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By Ewen McRae Bob Carey-Grieve looks back on 2016 with conflicting thoughts. While his beloved Bulldogs lifted the AFL premiership cup, a night in November turned his life upside down. Waking early in the morning to find he couldn’t move his right arm or leg, what followed for the Wyndham council employee was nearly two years of medical tests and treatment to find a path back to health. “It was like waking from a nightmare, but I couldn’t remember it,” the father of two said. “I got out of bed, tried to walk and fell straight down. At that point I did think it was a stroke, but my face looked fine so I ruled that out. “I went to the hospital for assessment and tests, and the next day I was told I’d had two strokes at the same time.
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“The most difficult thing about that was they couldn’t tell me why I’d had a stroke. My heart was fine, my blood pressure was fine, so no one could say what was wrong with me. “The anxiety and fear around not getting that answer to ‘why?’ was worse than the stroke itself.” Mr Carey-Grieve, then 42, went through six months of treatments before a visit to a cardiologist at The Alfred Hospital revealed a 4mm hole in his heart. “I couldn’t really do anything for two months from there, because any stress could make the hole bigger,” he said.
“You exercise, or you get anxious, or you have a curry, and it could make it worse.” He had surgery to fix the hole in his heart, but was back in hospital just months later after his course of blood thinners led to a number of faintings. More tests soon revealed he had a tumor in his bowel. “I had to phone my wife in floods of tears, it was just before Christmas 2017,” he said. “On the first of February I had 30cm of bowel cut out, and a month later I came back for a meeting and they told me that of the 14 lymph nodes they took out, one showed signs that the cancer had spread.” Mr Carey-Grieve underwent six months of chemotherapy. Now in the clear, he is preparing to run a half marathon on July 29 to raise funds for the Stroke Foundation. The run will mark a year since he finished chemotherapy.
“People often say that I’ve had a run of bad luck, but slightly perversely I’ve been quite lucky,” he said. “Whilst the stroke was terrible, it was an indicator that there were other things wrong. We may never have found the tumor without it. “I decided that I’d had about a two-and-a-half year tangle with death, constantly stressed and in fear, and I needed a process to deal with that. “So I started off with early morning walks, just 20 yards at first, but I kept going and now I’ve got the target of the half marathon. “I now get up stupidly early, put on some heavy metal music and run off into the hills. I try to see the sunrise each day, and what a difference that makes to your entire outlook. “If you start every day with a sunrise, I guarantee you’re in a good mood. I’m so happy to be alive and well, and probably fitter than I’ve ever been.”
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Police nab pair over burglary By Alesha Capone A police air wing helicopter and K9 unit have helped track down a man and a woman following an alleged burglary in the Manor Lakes area. Police were called to a construction site at a school on Minindee Road about 2.45am on June 9 after receiving reports of two people behaving suspiciously and allegedly trying to enter the premises.
Following a brief search of the area by officers, the air wing and K9 unit, a man and a woman were arrested. A 37-year-old Wyndham Vale man and 31-year-old Werribee woman have since been charged with burglary, theft, trespass, going equipped to steal and committing an indictable offence while on bail. A statement posted on the Wyndham police Eyewatch Facebook page said it was believed the man and woman were allegedly “looking to steal copper piping”.
In a separate case, in April, police arrested four men in relation to a series of copper thefts from sports and recreational reserves and schools in Brimbank, Melton and Wyndham. A 27-year-old Taylors Lakes man, a 33-year-old Taylors Lakes man, a 35-year-old Keilor Downs man and a 28-year-old Hillside man were arrested and charged with theft. All four were remanded to appear in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on July 16.
In March, unidentified thieves stole copper cabling valued at more than $200,000 from sports facilities in Wyndham. At the time, Wyndham mayor Mia Shaw said there had been 10 separate incidents of copper cables being stolen from sports venues within the municipality. “These thefts are very concerning and results in significant work needing to be undertaken to make these facilities fully operational again,” she said.
A return to whimsy excited to take on the role. “Being my last year at school I wanted to throw myself at as much stuff as I could,” Mitchell said. Despite being one of the younger members in the cast, year 6 student Madison, playing LeFou, is also one of the school’s most experienced. She was involved in her first musical at 10 years of age with the Young Australian Broadway Chorus. “I love musicals, and Beauty and The Beast is my favourite Disney film,” Madison said. “My character is pretty clumsy and goofy, which suits me. LeFou is traditionally a boy, so changing it to a girl is really different.” Tickets can be purchased at 8734 6000 or visit wyncc.com.au Esther Lauaki
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Heathdale Christian College students are taking on a tale as old as time. Preparations have stepped up for the school’s production of Beauty and the Beast to be staged at the Wyndham Cultural Centre’s Tattersall’s Theatre on July 26 and 27. The cast and crew of more than 85 students have been finetuning their performance and perfecting makeup, costumes and staging. Director Hayley Kirkpatrick said she felt it was a “great time to bring the classic Beauty and the Beast to the stage for the local community”. “It’s always a big challenge to find the right musical each year,” Ms Kirkpatrick said. “It has to have a big cast and suit the character of the students we have. “In the past couple of years, we’ve chosen more serious productions like Oliver and Fiddler on the Roof. “This year we wanted to return to something fun, vibrant and whimsical.” Year 12 lead Mitchell, who will play Gaston, is a first-timer to musicals but said he was
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Staging a busy season Werribeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gig guide is packed to the rafters with plenty on at the Wyndham Cultural Centre from next month. Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s arts, culture and heritage portfolio holder Tony Hooper said the next six months will promise a range of exciting performances of some of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s greatest known stories. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Council is delighted to welcome The Sapphires and Possum Magic to the stage right here in Wyndham,â&#x20AC;? Cr Hooper said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Possum Magic, taken from the classic Australian picture book, will capture the childlike wonder and imagination of the young and young at heart. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One of Roald Dahlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s much-loved works Revolting Rhymes and Dirty Beasts is sure to delight the young ones and bring a smile to
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Food faults lead to $25,000 fine By Alesha Capone A Hoppers Crossing food premises owner has been fined $25,000 after pleading guilty to 11 charges relating to the cleanliness of their premises and unsatisfactory food handling practices. At a hearing at the Sunshine Magistrates Court last month, the proprietor pleaded guilty to charges relating to offences under the Food Act, including: • Failing to handle food that was intended for sale in a safe manner. • Failing to maintain a level of cleanliness where there was no accumulation of garbage, food waste, dirt, grease or other visible matter.
• Failing to take all practicable measures to eradicate and prevent pests from the premises. • Storing or packaging food in a manner that did not prevent its contamination and may have affected its safety and suitability. • Failing to ensure the food contact surfaces of equipment were in a clean and sanitary condition. • Failing to ensure persons undertaking the handling of food had adequate food safety training. • Failing to ensure the food premises, fixtures, fittings and equipment were in a good state of repair and working order. Wyndham safer communities portfolio holder Kim McAliney said the council was
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“adamant” that all food outlets should meet health requirements to ensure the safety of the community. “We have a wide range of amazing restaurants whose proprietors and staff ensure the hygiene standard remains to council’s high standards and I commend them,” Cr McAliney said. “But we sometimes find food outlets who fail to meet these requirements and they can face the appropriate penalties, such as this case.”
“Wyndham City checks all 2300 food premises regularly and if the inspectors are not happy with any aspect of the environment, they work with proprietors to achieve a positive resolution without the need for further action. “Prosecution is undertaken in specific circumstances, such as when the risk is deemed as severe; when a history of non-compliance and repeat non-compliance exists or when food premises operators demonstrate an unwillingness to co-operate and comply with relevant legislation.” The council declined to release the name of the Hoppers Crossing food premises’ owner or the business name. According to one report, the business is no longer operating.
Kicking off for nationals Hard work has paid off for 12-year-old Tyrese Commonwealth Games. “Here’s hoping that Tyrese and his Victorian Culhane. The Iramoo Primary School pupil was teammates can achieve their personal goals at recently selected in the School Sport Victoria a national level to win the Australian title and under-12s state rugby league team to compete that Tyrese may be representing Australia in in August at the School Sport Australia the years to come.” Championship in Brisbane. Esther Lauaki Jeanetta Rodwell, of School Sports Victoria, said players were put through their paces during the trial process to make the state team. “It has been a great performance by Tyrese following a selection process to make the final team,” Ms Rodwell said. “Many past School Sport Victoria team members have gone on to compete at national and international competitions including the Tyrese Culhane has made the state rugby team. Olympic Games, world championships and the (Damjan Janevski)
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New recruits are ready for action By Esther Lauaki Victoria’s all-female prison officer squad is ready to go after completing tactical training at Hoppers Crossing. The 29-member squad graduated earlier this month and will be deployed to the state’s maximum-security women’s prison, the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre in Ravenhall. Corrections Minister Ben Carroll said the new squad includes women from a diverse mix of professional backgrounds, including an egg farmer, medic, singer, Disney World team member and a Braille producer.
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Above: Prison officers go through their paces. Right: Commissioner for corrections Emma Cassar and Tarneit MP Sarah Connolly. (Pictures: Supplied)
“A career as a prison officer is incredibly rewarding, as you have an opportunity to turn around people’s lives and contribute to a safer Victorian community,” Ms Cassar said. “The new recruits demonstrate all the
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Local focus for future Wyndham By Alesha Capone Wyndham council has outlined a future vision that includes the transformation of Hoppers Crossing, Werribee’s CBD and Williams Landing into “economic hubs” and several new train stations. The council’s Wyndham Urban Framework Plan, Emerging Options Paper Paper, which will be open for public feedback until July 5, states that the council’s vision is to create “20-minute neighbourhoods” so that residents can live, work and study closer to their homes.
The plan states nearly 65 per cent of Wyndham’s residents travel outside the municipality to work, with a large majority working in Melbourne CBD. Alongside the urban framework plan, the council has released a plan showing public transport upgrades for which it will seek funding from state and federal governments. The plan shows “potential” railway stations the council would like to see built at Black Forest Road, Derrimut Road, Browns Road, Werribee Racecourse, Sayers Road, Tarneit West and Truganina.
The plan includes a “potential trackless tram” connecting the Derrimut Road station to the existing Tarneit station. The trackless tram would travel close to the existing Hoppers Crossing station, the proposed East Werribee precinct of the Werribee National Employment and Innovation Cluster, through Williams Landing and past Point Cook Town Centre. The plan also features a future rail linkage between the Black Forest and Browns roads and Werribee Racecourse stations and the existing Werribee station.
Werribee council’s city economy, innovation and liveability director Peter McKinnon said the council was “actively planning to grow the economy to cater for the expanding population”. The urban framework plan document states that in 2011, Wyndham residents took about 650,000 daily trips out of home, with this number predicted to reach a 1.3 million trips a day by 2036. See theloop.wyndham.vic.gov.au/urbanplan to provide feedback on the Urban Framework Plan, Emerging Options Paper Paper.
Recycling hits the road Two new recycling plants in Laverton North will supply road base, aggregates, sand and asphalt to help build environment-friendly roads and rail projects. The Alex Fraser high-tech asphalt and glass recycling facilities opened earlier this month. Managing director Peter Murphy said the facilities incorporated features to improve resource recovery and increase recycled content in construction materials. They also provided significant capacity increase in resources urgently needed to supply Victoria’s Big Build. “These new $20 million facilities are part of Alex Fraser’s long-term investment in improving resource recovery and infrastructure sustainability for Victoria,” he said. “Currently, Victorian households generate mountains of problem glass waste every year. “Our glass recycling plant is capable of producing 800 tonnes of construction sand per
day – equivalent to four million glass bottles. The recycled high technology asphalt plant produces over half a million tonnes of green asphalt a year.” He said plants would supply material for major projects including the Western Roads Upgrade and Level Crossing Removal. Mr Murphy said the use of the materials would result in significant commercial and environmental savings, including a decrease in landfill, heavy vehicle movements and carbon footprint of new projects. “We have created a unique network of facilities capable of supplying large volumes of quality materials to infrastructure projects throughout metropolitan Melbourne … critical to developing markets for recycled materials that take pressure off Melbourne’s kerbside recycling program,” he said. Esther Lauaki
The Laverton glass recycling plant is launched. (Supplied)
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Class crush as enrolments soar Victorian schools will have to squeeze in 25,000 more students than initially projected as enrolments soar at an unprecedented rate over the next five years. The Education Department has revised its enrolment figures and now anticipates that state, Catholic and independent schools will have to accommodate 115,000 extra students. The new figures, obtained by The Age and based on updated Census data, eclipse previous projections of 90,000 additional students between 2018 and 2023.
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While the state government is confident its record investment in new schools and upgrades will meet the demand, principals fear it could be a challenge if current trends continue. Overcrowded schools are already rolling out three-storey portables, running classes in hallways and staggering lunch times. And many newly opened state schools are already having to turn away out-of-zone families or are preparing to do so next year. Victorian Education Minister James Merlino said he’d embarked on the biggest school building boom in the state’s history, with 100 new state schools to open over eight years. “We are the fastest growing state in the country and that is reflected in our student numbers,” he said.
“This most recent budget saw an increase in funding for infrastructure to $1.8 billion up from $1.25 billion the previous year.” Australian Principals Federation president Julie Podbury said some new schools were opening without all the required facilities. She referred to a school in Melbourne’s west which opened without shade cloth or air conditioning. “I know that the department is working very hard to try to accommodate the burgeoning enrolments in government schools,” she said. “But the things that make them habitable and workable are not always being provided.” Victorian state, Catholic and independent schools will have to accommodate one million students by next year – a figure reached a year earlier than expected. Around two-thirds of these enrolments will be in state schools. Tarneit Rise Primary School is less than two years old and has already grown from 200 to 700 students. Next year, the school will have to accommodate more than 900 students. “It can be challenging because new students are arriving every week,” said principal Nadia Bettio. “We have 23 students starting next week and that’s like a whole new class. At the moment we are having to recruit new teachers.” The school has exceeded the space in its permanent buildings and has rolled out six portables to manage the growth. “It’s an exciting place to work,” Ms Bettio said. “It is so fast-paced.”
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Ten-minute train timetable push By Alesha Capone A Greens MP has called for Melbourne’s metropolitan trains and trams to run at least every 10 minutes between 6am and 9pm daily. Prahran MP Sam Hibbins raised the issue in state Parliament earlier this month, saying the “turn-up-and-go” system could be implemented using existing rail infrastructure, including that in Wyndham. Mr Hibbins said the proposal, which was a Greens policy at the last election, had been costed by the Parliamentary Budget Office, which found that 10-minute services could be implemented on Melbourne’s train lines for $160 million a year and for $40 million a year on the tram network. “Some experts have thought that figure could actually be brought down quite substantially, and it is next to nothing against one of the government’s mega-toll roads like the North East Link,” Mr Hibbins said. He said that the 10-minute system could be implemented on lines where commuters sometimes have to wait up to 20 minutes between trains, including Werribee, Upfield, Mernda and Craigieburn. The state government was contacted for comment. Meanwhile, buses will replace trains on the Werribee line between 8.20pm on Saturday, June 22, to the last train on Sunday, June 23, due to works. Public Transport Victoria has warned that journey times may increase by up to 40 minutes. Train replacement bus stops will be located in Altair Street, Williams Landing; the bus interchange in the Hoppers Crossing station carpark; and the bus interchange in front of Werribee station, near Manly Street. Details: 1800 800 007 or go to ptv.vic.gov.au
Cold front hits Iramoo primary Iramoo Primary School pupils beat the winter chills wearing their favourite beanies last week to raise money for Motor Neuron Disease research. The school held a “mini Big Freeze” event last Tuesday as part of the FightMND fundraising initiative. Principal Moira Findlay said the event was a fun way to spread the word about MND. “One of our staff members had two of her family members diagnosed with MND recently and she wanted to find a way to raise money and awareness about the illness,” Ms Findlay said. “Some of the teachers dressed up in costumes and it was a chance for them to have some fun with a lot of ice. “The children were hysterical … it was a really good, fun time for the children as well as the teachers.” Ms Findlay said the school raised close to $1000 on the day and through online donations. Donate: fightmnd.org.au/donate Science teacher Keryn Lowe (right) being iced by Kari Olcorn. (Supplied)
Urban Framework Plan ‘more time for life’ How can we transform Wyndham’s urban areas to create a more liveable city? Through the Wyndham Urban Framework Plan we’re developing a long-term plan for a more liveable Wyndham. We’re interested in hearing from you on how we can better design our city to create ‘more time for life’.
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$1.6m for heritage house By Alesha Capone A heritage-listed property in Werribee has been sold for $1.6 million. The property at 56-58 Wattle Avenue sold at a mortgagee auction on June 8. A former apricot orchard, the property features a three-bedroom weatherboard house, shed, barn and tennis court on 6215 square metres. Director of hockingstuart Werribee Eric Bartz described the $1.6 million sale as “a very good price”. “We did have a lot of interest from local residents, local buyers and there were a lot of investors looking at the property,” he said.
Mr Bartz said the buyer, a Werribee resident who wishes to remain anonymous, had not outlined his future plans for the site. “It’s an iconic house and it’s heritage-listed, so council approval is needed in regards to what can happen with the house,” Mr Bartz said. The house was formerly home to a prominent member of the Werribee community and World War I hero, Lieutenant Gerald Thompson, and his family. In May 1918, Mr Thompson was awarded the Military Cross “for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty”. Mr Thompson’s son, Sir Thomas Francis “Frank” Little, became the sixth Roman
Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne. Another long-time Werribee resident, Betty Christensen, purchased the Wattle Avenue property in the mid-seventies, along with her husband Kaj. Mrs Christensen said they lived there for 18 years, and ran a business called Vendlbo, selling cheese from the cellar and hosting wine-and-cheese nights as fundraisers for different organisations. Mrs Christensen said that after she and her husband moved out of the house, their daughter and son-in-law transformed it into a bed-and-breakfast, before moving on themselves.
Youth unemployment in Wyndham will be tackled under a council initiative to build jobs and education pathways. Wyndham mayor Mia Shaw said the west had one of the state’s highest youth unemployment rates – and that was why the council would develop a Social and Economic Inclusion Framework to create practical initiatives. “This project aims to improve economic and social cohesion for young people and their families in Wyndham who are experiencing disadvantage,” Cr Shaw said. “Part of the plan includes the establishment of a social and economic inclusion taskforce to provide employment and education pathways for people facing barriers.” Cr Shaw said the taskforce would help young people fill job positions and put them in contact with people who could assist with employment or training and education. “We have a number of supporting organisations, including North Melbourne Football Club’s The Huddle, and Wyndham Community and Education Centre who are working to deliver specific programs for young people,” Cr Shaw said. The Social and Economic Inclusion Framework will be developed thanks to a $1 million state government grant announced in August last year Details: theloop.wyndham.vic.gov.au/ Social-economic-inclusion-framework
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A badminton prodigy Young Tarneit resident Shrey says that winning a national badminton title is like “being on top of the world”. Shrey, 11, played his way to becoming national under-13 singles badminton champion at a tournament in Altona earlier this year. But that success is just one of many he has notched up. Earlier this month, he came first in the under-13 singles and doubles at the state titles in Ballarat. And last year, Shrey came first in the same two categories at the New South Wales Winter Junior Grand Prix. “Playing in competitions is fun – I like playing with my friends,” Shrey said.
Shrey said he took up badminton because his father, Gaurav, is a player. He is hoping to become a professional badminton player and compete at the Olympic Games. He trains three days a week at the Altona Badminton Centre, home of the Western Suburbs Badminton Association, and also plays for the Badminton Academy of Victoria. Shrey also helps out with coaching at the Wyndham Badminton Association. “I’d like to thank my own coaches and the Altona Badminton Centre, home of the WSBA,” Shrey said. Alesha Capone
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Frank Hills has now made more than 350 blood donations. Inset: Mr Hills’ first membership card. (Pictures: Damjan Janevski)
Frank’s record history By Alesha Capone Frank Hills is known as something of a “bloody legend” at the Australian Red Cross Werribee Donor Centre. Mr Hills was last week recognised as the highest milestone blood donor in Werribee within the past year. He has made more than 370 blood and plasma donations since he signed up as a donor during the ’60s, and he still has his original
donor’s membership card from 1965. Mr Hills said he started donating blood while working as a tool-making apprentice at ICI in Deer Park. He said the process of collecting blood was quite different in those days – the Red Cross vehicles would attend the factory and the workers would lay down on tables in the canteen to have their blood taken. Mr Hills went on to become a teacher at Galvin Park Secondary College in Werribee, for about 30 years.
During this time, he organised a field trip for students to travel to the donor centre, resulting in about 48 of the teenagers donating blood. However, he said that would not be possible these days, as it is now illegal for anyone aged below 18 years old to donate. Mr Hills said he would encourage all eligible Wyndham residents to become blood donors. Call 13 14 95 or visit donateblood.com.au for details.
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Peddling for a MND cure By Esther Lauaki A group of novice cyclists is about to embark on a “monster” 300 kilometre ride of a lifetime. Former Werribee and Collingwood footballer Darren Saunders is leading the pack of 27 on The Great ‘Never Give Up’ Ride – a three-day trip from Hoppers Crossing to Tocumwal in New South Wales in October to raise money for Motor Neuron Disease. Mr Saunders said he had always hoped he could make the interstate trek by bike. “I have a property in Hoppers Crossing and
a property in Tocumwal and two or three of us who live near the Murray got together and decided, ‘let’s do a ride,’ ” Mr Saunders said. “We will be riding with another 30-odd local and interstate, non-professional riders. “No rider is what you would call ‘experienced’ but we all have plenty of passion and motivation to ride for all those Victorian’s living with MND. “My sister Kerry Saunders is the oldest at 60 and she’ll probably do it easier than all of us. “It’s going to be a great ride with great people, training for a great cause.” He said the cause hits close to home for many
of the participants. “My mother-in-law was diagnosed with MND three years ago, so I know what people go through,” Mr Saunders said. “A lot of us have been affected by MND and have somebody in our lives with it. “We couldn’t think of a better chairty and we didn’t have to look too far.” He said Werribee Districts Football Club is holding a fundraising Ladies Day on July 6 raising money towards The Great ‘Never Give Up’ Ride. Tickets are $70 and includes an afternoon of food, drinks and dancing. Donate: bit.ly/2x7x9Rz
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Roads, transport, top wish list By Alesha Capone Residents have asked Wyndham council to take action on roads, public transport and police numbers as part of its annual budget. Councillors attended a meeting last week to consider public submissions to the 2019-20 budget. Other matters raised included cycling infrastructure and a request from the not-for-profit Kulture Hive for the council to develop a hub for youths planning to start a creative business. Bob Fairclough from the Point Cook Action
Group (PCAG) requested capital works funding to upgrade the intersection of Sneydes and Point Cook roads. He said PCAG welcomed the $250,000 already allocated in the budget for design works at the intersection. Mr Fairclough also asked the council to address subsidence issues along Sneydes Road. “They are really bad, it’s like a roller-coaster ride and we reckon it won’t be long until there’s an accident because of that,” he said. Another member of PCAG, Senthill Sundaram, asked the council to establish
regular forums on public transport and community safety, to advocate for issues including more police in Point Cook. Another Point Cook resident, Ashok Kumar, asked the council to build a recreational and aquatic centre in the suburb, a topic which has been raised in previous years’ budget submissions. Two members of the Wyndham Warriors BMX club made a presentation for funds to upgrade the club’s driveway and carpark at its Glen Orden wetlands track. They said that in winter, the area became
“very muddy and impractical” and made it difficult for riders to access the site. A group of commuters who travel on bus route 498 asked the council to help address overcrowding on the service. Wyndham mayor Mia Shaw said although some of the budget submissions related to state government decisions and funding, the council would pass the ideas on to local politicians. “Once we go through all of these submissions, councillors will discuss them, and their decisions will be revealed at the ordinary council meeting on 25 June, 2019,” she said.
Paws for a good cause Are you feline smart? The not-for-profit cat rescue group Purrs of Point Cook, which is run solely by volunteers, will host a fundraising trivia night in Laverton next month. Purrs volunteer and foster carer Jennifer Tagg said funds raised at the event would be put towards vet bills, medication, food and litter for rescued cats and kittens. Ms Tagg said teams of 10 could enter the trivia night, or the event organisers could put people into teams. She said the trivia questions would cover topics including history, geography, current events, sports, arts and – of course – cats. There will be plenty of prizes on offer throughout the night. The trivia night (for adults aged 18 and over) will be held at 6.30pm on Saturday, July 20 at the Laverton Bowls Club, 77-87 Hall Avenue, Laverton.
BYO food. All drinks purchased can be from the bar. Tickets: $18 or $150 for a table of 10. To https://www.trybooking.com/BCFIC, or see www.facebook.com/events/324391168183473 for details. Alesha Capone
Sosia (left) and Achilles are currently up for adoption at Purrs of Point Cook. (Pictures: Supplied)
On Monday June 3. The Premiers VCE awards were presented at a ceremony at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. The Minister for Education, the honourable James Merlino made the presentations in front of a large audience of principals, teachers, parents and guests. Mohammad Naghdi and Zoe Lee from Werribee Secondary College were the recipients of The Top AllRound VCE High Achievers Award. This highly prestigious award is made to those students who attain a study score of 46 or higher in at least 5 of their Year 12 subjects and was achieved by only 21 students from across the state. Mohammad and Zoe’s success is a testament to their commitment and hard work as well as a tribute to the support of their families and to the skills and hard work of teachers at Werribee Secondary College over a number of years.
Mohammad attained an ATAR of 99.9 and is studying a Bachelor of Science (Physics)
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A lecturer in chemistry has claimed that a letter he wrote to a senior officer of Werribee Shire was leaked to a political party during the recent State election campaign. Dr. M. A Trewhella, a Werribee resident and senior lecturer in applied chemistry at Footscray Institute of Technology, told council in a subsequent letter that the leaked letter had been quoted out of context thus distorting the meaning of its content.
Tiny Justin Bates has defied all odds and proved to be a true Aussie battler. When Justin was born with chronic renal failure and diagnosed as having Potter’s Syndrome, his Hoppers Crossing parents, Paul, 29, and Kerri, 23, prepared themselves for the worst.
The Labor and Liberal parties will commit vastly different sums of money in their respective campaigns to secure the seat of Werribee in the forthcoming state election, the Banner has learned. Held by Labor MP Ms Mary Gillett by 0.8 per cent, Werribee is the most marginal ALP seat in the state.
Hundreds of motorbike riders and tourists will converge on Point Cook in October as the area’s Pink Ribbon Ride is expanded. Last year, the annual event attracted 200 riders who travelled from Ferntree Gully to Point Cook to raise money for The Cancer Council Victoria’s breast cancer appeal.
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MY WYNDHAM Truganinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Morwenna Petaia migrated to Australia from Hawaii in 2003, but moved to Samoa two years later. In 2014, she returned to Wyndham and started her own business. Ms Petaia holds a graduate certificate in marketing; is a freelance writer and researcher; and has launched a social media course for small business owners. She chats with Alesha Capone
I love that Truganina is so multicultural. Being able to interact with people of different cultures and learning about them is something that I really enjoy. Do you have a favourite place in Wyndham to get coffee or grab a meal? I love going to Jock and Mack (in Hoppers Crossing) to eat. They have amazing and friendly staff and their food is delicious. Tell me about your volunteering and community work. I was the vice president, for a few years, for the Truganina Community Group and we helped to make Truganina look better through tree planting as well as trying to bring the community together. The group needs new members so if there are any willing to volunteer, message on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Truganinacg/).
I am a Wyndham City Council Cultural Diversity Portfolio Committee member. I am the vice president for Pacific Connections and we are planning our third Pacific Connections Expo in October. Do you find there are a lot of people from Samoa, or a Samoan background, who live in the Wyndham area? Wyndham has the second highest number of Pacific people in Victoria. Many of them are of Samoan descent. The Pacific community has a lot to offer in terms of unity, culture and experience. Can you tell me a bit about your business? Measina Treasures of Samoa gives back to the Samoan community by selling products made by Samoans, promoting Samoan businesses in our blogs and offering educational programs sharing Samoan culture. Details: https://measinasamoa.com.au/
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Take your fitness regime to another level with Clubbercise at Point Cook Community Centre every Thursday from 7.30-8.15pm. Participants will be given a set of flashing LED glow sticks in a darkened room with disco lights. Work up a sweat to club anthems from ’90s classics and the latest club hits. The routines are a mix of dance, toning and combat, are easy-to-follow and always have high or low impact options. Cost is $15 per class. ■ 0450 000 133
Play melodies and harmonies on the humble ukulele at the next meeting of the Classical Ukulele Ensemble on Saturday June 22 at 49 Watton Street in Werribee between 2.30-3.30pm. All experience levels can play alongside each other because each piece has a simple, intermediate and a difficult part. Rehearsal material provided. ■ email@example.com
Werribee and District Collectable Vehicle Club will conduct its monthly Casual Sunday Morning Meet on Sunday, June 30, 9am-noon at Cherry Street carpark. See the classic cars, chat with car enthusiasts, and get coffee or breakfast. Entry is free.
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The Peace Choir Project is open for all members of the Wyndham community and will perform at concerts at the International Singing Festival and at the Refugee Week event. The choir is free and open to everyone. ■ 9742 4013
Werribee Community Singers
The Werribee Community Singers is a social singing group that meets on Wednesdays during the school term from 7-9pm at room 3, Central Community Centre, Lonsdale Circuit, Hoppers Crossing. ■ 0407 493 065
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Breakthrough: ICE education for families forum will cover key issues about ice, its effects and strategies for dealing with the ice user and access to support and resources. Community members and families are invited to the next forum at Anglicare, Level 1, 24 Watton Street on Friday June 21 from 1-3pm. ■ breakthroughforfamilies.com
The Werribee Blood Donor Centre at 7
Bridge Street, Werribee, is now open on Saturdays from 9am-4pm. ■ 13 14 95 or www.donateblood.com.au
The WynDeaf support group, for the deaf and hard of hearing, their families and friends, meets on the first and third Monday of each month at Cafe QB in Werribee. The group encourages friendship and support, learning and crafts in a safe space. ■ 0490 453 287
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CONSIDER THE SAUCE Kenny Weir gives the thumbs up to an old favourite’s revamp The many shoulder-to-shoulder eating houses of Footscray are forever in a state of flux. Old ones close, new ones open, stayers are overhauled, new names and a lick of paint are applied to the tired – and some disappear forever. It’s a fascinating cycle, one experienced – often subliminally – by anyone who spends time there. And so it is that our fave pho joint has had a makeover. We’ve always favoured Hien Vuong Pasteur – for the high quality of its food, but also because it’s a smallish family operation that can be relied upon to always have a seat or table to spare. So in some ways we’re sad to see its old-school formica/utilitarian/white classic pho house appearance give way to something hipper. But in truth the revamp here has been done with more class than most in this neighbourhood – it’s stylish and welcoming, a central high table with stools surrounded by orthodox tabling. And it appears to be working! On both our recent visits, the place has been bustling. And the food? Well that hasn’t changed – still top-shelf pho house classics, including superb medium pho with sliced chicken and beef ($12). Like most of its kind, Hien Vuong Pasteur has a smallish range of more exotic dishes, including bo kho (beef stew, $12).
HIEN VUONG PASTEUR Address: 164 Hopkins Street, Footscray Phone: 9687 9698 This one – served with both egg and rice noodles at my request – is a bit different from others in the west, in that the beef pieces are smaller and there are no bones. But the keys, as always with this dish, are the soup/broth (very good) and the carrot. The carrot is invariably in big chunks – and hopefully holding together yet on the verge of disintegration. As is the case here!
Kenny Weir is the founder of Consider the Sauce, the definitive guide to eating in Melbourne’s western suburbs – www.considerthesauce.net
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Empress apartments will be a stunning addition to Williamstown. (Artist’s impression supplied)
Empress weighs anchor at Williamstown Empress, a stunning building with 60 apartments, is set to take shape in Waterline Place where bayside life couples with a wonderful village feel, writes Carole Levy. In the reliable hands of AVJennings as developer, Empress salutes Williamstown’s maritime history in a collection of large-scale residences designed by Elenberg Fraser, a name highly respected in the architecture game. Elenberg Fraser principal architect Caleb Smith explains how Empress’ structure was inspired by, and reflects, its site. “The sculptural form of Empress reflects the nautical heritage of Williamstown, with profiled corners inspired by the classic bow-wave of the ships slicing through the water,” he says. “The horizontal profiles of the upper storeys
give the building a lightness while reducing glare within the interior spaces.” The Empress name is also attached to history. Once a popular Williamstown theatre in the first half of the 20th century, the original Empress began as an open-air cinema in 1907. Today’s Empress, with two and three-bedroom apartments, celebrates outdoor life as well, with a fab rooftop terrace/garden with seating, barbecue, and spectacular views out to sea, the city lights and over a checkerboard of rooftops. Also, every residence has a generous terrace to step out and take in the sea breezes.
While communal life has been considered, Empress has a subtle feel of exclusivity, too. Corridor lengths are reduced so that only four apartments share the lobby on each floor. This creates the intimacy of a micro community The beautiful apartments, with a choice of light and darker colour palettes, come with top-notch Smeg appliances, and natural stone benches are an option. Perched between Nelson Place dining precinct and Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park, Empress has the best of Williamstown at the door. The train station is seven minutes by foot,
and three schools and two childcare centres are around 10 minutes. Many sporting clubs are within easy reach, Melbourne CBD is about 14 kilometres away, and a ferry close by provides scenic trips across the bay to the city. The sales office and display kitchen for Empress apartments is on the corner of Nelson Place and Ann Street, Williamstown. Opens 12 noon-5pm daily. Inquiries: 13 18 78
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TARNEIT 11 Scarborough Court, 3029 YPA Estate Agents Wyndham City: 9741 7777 Step inside this residence, with its imposing Neo-Georgian architectural style, and it certainly delivers on its kerbside promise of grandeur and extravagant space. Three discrete living areas and up to five bedrooms substantially contribute to freedom of indoor flow, and each large room is stamped with a decor elegance that conforms to the overarching style. A long, wide hallway, laid with polished floorboards, kicks off the journey through to the tri-zone living hub at the back. Along the way, it passes an open lounge room that has the same traditional window 30 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 19, 2019
Price: $1.05 million – $1.1 million
treatment as all through. Across the way, a carpeted study behind double doors has a closet, plus sole access to a smaller neighbouring room that could serve as wine/valuables storage space. Farther on, other double doors usher in a nifty theatre room, where cinematic wall sconces, and carpet colour-matched with bold red wall paint, set the mood for wine and cheese … OK, popcorn and choc-top. And there’s a handily placed powder room across the hall, behind the stairs. Within the expansive family-meals area, the polished kitchen puts on an
all-white show with lashings of storage, a Caesarstone-topped island bench, walk-in pantry and all the mod-cons. The laundry, tucked behind, has lavish storage and bench space. Four fitted bedrooms (ceiling fans in all), the big main bathroom and a powder room gather around the upstairs carpeted living area. A fab fully fitted dressing room is a main bedroom highlight, while the roomy twin-basin en suite has a spa. Outdoors, the covered alfresco area matches the house for proportion, while the back lawn carves out play and project
space from the 1000-square-metre block. Double glazing all through, and ducted heating and refrigerated cooling with eight-zone set-up provide effective climate-busting, while security is enhanced via a dual-zone alarm system and eight CCTV cameras covering all angles. The desirable property, with water tank and drive-through double garage (with powder room), is within a three-minute walk of Thomas Carr and Baden Powell P-9 colleges and Wyndham Village shopping. Carole Levy
WYNDHAM VALE 11 Oxley Court, 3024
WERRIBEE 2/56 Russell Street, 3030
First National Westwood: 9742 5555
First National Westwood: 9742 5555
Price: Contact agent
Price: $355,000 – $385,000
Within a short stroll of Presidents Park, this residence is on about 615 square metres with subdivision potential, STCA. Fresh and very neat, the house has three bedrooms with built-in robes, as well as ceiling fans. They share a separate toilet, and a spacious two-way bathroom with modern vanity. Entry, under a double carport, is directly into expansive lounge and dining areas, with the kitchen incorporated towards the back. A split-system, a wall gas heater and ceiling fan are in the lounge room, which has soft-grey carpet to match wall paint. The kitchen (with laundry tucked behind) has plenty of storage and bench space, as well as a gas upright cooker. There’s a massive pergola with concrete underfoot that extends down to a large workshop/garage. Solar power and attic storage are also on board.
On the ever-popular south side of town, this well-presented unit is within walking distance of four schools and three minutes by car from Princes Freeway entry, while eateries and boutiques in Watton Street are a short stroll away. Entry is directly into a spacious living room, carpeted for comfort in the sitting area. The kitchen, tucked to the side, has plenty of cupboards and bench space, a wide fridge recess and wall oven and gas cooktop. A door from here opens to a hallway, along which are two good-sized fitted bedrooms. The fresh bathroom, separate toilet and laundry are across the way. Included are a split-system, new grey carpet, security doors and window furnishings and flyscreens. The property also has a sizeable and very neat backyard with storage shed, as well as a carport and extra off-street parking.
WERRIBEE 4 Rubicon Place, 3030 YPA Estate Agents Wyndham City: 9741 7777
Price: Contact agent
All a-sparkle and ready for new owners to move in and relax, this modern abode, with its excellent south-side location, will hold much appeal for young families. It’s within a walk of Mackillop Catholic and Werribee Secondary colleges, Corpus Christi and Werribee primary schools and the station, while freeway access is also within easy reach. The house has the desirable colour palette of greys and white, with mid-grey roller blinds, attractive floor tiles, grey carpet, and matte floor planks in all bedrooms. Everything is light, bright and beautifully presented. The three bedrooms are at the back of the house. Each has a built-in robe and share a chic bathroom with walk-in shower, floating vanity unit and a contemporary rectangular tub. The toilet is separate. Flowing from the entry hall in an open-plan layout is the dual-zone living hub, with carpeted sitting area and tiled meals space. White cabinetry and splashback tiles contrast with charcoal stone benches in the kitchen, and a french-door pantry, a 900mm cooker and a dishwasher are on deck as well. Downlights, split-system and Rinnai HWS are included. An expanse of grey concrete, partly under shadesail, is big enough to accommodate a large family gathering, while the backyard has a storage shed in the corner. A side gate allows access to a three-car workshop/garage with three-metre roller door to allow caravan entry. 31 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 19, 2019
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Werribee 21 River Run Drive
Radiating With Character And Charm, Minutes From Werribee River! • Positioned on approximately 714m2 of land • Four spacious bedrooms with built-in robes • Master suite with spa ensuite & expansive walk-in robe • Separate study upon entry with built-in cabinetry • Massive kitchen with quality fittings • Open plan kitchen/meals and family living arrangement
YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee
• Formal lounge with gas log fireplace, enclosed theatre room • Solid timber flooring throughout • Enclosed alfresco/ entertaining area with pergola space • Inground solar heated pool • Landscaped gardens front and back • Evaporative cooling, ducted heating
Private Sale $860,000 - $925,000 Inspect
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Tarneit 1/24 Billabong Crescent
Large Low Maintenance Townhouse, Walk To Werribee River! • Walking distance to Werribee River walking tracks • Only a short drive to Pacific Werribee & freeway access • Only 7 years old • Three spacious bedrooms with built-in robes • Master bedroom with large walk-in robe and ensuite • Separate study
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• Kitchen/meals and family living arrangement • Kitchen boasts SS appliances, dishwasher & walk-in pantry • Central upstairs bathroom, downstairs powder room • Decked outdoor entertaining area • Single lock-up garage with internal access • Split system cooling, ducted heating
Private Sale $420,000 - $450,000 Inspect
Thurs 5.20-5.40pm & Sat 2-2.20pm Photo ID required
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Werribee 50 High Street A Contemporary, Character Filled Home! • Beautifully updated & much loved family residence • Walking distance to Werribee CBD • Only minutes to freeway access • Sitting on a large allotment of approximately 697m2 • Three spacious bedrooms (two with built-in robes) • Study nook • Open plan kitchen and family living space • Kitchen with stunning timber benchtops • Quality stainless steel appliances and dishwasher • Formal dining room • Central renovated bathroom • Polished timber floor boards throughout • Stunning gardens front and back • A large decked area upon entry • Potential for future redevelopment (STCA) • Four-car garage with unrestricted side access • Reverse cycle split system • Downlights & alarm system
Private Sale $530,000 - $560,000 Inspect
Wed 6.40-7pm & Sat 12.40-1pm Photo ID required
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Tarneit 70 Rippleside Terrace Contemporary Living In Tranquil Location • An impeccably presented townhouse • In a peaceful and convenient location • Very short drive to Tarneit Central shopping centre • Tarneit train station also close by • Three spacious bedrooms • Master suite with ensuite, mirrored BIRs & a balcony • Central upstairs bathroom & powder room downstairs • Open plan kitchen/meals and living area • Kitchen boasts quality stainless steel appliances • Beautiful stone benchtops • Plenty of cupboard & storage space • Additional study area upon entry • Reverse cycle split systems throughout • Single remote garage with internal access • Private outdoor entertaining area
Saturday 13th July at 12pm
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Werribee 3 Gladstone Place Centrally Located On The “South Side” • Perfect investment opportunity • Currently returning a generous sum of $1,516pcm • Opportunity to extend the current lease • Prestigious “south side” living • Short walk 650m (approx) to Werribee train station • Direct freeway access from Princes Highway • Two extremely well sized master bedrooms • Both with built-in desk space • Two extra powder rooms • Two split systems, one on each level • Provisions for upstairs kitchen • Stone benchtops, dishwasher • Balcony • Walk-in robe to the upstairs master bedroom
Private Sale $450,000 - $490,000 Inspect
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Werribee 5 Gladstone Place Throw Away The Car Keys! • Perfectly positioned in the Werribee activity centre • Work from home, reside, or lease out and enjoy life • Short walk 650m (approx) to Werribee train station • Woolworths under 600m (approx) • Direct freeway access from the Princes Highway • Get into the City in just over 30 minutes • Two extremely well sized master bedrooms • Both with built-in desk space • Two split systems, one on each level • Provisions for upstairs kitchen • Stone benchtops • Dishwasher • Balcony • Walk-in robe to the upstairs master bedroom
Private Sale $450,000 - $490,000
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Hoppers Crossing 32 Golden Square Crescent
Exciting Find In Central Hoppers Crossing • Three bedrooms, spacious lounge • Kitchen, meals & potential 2nd living • Master suite with ensuite & WIRs • Huge double sized “Stratco” carport • Pergola for undercover entertaining • Situated on approximately 530m2
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First Home Buyers And Investors Alike! • Brand new townhouse • Prestigious “South Side” of Werribee • Generous living on the first floor • Two generous bedrooms plus study • Central bathroom & powder room • Remote lock-up garage
• Situated on approximately 520m2 • Three bedrooms with built-in robes • Renovated central bathroom • Kitchen/meals & family living area • Oversized single garage on remote • Securely leased at $1586pcm
Private Sale $485,000 - $515,000 Inspect
Sat 12-12.20pm Photo ID required
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Werribee 19 Morgan Crescent
Showcase Stunning Home - Paramount Location!
Private Sale $385,000 - $415,000 Inspect
Thurs 5.40-6pm & Sat 3-3.20pm Photo ID required
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YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee
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Private Sale $480,000 - $510,000
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• 3 fitted BRs, master with ens & WIR • Open plan family meals arrangement • Superb kitchen with stone benches • Ducted heating, split system A/C • Double remote garage • An amazing tiled alfresco
Private Sale $500,000 - $530,000 Inspect
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SCOREBOARD Q FOOTBALL VFL ROUND 11 RICHMOND 4.4 8.5 13.10 18.15 (123) COBURG 0.0 3.2 3.3 6.3 (39) Goals: Richmond: Townsend T 5 Nelson 3 Ballard 2 Collier-Dawkins 2 Weller 2 Street Bolton Coleman-Jones Credlin. Coburg: McEvoy 2 Stroobants Bunker Dickson Baker. Best: Richmond: Bolton Townsend T CollierDawkins Weller Harris Eggmolesse-Smith. Coburg: Exon Lever Weightman Murphy Bunker Guthrie. At Holm Park Recreation Reserve. FOOTSCRA FOOTSCRAY 3.5 7.17 10.18 17.19 (121) NORTHERN 3.2 4.2 8.4 10.7 (67) Goals: Footscray: William 3 Scott 2 Sweet 2 Cavarra 2 Schache 2 West 2 Prudden Sullivan Hayes Duryea. Northern: Owies 5 Silvagni 3 Fasolo O’Dwyer. Best: Footscray: Duryea Scott Prudden Schache Richards Wallis. Northern: Owies Cottrell Silvagni Kennedy Lang Goddard At IKON Park. ESSENDON 4.3 6.4 8.7 10.11 (71) BOX HILL 4.2 6.2 8.5 9.7 (61) Goals: Essendon: Houlahan 2 Lazzaro 2 Brown 2 Mosquito Myers Hocking Snelling. Box Hill: Ross 4 Lewis 2 Boucher Meadows Nash. Best: Essendon: Dea Myers Mynott Zerk-Thatcher Gleeson Lazzaro. Box Hill: Morrison Pittonet Schoenmakers Miles Mirra Ross. At Windy Hill. FRANKSTON 2.2 10.4 13.7 16.14 (110) NTH MELBOURNE 1.4 4.5 5.8 8.12 (60) Goals: Frankston: Zijai 3 Rich 3 Newman 2 Schmidt 2 Kingsbury 2 Harnett Williams Jarnestrom Lok. North Melbourne: Morrison 2 Ugle 2 Campbell Xerri Morgan Hosie. Best: Frankston: Diggle Fordham Ferreira Freeman Harnett Styles. North Melbourne: Campbell McKay Holmes Robinson Leonardis T Taylor . At Skybus Stadium. WERRIBEE 2.2 8.4 8.7 13.9 (87) SANDRINGHAM 5.3 5.4 7.7 9.9 (63) Goals: Werribee: Riccardi 3 Barlow 3 Declase 2 Gribble Hebron Clayton Malual Maishman. Sandringham: Young Y 2 Answerth Rice Fox Hille Haidon Clavarino King. Best: Werribee: Hebron Gribble Coughlan Barlow Riccardi Berry. Sandringham: Paton Long Rice Joyce Langlands Tahana. T At Wilsons Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval. PT MELBOURNE 3.1 5.3 8.10 10.14 (74) WILLIAMSTOWN 2.6 3.11 5.11 10.14 (74) Goals: Port Melbourne: Phillips 2 Conway 2 O’Sullivan Johnstone Lange Templeton T Wooffindin Lisle. Williamstown: Ottavi 2 Rodda 2 Marcon Henderson Thorpe Pongracic Martyn Wheeler. Best: Port Melbourne: Lange Templeton T O’Sullivan Searle Beasley Walker. Williamstown: Hunt Myers Meese Greiser Tippett Martyn. At Adcon Stadium.
VFL VFLW ROUND 6 CARL CARLTON 1.1 1.3 1.5 3.8 (26) WESTERN 0.3 0.4 0.4 1.4 (10) Goals: Carlton: Hosking Plane Bromage. Western: Sandral. Best: Carlton: Woods Bromage Neill Hosking Hosking Stevens. Western: Gavalas McLeod Ruedin Bibby Blackburn Lamb. At IKON Park.
HA HAWTHORN 3.3 7.4 8.7 8.8 (56) ESSENDON 1.0 1.0 2.1 3.2 (20) Goals: Hawthorn: Flanagan 3 McWilliams Dillon Membrey Beeson Hutchins. Essendon: Wilson 2 Stassi. Best: Hawthorn: Peschke Flanagan McWilliams Dillon Beeson Dyett. Essendon: Heil Wilson McIntosh Ahrens Audley Stepnell. At Windy Hill. COLLINGWOOD 4.3 7.5 7.10 11.13 (79) DAREBIN 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals: Collingwood: Molloy 5 Lambert 4 Lynch L Davey. Best: Darebin: Pearce Colvin Patterson LawsonTavan Arnell Hicks. Collingwood: Molloy Lambert Davey Layton Curley Blecher. At Preston City Oval. RICHMOND 0.2 3.4 5.6 7.7 (49) NT 1.5 2.7 3.8 3.10 (28) Goals: Richmond: Wakefield 2 Brennan 2 Stahl Paterno Colwell. NT: Foley 2 Ponter. Best: Richmond: Seymour Brennan McLaren Miller Colwell Stahl. NT: Thorn Martin Riley Johnston Streader Irvine. At TIO Stadium. SOUTHERN 1.2 1.3 4.7 6.13 (49) MELBOURNE UNI 1.2 2.2 2.2 3.3 (21) Goals: Southern: Greiser 2 Shierlaw 2 Vogt Owen. Melbourne Uni: Muller Gillespie-Jones Garner. Best: Southern: Olsen Vesely Ryan Shierlaw Fitzpatrick O’Neill. Melbourne Uni: GillespieJones Runnalls Garner Angelis Bruton Gibson. At Wilsons Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval.
WESTERN REGION DIV 1 SPOTSWOOD 8.2 14.9 18.19 27.24 (186) POINT COOK 0.1 1.3 1.3 1.4 (10) Goals: Spotswood: M Coleman 7 C Nastasi 5 B Hodgson 3 S Harvey 2 J McInerney 2 Z Busuttil B Norton J Boyd D Iaccarino J Dimkovski J Marks C Bettiol S O’Bryan. Point Cook: Details unavailable. Best: Spotswood: Details unavailable. Point Cook: Details unavailable. ST ALBANS 4.2 6.5 10.11 16.12 (108) DEER PARK 4.2 5.6 6.8 11.8 (74) Goals: St Albans: T Jenkins 4 A Asani 3 A Longo 2 S Smith 2 C Pepi B Said A Elkasovic D Karamoshos T Stewart. Deer Park: J Perkins 3 J Purton-Smith 2 J Mills R Van Riet W Krithararis J Redpath K McHarg M Galea. Best: St Albans: D Kovacevic J Trowsdale M Pickering J Tuppen T Donoghue T Jenkins. Deer Park: Details unavailable. HOPPERS CROSS. 4.5 6.8 8.15 11.20 (86) SUNSHINE 2.2 6.3 7.6 8.6 (54) Goals: Hoppers Crossing: D Strnak 4 R Kitchen 2 J Viola 2 M Dibb R Fisher B Payne. Sunshine: F Brancatisano 2 C Holdsworth 2 D Castellano B McInneny D Glowacki L Smart. Best: Hoppers Crossing: C Muscat E Henley L McMahon B Ferrari N Williams C Guy. Sunshine: J Allan F Brancatisano D Moloney L Smart D Fedley T Magee. Res: Altona 43.13 d Albion 2.2, Spotswood 20.20 d Point Cook 2.3, Werribee Districts 5.15 d Caroline Springs 4.8, Hoppers Crossing 18.14 d Sunshine 2.4. DIV 2 POINT COOK CENT. 2.2 5.5 9.8 13.9 (87) WEST FOOTSCRA FOOTSCRAY 0.1 2.6 6.8 8.12 (60) Goals: Point Cook Centrals: Details unavailable. West Footscray: D McCallum 5 K Liossis K Kenny-Jones D Ismail.
Best: Point Cook Centrals: Details unavailable. West Footscray: S Kelland K Kenny-Jones T Bray C Buchanan B Quinn M Nolton. Res: Parkside 13.11 d Newport 5.6, Point Cook Centrals 9.13 d West Footscray 4.4, Yarraville Seddon Eagles 9.12 d Wyndhamvale 6.2, North Footscray 20.13 d Manor Lakes 0.1. DIV 3 BRA BRAYBROOK 3.3 6.5 11.7 14.10 (94) T TARNEIT 2.2 7.5 11.6 14.7 (91) Goals: Braybrook: P Cutajar-Milosev 6 N Gregson 4 R Howell 2 M Motta N Smith. Tarneit: T T Long 3 A Miriklis 2 C Benson 2 J Redfern 2 T Weybury 2 J Pountney T Lawrie J Zangari. Best: Braybrook: A O’Rafferty M Reardon T Stoneham M Motta R Howell N Calleja. Tarneit: T L Price T Lawrie N Halapio T Robertson T Long T Weybury. LA LAVERTON 6.1 7.3 14.8 18.11 (119) NTH SUNSHINE 2.2 8.4 8.4 14.5 (89) Goals: Laverton: M Lindsey 7 H Duczek 2 M Lawry 2 J Matthews J Leckey R Mulroy M Hatzigiakoumis G Walsh A Latif B Nazifovski. North Sunshine: Details unavailable. Best: Laverton: M Lindsey D Carabott B Lawry H Duczek M Lawry M Hurst. North Sunshine: Details unavailable. Res: Tarneit T 13.9 d Braybrook 9.6, Glen Orden 18.16 d Wyndham Suns 4.6, Albanvale 9.9 d Sunshine Heights 8.4, Laverton 26.18 d North Sunshine 3.4. U-18: Hoppers Crossing 18.9 (117) d Sunshine 6.7, Caroline Springs 20.13 d Werribee Districts (2) 5.5 (35), Spotswood 19.15 d Point Cook 8.5, Altona 14.10 d Yarraville Seddon Eagles 3.3. WOMEN BRA BRAYBROOK 0.2 0.4 2.5 4.7 (31) T TARNEIT 2.1 2.1 3.1 3.1 (19) Details unavailable. CAROLINE SPRINGS 1.2 7.4 8.5 11.5 (71) YARRA YARRA ARRAVILLE VILLE SED. 0.2 0.3 1.4 1.4 (10) Goals: Caroline Springs: A Fato 4 C Pretty 2 J Wilson C Whiley S Murray K Hildred K Raymundo. Y Yarraville Seddon Eagles: T Mangion. Best: Caroline Springs: K Raymundo M Fenech A Fato C Jansen L Eustace A Ellis. Yarraville Y Seddon Eagles: M Thompson-Allan H Clarke D Abela K Vanderwolf C Lazzaro B Cedelland. SPOTSWOOD 4.6 7.9 10.12 12.12 (84) POINT COOK 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.2 (2) Goals: Spotswood: C Brennan 4 K Koropeckyj 3 S Georgas G Incigneri K Pollard T Wright C MyorsMoore. Point Cook: Details unavailable. Best: Spotswood: J McClurg S Truman T Wright F Holzer C Brennan F Whelan. Point Cook: Details unavailable.
VAFA PREMIER C MAZENOD 2.3 6.7 8.12 11.14 (80) OLD IV IVANHOE 2.1 3.4 5.9 7.13 (55) Goals: Mazenod: M D’Angelo 2 B Kovac 2 C Martino 2 D Regan J Muling L Welsford J Sullivan N Peck. Old Ivanhoe Grammarians: J Welham 3 W Nagel W Gough R Skok O McIntyre. Best: Mazenod: J Sullivan J Muling N Peck M D’Angelo A Tellis T M Rice. Old Ivanhoe Grammarians: W Gough S Gibbs B Lee M Jones T Crouch J Powell.
OLD MENTONIANS 6.3 9.6 12.11 14.15 (99) OLD CAMBERWELL 0.3 3.5 4.7 5.9 (39) Goals: Old Mentonians: L Boyd 7 L Hull T McCarthy A Cross K Conlon M Rothberg J Brazionis S Roberts. Old Camberwell Grammarians: S Kaiser 4 D McColl. Best: Old Mentonians: B Nicoll C Edgeworth S MacPherson L Boyd D Brown T McCarthy. Old Camberwell Grammarians: D McColl F Wells T Oliver N Latsas S Kaiser O Lloyd. MARCELLIN OC 2.3 8.4 12.5 16.6 (102) ORMOND 1.7 5.8 7.11 8.14 (62) Goals: Marcellin OC: A Tomaro T 4 D Mc Mahon 4 J Green 2 M De Luca A Kay M Capetola A Viney J Antypas B Wiggins. Ormond: H Bingham 2 E Hanley T Steele M Hine T Hine J Landman S Mason. Best: Marcellin OC: R McKenzie P Howe A Tomaro T A Viney D Mc Mahon J James. Ormond: E Hanley O Persson M Oaten J Lever L Gogis T Hine. AJAX 4.3 6.9 7.13 16.15 (111) PEGS FC 1.2 3.5 6.8 10.10 (70) Goals: Ajax: J Lew 5 B Joel 3 J Velleman 3 S Fayman 2 J Berkowitz C Nankin B Caplan. PEGS Football Club: A Accadia 2 J Erougian 2 A Frazer 2 D Flaherty 2 D Belia T Skurrie. Best: Ajax: A Burstin B Caplan B Joel N Lewis B Krongold D Paltiel. PEGS Football Club: T Riley J Mckernan D Flaherty M Philpot C Livori Z Genovesi. WILLIAMSTOWN 2.6 4.9 12.12 14.16 (100) HAMPTON ROVERS 3.3 5.7 6.9 7.11 (53) Goals: Williamstown CYMS: N Ebinger 6 J Gray 2 L Fairley 2 M Parkinson J Lloyd N Blackney D Jones. Hampton Rovers: J Gray 2 J Prosser H McIntyre M Rieniets T Jones C Miles. Best: Williamstown CYMS: Y Hemphill R Chan N Ebinger J Gialamatzis T Johnstone D Jones. Hampton Rovers: J Broadley J Prosser S Ebbott T Jones A Folino B Kneebush. P Williamstown 9 Ormond 9 Old Mentonians 9 Old Ivanhoe 9 Marcellin OC 9 Mazenod 9 Hampton 9 Ajax 9 Old Camberwell 9 PEGS FC 9
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LADDER L D For 0 0 932 3 0 776 3 0 678 4 0 829 4 0 790 5 0 718 5 0 682 6 0 676 7 0 537 8 0 591
Agst % 515 180.97 768 101.04 678 100.00 644 128.73 688 114.83 678 105.90 795 85.79 688 98.26 819 65.57 936 63.14
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DIV 3 AQUINAS 4.3 8.6 14.11 20.15 (135) WESTBOURNE 2.1 5.3 7.4 8.7 (55) Goals: Aquinas: M Cardamone 6 J Robertson 5 J Reid 3 B O’Loughlin 2 A Naulty R Foster R Fisher A Mattioli. Westbourne Grammarians: S Wintle 3 A Rompel 2 R Coy 2 D Carroll-Hughes. Best: Aquinas: R Fisher B O’Loughlin J Sund J Robertson M O’Malley H Judge. Westbourne Grammarians: C Hudson P Hudson A Imber W Soonalole R Coy A Rompel. MANNINGHAM 5.5 9.11 14.13 18.13 (121) PARKSIDE FC 1.0 1.2 2.5 4.6 (30) Goals: Manningham Cobras AFC: A Sukkel 4 K Maghamez 4 M Muller 3 A Kinniburgh M Parkes R Saunders A Raso J Stephens J Croxford B Arnold. Parkside Football Club: L Logozzo 2 S Gilfedder S Logozzo. Best: Manningham Cobras AFC: F O’Dowd A Kinniburgh T Bell J Stephens A Sukkel L Morris. Parkside Football Club: K Howes J Friel A Gargano L Jacob I Romano A Wells.
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The Mark Williams-coached side is producing a style of football that is both By By Lance Jenkinson Lance pleasing onJenkinson the eye and getting results, By Lance marching toJenkinson its third-straight win on Werribee Werribee Tigers coach John Lamont Werribeeproduced producedwhat whatitithad hadyearned yearned Werribee Tigers coach John Lamont Sunday. forformost ofofthe season ––what aaconsistent was apprehensive leading into Sunday’s Werribee produced it had yearned Werribee Tigers coach John Lamont most the season consistent was apprehensive leading into Sunday’s First and foremost, Werribee is four-quarter historic final game ofleading thethe season against for most ofperformance. the season – a consistent was apprehensive into that Sunday’s four-quarter performance. historic final game of season against defensively sound, a component is The Tigers answered numerous Sandringham. four-quarter performance. historic final game of the season against The Tigers answered numerouschallenges challenges Sandringham. underpinning its current winning streak. the Zebras, leading ItSandringham. was a dead rubber game forfor the Tigers The answered numerous challenges from theTigers Zebras, leadingat atevery everychange change It was a dead rubber game the Tigers from Putting the clamps on its opposition, and claiming a seventh win for the season. with VFL finals out of the equation, but from the Zebras, leading at every change It was a dead rubber game for the Tigers and claiming a seventh win for the season. with VFL out of the equation, Werribee hasfinals conceded a mere 50.33but Key Porter and midfielder it was also billed as one of the biggest and claiming a seventh the season. with finals out of the equation, but Keyforward forwardJosh Josh Porterwin andfor midfielder it was also billed as one of the biggest points aVFL game in its past three matches. Joe Maishman saved their best last. days in the club’s history – the last game Key forward Josh Porter and midfielder it was also billed as one of the biggest Joe Maishman saved their bestuntil until last. days in the club’s history – the last Werribee onballer Tom Gribble saidgame “They probably had their best games of at days the Watton Street ground inthe itsits current Joe Maishman saved their best until last. in the club’s history – last game “They probably had their best games of at the Watton Street ground in current his side’s team defence was a feature in the year,” Lamont said. “They were real format before it is transformed into acurrent “They probably had their best games of at the Watton Street ground in its the year,” Lamont said. “They were real format before it is transformed into a the come-from-behind 24-point win over stand-outs for us, those two boys.” state-of-the-art venue to to serve coming the year,” Lamont said. “They were real format before it is transformed into a stand-outs for us, those two boys.” state-of-the-art venue serve coming Sandringham at Trevor Barker Beach Oval Porter point for Werribee’s generations. stand-outs for us, those two venue to serve coming Porterwas wasthe thefocal focal point forboys.” Werribee’s generations. onstate-of-the-art Sunday. attack. He goals and the Throughout a tough season – one that Porter was thetwo focal point forwas Werribee’s generations. attack. Hekicked kicked two goals and was the Throughout a tough season –toone It was a key factor in bringing an that end conduit between midfield and goal. began with thethe expectation of of finals before attack. He kicked two goals and was the conduit between midfield and goal. Throughout a tough season – one that began with expectation finals before a five-year drought for Werribee on its visits Maishman’s explosiveness through the petering out tothe anan 11th-place finish asasbefore Maishman’s explosiveness through the petering out to 11th-place finish conduit between midfield and goal. began with expectation of finals to the venue. ofofthe had of injuries andand form wreaked havoc middle theground ground hadthe theeyes eyes ofthe the injuries form slumps wreaked havoc Maishman’s explosiveness through the petering out to slumps an 11th-place finish as – – middle “The defenders have been absolutely forwards lighting up. had the eyes of the lighting up. Lamont maintained the players had forthe the– forwards Lamont maintained the players had for middle of the ground injuries and form slumps wreaked havoc immense, but it’s not just a six-person RyanClarke Clarke consistently foundthe theball ball most part played with spirit and that morale Ryan consistently found most part played with spirit and that morale forwards lighting up. Lamont maintained thing,” Gribble said. the players had for the and played hisway way intothe theminds minds ofthe theball remained high. and played his into of the remained high. Ryan Clarke consistently found most part played with spirit and that morale “The game has developed into an he North Melbourne selectors forminds theAFL AFL Even Lamont was wincing when North for the Even Lamont was wincing when he and Melbourne played his selectors way into the of the remained high. 18-man defence, so I think it has been finals. Robin Nahaswas wasdangerous dangerous around checked the AFL results from Saturday, finals. Robin Nahas around checked the AFL results from Saturday, North Melbourne selectors for the AFL Even Lamont was wincing when he a collective effort in terms of forwards goal withRobin threemajors, majors,was while youngkey key seeing Melbourne and Richmond, both goal with three while young seeing Melbourne and Richmond, both finals. Nahas dangerous around checked AFL results Saturday, working up the the ground and from defending really forward Ben McKay jagged two. sides with little but pride to play for, on the forward Ben McKay jagged two. sides with little but pride to play for, on the goal with three majors, while young key seeing Melbourne and Richmond, both hard …ofthen working hard towards goal. Itended endedBen apositive positive note,but butthe the2016 2016 end 100-plus point losses. ononaMcKay note, endsides of 100-plus point losses. jagged two. with little but pride toteams play for, on the Itforward “We’re one of the stingiest in the season willbe be remembered asone one that was Lamont wondered what mindsetofof season will remembered as that was Lamont wondered what thethe mindset It ended on a positive note, but the 2016 end of 100-plus point losses. comp players in regards to points against – so it’s Werribee midfielder Tom Gribble releases the ball just in time. (Belinda Vitacca/Werribee FC) unfulfilled forWerribee. Werribee. would when he arrived unfulfilled for hishis players would bebe when hethe arrived atat of season will be remembered as one that was Lamont wondered what mindset credit to everyone.” “Thewhole whole year hasslipped slippedby byand andwe we Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday morning, “The year has Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday morning, unfulfilled for Werribee. his players would be when he arrived at teams at gotten the moment. Maybe it’s thetoway Ifknowing the foundation offour Werribee’s winning Gribble was the standout Werribee Gribble said. “Particularly with the way we haven’t where we wanted go,” they were quarters awayfrom from haven’t gotten toto where wanted go,” knowing they were four quarters away “The whole year haswe slipped bytoand we Airport on Sunday morning, challenge teams with our ball movement. runAvalon is defence, itsOval ability to control the play we midfielder with 35 possessions and a goal, move the ball [into the forward line]. Lamont said. the end of a long, tough campaign. said. theknowing end of athey long, tough haven’t gotten to where we wanted fourcampaign. quarters away from Lamont “We make thethere teams defend us Lamont a lotto go,” with To ballLamont’s in handwere is complementing itwere well. while Michael Sodomaco’s 33 disposals “It’s not focused on one main target. Meanwhile, no restfor for delight, players Meanwhile, there isisno rest Lamont To Lamont’s delight, hishis players were upup Lamont said. the end of a long, tough campaign. more. Werribee seems toclaiming be able ato20-point run out win were damaging. Everyone is involved, so we’re a pretty and the support staff, with planning already for the challenge, support staff, already for the claiminghis a 20-point win up and the Meanwhile, there with is noaplanning rest for Lamont To challenge, Lamont’s delight, players were “When you’re defending lot more, games much better than its opposition, Michael Barlow did a bit of everything potent team at the minute, which is good.” under way for next season. The Tigers will over finals-bound Sandringham. under for next staff, season. The Tigers will over finals-bound Sandringham. and way the support with planning already Ryan Hebron was best-on-ground for the claiming a 20-point they’re struggling with their legs as for was thechallenge, case when itgroup kicked 11been win maybe on the ball, racking up 24 disposals, eight play all games on the road in 2017, with the “The morale of the has play all games onnext the season. road in 2017, with the “The morale of theSandringham. group has been under wayend for The Tigers will Werribee in the memorable win over overtofinals-bound a club bit atlooking the of games, goals four after quarter-time against tackles, six marks and three goals. secure ninewhereas “home”we’re venues terrific, even though have had a lotofof club looking totosecure nine “home” venues terrific, even though wewe have had abeen lot play all games on the road in 2017, with the Sandringham. “The morale of the group has in Watton that regard.” Sandringham. Jake Riccardi was again a focal point in away from Street. injuries and lost a lot of games of footy,” he dominant from Watton Street.nine “home” venues injuries and lostthough a lot ofwe games footy,” club looking to secure terrific, even have of had a lot he of away The other factorgames in Werribee’s Gribble attack with three goals. Hebron, who was playing as a key They are significant in talks to stage at said. believes the petrol that Werribee They are in Watton talks toStreet. stage games at said. awayform from and lost alate lot of games games offinish he strong Hoppers Crossing, Torquay and perhaps is its unpredictability. “The were really keen to the hasinjuries left inblokes the tank in is afooty,” Werribee will host Williamstown in a defender, capped his performance with a Crossing, Torquay andgames perhaps “The blokes were really keen to finish the Hoppers They are talks to stage at said. even an AFL curtain-raiser at Etihad year strongly and sending off his theteam pavilion Werribee is in blessed with depth across product of the precise football is mouth-watering western derby at Avalon rare goal. even an AFL curtain-raiser atwill Etihad year strongly and were sending off the the big pavilion Hoppers Crossing, Torquay andbeperhaps “The to finish plus Arden Street a on was oneblokes little part ofreally it butkeen part ofthe allStadium, lines and there is no dependency playing. Airport Oval on Sunday from 1pm. “He kicked a big long bomb and that Stadium, plus Arden Street will be ato North Werribee Tigers forward Josh Porter – one of the day’s stars – celebrates a goal in front of the old was one little part of it but the big part of even an AFL curtain-raiser at Etihad year strongly and sending off the pavilion logical venue given the Tigers’ it was finishing the year offreally on a positive individuals to carry big loads. ties “We’re running out games well,” Both teams enter the game with six wins certainly got the boys up and about,” logical venueplus given the Tigers’ tiesbe to North Werribee it was finishing offbut onthe a positive Tigers forward Park. Josh Porter – one of the day’s stars – celebrates a goal in front of the old Stadium, Street will was one littlethe partyear of itthat Melbourne. note.” grandstand at Chirnside (Luke Hemer) “We’re just an Arden unpredictable team,”a Gribble said.“We’ve got over abig lotpart of of and designs on breaking into the top four. Gribble said. Melbourne. note.” Chirnside Park. Hemer) logical venue given the Tigers’ ties to North grandstand it was finishing the year off on a positive Werribee at Tigers forward Josh(Luke Porter – one of the day’s stars – celebrates a goal in front of the old Melbourne. note.” grandstand at Chirnside Park. (Luke Hemer)
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Alisia Jenkins did the damage for Werribee Devils in a whirlwind 25 minutes. (Shawn Smits)
Werribee Devils handed a young and inexperienced Warrnambool Mermaids a harsh lesson in a thumping 92-35 win on the road at The Arc Sports Stadium in the Big V basketball women’s state championship on Saturday night. The Devils gained more out of the long road trip itself than the result of the top-versus-bottom clash, with the six-hour round journey on the bus bringing the team even closer together. Devils coach Reece Potter said time on the road didn’t have to be a chore. “One of the positives for the group with a trip to Warrnambool is the amount of time you spend together on the bus,” he said. “There’s that bit of team bonding you might not have on your normal home games or in greater Melbourne, where everyone drives themselves.” Against Warrnambool, Werribee was as ruthless as it has been all season.
The Devils were well in advance of the Mermaids on the scoreboard by the end of the first period, leading by 21. They led 56-13 by half-time, before Warrnambool put up some resistance in the second half to ensure the deficit did not creep too close to triple figures. Potter was sympathetic to the Mermaids, who are 0-12 and stuck at the foot of the table. “It’s good to come away with a strong result, but Warrnambool are really struggling this year,” he said. “They certainly competed and had a go, but they had a really young team on court. We were a little bit too polished for them in the end.” To keep his Werribee players engaged during the comfortable win, Potter deployed his players in shorter shifts and gave extra minutes to his depth players. The Devils also took the chance to ease the workload on the starting five, with a crucial month of basketball ahead as they try to preserve their spot at the top of the ladder.
Reds in a purple patch By Lance Jenkinson Hoppers Crossing is in the midst of a June blitz that has seen it skyrocket into third position on the Football Victoria men’s state league 2 north-west ladder. The Reds have won all three games this month to go from mid-table obscurities to the top three in a flash. Their new status as title contenders does not change the mentality of the Reds, who will not look any further forward than Saturday’s trip to Hume United. They will hit the road with a heap of momentum after a stunning 3-2 away win over Albion Rovers at Cairnlea Park on Saturday. Reds coach Shaun Barbara described it as the “biggest win of the season” – so far – because of the form of the opponent and the impact it had on the standings. “It’s crazy, this league,” he said. “You go back to three weeks ago and we were eighth or something and now we’re one point off the top spot. “At the moment, the boys are justifiably getting what they deserve, but you take nothing for granted. You’ve got to keep getting results, getting something out of games and putting the effort in. “We take it a game at a time … that’s how our mentality really is and how we’re looking at it.” Hoppers Crossing is getting the job done at both ends. The Reds have been organised defensively, conceding just three goals in the past three games. Their attack, led by the three goal scorers against Albion – Jason Hayne, Shuhei Hasegawa and Alister Smart – along with Liam McDermott, has been firing with eight goals in that three-game span. Barbara has been impressed with his players’ ability to adhere to team rules, keep to the desired shape defensively and play within themselves. “You’ve got to be able to do the simple things right and that’s what we’re doing,” Barbara said. “The basics have been spot on. “They’re doing their jobs, they know what their responsibilities are and they’re executing it as best as they can. “They’re very clear and understanding of what we have to do each week and what’s expected … they’re almost driving themselves at the moment. “There’s a really good spirit within the group and they’re pushing each other really hard.” Goalkeeper Kieron Sharratt had to make two big second-half saves to preserve the three points for Hoppers Crossing. 46 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 19, 2019
Shuhei Hasegawa scored the first of Hoppers Crossing’s three goals. (Luke Hemer)
One was a powerfully struck shot from close range he was well positioned to repel. The other saw him dive high to the right to parry the ball away from the top corner. “They were going for a big push at 3-2, which is what you would expect them to do
as the home side, but the boys were fantastic,” Barbara said. “They held their nerve, they were really disciplined and organised – and that’s what it takes when you’re playing these good teams.”
“It was three or four minute bursts at most and then a sub, so people were pretty fresh most of the time,” Potter said. Import Alisia Jenkins was outstanding for Werribee with 26 points, 14 rebounds and five assists. Jenkins compiled that impressive stat line in just 25 minutes. Sarah Elsworthy, with 14 points, and Sam Moodie, with a double-double 12 points and 10 rebounds, were other key contributors. Werribee, 11-1 and a game clear on top, will host McKinnon Cougars (5-7) at Eagle Stadium on Saturday evening. In men’s state championship, Werribee Devils were beaten in both games on a double-header weekend. The Devils were toppled 114-81 by Blackburn Vikings at Eagle Stadium on Saturday night, then went down to Hume City Broncos 126-94 away on Sunday. Lance Jenkinson
Pressure is on after West’s win West Point will have to make its run from a long way back, but all options are now up for grabs for it in the second half of the Football Victoria men’s state league 5 west season. An upset 1-0 win over ladder leader Barwon at Tom Roberts Reserve on Saturday has seen West Point move to within seven points of the top side. Jonathon Camilleri was the match-winner for West Point, scoring a last-gasp goal in the 89th minute. In men’s state league 3, Point Cook had an eruption of goals in a 6-3 win over Westvale at McKechnie Reserve on Friday night. In men’s state league 4, Truganina Hornets are in freefall on the ladder. The Hornets have lost their past three games, including a 3-1 defeat to Melbourne University last Saturday. The ninth-placed Hornets will have a strong chance to get back into the winners’ circle at home this Saturday when they entertain a Gisborne side that conceded a whopping 10 goals last start. In the NPL, Werribee City had a thrilling 2-2 draw with Geelong at Stead Park on Saturday night. The Bees have extended their lead at the top of the ladder to two points after second-placed St Albans Saints slipped up again. Carlin Feely was the star for the Bees with a double. Werribee City will host seventh-placed Brunswick City at Galvin Park on Saturday. In women’s competitions, Hoppers Crossing was much more competitive than it had been in recent weeks in state league 1. After conceding 63 goals in their previous four games, the Reds’ 3-0 loss to Preston Lions was something to build on heading into their clash with Melbourne Knights at Grange Reserve on Sunday. In state league 4, it was a goal feast for Point Cook in a 11-0 mauling of Barnstoneworth United. Melissa Naumovska, with five goals, and Regina Mariel, with three, led the charge for the Jets. West Point went down 2-1 to Kyneton District. Lance Jenkinson
Altona star is in the mix Altona Hockey Club young gun Connar Otterbach has never had a shortage of idols to model his game on. Since the age of seven, the 17-year-old has been guided by some passionate coaches at Altona, including current senior teammate Andrew Scanlon. Given his desire to make the Australian team, Otterbach has kept a close eye on the Kookaburras, the Australian men’s hockey team, in particular the playing style of former captain and defender Mark Knowles. “I play a similar position to him on the field and I’ve tried to look at what he does well to make myself a better player,” Otterbach said. Now Otterbach is taking on role model status of his own, with the Altona resident enjoying the honour of captaining Victoria’s under-18 team after being voted into the role by his peers. “When I got told I was captaining Victoria, I felt so honoured,” Otterbach said. “I’ve been around that group for at least five years now and just being able to take ownership and lead the younger players in the team was such a good role for me.”
Otterbach will feature in Victoria’s under-21 team for a second time at the national championships in Lismore next month. It is a crucial tournament for Otterbach in his bid to guide the Big V to a title and position himself for a spot in the Australian under-21 squad. Even as one of the younger members of the travelling team, Otterbach is confident of having an eye-catching tournament. “Last year, I was pretty nervous playing with the older group because I wasn’t really sure what to expect and how much better they were going to be,” Otterbach said. “As I went on with training, I was able to grow and develop my game and just felt comfortable. “I feel confident in my ability to be able to play well over there. They will pick an Australian squad from that tournament and the team will travel to Malaysia to play in an international tournament.” Otterbach is part of the Australian futures squad, which is made up of the nation’s top 30 players under the age of 18. He is also part of the emerging Victorian Vikings squad, which is full of young guns
hoping to make the Australian Hockey League team. As part of that squad, the Maribyrnong College student will be on the radar of HC Melbourne, the locally-based franchise in the Hockey One national competition. Otterbach, who describes his role as a free defender, felt like he was in a hockey wonderland when he was selected by Hockey Victoria to go on a tour of Europe earlier this year. Otterbach is the June nominee for the Don Deeble Rising Star award. The award, hosted by the Sunshine Western Region Sports Club and Star Weekly Weekly, recognises young athletes from the western suburbs who have achieved outstanding results at state and or national levels. Otterbach will receive $1000 and other prizes, donated by the Yarraville Club Cricket Club. Lance Jenkinson
Altona Hockey Club defender Connar Otterbach is one of hockey’s exciting talents in the western suburbs. (Mark Wilson)
The Storm’s Rowan Davis releases his kick just in time. (Damjan Janevski)
Samantha Winch scored twice for Werribee. (Luke Hemer)
Storm injuries take toll By Lance Jenkinson Manor Lakes is limping its way to the mid-point of the Western Region Football League division 2 season. The Storm came into the season with high hopes, but the injury toll has crippled the side in the opening eight rounds. First-year player-coach Dion Lawson is at least getting a good look at the depth of talent on the Storm list, but it is not ideal for a coach who went into the season with finals in mind. “We’ve got about 20 names on the board that are injured,” Lawson said. “Some of your top-end talent is gone, your depth is a little bit shaky and we’ve got some injuries in the twos, as well. “That’s football and you’ve got to learn to deal with it.” Manor Lakes slumped to 1-7 after a 19-point loss to North Footscray at Howqua Reserve on Saturday. The Storm was competitive, as it has been in most games this season, but the Devils had too much composure in the crunch moments. “As a team, there were some really good
signs, some very good passages of play with the way we moved the footy and the attack on the man was everything that I asked for,” Lawson said. “It’s just that we fell down in a couple of crucial areas of the game at critical times.” The difference in the end was North Footscray’s conversion. The Devils had one less shot on goal, but finished with an immaculate 13.3, compared to the Storm’s 9.8. Will Finlay was the main shining light for Manor Lakes. He was nigh on impassable across centre half-back. “That’s probably the best game I’ve seen him play at this footy club,” Lawson said. “He stood in the hole and took everything that came in and rebounded out.” Youngsters Bradley Jones and Joel Patty showed strong signs. Jones burnt off his opponents with speed, while Patty’s physicality was a feature. Justin Palmer was taken from his regular position in defence and inserted into the forward line to good effect. He kicked three goals and formed a dangerous partnership with Ty Priest, who kicked two.
Manor Lakes will round out the first half of the season in a derby against Wyndhamvale at Wyndham Vale South Oval on Saturday. Elsewhere in division 2, Wyndhamvale tasted defeat for the first time this season, losing a top-of-the-ladder clash with Yarraville Seddon by 59 points. The Falcons remain a game and percentage clear on top of the ladder. Point Cook Centrals continue to thrive in their promotion year, consolidating third spot with a 27-point win over West Footscray. In division 1, Hoppers Crossing overcame goal-kicking yips to beat Sunshine by 32 points. The Warriors could only manage 11 goals from 31 scoring shots. Werribee Districts cruised to a 78-point win over Caroline Springs to stay in third spot. Point Cook managed just one goal in a 176-point hammering from Spotswood. In division 3, flawless Glen Orden remains two games and percentage clear on top of the ladder after a hard-fought 24-point win over a gallant Wyndham Suns. Tarneit lost a thriller to Braybrook by three points, leaving it a game and percentage behind the top two.
Werribee drew an eight-goal thriller with bottom side MHSOB 4-4 in the Hockey Victoria women’s Vic League 1. The Tigers went into the game against the winless side as heavy favourites, but frustratingly failed to gain maximum points. Samantha Winch scored a double for the Tigers, while Holly Stewart and Chloe Pickersgill also found the back of the net. In men’s Vic League 1, Werribee was on the receiving end of a 5-0 belting from Old Xavarians.
Werribee Centrals powered to a 55-point win over Anakie in the GDFL. The Centurions led from start to finish in a one-sided game at Anakie Reserve. Nick Bauld, Daryl Chesterman, Michael Camilleri and Blake Taylor kicked three goals apiece for the Centurions. Werribee Centrals are in sixth place with a 5-4 record. Fourth-placed Winchelsea will visit Galvin Park on Saturday.
Werribee Centrals survived a tough encounter with Anakie to win 44-38 in the GDFL Netball. The Centrals did enough to preserve their unbeaten record. Next up for top-of-the-ladder Werribee Centrals is a home clash against bottom-half side Winchelsea at Galvin Park on Saturday. FOR MORE SPORT, VISIT Web: starweekly.com.au Wyndham Star Weekly @starweeklysport @star_weekly 47 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 19, 2019
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• 6 Speaker Audio System • Hill Start Assist
MY18 Equinox LS
MY18 Commodore Liftback LT From
• 9 Speed Automatic Transmission • Leather Wrap Steering Wheel
• Automatic Headlamps
• Dual Zone Climate Control
• Front Fog Lamps
MY19 Acadia LT
MY19 Colorado LTZ From
• Rear View Camera
• Active Fuel Management
• Lane Departure Warning
• Stop/Start Technology
• Anti Theft Alarm
• Traffic Slan Recognition
Demo MY18 Equinox LTZ
Demo MY18 Commodore Wagon RSV
Holden Mylink Infotainment System Rain Sensing Wipers Heated Exterior Mirror Stock Number N28995
• Bluetooth Audio Streaming
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Save 500 $2,
• 8” Colour Touch Screen • Autonomous Emergency Braking • Leather Appointed Trim • Stock Number N29069
Save 000 $8,
*Max sale price on 2. MY19 Trax LS 3. MY18 Equinox LS 4. MY18 Commodore Liftback LT 5. MY19 Acadia LT 6. MY19 Colorado LTZ sold by 30/6/19 and delivered by 31/07/19 unless changed or while stocks last at participating Holden Dealers. DRIVEAWAY PRICING includes dealer delivery, stamp duty, 12 months registration and CTP insurance. Excludes prestige paint Private and ABN buyers only. Not available with other offers *4 Day Sale Offer: SALE BONUS redeemed at point of sale. Private and ABN Buyers only. Not available with other offers. Valid on vehicles sold by 30/06/19 and delivered before 31/07/19 unless changed or while stocks last at participating HOLDEN DEALERS. 5 YEAR UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY from date of registration. FREE SCHEDULED SERVICING applies up to 4 standard scheduled services, as specified by the Service Warranty Booklet, restrictions apply. Must service within 3,000kms or 90 days of scheduled service date, whichever occurs first valid on vehicles sold by 30/06/19 and delivered before 31/07/19 unless changed or while stocks last at participating Holden Dealers. 1. Demo MY19 Trax LTZ 7. Demo MY18 Equinox LTZ 8. Demo MYB Commodore Wagon RSV sold by 30/06/19 and delivered by 31/07/19. Balance of 5yr unlimited km warranty and 3yrs free scheduled servicing from date of first registration. LMCT 4618
Ballan Holden Werribee
323 Princes Highway, Werribee, 3030
03 9974 8888 12421032-CG26-19 10077631-02
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2015 TOYOTA COROLLA ASCENT
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9 Sp Auto Race Inspired V6 Awd Stock Number U29825
Economy Value 4cyl Stock Number U30242
2017 HOLDEN UTE
2015 HOLDEN COMMODORE SV6 Storm
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Auto V6 Park Assist Stock Number U30245
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Auto V6 Huge Tub Stock Number U30163
2017 HOLDEN ASTRA SPORTWAGON LS+
2017 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF92 TSI
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Auto 1.4T Great Value Stock Number US28852
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Value Economy Auto Stock Number U30168
2015 HOLDEN ASTRA VXR
2015 FORD TERRITORY TX (RWD)
• 2.0L Turbo • Sports *6sp Man • Stock NumberU30218
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Diesel Auto Bluetooth Stock Number U30205
2016 TOYOTA TARAGO GLX
2014 SUBARU FORESTER 2.5i-S
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Auto Family Value Comfort Stock Number U30177
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Auto Towbar Bluetooth Stock Number U30155
Ballan Holden Werribee
323 Princes Highway, Werribee, 3030
03 9974 8888 12421032-CG26-19 10077631-02
51 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ JUNE 19, 2019