŐŚͲĞŶĚĐƌŽƐƐƚƌĂŝŶĞƌǁŝƚŚĂďŝŐϰϮĐŵƐƚƌŝĚĞůĞŶŐƚŚ͕ϭϴ ǁŽƌŬŽƵƚƉƌŽŐƌĂŵƐ͕ďŝŐϳŬŐŵĂŐŶĞƟĐŇLJǁŚĞĞůΘĐŽŵƉƵƚĞƌŝƐĞĚ ŵĂŐŶĞƟĐƚĞŶƐŝŽŶĐŽŶƚƌŽů͘

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^Ɵī,ŝŐŚDŽĚƵůƵƐĂƌďŽŶĨƌĂŵĞǁŝƚŚŝŶƚĞŐƌĂƚĞĚĐĂďůĞƐ͕^ƌĂŵ ZĞĚŐƌŽƵƉƐĞƚǁŝƚŚĂ&ƵůĐƌƵŵZĂĐŝŶŐϱϱǁŚĞĞůƐĞƚ͘tĞŝŐŚƐĂƌŽƵŶĚ ϴŬŐ͘dŚŝƐďŝŬĞŝƐŽƵƚƐƚĂŶĚŝŶŐŝŶďŽƚŚƉĞƌĨŽƌŵĂŶĐĞĂŶĚĂƉƉĞĂƌĂŶĐĞ ͕ŝƚŝƐĂĐƚƵĂůůLJĂƚƌƵĞƉĞƌĨŽƌŵĂŶĐĞŵĂĐŚŝŶĞ͕ŝĚĞĂůĨŽƌƌĂĐŝŶŐ͕ĐůŝŵďƐ ĂŶĚĂĐĐĞůĞƌĂƚĞƐďƌŝůůŝĂŶƚůLJ͘

CANNONDALE QUICK CX now $1099 RRP $1399 ĞƐŝŐŶĞĚĨŽƌďŝŬĞƉĂƚŚƐŽƌƵŶŵĂĚĞƐƵƌĨĂĐĞƐ͕ŝƚŝƐĮƩĞĚǁŝƚŚǁŝĚĞƌ ƚLJƌĞƐĂŶĚƐƵƐƉĞŶƐŝŽŶƚŽŐŝǀĞƐƚĂďŝůŝƚLJĂŶĚŐƌĞĂƚĞƌĐŽŵĨŽƌƚ͘/ƚŝƐ ĞĂƐŝĞƌƚŽƉĞĚĂůƚŚĂŶĂŵŽƵŶƚĂŝŶďŝŬĞƐŽŵĂŶLJƉĞŽƉůĞƵƐĞƚŚĞŵ ĨŽƌĐŽŵŵƵƟŶŐĚƵĞƚŽŝƚƐĞĂƐĞŽĨƵƐĞĂŶĚĐŽŵĨŽƌƚůĞǀĞů͘dŚĞƌŝĚŝŶŐ ƉŽƐŝƟŽŶŝƐĂůŝƩůĞŵŽƌĞƵƉƌŝŐŚƚ͕ĞĂƐŝĞƌŽŶŽƵƌďŽĚŝĞƐ͘

LIFESPAN - ROWER 605 RRP $809 Sale $619 dŚĞĐŽŵŵĞƌĐŝĂůƐƉĞĐŝĮĐĂƟŽŶ,ĞĂǀLJƵƚLJ&ůLJǁŚĞĞůĐŽŵďŝŶĞĚ ǁŝƚŚƚŚĞŵĂŐŶĞƟĐƌĞƐŝƐƚĂŶĐĞǁŝůůƉƵƐŚLJŽƵƚŽLJŽƵƌƉŚLJƐŝĐĂů ůŝŵŝƚƐĂŶĚƉƌŽǀŝĚĞĂƌĞůŝĂďůĞǁŽƌŬŽƵƚ͘ϭϲƚĞŶƐŝŽŶƐĞƫŶŐƐ

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