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INSIDE ELECTION 2012 Four incumbents including mayor Heinz Kreutz made a decisive return to council in the weekend’s municipal elections ■ PAGE 3

CRECHE CRUNCH Boroondara’s child care centres are struggling to meet demand despite a doubling of places at Hawthorn Community Precinct ■ PAGE 5

SPORT Balwyn beats old rival Kew in sub-district cricket clash, and other highlights from the weekend’s local games ■ PAGE 31

TREVOR PHILLIPS from Friends of Gardiners Creek surveys the day’s catch of plastic bags, bottles, cans and other unwelcome debris collected from the waterway he helps care for. The conservation group is concerned that Melbourne’s inadequate sewerage infrastructure and increasing paving of the Yarra’s urban catchment areas are damaging the health of Gardiners Creek and other waterways. ■ REPORT P3

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grew up in Camberwell and returned after years of living abroad to the family home in the world’s most liveable city. While back for a few years in the early ’80s I found that the Cain government had declared Camberwell Junction to be a ‘‘district centre’’ and it would all be commercial and bigger than Chadstone. So I joined the Camberwell Residents Group and in ’82 was elected to the council. The fight to protect the area went on for years with a win for the community in the end and we had a good shopping centre. That was until the Bracks/Brumby government brought in ‘‘activity centres’’ and then-planning minister Justin Madden approved the dreadful green-glass buildings that have risen over the Junction — Unjust Madden’s Green Shrek, as I told him I would call them. We almost had another disaster: the Camberwell Station ruination. Nine years ago, we put out a flyer with a red ribbon and the first person to call was actor Geoffrey Rush. He is a station user and loves it. We had a huge public meeting at the town hall followed by an even bigger street march led by Geoffrey and Barry Humphries, who grew up in Camberwell. There followed years of committees and meetings with a series of planning ministers, an actual proposal and Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal approval of what we believed would be the ugliest building in Melbourne. Imagine the delight that spread across Camberwell and East Hawthorn when VicTrack recently

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announced the development was cancelled. So the station is saved. Of course, there are those who think I am wrong. People say we are selfish and NIMBYs [Not In My Back Yard] and that we should allow others to come here to live. They don’t understand that if we allowed high density, the area would not be desirable any more and no one would win. Of course I get attacked, but I always come back with a soft answer; everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, and often with good

reasonable arguments people usually understand. When we started the marathon to save the station, we also founded Boroondara Residents Action Group of which I am still vice-president. Because of publicity we received other groups called me to do something together, so I started Planning Backlash Inc, a coalition across city, coast and country, which is non-political and only concerned about inappropriate development. This has grown to 250 groups.

PROFILE MARY DROST LIVES: Camberwell WHAT I LOVE ABOUT CAMBERWELL: Camberwell is one of the most attractive heritage areas in Melbourne with beautiful tree-lined streets. It also has friendly, sensible, normal people. WHAT I WOULD CHANGE: Why would you want to change anything?


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Creek’s toxic harvest raises a big stink BY ALISON BARCLAY abarclay@mmpgroup.com.au

GARDINER’S Creek dishes up many dubious delicacies for Trevor Phillips. There’s polystyrene, ideal for killing birds that ingest its beads, plus spray cans, bottles and swathes of dirty plastic, sometimes served on a long-lost frisbee. One good downpour and the

effect is spectacular. ‘‘We get plastic bags hanging from trees any time the water rises,’’ says Mr Phillips, who with the Friends of Gardiner’s Creek has spent eight years revegetating the Glen Iris stretch. The Friends say the water has been rising higher and faster because of paving of the Yarra’s urban catchment area. A big stink that put Glenburn Bend under a

metre of contaminated water last year confirmed their worst fear – that Melbourne’s sewerage system just can’t cope. In Melbourne Water’s 2011 tests, the creek at Ashwood was the second dirtiest place in the Yarra system, with an average 2575 e. coli organisms per 100 millilitre. Mr Phillips says that if the state government wants to spend $1 billion cleaning up Melbourne’s rivers and bays, as

announced this month, it could start with the sewers. ‘‘When there’s a heavy rainfall event, Melbourne Water lets the sewage go into Gardiner’s Creek,’’ he says. ‘‘The system can’t keep up with the load; they have to release sewage into the creek or it goes back into people’s houses. ‘‘Every road they build, every major development they allow, every car park they pave, all the rain-

fall runs off into Gardiner’s Creek.’’ Melbourne Water says it aims to have 50 per cent of its rivers and creeks in good or excellent condition by 2015, after a 2005 study found 44 per cent – including Gardiner’s Creek – were poor. Environment Minister Ryan Smith says his department is offering community groups grants of up to $10,000 to support work reducing litter and monitoring water quality.

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CHRIS HOPKINS

Councillors hold their ground BY ALISON BARCLAY

STILL COUNTING: Almost 90,000 votes were counted by 110 VEC staff at the Boorondara council offices

FOUR councillors including the former mayor have made a decisive return to Boroondara council, another is out and yet another was on a knife edge as he held onto his ward by a handful of preferences in the weekend’s election. Final results from the Victorian Electoral Commission show Solway ward’s councillor Kevin Chow --- up against six candidates for his Glen Iris and Ashburton patch – had 50.32 per cent of the vote after preferences. Cr Chow polled 3267 primary votes or 35.12 per cent. Hard on his heels was Glen Iris architect Garry Thompson, with 49.68 per cent after preferences. Equally thrilling was the fight for Glenferrie ward, which was vacated by Cr Phil Meggs.There was genuine competition between Greens candidate James Searle, blind lawyer Steve Hurd and Glenferrie Traders Association president Mark Henderson.

With the primary vote almost evenly split among the trio, Mr Hurd took Glenferrie with 59.14 per cent after preferences from Mr Searle. Maling, Maranoa, Cotham and Bellevue wards all have new councillors, two of them female. Comfortably returned was Cr Coral Ross in Gardiner, who polled 62.44 per cent of the primary vote against three rivals who all preferenced her last. Down Burke Road in Junction ward, Cr Jack Wegman (61.46 per cent) held on against comeback hopeful Meredith Butler, a former mayor. Mayor Heinz Kreutz polled 58.44 per cent, retaining Lynden against a valiant attempt by popular Save Our Suburbs president Ian Quick (41.56 per cent). And in Studley ward, Cr Phillip Healey powered back with 70.47 per cent of the primary vote against Jacinta Pamamull. It was a less happy day for Bellevue councillor Brad Miles, who lost to newcomer Jim Parke. Mr

Parke, a lawyer, has 54.43 per cent after preferences, ahead of Simon Phipps on 45.57 per cent. In Cotham, the battle was marred by the death on Wednesday of candidate Tony Hilbert, who died suddenly in his garden in Kew. Mr Hilbert, 65, was married with three children and eight grandchildren. After preferences Judith Voce, a former mayor, won Cotham with 59.78 per cent against another ex-mayor, Geoff Hayes, with 40.22 per cent. In Maranoa, Philip Mallis, 20, the 2010 Boroondara Young Citizen of the Year, was elected with 55.12 per cent of the primary vote. His lone rival, 25-year-old businessman Ryan Bartlett, had been the favourite of retiring councillor Nicholas Tragas. Among Maling’s six contenders, Canterbury psychologist Jane Addis emerged victorious with 62.21 per cent after preferences, followed by Stephen Spring on 37.79 per cent. The new council will meet informally this week and will be sworn in on November 12.

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VOX POP HOW PREPARED ARE YOU FOR YOUR VCE EXAMS AND WHAT WILL BE YOUR BEST SUBJECT? GRACE O’HALLORAN, Glen Iris I think all my hard work throughout the year, as well as the dedication of my teachers, have given me a quiet confidence. I feel adequately prepared for my exams. I’m feeling generally good about my subjects, in particular I think theatre studies could be my top subject.

NICOLE LOSCHIAVO, Glen Iris I feel prepared for some subjects, but I am worried about other subjects that I have not really had as much time to study for. I live by the motto ‘‘que sera sera: whatever will be will be’’. I will find out in due time! I’m not sure what my top subject will be, but I’m guessing English or legal studies.

EMMA COWAN, Malvern East I feel sufficiently prepared for my five subjects. I am gaining confidence as each day passes. I have faith in myself; all I can do is my best. It’s hard to know which subject will be my top, however, I feel business management will be my most successful subject.

LOCALSAY Do you feel prepared for VCE exams? EMAIL US yoursay@fairfaxmedia.com.au ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

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THOUSANDS of local students are in the final straight of their secondary school years, with the main VCE exams starting tomorrow. Across Victoria, 42,636 students will sit the English exam and 3431 English as a second language from 9am–12.15pm, the only exams tomorrow. From Friday it’s a hectic schedule of up to 10 VCE and VET exams a day until Thursday, November 22. Of course, there will be a reprieve next Tuesday, November 6, for the Melbourne Cup. This year across Victoria, 82,465 students – including 5328 in Boroondara – are sitting for at least once VCE exam, according to the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. This includes 5546 students doing VCE subjects involving performances and language oral exams, which started on October 8. Students can see their results from 7am on Monday, December 17

■ 82,465 Victoria students (including 841 mature aged) are sitting at least one VCE exam – 44,058 females and 38,407 males ■ 5328 Boroondara students are sitting at least one exam ■ 2500 assessors will mark written exams ■ 42 languages are studied at VCE level; Chinese has the highest enrolment ■ The top 10 VCE subjects this year were: English, further mathematics, psychology, maths methods, health and human development, business management, biology, physical education, chemistry and legal studies


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Pressure builds on kinder places BY ALISON BARCLAY abarclay@mmpgroup.com.au

IF you’re fab, four and finding it hard to get a kindergarten place, go to Balwyn. The suburb still has 27 kinder vacancies for four-year-olds next year – a modest number that nevertheless is the best Boroondara can offer. But if you’re three, join the queue behind 373 Boroondara families who have missed out. Even in the dazzling new Hawthorn Community Precinct, the $11 million revamp of which has doubled the size of its early-learning centre, the waiting list of children aged from six months to five years has stretched to 300 as families stay put in the otherwise convenient suburb. According to Louise Taylor, the director of Hawthorn Early Years (HEY), ‘‘Everyone lives locally, and

with schools just across the road, they pretty much stay for two or three children.’’ HEY will share eight rooms with the Manresa Kindergarten from next year, with capacity for 150. Even so, Ms Taylor says: ‘‘We’re increasing toddler numbers just to help desperate parents waiting to get in. I just think there isn’t enough childcare for the amount of children in this area.’’ The council has not received any applications for new childcare centres or kindergartens in the past year. Future contenders might take as a sparkling example HEY, whose bright, airy rooms and playground shaded by a heritage-listed peppercorn tree are paradise to children fresh out of portables. ‘‘I don’t think I’ve seen them spend so much time outside [before],’’ kindergarten educator Lauren Nash said.

CHILD’S PLAY: Struan and Matilda play at Hawthorn Community Precinct

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Dancer raises the barre for top award CAMBERWELL’S Calvin Hannaford is one of six dancers in the running for Australian Ballet’s highest honour: the $20,000 Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Hannaford started his dance training at the age of three at Bartuccio’s School of Dance, where he also studied jazz and singing. He began his full-time dance training at age 12 at the Victorian College of the Arts

Secondary School before beginning his three-year course at the Australian Ballet School in 2007. He joined the Australian Ballet in 2010. Hannaford could also win the $5000 People’s Choice Award. To vote, SMS Calvin to 0439 BALLET (0439 225 538) or visit telstra.com/ ballet. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday, November 4. Voters automatically go into a

draw to win a VIP ballet weekend for two, including two premium reserve tickets to the opening night of the Australian’s Ballet’s Swan Lake at the Sydney Opera House on November 30, when the Telstra award winners will be announced. The winning voter will also receive two tickets to the VIP afterparty, flights to and from Sydney and accommodation at a four-star hotel.

Pay-up order over posters A NIGHTCLUB promoter who pasted posters all over Boroondara has been ordered to pay almost $8000 after being found guilty of 57 counts of bill posting. The Magistrates’ Court fined Bill Gianoulas $3000 and ordered him to pay $3000 in costs and $1854 in compensation. Council officers caught Gianoulas organising the glueing of posters to public property in and around Glenferrie Road in July 2011. City planning director John Luppino said the prosecution was the first of its kind in Boroondara and would be an important deterrent. ‘‘The offending promoter went to great lengths to glue dozens of posters to light and telephone poles, rubbish bins and trees in Hawthorn, Kew, Camberwell and Balwyn, leading to a gruelling and costly clean-up job,’’ Mr Luppino said. ‘‘A troupe of dedicated council officers negotiated a number of obstacles over a long period to pursue this conviction, and the prosecution is testament to their skill and perseverance.’’ The posters were promoting an event at South Yarra’s Chasers Nightclub. ALISON BARCLAY ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

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Research looks to the Essence

Parkinson’s gala set to bloom again DARREN JAMES

BY TERESA MURPHY

AT A GLANCE

teresa.murphy@fairfaxmedia.com.au

IT WAS a proud day for Melbourne’s Julie and John Sewell a few weeks ago. Their son Dave married Emily Haddad, whom he met at the biennial Tulip Ball Parkinson’s Victoria gala fund-raiser in 2010. Emily works for Medtronic, which pioneered deep brain stimulation therapy to treat people with Parkinson’s. The Parkinson’s cause runs deep in the Sewell family as dad John has lived with the affliction since 2000. In that time, his wife and daughter, Glen Iris resident Joanna Hill, have become Parkinson’s Victoria’s largest independent fund-raisers, amassing more than $80,000 to date. The first ball was held at the Royal South Yarra Tennis Club in 2008 and raised tens of thousands of dollars. The Sewell family is now gearing up for next month’s ball, at the historic Plaza Ballroom at the Regent

■ Parkinson’s disease is a neurological movement disorder with no cure ■ It affects 80,000 Australians; 30 people a day are diagnosed with the disorder ■ It is the second most common neurological condition in Australia after Alzheimer’s ■ One-fifth of those diagnosed are younger than 50 ■ It is nine times more prevalent than most other neurological diseases, but receives less than 3% of the government funding Theatre in Collins Street. ‘‘It’s such a great cause – and such a great night.’’ says Ms Hill, who sits on the board of Parkinson’s Victoria. The Tulip Ball will be held on Saturday, November 10. Tickets are $150 and include live music, threecourse dinner, beverages, silent auctions and lucky tulips. Details: visit tulipball.org.

FROM THE HEART: Julie Sewell and daughter Joanna Hill

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RESEARCH to help those living with Parkinson’s starts in Camberwell next month. The free ‘‘mindfulness’’ program is called Essence, which stands for education, stress management, spirituality (meaning), exercise, nutrition, connectedness (social support) and environment. From November 14, a research group will explore the potential role each of these elements has in managing Parkinson’s and improving quality of life. The researchers aim to find out if this program has any impact on Parkinson’s-related function, health behaviours, mental health and selfempowerment. Parkinson’s Victoria and Monash University are seeking volunteers for the program. Details: brooke.vandenberg@monash.edu or call 9902 4920.

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Arcade access ‘up to council’ BY ALISON BARCLAY abarclay@mmpgroup.com.au

A council car park could be converted to a road to give access to a 12-storey tower above Glenferrie station, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal heard last week. The proposed tower would include 125 student f lats above a 400-seat restaurant and a nightclub. The owner, Careden Pty Ltd, intends to retain the red-brick facade of the shops on the site, which fronts the pedestrian-only Railway Arcade off Glenferrie Road. Boroondara council is opposing the application on the grounds of excessive height, poor internal design, overshadowing of nearby buildings and problems of garbage disposal and goods delivery caused by the lack of vehicle access to the

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Can’t beat this treat IF you watched the AFL Grand Final this year, attended St Kilda Festival or celebrated New Year’s Eve at Federation Square, chances are you’ve heard of D2Drumline. The marching ensemble has stacked up an impressive list of events, playing anything from business conferences to large events. “It’s high-energy, precision drumming – that’s sort of our catchphrase,” said director Campbell Phillips. Phillips attended Scotch College, where he was taught by Steve Liew, who codirects with him. “Steve grew up in Hawthorn; we’ve lived in this area all our lives. We’ve got a lot of history here,” said Phillips. Hawthorn is their marching ground, and they have a rehearsal space in the area. You can catch D2Drumline at the Manningham Multicultural Festival, Ruffey Lake Park, Doncaster, Saturday, November 17.

landlocked site. But barrister Adrian Finanzio, for Careden, said access could be given via the public car park off nearby Serpells Lane. ‘‘Council could build a road,’’ Mr Finanzio said. ‘‘This is within the council’s power to solve.’’ But Boroondara’s director of city planning, John Luppino, told RL that as the council was still considering the car park’s future it would be ‘‘premature’’ to transfer any rights to the land. Hawthorn residents Ree McClelland and Darcy Faulkner presented VCAT with a petition signed by 1003 people defending the arcade – home to a bookshop, record shop and nightclub – as the suburb’s last remnant of laneway culture. VCAT members Jeanette Rickards and Megan Carew are considering their decision following the threeday hearing last week.

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BALWYN NORTH Boroondara police had to shoot a badly injured kangaroo on the Eastern Freeway last Thursday, October 25. The female roo, which had been hit by a vehicle, was lying on the median strip near Burke Road as morning peak-hour traffic was building up. Police had to block outbound traffic while a female officer ‘‘dispatched’’ the roo, which police say would have endangered drivers if it fled on to the highway.

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KEW A manager of the Harp of Erin Hotel had his nose broken during a fight between bouncers and patrons on October 21. Bouncers were evicting a boisterous group of five men, all from northwest Melbourne, around 9.50pm when the fight broke out. Boroondara detectives are investigating.

HAWTHORN EAST A milk bar attendant was held at knifepoint during a robbery on October 21. Two men entered the Burwood Road shop around 5pm, with one allegedly producing a knife and holding it to the throat of the employee. The offenders fled with cash and were last seen travelling towards Hawthorn railway station. One offender was described as 170 centimetres tall, with dark complexion and wearing a silver jacket. The other was Caucasian and wearing a black jacket.

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Blitz on parking fine evaders BY ALISON BARCLAY abarclay@mmpgroup.com.au

FORCED to write off more than $1 million in unpaid fines – mostly of the parking variety – last year, Boroondara council has vowed to get its money using new technology that identifies defaulters’ cars. The Sheriff’s Office will use its numberplate recognition system in Boroondara car parks and shopping precincts to zoom in on vehicles owned by fugitives from fines. The cars will be released from wheel clamps once the fines are paid. The council has also asked the Sheriff’s Office to suspend defaulters’ licences and registrations until they pay up. Council’s director of corporate services, Bruce Dobson, said the $1.1 million write-off in the 2011–12 annual report was ‘‘an accounting treatment’’.

‘‘This sum is almost equal to the annual allocation for new books and materials for council’s library services,’’ Mr Dobson said. Unrecovered parking fines, some dating back four years, accounted for most of it, he said. ‘‘The power to recover these fines still exists and council expects the Infringements Court process to continue pursuit of recovery,’’ he said. ‘‘It is disappointing that the current court system for debt collection is so inadequate. The system needs to change, but in the meantime we are obliged to use it.’’ Drivers hit with a fine are usually given 75 days to pay before the matter is referred to the court. Another $4.9 million in parking fines is still outstanding. Mr Dobson said the worst areas for overstaying were the Camberwell and Hawthorn shopping precincts.

■ SWEARING IN The new council will elect the mayor and committee chairpeople on Monday, November 12 at 6.30pm, with a civic reception to follow at the council chambers in Camberwell. The 10 councillors for 2012–16 were due to be sworn in on Monday, following the weekend’s election results. ■ BEDTIME STORIES With daylight saving keeping the little ones lively until late, Hawthorn Library has resumed its Bedtime Storytime series. Put their PJs on and bring Teddy for the hour-long Storytimes, which take place every Thursday at 7pm. Hawthorn Library is at 584 Glenferrie Road. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

PERMITS PERMITTING The council has received an application to build three dwellings at 3 Lodge Road, Camberwell. A single house occupies the site. The applicant estimates it will cost $900,000 to build the new dwellings.

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Hand for Headspace

Clubs call for quick move to T20 BY EDDIE MORTON emorton@fairfaxmedia.com.au

SLUMPING senior membership numbers at Stonnington’s local cricket clubs are leading to calls for a weekly Twenty20 competition from club managers. Glen Iris Cricket Club president Paul Lourey said introducing the “fast and flashy” form of the sport could curb the number of departing players and help promote the local competition. “In the past two to three years, it has become much harder to attract junior members to play senior

cricket,” said Lourey. He said the shortened match time of a Twenty20 competition better suited players with other weekend commitments, such as children or work. Support for a local T20 competition from other clubs, such as Malvern and Toorak, has been unanimous, but pitch availability is a major concern, with the council increasingly reluctant to hold T20 matches on smaller grounds. “It is understandably so, because of the big hitters in T20,” said Lourey. “There have been a couple of liability issues.”

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Instances of balls being hit into neighbouring yards and on to roads have raised alarm bells from the council and the Victorian Sub Division Cricket Association. “The alternative is to only play on the bigger grounds, but clubs don’t want to play games at neutral venues,” Lourey said.

“T20 cricket appeals to 16 to 18-year-olds much more than your traditional 80-over per day cricket … if we had regular weekend T20 competition, it would be easier to attract these cricketers.” Both Glen Iris and Malvern Cricket clubs have reported climbing junior membership numbers since 2010. Malvern club secretary Anthony Hillier said junior numbers continued to climb at an encouraging rate. “Cricket’s popularity always increases in line with Ashes series, so will explode again next season,” Hillier said.

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Doubt on $1b damage bill BY BRIDGET FITZGERALD bridget.fitzgerald@fairfaxmedia.com.au

A BILLION-DOLLAR climate change damage bill for coastal communities over the next 90 years is an underestimate, according to a CSIRO expert. The figure comes from the Port Phillip Coastal Adaptation Pathways Program – due to be released in February – outlining the extent of future flood and storm damage caused by climate change. Brighton-based atmospheric scientist Barrie Pittock said the future for municipalities such as Bayside, which has a 17km coastline, was far more serious than most people realised and would cost more than the $1 billion estimate. He said sea level rise needed to be considered in state and local planning laws. Bayside city strategy director Shiran Wickramasinghe said the council took sea level rise into consideration when issuing planning permits, but must also rely on state planning laws. But he said there was a lot of uncertainty about how to manage risk. Planning Minister Matthew Guy’s spokeswoman Rachel Obradovic pointed to changes in state coastal planning policy, in June, which included increasing floor level limits and being committed to plan for a 0.8 metre sea level rise by 2100. 10 BOROONDARA REVIEW LOCAL

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STUDENTS at Fitzroy High have helped launch a national program to support schools through the aftermath of suicide. Headspace School Support will help secondary schools to manage the effects of suicide, which is the largest cause of death among young Australians. The service will help prepare schools in responding to a suicide-related crisis, and facilitate training for staff to identify students at risk. Australian Bureau of Statistics reports that 113 young people aged 15 to 19 died through suicide in 2010. Headspace CEO Chris Tanti said for every young person who died by suicide, significantly more were affected. “We know that every school community will be different, with unique circumstances and needs,” he said. “We also know that every teacher is aware of the mental health needs of their students, so we’ve made sure the program is flexible and able to deliver the support needed in whatever configuration is appropriate.”

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CAVORTING AT THE CONVENT Dancing will be one of many ways the popular Abbotsford Convent will celebrate its open day on November 11. Convent chief executive Maggie Maguire, pictured here with KAGE Physical Theatre dance instructor Josh Lowe and his troupe of performers, has put together a day full of activities and entertainment. There will be pop-up food stands and market stalls, live music in the lush gardens, a ping-pong tournament, DJs spinning the decks, writers including Maureen McCarthy and Tony Wilson hosting talks, and much more from 11am to 5pm for the eighth annual open day. Details: www.abbotsfordconvent.com.au.

OCTOBER 31, 2012

BAYSIDE residents are being urged to report graffiti online as part of a new scheme named Operation Cooperation. Bayside crime prevention officer, Leading Senior Constable Peter Jarvis, said a website had been set up to enable residents to report graffiti by using their digital camera or a smart phone. He said police would use GPS co-ordinates to locate each tag and compile a database of graffiti hotspots to develop an action plan for those areas. Mr Jarvis said the operation enabled everyone to work together to identify, investigate, prosecute, and reduce graffiti in Bayside, Kingston and Glen Eira. Visit vandaltrak.com.au.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ■ ROAD TO NOWHERE I ride from Hawthorn East to Southern Cross station, sometimes using the Yarra Trail bike path and other times using back streets of Hawthorn and Richmond. The Wallen Road/Swan Street/ Madden Grove section (from Power Street to Burnley station) is so hairraising I gave up riding on the road years ago and take the footpath. Truck and car drivers hoon along, racing and cutting each other off with the least regard for cyclists. I would love a wider shared path on that section and a pedestrian crossing at the roundabout of Madden and Loyola groves. Meaghan Kelly / via email ■ LET IT RIDE Peter Campbell’s plan for a new, safer east-west bike route from Box Hill to Hawthorn (‘‘On his bike and in poll position’’, RL, October 17) deserves support from both local and state governments. I see large numbers of cyclists mixing it with the motor traffic on

Burwood Road in morning and afternoon peak periods, and I admire their skill and determination. But we need cycle routes that are suitable for riders aged from 8 to 80. Above all we need safe routes for children to cycle to school. I can’t imagine many parents allowing their children to ride along Burwood Road in peak times. Yet this is the route currently shown on the Principal Bicycle Network. Northern European countries such as Holland and Denmark have retrofitted safe cycling routes in their cities. With a bit of determination we can do the same. Julia Blunden / via email

■ VERY SPECIAL THANKS Congratulations and thank you to Commonwealth Bank Malvern and BP Prahran for their generosity during the Very Special Kids 2012 Piggy Bank Appeal. Commonwealth Bank Malvern raised $2060.65 and $3300 came from BP Prahran, which contributed to the total of $1.44 million raised by Victorians for Very

Special Kids. This funding will continue to help support 201 local families of children in the Southern Metro region. Sister Margaret Noone / Patron, Very Special Kids

QUOTABLE I CAN’T IMAGINE MANY PARENTS ALLOWING THEIR CHILDREN TO RIDE ALONG BURWOOD ROAD IN PEAK TIMES. Julia Blunden

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■ IN TRAINING I had a good laugh at Matt Golding’s cartoon of Tony Abbott’s budgie smugglers (Letters, RL, October 17). But let’s be fair. He doesn’t call interviews during ironman events and reporters don’t chase him there. It’s only photographers looking for a bad shot. There are never any shots of him riding his bike 100km or running the marathon. They would be boring. Don Hampshire / via email ■ RETAIL FAIL With all these empty shops about, landlords need to realise retail shopping has changed (‘‘Internet sales add up to evolving future for shopping strips’’, RL, October 24), and so should their rents. Louise / via email

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Go with the mo What started out as a joke between friends in a Melbourne bar has become a global phenomenon, writes ALANA SCHETZER

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ot since the ’70s have so many men been so proud to sport a hairy top lip. But back in 2003, when friends Travis Garone and Luke Slattery came up with the seed of an idea over a few drinks in a Melbourne bar, the sight of a man with a mo seemed distinctly, if slightly ridiculously, noteworthy. “We thought it was really funny and we were laughing about trends and how things come in and out of fashion,” says Garone.“We were joking about the whole moustache thing and we struck up a gentlemen’s agreement on who could grow the best moustache at the time.” Thirty or so friends joined in, including Garone’s brother, Adam, who became a co-founder, executive director and eventually chief executive of Movember. The following year, about 450 men came on board, grew a mo during November and raised $54,000 for men’s prostate and mental health programs. And so a global phenomenon was born. Last year Movember, the Melbourne-born, month-long moustache-growing campaign in the name of men’s health, raised more than $124 million through the efforts of more than 850,000 ‘‘Mo Bros’’ across the globe. In Australia, the national depression initiative beyondblue and the Prostate Cancer Foundation are the main beneficiaries. According to beyondblue, one in eight men will experience depression in their lifetime and the problem remains under-diagnosed. Simply put,Travis Garone says many men are reluctant to go to the doctor and even more loath to confide in friends when they’re struggling. That’s seldom an issue for women, he observes. Travis, a graphic designer, was working on Breast Cancer Australia’s Pink Ribbon campaign when Movember was getting going and was inspired by the attention devoted to women’s health.“We were blown away by the amount of passion and energy and time and commitment women gave their health,” he says. But Movember hasn’t just raised money for men’s health. It has also managed to make doing so, well, cool. At a time when many people are suffering from charity fatigue, it was important to stand out from the start,Travis says.

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“It’s all about having fun, taking the piss and doing the polar opposite of what you’d expect,” he says.“We made a conscious decision that we wouldn’t do auctions, we wouldn’t do coin tins at traffic lights and we wouldn’t try and grab money from every possible touch point. “We never wanted to be charity warriors; we just wanted to be fun and irreverent, but at the same time give guys and girls a platform to be a bit rock’n’roll about it.’’ Women can help out, too, as Mo Sistas, by encouraging the men in their life to take part or just by talking to them about men’s health issues. For something that started as a friendly challenge, Movember has had a serious impact on both research funding and awareness of men’s health. In 2009, a beyondblue survey revealed that 82 per cent of Movember participants talked about men’s health with friends or family and 38 per cent had encouraged a friend or family member to visit a doctor. No one is more astounded by Movember’s stunning success than Adam Garone.‘‘When we started, all we wanted to do was something good in the community. Now we get so many emails from guys saying Movember enabled them to tell their friends for the first time about their depression … it can change lives.” In 2006, Movember was launched in New Zealand and today the campaign runs in 10 countries, including the United States, Canada, Denmark and South Africa. Clearly, the mo’s appeal is universal. Now based in Los Angeles, Adam oversees the company’s growing international involvement, including the expansion this year to seven more countries, including Hong Kong and Austria. He says the expansion is aggressive because he wants more men to catch on to the message about looking after their health. For Dugald Christie-Johnston, 45, growing a mo for Movember is a deeply personal journey. His father was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the late 1990s. His father recovered, but not before warning his four brothers to get themselves checked out. Unfortunately, one of the brothers died from the disease. “It’s a pretty simple thing to do, to grow a moustache,’’ says ChristieJohnston.‘‘And it’s a great opportunity

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quite regularly and the knowledge and awareness of depression has increased significantly. “People now understand depression and anxiety is quite common; the work we still need to do is removing the stigma attached to it.” Beyondblue has received $56 million from Movember since 2006, including $12 million last year. Without that funding, Carnell says, it could only do a quarter of the work it is doing on programs for men. Movember is also helping to fund research into a test that can detect which type of prostate cancer a man has, as well as programs to improve quality of life for cancer survivors. Last year Movember also launched plan to connect various research bodies across the world so they can share findings and collaborate on projects. But as significant as Movember’s impact has been, there is so much more to do, says Adam.The women’s health movement, he says, is still 10 to 15 years ahead of men’s. Closing that gap is the next goal.“We need to get to the stage where no men are dying from prostate cancer,’’ he says. ‘‘We still need better support and screening processes.” Now notorious for bringing the mo back into fashion, the Garone brothers proudly wear their convictions on their faces yearround. But unlike the fashion fuzz of the 1970s and 1980s, Adam says it’s better this time around because “with a great moustache comes great responsibility”. To register as a Mo Bro or Mo Sista, or for more information, visit movember.com.

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to talk about health, which is really important, as I’ve learnt.’’ His father seldom went to the doctor before he was diagnosed, a common male habit ChristieJohnston wants to help break with his Movember participation. “I’ve got quite a big group of friends and they’re really big on raising awareness, especially now that we’re in our 40s,’’ he says. ‘‘I’ve become more aware of mates struggling with depression. I had one good friend who’d be struggling massively and the more you hear about it, the more you realise that it’s happening all around us. Now we ask each other how we are, which I think is a big step.” This year marks ChristieJohnston’s fifth year as a Mo Bro and he hopes to raise at least $2000, but he says it’s the awareness raised and the conversation between mates that has the biggest impact. “The most critical thing is that we make sure we’re healthy ourselves and we challenge our friends to do the same thing.,’’ he says. While Movember lasts only 30 days a year, the campaign is a year-round operation.The group’s board and staff are deeply involved in researching the programs their money will be pumped into. Beyondblue chief executive Kate Carnell says her organisation sits down with the Movember board each year to determine which of its programs should be funded. ‘‘At the moment our programs include antidiscrimination and major support of our 1300 info line.” Beyondblue also targets at-risk men going through difficult life events, such as separation, divorce and cancer. Movember-funded campaigns and research are making an impact, Carnell says. “The game has changed quite significantly in the past 10 years. We talk about men’s mental health

There was a time not too long ago when a moustache was considered a serious style crime. Yet some tidy ’taches have stood the test of time and turned their owners into icons.

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nbeknown to most of us, there’s a lot going on beneath our feet in Boroondara. Several creeks flow under our suburbs – under roads, school grounds and reserves – albeit encased in concrete

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GLASS CREEK, KEW

and well out of sight. One such waterway is Glass Creek, which flows from North Balwyn to Kew East all underground – beneath Burke Road, Stradbroke Park, Kew High School, High Street, Harrison Reserve and Kilby Road. It reverts

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Name: Penny Breed: Terrier mix Age: 10 years (approx) Colour: Tan and black Sex: Female (desexed) Penny is a very sweet terrier mix who loves nothing more than having a pat and sitting on a lap. She enjoys mild exercise and would make a great companion, although she is best suited to a home without young children. Penny has a mild heart murmur which is common in older small dogs. It is not causing a problem at present but may require treatment in the future.

to an open creek in beautiful Hays Paddock. A tributary of the Yarra River, Glass Creek was barrelled in 1963 when Kew High opened. Words and photographs courtesy of kewhistory.com.

All animals at The Lost Dogs’ Home can be adopted for $95 (kittens $170) and are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and wormed. Please note, Penny may have been adopted since going to press, but there are many more cats like her in need of a home.

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TIME OF HIS LIFE Hawthorn East photographer EDDIE HOBSON is capturing Australia on film one frame at a time ith a bachelor of arts majoring in politics and history under his belt, a half-completed master’s in police intelligence and counter terrorism, studies in singing and dancing at Steps on Broadway in New York and a stint working on an Australian feature film set, it’s safe to say Eddie Hobson has options when it comes to his career. For now, though, the 23-year-old has chosen to be a time lapse photographer. Hobson first fell in love with photography after completing a director’s attachment on local feature film John Doe (due to be released later this year). Under the mentorship of director Kelly Dolen and on-set photographer Dennys Ilic, Hobson learnt the basics of photography. Six months later Hobson saw his first time-lapse video, of Las Vegas, which blew him away.

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“It was such an extraordinary way to capture such a vibrant city with all of the chaos that was going on but still with these transitions from day to night. It just had a beautiful, surreal feel to it,” he says. “When you start to get into timelapse photography you look at everything in a different way.” Days after our interview Hobson left his Hawthorn East home for Perth to embark on a self-funded project to photograph Australia in time lapse over 100 days. After travelling through all eight states and territories, he plans to edit the 500,000 plus photos into a series of time-lapse videos of the capital cities and regional areas; a short time lapse film and, hopefully, a book of the best shots. Hobson honed his time-lapse photography skills through online tutorials and lots of trial and error. His first attempt involved setting

up his tripod and camera on a Southbank pedestrian bridge and taking photos at 10-second increments for five hours. Although the end result didn’t have the zing Hobson was looking for, his technique these days is basically the same. “I can be at a location anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours, depending on what kind of shot I want to get. If it’s a chaotic city you don’t have to be there for very long because there is so much movement going on.” The trip around Australia has been nine months in the planning. “It’s just a ‘why not?’ opportunity,” Hobson says.“Everything is being done so it can be shared . . . people can see all that Australia has to offer.” Follow Hobson’s progress at: facebook.com/TimelapseAustralia JOANNE SIM jsimm@mmpgroup.com.au

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LOOK Things were all black ack and NE blue at SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY in ek Hawthorn last week

CLEO COPPINGER Lives: Balwyn North. Works: I’m in year 12. ay? I’m on What are you doing today? my way to school. What are you wearing? Dr Martens boots and an American Apparel top. I made this skirt, and my jacket is from s. I got my bag the Camberwell markets. from etsy.com. Personal style: Lazy. gny. Style muse: Chloe Sevigny.

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Lives: Brunsw Brunswick. Works: I’m a ccharity fund-raiser. What are you doing today? I’m fund-raising on Glenferrie Road. What are you wearing? I get most of my stuff fro from vintage stores and op shops. I’m not really a label type of person. Personal style style: Faux hipster. Style muse: V Vivienne Westwood.

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JOANNE SIM jumps in the deep end at an aqua aerobics class run by Ashburton YMCA everyone is at varying fitness levels, the enthusiasm is high.The regulars pick up instructor Mary’s routine’s quickly while Young Mum 2 and I flounder around.The first half of the 45-minute class is cardio with lots of underwater jogging and kicking.Then we are tossed polystyrene dumb-bells for a weight session. Pushing them deep under the water, it’s amazing how their floatation makes them hard to push under and I quickly feel their effects in my arms and shoulders.

THREE OF THE BEST RACEWEAR BOUTIQUES OSCAR & WILD, 788 Burke Road, Camberwell, and 167 High Street, Kew, call 9939 4841. Pick up your dress and fascinator at the same venue. Each piece of gorgeous headwear is a unique piece of art, with lots of neon and citrus colours this season.

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he water bottles lined up along the pool’s edge should have given me the first clue – today’s

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class isn’t the walk in the park that I expected it to be. With so much of the action occurring under the water, anyone walking past might think we are all bobbing around having a splash about, in reality it’s bloody hard work. Today’s class of 20 are mostly a good 20 to 30 years older than me, so I quickly gravitate to the other class newbie – a young mum like myself. While

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The pool is packed with kids in swimming classes and lap swimmers, but for 45 minutes my focus is squarely on Mary and the Abba tunes blasting from her stereo. The following day, my sore calves are a reminder that I was an aquacise virgin, but I got through the class with little trouble and really enjoyed the experience of a work-out without the feeling of dripping with sweat.

SWOON, 109 Auburn Road, Hawthorn, call 9942 3630 Looking for a quirky outfit that you won’t see on every second woman on Oaks Day? Head to this new boutique run by designers Keegan Hunt and Brahman Percra featuring their own labels, Margery Daw and Elgar & Lyle. DICKORY DOCK LINGERIE, 945 Burke Road, Camberwell, call 9882 1575. You’ve got your dress, bag, shoes and headpiece sorted, but there’s more – underwear. Complete the look at Dickory Dock Lingerie, which provides a personal fitting service.


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PREVIEW ELLY HOYT A NIGHT OF JAZZ IN THE COURT HOUSE Where: Kew Court House, 188 High Street, Kew When: Friday, November 9, 7.30pm Call: 9278 4770 Tickets: Adult $30 Concession $25

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hen singer Elly Hoyt began recording her self-titled debut album in 2010, she had high hopes that it would solidify her career as a jazz vocalist. The album then won an Australian Jazz Bell award for Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album – the jazz world’s answer to an ARIA previously won by singers such as Megan Washington. Soon after taking home the award, Hoyt was accepted into an esteemed song writing workshop at Stanford University in California. Hoyt was in her element working alongside international jazz stars Gretchen Parlato, Rebecca Martin and Becca Stevens. After showcasing her skills, Hoyt went on to perform in New York City. “I was taught some really good things about song

writing,” says Hoyt.“The biggest thing I learnt was that I have all the skills I need, but the only thing holding me back is me - I just need to get past my own fears.” Since then, Hoyt has toured Australia many times, but her pursuit of a career as a jazz vocalist has been a long time in the making. Hoyt’s singing career first took off at the age of 13 after she joined a band funded by jazz and swing musician Don Burrows. Hoyt went on to supported multi-instrumentalist, James Morrison. A year later, she sang the national anthem at an Australia versus New Zealand cricket match. Hoyt has also collaborated with many noted jazz musicians including Phil Stack from Thirsty Merc, Tim Firth, James Sherlock and John Hoffman. “It has been wonderful to be able to work with people who I look up to, but at the same time it has challenged me,” she says. Now 25, Hoyt calls Melbourne home, but often is travelling interstate – one of the perks of the job. “The scene here is absolutely top-class. Some musicians working here are the finest you can have. Melbourne and Sydney are the places to be for music and arts, and for my career.” WILLIAM SHIPTON localscene@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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WHERE Jam Factory WHAT Lawless (MA 15+) WHEN 1:30pm session

OVER HEARD MAN #1: “I HAVE SELECTIVE HEARING PROBLEM...” MAN #2: “HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT A CAREER IN POLITICS?” Lil Boy Blue, Kew / Saturday 1.13pm

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Lives: Parkville. Worth the cost of admission? Definitely. The acting was absolutely fantastic. It was shot really well and the story was really good. Out of 10: 8. Favourite movie: The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Lives: Mentone. Worth the cost of admission? I would say so. This isn’t usually my sort of film, and it’s the second time I’ve seen it. The acting sets it apart from other films. And visually it was really stylised. Out of 10: 7. Favourite movie: Primer.

Lives: Carlton. Worth the cost of admission? Absolutely. I have a little bit of a crush on Tom Hardy. He was fabulous as per usual. Watching him being a manly man was fantastic. Out of 10: 8. Favourite movie: Remember the Titans.

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RETAIL THERAPY THE GALLERY 537 Riversdale Road, Camberwell, call 9882 5022 Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5.30pm; Sunday by appointment

After many years of living in Asia, including a stint in Indonesia as an English teacher, designer Vicky Kandis has a passion for handmade products from the region. Kandis opened The Gallery 20 years ago with partner Pascal Misaipon. The business started with antique furniture from heritage Dutch Colonial hotels in Asia, and quickly became known for its range of timber day beds. When the original antique pieces became difficult to source, the pair introduced a textile range, which includes organic clothes, shawls, handloomed pashminas and bespoke bedding.

WHO’S BUYING Kandis proclaims her customers, who discover The Gallery mainly through word of mouth, as “the

best clients in the world”. She says customers appreciate handmade, high quality products.

WHAT’S IN STORE The Gallery is a treasure trove of carefully selected products, each with a story to tell. Take the incredibly detailed embroidered cashmere shawls (priced from $150 to $4000), created by a group of elderly men in India. Each piece is initialled by the maker and can take up to 18 months to create. Or the finest pashminas you’ll ever find, made from the fleece of a specific goat breed in western Tibet. Venture further into the store and you’ll find a range of jewellery made by Hmong women in Laos, French bed linen and Moroccan light shades. JOANNE SIM jsim@mmpgroup.com.au

ED EDITOR’S PICK PI Ha embroidered Hand Ind Indian cashmere sh shawl, $2295

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ODE TO MY SUBURB Kew resident MICHAEL FOX, managing director of Little Property Group, reveals his favourite places to ... GET A GREAT BREAKFAST I grab a toasted sandwich from Via Verona on High Street Kew.They are the best and coffee is great.

HAVE A BIG NIGHT OUT For a big night out it’s bottles of red at Charcoal Grill on the Hill. Linda always looks after us!

GET AN EXERCISE FIX I go to the new personal training studio called Precision Life. It is a boutique, new centre that is fantastic. I do personal training with Ben Belling and Miro Caminade, and Pilates with Marda Willey.

CATCH UP WITH FRIENDS There are many property professionals in Kew and we catch up every three months at either Barkers or Charcoal Grill on the Hill. Our next function will be at the Kew Hotel for a change.

FIND A NICE BOTTLE OF WINE For wine I’m a regular at Dan Murphy’s in Kew but if I’m looking for something special I still head to The Prince Wine Store. BUY A LAST-MINUTE GIFT Best place for a gift is undoubtedly Bunnings in Hawthorn. I built the store and it was the first multi-level Bunnings outlet in Victoria, so I love going there.

PICK UP TAKEAWAY We love the Thai food at Strictly Thai. BUY SOME COOL THREADS I buy a lot of sporting attire from 2XU and my runners all come from Active Feet in Hawthorn East.

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Where I go… Via Verona 193 High Street, Kew. Call 9853 2657 Precision Life 115 Cotham Road, Kew. Call 8862 0007 Dan Murphy’s 299 High Street, Kew. Call 1300 723 388 Prince Wine Store 177 Bank Street, South Melbourne. Call 9686 3033 Bunnings 230 Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Call 8862 9500 Charcoal Grill on the Hill 289 High Street, Kew. Call 9853 7535 Barkers Wine Bar and Bistro 84 Barkers Road, Hawthorn. Call 9853 6638 Kew Hotel 99 High Street, Kew. Call 9853 8960 Strictly Thai 170 High Street, Kew. Call 9853 0723 2XU 243 Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Call 9819 9521 Active Feet 161 Camberwell Road, Hawthorn East. Call 9882 6266.

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HAMILTON (HAMMY) MCMEECHAN 30.12.1942 – 1.10.2012 ASHBURTON United Soccer Club coach and former Socceroo Hamilton McMeechan passed away on October 1, aged 71. Better known as Hammy, he was an influential and well-loved presence at the club and the coach of the under-12 Wallabies Green team. Born in Scotland, McMeechan moved to Australia in 1963 and was one the country’s best soccer players in the 1960s with seven

Socceroo caps and numerous state games to his credit. He was a member of the Socceroo squad in Australia’s first World Cup qualifying campaign in 1965. He continued to play and coach at various clubs and in 1983 played for a Victorian veterans’ team against NSW at Olympic Park. A much-loved and respected member of the local community, McMeechan regularly assisted senior citizens in a retirement village in recent years by taking them shopping, and was a great role model at Ashburton United. Club president David Teagle said McMeechan brought many attributes to the club.“Hammy arrived at the club bringing with him that great Scottish sense of humour which was infectious, a wealth of experience and a long list of credentials.At times it was almost hidden as he was humble, modest and unassuming about them all, but this was his way.We all have fond memories and stories of Hammy, whether it be at match days, holiday clinics, presentation days or end of season functions.”

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WHAT’S ON FOOD & WINE BY GUMBO! IT’S CAMBERWELL’S COOLEST BAR Gen and Michael Cotter’s cracking new beer bar East of Everything brings a little bit of Fitzroy to Camberwell, with an unmarked stairway entrance, stripped back aesthetic and hip staff. Enjoy pints of boutique brew including Holgate’s Roadtrip IPA with the world’s best drinking snack: the po’boy. This southern sandwich features crunchy prawns with shredded lettuce, tomato, pickles, Cajun-spiced remoulade and Crystal hot sauce, packed into a fluffy roll. They’ll be on offer every Friday and Sunday, courtesy of the Gumbo Food Truck, the Cotter’s booming side project. East of Everything, Level 3, 72 Auburn Parade, Camberwell. Every Friday and Sunday from 12pm. Details: call 9882 1086.

CONCERT STORIES AND MUSIC FOR THE YOUNG AND YOUNG-AT-HEART The program for the latest concert by the Orchestra of U3A Hawthorn includes Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf with Beverley Menzies as narrator, Mozart’s Toy Symphony and Raiders March. There will also be music by Elgar and Strauss, with light refreshments during interval and children are free. Madeleine Performing Arts Centre, Genazzano Girls College, 301 Cotham Road, Kew. On November 4, at 2.30pm. Details: call 9821 0282.

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Hawthorn/Malvern Yoga Centre instructor Jacqui has decades of teaching experience in yoga styles in Australia, Europe and India.This meditation course encourages stillness in the mind, and helps students enter an “oasis of calm”. Studies show that anxiety and stress can be alleviated though meditation, so give it a go. It’s the perfect weekend wind-down. Hawthorn/Malvern Yoga Centre, 6/1 Milton Parade, Malvern. On November 3, at 1pm-2pm. Details: call 9885 9455.

Uninspired by 50 Shades of Grey? Feel like finally tackling those literary classics? There’s nothing quite like a personal reccomendation to open your literary horizons. Head down to the Hawthorn Library , where staff will discuss the latest books on loan, introduce new titles, and review some old favourites. Bookings are not required and there will be snacks and tea provided. Hawthorn Library, 584 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. November 8, at 2pm. Details: call 9278 4666.

Each week the five libraries in Boroondara hold storytelling sessions for children aged three to five. As well as storytelling, expect nursery rhymes, songs and activities to entertain the children (and their parents!). Ashburton Library, Thursday at 11am; Balwyn Library, Tuesday at 11am; Camberwell Library, Monday at 11am; Hawthorn Library, Friday at 11am; Kew Library, Wednesday at 11am. Until December 3. Details: call 9278 4666.

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For anyone unfamiliar with the chaotic world of social media, this class will provide a run down on the basics of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other ways people are interacting online. By the end of the session, participants could feel a lot more comfortable about what their children are doing online. Bowen Street Community Centre, 102 Bowen Street, Camberwell. November 10, 9.30am-12.30pm. Details: call 9889 0791.

It’s called Rhythm n Soul, and it’s a befitting title for this choir that convenes each week on Monday evenings at Auburn Uniting Church to belt out numbers by Coldplay, Adele, Katy Perry, Sarah McLachlan, and the Soweto Gospel Choir. New members are welcome, and auditions are not necessary. Auburn Uniting Church, 81 Oxley Road, Hawthorn Monday evenings until December 10, at 7.30pm-9pm. Details: call 9818 1119

ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONVERSATION CLUB If English is your second language, take this opportunity to practise in a group with a qualified tutor.The group meets weekly and is a great opportunity to meet new people, and improve English conversational skills. It’s free and no bookings are required. Kew Library, Every Friday until December 1, 3pm. Details: call 9278 4666. 22 BOROONDARA REVIEW LOCAL

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This is a networking night with a difference. Hawthorn’s GeeBung Polo Club is getting together to raise money for the Cancer Council’s “Girl’s Night In”, which supports women suffering from breast and cervical cancer. Guest speakers include KeepCup chief executive and founder Abigail Forsyth, and Julie Hyne, owner of Julie Hyne Stylist and Image Consultants. There will be plenty of champagne, decadent sweets, door prizes and a goodie bag worth $150. Geebung Polo Club, 85 Auburn Road, Hawthorn. November 1, 6.30pm-9.30pm. Tickets $50. Details: call 1300 656 585.

Former high school chemistry and physics teacher Sherene Hassan is now a spokesperson for the secretary of the Islamic Council of Victoria and educates others about her faith. Hassan has conducted more than 800 information sessions to all sorts of groups such as the Flying Fruit Fly Circus and Australian Federal Police. She has also been voted one of Melbourne’s most influential people. Come along with an open mind and listen to this proud Muslim feminist. Pawsey Room, Auburn Uniting Church, 81 Oxley Road, Hawthorn. November 1, 10.15am. Details: call 9898 6133.

It’s still settling into its new home at Swinburne University, but the 33-year-old Hawthorn Craft Market still offers great handmade goods, gardening tools, homemade food, clothing, jewellery toys and lots more. If you’re after some lunch, stop by for a bite and a coffee, and take a look at some of the handcrafted goods on offer in it’s new surrounds. The Atrium, John Street, Swinburne University Hawthorn Campus, Hawthorn. November 4, 10am-3pm. Details: call 9278 4444.

SPRING RACING ANGELA’S MANE ATTRACTION Angela Mane has tended the manes of Camberwell’s best-dressed for almost 10 years, and she’s not about to let them down when they need her most. In a show of true commitment, she’ll be taking her first client at 4am on Melbourne Cup Day. If you’re in the Birdcage, look up, as you’re sure to be in the midst of her creations. Angela’s Mane Attractions, 196 High Street Kew. November 1, 4am-12pm. Details: call 9853 1005.

A FLASH FROM THE PAST Whether you don an 1980s power suit,‘20s flapper dresses or a flowing ‘60s number, come along to the Burwood Neighbourhood House and celebrate the spring racing season with the “Flash of the past event”. Book a table, bring along a friend or two, and soak up the atmosphere. Bookings essential. Burwood Neighbourhood House, 1 Church Street, Burwood. November 1, 2pm-3.30pm. Details: call 9808 6292

EXHIBITION PRUE ACTON’S THE BEAUTY OF COLOUR Prue Acton is perhaps best known as A high-flying fashion designer whose creations were at the forefront of the local industry throughout the 1960s,‘70s and ‘80s. But come the ‘90s, the former “golden girl” of fashion had all but disappeared. When she met artist Clifton Pugh, her passion for art was reignited and painting became a consuming force in her life. Acton retreated to the country to paint, and didn’t exhibit until the late ‘90s. She now describes herself as an artist who once worked in fashion. In this exhibition, she explores the beauty of colour and form, and our connection to simple objects through colour. Hawthorn Studio & Gallery, 635 Burwood Road,Hawthorn East. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-5pm, Sunday and Monday by appointment until November 3. Details: call 9882 5553.

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ARTS & CULTURE DOCTOR FAUSTUS Palace Cinema’s 2012-13 opera and ballet season is underway, screening performances from around the world including The Royal Opera,The Royal Ballet, Glyndebourne and for the first time, Opera On Ice. In conjunction with Shakespeare’s Globe, they will be screening Christopher Marlowe’s tragedy, Doctor Faustus, directed by Matthew Dunster. Balwyn Palace Cinema, 231 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn. November 2-4 & 7, session times vary. Details: call 9817 1277.

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The Oven Cleaning Company - Melbourne’s original and independent oven detailing service. Our fully trained technicians will renew your oven using environmentally safe and fume free methods. Satisfaction guaranteed or we will happily do it again for free. Best prices and best results. Proudly Victorian. Contact 1300 886 979. www.ovencleaning.com.au

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GATES Ri-cal Improvements - Specialists in designing and fabricating all types of modern steel and aluminium gates. We cater for both the residential and commercial markets with our focus on modern and architectural styles. Contact Brett on 0409 257 535 for a quote. www.rical.com.au

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Victorian Shutters & Shades – Distributors of the Durafit® Shutter System. This premium product exceeds quality standards of most shutters available today, providing peace of mind and a guarantee of quality. We also have on offer an entire range of Window Furnishings. Showroom/Factory – 405 Canterbury Road, Surrey Hills. Contact 9849 0355. www.vicshutters.com.au

TREE DOCTOR Frank Duke – Total tree care, including reshaping or removals. Third-generation owner, 56 years experience. Complete customer satisfaction with individual assessment. Contact Paul: 9509 4768.

WARDROBES Almara Cabinets - Winners of the Australian Achievers’ Award. Customer-designed wardrobes, wall units, bookshelves, guaranteed quality. Renovations, our specialty. Visit our showroom. Contact 9793 8233. www.almara.com.au Classique Design - Specialising in period style hinged and sliding wardrobes. Study fitouts, bookcases, entertainment units, computer workstations, laundry units, WIRs, shelving, garage cabinets and more. Contact 9793 9574. www.classiquedesigncabinets.com.au Green-Isle Built-In-Robes - Built in wardrobes and bookcases. High standard of work and expert advice. Reliability guaranteed. Contact Michael Clarke 0407 731 801 or Ah 9350 6362.

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BLINDS CONTACT 1300 884 838 or 03 9882 3332 391 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell BRACKEN BLINDS & SHUTTERS Bracken Blinds specialises in designing quality window coverings for the home, office or builders/architects on time and within budget. Visit us at our showroom or let us come to you.

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Massage ~ Costume 6/180 Commercial Rd, (enter Izett St) Prahran. Double massage, 9533 8877.

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AARON’S TILING Over 30 Years Experience Specialising In: • Floor & Wall Tiles • Old & New Homes • Kitchen & Bathroom Renovation Free Measure & Quote.

9696 9199

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Organise

ADVERTISING FEATURE To advertise in this page call Anna on 9238 7529

Jill Weatherhead Garden Design Online. 0407 329 881

Orb Hair

Green-Isle Built In Robes

Orb Hair is looked upon in the Hair & Beauty industry as one of the outstanding achievers in professional hairdressing. Elie Aoun is leading the way with his professional team in the art of true creativity & quality to make sure you get the up to date latest styles & fashion seen for 2013. The commitment of 29 years which Elie has given to the hairdressing industry has given Orb Hair a point of difference. So why don’t you break the ice and try Orb Hair, total satisfaction guaranteed.

Located in Airport West, Green-Isle Built In Robes are a built-in wardrobes supplier specialising in period style and contemporary homes, built-in wardrobes and bookcases. High standard of work and expert advice. Reliability guaranteed. Expert advice. Free measure and quote. We can be contacted during business hours or after hours by prior arrangement. Please call Michael Clarke on 0407 731 801 or after hours on: (03) 9350 6362.

51 Station Street, Malvern. (03) 9500 0737

Creating romantic country gardens and elegant city gardens with beautiful hardy plants and year-round flowers. Call our friendly, experienced horticulturist today to consider designing or refining your magical oasis. We will design your new garden whether your preference is for a simple style, Mediterranean, Edna Walling influenced country-style garden or a small, peaceful billabong. Follow Jill on her blog: http://thegardenatpossumcreek.blogspot.com.au/ www.jillweatherhead.com.au

j.weatherhead@bigpond.com orbhair1@bigpond.com

Melbourne-wide. 0407 731 801 or AH: (03) 9350 6362

Green-Isle Built In Robes

Cobra Cane

Highly Sprung Furniture - Scatters 50% Off

180 Wellington Street, Collingwood. (03) 9417 7888

286 High Street, Kew. (03) 9855 1533

Summer Sale! The Barry three-piece lounge suite, available in a water hyacinth stained walnut colour. Now only $1,499. Cushions can be made from a huge range of fabric’s. The store sells quality cane at affordable prices. All floorstock will be discounted on request if it’s not already marked down. They will also re-cushion and repair all cane furniture. A visit to our huge showroom, which is open “eight days per week” is essential.

Beautiful cushions, all handmade, great for Christmas presents and all

window seats, scatter cushions, bed heads and more.

Melbourne’s before, during and after party clean up service. From setup to spot-cleaning and everything in between, we’ve got you covered. Our mission is to completely change your way of thinking when it comes to party cleaning, by not only meeting, but exceeding your expectations. Whether it’s a hen’s night, dinner party, heat and serve for home parties, or that morning after clean-up, we do it all. Our difference is the time you want us, midnight or 7am, we can help.

www.cobracane.com.au

www.highlysprung.com.au

alanamaddaford@maid2party.com.au

Almara Cabinets

WAS Hairdressing

Old Treasury Building Museum

Melbourne-wide. 9793 8233

915 Burke Road, Camberwell. (03) 9882 5311

20 Spring Street, Melbourne. 9651 2233

Almara Cabinets is a family business established in 1995 with several years previous experience in the wardrobe industry. Almara’s core business is the manufacture and fitting of primarily wardrobes, however, they manufacture other products in the line of custom-built wall and entertainment units, desks, cabinets, laundry cupboards, shelving and garage storage. Have an experienced designer come to you, for a no obligation quote. They also deal direct with builders.

Warren Ansell Salon is a unique salon specialising in colour,

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of this iconic building. ‘Gold &

hair-straightening, wigs, hairpieces and extensions. This month,

Governors’ exhibition explores its fascinating past and the story of

extensions, also irons and blow-dryers. Or shop online at:

Trail. Free entry. Please visit our website for more information.

www.almara.com.au

www.wigsandhairpieces.com.au

www.oldtreasurybuilding.org.au

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at reduced prices to clear stock for new 2013 designs. The HSF on-site team consists of qualified decorators and talented craftsmen who use tried and tested traditional methods to produce the finest quality upholstered furniture. Services include: Upholstery, new and recover,

you can have a 1/2 head foil highlights and style cut and blow-

maid2party

www.maid2party.com.au

Phone: 0417 368 326

its brilliant 19 year old designer, J J Clark. See his beautiful original

dry for $139. Also the famous Bio ionic hair-straightening with a free colour or treatment for $595. A huge range of wigs and hair

drawings and paintings. Explore the original gold vaults. Kids Fun


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Coach basks in grand final glory BY DANIEL PAPROTH dpaproth@mmpgroup.com.au IT WASN’T just Sydney and old South Melbourne supporters who were stoked to watch the Swans win the 2012 AFL grand final. Wayne Reed, who coached Xavier College’s first XVIII from 1999-2005, mentored four players who received premiership medals on the last Saturday in September – Josh Kennedy, Ted Richards, Dan Hannebery (“He should have won the Norm Smith”) and Alex Johnson. “It was pretty amazing to watch,” Reed says. “I get a great sense of pride and it has been great talking to them and watching how tremendous they’ve become. “They’re four quality young men and I got to know them all very well at Xavier. ‘‘I had a lot to do with Dan during my time as deputy headmaster and he was always going to be a fearless on-baller.

“Ted played in our 2000 premiership side. I’ll never forget – he took one of the marks of the century in that game . . . he stood on a guy’s shoulders. “Johnson’s poise across half-back right through the game was very good. He’s come on as a player far quicker than I thought he would. “Josh always knew how to find the footy, even if he wasn’t the quickest player.” But it wasn’t just grand final day that had Reed beaming with pride. On the Monday before the game he watched another player he coached, Essendon’s Jobe Watson, win the Brownlow Medal. Some of the talk about Watson’s win centred around a perceived lack of commitment, ability or athleticism early in his career. But Reed, a man who knew the young Watson better than most, says that’s all a bit of a myth. “Jobe was always a fully committed footballer,” Reed says. “His body shape made him relat-

SEPTEMBER SUCCESS: The AFL grand final gave former Xavier College coach Wayne Reed a big thrill ively slow but he worked really hard on that and in year 12 he was in the midfield. “So all the stuff about his motivation is totally incorrect. ‘‘At Essendon he had to go up another level and because he was never going to have great pace he

had to change his body shape to be able to compete at contests. “But he always had great hands and vision and an uncanny ability to find the footy. To see him as captain of Essendon and win the Brownlow was amazing for me.” Reed is also a student perform-

ance manager at Mentone Grammar and says he will continue coaching next season. But it’s not just football stars he has inspired. “One of the young boys I taught biology at Xavier, Paul Dumbrell, won Bathurst,” he says, laughing.

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■ SCHOOL SPORT

2012 APS BOYS’ COMBINED ATHLETICS SPORTS BOYS: 100m: M Bertacco (SKC) 10.83s W Johns (Caul) S Farnan (XC). 200m: M Bertacco (SKC) 22.31s W Johns (Caul) S Farnan (XC). 400m: D Lawson-Matthew (GGS) 48.23s K Rodrigo (HY) W Meggitt (SC). 800m: S Knuckey 1m52.30s (WC) T Harik (SKC) W Meggitt (SC). 1500m: L Mathews (SKC) 3m56.80s D Zinni (XC) M Thompson (MGS). 3000m: L Mathews (SKC) 8m45.53s C Gatt (WC) M Thompson (MGS). 110m hurdles: M Midgley (XC) 14.54s L Harrison (MGS) D Di Donato (SC). 4x100m relay: Xavier College 42.62s Melbourne Grammar, St Kevin’s College. 4x800m relay: Melbourne Grammar 7m47.55s Xavier College, St Kevin’s College. High jump: J Purchase (CY) 1.90m N Cropley (SKC) and B Pilkinghorne (XC) C Collins (WC) and M Fogarty (BGS). Long jump: H Dixon (MGS) 6.79m M Bertacco (SKC) M Haynes (CY). Triple jump: H Smith (SKC) 13.77m T Wilkinson (MGS) P Akec (CY). Shot: C Dixon (SC) 14.20m F Saaga (MGS) L Cann (HY). U-17: 100m: J Hill (Caul) 11.17s H Smith (SKC) P McDonald (XC). 200m: P McDonald (XC) 22.80s S Reiser (GGS) T La Roche (SKC). 800m: A Pyke (WC) 1m58.79s H Baylis (GGS) L Merrett (SKC). 1500m: A Pyke (WC) 4m08.12s B Kelly (HY) N Stagg (SKC). 110m hurdles: M Merakis (MGS) 15.35s W Gowers (XC) Z Cordy (GC). 4x100m: Caulfield Grammar 44.09s St Kevin’s, Geelong Grammar. 4x400m: Geelong Grammar 3m26.86s Xavier College, St Kevin’s. High jump: J Baden (MGS) 2.12m (NR) H Smith (SKC) J Rutter (BGS). Long jump: H Smith (SKC) 6.42m J Henderson (MGS) S Gunther (GGS). Triple jump: D Johnson (SKC) 14.33m (NR) A Bennett (SC) J Henderson (MGS). Shot: Z Smith (WC) 15.13m M Pittonet (XC) M Lee (HY). GIRLS: 100m: G Mackie (WC) 12.56s N Thaipun (GGS) T Kearns (Caul). 200m: T Kearns (Caul) 25.91s G Mackie (WC) M Northover (CY). 400m: T Kearns (Caul) 1m00.20s M Northover (CY) M Woolford (WC). 800m: J Hansen (CY) 2m18s T Kearns (Caul) C Imer (WC). 1500m: J Hansen (CY) 4m54.95s C Imer (WC) J Sleigh (GGS). 100m hurdles: C Hatzipantelis (Caul) 16.49s E Smith (WC) E Fuller (GC). 4x100m: Caulfield Grammar 50.84s Wesley College, Geelong Grammar. 4x400m: Caulfield Grammar 4m08.95s Carey Grammar, Geelong Grammar. High jump: L Mackinlay-Campbell (GGS) 1.53m E Smith (WC) E Fenton( GC). Long jump: H Basic (CY) 5.52m N Thaipun (GGS) G Mackie (WC). Triple jump: O Padley (HY) 10.25m C Hatzipantelis (Caul) E Smith (WC). Shot: A Hocking (GC) 12.02m C Cameron (GGS) E Osei-Safo (CY).

U-17: 100m: H Basic (CY) 12.29s S Spikers (GC) R Neave (Caul). 200m: H Basic (CY) 25.97s E Fyffe (GGS) R Fredricksen (WC). 400m: E Sanford (Caul) 59.05s E Fyffe (GGS), A Hynes (WC). 800m: A Rafferty (GGS) 2m25.19s G Buchan (Caul) M Harding (CY). 100m hurdles: J Quinn (WC) 16.11s Summer Spikers (GC) E Sturgess (HY). 4x100m: Wesley College 51.13s Carey Grammar, Caulfield Grammar. High Jump: H Cannizzo (CY) 1.55m H Paletua (HY) P Randall (WC). Long jump: J Quinn (WC) 4.92m H Cannizzo (CY) N Marshallsea (HY). Triple jump: J Quinn (WC) I Greed (GGS) N Marshallsea (HY). Shot: O Garcey (GC) 11.20m P Randall (WC) C Wilkins (HY). Pts: St Kevins College 463.50, Melbourne Grammar 417.50, Xavier College 378, Haileybury 357.50, Caulfield Grammar 348.50, Wesley College 311.50, Scotch College 310, Carey Grammar 303.50, Geelong Grammar 241, Brighton Grammar 215, Geelong College 137. Legend: BGS (Brighton Grammar) CY (Carey) Caul (Caulfield Grammar) GGS (Geelong Grammar) GC (Geelong College) HY (Haileybury) MGS (Melbourne Grammar) SC (Scotch College) SKC (St Kevin’s College) WC (Wesley College) XC (Xavier College). AGSV BOYS Rd 2: BADMINTON: Peninsula 6-10-230 d Trinity 0-0-93, Camberwell 5-9-241 d PEGS 1-2-166, Ivanhoe 6-10-230 d Mentone 0-0-120. BASKETBALL: Trinity 94 d Yarra Valley 33, Marcellin 78 d Mentone 28, Ivanhoe 56 d Assumption 30, PEGS 36 drew Peninsula 36. CRICKET: Trinity 1-69 d Yarra Valley 68 (Tyson 5-13), Mentone 1-136 (van Cuyleberg-Riemers 63no) d Marcellin 9-132, Assumption 7-245 (Laffan 108no Langford 4-53) d Ivanhoe 202 (Kelly 4-35), Peninsula 7-195 d PEGS 140 (Feldgen 5-32). SQUASH: Scotch 15-31-504 d Marcellin 1-3-299, Camberwell 14-29-528 d PEGS 2-8-393, St. Kevin’s Gold 8-21-492 d St Kevin’s Green 8-19-505. TABLE TENNIS: Trinity 12-41 d Peninsula 3-18, Camberwell 10-38 d PEGS 5-16, Ivanhoe 10-36 d Mentone 5-24. TENNIS: Yarra Valley 10-104 d Trinity 6-87, Ivanhoe 11108 d Assumption 5-76, PEGS 15-126 d Peninsula 1-48, Mentone v Marcellin (washout). VOLLEYBALL: Trinity 3 d Peninsula 1 (25-16 23-25 25-18 25-23), Mentone 3 d Ivanhoe 0 (25-17 25-16 25-19), Yarra Valley 3 d Marcellin 0 (25-16 25-17 25-12).

■ BOWLS

SATURDAY METROPOLITAN PENNANT Round 4 Premier Division: LALOR 18-98 d MENTONE 0-51, (M Lucas 30 d Z Trbara 12, C Watt 25 d B McCallum 15, W Hudson 15 d E Spence 10, C McCarron 28 d D Rushton 14), ALTONA 17-87 d MOONEE PONDS 1-62, B Coad 30 d M Jacobsen 14, B Peck 21 d B Spurr 14, B Dodd 15 d A Galloway 15, D Zitter 21 d S Fordham 19), BUNDOORA RSL 14-77 d MELBOURNE 4-73, D DiFloria 25 d S Mortimer 12, N Mc Intyre 24 d B Leighton 17, L Aiello 15 lost to T Simmons 26, I Ewing 13 lost to R Green 18), BRIGHTON 16-88 d ESSENDON 2-56, J McCarron 26 d N Wilson 15, T Shannon 18 lost to P Loe 19, L Schraner 23 d M Wilson 12, A Wilson 21 d D Woodrow 10, WERRIBEE 16-95 d CLAYTON 2-74, (B Barker 21 d B Lester 19, B Major 33 d G Archer 15, D Christie 22 d D Benwell 20, M O’Neil 19 lost to D Wood 20). Div 1: Sec 1: Melb (2) 2-69 Kew Hts 16-97, Ess (2) 1481 Fitz Vic 4-68, Ivan 16-87 Moon Val 2-80, MCC 4-75 Alt (2) 14-76, Strath 8-72 Rich Uni 10-72. Sec 2: Yarr/Foot 14-94 Bund RSL (2) 4-77, Foots Pk Rosam 16-80 Elst Clb 2-65, Deer Pk 18-92 Lal (2) 0-65, Elth 14-90 Glenr 4-74, Kings 18-104 MCC (2) 0-67. Standings Kew Heights Ivanhoe Moonee Valley Strathmore Richmond Union Essendon (2) Fitzroy Victoria MCC Altona (2) Melbourne (2)

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L 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3

D 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Up 43 16 38 1 27 -

Dn 15 18 35 27 30

Pt 44 44 38 38 37 35 35 33 32 24

Sec 3: Ber 16-100 Black 4-74, Burd Pk 16-107 Donv 2-42, Cran 16-83 Ring 2-70, Croy 4-68 Heathm 1482, Keys 16-110 Fern Gul 2-56. Sec 4: Burw Dist 16-85 Pak 2-72, Mitch 0-67 Chelt 18-89, Lily 18-112 Ber (2) 0-52, Clay (2) 3-84 Coates 15-93, Yarr Glen 18-116 Mord 0-62. Div 2: Sec 1: Flem/Kens Hopp 18-15, Melton 18-110 Werribee (2) 0-65, Will 14-87 Yarr/Foot (2) 4-66, Sunb 15-90 Port Melb 3-60, Suns RSL 13-69 Suns C 5-62. Sec 2: Moon Val (2) 0-46 Montm 18-94, Craig 14-91 Lal (3) 4-76, W Cob 16-96 Keil 2-83, Buck Pk 3-68 Broad 15-71, Moon Pds (2) 14-87 Sunb (2) 4-67.

Sec 3: Heid Golf 18-88 Dare C 0-71, Whitt 16-99 Kings (2) 2-60, Montm (2) 15-97 Rosan 3-74, E Ivan 4-80 Fair 14-85, C of Heid 1-65 Pres/Res 17-85. Sec 4: Chirn Pk 2-58 Moorool 16-92, Heathm (2) 16-92 Ash 2-61, Black (2) 6-77 Glen Wav 12-83, Heath 15-78 Mitch (2) 3-63, Donc 3-67 Mt Wav 15-78. Sec 5: East Glf 16-100 Lily (2) 2-64, Monb 16-99 Yarr Glen (2) 2-63, Moorool (2) 14-81 Box H RSL 4-77, Verm Sth 14-78 Bor 4-69, Mulg CC 14-85 Bays 4-67. Sec 6: Glen Wav (2) 4-71 Cran (2) 14-76, Cran RSL 16-90 Mulg CC (2) 2-56, Hamp 17-84 Ber (3) 1-70, Wav Glf 4-74 Burd Pk (2) 14-79, Dand Clb 14-93 Verm Sth (2) 4-79. Sec 7: S Oak 14-101 Hamp (2) 4-74, Coates (2) 14-76 Arma 4-75, Ment (2) 16-87 Hamp RSL 2-57, Rich Uni (2) 16-81 Bent 2-66, Chelt (2) 2-60 Edith 16-79. Sec 8: Mid Pk 14-79 Caul Pk 4-61, St Kil 18-100 Albert Park 0-73, Toor 0-68 Melb (3) 18-92, MCC (3) 14-82 Rich Uni (3) 4-79, Arma (2) 2-64 Bright (2) 16-85. Div 3: Sec 1: Keil (2) 16-90 Will (2) 2-67, Alt Sports 18-113 New 0-51, Hopp (2) 18-88 Suns VRI 0-63, Alt (3) 18-86 Melton (2) 0-63, Werribee (3) 2-74 Foots Pk Rosam (2) 16-76. Sec 2: Moon Pds (3) 2-67 Mari Pk 16-89, Glenr (2) 18-99 Strath (2) 0-53, Aber 18122 Keil (3) 0-55, Glad Pk 3-72 Clift Pk 15-85, Fitz Vic (2) 15-96 Ess (3) 3-77. Sec 3: Green 16-85 Ivan (2) 2-67, Epp RSL 2-63 Bund RSL (3) 16-88, Diam Ck 4-80 Montm (3) 14-85, Hurst 2-65 Whitt (2) 16-71, Lal (4) 0-65 Elth (2) 18-102. Sec 4: Rosan (2) 1-61 Grey 17-105, Mitch (3) 3-65 Camb Cent 15-70, Heathm (3) 9-74 Burw Dist (2) 9-74, Aub 14-81 N Bal 4-68, Donv (2) 16-97 Heath (2) 2-72. Sec 5: Ring (2) 14-83 Moorool (3) 4-66, Bor (2) 14-77 Burw Dist (3) 4-72, Mulg CC (3) 3-74 Chirn Pk (2) 15-77, Mt Wav (2) 16-78 Warb 2-75, Upwey/Tecoma 18-118 Heals 0-56. Sec 6: SOC 18-98 Mulg CC (4) 0-70, Arma (3) 16-109 Nob Pk 2-57, Cran (3) 14-89 Glen Wav (3) 4-74, Clay (3) 1689 Coates (3) 2-72, Chelt (3) 18-93 Verm Sth (3) 0-65. Sec 7: Ber (4) 2-75 Cran (4) 16-95.75, Burd Pk (3) 2-76 Nar War 16-82, Pak (2) 6-81 Hamp Park 12-82, Edith (2) 14-80 Carr 4-66, Nob Pk (2) 16-87 Park 2-61. Sec 8: Elst Pk 14-84 Ment (3) 4-80, Glen E-McKinnon 16-97 Chad 2-59, Beau 16-117 Alma 2-56, Murr Pk 14-79 Arma (4) 4-67, Elst Clb (2) 4-69 MCC (4) 14-89. Div 4: Sec 1: Yarr/Foot (3) 4-72 Hopp (3) 14-78, Port Melb (2) 2-65 Werribee (4) 16-74, Sunb (3) 0-55 City of Melb 18-98, Lav 16-102 Foots Pk Rosam (3) 2-59, St Alb 3-64 Alt (4) 15-74.

Sec 2: Glenr (3) 16-84 W Cob (2) 2-63, Clift Pk (2) 1578 Werribee (5) 3-71, Kings (3) 2-65 Cob More 16-75, Ess (4) 16-71 Fawk 2-60, Bund RSL (4) 14-93 Buck Pk (2) 4-92. Sec 3: Montm (4) 14-83 Ivan (3) 4-65, Thorn 0-45 Lal (5) 18-118, Kew Hts (2) 16-78 Heid Golf (2) 2-68, Y Val CC 12-73 Alph 6-67, Bund RSL (5) 14-84 Donv (3) 4-82. Sec 4: Box H RSL (2) 16-81 Black North 2-58, Ring (3) 0-66 Donc (2) 18-84, Benn 2-70 Temp 16-78, Bays (2) 2-57 Black (3) 16-88, Ash (2) 18-94 Croy (2) 0-66. Sec 5: Lily (3) 4-64 Heathm (4) 14-79, Black (4) 16-75 Upwey/Tecoma (2) 2-67, Moorool (4) 16-91 East Glf (2) 2-63, Fern Gul (2) 16-94 Monb (2) 2-68, Mt Wav (3) 16-84 Donc (3) 2-68. Sec 6: Hamp Park (2) 14-87 Fern Gul (3) 4-72.75, Bor (3) 2-60 Keys (2) 16-82, Mulg CC (5) 18-87 Ber (5) 0-49, Oak 18104 Ring (4) 0-52, Nar War (2) 0-59 Dand RSL Rec 1887. Sec 7: Ber (6) 2-69 Beau (2) 16-73, Bent (2) 18-95 Chels 0-54, Sand 16-111 Blk Rk 2-78, Mord (2) 15-79 Hamp (3) 3-76, Moorab 16-87 Edith (3) 2-68. Sec 8: Mal 2-72 Bright (3) 16-87, Rich Uni (4) 2-69 High 16108, Caul Pk (2) 2-71 S Oak (2) 16-76, Murr 3-77 St Kil (2) 15-79, Albert Park (2) 14-75 Clay (4) 4-69. Div 5: Sec 1: Melton (3) 2-71 Deer Pk (2) 16-96, Will (3) 4-75 Suns RSL (2) 14-76, Hopp (4) 0-54 Yarr/Foot (4) 18-122, Suns C (2) 0-68 Alt Sports (2) 18-95, Werribee (6) 0-62 Alt North 18-99. Sec 2: Keil (4) 2-79 Sunb (4) 16-83, Yarr/Foot (5) 12-76 Strath (3) 6-68, Mari Pk (2) 4-83 Glenr (4) 14-99, Pres/Res (2) 16-91 Prin Pk Carlton 2-71, Dout Gal 14-77 Glad Pk (2) 4-68. Sec 3: Whitt (3) 3-74 Diam Ck (2) 15-79, Rosan (3) 16-90 C of Heid (2) 2-65, Ivan (4) 1-68 Green (2) 17-94, Pres/ Res (3) 16-86 Craig (2) 2-76, Lal (6) 15-81 Hurst (2) 3-72. Sec 4: Moorool (5) 2-70 Heathm (5) 16-86, N Bal (2) 15-99 Chirn Pk (3) 3-70, Elth (3) 16-83 Box H RSL (3) 2-77, Donc (4) 15-100 Heath (3) 3-70, Black (5) 18-106 Montm (5) 0-56. Sec 5: Box H RSL (4) 0-62 Bays (3) 18-93, Heath (4) 4-79 Mt Wav (4) 14-92, Heathm (6) 16-97 Moorool (6) 2-68, Verm Sth (4) 16-84 Mitch (4) 2-59, N Bal (3) 16-105 Yarr Glen (3) 2-59. Sec 6: Glen Wav (4) 18-104 Mulg CC (6) 0-49, Nob Pk (3) 17-105 Dand Clb (2) 1-67, Mt Wav (5) 4-67 Card Waters 14-104, Cran (5) 0-76 Cran RSL (2) 1892, Dand City 11-71 Wav Glf (2) 7-71.

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GV SILVER SPOON at Box Hill GC: AWCR 73: L Kent (Cerberus 29) 43, J Mazzoletti (Long Island 10) 38.

OCTOBER 31, 2012

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TEAGAN GLENANE

Magpie Will finds the quick way to the top BY EWEN McRAE emcrae@mmpgroup.com.au WILL Walker isn’t your average 19-year-old. While many young men are heading out on Friday nights for drinks and revelry, Walker is preparing to open the bowling for Camberwell’s first XI in Victorian Premier Cricket. And the left-arm paceman is making the most of his opportunity, leading the wicket-takers after the early batch of one-dayers. ‘‘It’s a lot of hard work. I’ve missed going out with the boys but it’s all worth it,’’ Walker said. Walker, who’s from Mansfield in central Victoria, caught the cricketing bug early and at one stage played three games every weekend. He moved to Carey Grammar three years ago to further his cricket career and was snapped up by the Magpies for the 2010-11 season. Within a year, he was opening the bowling in the ones. ‘‘I’m really enjoying it,’’ Walker

said. ‘‘I’m learning a lot with Drewy (Brendan Drew) and Simon (O’Brien) this year, but I really like opening the bowling. I’ve always done it.’’ His burgeoning cricket career has taken off, reaching a peak with his first five-wicket haul in first XI cricket, against Essendon in Round 3. He took wickets with the first two balls of the innings and narrowly missed a hat-trick against Essendon’s Ben Fletcher. ‘‘It was pretty close. I thought I had him, to be honest,’’ Walker said. It was the third consecutive game in which Walker had found himself on a hat-trick, with his in-swinging yorker the ball of choice each time. And to add to his growing reputation, Walker took another four wickets on the opening day of the match against Frankston last weekend. (Report on facing page). Camberwell coach Shannon Young believes Walker is a serious talent who hasn’t peaked yet. ‘‘He’s the full package,’’ Young

said. ‘‘He’s a left-armer who can swing it at decent pace, so he’s very exciting.’’ Walker is part of the Victorian Academy, where he receives extra coaching and gets to bowl to players from the Bushrangers squad. ‘‘They’ve helped me with my bowling a fair bit, filmed me and told me where and how to improve,’’ Walker said. ‘‘Hopefully, I’ll play (Victorian) second XI and then move into the Victorian squad in the next few years.’’ Meanwhile, Walker fills his days outside cricket as a first-year building apprentice. But the way his cricket career is unfolding, he could on be swinging a Kookaburra a lot more often than a hammer. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

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ON THE BALL: Teenage Camberwell left-arm paceman Will Walker is making an impact in just his second season in Victorian Premier Cricket

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SCOREBOARD ■ CRICKET PREMIER GRADE Hawthorn-Monash Uni v Northcote At Monash Uni HAW-MONASH UNI 1st Innings J SAMPSON b Holt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 J MARNIE c Apokoroniotakis b Keogh . . . . . . . . . . . 14 L TONKIN b Holt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 R KEOGH run out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 D ALLEYNE c March b Sundberg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 G WESTGARTH not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 L INGLIS not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Extras (4lb 1w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 296 Fall: 0, 24, 34, 251, 260 Bowling: B Holt 15-5-29-2, C Keogh 16-3-60-1, M Stoinis 19-3-57-0, T Monteleone 16-2-57-0, J Sundberg 20-3-72-1, N Hrovatin 1-1-0-0, A March 3-0-17-0 Overs: 90 Umpires: Brad Davies & Tony Ventura Frankston Peninsula v Camberwell Magpies At AH Butler Oval FRANKSTON PENINSULA 1st Innings M LINEKER c Stanley b Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 B HILLARD c McClean b Pearson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 C McCORMICK c McDermott b Walker. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 M CHASEMORE c Drew b O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 C DEW c Stanley b Drew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 R SALERNI b O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 M GAPES run out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 S BOLAND b Drew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 J MILLER lbw b Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 J BENBOW b Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 B ASHKENAZI not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Extras (4b 7lb 6w 6nb). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Fall: 11, 17, 38, 74, 89, 151, 151, 157, 175, 192 Bowling: A McDermott 6-2-21-0, W Walker 16-1-42-4, J Pearson 10-2-17-1, B Drew 15-3-45-2, S O’Brien 8.10-25-2, J Bett 15-2-31-0 Overs: 70.1 30 BOROONDARA REVIEW LOCAL

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CAMBERWELL MAGPIES 1st Innings M McCLEAN c Salerni b Boland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 A STANLEY c Salerni b Boland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 S HILL not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 T RICKARBY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Extras (1lb 1nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Fall: 21, 30 Bowling: J Miller 2-0-11-0, B Ashkenazi 4-1-10-0, S Boland 7-3-15-2, M Chasemore 2-1-3-0, J Benbow 1-0-1-0 Overs: 16 Umpires: Francesco Fabris & Mark Hanton Prahran v St Kilda At Toorak Park ST KILDA 1st Innings J MANNING c Coates b Singh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 M FRITH lbw b Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 T MOFFAT lbw b Singh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 G RUMMANS c De Bolfo b Alford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 D FORBES b Adams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 A McGUINNESS lbw b Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 D ROWAN b Schlittler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 J MUIRHEAD c De Bolfo b McGain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 D MUELLER c Murphy b Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 D BABULA b McGain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 C ROSS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Extras (3lb 10w). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Fall: 3, 11, 23, 23, 29, 42, 42, 62, 74, 84 Bowling: R Adams 14-8-19-4, S Singh 10-4-28-3, J Taylor 3-1-9-0, L Alford 4-2-13-1, B McGain 3.2-0-12-2 Overs: 34.2 PRAHRAN 1st Innings D SALPIETRO c Rowan b Forbes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 A BULL c Ross b Babula. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 S DE BOLFO c Rowan b Mueller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 J TAYLOR c Moffat b Muirhead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 N SCHLITTLER c & b Mueller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 L MURPHY c Forbes b Mueller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 S COATES lbw b Mueller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 R ADAMS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 S SINGH b Muirhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 B McGAIN not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Extras (8b 4lb 3w 1nb). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Eight wickets for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167

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Fall: 9, 12, 82, 104, 118, 126, 138, 161 Bowling: D Mueller 17-4-47-4, D Babula 9-1-32-1, C Ross 11-3-18-0, D Forbes 5-0-17-1, J Muirhead 133-41-2 Overs: 55 Umpires: Shawn Craig & Rod McKinnon PREMIER LOWER GRADES 2nds: Haw-Mon Uni 6-248 (Gooneratne 106 Wigney 81no Reid 4-32) v Ncte, Melb 280 (Brown 80 Jackson 54 Pucovski 43 Boyle 37 Green 3-64 van Cuylenburg 3-47) v Melb Uni, Carl v Foot Edge 222 (Freeman 81 Walker 34 Stevenson 4-66 Millard 3-29), N Melb 233 (O’Sullivan 92 Ferne 41 Majltis 30 Lambden 5-72) v Dand 0-63 (Cooray 49no), Frank Pen 67 (Mahon 5-18) and 1-52 v Cam Mag 4-103 (Russ 50no), Prah v St K 271 (Mild 73 Jowett 57 Baxter 56no Wild 3-58 Williamson 3-28), Ess 221 (Hussain 70 Mayne 59 McFarlane 3-56) v Geel, Casey-SM v Ring 6-315 (Ford 116 Rawson 88 Mock 48 Hadfield 3-89), Rich 4 (dec)114 (Lang 34 Sheedy 32) v Fitz Donc 65 (Allsopp 4-24 Griffin 3-16) and 2-27. 3rds: Haw-Mon Uni 7-239 (Pham 66 Stubbs 62 Tripathi 48 Lucas 5-38) v Ncte, Melb 9-92 v Melb Uni 60 (Lovell 4-28 Frawley 5-13), Carl 124 (Mueller 59no King 4-59) v Foot Edge 5-35, N Melb v Dand 8-221 (Edgeworth 38 Hammerton 42 Carter 57 Fisher 37), Frank Pen 1-30 v Cam Mag 212 (Chancellor 42 Rowles 43 Persson-Clark 30 Hogan-Keogh 3-37), Prah 5-74 (Parisi 3-25) v St K 92 (Kramersh 4-32 Bauer 3-14), Ess 5-309 (Simmons 82no Joass 69 Perera 63no Emmins 35 Ogle 3-44) v Geel, Casey-SM v Ring 8-258 (Mays 57 Sanderson 43 O’Brien 36 Baker 36no Glen 3-24 Corcoran 4-80), Rich 156 (Richardson 32 McCormack 4-46) v Fitz Donc 1-43. 4ths: Haw-Mon Uni 147 (Adams 56) v Ncte 0-0, Melb 57 (Richards 6-17 Ditchburn 3-15) v Melb Uni 6-149 (Morrison 47no Pappas 34), Carl v Foot Edge 173 (O’Grady 51 Singh 34 Blewitt 3-20), N Melb v Dand 6-273 (Underwood 60 Gribbens 39), Frank Pen 41 (Shannon 7-13) and 1-2 v Cam Mag 8 (dec)-201 (Thewlis 51 Norbury 40no Lampard 38), Prah 279 (Manjambar 34 Singh 40 Hutton 82 Stevenson 30 Barnes 42 Oostermeyer 3-70 Peter-Budge 3-71) v St K, Ess 7-179 (Shannon 53 Guraya 38) v Geel, CaseySM 9-189 (Baker 66 McVicar 45) v Ring, Rich 0-22 v Fitz Donc 195 (Stanley 68 King 33 Keast 4-48).

Women’s Premier 1sts: EMP 3-87 d Bruns Pk 86 (Torquay 56no). Women’s Premier 2nds: EMP 1-98 d Bruns Pk 6-96. VSDCA South West 1st XI: Werribee 2-97 d Melton 96, Altona 138 (Wells 59) d Yarraville 129, Kingston Saints 9-193 d Sunshine 147, Caulfield 2-124 (Damiano 64no) d Moorabbin 150, Elsternwick 5-228 (Christiansen 124) d Malvern 218 (Gunne 73 Jones 5-27), Brighton 8-149 d Williamstown 148 (Hodges 68), Ormond 9-221 d Roxburgh Park-Broadmeadows 9-220 (Branagan 74). North East 1st XI: Endeavour Hills 168 d Plenty Valley 83 (S Peake 5-15), Balwyn 4-165 (Baum 82no) d Kew 8-164 (O’Beirne 69), Noble Park 8-139 d Brunswick 111, Oakleigh 6-165 (McGuiness 54) d Coburg128, Croydon 9-148 d Mt Waverley 140. North East 2nd XI: Noble Park 2-113 d Brunswick 110, Bayswater 5-120 (Irvine 52) d Box Hill 7-119, Oakleigh 7-174 (Handel 58no) d Coburg 9.173, Mt Waverley 6-172 (Miller 63no) d Croydon 95, Ivanhoe 7-178 (Jones 67no) d Preston 8-177 (Maratos 58), Balwyn 2-174 (Kiely 64no) d Kew 8-172. South East 3rd XI: Noble Park 8-208 (Abersinghe 61 Pieterz 53) d Kingston Saints 9-161 (OMeara 53), Mt Waverley 3-161 (Lawton 58no) d Croydon 7-94, Moorabbin 7-138 d Caulfield 8-134,Elsternwick 8-167 d Malvern 8-164 (Snooks 83), Endeavour Hills 8-146 d Ormond 139. North West 3rd XI: Melton 5-102 d Werribee 99, Kew 5-212 (Baldwin 78 Reid 56) d Balwyn 4-168 (Martinich 54), Plenty Valley 1-157 d Roxburgh ParkBroadmeadows, Altona 7-172 d Yarraville 7-166. METROPOLITAN MERCANTILE: A: Maccabi 2 (dec)-137 d Sacred Heart 49 and 5-143, Burnley 116 drew Parkville 1-30, Monash 9-259 d Ajax 140, Parkville Dist 166 and 3(dec)-78 d Eastern Flow 95 and 5-92. B: National 6-98 d Sacred Heart 92, South Yarra 4(dec)222 d Eastern Flow 95 and 56, Indigos 130 and 8-121 d Burnley 113. C: Central: Parkville 9-177 d Youlden 89, Reds 8(dec)161 d Maccabi 83 and 0-37, Melbourne City 60 and 7-66 d Burnley 58 and 7(dec)-131, Bentleigh 4(dec)222 d Monash 91 and 69. East: ENT 130 d South Yarra 110, Powerhouse 9-184 d Sacred Heart 169, Reds 6-153 d Youlden 150.

EASTERN: Dunstan Shield: Mont Albert 4-191 d Mulgrave 160, Glen Iris 6-228 d Deepdene Bears 196, North Balwyn 235 drew Marcellin OC , Boronia 145 drew East Doncaster 2-32, Hawthorn 136 and 7-112 d Surrey Hills 92 and 3-98. A Turf: Donvale 225 d Mazenod OC 131, Heathmont 222 d East Malvern Tooronga 121, Canterbury 9-331 d Burwood 186, Richmond City 9-214 and 0-6 defout St Barnabas 109 and 107, Glen Iris 172 d Deepdene Bears 58 and 4-175, Old Carey 9-298 d Bulleen 254. Macgibbon Shield: Edinburgh 3-81 d East Ivanhoe Saints 81, Clifton Hill 3-102 d AYC 100, STC Sth Camberwell 4-161 d Trinity Willison 7-158, Burwood Utg Cant 3-240 d Wyclif 9-229, Boroondara 8-184 d Deepdene Uniting 115. Burt Shield: Burwood Utg Cant 171 d Boroondara 6-119, STC Sth Camberwell 153 d Deepdene Uniting 134, North Balwyn Combined 8-215 d Mazenod OC 9-149, Manningham 5-167 d Trinity Willison 7-166, Edinburgh 0-149 d Knox Churches 7-144.

■ CYCLING

EASTERN VETERANS at Kew: Div 1: R Suran T McDonough P Thompson. Div 2: R Wheelhouse R Ransome G O’Loughlan. Div 3: A Sandford L Bohn J Neil.

■ CLUB GOLF

BOX HILL: Stableford A: R Collishaw (10) 37. B: M Whitfield (14) 38 cb. C: N McFarlane (21) 38. D: M Potter (27) 38. Captain’s trophy: M Whitfield. EAST MALVERN: Stroke: P Edwards (26) 52. Foursome c’ship f: K Tipovsky M Zouros 70. EASTERN: Par A: T Mihalopoulos (15) 4 up. B: J Ryan (23) 5 up. GLEN WAVERLEY: Stroke A: C McKenzie (15) 64. B: T Poaru (26) 64. GREEN ACRES: Stableford A: D Mitchell (14) 39. B: B Sommerville (17) 39. C: W Box (24) 40. IVANHOE: Stableford A: A Petricola (5) 43. B: B Morrell (16) 43. C: I Miller (31) 44. W: J Hansson (27) 37. KEW: Par A: P Thia (11) 41. B: P Birrell (17) 41 cb. C: S Avery (23) 44. W: K Hill (28) 36 cb. METROPOLITAN: 4B: R Best (13) M Sbaglia (23) 10 cb. RIVERSDALE: AMCR 71 Stableford A: K Sims (3) 39. B: K Hart (16) 42. C: B Lauritz (22) 41. YARRA VALLEY: AMCR 70 Stableford: G Wolf (22) 42. AWCR 73: C Wilson (33) 32.


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Baum steers Balwyn to derby win SCOTT MCNAUGHTON

BY EWEN McRAE emcrae@mmpgroup.com.au AN UNBEATEN 82 by Stuart Baum steered Balwyn to victory over Kew when the two Sub District cricket rivals met on Saturday for the first time in two years. After restricting Kew to 8/164 in 45 overs at Victoria Park, Balwyn reached its target with six wickets and more than six overs to spare. Balwyn gained an early advantage, winning the toss and sending Kew in to bat on a wicket that got better as the day went on. Kew started well enough, despite Daniel Gledhill’s early run out, and was well placed at 1/78. But when Lloyd Devlin was also run out, a mini collapse saw Kew crash to 6/123, thanks mainly to 69 from Conor O’Beirne. It looked as if Kew might struggle to bat out its overs, but 24 from Sam McTaggart helped drag the score to 164. Kew captain coach Francis Gill said the total was below what they were targeting. “We knew from it being our home ground that the wicket was going to flatten out and become a very, very good for batting after the break, which it did.’’ he said. ‘‘We knew we were probably 20-30 runs short.” Balwyn started much the same as Kew, with solid partnerships at the top of the order, and progressed to 1/60 with Baum showing the way. Balwyn’s other batsmen chipped in with handy totals to ensure the comfortable victory. Balwyn captain Ben Hanley, who

■ TAY SCORES AWARD Boroondara Eagles’ Jessica Tay took out the State League 2 North-West best and fairest at the Football Federation Victoria awards. Tay polled 14 votes, ahead of Renee Zebic (North Geelong) and Maria Rampal (Keilor Park) on nine.

DRIVING FORCE: Kew top scorer Conor O’Beirne drives through the offside in his innings of 69 was out late in the innings for 28, was happy to notch his first win of the season. “They beat us the last time we played two years ago so we were certainly happy with the performance,” Hanley said. “I was really happy with the bowling performance and we were always on top of the runs. To lose only four wickets was really good.” Kew plays Oakleigh in another one-dayer this weekend, while Balwyn is at home to Endeavour Hills.

SCOREBOARD KEW - 1st innings D GLEDHILL run out ................................ 11 C O’BEIRNE lbw Young ............................ 69 L DEVLIN run out .................................... 13 B COOKSON c Baum b Hanley .................... 2 D BRATBY lbw Hanley ............................... 2 F GILL c Hailey b Young .............................. 6 B WATERMAN c Hanley b Woods ................ 4 S McTAGGART b M Tuohey ...................... 24 J BAKER not out ....................................... 8 H SHORT not out ...................................... 4 Extras (nb 3, w 17, b 0, lb 1) .................... 21 Total (45 overs) 8 wkts for ..................... 164

Bowling: M Tuohey 1-33, Lane 0-32, Young 2-29, Hailey 0-19, Hanley 2-21, Woods 1-29. BALWYN - 1st innings P TUOHEY run out.........................................15 D BELL lbw Waterman .....................................6 S BAUM not out............................................82 N HAILEY c - b Short......................................14 B HANLEY c&b Waterman .............................28 A WALPOLE not out ....................................... 1 Extras (nb 2, w 13, b 0, lb 4)......................... 19 Total (38.4 overs) 4 wkts for .......................165 Bowling: McTaggart 0-16, Gill 0-27, Short 0-20, Waterman 2-27, Field 0-36, Baker 1-35.

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■ McKENZIE’S THE MAN An Artie McKenzie century denied Koonung Heights what would have been a thrilling victory in the Wilson Shield clash with Kerrimuir United on Saturday. After cruising to 0/152, Kerrimuir struggled past Koonung’s total of 266 with nine wickets down and two balls left. McKenzie made 103 in his second game since crossing from Doncaster. ■ HOCKEY HONOURS Camberwell’s Sophie Taylor and Hawthorn’s Anna Robinson are among five Victorians named in the Australian women’s 2012-13 futures squad. The squad is used as a starting point for selection in Australian representative teams.

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Rising star Walker does it again RISING pace star Will Walker followed his five wickets last week with another four as Camberwell put itself in a strong position on the first day of the Premier Cricket clash with Frankston. Walker, 19, took 4-42 as Frankston was bowled out for 192. Camberwell ended the day on 2/41 in reply ahead of this weekend’s conclusion. The Magpies won the toss in the first two-day game of the season and sent Frankston in to bat on its home ground. And, just as he did against Essendon the previous weekend, Walker gave them off a great start with an early wicket.

Another scalp, this time to James Pearson, put Camberwell in control but it also brought in Matthew Chasemore, who batted beautifully for a chanceless knock of 115. But, Chasemore aside, Frankston could not build momentum. Matt Gapes made the second highest score of 21 and only one other player reached double figures. Brendan Drew and Simon O’Brien took two wickets each to provide support for Walker, who is the leading wicket-taker in the competition. Camberwell batted for 16 overs and lost Michael McClean and Alex Stanley to state bowler Scott Boland by stumps.

Camberwell coach Shannon Young was happy with the way the day went and was confident his team could get the remaining runs this week. “If we bat to our potential and bat our overs I’d think we’d win,” Young said. “It’s a good chance for our batsmen to stand up. We haven’t really clicked with the bat just yet so we’re looking forward to seeing them contribute.” Young was also full of praise for Walker. “He’s bowling a really good line, pitching it up and giving it a chance to swing,” he said. EWEN McCRAE

■ NEW CANTERBURY BOSS Canterbury Football Club has appointed a coach and president for the 2013 season. Angelo Lamanna will coach the EFL Division 4 side, while Maurie Carroll will be president for the second time. A meet-the-coach evening will be held at the club rooms at 7pm on Friday, November 9. ■ VICS START TRIALS Cricket Victoria is seeking indigenous cricketers for the Victorian team to compete in the Imparja Cup in Alice Springs in February. Trials will begin on November 18 and the team will be announced in January. Details: visit cricketvictoria.com.au. ■ XAVS SEEK COACH Old Xaverians Football Club, one of the largest and most successful in the VAFA Premier A division, is seeking a new senior coach. Inquiries to Lex Vasdekis on 0408 169 458 or admin@oldxavs.com.au. ■ MAGIC MOMENTS Hawthorn Magic will hold try-outs for the 2013 basketball season at Xavier College throughout November and December. Details: visit hawthornbasketball.com.au.

OCTOBER 31, 2012

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