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SPORTS GROUND OFF SIDE ROCKING THE SUBURBS: REPORTING FROM THE FRONT LINE OF THE LIVE MUSIC WARS

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INSIDE FAST TRACK TO SAFETY Bayside residents want Protective Services Officers assigned to local stations following reports of attacks ■ PAGE 5

WHAT LIES BENEATH Hampton researcher Michelle Doyle spend 2500 hours uncovering the hidden history of Bayside’s streets ■ PAGE 5

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DENDY PARK sports club members, including (from left to right) Jasper Findlay, Jordan Secatore, Alessio D’Angelo and James Dargan from the Brighton Soccer Club, are forced to use facilities that are unsafe, antiquated and in urgent need of an upgrade, according to the Dendy Park Users’ Group. Five clubs that call the park home have formed the group to campaign for improvements, including a new pavillion. ■ REPORT P3

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have lived almost all my life in Melbourne’s south east. It is great being so close to Melbourne’s thriving CBD and having safe streets I feel confident to walk on at any time of the day or night. I use Bentleigh station most days and often come home after dark. Some people might feel unsafe, but I don’t think I ever have. However, coming home once around 6pm, other passengers and I observed an assault on the platform at McKinnon as our train departed. Several of us reported this to station staff at Bentleigh, who called the police. I heard later that a man was apprehended over it and it appeared he was known to the victim. So crime on the train network does happen, but it is hardly surprising other stations have been prioritised for Protective Services Officers (PSOs). Places such as Dandenong, Frankston and Sunshine are notorious for problems and would actually benefit from a full-time security presence, not just after 6pm. Compared with those troublespots, stations in the Bayside suburbs are pretty quiet. While locals will no doubt welcome the presence of the officers when they are deployed, you have to ask yourself if it is an effective use of taxpayers’ money – given the other issues in public transport. Under the government’s plan, many stations will have no staff all day but two armed PSOs each night. I am not convinced it will make for an overall safer travel experience, and it certainly won’t be of any help to someone who

needs help with travel advice or working the ticket machines – particularly if they travel in the daytime. The money would have been better spent on putting regular staff back on to railway stations all day, deploying officers at hotspot stations and ensuring police can

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WHAT I LOVE ABOUT BAYSIDE: Having walkable neighbourhoods with no freeways, plenty of parks. WHAT I WOULD CHANGE: Public transport needs improving.

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Dendy turf ‘unsafe for players’ l.banks@fairfaxmedia.com.au

DENDY Park is unsafe and in urgent need of improvement, users say. They claim there are huge holes across the council-run park and its antiquated pavilion facilities cannot cope with the large volume of visitors every week. Five clubs that call the park home have formed the Dendy Park Users’

Group to campaign for a ground upgrade. Brighton Soccer Club president Chris Tait said the 26-hectare park was built on a former landfill site, which meant the ground was constantly resettling. The soccer club is the largest junior club in Victoria and has more than 1100 members, including 300 female members. “There are no separate showers

for girls and there is only one girls’ toilet,” Mr Tait said. ‘‘We are stretched for resources.” The users’ group is proposing a new combined facility . Mr Tait said if this was approved, more clubs could call Dendy Park home. The group will present a management plan to council next week. “We are willing to raise the money and do whatever we can to make this work,’’ Mr Tait said. ‘‘We just

want council to give us the [nod] to do it.’’ Bayside community services director Kaylene Conrick said the council conceded that depressions were not ideal but they did not make the surface unsafe. “A further technical assessment of ground conditions at Dendy Park is required to evaluate the nature and timing of improvement works and the associated costs,’’ she said.

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Brighton cyclist rolls on AT 63 years of age, Trevor Spence still does what many younger people won’t. The Brighton grandfather will ride in his 20th Around the Bay next month. “I guess the main motivation [to ride] is to get out and get some fresh air,” Mr Spence said. The amateur cyclist is one of only 10 participants yet to miss a ride in two decades of the 250-kilometre event, which raises money for The Smith Family. Mr Spence has been riding socially for 25 years, setting out with the same group of about 20 on Saturdays and Sundays to trek from Brighton to Frankston or Mount Eliza and back. He also rides to work in Essendon three or four days a week. The cycling enthusiast said his ride times varied over the years, but he typically finished in seven hours. Around the Bay entrants can choose from options of 250, 210, 135, 100 or 50 kilometres. More

than 12,000 riders are expected to participate on October 21. “The thing to remember is that it’s not a competition; you ride to prove something to yourself,” Mr Spence said. “If you’re riding for the first time, ride in a group or hang on to a group if you can, and if you’re going around the whole bay, try and set a target of getting to Queenscliff or Sorrento without stopping. ‘‘As soon as you stop, you’re not as committed to keep going.” For details on how to enter Around the Bay, visit bupaaround thebay.com.au. LAURA BANKS

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LET’S RIDE: Trevor Spence is training for his 20th Around the Bay

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■ CAMPAIGN ON BULLYING A statewide anti-bullying campaign has been launched by Attorney-General Robert Clark a year after the introduction of Brodie’s Law, which made serious bullying a criminal offence punishable by up to 10 years in jail. The Take a Stand Against Bullying campaign will distribute information to more than 8000 schools, workplaces and police stations. ■ GATHER FOR A FEAST A food festival is on the menu for Bayside, and organisers are seeking local businesses to take part. Bellevue Philanthropy and AmaLocal have teamed up to create the Bayside Local Food Festival on November 16 in Sandringham. Details: baysidelocalfood.com.au.

Six want another tilt at council BY LAURA BANKS l.banks@fairfaxmedia.com.au

SIX of the seven Bayside councillors are expected to seek re-election in October. Both Southern ward councillors, Michael Norris and Simon Russell, indicated they will run for reelection. If re-elected, it will be Cr Norris’ third term and Cr Russell will add to the 15 years he has served on council.

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LOCALSAY What do you think the next council should do to be successful? EMAIL newsroom@fairfax.com.au

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PRESSURE POINT No restricted breed dogs have been put down in Bayside since the state government’s ban on pit bulls. Ten complaints were made but most were identified as staffordshire cross breeds. Source: Bayside City Council

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included the refurbishment of Hampton Street, lobbying for the CSIRO open space site, the Highett Recreations Centre and the FutureGen Conference, to be held this Friday, September 7. The Bayside council election will be conducted via a postal vote. Ballot papers must be returned to the Victorian Electoral Commission before 6pm on October 26. To enrol to vote visit your local

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■ WALK FOR GRANDMA A charity walk called Let’s Walk for Africa is being hosted by St John’s Uniting Church Elsternwick on Sunday, September 9, to raise funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers Campaign, which provides food and essential services to grandmothers in Africa. Details: call Christine on 0405 016 535 or visit stephenlewisfoundation.org.

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Northern ward representatives Alex del Porto and Clifford Hayes the deputy mayor, told RL they planned to run again. Central ward representatives, mayor Louise Cooper-Shaw and Cr James Long, have said they will run again, with Felicity Frederico the only current councillor yet to confirm that she will contest her seat. Councillors said the biggest achievements of the current term

TEAGAN GLENANE

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SEPTEMBER 5, 2012

WHEEL DEAL FOR SCOUTS World-touring bike mechanic Mark Hepworth (pictured) recently delivered tales of his cycling adventures across 75 countries at a special presentation night for 1st/14th Brighton Sea Scouts. Conquering the Himalayas is among Mr Hepworth’s feats, but he is also known for supporting the scouts on their bike rides from Mount Martha to Brighton. Former Paralympian Heath Francis also inspired the scouts with stories of his medal-winning experiences ahead of jetting off to London to commentate at the 2012 London Paralympics. As part of the presentation night last Thursday, each of the scouts was presented with a Queens Diamond Jubilee Badge.


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VOX POP SHOULD SPEED LIMITS ON BEACH ROAD BE REDUCED? TONY DOWNIE, Hampton I wouldn’t want it reduced. Seeing as there is a clearway there, they should extend the hours to include weekday mornings and peak hour times to help traffic flow better, just leave it at 60.

LINLEY COLE, Hampton East I think it’s fine at 60. I don’t think dropping the limit would make the road any safer for drivers. The cyclists are a problem, they are mad along there, they are a hazard.

JEREMY PATON, Brighton No, I think it’s manageable at 60, if it was dropped it would be a good revenue raiser for the Police. It’s safe enough at 60.

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DARREN JAMES

Train assaults raise PSO calls BY LAURA BANKS l.banks@fairfax.com.au

BAYSIDE residents have called for the immediate delivery of Protective Services Officers as Victoria Police statistics reveal an increase in the number of assaults at local stations. Police statistics show stations in Brighton and Bentleigh were the most dangerous. There were eight assaults at Brighton stations and 14 assaults at Bentleigh station during the 2010-11 year. The statistics, the most current available, showed eight instances of property damage at the Brighton stations and 11 at Bentleigh. Highett station recorded four drug-use offences and Cheltenham recorded five robberies. RL surveyed 20 train-users at Middle Brighton station last Wednesday evening with all saying they would feel safer with PSOs present. Sandringham resident Isobelle Pobjoy was sexually assaulted at

Cheltenham railway station two years ago. The 21-year-old said she felt vulnerable using public transport but had no alternative as she could not drive. “I don’t feel safe catching public transport but I have to get to work,” Miss Pobjoy said. “I would definitely feel safer if there was someone on the platform.” She said she occasionally caught the train as late as 12.15am and often there was no one around. Bayside police senior sergeant Simon Humphrey said PSOs were a valuable asset but did not believe Bayside would receive any this year. PSOs man the station every night from 6pm until the last train. Transit Safety Division acting superintendent Charles Allen said the decision to deploy PSOs was based on a number of factors such as how busy the train station is and the amount of reported crime and antisocial behaviour.

STREETS AHEAD If you live in Hastings Avenue or Balcombe Road, Beaumaris there could be elephant bones beneath your house. Mid last century, the Perry Bros circus rested their animals over winter in the area and if an animal died, it was buried on site – no matter its size. A new book,The Street Where You Live details this story and more fascinating snapshots of the Bayside suburbs south of South Road. Hampton researcher Michelle Doyle (pictured) spent 2500 hours trawling old newspapers, archives, local history books and Sands and MacDougall directories to produce the book which lists every known street in Beaumaris, Black Rock, Hampton, Hampton East, Sandringham and parts of Highett and Cheltenham.

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REPORT CRIME call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000

Police are calling for information on a theft at a Bentleigh Salvation Army store on August 28. A man entered the store about 5pm, reached over the counter and took “less than $1000” from the till.

BRIGHTON HIGHETT

Hair and beauty salons in Brighton were targeted in a spate of burglaries on August 26 and 27. The doors of businesses in Church Street and Bay Street were levered open and money was stolen from cash registers. Police are appealing for information.

A Highett man was arrested on August 23 after attempting to break into a Dunkley Avenue property. The 37-yearold was taken into police custody and will appear in court at a later date.

CHELTENHAM

HAMPTON

Cyclists are being warned to keep an eye on their bikes after the brazen theft of a bicycle at Cheltenham railway station on August 28. Bolt cutters were used to break through the secure bike lock. Witnesses are asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

A man was remanded in custody over an armed robbery in Hampton on August 26. The man allegedly wore a bike helmet and carried a firearm during the robbery. The man, 24, of Southbank, was also charged with carrying out similar offences in Newport on August 21 and Glen Iris on August 22.

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CHRIS HOPKINS

Bayside coast views sought BY LISA HIGGINSON lhigginson@fairfaxmedia.com.au

A 10-YEAR management plan is being developed to shape the future of Bayside’s 17-kilometre stretch of foreshore. Bayside council is creating the Coastal Management Plan as a guide for use of the area and wants community feedback as part of the process. It has been 15 years since the council adopted the current coastal strategy, which is incorporated under the Bayside Planning Scheme. The new management plan aims to reflect the latest state legislative requirements, community desires and factors such as climate change. A number of issues will be considered, including accessibility and connectivity, climate change, protection of environmental values, bal-

ancing passive and active recreation, commercial use of foreshore public land, and consistent building and public realm design. Bayside mayor Louise CooperShaw urged community members to have their say about the coastal area and how they would like to see it managed. “The Bayside coast and foreshore supports a diverse range of uses and users, which raises a mix of challenges to balance and manage competing demands,” she said. “I strongly encourage everyone who has a love of, and an interest in, the Bayside foreshore to participate in the community consultation program.” Council is asking Bayside residents to complete its online Coastal Management Plan Survey at before Friday, September 7. Details: visit bayside.vic.gov.au.

■ COUNCIL SURVEY Bayside council is expected to release the results of its community satisfaction survey soon. Inner Melbourne metropolitan councils gained the highest approval rating in the latest Statewide Local Government Services Report, which collates the results of a community satisfaction survey of 71 local councils.

Mayors of the future Black Rock Primary School pupils were inspired to consider becoming future mayors last week. Bayside mayor Louise Cooper-Shaw, pictured with Luke and Claire, swapped robe and chains for whiteboard and marker as part of the Australian Council for Educational Research’s annual Principal for the Day program. She visited each class and spent time answering questions about council hopefully, she said, inspiring up-and-coming councillors.

BAYSIDE

■ ARTS VISION A new five-year Bayside library, arts and culture strategy has been endorsed. The council strategy has been developed to shape the future programs and meet the challenges of a changing community profile.

council’s next ordinary meeting will be on Tuesday, September 11 from 7pm at the Council Chambers, Civic Centre, 15 Boxshall Street, Brighton.

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PERMITS PERMITTING An application to build a threestorey building containing 34 dwellings with a basement at 190-192 New Street, Brighton, has been lodged with Bayside council. Planning officers have requested further information on the application.

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Chirps grate after 10-year din BY LISA HIGGINSON lhigginson@fairfaxmedia.com.au

TWO cats and two dogs – that’s the limit for a Port Phillip household before they need a permit. But one South Melbourne resident has discovered there is no limit on chirping canaries. The resident of Smith Street, who did not want to be identified, said he had been subjected to incessant bird noise for more than 10 years.

His neighbour breeds canaries. The man claimed there had been more than 100 birds in the yard of a neighbouring property at one time. He fronted a council meeting to call for a permit requirement for residents who wish to keep more than five birds and said it should stipulate the animals must be kept between 10–15 metres away from adjoining properties. The council’s current Community Amenity Local

Law No. 3 manages the keeping of animals, but is limited to dogs and cats. It states that no more than two dogs or two cats can be kept without a permit on any residential, commercial or industrial property at any one time. It prohibits the keeping of roosters at a residence, but does not cover other birds. Before 2002, local law stipulated a permit was required to keep more than five domestic birds – and that they had to be at

a distance of 15 metres or more from adjoining properties. Port Phillip mayor Rachel Powning said the Community Amenity Local Law No. 3 was being reviewed because it was due to expire in September, 2013. “There have been internal consultations and a series of focus groups . . . including residents, prior to preparing a draft for general consultation,” she said.

Beautiful Zesta Kitchens at . . . affordable prices

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A MELBOURNE University expert says the federal government needs to coerce early school leavers back to the education system if it is to meet year 12 completion targets. A study led by Dr Cain Polidano of about 4000 early school leavers found the longer teenagers stay away from study, the less likely they are to return. By 2015, the federal government wants 90 per cent of students to achieve a year 12 qualification. According to Australian Bureau of Statistics figures, only 78 per cent of students achieved this in 2010. Under present regulations, Centrelink youth allowance payments are only provided to 20- to 24-year-olds who have completed year 12. Dr Polidano said similar incentive systems were needed to discourage younger students from dropping out in early secondary years. Princes Hill Secondary College assistant principal John Goodman said he welcomed new strategies to retain students, provided schools were given financial support from the education department. Melbourne social worker Les Twentyman said the best way to get disengaged teenagers studying again was through youth outreach work. He said 164,000 children had been suspended from Australian schools last year and said the system was in “a massive crisis”.

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What started as an impromptu ping-pong championship between mates in a share house has exploded to become the latest craze in Brunswick. Sam Penhalluriack (pictured with Simon Chadwick, left) started hosting challenges in his garage a few months ago but the word got out. Loungeroom pros started showing up for a game and a shot at the title. Sam now hosts a monthly ‘‘Ping of Pong’’ at the Victoria Hotel and is looking for a charity partner. ‘‘People love having a hit of pong; everyone growing up thought they were a star in their own rumpus room against their younger brother or sister,’’ he said. ‘‘But this gives you the chance to take on Brunswick. We crown the winner, they get a pewter mug and it’s a fun day.’’ The next Ping of Pong will be held at the Victoria Hotel at 380 Victoria Street, Brunswick, this Sunday, September 9, from 2pm. Charities interested in raising funds should contact 0430 640 440.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ■ KEEP PARKS OPEN I read your article ‘‘Divisions over Bayside parks’’ (RL, August 29) and was delighted to note that at least one councillor (Felicity Frederico) has the bottle to speak out against the fencing off of certain parklands and restricting public access. Residents pay for these areas through their rates and must be allowed to use them. We own the gardens, not Pauline Reynolds, councillor Michael Norris and their ‘‘Friends’’. Over the next two months seven parks are open to the public for tours. What rubbish – as with the Royal Botanic Gardens (open 7.30am to sunset every day), we should have access every day. What is the point of having such wonderful parklands if we cannot use them or use them only when the ‘‘Friends’’ give us the OK. Thank goodness for Cr Frederico. Sue Hardiman / via email ■ CYCLING NOT SAFE I am writing this email in regard to cyclists riding on Beach Road

(‘‘Clearways stop crashes: study’’, RL, August 22). I am a member of the medical profession as well as a horse rider, so I understand the importance of exercise. I am within the law to ride a horse along Beach Road, as cyclists [are to ride bicycles], but I ask you, is either of these sporting activities safe or appropriate on this road? Beach Road is a major traffic route and not a velodrome. I believe bike riders riding in such large numbers should take this into account. As a resident of Bayside my entire life, I feel these riders are trying to take over major roads, especially scenic ones, for their own selfish sporting activities. As a resident I can no longer park my car on Beach Road on the weekend between 6am and 10 am, nor can any of my visitors. I pay council rates so I can reside in this area, but do cyclists have to pay anything to ride on Beach Road? No, they don’t pay any registration, insurance or have any identification displayed while on the road.

On several occasions I have witnessed less-than-favourable behaviour from some of these riders, who in some cases totally ignore road rules. Beach Road in my opinion is not the place for large groups of cyclists at any time. They should choose a more suitable venue for their sporting activities. Judith R. / via email

TWEET OF THE WEEK @VICTORIANGOVT WHEN IS PROMISED SOUTHLAND STATION TO OPEN? #FIXRAILNOW #MAKEMYCITYWORK #SPRINGST

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QUOTABLE PRESERVING A SEVERELY ERODED LUMP OF METAL IS PREPOSTEROUS S. Rutledge / Brighton

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■ NOT WORTH SAVING In reply to Jeff Penberthy (Letters, RL, August 22) re the Cerberus, preserving a severely eroded lump of metal is preposterous. This bygone relic of another era hardly resembles anything these days. Nostalgia and emotions have clouded the judgment of the few people who believe there is any significance to this wreck. No amount of waxing lyrical, at something that resembles junk, will change my mind. Any significance the Cerberus once had has now been passed over to the elements. S. Rutledge / Brighton

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Rocking the suburbs STEPHEN A RUSSELL and MARY-JANE DAFFY report from the front line of the battle between live music venues and residents

The club’s owners, Peter Foley and Mark Burchett, who are also behind the successful Caravan Club in Oakleigh, have taken a pragmatic approach to bringing live music to the ‘burbs.They offer a distinctly non-rock ’n’ roll line-up, featuring the likes of Clairy Browne & the Bangin’ Rackettes and jazz stalwart Vince Jones, and have gone out of their way to meet the neighbours. “We want people to feel like it’s their place,” says Foley.“It comes from the community up. We’ve tried to form really strong relationships so that if it does come to a [noise complaint] case, we have a lot of support.” Local businesses are already inquiring about sponsorship. “I thought we might struggle here,” Foley admits.“But the response, and encouragement, has been overwhelming.” It’s a different story in St Kilda. In the past two years Pure Pop Records,The Great Provider and The Vineyard have made headlines as they’ve faced council fines and restrictions resulting from locals’ complaints about live music. Many live music fans, including musician and writer Dave Graney, lament the demise of what they say was St Kilda’s golden era in the 1970s and ’80s, when punters could wander between gigs at the George, the Prince and the Espy, with pitstops at long-lost venues such as the Linden Tree, Joey’s and The Venue. “St Kilda really was quite sophisticated and those night people

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own a leafy side street, around the corner from an unassuming shopping strip, the Caulfield RSL seems an unlikely location for a live music venue. But last month the Flying Saucer Club touched down on St Georges Road, deep in the suburban heartland of Elsternwick. It’s an unexpected addition to a suburb better known for its schools and parklands, but perhaps the most surprising thing about the arrival of the 220-capacity venue is that five weeks after opening, it has barely raised an eyebrow among its neighbours. At a time when battles between disgruntled residents and live music venues in nearby St Kilda are making front page news, the Flying Saucer appears to have pulled off a minor miracle.

gave the place its whole ambience and reputation,” Graney says. He recalls that the last time he enjoyed live music in the Prince of Wales public bar was a sunny Sunday afternoon last year. As punters rocked along, a council enforcement officer stood on Fitzroy Street measuring noise levels.“It’s a loud street in a loud area. Absolute madness.” Graney says the vitality in Melbourne music is now north of the river. But the venue owners themselves insist the local music scene is far from dead.

The Prince of Wales relaunched its public bar last week as a live music venue after a 10-month closure and $250,000 renovation that included doubleglazing, acoustic ceilings and soundproofing. “It’s been very expensive, laborious and disruptive to trade,” says Julian Gerner, a partner in the Melbourne Pub Group that bought the hotel in October 2011.“But we have to stand up to the obligations and responsibilities as custodians of the Prince of Wales to provide live music.’’ The relaunch scotched community fears that MPG would pull the plug on live music at the Prince, but plans to stage gigs seven days a week have been temporarily thwarted by the discovery of a chimney, directly behind the stage, which leaked noise into the hotel rooms above. Gerner is determined to fix the problem but admits he has found himself in a Catch-22 situation. “You’ve got the community up in arms trying to save live music, you’ve got residents trying to stop it, and we’re stuck in the middle.” In July, The Great Provider, restaurant on St Kilda’s Marine Parade scored a win when Port Phillip council approved an application to play live music at evening functions. It followed a protracted battle, during which nine residents lodged complaints. The venue’s owner Andrew Rolleston is delighted with the decision, even if it means installing an expensive noise limiter. Local resident Clare Miller is less impressed.“We are amazed and surprised,” she says.“We’re not confident they [the council] actually really care about residents.”

Miller, who lives opposite the restaurant, says she’s regularly disturbed by its music, often between 11pm and 3am, despite double-glazed windows. “There haven’t been sporadic complaints like the council suggests,” she says.“There have been consistent complaints for over three years from residents.”

Port Phillip mayor Rachel Powning believes rumours of the death of live music in St Kilda have been exaggerated.“I actually don’t think it’s a big problem,” she says. ‘‘Overall we don’t receive a high number of complaints about live music venues.” The figures prove her right. In 2011, Port Phillip council received 294 complaints about barking dogs, 373 relating to construction site noise and only 30 specifically regarding live music. Powning acknowledges there are challenges in managing all the competing interests. Rising property values lead to higher business rents, which have prompted some smaller venues to diversify into live music. Still she says venue owners must recognise that offering live music carries responsibilities.“The reason you don’t get complaints about the Espy is because residents and

MAIN: Flying Saucer Club host Leticia Maher and co-owner Peter Foley ABOVE: Pure Pop Records owner Dave Stevens

council made sure there were acoustic controls built in.” Powning has formed a live music working group involving residents, venue owners and councillors to forge a best-practice approach to the on-going problems.

Dave Stevens, son of AC/DC’s Bon Scott, has had his fair share of battles with the council.The owner of Barkly Street record store and cafe Pure Pop Records attracted a series of complaints after he started hosting live gigs in the tiny rear courtyard. More than 100 complaints were from Maurice Venning on nearby Chaucer Street. A former musician, Venning insists he isn’t against live music but says that Pure Pop needs soundproofing. “When Claypots had complaints from neighbours after they started playing live music, they put in a proper sound wall – no more complaints. Our dear friend at Pure Pop has done absolutely nothing.” Following inspections, the council demanded Stevens demolish an illegal wooden structure that predated his tenancy. Stevens admits he almost gave

up the fight to keep live music. “Residents have more rights than business owners,” he says.“The mayor has been supportive, but when the noise thing snowballed every department went through me with a fine-tooth comb.” A new soundproof structure will set him back a tidy $100,000. But undefeated, he has launched the Buy a Brick campaign, asking supporters to buy a brick in the courtyard, with the proceeds to go towards soundproofing. Powning acknowledges the challenges small businesses face to meet upgrade requirements.“It all costs money. I think there’s a real role for councils firstly to advise venues on changes and possibly even look at grant opportunities.” The Flying Saucer Club’s Foley is sympathetic to Pure Pop’s plight.‘‘I would have given up if I had to go through that,” he says. But Stevens says that’s not an option.“St Kilda used to be a vibrant music suburb. Now that’s mainly moved north of the river, there’s not much left here,” he says.“Twenty years ago, one venue probably wasn’t important. Now it is.”

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TRIED IT HOLLY DIFABRIZIO dons her walking shoes to ever-so-briefly swap the city for the coast BAYSIDE COASTAL TRAIL From Head Street, Brighton, to Charman Road, Beaumaris. Bayside council has free Coastal Trails guides and an iPhone app. Details: bayside.vic.gov.au.

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oing to the beach in winter has never held any appeal for me.Wet sand, dark clouds and chilly ocean breezes are never as pleasing as a warm fire and a cup of tea. But the Bayside Coastal Trail changed my mind. The 17-kilometre track, which features picturesque

views of the bay and beach, has been revitalised to include 90 signs detailing the artworks, history, indigenous sculptures and various flora and fauna en route. The winter weather turned out to be a blessing, with few walkers on the track interrupting a peaceful stroll.

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The Bayside Coastal Trail is the perfect combination of tranquility and invigoration for the body and mind.The salty sea air and panoramic views are just the thing to clear the mind and make an escape from the city.Though I walked only a short section of the track, the art and history along the trail will draw me back to do the full stretch another time.The walk suits dog-walkers, runners, people on a lunchbreak or anyone who wants a new exercise regime. 14 BAYSIDE REVIEW LOCAL

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OVER HEARD THREE OF THE BEST ARTISAN BAKERIES PHILLIPPA’S, 608 Hampton Street, Brighton. Call 9592 7340 Phillippa’s champions slow, traditional baking methods. It’s hard to go past the signature loaf, a crusty French campagnard, although with its rustic folds, the green olive toscano is worth a try. PEZZO DI PANE, 369 Hampton Street, Hampton. Call 9521 0621 Stacks of tantalising crusty bread make a tempting window display at this popular bakery. Favourites include seven-grain and multigrain fruit loaves, and pumpkin bread. MATTISSE MOORABBIN, 161 Chesterville Road, Moorabbin. Call 9532 6182 The Bayside, a Viennastyle white sourdough named for the neighbourhood, is Mattisse’s most popular buy. Gluten-free sourdough comes a close second.

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CALENDAR GIRLS Where: Brighton Theatre Company, corner Wilson and Carpenter streets, Brighton When: September 6–22 Call: 1300 752 126 Visit: brightontheatreco.com

the play —the seasons signify death and regrowth,’’ Burrows says.‘‘Each cast member has about six costume changes and they have to happen very quickly.” A clever set design by John Shelbourne takes the audience between the interior of the Women’s Institute and the rolling Yorkshire dales, with up to eight characters on a small stage at any time, complete with moving piano. A strong cast of seasoned performers in the key women’s roles will take the audience on an emotional rollercoaster, Burrows says. “One of the beauties of this play is that it’s very funny, but if I succeed, I’ll have a tear in their eye as well,” he says. And what of the birthday-suit scene? Will that be an eye-opener? “The ladies are naked, but the audience sees no more than we want them to,” Burrows says with a chuckle. STEPHEN A RUSSELL stephen.russell@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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PLAY: The South-Eastern Multiple Birth Association has an art-and-craft session for Cheltenham Playgroup Open Day. From 9.30–11.30am at Herald Street Uniting Church, corner Herald and Silver streets, Cheltenham. Details: call 0408 577 765. September 6

SHOP: Round She Goes preloved fashion market offers 100 stalls of quality preloved women’s clothing. Accessories by local designers will also feature at the market. At Kingston Arts Centre, 979–985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin, from 10am to 3pm. $2 entry. Details: visit roundshegoes. com.au. September 9 LAUGH: Indigenous performer Mark Sheppard weaves storytelling and stand-up comedy into his one-man show, Chasing the Lollyman, for a lighthearted look at Murri culture. At Kingston Arts Centre, 979–985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin. Tickets $20/$26. Details: call 9556 4440. September 10

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PLAN: The Bayside Wedding Group Expo allows couples to check out local suppliers, plus there’s a chance to win a honeymoon in Palm Cove. At Sandringham Yacht Club, Jetty Road, Sandringham, noon to 4pm. Details: visit baysideweddinggroup.com.au. September 9

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he infamous Yorkshire ladies who bared all to raise money for leukaemia research will walk the boards at the Brighton Theatre Company this week as they stage Calendar Girls. It’s a bittersweet comedy with plenty of heart, recounting the true events of the Women’s Institute members after the death of one of their husbands. They posed nude for a calendar that promoted the good work of the community group to raise money for a cancer ward in the local hospital. Director Alan Burrows (pictured with the cast) says its basis in real life events attracted him to the stage play, adapted from the successful 2003 movie starring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters. “That’s what intrigued me — it deals with real people,” he says.“It’s important to play the characters with truth.Then the audience will identify with them.” He much prefers the 2008 stage adaptation, which he says is less concerned with “Hollywood hype” and strips things back to basics.“It focuses much more on the women and their relationship with each other,” he says. Calendar Girls takes place over the course of a year, so set and costumes have to adapt to four seasons in one play. “That’s one of the nice parts of

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Lives: Elsternwick. Worth the price of admission? Yes, definitely. I loved the play between Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell. The support actors were well known and funny as support. It had a great storyline. Out of 10: 7.5 Favourite film: That’s a tough one. I am a big movie buff; maybe Dirty Dancing.

Lives: Elsternwick. Worth the price of admission? Absolutely, it was funny all the way through. I couldn’t stop laughing. It is highly entertaining, a very funny movie ... I really enjoyed it. Out of 10: 8 Favourite film: Anchorman.

Lives: Elsternwick. Worth the price of admission? Yes, especially being cheap Tuesday! It had me in stitches – really had the belly laugh going right the way through ... never a dull moment. The whole cinema was cracking up. I would definitely see it again. Out of 10: 10 Favourite film: Rocky.

CLEAN: A free spring cleaning workshop might be the motivation you need. Professional organiser Robyn Arnott shares her techniques from 2–3pm at Brighton Library, 14 Wilson Street, Brighton. Bookings essential. Details: call 0407 757 466. September 8

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eborah Leiser-Moore has won audiences in San Francisco, accolades in New York, and praise for plays she has performed around Australia. And that’s just in the past year. When not on the road, the founder and artistic director of the arts company Tashmadada has been gathering inspiring directors and actors from around the world to work with Melbourne artists. She is also doing her PhD in theatre at La Trobe University, where she teaches two days a week. Not even the cancer blow she faced last year could stop her for long. Halfway through the treatment, which ended five months ago, Malthouse Theatre offered her the chance to stage her short play, Thank G-d. She grabbed it. ‘‘I had a bald head, so I added that into the play and put on a wig as needed,’’ she says.‘‘The play was about a young Jewish woman and sex. According to Jewish law, a wife’s right to sex is one of three basic rights (along with food and clothing). Jewish women shave their hair when they

get married – so the wig was perfect. ‘‘I just needed to do that; it was good for me. It was ‘here I am, I have a bald head’, but it [the play] made me feel normal. It was a celebration of me getting halfway through it.’’ Keeping it in the family, Thank G-d was directed by her husband, Richard Moore, artistic director of the Brisbane International Film Festival and the man behind a program of art films in this year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival. Leiser-Moore, who deals with issues of identity, culture and memory in her work, recently prepared two sessions at the Melbourne Writers Festival. She is also working on her latest project, a multi-media play she has written and will perform solo in Melbourne next year before taking it around Australia and overseas. Prisoners of Memory is based on a year of interviews with people who have had experiences of war, in places such as Burundi, Vietnam and Iraq. She is interested not in the politics, but rather in

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how their bodies carry these memories of trauma. How does she deal with her own trauma and forge ahead with such vigour? ‘‘I get passionate about ideas. It’s what I do,’’ she says during a break from rehearsing Prisoners of Memory at the Meat Market in North Melbourne. ‘‘I have no choice. I have these ideas and I really love what I do.’’ HARBANT GILL hgill@fairfaxmedia.com.au


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very Wednesday morning, a small band of fitnessconscious Bayside belles take to St Andrew’s Anglican Church Tennis Club in Brighton for a unique aerobic workout. Less tennis than torture, they dart from end to end to dance music, occasionally volleying, smashing and forehanding, but more often gasping for breath ... which is just how sweat-free coach Gerard Douglas likes it.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Roxanne O’Brien not only lunges for a forehand, but she sweeps it across court. All smiles when the work is done. They’re very chic when cheek-tocheek. Players Georgina Roubos and Olga Kononchuk might get strung out when running across court, but the net result is friendship. St Andrew’s long-term coach Gerard Douglas certainly has his eye on the ball when it comes to fitness for the Bayside belles. Sheryl Pardo enjoys a right old laugh.

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Elsternwick aims to shrug off the hurt CHRIS HOPKINS

BY DANIEL PAPROTH dpaproth@fairfaxmedia.com.au

ALL SET: Left-right, Elsternwick coach Cameron Christiansen, president David Long and skipper Rohan O’Neill

ELSTERNWICK Cricket Club fell at the second last hurdle last season, knocked out in the semis by Caulfield. They won the toss and batted. Just 48.2 overs later they were all out for 95, Brad O’Shea’s 39 and Anton Scholtz’s 15 the only doubledigit scores as Heath Pritchard took 5-24 for Caulfield. Elsternwick’s season was over soon after when Caulfield reached 157 with only five wickets lost. The loss hurt, says Elsternwick president David Long, and the club will be seeking retribution. “You’re always playing to win the premiership,” he says. “Whenever you start pre-season that’s what you want to do. The First XI winning is the number one aim.” Playing in the Victorian SubDistrict Cricket Association, just a step down from Premier Cricket, Elsternwick’s line-up has been bolstered for the season ahead. While there have been no bigname signings, Long is confident the new faces will have Elsternwick

fighting for the VSDCA South/West first XI title. He believes the big one is the return of Rohan O’Neill, captaincoach from 2008 to 2011, after a year travelling. He will strengthen the middle order and also captain the side again, with Cameron Christiansen to coach. Paceman Andrew McGorian is another returning player. He played in 2010-11 but was in England last season; Long says his return is a positive. “He has genuine pace and bounce,” he says. ‘‘He will make the bowling attack quite strong.” The club starts with a two-day game against Brighton on October 6 and Long is confident of a good season. “We think we have a very good group and one that can improve on last year,” he says. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

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SCOREBOARD ■ FOOTBALL

VFL - 2nd Elimination Final BOX HILL 3.1 8.2 13.5 18.10 (118) SANDRINGHAM 5.1 8.2 10.3 14.4 (88) GOALS: Box Hill Hawks: McCauley 4 Ellis 3 Bailey 2 Pattison 2 Pratt 2 Andrews 2 Cassidy Frank Savage. Sandringham: Marigliani 3 Markworth 3 Archer 2 Curren 2 Coleman Peake Dowler Shenton. BEST: Box Hill Hawks: Andrews Schneider Savage Hallahan Duryea Bailey. Sandringham: Markworth Dunell Curren Sikora Williams Shenton

DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE - 1st Elimination Final BOX HILL 5.5 10.8 15.16 16.22 (118) SANDRINGHAM 2.0 6.0 6.2 9.4 (58) GOALS: Box Hill Hawks: Johnson 3 Otten 2 Hughes 2 Monkhorst 2 Grimley 2 Kelly Cooper Lock Ralph Northe. Sandringham: Lever 3 Slade 2 Staley 2 La Rocca Brown. BEST: Box Hill Hawks: Northe Gordon Kelly Lock Tobin Post. Sandringham: Waller Jones Barnhoorn Sands Stapleton Beech

SOUTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE Division 1 Qualifying Final CHELSEA HEIGHTS 4.7 6.12 12.14 15.15 (105) ST PAULS 2.1 3.4 6.6 7.8 (50) GOALS: Chelsea Heights: R Flack 6 B Gilder 2 J Dalton M Fitcher J Peryman J Attard D Walsh P Matheson C Mouritz. St Pauls: B Lewington 2 M Kreymborg 2 P Mercoulia R Best L Wilson. BEST: Chelsea Heights: J Attard P Smith R Flack T Johnstone C Mouritz T Marks. St Pauls: L Wilson M Herbstreit K Hall J Heagney-Steart A Gilbert. Division 2 Qualifying Final SKYE 3.3 5.4 7.5 12.8 (80) OAKLEIGH DISTRICT 3.4 6.8 10.8 10.10 (70) GOALS: Skye: B Walker 2 J Hynes 2 L McGuinness 2 W Capes 2 D Spinucci R Kitchin M Watts H Sawyer. Oakleigh District: E Alimovski 3 P Fermanis 2 S Danilovic D Kiellerup J Isaac T Bevacqua S Arvanitis. BEST: Skye: J Alexander R Kitchin R Hart B Walker A Pacey M Watts. Oakleigh District: T McMahon E Alimovski G Mason D Mounsey D Kiellerup P Carroll. 22 BAYSIDE REVIEW LOCAL

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Division 3 Qualifying Final MOORABBIN 2.2 6.5 6.6 9.10 (64) SANDOWN 3.1 5.2 7.5 8.5 (53) GOALS: Moorabbin: N/A. Sandown: J Tate 2 R Weeding B Reiner A Powell S Foster C O’Shaughnessy C Sheedy. BEST: Moorabbin: N/A. Sandown: D Doig J Tate A La Rocca S Jackman S Cosstick M Menzies. Div 1 Res: St Pauls 10.9 d Chelsea Heights 7.5. Div 2 Res: Oakleigh District 14.11 d Skye 5.10. Div 3 Res: Mount Waverley 13.10 d Ashwood 3.2. Colts: St Peters 19.13 d Murrumbeena 1.13.

VAFA - Premier

OLD CAREY 5.1 9.3 11.5 12.8 (80) DE LA SALLE 3.2 4.6 7.8 9.12 (66) GOALS: Old Carey: D Yze 3 B Smithwick 2 M Laidlaw 2 R Josephs J Rowe S Freemantle A Stewart-Holmes S Harris. De La Salle: B Eddy 3 N Roberts 2 J Phillips S Pickett J Vickers D Close. BEST: Old Carey: R Josephs J Rowe M Parker S Freemantle L McQueen-Miscamble M Laidlaw. De La Salle: S Haslem D Lowe J Gotch T Moloney J Baxter T Hunt. OLD TRINITY 5.2 8.10 12.15 18.18 (126) C’FIELD GRAM 5.3 7.3 11.5 13.10 (88) GOALS: Old Trinity: B Howell 4 A Ramsden 3 A Heuston 2 B Iezzi 2 P Mescher J Hunt N Hunt G Hamilton B Barratt F Stewart D Chamberlain. Caulfield: B Sinclair 4 B Price 2 T O’Sullivan 2 L Everett 2 L Price T Quinn C Game. BEST: Old Trinity: K Butler N Hunt J Steinhart B Iezzi J Gale. Caulfield: B Sinclair M Nelson M Liddell D Scheetz T O’Sullivan T Sundberg. OLD SCOTCH 6.2 15.3 21.6 22.10 (142) ST BERNARDS 4.5 5.10 8.13 14.20 (104) GOALS: Old Scotch: L Hill 5 M Burns 4 C Watts 3 M Seed 2 M van den Broek 2 A Lim S Barnett J Davis G van den Broek A Pike A Houlihan. St Bernards: A Merrington 5 B George 2 L O’Sullivan C Mitchell T Gleeson T Caven J Madden A Grosso D Byrne. BEST: Old Scotch: M Burns R Eva T McKinley M van den Broek L Hill A Houlihan. St Bernards: N Cooke A Merrington J Madden A Singleton L O’Sullivan C Mitchell. COLLEGIANS 0.6 4.9 7.13 9.18 (72) OLD XAVERIANS 3.4 6.5 8.5 9.8 (62) GOALS: Collegians: C Blumfield 3 T Zimbachs N Corp J Dixon S Taft C Lee N Ries. Old Xaverians: J Williams 3 B Kennedy 2 D Harangozo 2 B Goss D Lynch. BEST: Collegians: C Holst C Blumfield J Harvey C Hylton S Inglis C Lee. Old Xaverians: P Ambrose R Colbert M Ball B Kennedy O Gidley J Williams.

SEPTEMBER 5, 2012

ST BEDES/MT 5.1 7.2 12.3 17.8 (110) UNIVERSITY BLUES 4.2 9.3 14.5 14.7 (91) GOALS: St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: D Holden 5 G Rowlands 3 S Glennen 3 M Curcio 2 C Richards L Stutterd L Terrell D Waters. University Blues: J Watts 4 H McDonald 2 J Nash 2 P Gardiner B McConnell M Torney C Frinsdorf J Mugavin M Rippon. BEST: St Bedes/Mentone Tigers: D Holden C Richards D Garside S Richards M Wintle L Stutterd. University Blues: J Mugavin J Watts B McConnell A Austin W Cuningham M Monteith Premier Reserve: De La Salle 24.14 d Old Carey 3.8, Caulfield Grammarians 25.19 d Old Trinity 5.5 Old Scotch 19.18 d St Bernards 6.7, Collegians 9.7 d Old Xaverians 6.7 University Blues 21.16 d St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers 0.0.

■ CLUB GOLF SUNDAY

CHELTENHAM: AMCR 70 Stableford: D Hurle (5) 33. COMMONWEALTH: Stableford A: R Howells (12) 38 cb. B: G Clay (24) 44 cb. W: R Pearson (24) 39. ELSTERNWICK PARK: Stableford: M Mason (22) 35. Shield: A McAuliffe d A Pondard 4-3. METROPOLITAN: Par: R Burbury (33) 3 up. Championship final: P Wagstaff P Bray d D Francis R Gordon 3-2. SOUTHERN: Stableford Div 1: G Roddy (6) 36. Div 2: D Hall (16) 37. Div 3: J Coldwell (17) 39. VICTORIA: 4B: W Cheeseman (26) G Ilott (34) 45. Indiv: B Lawrence (19) 36. W: W Cheeseman (26) 39. FatherSon: H Trakal (16) N Trakal (21) 9 up cb. VGL at Albert Park: Championship: D Rees (Lakeside) 74 in playoff. President’s Trophy: S Rigby (Ale and Flail) 82. Trophy: J Botha (Yarrambat 16) 67. WOODLANDS: Medley 4B: K Clarke (14) S Clarke (23) 45. Indiv A: L Whiteside (7) 39. B: F Dubash (13) 40. C: B Quin (20) 35. W: K Mahlook (13) 34.

MONDAY

FAIRWAY at Southern: Stableford A: P Wilson (5) 34. B: M Forte (16) 34. C: B Long (23) 35. Vis: D Brooks (The National 11) 33. VICTORIA: 4B: P Rowell (19) F Forbes (23) 6 up. Indiv: B Myers (25) 1 up cb. AWCR 75 Stableford: C Pike (38) 35. WOODLANDS: Stableford: B Eddie (23) 40.

TUESDAY

CHELTENHAM: Stableford: J Caligiore (24) 41. COMMONWEALTH: AMCR 72 Stableford A: G Beattie (18) 39. B: P Butselaar (22) 39. METROPOLITAN: Women 4B: J Murray (15) K Millie (24) 45. ROYAL MELBOURNE: Women Par: R Hearnden (45) sq. SANDRINGHAM: Women Stableford A: T Ulrik (25) 34. B: B Gamble (31) 33. C: S King (37) 35. SOUTHERN: Stableford div 1: I Day (24) 37. Div 2: H Wakeham (28) 37. VICTORIA: Women Stableford A: S Hosking (16) 36. B: C Brophy (28) 37. C: G Branson (43) 34. Yellow: B Ettershank (28) 39.

WEDNESDAY

ALBERT PARK: Stableford A: J Brophy (10) 34. B: T Wilson (18) 43. C: T Turner (34) 41. BRIGHTON: W Stableford A: M McGowan (20) 37. B: J Bahramis (32) 31. C: L Tritton (35) 37. CHELTENHAM: W Stableford A: P Jowett (15) 35. B: F Hocking (32) 33. C: H Day (41) 33. COMMONWEALTH: W Stableford A: A Alston (12) 36. B: B Vaughan (28) 39. C: J Lewis (37) 43. KINGSTON HEATH: Stableford A: B Norman (16) 40. B: N Fraser (24) 38. W: V Mitchell (15) 34. ROYAL MELBOURNE: W 4B: D Hone (33) A James (29) 9 up. Family: V Temple (17) M Hamilton (22) 10 up. SOUTHERN: Stroke div 1: J McCoy (12) 73 cb. Div 2: I Richardson (15) 75. Div 3: H Huang (22) 73. WOODLANDS: W Stableford A: M Hong (17) 34. B: D Lawrence (25) 39. C: L Carter (37) 38.

THURSDAY

BRIGHTON: Stableford: J McAlpine (26) 41. CHELTENHAM: Stableford: N Woff (12) 38 cb. COMMONWEALTH: AMCR 72 Stableford A: R Warren (15) 38 cb. B: K Carnie (16) 43. C: G Vaughan (29) 37 cb. KINGSTON HEATH: Women Par A: C Cazaly (13) sq. B: W Parkes (27) sq. C: E Byrne (28) 1 down. MENTONE: AWCR 70 Par A: R Jakobi (20) 3 up. B: M Keenan (31) 3 down cb. C: D Efthim (36) 1 down. D: J Chandler (42) 2 up. SOUTHERN: Par div 1: K Summers (9) 3 up. Div 2: D Sanderson (23) 2 up. VICTORIA: 4B: P Sheehy (15) G Ferrari (14) 8 up. Indiv White: L MacKechnie (25) sq. Blue: C Martin (16) 3 up cb. WOODLANDS: Par A: D Hayes (11) 7 up. B: K Clarke (14) 4 up. C: D Power (19) 3 up. D: J Petts (24) 1 up.

FRIDAY

LAKES VIEW: Medley Stroke 9-hole: R Downing (17) 25. METROPOLITAN: AWCR 74 Stableford: D Baulch (7) 35.

SATURDAY

BRIGHTON: Medal: S Bashfield (14) 61. Trophy: M Slatter (28) 62. Scr: M Turner 76. W: A Nunn (37) 76. CHELTENHAM: Medal: J Burggraaff (14) 65. Trophy: G Hay (13) 67 cb. Veteran Trophy: T Mackriel (23) 4 down. July: M Hall (15) 32. COMMONWEALTH: AMCR 72 Stableford A: D Taylor (4) 41. B: R Shelton (20) 42. C: J Wright (26) 42. Trophy: R Shelton (20) 42 cb. AWCR 75: C White (15) 33. KINGSTON HEATH: Medal: R Deacon (9) 69. Scr: J Loomes 72. LAKESVIEW: Medal: J Yates (11) 58. METROPOLITAN: Ambrose: B Fynmore A Fujiwara R Matthews L Michel (7-1/8) 55-7/8. ROYAL MELBOURNE: Stableford East A: M Douge (11) 40. B: D Dumas (25) 37. Father-Son West: C Cranstoun S Cranstoun (8-1/4) 58-3/4. SANDRINGHAM: AMCR 68 Stroke A: P Johnston (14) 68. B: J McCarthy (16) 67. C: J Rumbold (23) 65. Medal: J Graves (20) 65 cb. SOUTHERN: Stroke Div 1: C Lim (2) 72 cb. Div 2: N Warren (15) 71. Div 3/Medal: C Barrile (18) 67. VICTORIA: Stroke A: L Armour (9) 67. B: P Sheehy (15) 68. C: B Porter (19) 72 cb. Par White: S Ryding (25) 5 up. WOODLANDS: Stroke A: D Hayes (10) 69. B/Medal: A Taylor (15) 65. C: A Bode (26) 74. W/Medal: H Kahn (19) 73.

■ SAILING

SANDRINGHAM: Round The Sticks Ht 2 Race 9: YV Div 1: Dark Energy (J Lindholm). YV Div 2: Barinya (Gary Mulroyan). AMS Div 1: Dark Energy. AMS Div 2: Fast Company (A Doggett D Edwards). IRC Div 1: Goldfinger (P Blake K Mitchell). IRC Div 2: Fast Company.

■ RUGBY UNION

VRU: Dewar Shield: Prem 1: Melbourne 26 d Power House 23, Moorabbin 30 d Footscray 29. Prem 2: Melbourne 26 d Endeavour Hills 7, Harlequin 41 d Moorabbin 29. Prem 3: Melbourne 28 d Moorabbin 27, Harlequin 22 d Footscray 20. A Grade: Wyndham City 20 d Eltham 16. B Grade: Melbourne 33 d Maroondah 0.


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Tough one for Vampires

BRIEFS

CHRIS HOPKINS

EAST Brighton faces a tough first week of the SFL finals against in-form Chelsea Heights at Meade Reserve on Saturday. East Brighton had the week off after finishing a game clear on top of the Division 1 ladder, while Chelsea Heights thrashed St Paul’s-East Bentleigh by 55 points on Saturday to march into the semi finals. The Vampires and the Demons lost just five games between them in the regular season and won one each in their two meetings. Chelsea Heights gained a slight psychological advantage with victory by 51 points just two weeks ago, kicking 11 goals for the day and keeping the Vampires to just two in each half. They also met at East Brighton’s Hurlingham Reserve in round 8, when the Vampires ran out 35-point winners, although it wasn’t until the final quarter that they were finally shook off the Demons. East Brighton will be chasing redemption this season after its 10-goal loss to St Paul’s-East Bentleigh in last year’s grand final. Coaching staff said the players needed no extra motivation, such was the hurt of being runners-up last year, but the Vampires desperately needed to recapture the form which saw them win their first 14 matches if they were to beat in-form Chelsea Heights. The winner of the semi-final clash will go straight through to the grand final. The loser will go to the next week’s preliminary final. DANIEL PAPROTH

MATCH REPORT

■ FAYMAN ON FIRE David Fayman kicked a seasonbest eight goals, taking his tally for the year to 60, as Beaumaris beat AJAX 20.14 (134)-19.10 (124) in VAFA Premier B at the weekend. The win wrapped up third place for Beaumaris, which will meet fourth-placed Old Melburnians in Saturday’s first semi final. Uni Blacks will meet St Kevins in the other semi final.

AND THE PACK FLIES: Sandy’s Sam Dunell (38) is right in the action against Box Hill

Sandy’s season slips away BY DANIEL PAPROTH dpaproth@fairfaxmedia.com.au SANDRINGHAM’S VFL season ended with a whimper after a 30-point loss to Box Hill in the elimination final on Saturday. The Zebras went into the match at Trevor Barker Oval feeling confident after taking it up to minor premiers Casey the week before and were certainly competitive early in the match. The Zebras made the best possible start, booting five goals to three in the first quarter for a 12-point lead. The Hawks reversed the ledger in

the second quarter with five goals to three to draw level at half-time. The stage was set for a second-half showdown but the Hawks lifted their intensity in the third quarter as Sandringham looked lethargic. With his team trailing by 20 points at three-quarter time, Sandringham coach Simon McPhee asked his players to keep it simple and attack directly. But, despite their efforts, Box Hill were simply too good. McPhee said it was a disappointing end the season. ‘‘We got spanked around the clearances and they got it in too quickly,’’

he said. ‘‘We weren’t able to help each other out. It was lost around the contest and we couldn’t get our hands on the footy for the first 10 minutes of the third quarter.’’ SANDRINGHAM 14.4 (88) Goals: M. Marigliani 3, D. Markworth 3, D. Archer 2, T. Curren 2, J. Coleman, B. Peake, B. Dowler, C. Shenton. Best: D. Markworth, S. Dunell, T. Curren, M. Sikora, J. Williams, C. Shenton. BOX HILL 18.10 (118) Goals: B. McCauley 4, X. Ellis 3, M. Bailey 2, A. Pattison 2, D. Pratt 2, L. Andrews 2, C. Cassidy , A. Frank, S. Savage. Best: L. Andrews, T. Schneider, S. Savage, M. Hallahan, T. Duryea, M. Bailey.

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Coach says farewell after Hampton’s horror year VAFA club Hampton Rovers is looking for a new senior coach after Russell Barnes resigned following the final game of the season. The 188-point loss to Fitzroy on Saturday ended a season in which Hampton lost all 18 games in Premier C. The club will be demoted to Division 1, along with Monash Blues. It has been a shocking two years for Hampton, which was demoted

■ GRAMMAR AGONY ENDS Caulfield Grammarians’ winless VAFA Premier A season finally came to an end with a 13.10 (88) to 18.8 (126) loss to Old Trinity on Saturday. Caulfield lost all 18 games and finished the year with a percentage of 58.7, four games and more than 20 per cent behind second-last Old Trinity. Both will play in Premier B in 2013. Collegians won the minor premiership after a 9.18 (72)–9.8 (62) win over second-placed Old Xaverians.

from Premier B in 2011 after finishing last with two wins and a draw. President Jim Westhead said Barnes would leave the club on good terms. “In a difficult period his coaching has been nothing short of magnificent, particularly in terms of developing young players,’’ he said. ‘‘We are indebted to him.” The Rovers have lost a significant number of players over the past two

years, mostly to country football clubs who have the money to splash around; VAFA rules stipulate that players can’t be paid. “Russell has done a better job than anyone else could have,” Westhead said. “If you don’t have the personnel, it wouldn’t matter if you had Mick Malthouse or Leigh Matthews out there coaching.” The club is seeking a playing coach for the 2013 season and

Westhead expects the club to bounce back quickly. “We are very, very confident,” he said. “We’ve had a terrible year on the field but 19 out of 20 things at the club are a tick. “Every aspect of this club is going well except for on-field.” Anyone interested in the role of player coach or playing can call Jim Westhead on 0407 342 234. – DANIEL PAPROTH

■ RAMS INTO FINAL Moorabbin Rams will play off for rugby union’s Dewar Shield at Sparks Reserve on Saturday after a nail-biting 30-29 win over Footscray in the semi final on Saturday. They will meet unbeaten Melbourne after their 26-23 win over Power House in the other semi. ■ GREEN CALLED UP Bentleigh Greens player Luke O’Dea is in Vietnam with the Young Socceroos as part of a 20-man squad in the Asian Football Federation under-19 tournament. He and Melbourne Heart’s David Vrankovic were the only two Victorians selected by head coach Paul Okon. ■ LUNCH WITH GRAMMAR Caulfield Grammarians’ AFL grand final eve lunch, featuring speakers Gary Ablett jnr, David Schwarz and Liam Pickering, will be held at the Powerhouse Function Centre in Albert Park on Friday, September 28. Tickets are $120 each, and include food and drink. From 12.30pm4.30pm. Apply by September 21. Details: cgfc.com.au. ■ BLACK ROCK PRESENTS Black Rock Football Club will hold its presentation night at Beaumaris RSL on Friday, September 7. Tickets are $40 and include finger food and beer and wine for the first hour. From 7pm. Details: visit blackrockfc.com.

SEPTEMBER 5, 2012

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