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Kids rock it for pink day Rockbank Primary School pupils embraced all things pink to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The school held a Wear Pink to School fundraising day last Friday aimed at spreading the word about the charity. Education support teacher Rita Ramsay said the event was an opportunity for the youngstersto learn about the disease. “Breast cancer can affect not just women – men can also get it,” Ms Ramsey said. “We all know someone who has been affected by this disease. “Lots of students chose to dress up in pink clothing, some even spraying their hair pink for the day.” The initiative followed the national Go Pink campaign, which supports thousands of women with breast cancer and their loved ones. Rockbank Primary School raised $390 for the charity. JASLEEN, MADDISON AND JHETT

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Tip growth gets go-ahead By Tate Papworth The Brimbank council and residents have slammed a decision to approve a large expansion of the Melbourne Regional Landfill at Ravenhall. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal last week approved an additional seven cells at the landfill which will allow the site to operate until about 2036. Brimbank mayor Lucinda Congreve said the decision means the west will continue to be the dumping ground for greater Melbourne. “We’ve been fighting against this landfill

expansion for almost two years now. Our community is extremely opposed to the expansion of the Ravenhall tip, as is this council,” Cr Congreve said. “This is particularly concerning because it doesn’t encourage the development of an environmental sustainable solution to managing waste in the medium to longer term. “Expansion of the landfill also means we could be seeing rubbish trucks travel across metropolitan Melbourne and Brimbank to the tip, impacting on our city for years to come.” The council has been appealing the tip expansion since 2017. It says the expansion

doesn’t align with state government policy on the grounds that it could potentially divert investment from alternative forms of waste disposal and innovation. “On behalf of our community and the west, we’ve been fighting against a plan to extend a rubbish tip that already has existing problems, and which would lock the area into using obsolete and ineffective modes of waste disposal,” Cr Congreve said. “The tip expansion would reinforce Victoria’s reliance on landfills … over the long term, which is contrary to future direction for waste management in Victoria.”

Stop the Tip lead campaigner Marion Martin said the community had been let down. “It’s very disappointing. We’re still going through it all and our lawyer is currently looking over it,” Ms Martin said. “There’s a lot of conditions [in the approval]. I don’t have much confidence in the EPA anymore, but hope it does its job enforcing the conditions.” Brimbank council and the Stop the Tip Group said they would review details of the decision before determining further options. “Were hopeful we’ve still got somewhere to go,” Ms Martin said.


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Assaults drive rising crime rates By Esther Lauaki Melton’s crime rate has soared to it’s highest in nearly a decade. More than 11,000 offences were recorded in the year to March, 2019, up from 10,445 for the same time last year, according to Crime Statistics Agency data released last week. The six per cent rise in recorded offences was driven by an increase in property and deception offences and justice procedures. Moorabool also experienced a rise in property and deception offences, but overall crime increased by just 1.7 per cent from 2253

reported offences in 2018 to 2292 in 2019. In Melton, property and deception offences, including arson, property damage, burglary and breaking and entering, theft and deception, jumped from 5903 to 6237 while justice procedures offences rose from 1639 to 1844. Assaults were up 5.6 per cent, theft rose 5.4 per cent and drug use and possession offences were up 14.3 per cent. Breaches in court orders also increased from 1338 to 1558, while weapons and explosives offences spiked from 357 to 405. Contrary to the overall increase in Melton crime, reported sexual offences were down

from 267 to 254 (4.8 per cent) while stalking and harassment offences were down to 302 from 338 (12 per cent). In Moorabool, police continue to focus on crimes against the person, including homicide, assault, sexual offences, robbery, stalking, harassment and threatening behaviour, blackmail and extortion, abduction and dangerous and negligent acts, which has resulted in a 12 per cent decrease in offences. Breaches in court orders were the main driver for the slight increase in overall crime, with offences up from 225 to 337 (33 per cent) in the past year.

Community rallies to bring David home A young Melton engineer is in a critical condition after suffering a stroke two hours into a Queensland getaway. David Skinner, a drone designer and Bask Aerospace founder, and his fiance Jemima Benson were on holiday in Noosa earlier this month when their lives were flipped upside down. “Around two hours into our getaway, the rest of our lives were changed forever,” Ms Benson said. “David tried to say something to me which came out making no sense. “Upon trying again we realised something was very wrong. “David then lost all speech and the movement on the right side of his body, and we knew the situation required urgent medical care.” The 30-year-old entrepreneur underwent emergency brain surgery and remained in a coma for two weeks. Friends and family in Victoria have raised more than $12,000 through an online campaign to bring Mr Skinner home and help with his recovery. Ms Benson said the couple have a long and challenging road ahead. “David’s stroke has caused speech aphasia and right side immobility,” she said. “We have many months of rehabilitation and recovery to come. “Our lives have been put on hold. We really want to get home to Melbourne. “I want to provide David with the life he dreamed of, with a family, and with a home to call our own.” Donate: bit.ly/2YbKm7M

Statewide, crime is up about 2 per cent overall, with drug use and possession offences rising 11 per cent and robbery up 6 per cent. Police Minister Lisa Neville said that Victoria Police have this year focused on making people feel safe at home and on the streets. “One of the outcomes of these statistics is we continue to see those high harm crimes,” Ms Neville said. “For the first time we’ve seen the victimisation rate decrease while the offending rate increases. Our key focus – our only focus – is making people feel safe.” – with The Age

End in sight for line upgrade The Ballarat Line Upgrade is about to clock up one million hours of work as construction on the project heads towards completion by the end of the year. Progress is on track at the new Cobblebank station which will provide a vital transport link in Melton south. The station is being built as part of the half-a-billion-dollar upgrade and will have two platforms, a carpark and a station building with a waiting area. It will also have an accessible pedestrian overpass, with lifts, ramps and stairs. Melton MP Steve McGhie said the station will connect the growing community, which is expected to reach 55,000 in the next decade, to the train network for the first time. “This new station will make a real difference for the local community – better connecting them to work, education and other essential services, and getting them home sooner,” Mr McGhie said. Cobblebank station plans also allow for more tracks to be built through the station as part of future rail upgrades. Premier Daniel Andrews, who was in Melton to inspect the station, said the Ballarat Line Upgrade was the first step of the government’s Western Rail Plan – to deliver more trains, more often to Melbourne’s west. The rail plan includes track duplication, station upgrades and passing loops. Train services will resume on the Ballarat line from Monday, July 8.

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Hair-razing decision It might be winter but Melton’s Rylie Kovacic is ready to rock a bald head for a while. The 19-year-old, whose curly hair is about 35 centimetres long, is shaving her head at the end of this month to raise money for the Cancer Council in honour of the loved ones she’s lost to the disease. “When my auntie was diagnosed with cancer she always told me, ‘No you’re not shaving your hair’, she didn’t want me to lose my locks. “But she sadly passed away two years ago and I just thought, ‘Why not?’ I just want to help.”

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Rising dam a top drop for farmer By Esther Lauaki John Lakey’s “dam” runneth over. Heavy downpours in the past few months have transformed the Ingliston farmer’s dam from a barren, cracked creek bed to brimming oasis. His 20 head of cattle, which each drink more than 50 litres of water a day, are just as happy. Star Weekly spoke to Mr Lakey in 2016 in response to a Climate Council report that climate change was having serious consequences for Australia’s farmers.

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Bacchus Marsh farmer John Lakey’s dam is almost full. (Luke Hemer) Inset: Mr Lakey with his solar-powered pump in 2016. (Shawn Smits)

Mr Lakey said he wanted to make his Ingliston farm self-sustainable. David Martin, from the Bureau of Meteorology, said Melton recorded 60 millimetres of rain in May, which he said was above average for this time of year.

Mr Martin said Melton had also recorded above average rainfall since April with about 100 millimetres recorded. “Im sure those living in more rural parts of Melton and Moorabool will be happy to see fuller dams and greener pastures,” he said.

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Melton welcomes baby boom By Esther Lauaki Melton is in the midst of a baby boom with up to 52 babies, the equivalent of more than two-and-a-half prep classes, born into the municipality each week. Population forecasts from Melton council earlier this month showed the highest birth rate since 2013. In the past six years, baby arrivals have jumped from an average of 42 births a week in 2013, to 44 in 2018 and more

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than 50 this year. Mayor Bob Turner said the city’s population is set to soar from 164,984 to about 500,000 in the next 30 years. He said while it was exciting to see the number of young families in Melton

grow, state and federal investment would be critical to successfully accommodating the growth. “Fifty-two babies every week equates to a staggering service and infrastructure demand,” Cr Turner said. “This level of growth is no surprise to council, which is why we have been advocating the state and federal governments. “Recent state government commitments for the City of Melton to develop a hospital business case, build new schools, and provide

permanent kinder funding are just the sort of investments we need. “The City of Melton is already the fourth fastest-growing area in Australia and by 2022, we’ll be the fastest growing area in Melbourne’s west. “The City of Melton can accommodate this growth in a positive way, but only if the state and federal governments continue to make Melton an investment priority now and in the future.”

Prostate mates gather Talking about prostate cancer need not be awkward. That’s why the Melton-based Melmarsh Prostate Cancer Support Group was started 10 years ago and is still going strong. Grenville Kerton, who has been a long-time participant, said the group aimed to dispel any apprehension men might have in talking about the illness. “The group started because a couple of men in the community decided they wanted to help other men who were suffering with prostate cancer,” Mr Kerton said. “We don’t give them medical advice … we just encourage them and support them and show them what types of treatments other men have gone through. “Most of all, the group is here to make men aware that they need to get tested. “It’s about early detection and that means that people can be monitored – it’s not a death sentence if it’s caught early.” Rhonda Weir tagged along with her husband,

Alex, when he was diagnosed about six years ago in the hope he would open up about his illness. “He just didn’t want to talk about it to anybody,” Mrs Weir said. “I saw a notice in the local paper about the group and we went along. “I don’t know whether he was embarrassed about it, but he wouldn’t even talk to his sons.” In a cruel turn of events, Alex suffered a stroke in 2014, but persisted with radiation therapy to fight the cancer. Ms Weir said the support group helped Alex to stay positive. “The group was very supportive and it helped him to eventually speak to his sons about it and his colleagues about what he was going through,” she said. “We’ve belonged ever since.” The Melmarsh Prostate Cancer Support Group meets at Melton Library and Learning Hub on the first Thursday of every month from 7-8.30pm. Esther Lauaki

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Carving out a legacy Creativity is at the heart of the newest program at Lakeview Senior College in Caroline Springs. Year 12 students are carving out a “legacy” by creating a totem pole with the help of indigenous artist Simone Thomson as part of their creative industries VCAL program. Teacher Melanie Brooks, who leads the program with Rachel Collins, said the project was a hands-on experience for the students. “We started our creative industries program this year and decided that we wanted to bring in an indigeous artist to work with the students to teach them how culture is represented in art,” Ms Brooks said. “It’s really important for us to model and respect our indigenous culture to our kids.

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MY PLACE Lepeka ‘Peks’ Nanai has busted through any barriers he’s faced in his life. The Melton powerlifting champion, entrepreneur and family man talks to Esther Lauaki. What’s your connection to Melton? I was born in New Zealand, raised in Samoa and moved to Australia. We moved to Melton about seven years ago. My mum’s getting on and my kids are young so we thought we’d move closer to her to create some memories. What are you passionate about? My family. I hustle to make sure my kids are OK when I’m gone.

In 2003, I was doing an apprenticeship in sheet metal and there was a gas explosion which left me nearly completely blind in one eye. I was recovering from that when I was attacked at Dandenong train station (in 2004) which damaged my good eye and I now only have 3 per cent sight out of my left eye. There was a lot of emotional healing that had to be done but I’ve been surprisingly alright. How did you get into powerlifting? I’m not the type to just sit at home all day.

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You have had to overcome more challenges than most in your life. Tell us about yourself.

After I lost my eyesight, I was trying to recover emotionally and physically and figuring out what I should do. I started training in powerlifting in 2009 and kept pushing myself and a year later competed at the blind national championships. A year after that, I started travelling and competed around the world and won a Blind World Championships title in 2013. I also started a business at the beginning of this year in kerbing with a team of four.

What do you love about Melton? It is multicultural. I have met a lot of people who also have disabilities and made some really good friends. What’s something people don’t know about you? I’m trained in massage therapy because I thought that was something I could do because

I don’t need eyesight for it. I was told I might not be able to study because I couldn’t take notes … but I asked them to give me two weeks to prove myself. I ended up topping the class. What’s your philosophy on life? Don’t think about things too much, just do it. Take opportunities and do the best you can. Sometimes things that make you nervous, are not what you expect.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR WANT YOUR EVENT LISTED? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and activities. Send item details to Star Weekly Community Calendar, Corner Thomsons Road and Keilor Park Drive, Keilor Park, 3042, or email to communitycalendar@starweekly.com.au. Deadline for copy and announcements is noon Tuesday.

Step it up

Join the Zumba party at Taylors Hill Youth and Community Centre on July 9. Have fun, dance and play games with Zumba Kids instructor, Niki. The class is a great way to burn off some extra energy these school holidays. From 10am to 10.45am. Free for primary school-aged children. ■ bit.ly/2XdsxYH

Dive into the holidays

Dive into fun in the play pool at Watergardens Town Centre, with a range of inflatable pool toys, shapes, beach balls and more to choose from. Perfect place for fun and a pool party these school holidays. Saturday, June 29 to Sunday, July 14. ■ watergardens.com.au

Citizenship Test assistance

Arabic classes

Join free Arabic language classes at Caroline Springs library every Wednesday between 6-7pm. Ages 12 and above. ■ 9747 5300

English classes

Melton Presbyterian Church invites anyone

Bridge club

The Melton Bridge Club offers social Bridge sessions at the Melton library on Fridays from 10am to noon. ■ 9747 5300 or 5367 4458

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Interactive sessions to help guide candidates through the Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond booklet in preparation for sitting the Australian Citizenship Test. The sessions run on July 6 and 16, and August 3 and 22. Melton Library and Learning Hub, 31 McKenzie Street, Melton. ■ 9747 5300 or library@melton.vic.gov.au

interested to join their English classes at 55 Palmerston Street, Melton, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4-6pm. ■ 0411 644 119

Support group

Come along to Melton South’s Women’s Group for any type of mental health support. The group meets on Mondays

from 1-2.30pm (except for public holidays) at the Melton South Community Centre on Exford Road. There is no cost, come along for a chat and a cuppa. ■ Val, 0418 667 150

First Aid

Melton South Community Centre will be running its next round of First Aid courses

on Saturday, June 29. Call for course details and bookings. ■ 9747 8576

Probus Club

The Probus Club of Taylors Lakes meets on the fourth Monday of each month at the Taylors Lakes Hotel, 7 Melton Highway. ■ 9390 1182

Have you visited Galli Restaurant lately? Open for Lunch & Dinner Wed - Sun Christmas in July: Friday 12th, 19th and 26th July 3 course $39 Catering for special occasions and functions. Private dining rooms to suit

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Property of the week

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With all the fine attributes expected from a display home – in this case, No.28 in the Woodlea series from Victorian company Langdon Building – this residence has two of the Woodlea’s “special” ingredients adding extra cachet and liveability. One of those, with the catchy moniker of Focus Room, is actually more a zone and is handily near a powder room. It has a desk with space for two work stations – and kids. It’s in sight of parental supervision from the kitchen during homework/dinner prep time.

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The other “special” ingredient, named My Room, is an integrated alfresco space, accessed via sliders from the main living area. So far, so typical – but this has a wall of glass that slides into a bespoke cavity that allows access to the garden. It provides total shelter from the elements and the tiled space (with heating and cooling) is tailor-made for entertainment or as gym or playroom. The remainder of the house, with a palette of greys, black and white, offers

spacious rooms and a layout designed for retreat and hang-together times. A carpeted open lounge room is along the entry way, making for good separation from noise and bustle from the meals area and kitchen. The kitchen, with black waterfall stone breakfast bench under pewter pendants, has a walk-in pantry, a stack of white cupboards and 900mm cooker and dishwasher. A trio of windows forms the splashback, two of which (cleverly) open. Of the four large fitted bedrooms,

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Agent’s choice EYNESBURY 25 Benalla Avenue, 3338 PRD Nationwide Melton: 9747 6665

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Get set young and/or larger families to score this pristine property and join the 90 per cent of people under 55 who call Eynesbury township home. It’s a town ideally set up for those who value a quieter life, with the brighter lights of Melton less than 10 minutes away – wending through grey box forest and past rural Exford Primary School en route. On about 765 square metres, the house has three separate living spaces and five bedrooms – a bonanza for bigger families and entertainers. Fitted bedrooms have grey carpet and charcoal roller blinds, while the main has classy natural-timber casement plantation shutters, along with twin walk-through robes and a big dual-basin en suite with a tub. The main bathroom is a great family size and the toilet is separate. A theatre room behind double doors has wall paint in shades of moody grey and comes with screen and projector. A carpeted lounge/playroom/TV snug interacts with the family-meals space via a cavity wall, and the entire domain – including kitchen - has the palette of greys and charcoal. The skylit kitchen, with a return island bench, has a stack of cupboards, a walk-in pantry, pearly-white glass splashback and all the mod-cons. An integrated alfresco area out back has feature laser-cut screens and looks out to a wedge of lawn that neighbours an expansive concrete paving and a fire pit area. A large shed/workshop is in a corner, and the double garage has internal entry.

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Kurunjang 16 Lagarna Drive Victorian Delight With Side Access • Situated on approx 784m2, with huge side access • Located in a popular location • Close to schools, public transport & High St shopping • Four large bedrooms • Master bedroom with BIR and stunning ensuite • Remaining bedrooms both feature mirrored BIRs • A central bathroom with free-standing claw-foot bath • Well appointed galley style kitchen with walk-in pantry • Large sun-lit open plan living/dining area • Outside, a huge 15x7m pitched roof pergola • Plenty of space for cars/trucks/boats, etc • Ducted heating/cooling • Double garage converted to bedroom/home office • Downlights, new carpets • Garden shed • Upgraded window furnishings • Plenty of off-street parking

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Brookfield 5 Hildegarde Court Dual Occupancy On 2,000m2 (Approx) • The main dwelling consists of four large bedrooms • Master BR boasting ensuite with corner spa & WIR • A bright central bathroom • Multiple living zones, including large formal lounge • Rumpus room/billiard room with bay windows • Separate formal dining area, stunning timber kitchen • A separate guest retreat under roofline • Two bedrooms serviced by a modern ensuite • Large open living/dining space • Its own kitchen and laundry with access to the rear • With separate electricity and gas connection • This guest retreat could be rented out separately • Outside, an oversized pergola area, decked BBQ area • Meticulously manicured, low maintenance gardens. • Double lock-up garage, plus separate single garage • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, split systems • Upgraded cornicing, water tanks, alarm system, NBN

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Melton West 10 Hollydale Court Stunning Family Home In Dream Location • Beautifully presented family home • Situated on a 762m2 (approx) block • Neat, low maintenance yard • Four bedrooms • A huge master with renovated ensuite & large WIR • The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes • A bright central bathroom • Renovated kitchen, showcasing new SS appliances • Dishwasher, walk-in pantry and ample bench space • A large formal lounge upon entry • Open and light filled living and dining area • A huge Colorbond pergola perfect for entertaining • Low maintenance established gardens • Double car garage with internal access • Evaporative cooling, ducted heating • Water tank, alarm system • Plantation shutter and quality window furnishings • Drive through access

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SPORT Rams finals hopes slip away with another loss Rockbank got off to a slow start and never fully recovered, as Woodend Hesket grabbed a crucial Riddell District Netball League A-grade win on Saturday. While the two sides have had a close rivalry in recent times, the Hawks were far more clinical early as they dominated the scoring to set up an eight goal lead at quarter-time. While the Rams challenged in the third term, the Hawks proved too strong as they fought out a 50-40 victory. Rockbank coach Nathan Selvidge said while they felt like they matched up well with the Hawks, it just wasn’t their day. “We had a really good third quarter, but just sort of lost motivation in the last and got outrun,” Selvidge said. “We were missing a couple of players from our defence which didn’t help us, but I think we just ran out of puff as the game wore on.” The game got off to the perfect start for

Hawks fans, as Tara Burnip made full use of her height advantage to nail 10 shots in the first term to help them to a healthy early lead. With Brittany Bowen controlling the centre of the court and opening up lots of avenues to attack, the Rams struggled to gain possession. When they did, Isabelle Maguire was dangerous up front as she kept the hopes of a comeback alive for the hosts. Things started to click for the Rams in the third quarter as they found some space and were able to attack with more freedom, with goal attack Rianne Vining scoring eight times to close the gap to just five points entering the final quarter. But the Hawks were able to steady, with 14 goals in the final term enough to see them take the points. The win has Woodend Hesket just a game and percentage adrift of the finals, while Rockbank has slipped to ninth on the table.

Selvidge said some tough games following the bye means their chances of finals are now probably done and the focus will shift to the future. “If we’d won this we were still a chance, but we’ve now dropped three that we probably shouldn’t have lost in the past month,” he said. “We had a good start to the season against some of the top sides, but we’ve dropped off in this middle period with some injuries that you can’t control. “With the games we’ve got coming up it will be tough for us to play finals. “We’ll continue to develop our team and get some structures in place that will help us moving forwards and into next season. “I’m not too fussed about scorelines or getting blown out, so long as we’re doing what we’re training to do so next year we can get into the flow of it early.” Ewen McRae

Dark day for Rockbank By Ewen McRae Rockbank’s struggles continued at the weekend, going down to Woodend Hesket in the Riddell District Football League. For the third time this season, Rockbank failed to score a goal, with the toll of a number of injuries showing as the game progressed. A number of Rockbank players had to play both reserves and seniors due to the lengthy injury list at the club, and the Hawks made full use of the fatigue on the way to a 43.21 (279)-0.2 (2) victory. Rockbank coach Lachie Waterman said his side had to put the scoreboard out of their minds during the game and focus on improving areas of their own game. “We’ve got eight or nine players out through injury, which has made it really tough for us,” Waterman said. “That’s just the reality for us at the moment, but we’ve been focusing on a few key areas over the last month and we think we’re seeing some improvement there. “Our centre bounce clearances have improved, and our kicking efficiency has also improved a lot, especially early in the game, so there’s some bright signs there. “Rather than looking at the scoreboard all the time, if we can improve in a few areas that’s a little win for us. And we’ve got a fair few who haven’t played much senior footy for us, so there’s some education to be done there and getting used to playing together as well.” The match got off to the perfect start for the visitors, with goals flowing early as the Rams struggled to stem the flow. Tom O’Loughlin was particularly damaging as he kicked five goals from the wing in the opening term, almost half of the Rams 10.10 scoreline at quarter-time. While the Rams had some good passages of play at times, they broke down when entering attack and the Hawks were able to rebound with purpose. It was 150-1 at the long break, and while the Hawks scored less in the second half it was another dark day for the Rams. O’Loughlin continued his strong work to finish with nine goals for the day, while 14 Hawks kicked majors in the rout. For the Rams, Jordan Baumgartner continued his strong season to be the best for the home side, with Mark Lalli-Cafini (who played reserves and seniors) and Jake Mallia also toiling hard all day. Despite the result, Waterman said morale was high at the club as they headed into a bye round and the second half of the season. “The morale’s been pretty good really,” he said. “All the guys are getting to the club

Rockbank’s Mark Lalli-Cafini put in for two games on Saturday. (Shawn Smits)

functions which is always good fun and good for the club. “We’ll regroup over the bye, hopefully get a handful of players back and we can re-group

before the next match. “We’ll keep working on our game, and the aim is always to get a result which would be great for the boys and the club.”

Rockbank’s Ciara Elliott lays off a pass in Saturday’s loss to Woodend Hesket (Shawn Smits)

Bloods jump into top four Melton jumped into the top four of the Ballarat Football League on Saturday, following a strong win over North Ballarat. While the two teams were evenly matched in the early stages, the Bloods superior accuracy saw them extend their lead at every break on their way to a 16.5 (101)-3.10 (28) win. North Ballarat had its chances to hit the scoreboard in the first quarter, but could manage just one goal from four shots, while Melton’s Shaun Campbell scored his side’s first two majors in a sign of what was to come. Melton pulled away in the second term, kicking five goals to one to stretch its lead out to 33-points at the main break. From there it was all Melton, as Campbell finished with five goals to be adjudged the best on the field. Mark Orr was solid with three goals, with the win lifting the Bloods up to fourth on the table. Melton was able to make the jump up the ladder thanks to a bad loss by Bacchus Marsh, which was beaten by Sebastopol. The two sides traded goals in the early stages, but Sebastopol started to pull away in the second term, turning its 17-point half-time lead into a handy percentage booster, stretching out to a 14.15 (99)-6.11 (47) win. It meant Bacchus Marsh slipped from fourth to sixth. Elsewhere, Darley strengthened its hold on third place with a well rounded display against Lake Wendouree. The win was set up by a five goal opening term, and the variety of options up forward proved Darley’s biggest asset. While no player kicked more than two goals, nine players were able to slot majors throughout the afternoon as Darley pulled away 13.14 (92)-5.9 (39). With other results falling its way, Darley is now a game clear in third place, and just percentage adrift of second-placed Eat Point. Melton South was no match for ladder leaders Redan, as the Lions flexed their muscle after quarter-time. Melton South had its best patch of the day in the first quarter to lead by two-points at the first break, but Redan blew them away to win 17.26 (128)-8.5 (53). Ewen McRae 19 MELTON & MOORABOOL STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 25, 2019


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Plumpton teen takes aim at world championships

Thomas Armstrong is representing Australia on the world stage. (Shawn Smits)

It’ll be a big couple of months for Plumpton shooter Thomas Armstrong. The 19-year-old will compete at a third straight Universal Trench World Championships in August, but before that he will represent Australia at the ISSF shotgun World Championships for the first time and compete in the ISSF Junior World Cup. Armstrong said the schedule would be a challenge, with the different competitions requiring him to shoot in different disciplines. But he was looking forward to it. The two disciplines have different speeds and distances of targets. Armstrong will compete in the ISSF Shotgun World Championships in Lonato Italy starting this week, before heading to Germany for the ISSF Junior World Cup. These two events will see him shoot in an Olympic discipline, something Armstrong has

only just decided to focus on. “It’s a completely different discipline and I thought it would take me a few years to start making Australian teams. “I did a few competitions, competing with the best [in Australia]. It has come as a surprise.” Armstrong said his instant success had given him confidence that he could make the transition into this discipline. He will try and make the Australian Olympic team later this year. “It’s a good stepping stone and I’m already competing at a high level. “It’s a good lead-up to the Olympic trials … I’ll see how I go.” After competing in Italy and Germany, Armstrong will compete at the Universal Trench World Championships in France. Armstrong tasted individual success in 2017

Stallions miss a chance By Ewen McRae Spring Hills’ run of losses has continued, going down to Laverton in State League 4 west action on Saturday. Despite a number of chances, Spring Hills could only find the back of the net once as the home side snared a late winner to claim a 2-1 victory. It was a far cry from the season’s opening round, when Spring Hills ran away with a 7-1 drubbing of Laverton. The loss on Saturday is the fifth in a row for the Stallions. Team manager Joe Febbraio said the heavy ground conditions hurt their chances of getting their game going. “It’s always a tough game when we go to Laverton,” Febbraio said. “Because we play and train on a synthetic surface, when we strike heavy grass pitches over the years we have tended to struggle. “In the end it could have gone either way, both teams had chances and they took theirs and we didn’t take ours, and it’s been a bit like that the last few weeks. “We were confident at half-time that we could get something from the game, but we have to move on and get on with it now.” Both sides had some good looks in the opening half, but it was the home side who hit the scoreboard first when a poor clearance gave Laverton an open opportunity to score from close range. The hosts were soon down to 10 men when a high boot to the face of one of the visitors saw a red card shown, but Spring Hills was unable to make the most of the advantage before the break. Spring Hills found the equalizer after some strong play down the wing ended with a good cross to Mohamed Mohamed, who slotted home the Stallions’ first. Two more red cards were shown as the game wore on, with Mohamed and his Laverton opponent both sent to the changerooms. With 15 minutes to play, Laverton grabbed the go-ahead goal after a strong build up through the middle of the game, and despite having an extra player on the field, the Stallions were unable to draw level again. Febbraio said there was only one way out of their current rut. “We spoke to the players, and the only way we can see out of this is through hard work,” he said. “We get back to the training pitch and we go again. It’s not like we are being completely outplayed, it’s just that the teams we are playing are taking their opportunities, and we’re creating opportunities and not taking them. “We just have to continue to work hard on it to find a way around it.” Spring Hills’ Mohamed Mohamed grabbed the Stallions only goal on Saturday. (Damjan Janevski) 20 MELTON & MOORABOOL STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 25, 2019

at the same event, while he’s also won team gold there. “It’s pretty exciting,” he said. “We won gold in the teams last year, but I didn’t go so well in the individual event. “I’m hungry for it and I know what I have to shoot. Now I need to come back stronger and harder. I’m feeling confident and have been practicing a lot, it’s whether I can put it all together.” Armstrong, a member of the Werribee Victorian Clay Target Shooting Club, said for now he would continue to shoot both disciplines, depending on schedules and competition dates. Armstrong said he couldn’t have made both teams without the support of his friends, family and sponsors. Tara Murray

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Hillside has maintained touch with the top four after a strong win over Oak Park in division one of the Essendon District Football League. In a match that was tightly contested for much of it, a five goal second quarter to the Sharks proved the difference as Hillside turned a three point quarter-time advantage into a match winning lead. They eventually prevailed 12.15 (87)-7.6 (48). Bailey Ryan was dangerous all day with four goals, while Michael Ajaimy and David Fruscalzo helped set up the win with solid games. The win keeps Hillside in fifth place, just a game behind Westmeadows. In the women’s Premier competition, Hillside was far too strong for Craigieburn as it led from start to finish. Nine goals to Rachael Burton and seven to Emily Paterno helped set the Sharks on their way to a 149-point win. The defence of the visitors held up strongly all day as Craigieburn failed to hit the scoreboard. The win keeps Hillside within touching distance of the top four, two games adrift of Burnside Heights.

Big V

A standout game from Deakin Pereira was not enough to get a win for Melton Thoroughbreds when they took on Southern Peninsula Sharks in Big V division 2 action on Saturday. Pereira was solid all night, putting in 22 points, including four from beyond the arc, along with four rebounds, but the Sharks showed why they are fighting for top of the ladder with an 86-76 victory. Daniel Jackson was also good for Melton with 16 points, while Chris Johnson had a good all round game with 14 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals. In the women’s division two, Melton struggled in its clash with Melbourne University as it fell to a thumping loss. While Jessica Kivimets was proactive throughout as she bagged 16 points and 10 rebounds, the class of the Uni side shone through as it ran away with an 85 to 46 win. It was Uni’s ninth straight win, and cemented its place near the top of the table. For Melton, the loss pushed them to eighth on the ladder after 13 rounds.

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Musso shows some muscle By Derek Ogden, Marque Motoring SsangYong is going to great lengths to make an impression in the ute market. The new Musso XLV can be loaded up with 1262 litres weighing up to 1020kg. And just to show how serious the South Korean automobile maker is, SsangYong is aiming to expand to 50 dealers in Australia by the end of the year. The new long wheelbase version of the Musso, according to the maker, combines high levels of safety, creature comforts, off-road performance and, last but certainly not least, a segment-leading carrying capacity. “The Musso ute has been a hit with customers and critics since we launched it last year, but the demand for the long wheelbase version is unprecedented,” says SsangYong Australia managing director Tim Smith. While not suggesting the new ute could match segment stars such as the Toyota HiLux, Ford Ranger and Mitsubishi Triton, Smith feels confident it can hold its own in the most popular vehicle market in Australia. “Every dealer in our network is holding firm orders for XLV, with one customer putting down a deposit last year, the day we confirmed it was coming,” he says. Built on the same platform as the Rexton and Musso, the XLV 4x4 pick-up comes in three grades – ELX, Ultimate and Ultimate Plus – and boasts body-on-frame construction providing a strong base for excellent off-road performance and safety from its structure and four-wheel drive system. Standard equipment is comprehensive and includes safety features such as autonomous emergency braking, lane change assist, rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot detection, front vehicle start alert and a 360-degree camera,

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as well as state-of-the-art infotainment that includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Bluetooth connectivity. The new Musso XLV offers the choice of the same multi-link coil spring rear suspension as in the short wheelbase Musso or a new, heavy duty leaf spring. The leaf spring is on hand in the ELX, while Ultimate and Ultimate Plus versions are available only with the multi-link set-up. SsangYong Musso ELX comes with 17-inch

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The shoulder wing grille – characteristic of all new SsangYong product – stretches to the headlights, while strong character lines to the side and rear, add a sense of power and volume to the vehicle. The tub, fitted with a standard liner is big enough to take a Euro pallet. It also comes with 12V/120W power outlets, and strap-down hooks. The interior is no industrial workplace, the crew cab offering good levels of comfort and excellent shoulder and legroom. The rear is capable of taking three blokes across. The ELX has fabric seats, the Ultimate adds endure-Lite heated and ventilated seats, while the Ultimate Plus adds powered leather seats with heating and venting. Ssangyong Musso offers excellent value for money. The XLV manual is on offer from $33,990, the auto version $35,990. The Ultimate starts at $39,990, the Ultimate Plus $43,990. All prices are driveaway. Options are 20-inch alloys and sunroof for the Ultimate Plus only. All Musso XLVs come with SsangYong’s seven-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty, plus seven years roadside assist.

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ANDREW 0400 609 490 • SHANE 0411 373 225 5-star ANCAP safety rating on all MU-X models & 4x4 D-MAX Crew Cab models built from November 2013 onwards & 4x2 D-MAX Crew Cab High Ride models built from November 2014 onwards. *Private & ABN holders only on 19MY vehicles. Excludes government, fleet, rental & non-profit buyers. Includes one year business vehicle registration, CTP insurance, dealer delivery & statutory charges. Metallic/mica/pearl paint $500 extra. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers from 1/5/19 until 30/6/19 unless extended, varied or while stocks last. Excludes demonstrators. ^6 years/150,000km (whichever occurs first), for Eligible Vehicles with a Warranty Start Date on or after 1/1/19. Excludes trays & accessories. <6 years Roadside Assistance (unlimited kilometres) for Eligible Vehicles with a Warranty Start Date on or after 1/1/19. >The Capped Price Servicing Program (“CPS Program”) applies to Eligible Vehicles at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers only. For 19MY & later vehicle models, the Capped Price Servicing covers the first 7 Scheduled Services for up to 7 years/105,000km (whichever occurs first). CPS Program is subject to change. For full terms & conditions, current pricing & model eligibility visit isuzuute.com.au/service-plus-disclaimer. +3.5 tonne braked towing capacity on D-MAX 4x4 & 4x2 High Ride models & 3.0 tonne braked towing capacity on all MU-X models when fitted with an optional genuine Isuzu UTE tow bar kit. ~Includes economy alloy tray fitted at motorpool. #Fuel consumption & emissions figures based on ADR 81/02 (combined cycle test) & are to be used for vehicle comparison purposes only. Actual fuel consumption & emissions will vary depending on many factors including, but not limited to, traffic conditions, individual driving style & vehicle condition. §Seats have leather touches or accents (excluding third row for MU-X), but are not wholly leather. ‡Offer is limited to 19MY 4x4 D-MAX & 4x4 MU-X models sold & delivered between 1/5/19 & 30/6/19 to private & ABN holders only. Excludes demonstrators. The Scheduled Servicing offer covers standard items (normal operating conditions) as listed in IUA Warranty & Service Booklet for the first 2 years Scheduled Servicing (covering the first 2 Scheduled Services up to 24 months/30,000km – whichever occurs first). Offer does not cover any other Scheduled Service, Make-up Scheduled Service or any additional service items or requirements, which are at the owner’s expense. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers. Not available with any other offer.

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$

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10,890

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2017 Mitsubishi ASX

Cruise Control, Bluetooth, Reverse Camera. 1OX1RE

$

20,990

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2013 Holden Trax

Cruise Control, Bluetooth. ZSB136

$

15,450

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2014 Mazda BT-50 XT

Ladder Racks, Towbar, Bluetooth. 1OX1QR

$

22,990

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2013 Honda Civic

Bluetooth Reverse Camera. 1AE7EZ

$

16,990

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2011 Nissan Navara D40

4X4, Bull Bar And Tonneau Cover. ZER071

$

22,990

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2015 Holden Commodore Electric Drivers Seat, Bluetooth. 1DB8EF

$

19,990

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2015 Toyota HiAce

Bluetooth System, Cruise Control. 1NC2BE

$

29,990

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