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BY DANIEL TRAN THE candidate who was at the centre of a series of comments labelling Islam a ‘‘foul religion’’ has quit the Liberal Party. Last week, Liberal Party campaign adviser Andrew Cox confirmed that Oakleigh Ward candidate Matthew Hammon had resigned from the party after the furore over comments he made about Muslims on social media website Twitter. Mr Cox released a statement last Wednesday, distancing the party from Mr Hammon and his controversial comments. ‘‘The Liberal Party does not support the offensive comments made by Mr Hammon on Twitter,’’ he said. ‘‘The party has accepted Mr Hammon’s resignation as a member of the Liberal Party.’’ It’s unclear whether Mr Hammon has pulled out of the election. Mr Hammon’s resignation comes after incumbent Glen Waverley ward councillor Geoff Lake launched a stunning attack on him at last week’s council meeting. During a motion for the council to enter into an agreement with the Australian Human Rights Commission to support its anti-racism campaign, Cr Lake slammed Mr Hammon for comments he made about Muslims on Twitter accusing him of being a ‘‘religious bigot’’. On September 18, shortly after riots in Sydney broke out over an anti-Islam film, Mr Hammon sent tweets stating: ‘‘It seems supporters of Islamic Terrorists [sic] have had a field day in Sydney today with their protests. ‘‘I don’t care if Muslims want to show their placards, that is fine but it just goes to show what a foul religion they represent. ‘‘These are muslims [sic] preaching dangerous messages, those are the facts.’’ The Weekly contacted Mr Hammon for comment but within 30 minutes of agreeing to an interview, he reneged and passed on the details of Mr Cox. Shortly afterwards, Mr Cox confirmed the Oakleigh candidate’s resignation from the Liberal Party. Cr Lake condemned the comments as ‘‘anti-

Controversial comments: Oakleigh Ward candidate Matthew Hammon has resigned from the Liberal Party after calling Islam a ‘‘foul religion’’.

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Theo Zographos, another Liberal Party member and Oakleigh Ward candidate. He called for Mr Zographos not to accept the preferences. ‘‘This council and this community stands strongly against racism.’’ But Mr Zographos categorically denied the allegations that Mr Hammon was being used to funnel preferences to him. ‘‘There’s no truth to that whatsoever,’’ he said. Mr Zographos said he’d be speaking with all candidates in the Oakleigh Ward about preferences but refused to confirm whether he’d put Mr Hammon last. ‘‘I haven’t decided my ballot order and my preferences yet.’’ Mr Hammon has since deleted the offensive tweets from his Twitter page.

social and unfair beliefs’’. ‘‘These comments are those of a religious bigot,’’ he said. ‘‘All religions deserve our respect. This person is not fit for public office.’’ He also called on other councillors and candidates to preference Mr Hammon last on the ballot paper like the Victoria Liberal Party did to One Nation in 2001. ‘‘For all of the things One Nation have said, I don’t think they’ve made the derogatory comments Matthew Hammon has made.’’ Cr Lake also accused Mr Hammon of being a dummy candidate used to feed preferences to

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A MAZENOD College student has taken out one of Monash’s most prestigious student prizes. Year 10 student Vimaj Peiris has won the Norman A. Smith Memorial Scholarship after an exhaustive selection process. Across Monash, 28 students applied for the scholarship and only five were selected as finalists. Applicants were asked to sit a general knowledge test, complete a research project on a World War I soldier and take part in an interview. Vimaj, 16, said the process was no walk in the park. ‘‘It kind of pushed you,’’ he said. Students were judged on their leadership qualities, academic ability, decision-making skills and community involvement. Waverley RSL has been running the scholarship for 27 years and has given away almost $150,000 in prize money. Geoff Dare, from the RSL’s scholarship subcommittee, said the calibre of some of the entries blew the judges away. ‘‘We put them through the mill pretty heavily,’’ he said. ‘‘These kids really are good.’’ The scholarship, which is open to all year 10 students living or studying in the city of Monash,

is named after community stalwart and Waverley RSL committee member Norm Smith. ‘‘We’ve had some really remarkable young people and they’ve all gone on to very good jobs in later life. They’ve gone into the medical profession, into law, we’ve got one who’s a senior partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers,’’ Mr Dare said. Winners receive $5000, which is awarded over two years. In the past, student have used the money for new computers, musical instruments or for trips overseas to further their language learning. Mr Dare called for more students to apply for the scholarship. ‘‘Norm Smith himself was very keen to encourage young people to play sport, to get involved with acting and entertaining and to push themselves a little bit further to become leaders in the community,’’ he said. ‘‘And that’s what we’ve been looking for — leaders in the community.’’ Vimaj plans to put his prize money into his schooling. ‘‘I either want to go into the medical field or the engineering field but I don’t have a specific occupation in mind at the moment,’’ he said. He encouraged other students to compete for the scholarship. ‘‘It’s a great thing to be a part of.’’


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Action!: Alex Kharnam puts on his costumes to compete in Swordcraft, a live-action role-play group whose players dress to the nines to duel with realistic foam weapons.

Costume queen: Katherine Daniel, 16, is an avid cosplayer who makes her own costumes.

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lex Kharnam finds it hard to explain why he likes dressing up. “There have been some weekends where six costume changes have been involved and it’s sort of like: ‘This makes no sense, it is utter madness but I’m having an absolutely wonderful time doing it’.’’ Kharnam, 42, is a member of Swordcraft, a live-action role-playing group where players dress up in medieval garb and fight with realisticlooking foam weapons. The Melbourne group meets weekly and hundreds line up to do battle, dressed as knights, elves, wizards, pirates and orcs. He’s just one of a growing group of costume aficionados who are suiting up to explore their creative side, feel part of a ‘team’ or just to have fun. ‘‘It’s not like I change characters and go into a personality anymore,’’ Kharnam says. ‘‘It’s still very definitely me. There’s an element of showing off about it and fitting in and identifying with a group in the same way players will put on a sports uniform and suddenly feel like family.’’ Kharnam says pelting opponents with swords has a complex learning curve.

People who love costumes say it’s fun to play dress-up at any age. DANIEL TRAN and SANDRA BULL report. Photographs by ROB CAREW. Most would-be knights start off-balance and easily fatigued. ‘‘Essentially you’re meat to people who are better at it.’’ Swordcraft participants don armour and costumes to add authenticity. There’s another benefit — armoured players can take more hits before falling in battle. An armourer by trade, Kharnam supplies outfits throughout the re-enactment world. Costumes vary in difficulty and are usually inexpensive to make. He encourages people to start small and take their time in working their way up to more complicated pieces of clothing. ‘‘If you’re doing it as a hobby and a sideline and you don’t mind taking three months to do it in dribs and drabs, it’s great.’’ Costume buff Phil Haby, 39, doesn’t make his own costumes, but he’ll never run short of eye-catching outfits. The singer/actor’s love of dressing up inspired

him to open a costume shop with partner Kate Blenheim. Last week, Haby portrayed the King of Siam in a production of The King and I. He has always enjoyed dressing up, whether it’s for a party or a stage production. He equally enjoys helping his customers walk out with a great look. ‘‘Everyone likes a little 15 minutes of fame or attention and there’s nothing better than going to a party and getting compliments,’’ he says. ‘‘I have a customer service/retail background and you can have a bit more fun helping someone put a costume together than selling a TV. ‘‘Some people come in with ideas while others come in two hours before a party and say, ‘This is the theme, what can I wear?’.’’ And there’s no better inspiration than the man himself. It’s become a halloween tradition for Haby to dress up to serve customers — last year he

donned flaky fake skin and spooky contact lenses to be a dead-ringer for a zombie. While Katherine Daniel, 16, also enjoys putting on costumes, they’re restricted to a specific genre. She is an avid fan of cosplay, which involves dressing up as characters from Japanese anime, comics and video games. Cosplayers gather at conventions and events to compare costumes and share the love of their favourite characters. Daniel has been cosplaying since some of her school friends introduced her to it about a year ago. It’s hard to find cosplay outfits for sale, so most are handmade and cobbled together. Daniel’s first, of Ino Yamanaka of the cartoon Naruto, was hand-sewn, and she’s never spent more than $100 on a single costume. She enjoys the solidarity of dressing up for events. ‘‘You get to spend a day dressed up as a character from something you like and because my friends are into it as well, we all go together so I get to spend a day with them. ‘‘Everyone there, when you go to conventions, [are] friends for the day.’’

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CELEBRATING SENIORS’ WEEK

Expressions of Interest NOW INVITED!

Discounts on entry fees o celebrate Seniors Festival Week, the National Trust is offering discount entry to some of its interesting properties from October 7-14. Show a valid seniors card to receive discounts off the regular concession admission. The National Trust also has other events during Seniors Week. Visit the Old Melbourne Gaol for $14.40, Rippon Lea House and Gardens $7.20, Barwon Grange $3, The Heights Heritage House and Gardens $3 and La Trobe’s Cottage $3. Bookings are not required. For more details, visit the Seniors Online website. See individual pages for opening times.

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To the manor born Enjoy Devonshire tea at Barwon Park and take a guided tour of the 42-room bluestone mansion on Wednesday, October 10, from 1.30-4pm. The park is at 105 Inverleigh Road, Winchelsea. Adults: $13. Call: 5267 2209. Bookings essential.

Migrants’ iron houses Have morning tea at the portable iron houses in South Melbourne.

These three ‘kit homes’ were built of corrugated iron and timber and sent from Britain as temporary houses for migrants during the Gold Rush. Watch a DVD on portable buildings and explore the three houses with guides. Admission: Seniors $5, non-seniors $7.50. Bookings essential. Call: 9645 7517 or 9699 2172. It’s on Wednesday, October 10, from 11am-12.30pm at 399 Coventry Street, South Melbourne.

Tour historic gardens Rippon Lea house and gardens are one of Melbourne’s best-loved historic properties. Take a guided tour of the gardens and enjoy open house at the mansion, followed by Devonshire tea (two sittings: 10.30am12.30pm and 2-4pm) on the veranda. It’s on from Monday-Friday, October 8-12. Admission: seniors $15, adults $20, National Trust members $10. Bookings essential. Phone the National Trust bookings office on 8663 7260 or email bookings@nattrust .com.au. Rippon Lea House and Gardens is at 192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick.

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Have that eye check t’s a sobering thought that one in seven people aged over 50 are slowly going blind — and the incidence increases with age. The culprit is macular degeneration (MD), which also affects one in three people aged over 80. Optometrist Glenn Vessey said about 35,000 people aged over 50 could legally be classified as blind, with macular degeneration to blame for more than 80 per cent of these cases. The macula is the central part of the retina, the light-sensitive nerves at the back of the eye. The retina captures visual images and sends them to the brain. It is responsible for a person’s ability to read, recognise faces, drive and see colours clearly. ‘‘Early signs of macular degeneration might include having trouble reading or watching TV, or that you need brighter lights to see clearly,’’ Mr Vessey said.. “MD causes slow deterioration of the central vision but the peripheral or side vision is not affected. A person suffering from macular degeneration may see the

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outline of a street sign but not what is written on it.” Although anyone can suffer from macular degeneration, it is important for smokers and those with a family history of the condition to have regular retina checks. There is no cure for the disease yet but, with early detection, treatment can slow its progression. Optometrists recommend eye checks at least every two years. Regular eye tests can detect MD and save your vision. Contact Glenn Vessey at Eyecare Plus Mulgrave, 431 Police Road, Mulgrave. Phone: 9790 0833.

We can easily forget how precious each day is. Incapacity can lead to inactivity, and soon life is passing by, without being lived. Many incapacitated people have found they can resume a fulfilling and enjoyable life again with the aid of an Electric vehicle or scooter. Instead of sitting around waiting for time to pass, these people are out and about, seizing the day. They feel the wind in their face, the sun on their skin and see, and are part of, the action, the sights and the people of the local area. They are experiencing life, and loving it! You too may be able to reconnect with the world about you. With your own set of wheels, the gift of life could be in front of you, once again, for you to untie. If you would like to find out more call Peter at Marshell Scooters on 1300 42 44 79. We have a range of quality electric mobility options for life and sports at very affordable prices.

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Loves, life and laughter BY DANIEL TRAN or most people, the death of their significant other half means tears and years of mourning. But for Evelyn, one of the main characters in The Kingfisher, it’s the push she needs to look up an old flame. After 50 years apart, Evelyn drops by for afternoon tea with Cecil, the man she was in love with as a young woman. The play, written by William Douglas and presented by Encore Theatre, follows the couple’s reacquaintance and how it affects Cecil’s long-time butler, Hawkins. ‘‘It’s a gentle comedy of unrequited love,’’ director Lesley Batten says. ‘‘It’s very endearing. It’s certainly not a tragic story and it really does have some very funny moments in it.’’ As youngsters, Cecil and Evelyn met at a country gathering, but unfortunate circumstances saw Evelyn marrying someone else. ‘‘She’s always felt the same way but they parted company,’’ Batten says.

‘We can all think back on our first loves and our first meetings and what our dreams might have been.’ — Lesley Batten The Kingfisher cast is filled with veterans of the Melbourne community theatre scene. ‘‘We’ve got a very experienced trio and they’re really bringing their characters to life,’’ Batten says. Cecil is played by Eric Heyes, Julie Arnold is taking on the role of Evelyn and Tom Travers assumes the role of Hawkins. ‘‘We’re having a lot of fun at rehearsal,’’ Batten said.

‘‘Each person came with a love of the character that they were going to play and they just seem to have gelled. ‘‘It’s been a joy to direct such talent and bring forth what they themselves have probably experienced in their lifetimes.’’ Batten encouraged locals to come along for a good time. ‘‘I think they’re in for an enjoying, fun night of entertainment with real-life characters who are reliving some of their younger days and enjoying their life at the age that they are now.’’ Encore Theatre’s The Kingfisher will be playing at the Clayton Community Centre Theatrette on Cooke Street in Clayton from October 12-27. Cost: $18-24. Concessions available. Details: 1300 739 099.

Belated love: Eric Heyes, Julie Arnold and Tom Travers are playing Sir Cecil, Lady Evelyn and Hawkins in The Kingfisher. Picture: Rob Carew

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AGENTS’CHOICE ●

Maintained with modern touches his spacious family home is in a quiet court. It has been lovingly maintained for many years and has two bedrooms with mirror wardrobes and a possible third bedroom. There are two renovated bathrooms, a modern kitchen, sunroom and two living areas. Features include a wood heater and ducted heating, airconditioner, ceiling fans, roller shutters, a spa, downlights, alarm, gleaming hardwood floors and tiles to wet areas. Park in the four-car garage. Walk to schools, shops, transport and parks.

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5 Fleckney Street, Keysborough Price: Over $390,000 Agent: L J Hooker Noble Park 9546 1888, Roy McNerney 0409 149 356

Sought-after location is a big plus his renovated, three-bedroom brick veneer on a block of 606 square metres is in a high-demand area. It has a separate lounge room with polished floorboards, an updated bathroom, kitchen with gas appliances and meals area. Features include ducted heating and cooling. Park in the lock-up single garage. The property is a short walk from Sandown station, school and bus stop, and a few minutes’ drive to Springvale shopping centre. The property has subdivision potential, subject to council approvals.

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Become the life of the party his spacious house has open-plan entertainment areas. It has four large bedrooms plus study — the main bedroom with en suite, walk-in wardrobe and retreat. The informal dining and family area accesses a covered alfresco with speakers and ceiling fans. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, island bench and glass splashback. There’s a theatre room with a projector, speakers and built-in entertainment unit. The bathroom has a spa and there’s a powder room, and ducted heating, cooling and vacuum.

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3 Isabelle Avenue, Keysborough Price: $590,000-$640,000 Auction: Saturday at 12.30pm Agent: McDonald Real Estate Aspendale Gardens 9587 6211, Andy Choi 0432 671 702

ere’s the ideal house to raise a family and entertain. Past landscaped gardens is a tiled entry and carpeted living room. The large kitchen has quality appliances with gas hotplates, rangehood, oven, benches and cupboards and open meals area. There’s a dining area with a bar and lounge room. Three carpeted bedrooms have built-in wardrobes — the main with walk-in wardrobe and en suite. There’s a laundry and another bathroom. Features include ducted heating, airconditioning and alarm.

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Vandals damage Cannons’ home ground BY ROY WARD VANDALS have attacked Jack Edwards Reserve, Oakleigh, in the past week. The soccer ground, which is home to Oakleigh Cannons senior and junior sides, has had several windows smashed and fire damaged the coaches’ boxes on the far side of the main ground. The Cannons senior side made it into the Victorian Premier League grand final on Friday night, beating Dandenong Thunder in a penalty shootout, and will play at AAMI Park in the final on October 14. Residents have told the Weekly incidents of vandalism at the ground have happened in the past week, possibly over a couple of nights. It’s not clear when the damage occurred or whether it happened at one time or on multiple occasions. Oakleigh Police were investigating the damage yesterday. If you know more about these acts call Crime Stoppers Victoria on 1800 333 000. More Cannons coverage page 23.

Soccer damage: Pictures of the damage at Jack Edwards Reserve, Oakleigh.

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Wish comes true as Blues name new coach BRETT Davidson had long looked at Waverley Blues as the sort of club he wanted to coach. Now he will get his chance after the Blues last week named him coach for the 2013 Eastern Football League division 2 season. Davidson, who coached Chirnside Park for the past two seasons, had a “mutual parting” with the Panthers who, he said, had made it clear they wanted to take the side in a different direction. Davidson said he was already in talks with Blues players and recruits about next season. “I’ve been keen on the Waverley position for a number of years but circumstances never allowed us to meet,” he said. “I took my opportunity this time

and rang up and asked about the position and found out they were looking for a coach. “I was lucky enough to get through and win the position.” The Blues are coming off a difficult year when injury and other issues including overseas travel reduced their playing stocks during key parts of the season. Davidson is expecting to field a much stronger Blues side next season. “The thing people look at is the bottom line of wins and losses and that said the side didn’t have a great year,” he said. “But there were seven to eight games which they lost by under 10 points. There was a loss to Rowville, the premiers, by a goal and a loss to Bayswater by a goal.

“So if you look at those results you know you have a competitive unit and there were also a few senior players overseas for the year and a couple who had serious injuries who missed much of the season. “Those guys are over their injuries so we should start off with a very solid list and if you make a decent recruiting push we should be in that middle rank of teams.” Davidson will bring along his assistant coach Alan Love from Chirnside Park while he also confirmed he would be keeping some of the Blues assistant coaches. While Love did play a few matches with the Panthers last season, Davidson said Love’s position would be a non-playing one. “I think this coming season will be

tighter than ever in division 2,” Davidson said. “You will have Montrose and Mooroolbark who look to be really strong. “Then you will have Bayswater, Donvale, Doncaster East, us, Mulgrave and even North Ringwood all in that next group.” Davidson said he looked forward to being involved in division 2 after several years in division 3. In other EFL coaching appointments, Scoresby has promoted player development and under-19s coach Sean Kavanagh to the senior coach role, replacing Scott Whyte. Noble Park has reappointed Mick Fogarty for 2013, with rover Tyson Mitchem winning the Bulls’ best and fairest award. Division 3 club Boronia has scored

Tiger quickie tweaks his armory BY ROY WARD MUCH like his Richmond side, bowler Matt Shimell is looking at the upcoming Premier Cricket season as a year of consolidation. The 23-year-old right-arm fast-medium bowler took 33 wickets at an average of 18 last season as the Tigers won the Premier Cricket premiership. This year the secret is out. Teams will be desperate to beat the Tigers and Shimell’s shortburst bowling stints will be met with more attention than they might have previously. But just as the competition gets tougher, Shimell said the Tigers had taken to the preseason with vigour following their premiership success. ‘‘We know we have performed well in big games and it gives you confidence we can do it in the games to come,’’ he said. ‘‘The feeling among everyone is pretty good and personally I’m feeling like I’ve improved a bit with fitness and in a few other areas over the offseason.’’ After being used in short bursts last year, Shimell hopes to take a greater role in the Tiger attack this season, including in the shorter forms. ‘‘I’ve added a bit of strength and worked on my general execution of skills. ‘‘I want to become a better bowler in shorter forms so I’ve been practicing my slower balls, bouncers and variations rather than just bowling a stock ball.’’ The Tigers will also have plenty to be excited about this season as they have a new pavilion and practice nets to use at their Central Reserve, Glen Waverley ground. While Shimell hasn’t been dragged up to any higher-level honours, another strong season in Premier Cricket could put his name under the eyes of Big Bash or Victorian selectors. Yet he refuses to acknowledge any of those possibilities, unless they arise. [ 22 ] MONASH WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE

Bowling Tiger: Richmond believes Matt Shimell is ready for another big season. ‘‘I’ve just worked hard to improve my skills at Premier Cricket level,’’ he said. ‘‘If there is ever a chance to do anything else then that’s a decision for people in those sides to make. ‘‘I will just concentrate on the job of playing well for the Tigers.’’ October 1, 2012

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The Tigers will launch their season at Mulgrave Country Club, Wheelers Hill this Thursday at 7pm. The country club is major sponsor of the Tigers. Meals from the bistro menu will be available, with the teams for round 1 to be announced. ■

New Blue: Former Chirnside Park coach Brett Davidson will lead Waverley Blues in 2013. Picture: Wayne Hawkins the services of Rowville premiership player Marc Hardy as senior coach with interim coach Drew O’Hare staying on with Boronia as director of coaching. — Roy Ward

FIXTURE RICHMOND PREMIER CRICKET FIXTURE 2012-2013 October 6 Richmond v Camberwell Magpies, Central Reserve North 10am October 13 St Kilda v Richmond, Junction Oval 11am October 20 Richmond v Geelong, Central Reserve North 11am October 21 Ringwood v Richmond, Russell Lucas Oval 11am October 27, November 3 Richmond v FitzroyDoncaster, Central Reserve North noon November 10, November 17 Northcote v Richmond, Bill Lawry Oval noon November 24 (T20) Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Richmond, Wangaratta Showgrounds 10am November 24 (T20) Richmond v Camberwell Magpies, Wangaratta Showgrounds 7pm December 1 (T20) Richmond v Essendon, Central Reserve North 2.30pm December 2 (T20) Casey-South Melbourne v Richmond, Casey Fields 2.30pm December 5 (T20) Prahran v Richmond, Toorak Park 5.15pm December 8, December 15 North Melbourne v Richmond, Junction Oval noon December 12 (T20) Richmond v Frankston Peninsula, Central Reserve North 5.15pm December 16 T20 final December 22 Richmond v Carlton, Central Reserve North 11am January 12 Melbourne v Richmond, Albert Ground 11am January 19, January 26 Richmond v HawthornMon Uni, Central Reserve North noon January 27 one day final February 2, February 9 Melbourne Uni v Richmond, University Main Oval noon February 16, February 23 Richmond v Footscray Edgewater, Central Reserve North noon March 2, March 9 Dandenong v Richmond, Shepley Oval noon March 16, March 17 quarter-finals March 23, March 24 semi-finals March 30, March 31, April 1 grand final


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Hawks primed for better year HAWTHORN-Monash University will again be after steady improvement this Premier Cricket season. The Hawks made slow but notable progress last season going with a much younger first 11. Teenagers like Liam Tonkin and emerging players like Grant Westgarth, Jake Marnie and Daniel Rogers were given time at the top level. Hawks coach Keith Jansz will again look to field a young team although with a hard offseason behind them the Hawks could well be ready for their best season in several years. The Hawks will also get the services of Sri Lankan star fast bowler Lasith Malinga for a Twenty20 match against Footscray-Edgewater on December 2 at Monash University. But that big occasion aside, the Hawks need to show the fruits of their hard labour this season with at least a couple of wins and, especially in two-day matches, longer batting innings and better bowling pressure. Opening batsman Kumar Sarna will be asked to put together more prolonged innings while veteran English cricketer David Alleyne remains the captain and will look to spend more time at the crease. Regular first team batsman Dean Gunawardane has left the Hawks to join his brother at Dandenong District Cricket Association club North Dandenong.

Shear delight: Oakleigh players sprint to Lambros Honos, inset, after he scored the winning penalty on Friday night.

Pictures: Wayne Hawkins/Gary Sissons

Canny midfielder rolls in winner BY ROY WARD MUCH like his Oakleigh Cannons, Lambros Honos’s match-winning penalty wasn’t pretty, wasn’t well hit but was effective as it took the Cannons through to the Victorian Premier League grand final. The Cannons once again proved Dandenong Thunder’s nemesis in the VPL major semi-final at George Andrews Reserve, Dandenong on Friday night. The Thunder butchered several chances to score in the opening 25 minutes and while the Cannons created only a few chances, their finishing also lacked accuracy. After the teams were locked at 0-0 on full time, the Cannons opened the scoring deep into the first extra time with Ricky Diaco’s low cross deflected into the goal by Thunder midfielder Ross Thompson. It looked a likely winner before Thunder star Nate Foster found himself some space on the right wing, turned inside towards goal and hit a left-foot shot low into the far left corner with just minutes left in the match. Tied at 1-1, the game was decided on penalties. Thunder winger Liam Kearney missed his attempt as the Cannons made all five of their shots completed by midfield star Honos, who tapped home the winner, out-waiting a diving

Stuart Webster in the Thunder goals before rolling home his shot. The win gave the Cannons direct entry into the grand final at AAMI Park on October 14 where they will look to make up for a loss to Green Gully in last year’s final. They will face the winner of the Thunder versus either Northcote City or Green Gully in the preliminary final this Saturday at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex at 3pm. Northcote City played Green Gully in the elimination semi-final yesterday, with the match finishing after the Weekly went to print. Cannons co-coach Peter Zois admitted postgame he had considered swapping Honos with fourth taker Rasmus Festersen during training last week. “I have a lot of confidence in him [Honos] as a player, but watching him take penalties throughout the week I thought to myself, maybe we would reverse our order and have Rasmus take the fifth and Honos the fourth,” Zois said. “So I was quietly not feeling that confident. “All I said was, guys, take your time, get an extra breath and put the ball where you want it. “Then make sure you hit the back of the net.” Zois added that while the Cannons may not have started as favourites, the players were confident they could beat the Thunder. “We have got exactly where we thought we

belonged,” he said. With a two-week break before the grand final, the Cannons will monitor injuries to Ari Dracos and Hayden Doyle which forced both players to be substituted. Zois said Dracos’s injury was only minor and the change was a precaution, while Doyle remains questionable as he re-injured his knee after troubles late in the season. Thunder coach Chris Taylor put the blame for the defeat squarely on his players’ finishing, with the Thunder unable to convert any of the numerous chances created in the opening 25 minutes of the match. “We have no complaints at the end of the day because we had the chance to win the game and if you don’t put those chances away this is what happens to you,” he said. Taylor said his side was desperate for a rematch against the Cannons. “We just want to play them again. We know we are a lot better than them. “And hopefully we can get through this week and show them just how good we are.” Asked to respond to Taylor’s comments, Zois answered in two words. “We won,” he said.

For more pictures from the Cannons’ win go to monashweekly.com.au.

The Hawks open their season against Frankston Peninsula at AH Butler Oval this Saturday at 10am. — Roy Ward

FIXTURE HAWTHORN-MONASH UNIVERSITY PREMIER CRICKET FIXTURE 2012-2013 October 6 Frankston Peninsula v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, AH Butler Oval 10am October 13 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v North Melbourne, Monash University 1 11am October 20 Carlton v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Princes Park 1 Oval, 11am October 21 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Melbourne, Monash University 1 11am October 27, November 3 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Northcote, Monash University 1 noon November 10, November 17 Melbourne Uni v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, University Main Oval noon November 24 (T20) Camberwell Magpies v HawthornMon Uni, Wangaratta Showgrounds 2pm December 1 (T20) Dandenong v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Shepley Oval 2.30pm December 2 (T20) Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Footscray Edgewater, Monash University 1 2.30pm December 5 (T20) Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Camberwell Magpies, Monash University 1 5.15pm December 8 December 15 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Geelong, Monash University 1 noon December 12 (T20) St Kilda v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Junction Oval 5.15pm December 16 T20 final December 22 Ringwood v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Russell Lucas Oval 11am January 12 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Fitzroy-Doncaster, Monash University 1 11am January 19, January 26 Richmond v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Central Reserve North noon January 27 one day final, 11am February 2, February 9 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v CaseySouth Melbourne, Monash University 1 noon February 16, February 23 Essendon v Hawthorn-Mon Uni, Windy Hill noon March 2, March 9 Hawthorn-Mon Uni v Prahran, Monash University 1 noon March 16, March 17 quarter-finals 11.30am March 23, March 24 semi-finals 11.30am March 30, March 31, April 1 final 11.30am

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