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premier bypasses ambos A toddler had to wait 20 minutes for an ambulance after having a seizure at his Hoppers Crossing house last Wednesday. But when paramedics like Dave Hammond (pictured) gathered outside a Liberal Party function in Werribee to warn that lengthy response times are putting lives at risk, Premier Denis Napthine was sprung making a back-door getaway. ■ REPORT, page 5
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Funding to improve a dangerous Wyndham intersection could be up to 10 years away, with VicRoads conceding future road projects will have to compete with the east-west link for state government funding. Documents obtained under freedom of information show VicRoads has developed a $10.5 million plan to improve safety at the intersection of Old Geelong and Forsyth roads in Hoppers Crossing, but funding limitations mean it will proceed with a short-term solution.
The intersection was the scene of six casualty crashes from 2006-11 and is Wyndham’s busiest road. Businesses and Truganina South Primary School have been calling for the intersection to be made safer, warning the number of accidents there was on the rise. In November, VicRoads will begin work on an $880,000 project to install traffic lights, street lights and safety barriers. But FOI documents reveal that VicRoads believes the best way to improve safety at the intersection is to realign Old Geelong Road to form a conventional cross-intersection
with Forsyth Road. The documents state the proposal will have to compete with other state road projects for funding. Altona Labor MP Jill Hennessy said the government’s commitment to the east-west link meant the majority of road funding for the next five to 10 years would be spent on that project, with other projects having to wait. “The Napthine government’s decision to put all of its transport eggs in one basket . . . means that important local road projects like the Forsyth/Old Geelong road intersection will be placed on the
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Wyndham Legal Service will expand its youth law program following a funding injection from the federal government. The community legal centre in Werribee’s Station Place will receive $480,000 over four years as part of a commitment to increase funding for legal services. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus announced the boost during a visit to the centre with the ALP’s Lalor candidate, Expansion: Joanne Ryan (second from left), Mark Joanne Ryan, on Monday. Dreyfus and Denis Nelthorpe discuss plans with staff Wyndham Legal Service at Wyndham Legal Service. (SCOTT MCNAUGHTON) manager Denis Nelthorpe said the access to funding would make it easier for legal help disadvantaged people to get help was poor from a lawyer. He said the centre was GOT A STORY FOR US? compiling a report that found access people. It would also be able to to legal help was poor in Melbourne’s better help newly arrived migrants to NEWS EDITOR \ Matt Crossman firstname.lastname@example.org outer suburbs. tackle difficult civil cases. 8318 6822 “It is a real issue,” he said. “This funding Mr Dreyfus said community legal centres will enable us to employ another lawyer or were an important part of the community. Laura Little email@example.com 8318 5750 another lawyer and a half.” “The best lawyers in Australia work in Mr Nelthorpe said the funding would allow community legal services,” he said. Nick Toscano the centre to expand its youth law program Ms Ryan said the centre provided vital legal firstname.lastname@example.org 8318 5767 and address issues faced by homeless young services to disadvantaged residents. \ LL
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A ferry service could be running between Avalon Airport and Melbourne’s southern suburbs within the next few years. Lyons Capital, the company behind Werribee South’s Wyndham Harbour development, is in talks with Avalon Airport about a ferry service from the Mornington Peninsula to Avalon. Lyons is already working with the state government to develop a ferry from Werribee South to the city. Spokesman Greg Miller said planning for an Avalon ferry was in the preliminary stages, but it could be part of a wider network of ferry services. It would need state government approval. Mr Miller said Lyons was confident people would catch a ferry to Avalon because it would be an attractive alternative to Melbourne’s congested roads. “Increasing access to an airport via Port Phillip Bay becomes an obvious choice for those people living in the southern suburbs.” \ LL
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SCHOOLGIRL’S FIRST AN AFL ‘THRILL’ Point Cook schoolgirl Soreti Jibrael (pictured) has made history as the first umpire to wear a hijab on an elite AFL ground. The 13-year-old said she was nervous when she stepped on to Etihad Stadium to umpire an Auskick match on August 2. “It was nerve-racking and a thrill,” she said. The Hoppers Crossing resident and Cats fan attends Point Cook P-9 College, where 25 students are part of AFL Victoria’s basic umpiring course, which is designed to promote leadership, decision-making and the role of umpires to a new generation. Assistant principal Frank Vetere said the school had been surprised at the publicity surrounding Soreti’s debut “because multiculturalism is something we take for granted”. \ NT
Five former residents of a Werribee nursing home have died since moving to a new aged-care centre to allow a multimillion-dollar redevelopment to get under way. Thirty residents of Wyndham Lodge were last month asked to move to other nursing homes to allow Baptcare to start building a multi-storey development on the site. Management assured families the transition from nursing home to nursing home was much easier than the move from independent living to a nursing home. Baptcare this week said the deaths might not be linked to the move. Some families fear the transition has been too stressful. Marie, who did not want her surname printed, said her dad had lost five friends in the past four weeks. “The move has been stressful for him,’’ Marie said. ‘‘He knew the routine at Wyndham Lodge and that’s what it’s all about with older people.” Baptcare aged-care operations general manager Michael Wilson said winter brought a higher mortality rate than other seasons. \ LL
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Aged-care advocates fear Wyndham’s only government-owned nursing home could be sold off under plans to privatise hundreds of aged-care beds, fanning concerns of nursing job cuts and fee hikes for residents. They say elderly western suburbs residents may be hardest hit under the state government’s privatisation plans. Opposition MPs toured several government-owned nursing homes, including Werribee’s South Stone Lodge,
last Wednesday, launching a petition urging nurse-to-patient ratios that apply in state-run Premier Denis Napthine to stop shrinking the facilities. public aged-care sector. Council on the Ageing state chief executive The government has closed almost 200 Sue Hendy said while it was “debatable” aged care beds in two years. whether the government should run Budget documents show the aged-care in the city, “it definitely “it definitely needs to be in it” in the western government expects to save $75 million in the next four years suburbs where demand was not needs to be when private providers take being met by private providers. in it” over management of the state’s Nursing union spokeswoman aged-care beds in Melbourne. The Robyn Asbury said the planned savings would be achieved through sell-off would negatively affect patient the government no longer having to meet care. She feared more nurses would be made
redundant as private facilities shed staff and increased the proportion of ‘‘personal care workers’’. Tarneit MP Labor MP Tim Pallas accused the government of “selling off the care of our seniors to the highest bidder” despite an ageing population. “I am very concerned that South Stone Lodge will be next,’’ he said. Government spokeswoman Rachel White said no decisions had yet been made on which sites would be sold, but there would be no loss of aged-care places through any transfers. \ NT and LL
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DICING-WITH-DEATH A DAILY REALITY Children’s Hospital. Mr Hammond said such close calls were a twice-daily reality for Paramedic Dave Hammond switched on the paramedics working in the western suburbs. sirens and began a frantic dash to Hoppers “If the boy had gone into cardiac arrest, Crossing, where a three-year-old boy was after 21 minutes CPR is proven to be having a seizure. futile,” he said. Last Wednesday night, Mr Ambulance union spokesman “AFTER 21 Hammond and his colleague, Danny Hill said residents in growth MINUTES, CPR whose service area spans areas were at a much higher risk, IS PROVEN Wyndham and Hobsons Bay, particularly as resources allocated TO BE FUTILE” to Melbourne’s west regularly ended were in Flemington to help clear an inner-city backlog when the up in the city. He said the average code-one call came in. They were the response time in Werribee had blown closest ambulance. It was 21 minutes before out from 10 to 19 minutes in two years. they arrived and administered a sedative. Ambulance Victoria figures show The boy’s seizure continued another 20 ambulances are spending more than 1300 minutes until they pulled into the Royal hours a month waiting to transfer patients at
the west’s three biggest hospitals. For the past year, the union has been calling on the Napthine government to improve ambulance resources, reduce transfer times and give them a 30 per cent rise so their pay is in line with paramedics in other states. Mr Hill seized on comments by Health Minister David Davis claiming 18 minutes was a “normal” cardiac arrest response time. “No one in the health profession would say that’s acceptable,” Mr Hill said. Ambulance Victoria group manager Tony Elliott said the service had increased resources in the outer-west this year and planned to add more in Werribee and Melton early next year. \ nick toscano and laura little
I recently read an excellent article that highlighted the frustration we “rank and file” feel towards politicians who don’t listen. There has always been loud and energetic public debate around issues such as the east-west link, Port Phillip Bay dredging and the carbon tax. At a local level, Wyndham residents speak of residential overdevelopment and the snail’s pace at which roads, public transport and infrastructure progress. It sometimes seems like some of our local councillors have gone AWOL since being elected in October last year, only popping up in the local papers when it suits. However, kudos must go to council’s community development team, and our councillors, for developing the ‘‘Wyndham Exchange’’. A series of listening posts will be set up across the municipality, giving ratepayers direct access to those we voted for. It’s a great opportunity for any of us who regularly have something to say about the actions of our council. High on the agenda, I suspect, will be the overcrowding of our suburbs and roads, the disgusting tip mountain, sports facilities and the bad behaviour of local hoons. Perhaps the issue of ‘‘missing in action’’ councillors will be raised, along with questions on what they’ve done in the past 10 months to represent their wards. Whatever the issue, question, comment or compliment, the Wyndham Exchange is a chance for everyone to get their message to those who matter. Hopefully, they’ll be ready to listen. The first Wyndham Exchange is from 11am to 1pm on Saturday at Station Place, Werribee. \ EMMA SUTCLIFFE Emma Sutcliffe is a freelance writer
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Premier Denis Napthine made a back-door getaway to avoid speaking with paramedics gathered outside a Werribee function, angering the ambulance union which says he views them as “just bums on a seat” whose opinions don’t matter. Last Thursday, 12 western suburbs paramedics gathered outside Liberal MP Andrew Elsbury’s Watton Street office, which was being officially opened by Dr Napthine. They had hoped to speak to the premier about response times. But Dr Napthine arrived and left through a back door, avoiding the paramedics. Werribee paramedic Danny Hill said the group was “not there to chant, harass or ambush” anyone. “For him to duck out the back because he doesn’t want to talk to a small group of paramedics, it makes you wonder how he’s in his job.’’ Dr Napthine’s spokesman Mark Lee said the premier did not want to participate in a ‘‘union media stunt’’ but was happy to have a private and productive meeting with paramedics. \ LL and NT
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police hunt hold-up pair Two masked men are being hunted by police following an early-morning hold-up at a Tarneit fast-food shop. A man, 25, was making a delivery to a KFC store on the corner of Derrimut and Sayers roads when he was confronted by the masked men just before 4.30am Monday. Detectives believe one of the men had a gun. The delivery-truck driver had his hands tied and was forced back into the shop. Police said the offenders stole cash before leaving the shop. The delivery man managed to free himself a short time later and called police. He was not injured. The armed robbery comes just two weeks after a man was robbed at knifepoint in Werribee South. A Werribee man, 31, had his wallet stolen by a man holding a knife while walking along Beach Road on July 27. Information to Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 \ not-guilty plea on video link A Werribee man accused of leading police on three high-speed chases along the Hume Highway in July has pleaded not guilty to five charges. Raymond Gottschalk, 24, appeared in Wagga Local Court on Monday via video link, charged with two counts of police pursuit and counts of not stopping a vehicle when
directed, unlicensed driving and receiving property stolen outside of NSW. No reasons were given for Gottschalk’s not-guilty pleas and he did not apply for bail. A hearing date is likely to be set in September. \ Coalition’s $6m greening pledge Revegetating the banks of the Werribee River and increasing canopy cover in Melbourne’s western suburbs will be key “green army” projects if the federal Coalition wins government next month. Touring Werribee on Tuesday, opposition climate spokesman Greg Hunt pledged $6 million to a ‘Greening the West’ program, part of a Coalition policy to plant 20 million trees. Mr Hunt said a “green army” of 15,000 young people to tackle environmental projects would be a cornerstone of a Coalition government’s climate policy. \ fill up tins to help the kids APCO independent service stations are helping out with the Cops ‘N’ Kids program. Run by Ballarat police, with the Royal Children’s Hospital, the program gives sick children and their families a chance to do something enjoyable and memorable together. Donation tins are at APCO petrol stations, including one on Morris Road, Hoppers Crossing. \
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scarred track took a toll “The stewards who inspected the surface before the July 17 meeting and passed it as Overuse of Werribee’s racing track was a safe for racing could not have foreseen the major cause of deterioration that contributed deterioration that occurred.” to the injuries of two horses and an apprentice Racing Victoria infrastructure manager jockey who was thrown into the railing. Jamie McGuiness said management was A Racing Victoria report released on disappointed at the “range of factors” that Monday found the track hosted 10 race meets caused the track to take a “backward step”. in 2012-13, despite being scheduled for “The investigation determined that only eight. the surface stability was not at an The July 17 fixture, which acceptable standard on the day of “werribee was called off following injuries the meeting and as a result the should be to jockey Boris Thornton and available for track deteriorated too quickly,” two racehorses that were later McGuiness said. use yeardestroyed, had been an extra “But we are equally optimistic round” meeting that was transferred from about both its short and longer-term Ballarat. future.” The report found Werribee Racing Club’s The track will be ready to host the arrival surface had been subjected to heavy use of the international riders who are housed at because of the number of trials staged there. Werribee ahead of their tilts at the Melbourne Twenty-two trials were transferred from Cup and other spring features. Cranbourne to Werribee during February “Werribee should be available for use all and April, while 12 jumps trials were run year-round and it is our desire for the club’s there in June. cup meeting to proceed as programmed in Racing Victoria has started remedial work, November,’’ Mr McGuiness said. which it is confident will fix surface problems. The first internationals will arrive on “There was additional wear on the section September 28. \ NT of the track … where the traffic was more Have your say concentrated towards the running rail,” the email@example.com report stated.
veterans pay homage to mates Wyndham Vietnam veterans like Barrie Rice and Vic Pilch (pictured) will mark the anniversary of the war and remember their fallen mates during a ceremony at the Werribee cenotaph on Sunday. The ceremony, including a dawn service from 7am, has been organised by the Melbourne West sub-branch of the Vietnam Veterans Association to celebrate Vietnam Veterans Day. Veterans will also be selling badges this week to raise money for veterans’ welfare. Secretary Ray Matthew says badge week is the association’s main fund-raiser and helps veterans and their families. \
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CHAOS TRAILS RAIL MISHAP and Cottrell streets were among the worst in Victoria. Peak-hour traffic in Werribee was thrown “Given the limitations for alternative into chaos last Wednesday afternoon after a movements around those areas, they are freight train carriage derailed at Cherry Street major congestion points,” he said. crossing. ‘‘The government needs to be transparent Boom gates were down and motorists about its investment in level crossings. It banked up in the rain for more than four constantly boasts about a level-crossing hours as congestion pushed back to elimination strategy, but the only places Watton Street, Princes Highway and they’re interested in are their own Duncans Road. seats.” “THEY The incident has renewed In April this year, train drivers ARE MAJOR pressure on the state government to ranked the Cherry Street crossing CONGESTION in a list of the 10 most-dangerous separate road and trail traffic at the notorious crossing which lobbyists level crossings. POINTS” say been a “major congestion point” The crossing was the scene of a for years. fatality in May last year when a freight Wyndham’s Leading Senior Constable train collided with a 65-year-old woman’s David Cations said the Melbourne-bound car. Pacific National train ground to a halt on Road safety advocate and former approaching the crossing after one of its Wyndham mayor Kim McAliney said it was carriages derailed about 3.45pm. He said steel time the crossing was “grade-separated” to beams on the carriage had broken and could improve safety and reduce road congestion. have caused damage to the track. Public Transport Victoria said it was Senior Constable Cations said the closure waiting for investigations into the fatality to of the crossing in both directions caused a finish before deciding whether to make a case traffic backlog across the suburb. The crossing for separating Cherry Street. reopened after 7pm. A spokeswoman said the crossing was fully Tarneit Labor MP Tim Pallas said level protected with flashing lights, bells and boom crossings at Cherry Street and at Werribee gates. \ NT
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ess Cameron was speechless when she won the 2013 Belinda Clark Award, one of women’s cricket’s most prestigious prizes. But the vivacious local has no trouble speaking about the place she calls home, writes John Hazeldene
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What’s your favourite place to grab a coffee and a bite to eat? I go to Chatterbox Cafe on Watton Street for my skinny cap and Hoppers Junctions Cafe on Old Geelong Road for a bite to eat for breakfast. I love their ham, cheese and tomato toasties. For dinner, the family goes to Curry Guru for a beef or lamb korma or to Baffetti Ristorante E’Bar– both of them on Watton Street. We spend a lot of time on that street. What do you do in your down time? I train at In-Balance Fitness quite a bit, but I do enjoy going to Fifth Element Day Spa on the weekend when I don’t have to train. Most people wouldn’t think so, but for me getting a remedial tissue massage is a great way to relax after a long week.
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What would you change in your neighbourhood? Personally, I think the area could do with more recreation areas. I think we need more places to sit and relax outside. I love my area, but we do have an awful lot of footy ovals.
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hALT CALLED TO COCKFIGHTS said. “This is because they are intentionally bred for aggression . . . and are then trained An alleged cockfighting ring has been busted and injected with hormones, drugs and in a joint operation between police and the supplements to increase stamina and RSPCA in Melbourne’s west. aggression.” Inspectors seized 21 roosters and Hobsons Bay’s Inspector Richard Paterson cockfighting equipment during raids on said the raids were a “wonderful example of two properties in Laverton and St Albans on enforcement agencies working together to August 1. enhance community safety”. It is believed there are links between Following the raids at Rockbank last the latest raids and those at a year, 86 people connected with the Rockbank property last September, cockfighting ring were convicted and “we will when police seized hundreds of fined under the Prevention of Cruelty find you and to Animals Act, which prohibits a birds and more than $100,000 cash. person attending an event where prosecute RSPCA inspectorate services animals are encouraged to fight. you” manager Allie Jalbert said They pleaded guilty to charges of inspectors would compile a brief of attending a cockfight and were each evidence before laying charges. ordered to pay between $1500 and $2500, to “If you perpetuate activities which involve be forfeited to RSPCA. cruelty to animals we will find you and RSPCA inspector Shannon Walsh said prosecute you,” Ms Jalbert said. he hoped the penalties would send a strong Cockfighting is a blood sport between two message that cockfighting was a barbaric roosters held in a ring called a cockpit. sport. The roosters attack each other with Police said the problem of animal cruelty razor-sharp blades attached to their legs and was far from banished from the western are forced to fight to the death. suburbs. \ NT “Sadly, poultry that are bred for fighting Have your say purposes are unsuitable for re-homing and firstname.lastname@example.org must be humanely put to sleep,’’ Ms Jalbert
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Premier Denis Napthine has used the opening of a $30 million privately funded medical centre in Werribee to spruik his government’s commitment to the East Werribee Employment Precinct. Dr Napthine (pictured) opened the Wyndham Private Medical Centre on Thursday during a Werribee visit that included the opening of Western Metropolitan Liberal MP Andrew Elsbury’s new electorate office. The medical centre, which opened its doors last May, offers Wyndham residents improved
access to GPs, dentists and specialist services including pathology and IVF. Dr Napthine said Wyndham Private would become part of a new medical precinct including Wyndham Clinic and Day Surgery, an expanded mental health facility at Werribee Mercy Hospital and the proposed St Vincents Private Hospital. “The centre will be a part of Melbourne’s new west – a mixed-use precinct accommodating more than 50,000 new jobs, 7000 new dwellings and a residential population of approximately 15,500 people.” \ LL
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onia Todman is unequivocal. “You won’t find a skerrick of raffia in my house,” she declares. Nor, for that matter, a hessian mouse or anything that remotely resembles a sugar-stiffened crocheted swan. If that were not surprising, her next statement is frankly shocking. “I don’t particularly like craft,” Todman says. As her good friend and fellow former Channel 10 host Rove McManus might ask: “What the ...?” This from the woman who once coolly demonstrated on national television how to decoupage a rock? “What can I say ... I was compelled,” she laughs. “All I would ever take responsibility for was the method. I gave people the method. Taste is another matter altogether.” Here at Highbank – the 160-year-old bluestone homestead she lovingly restored with third husband Michael Dowding – good taste is redolent right down to the bowl of freshly picked quinces perfuming the air under the heat of the photographer’s lights. On one wall hangs the rich scroll of an ancestor painting brought home from one of her trips to China. On the sideboard, a magpie’s nest blown from a tree has been raised to art. “I like to live among things that mean something to me, not just because they are fashionable or the right colour,” Todman says. At 65 she is trim, her eyes bright with merriment and the voice as pleasantly modulated as ever. But as she sits in the lounge of her home on the outskirts of Kyneton, it’s hard to fathom that in her Channel 10 heyday Todman boasted a bigger mailbag than then Neighbours stars Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan put together. She had two full-time mail openers to handle requests generated from Good Morning Australia and Healthy, Wealthy and Wise, once attracting more than 60,000 stamped self-addressed envelopes for a fact sheet on how to use PVA glue to cover wooden boxes with fabric. There was hardly a segment that didn’t benefit from Todman’s appearance and she was game for anything. “For the international kite flying convention at Sale, they had me flying kites in a howling gale and I actually left the ground at one stage, being carried aloft by a huge Chinese box kite. While doing a story in Sydney Harbour about The Rocks area I took to a small rowboat, but no one had anticipated the strong outgoing tide and I was soon heading for the main ferry routes in and out of Circular Quay and had to be rescued.” Appreciating her comedic talent, Rove worked her into his show with regular “Tonia Todman sightings”. She had a cult following among the gay community
Making it, her way Australia’s queen of craft deconstructs some myths about the “dreaded decoupage”, writes Sarah Harris
who, in one Sydney Mardi Gras, paid her the ultimate tribute with a Tonia Todman float. Not altogether what was expected of a Tamworth farmer’s wife. “I had been brought up to be a good wife and mother. I was never expected to be a breadwinner and yet I have always worked,” Todman reveals. She started sewing after the drought of the late ’60s put paid to her husband Tony’s ambitions of following his parents onto the land. “He needed to go back to university, and to pay the fees I started sewing.” Todman started working for Vogue Patterns, first making up samples, then as a demonstrator, and she eventually became editor of Mode Made magazine for Kerry Packer. “The closest I usually got to him was when I used to park my car beside his in the basement and he had two rottweilers in the back seat of his BMW. It was terrifying if you accidentally happened to brush the car.” She was already 40 when a Channel 10 programming director asked if she could demonstrate some Mode Made projects on television. It wasn’t her first time on TV. Tonia Barker was a student at the Newcastle
Crafty: TV star and author Tonia Todman is known for her commitment to the domestic arts. She runs a rose farm, bed and breakfast and cooking school at her Highbank homestead. (Paul Rovere)
Church of England Girls’ Grammar School when she audaciously auditioned for the infant NBN network. “My headmistress thought I was going to hell,” Todman recalls. “I wanted to be a journalist and a newsreader. My mother made me this wonderful dress of chartreuse peau de soie silk with a belled skirt and satin shoes dyed to match, and a little floral jacket.” She didn’t get the gig but landed a season as a presenter on Swallows Juniors – forerunner to Young Talent Time. After school she attended shorthand classes in Sydney, but the script was written. She married Tony – her boyfriend of four years – quite oblivious to the young man who sat behind her in that class who still recalls the tortoiseshell clasp at the nape of her neck. He may have waited more than 35 years, but eventually Michael Dowding got the girl. By then Todman’s sons Angus and Simon had grown and she had put a short-lived second marriage full of “mental anguish” behind her. But now, running her cookery school and B&B, Todman is in a very good place, away from the glare of television which, when it ended, was brutal. “Twenty
years and it was all over in five minutes. As I was leaving Channel 10 for the last time I was encouraged to take the large photo of me that had always been on the wall of the green room. This I did, but as I drove out of the car park I got a call asking for the frame to be returned.” She still has her share of public exposure with the steady stream of B&B guests and students. “There are people out there who still remind me about Wreaths and Garlands and other books [there are 28] I wrote 20 years ago. I can’t escape it – I think it will be with me until I die. I think someone will crochet my headstone.” On the way out we pass a collection of birds’ nests salvaged by Todman. “I think they are miracles. No one teaches them how to do it. There is no book,” she says. I raise an eyebrow, imagining the possible title. “No way,” she laughs. “Absolutely no way.” \ » www.toniatodman.com
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Budding musician Liam Ferrari (pictured) is touring Australian schools to speak out against cyberbullying. Ferrari, 17, who auditioned for The X Factor with his group Straight Up, will perform at capital city secondary schools in the coming weeks. Ferrari moved to Point Cook from Canberra with his family 18 months ago to focus on his music. He believes he can help young people overcome bullying because his Facebook page is regularly targeted by cyberbullies. Ferrari says the negative comments posted by bullies have motivated him to succeed in the music industry. \
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OPENING HOURS: See your local store or www.aldi.com.au for details. Meat and produce prices valid from 14/08/13 – 20/08/13 in our Victorian stores. Produce prices are also available in Albury and Lavington stores. Some items are sold in pre-packed sizes. While stocks last – please note stocks are limited and will vary between stores. Despite our careful planning, we apologise if selected items may sell out on the first day due to unexpected high demand. In the event of unexpected high demand, ALDI Stores reserves the right to limit purchases to reasonable quantities. ALD4280_W33_C August 14, 2013 \ WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE 15
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donations help provide blanket coverage Wyndham residents are being urged to donate leftover wool to go towards blankets for sick children. A group of local women, including Heather Bretts (pictured), are knitting blankets that will be donated to the Royal Children’s Hospital. Mrs Bretts has been making the blankets, giving children something to cuddle during their stay, since she was 17. Donations: 0438 280 648. \
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COMMUNITY GRANTS - AVAILABLE NOW! Cedar Woods, the developer of Williams Landing, is offering local community groups the chance to secure funding for various community initiatives in recognition of the important role that they play in building healthy and vibrant neighbourhoods. In 2013, the Williams Landing Neighbourhood Grants scheme will be increased to $25,000, to be allocated to local not-for-profit community groups in grants of $500, $1000 or $2000. It’s easy for your community group to apply! For eligibility criteria and application forms, visit williamslanding.com.au, drop into our Williams Landing Sales and Information Centre at 3 Opsum Way, Williams Landing, open 7 days 11am-5pm, or call (03) 9820 1777.
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What’s on Shakespeare abridged Three brave actors brazenly blend the best of the brilliant bard in this farcical feast of inspired lunacy including improvisation, pop culture and audience participation. 8pm, Thursday, at Wyndham Cultural Centre, 177 Watton Street, Werribee. ■ Tickets: wyncc.com.au Smooth operators Catch Dixie Heroes with Lindsay Meech at Werribee Jazz Club’s monthly event from 8pm this Saturday at Werribee Bowling Club. Cost: $12-$15. ■ Details: 9974 2918 Wonder years Doors open at 6.45pm this Saturday at the Italian Sports Club of Werribee for the The Wonder Years Spectacular Mini-Tribute Show. Tickets: $40-45, includes three-course meal. 601 Heaths Road, Werribee. ■ Bookings: 9741 1225 or iscw.com.au
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Flying high The Royal Australian Air Force Roulettes will perform the first display of the new air show season at the RAAF base in Point Cook at 1pm this Sunday. The base’s museum, with its static aircraft displays, is open seven days a week. ■ Details: airforce.gov.au/raafmuseum/ Want your event listed? Email details by noon on the Wednesday before publication \ whatsonwest@ mmpgroup.com.au
Celebrated model and actress Jerry Hall will reprise her role as seductress Mrs Robinson in the Melbourne season of The Graduate. The production will play a limited season from September 21 at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne. Tickets on sale atticketek.com.au. For your chance to win two tickets to the show valued at $300 on Saturday, September 21, at 2pm visit winthisnow.com.au and follow the prompts. Entries close on Sunday, August 18, at 11.59pm and will be drawn next day at 10am, at the offices of MMP Group, 214 Park Street, South Melbourne. Winners will be notified in writing and their names published at winthisnow.com. au where terms and conditions are also available.
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Re: Napthine runS FROM paramedics (Weekly online):
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This country’s got blinkers on when it comes to poverty. Look at the devastation that welfare ‘reforms’ are causing in the UK – that just might happen here, too, if Abbott gets in. Dan \ via web
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Re: Werribee traffic chaos after train derailing (Weekly online):
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This is the second time this has happened in a month. Getting stuck for four hours at a railway crossing in the centre of Werribee is ridiculous. It’s time for the second underpass that was promised way back when the first was started. The pedestrian lights on either side of the crossing have made this intersection a huge bottleneck for all. Guest \ via web
Look after our paramedics – they deserve the best equipment and to be paid more than pollies. Robbo \ via web
Perhaps we should dub Dr Napthine the runaway premier. Johno \ via web
Didn’t the ambos get enough of a good run with the 11 years under Labor? Oh wait, that’s why the rest of Victoria kicked Brumby and Co out – they couldn’t manage the finances. Mat \ via web
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Power up at Battery World Next time you go to throw out your old batteries, stop and think about where they will end up, is the advice of Andrew Stubbs, owner of Battery World Hoppers Crossing. To stop batteries ending up in landfill, this important new business offers a recycling program which will help alleviate environmental damage. “Battery World is a one-stop shop for all your portable power solutions. At Battery World we will keep you switched on,” Stubbs explains with enthusiasm. Replacement and fitting, testing and charging are available for all types of batteries suitable for cars, boats, trucks, tractors, caravans, jet skis, games, laptops, phones, cordless drills, alarms, golf carts, and more. Products sold include battery testers, power inverters, jumper leads, 12V accessories and an extensive range of solar products. The business offers a free battery fitting service which includes an alternator check, cleaning and maintenance of battery terminals. There is also free testing on all kinds of batteries. “We offer a 24/7 emergency service including home and roadside delivery and installation of automotive batteries - all with a fully comprehensive national warranty,” Stubbs says. Battery World Hoppers Crossing, at Shop 4/428 Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing, opens 8.30am-5.30pm daily. Inquiries: 8360 3818 or email@example.com
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Mayoral Column Last Thursday, I was delighted to welcome the Premier of Victoria, Dr Denis Napthine to Wyndham for the opening of the $30 million Wyndham Private Medical Centre ��������������������������������������� to the medical services available to our growing community. The Wyndham Private Medical Centre will be part of a health precinct which will include the soon to be completed Wyndham Clinic and Day Surgery and the proposed St Vincent’s Private Hospital. Located in Hoppers Lane, opposite Werribee Mercy Hospital, and within the East Werribee Employment Precinct, the centre ���������������������������������������� specialists and a GP clinic. This means many Wyndham residents will no longer have to travel into Melbourne to access important medical specialist services. It comes on top of the State Government’s announcement of $34 million in this year’s State Budget for a new mental health unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital, which is another important investment in the health of our City. The opening of Wyndham Private Medical Centre ������������������������������������������ East Werribee Employment Precinct, which will eventually accommodate more than 50,000 new jobs, 7,000 new dwellings, and ���������������������������������������� 15,500 people. In May, the State Government announced $72 million investment into �������������������������������������������� the precinct including the development of the $40 million Sneydes Road interchange and $9.6 million for the realignment of the ������������������������������������������ Wyndham City looks forward to the next stage in the development of the East Werribee Employment Precinct. - Cheers, Heather.
’m a firm believer in walking on a full stomach. Devouring a farmer’s breakfast in front of a log fire is a sure-fire way to sustain the body for a big day hiking. It’s 7.30am and we’re in the township of Woodend, an hour north of Melbourne, looking up at the Macedon Ranges from a family-owned coffee shop. We’re savouring an open fire and hot coffee before stepping out into the bracing cold to begin our 30-kilometre-plus hike up and around Mount Macedon. The car thermometer says it’s two degrees outside and there isn’t a cloud in the sky. The mountain looks like something out of a J.R.R. Tolkien novel. It juts out from behind the maroon-coloured, corrugated-iron rooftops, shrouded by low clouds with a steely green hue. The circuit hike around Mount Macedon takes six hours if you are relatively fit, but allow at least eight hours in case you lose track of time at one of the many lookout points. If you have spare time, take 20 minutes to explore Hanging Rock and its maze-like rock formation. It will cost you $10 at the car park. You can step on to the Macedon walking track from any of the six points where it intersects with the road, or at any of the picnic grounds. Overall, you will ascend to about 1000 metres and drop to as low as 580 metres. We start at the northern-most tip of the walk, Camels Hump, where there is a car park and an extra 10-minute walk to the summit with views of Hanging Rock. Camels Hump is well-known for rock climbing and the lookout is a great spectator spot. As you make your way around the Mount Macedon circuit, you quickly realise how non-strenuous it is to explore the terrain. The trail is one of the most forgiving, well-maintained
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It’s not a new fire levy, it’s a fairer fire levy. On 1 July 2013, as recommended by the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission, the Victorian Government is replacing the old fire services levy with a fairer system. Rather than being added to insurance premiums, the levy will now be collected with council rates. This means all property owners contribute a fair share to the Country Fire Authority or the Metropolitan Fire Brigade. The levy is a fixed charge of $100 for residential properties and $200 for non-residential properties, plus a variable charge based on the property’s capital improved value. All funds will go towards supporting Victoria’s fire services. GST and stamp duty charged on the old levy have been removed and, for the first time, eligible pensioners and veterans will receive a $50 concession. These reforms will save households and business around $100 million a year. F•S•A/DPC0018
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Point Cook \ 14 Lincoln Heath Boulevard An undeniably rich and sumptuous feel is the impression you’ll get inside this upscale former display property, while outdoors its two enclosed entertainment areas make it ultra-liveable for the modern family. High ceilings feature on both levels, and there’s a classy dark mocha and cafe latte wall palette. The main bedroom on the ground floor is introduced by tall double doors and has a
bright feature wall, twin walk-in wardrobes, en suite with dual stone-topped basins and a shower with hand-held shower head. Each of three bedrooms upstairs has walk-in wardrobes and rooftop views and there’s a neat retreat/rumpus room with city views and an adjoining study nook with box windows and a large desk. Downstairs you’ll find an abundance of living areas. An open office is off the wide foyer and has an internal door to the double garage, while a lounge and dining area (delineated by the
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main hallway) are plushly carpeted and have holland and block-out blinds. There’s also a two-way gas log fire in the lounge room, which also heats the family-meals hub at the back of the house. The kitchen is a highlight, with a large stone-topped island bench with concealed dishwasher, three drawer-style pantries, glass splashback, Electrolux 900mm cooker (with five elements), stainless-steel oven, and D-pull cabinet handles. Other features include two sparkling
Price \ $659,000
bathrooms (both with frameless shower screens), understairs storage, a laundry linking to a deck with clothesline, and two enclosed entertainment areas – one of these has a Coonara, the other elevated decking, built-in seating and PVC blinds leading to a landscaped side yard with drive-through space. There’s also a backyard with buffalo grass bordered by mature hedges, making it private and easy on the upkeep. As well, there’s refrigerated ducted cooling and heating, and an alarm system. \ Mark Bunker
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Wyndham Vale \ 28 Kinglake Drive Give your family the lifestyle it deserves with this contemporary house in Manor Lakes estate. The well-maintained residence has four spacious bedrooms, three with built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and en suite with twin-basin vanity. And there are three separate living areas, including an open-plan family-meals space, lounge and rumpus rooms. The kitchen has a glass splashback, large pantry and stainless-steel appliances. This impressive home also has central heating, landscaped gardens and a double garage with remote-control. In the backyard thereâ€™s an undercover entertainment area, synthetic lawn, a cubby house and a shed. The property is close to Manor Lakes railway station and shopping centre, schools and parks. \
Agent \ Sweeney Estate Agents Tarneit 9749 0010
Price \ $415,000-$440,000
9217 8500 Wyndham Vale 15 Parawong Parade
Great Location - Ideal Family Home
Perfectly positioned in the much sought suburb of Wyndham Vale and only minutes from with local schools, bus stops, New shopping Centre and the upcoming train station, this spacious home is set on a generous sized allotment which makes it ideal for raising a family. Offering a practically located kitchen with ample cupboard space over looking the meals with access to the outdoor entertainment ares & large family area, four (4) bedroom with built in robes master with ensuite and walk in robe. Arrange an inspection to avoid the disappointment of missing out.
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Point Cook \ 29 Drysdale Crescent Space and style are the hallmarks of this family favourite in Point Cook. The Metricon-designed house has four bedrooms, including the main with en suite with spa and twin-basin vanity. The other bedrooms have built-in robes. There’s ample room to party, with an open-plan family-meals area and separate rumpus and lounge rooms, while a study is a handy addition. The kitchen has stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances. Features are ducted heating, evaporative cooling, polished floorboards, an alarm, landscaped gardens and double garage with remote-control. Out back there’s a decked entertainment area and a paved one. Point Cook town centre, childcare, schools and parks are within strolling distance. \
Agent \ MICM Property Point Cook 8256 1111
Price \ $525,000-$565,000
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16 Patrick Street
A spacious tilt slab factory ideally situated in a popular and busy neighbourhood. This property is located within a short drive to Hume Highway and Upfield Rail Station. It is also situated just a short drive to the Metropolitan Ring Road and Melbourne Airport. The property features: • 730m2 [8000ft2] [approx] building area • 8m ceiling • 150mm Walls and Flooring • Halogen lighting • 1136.2m2 [approx.]land area • Container access roller door • 3 Phase electric supply • Onsite parking x10 spaces
Ongoing investment: 3 Potential yield of 6% [approx.]. 3 Investment growth potential with key industries and infra-structure developing locally.
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9 St AndreWS drive Werribee
This superb allotment is in a prime location and tucked away within the established Lincoln Heath Estate located close to Point Cook Road & Sneydes Roads. Comprising: Easterly facing home site – 560m2. Frontage & rear boundaries of 17.5 metres with side boundaries of 32 metres (approx) – Fenced on 3 boundaries. Close to: Sanctuary Lakes Shopping Centre, Carranballic P-9 College, Lumen Christi Catholic Primary School and Point Cook & Palmers Rd Freeway ramp access – 20 km from Melbourne CBD (approx)
Inspections: By appointment Terms: 10% Deposit and balance 60-120 Days Call now for further details and for an appointment to inspect: Domenic Cichello Tel: 0412 378 527 Mob. (03) 8353 9177 Bh. Licensed Estate Agent REIV CEA PMAPI
FOR SALE - OFFERS COnSidEREd Craigieburn 700 Donnybrook Road Approx. 7.7 Acres with 4 Br bv home + machinery shed. Brookfield 8 Red Fox Bvd 4 Br Bv home+ study spacious living - OFFERS CONSIDERED FOR REnT - AvAiLAbLE nOw! Glenroy 5/4A South Street $275.00 pw 3 Br unit with timber flooring, all gas and OSP.
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Point Cook Testville 123Cooinda 28 Test Street Way Beautiful Family Luxurious Inner City Home Designer Style Must • FourInspect bedrooms plus study. Point 1 with stainless steel appliances, • Kitchen • dishwasher Point 2 and stone bench tops. Point 3and family area, rumpus, purpose-designed • Meals • theatre Point 4 room and outdoor alfresco. • 35 squares set on 594m2 block (approx). Auction Saturday 13th August at 1.00pm View Thurs 1.00+- 1.30pm Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm Price $600,000 ljhooker.com.au/256545 View Contact Agent Name 0000 000 000 ljhooker.com.au/JHGH Agent2 Name 0000 000 Contact Paul Caine 0421000 551 051 LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080 Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point Cook
Point Cook Testville 123Lincoln 14 Test Street Heath Boulevard
3B 2C 1E 1D 2
11:45 Thurs View to 12:15pm 1.00 - 1.30pm ljhooker.com.au/1UHGH Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm ljhooker.com.au/021521 Contact Paul Contact Caine 0421 551 051 Agent Name 0000 000 000 Agent2 Name 0000 000 000
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Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point Cook
Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point Cook
Must • MainInspect bedroom complete with twin walk in robes, • en Point 1 and balcony. suite Point 2 with 900mm stainless steel appliances, • Kitchen • walk Pointin3 pantry and stone bench tops. Point 4 lounge and dining, meals and family area • Formal with fireplace and upstairs rumpus. Auction Saturday 13th August at 1.00pm View Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm Price $750,000 ljhooker.com.au/256545 View Contact Agent Name 0000 000 000 ljhooker.com.au/33HGH Agent2 Name 0000 000 000 0448 846 629 Contact Silvana Masalkovski
•Must MainInspect bedroom with walk • in Point robe1 and en suite. • Point 2 comprising of Kitchen • stainless Point 3 steel appliances • and Pointstone 4 bench tops. Point 5room, open-plan • Sitting • dining Point 6and family area • and Pointrumpus 7 room. • 31 sqs set on 572m2
Beautiful Family Architectural 48 sq. Home brilliance
Price $659,000 Auction Saturday 13th August at 1.00pm View Saturday 17th August 2013
Point Cook Testville 123Landing 21 Test Street Place
Point Cook Testville 123Sumner 21 Test Street Crescent
Beautiful Family Ex-display celebration Homeof style and elegance Inspect! •Must Grand main bedroom complete with twin walk robes andinnovative en suite. & MagnificentinNth facing • Kitchen with stainless truly spacious residencesteel over 3levels appliances, dishwasher, setting a new integrated bench mark for stylish vinyl wrap cabinetry, glassliving. splash low maintenance inner-city back and stone bench tops. The ground level offers a vast and • Formal space loungefor with double sidedwith versatile living & dining dining room, open anfireplace, alfresco separate veranda & outdoor area, a plan meals and family area, rumpus superb gourmet kitchen compliments room and homezone. office. this entertaining • Outdoor alfresco room with paving, • Point 1 timber decking and log fireplace.
A 2B 4+ 3A
Price $535,000 Auction Saturday to 13th August at 1.00pm $565,000 View Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm ljhooker.com.au/1NHGH Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm ljhooker.com.au/15243 Contact Paul Caine Contact 0421 551Agent 051 Name LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080 Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point
Point Cook Testville 123Landing 33 Test Street Place Must • MainInspect bedroom with walk • in Point robe1 and en suite. • Point 2 with 900mm Kitchen • stainless Point 3 steel • appliances, Point 4 dishwasher • and Pointstone 5 bench tops. Point 6 lounge, dining/ • Formal • family Point 7area and timber decked alfresco.
Price $480,000 Auction Saturday to 13th August at 1.00pm $520,000 View Thurs 1.00 - 1.30pm ljhooker.com.au/1QHGH Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm ljhooker.com.au/15243 Contact Paul Caine Contact 0403 438Agent 601 Name LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080 Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point
Point Cook Testville 123Dunkirk 31 Test Street Drive
Point Cook Testville 123 7 Sinavara Test Street Avenue
Beautiful Classic family Family home Home
Beautiful living Designer Familywith Home lavish gardens
•Must FourInspect bedrooms plus separate study. Point 1 with stainless steel appliances. • Kitchen Point 2 lounge and dining room, meals and family • Formal • area Pointand 3 separate rumpus. Point 4paved pergola outdoors with wood-fire • Large • pizza Point oven. 5 • 31 squares set on 700m2 block (approx). Auction Saturday 13th August
•Must MainInspect bedroom features walk in robes and en suite • Point 1 kitchen with 900mm stainless steel Designer • appliances Point 2 and Caesarstone bench tops. • Point Grand3sitting room, open plan dining and family • area Pointplus 4 separate study. • Triple Point 5timber entertainer sliding doors leading to the alfresco entertaining room. Auction Saturday 13th August
at 1.00pm Price $495,000 to $545,000 Thurs 1.0017th - 1.30pm View Saturday August 2013 Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm 12:00 to 12:30pm ljhooker.com.au/15243 ljhooker.com.au/4GHGH Agent Name 0000 000438 000601 Contact Matthew Grima 0403 LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080
at 1.00pm Price $490,000 to $515,000 Thurs 1.0017th - 1.30pm View Saturday August 2013 Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm 1:15 to 1:45pm ljhooker.com.au/15243 ljhooker.com.au/3KHGH AgentCaine Name0421 0000551 000051 000 Contact Paul LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080
Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point Cook
Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point Cook
Point Cook Testville 123 8 Dunstan Test Street Road •Must MainInspect bedroom with walk • in Point robe1 and en suite. Point 2 with stainless • Kitchen • steel Point appliances 3 and • stone Point 4bench tops. Point 5plan dining and • Open • family Point 6room finished with • floating Point 7 timber floors. • 25 sqs set on 540m2
B 2C 3 A 2.5 2B
Price $440,000 Auction Saturday to 13th August at 1.00pm $480,000 View Saturday Thurs 1.0017th - 1.30pm Sat 2.002013 August - 2.30pm 11:45 to ljhooker.com.au/15243 12:15pm ljhooker.com.au/RHGH Contact Agent Name LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080 Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point
Sanctuary Lakes Testville 123 6 Celebration Test StreetDrive Must • MainInspect bedroom with walk • in Point 1 and en suite. robes Point 2 with stainless • Kitchen • steel Point appliances 3 and • stone Point 4bench tops. Point 5 sitting room, • Formal • study/home Point 6 office, • upstairs Point 7 retreat and central meals/family area.
A 2.5 B 2C 4+ 3A 2B
Price $575,000 Auction Saturday to 13th August at 1.00pm $595,000 View Saturday Thurs 1.0017th - 1.30pm Sat 2.002013 August - 2.30pm 11:15 to ljhooker.com.au/15243 11:45am ljhooker.com.au/GHGH Contact Agent Name LJ Hooker Point Cook 9975 7080 Shop 211, 4 Main Street St, Point
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Tarneit 27 Ribbon Gum Drive
Prominent Arcadia Estate, Beautiful Family Splendour! Fit for the growing family & positioned in the popular Arcadia Estate with lovely parklands nearby, schools, public transport & Wyndham Village SC a few minutes down the road. Presenting formal lounge, closable kid’s rumpus room, massive informal family & meals area, sound-proofed theatre room, 4 spacious fitted BRs, master with a huge ensuite & WIR, central bathroom & a good sized open study room. Luxuries inc Santos mahogany timber flooring, high gloss vinyl wrap kitchen with granite bench tops, 900mm SS appliances, dishwasher, ducted heating, evap cooling, 1.5Kw solar system for electricity savings, a double remote garage with internal access, a lovely Stratco entertainment area, good sized garden shed & a low maintenance garden to complete this fantastic establishment.
Private Sale Contact Agent Inspect
Sat 12.15-12.45pm Photo ID required
Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Martin Nardo 0450 913 513
Werribee 90 Duncans Road
Paramount Position, CBD, Cafés, Schools, Beach… All Within Minutes! A great opportunity with presentation, charm, character & classy finishes, this fantastic home built in the 1970’s is sure to set hearts racing wild! On a great sized allotment this sensational home is striking with its originality & modern decor. Presenting formal lounge adjoining family & meals area, theatre room complete with furniture is also a bonus. The spacious master presents an ensuite, WIR & the other 3 BRs offer ample space. Appointments inc original polished Tas Oak timber floors, vinyl wrap kitchen with gas cooking appliances, reverse split system heating & cooling in every room, remote alarm, single remote garage, timber decked BBQ area & neat landscaped gardens with very low maintenance. Throw away the car keys just take a stroll down the road to Werribee’s many attractions & amenities.
191 Watton Street, Werribee R8 WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE \ August 14, 2013
Sat 24th August at 1pm (Unless sold prior)
Sat 10-10.30am Photo ID required
Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821
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Tarneit 12 Blue Jay Crescent
Astounding Family Home, Prestige Design & Sheer Class! You will be surprised the moment you enter this gorgeous family home with a soaring entrance, feature bulkheads, enormous master BR with retreat area, his & hers WIR, FES with double vanities & an oversized shower, 3 other fitted BRs with their own FES, study room, formal lounge with a gas log fireplace, open plan family & meals area & theatre room with elevated flooring for that real cinema experience. Includes Jarrah floating timber floors, vinyl wrap kitchen with WI butler’s pantry with its own kitchen sink, ducted heating, evap cooling, ducted vac & state of the art security system. Also a double oversized remote garage with internal & rear access, timber decked alfresco with café blinds, 2 x 2500L water tanks with pump, solar booster hot water service & matured landscaped gardens.
Werribee 126 Westleigh Drive
Federation Inspiration Set On 1000+m2 Set in Westleigh Gardens Estate, this privately crafted Private Sale home comp formal sitting & dining room/study, classic Inspect kitchen, meals room & adjoining rumpus. With ducted heating & cooling, decorative cornicing, skirtings, light fittings & higher ceilings. Outdoors a remote double Contact garage with rear & internal access, while the backyard is somewhat a blank canvas ready for any green thumb to finish with their own touches. Close to all amenities.
191 Watton Street, Werribee
$430,000 - $449,000 Sat 2-2.30pm Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
Private Sale $485,000 - $505,000 Inspect
Sat 10.45-11.15am Photo ID required
Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Martin Nardo 0450 913 513
2 Werribee 4/87-89 Duncans Road CBD, Cafés, Beach, Schools All Within Minutes! A paramount investment opportunity, first home or Private Sale suited perfect for an elderly couple looking for a very Inspect neat home in a central location with minimal maintenance. This lovely home comprises 3 BRs, good sized lounge leading through to a meals area with a Contact modern kitchen & SS appliances, gas heating, solar booster hot water, solar panel system, small pergola area, a 2nd toilet outside & single carport with extra car space.
$255,000 - $269,000 Sat 2-2.30pm Photo ID required Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582
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Werribee 4/139 Tarneit Road
A Convenient Lifestyle In A Central Location! With the opportunity of this superb residence being Private Sale made available to you, the idea of ever needing to own Inspect & operate a car quickly fades away, as the City of Wyndham is all of a sudden at your fingertips. The unit itself offers 2 great sized BRs with BIRs, open plan kitchen Contact adjoining meals room & sep living room. Comprising split system cooling, gas heating & a lock-up garage, this home starts to make sense for so many reasons!
Werribee 29 Missouri Place
$225,000 - $239,000 Sat 10.45-11.15am Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
Ultimate Entertainer Jam-Packed With Extras Set in a private court & a short stroll to local amenities, Private Sale this tidy home has been semi renovated & entails formal Inspect lounge adj meals room & kitchen with modern appls. The master offers WIRs & ensuite, and a renovated main bathroom. Keeping things ambient are A/C & gas Contact heating. Outdoors an all-weather enclosable paved pergola & decked rotunda with feature lighting, double garage with adj workshop & a handy 1.5Kw solar system.
191 Watton Street, Werribee R10 WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE \ August 14, 2013
Contact Agent By appointment Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
1 Werribee 16 Butmar Close Exquisite Presentation On A 1000m2 Block
Beautifully presented in a court location is a much loved Private Sale family home that boasts 4 BRs & a study, the master Inspect contains an ensuite, a large formal lounge with an adjoining Tassie Oak timber kitchen meals area. The well proportioned rumpus room extends out to an exquisite Contact private east-facing undercover area & garden. Features ducted heating & cooling, additional split system cooling, remote double garage & set on 1000m2 block.
2 Wyndham Vale 2 Batavia Way Young And Vibrant
If you’re looking for a great sized family home within a Private Sale short stroll to local shops & parklands then look no Inspect further! Featuring 4 BRs plus study, ensuite & WIR to master, formal lounge & a large open plan kitchen/meals & family arrangement. Featuring all the lifestyle extras Contact such as ducted heating, evap cooling, double garage with direct internal access, SS appliances & large north facing backyard for the kids to run, (approx 582m2 land).
$425,000 - $445,000 Sat 12.15-12.45pm Photo ID required Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 James Antonio 0401 889 248
$310,000 -$349,000 Sat 10.45-11.15am Photo ID required Martin Nardo 0450 913 513 James Antonio 0401 889 248
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Hoppers Crossing 11/29 Richards Road Secure Gated Community Factory With An Exquisite Showroom/Office! Presenting a superb opportunity to grab a secure investment with a commercial factory that is more than a cut above the rest! Comprising a ground floor of 298m2 plus a further 205m2 of upmarket office showroom space contained over 2 levels. Offering formal reception with upmarket lighting & solid timber flooring, there are also 2 separate offices, 2 separate modern bathrooms, while upstairs also entails a large open board/conference room with large kitchenette. Includes split system heating & cooling, hot & cold water, camera surveillance & internet networking. The office space is currently under a secure 2 x 2 lease that commenced April 2013, at $21500pa inc GST, while the Vendor would also consider leasing the factory space back from the successful buyer at a fair market rate.
Private Sale $390,000 - $405,000 Inspect
By appointment Photo ID required
John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582
Hoppers Crossing 8 Jenni Court
In the Heart Of Hoppers And Neat As A Pin On offer is the ideal home for that young family looking for that neat home with plenty to offer or that astute investor looking to reap the rewards. Presenting three good size bedrooms, ensuite to master, large front lounge adjoining dining and kitchen overlooking the meals and family arrangement. Appointments include heating, cooling, pergola area, carport with drive through access and four-car garage at rear, all set on a great size allotment of 641m2 approx, which potential to subdivide (Subject to Council approval). Situated in a lovely quiet court location and only metres away from a large park area, also within close to vicinity to schools, public transport and Werribee Plaza Shopping Centre.
191 Watton Street, Werribee
Private Sale Contact Agent Inspect
By appointment Photo ID required
Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
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3A 1B 1C
Approx 600m to the station
Hoppers Crossing 34 Baden Drive
SAT 24TH AUGUST 11.30AM
Saturday 17th August
positioned in one of the older pockets of Hoppers Crossing is this opportunity for the first home buyer,
5A 2B 3C
TarneiT 3 royal Oaks Drive
no expense has been spared on this mesmerising residence. Offering triple garage, solid jarrah kitchen
Price $645,000 - $675,000 Saturday 17th August 12.15pm
renovator or investor to purchase their next property situated approx 400m to shops & approx 1.2 km to schools. The home has three robed bedrooms, a
with walk in pantry & quality s/s appliances. 10 foot ceilings throughout give an amazing sense of space & large windows & concertina doors overlook the
2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee
lounge room that joins the meals area followed by the kitchen. Call today for your inspection!
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alfresco & swim spa. Year round climate control is also ensured with both duct heating & refrigerated cooling
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3A 2B 2C
Terrific in Tarneit TarneiT 14 Chlorinda road This home features a sun filled living area at the rear of the home which is the real focal point. The opportunity to keep an eye on the kids inside & out from the kitchen sets up the foundation of happy family life while still having the diversity of a second living area. With public transport, schools & shopping centres nearby, it makes common sense to buy established R12 WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE \ August 14, 2013
Selling Price $360,000 - $390,000 View
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PrDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee ash Taylor 0407 808 233 firstname.lastname@example.org
3A 1B 2C
Close to everything
Werribee 19 Wyndham Street
Located in central Werribee within a short stroll to Werribee station, this charming home retains all the character of yesteryear. With its renovated kitchen and & bathroom, all the hard work has already been done. Situated on a 650sqm with room at the rear for possible further development (STCA). Call for an inspection today. it won’t disappoint!
Price $335,000 - $349,000 Saturday 17th August 1.45pm
PrDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street, 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee James Ferris 0419 323 179 email@example.com
Sanctuary LakeS 4 Spraypoint Drive under Instructions From the Mortgagee Private paradise lifestyle, this vacant allotment located in the prestigious Sanctuary Lakes Resort in one of Melbourne’s premier golf and resort developments. On the water’s edge offering breathtaking views, nestled in a secure and established area and set on 675m2 approximately. If you have always had the desire to build a unique and luxurious home in an equally spectacular and serene location then don’t let this opportunity pass you by. You will love the recreation club which offers tennis, indoor pool, sauna and gymnasium facilities, or have a round of golf on the 18 hole Greg Norman designed golf course (membership separate). Photos for illustration purposes only
24th August 2013 12:00pm PRICE GUIDE
Simon Khouri 0400 255 555 Point cook Office 9395 9999
POInt cOOk 9395 9999
Shop 425, 1 Main Street, Point Cook Town Centre
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29 Drysdale Crescent , Point Cook
1/43 Tom Roberts Parade, Point Cook
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Your sensational family dream is here for the taking with this excellent four bedroom designer home.
If you’re after a stylish urban pad in the heart of Point Cook, look no further than this brilliant two bedroom apartment.
• Timber themed kitchen with L-shaped island bench and SS appliances • Expansive main living hub with lounge & meals area & designated rumpus room • Formal lounge & study neighbour the master retreat with large WIR & spa ensuite • Other bedrooms feature BIRs, stylish central bath with separate toilet • Double remote garage, ducted heating, evap cooling and secure alarm
• Generous kitchen is graced with stainless steel appliances • Open plan lounge and meals with inspired high ceilings and a northerly aspect • Main bedroom features dual BIRs and a tasteful ensuite • Manicured rear courtyard (direct access from main bed), 2nd front outdoor area • Double remote garage, heating/cooling, Euro laundry and additional front parking
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Nestled in one of the most peaceful pockets that Point Cook has to oﬀer, this sensational 4 bedroom home is blissful family living at its ﬁnest.
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• Sleek kitchen with Caesarstone benches, SS appls, and breakfast bar • Expansive central living zone with carpeted lounge and well-sized meals area • Elegant master retreat boasts a pristine ensuite and large walk-in robe • 3 well-sized bedrooms surround the vogue central bathroom with a separate toilet • Double remote garage, separate laundry, heating/conditioning, secure alarm
Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances Central living zone boasts a relaxed lounge and dining area Generous master bed with WIR, ensuite, and views of the wetlands Other beds with BIRs surround relaxed retreat & central bathroom Double remote garage, ducted heating, laundry & secure alarm
$475,000 - $505,000
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$495,000 - $535,000
Sat 17th Aug 1.45pm - 2.15pm
Modern kitchen with stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances Central living zone boasts two meals areas and a semi-private living room Upstairs retreat surrounded by bedrooms, including master with WIR & ensuite Elegant central bathroom with separate toilet, downstairs powder room Double garage, 2nd garage/workshop, laundry, heating/cooling & ample storage
$395,000 - $435,000
Call now for an inspection
Sat 17th Aug 11.15am - 11.45am
Quader Syed 0417 301 174 Will Jiang 0478 881 375
8256 1111 micmpointcook.com.au
15 Mana Way, Point Cook
30 The Esplanade, Sanctuary Lakes
13 Millpond Drive, Point Cook
LOW MAINTENANCE FAMILY LIVING IN FEATHERBROOK ESTATE
STYLISH FAMILY FUN WITH OUTDOOR POTENTIAL
SOPHISTICATION, STYLE & SPACE
Modern comfort and a no frills attitude are the hallmarks of this four bedroom Featherbrook Estate home.
Located in the highly sought-after Sanctuary Lakes community, this easy care four bedroom home is a superb family prospect.
This impressive 4-bedroom plus study home with multiple living areas is built for a buyer who is looking for comfort, luxury and space with the added bonus of views.
• Light-ﬁlled and spacious main living zone featuring a private study • Airy kitchen impresses with SS appliances and a large island bench • Generous front master bedroom graced with huge WIR & ensuite • 3 other bedrooms with BIRs, central bathroom with a separate toilet • Laundry with external access, ducted heating, reverse cycle cooling
• Central living zone with ample space for designated meals and lounge areas • Modern kitchen with SS appliances, breakfast counter and WI pantry • Enormous master bed with stylish ensuite and roomy walk-in robe • Three other well-sized bedrooms featuring built-in robes • Separate laundry, double remote garage, secure alarm and ample storage
• Kitchen features ﬂoor to ceiling cabinetry, quality SS appliances & d/washer • Spacious family and meals area with stunning marble tiles • 3 bedroom with WIRs, family bathroom with separate WC • Master with huge WIR and deluxe ensuite with twin vanities and spa bath • Ducted heating, ducted vacuum, landscaped front and back, r/c DLUG
$385,000 - $405,000
PRIVATE SALE Inspect:
Sat 17th Aug 1.30pm - 2.00pm
23 Lowess Lane, Sanctuary Lakes
Sat 17th Aug 11.45am - 12.15pm
40 Regal Road, Point Cook
60 Regal Road, Point Cook
TREAT YOURSELF TO A SANCTUARY LAKES LIFESTYLE
NO FUSS FAMILY RETREAT WITH MODERN EDGE
SURE TO BE A FAMILY FAVOURITE
Space, space and more space is what you will ﬁnd behind the front door of this striking and modern three-bedroom double storey home.
A perfect package of low-maintenance appeal and modern style, this 4 bedroom home is the model of serene family living.
With a highly desired Featherbrook Estate address and stylish modern appeal, this 4 bedroom family haven is a tantalising opportunity.
• Downstairs incorporating a family area with living and meals area • Kitchen featuring dishwasher and adjoining meals area • Master bedroom with WIR, ensuite and private balcony • Two other bedrooms with BIRs and a shared balcony plus a central bathroom • Double lock up garage on remote control, alarm system & heating
• Wonderfully spaced and adorned with quality ﬁttings & stone surfaces • Central living zone, sleek kitchen enjoying SS apps & a breakfast counter • Generous master suite has a WIR and lush ensuite with dual vanity • Other beds neighbor the central bathroom which has a separate toilet • Double garage, ducted heating, evaporative cooling and secure alarm
• Casual meals area and modern kitchen with SS appliances and island bench • Carpeted living/entertaining area enjoys spilt system cooling • Master retreat boasts WIR and superb private ensuite, 3 other bedrooms with BIRs • Vogue central bathroom with separate shower & bath, separate laundry • Double remote garage, ducted heating, secure alarm and ample storage
$430,000 - $450,000
Sat 10th Aug11.00am - 11.30am
$395,000 - $435,000
Sat 17th Aug 2.30pm - 3.00pm
$375,000 - $410,000
Sun 18th Aug 11.45am - 12.15pm
LAND AVAILABLE NOW
254 Boardwalk Blvd, Point Cook
36 Lakeside Drive, Sanctuary Lakes
HUGE POTENTIAL IN A PREMIER LOCATION
SUPERBLY BUILT AND METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED
Overlooking the Featherbrook Estate Community Centre and within walking distance to the sports oval is this spacious 3-bedroom family home.
Superbly built and meticulously maintained, this luxury home combines gracious living areas of generous proportion with elegant interiors.
• Open plan living and dining area • Kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances and dishwasher • Three spacious bedrooms with BIRs • Master with ensuite and WIR • Remote controlled DLUG with internal access
• Two spacious levels including formal lounge, upstairs retreat living area • Kitchen with SS appliances, d/washer & Coria stone bench tops • Five generous size bedrooms, three bathrooms • Spacious master with generous size WIR, ensuite with huge shower & a balcony. • Alarm system, ducted heating, double garage
PRIVATE SALE Price:
$385,000 - $399,500
PRIVATE SALE Inspect:
Shop 9, Boardwalk Central Shopping Centre 48 Tom Roberts Parade, Point Cook VIC 3030
$545,000 - $595,000
Lot 780 Daisybush Drive Lot 713 Canegrass Drive Lot 456 Landing Place 42 Featherbrook Drive Lot 329 Millpond Drive Lot 657 Grassland Drive Lot 923 Featherbrook Drive Lot 857 Mallee Street Lot 249 Andaman Place
$269,000 $275,000 $290k - $340k $310,000 $315,000 $330,000 P.O.A P.O.A P.O.A
Address WILLIAMS LANDING
49 Lukis Avenue Lot 613 (97) Urban Drive
$395k - $430k P.O.A
Call now for an inspection
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Tarneit 9 Jezebel Way FAMILY HOME ON BIG BLOCK!! This big home on 550sqm block has been designed, full of charm and character and is positioned in the highly sought after Claremont park in Tarneit.
Designed With Precision, Finished To Perfection
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Hoppers Crossing 73 Hogans Road Big Home For Big Family In Best Location! Medical Centre, family home, investment property, the options here are endless(STCA).
PERFECT FOR INVESTORS OR FIRST HOME BUYERS! A Great opportunity for first home buyers and investors! This home is close to parks and playgrounds and the proposed shopping facilities, primary and secondary school and lots more!
A Perfect Family Home! This spacious 3 bedroom family home on a substantial allotment is set in a quiet location, which is close by to Shops, Schools and Public Transport. This home is in an esteemed pocket with lovely neighbours and local community.
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Tarneit 7 Lindrum Outlook PERFECT FAMILY HOME, WALK TO THE RIVER!
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Be impressed by this beautiful family home within a walking distance to river, close to schools, public transport and parks.
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Hoppers Crossing 3/4 Staughton Place SUB-DIVISION(STCA), BUY 1 OR BOTH, MULTIPLE
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Hoppers Crossing 114 Kingston Blvd
Enthralling from the first impression to the last, skilfully appointed interiors & stand out features will surely offer a sophisticated lifestyle for families to enjoy.
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Tarneit 43 Tyler Crescent
Tarneit 8 Millendon Blvd
Perfectly secluded in a prestigious location within close proximity to Werribee plaza & public transport and set on a nature-inspired big allotment which is situated in the heart of Hoppers Crossing
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Hoppers Crossing 83 Macedon Street
LIVE OR INVEST NEAR THE BELLBRIDGE SCHOOL
Centrally located in the well-liked Bellbridge Estate is this remarkable home ideal to add to your portfolio or to live in. Hard to miss exceptional quality features in a single storey house set on an approx 535 meter block of land comprises of 3 bed with BIR, nicely built kitchen adjacent to meals & separate family living area.
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Williams Landing 26 Fieldwren Drive Romy clearly has a lot of passion for what he does!! Romy recently helped sell our home in Williams Landing, which led to an excellent result, exceeding our expectations. From the first enquiry through to the final sale, Romy guided us through the process confidently and professionally. Romy clearly has a lot of passion for what he does and was willing to go the extra mile for us from day one, making himself available at all times. His knowledge of the local area and market made a real difference during our sale, and we would not hesitate to recommend Romy to other people that wish to sell in the area.
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Truganina 28 Caradon Drive
Williams Landing 8 Darter Way
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Romy Gakhar has the Ray White “Know How” Delivering a better real estate experience for you.
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If you believe in the motto that success breeds success then Romy is certainly a professional that you will have no hesitations in dealing with! Romy is highly focused individual who easily connects with people from all backgrounds. His professional and personable qualities make him a successful Sales expert. A young man with an unwavering passion for real estate and a strong desire to succeed. Dedicated and goaldriven, expert in communication and possessing a positive approach armed with a determination to be known as the individual that will go the extra mile to achieve maximum results for his clients. His immense database includes many people who have returned to Romy on
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several occasions for assistance when selling, even when they haven’t initially purchased from him. He has maintained long-standing relationships with a lot of clients, and looks forward to doing so with many, many more in the years to come. The Ray White group has recognized the high level of service provided by Romy through his superlative skills to accomplish the needs of his all Vendors and Buyers. Call me for for all your real estate needs. If you would like to get market update, simply email me your details & I will keep you informed. M: 0430 521 119 E: email@example.com
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24 McCormack Crescent, Hoppers Crossing
9 Quamby Court, Werribee
QUALITY & LOCATION 3A 1B 3C
IMMACULATE CONDITION 3A 1B 2C
A property to suit so many buyers! 3 large bedrooms,Modern bathroom with spa, Large 2 vehicle carport plus modern colourbond garage, Immaculate kitchen with lots of cupboard space, Dining meals area overlooking pergola plus Fantastic outdoor entertaining area sure to impress
The single-level layout provides 3 fitted bedrooms complete with ceiling fans, a fantastic open plan lounge with the integration of a well-appointed kitchen, and tiled meals area offering direct access to an entertainers paradise under the huge entertaining area.
Agent Patrick Conheady 0439 045 005 Price
Agent Stephen Latella 0459 558 859 Shane Bogdanowicz 0412 079 518 Price
58 Windorah Drive, Point Cook
6/35-37 Fitzpatrick Drive, Altona Meadows
UNBEATABLE LOCATION 4A 2B 2C
CALLING ALL INVESTORS 3A 1B 1C
This low maintenance property features floorboards throughout the open living floor plan, compromising of 3 great sized bedrooms situated at the front, leading through to the elegant kitchen with stainless steel appliances, ample bench space and a large walk in pantry, with adjoining family & lounge living areas guiding you outside to the convenient alfresco
Just started a new family and looking for the perfect place to raise them and make lots of memories, then this is just perfect! It comes with 3 bedrooms all with BIRâ€™s, central bathroom, two toilets, kitchen with S/S appliances, dishwasher, open plan kitchen, meals and family area, single garage, low maintenance courtyard, ducted heating and evaporative cooling.
Agent Stephen Latella 0459 558 859 Shane Bogdanowicz 0412 079 518 Price
Agent Stephen Latella 0459 558 859 Patrick Conheady 0439 045 005 Price
$360,000 - $380,000
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662 Diggers Road, Werribee South
32 Julier Crescent, Hoppers Crossing
BEACHSIDE BLISS ON 1735SQM 4A 2B 2C
ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT 3A 2B 3C
Four Bedrooms (master bedroom with dressing area, WIR and an ensuite) plus three large bedrooms and two separate bathrooms, large utility room. Modern kitchen enhanced by Californian redwood cabinetry, European appliances, walk in pantry with an access to underground wine cellar.
Presenting traditional Australian design with the right blend of modern styling and comfort levels? You will enjoy cosy evenings in the family lounge in front of the Coonara log fire built into the fabulous floor to ceiling tumble brick fireplace. Plus enjoy the charm of exposed timber/cathedral ceilings, dado panelling to kitchen areas and a functioning bar.
Agent Shane Bogdanowicz 0412 079 518 Price
6 Coop Street, Werribee DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY Re-zoned to Activity Centre Zone, permitting multistorey mixed use development in the Heart of Werribee. Half an acre (approx.) Zoned in sub-precinct 5A with a preferred building height of 16.5m to 22.5m this is an opportunity not to be missed, with the owner considering reasonable offers now is the time to act.
Agent Patrick Conheady 0439 045 005 Stephen Latella 0459 558 859 Price
4 Citrus Close, Hoppers Crossing Private Sale
SUPER-SIZED WITH THE LOT 5A 3B 2C 1E
The sense of space is irresistible. The allure of luxury is undeniable. Close to schools, shops and public transport, this 4/5 bedroom home has a sense of elegance incorporating every facility one could expect of a modern home. Generous living and dining areas balanced by a most spacious kitchen looking out onto the private enclosed entertaining area.
Agent Shane Bogdanowicz 0412 079 518 Manpreet Dandiwal 0433 413 927 Price
Agent Shane Bogdanowicz 0412 079 518 Stephen Latella 0459 558 859 Price
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The ‘can do’ agents.....
Wyndham Vale 35 Millewa Way
A3 B1 C2
Priced to sell
• Nestled in a quiet court location • Opportunity for first home buyer or investor • Comprising of three bedrooms all with BIRS • 2 good size living areas, lounge with a coonara • Large garage (6mx7m with 2.5m door height) • Great side access & ample off street parking
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Hoppers Crossing 24 Arundle Court Designed for those who expect more
• Just right for a 1st home buyer, investor or for those requiring low maintenance living • 3 years young, designed for stylish living • Mod kitc with s/s appliances, ample cupboard space and large oven with rotisserie • High quality timber floor, duct heat & refrig cool
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Tarneit 3 Chervil Street
A2 B1 C1 $299,000 Saturday 2.30 - 2.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Michelle Chick 0416 007 949 Peter Cooney 0421 041 479
A3 B2 C2
Open the front door to find something special! • Study is located near the front door • Master bedroom with en-suite and WIR • Separate open living lounge and dining • Bedrooms with BIRs contemporary kit with modern apps • Outside paved back yard is low maintenance • Conveniently situated close to transport & shops
$292,000 Saturday 2.30 - 2.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Michelle Chick 0416 007 949 Susie Haber 0403 650 750
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$369,000 - $389,000 Saturday 11.30 - 11.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Michelle Chick 0416 007 949 Pete Cooney 0421 041 479
Werribee 9 St Andrews Drive
A4 B2 C2 D
Create the life you want @ 9 St Andrews Drive • Prestige Family Home set on 1001sqm • Kitc offers ample bench space to create meals • Entertain in style, sep dining or under the perg • Spac study with built in shelving & cupboards • Low maint garden, heated in ground pool • Ample side acc for boats, caravans, trailer etc
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Hoppers Crossing 57 Wilmington Avenue Set in the heart of Hoppers Crossing
• Ideally located central to all amenities • Walk distance to child care, schools, transport, parks, recreational facilities & Werribee Plaza • Neat, well pres home, 3 beds, main with ensuite • Spac lounge, central kitchen (DW) & sep dining • Heating, duct cool, low maint living & yard
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Hoppers Crossing 633 Tarneit Road Ranch style with a modern twist for residential & commercial buyers alike! • Situated on a generous half acre • Suits residential & commercial buyer alike • 42 house squares of recently renovated luxury • Duel driveway, ample park, shedding & w/shop • Attic, solar panels, duct heat & cool, intercom • Inspiring American oak kitchen
For Sale Inspect Office Contact
$489,000 Saturday 1.30 - 1.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Michelle Chick 0416 007 949 Peter Cooney 0421 041 479
A3 B2 C1 $345,000 Saturday 2.30 - 2.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Steven Richardson 0407 445 567 Peter Richardson 0412 327 835
A4 B2 C4 D $750,000 - $790,000 By appointment 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Michelle Chick 0416 007 949 Peter Richardson 0412 327 835
The ‘can do’ agents..... A3 B2 C2 Hoppers Crossing 113 Kingston
A4 B2 C2 D Tarneit 52 Garden View Drive
Family favourite with excess living spaces!
Walk in and make it your own
• Rendered family home close to facilities • 3 bdrs, 2 bathrooms, and front rumpus room • Master zone with WIR and ensuite • Ducted heating, split system cooling, water tank • Massive covered outdoor area • Drive through garage to over 600m2 land
• Generous master bedroom with ensuite and WIR • Further 3 bdrs BIR and are all of good size • Conveniently located main bathroom, laundry • Light, bright central kitchen, entertaining area • Sizeable yet manageable rear yard • Unbeatable location, close proximity to schools
For Sale Inspect Office
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$369,000 Sat 10:45-11:15am, Sun 11:15-11:45am Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Darren Cassar 0438 939 835 Steve Smith 0418 355 521
$365,000-$385,000 Saturday 10:00-10:30am Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Ruby Sweeney 0425 791 050 Darren Cassar 0438 939 835
A3 B2 C2 Williams Landing 33 Swamphen Drive
A4 B2 C2 D Wyndham Vale 28 Kinglake Drive
As new exceptional townhome opposite serene parklands perfect for a 1st home
Display quality, designer home in a sensational Manor Lakes location
• Young and situated in gorgeous locale • Downstairs presents master suite, living, powder • Masterchef kitchen opens northerly yard • Feature stairwell leads to 2nd living with balcony • Further double bdrs, designer central bathroom
• This is a property that must be viewed! • 4 spacious bdrs, master with ensuite and WIR • Formal lounge + living + rear rumpus/theatre • MasterChef kitchen to envy all, huge pantry • Further bdrs + central bathroom off rear hallway
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$370,000 By private appointment Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103
$415,000-$440,000 Sat 1:30-2:00pm, Sun 1:00-1:30pm Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103 Steve Smith 0418 355 521
HOUSE & LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE FROM $310,000
• 8 blocks ranging in size from 340m2 to 368m2 approx. • Northerly, western and east facing orientation options • 10-12m approx. frontage options • Roads and driveways complete and title release available now • No body corporate from Claremont Park applicable on these blocks • Direct access to Sayers Road and public transport • Located close to the new Tarneit West Shopping Centre
SELLING FAST! SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
Land only $158,500 each
8 blocks offering varying sizing and orientation, all adjacent Claremont Park with no body corporate!
Contact Tracey Dean P: 9749 0010 M: 0433 279 103 Follow us on
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The ‘can do’ agents.....
Excellent service. Exceptional results. If you’re selling, you need to know the Sweeney difference... Darren Cassar
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S stands for SOLD! SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
Tarneit 60 Samaria Street
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
Werribee 7 Stewart Drive
All SOLD recently in record time for record prices, and that’s only the S streets!
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
Tarneit 10 St Michaels Drive
SOLD by the ‘can do’ agents.....
Wyndham Vale 11 Stringybark Close
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ANOTHER OUTSTANDING MONTH FOR SALES
A2 B1 C1 Brooklyn 1/2A Lynch Road
Great location for investment or live-in townhouse
• Close to Freeway & Altona Gate Shopping Centre. • Good sized bedrooms with BIRS, heating & cooling. • Light filled, spacious kitchen, meals & living area. • Upstairs balcony from living area. Powder room. • Access to single garage & parking from street.
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POINT COOK 9360 9399 A4 B2 C4
Altona 36 Sargood Street
AUCTION THIS SATURDAY
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A2 B1 C1
Altona 1/169 Blyth Street
Ideal for renovating and extending or redevelopment on this massive block (STCA)
Fantastic sized unit with entry to garage from road.
• Walk to train station, beach, shops & cafes. • Extra large rear yard. 4 car garage/workshop. • Land size 20.25m x 55.79m (1133sqm approx.) • Excellent investment opportunity in central Altona.
• Generously proportioned throughout • Large light filled kitchen, meals & living area. • Main bedroom & living rooms open to a courtyards. • Central bathroom with bath. Separate toilet. • Enter garage from road & internal access.
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Saturday August 17th at 12 noon $900,000-$950,000 Thurs 6:00-6:30pm Sat 11:30-12:00pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Allan Parham 0438 336 024
Laverton 56 Woods Street
Saturday 14th September at 11:00am $285,000-$315,000 Sat 3-3:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025
$390,000-$415,000 Sat 3-3:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
A3 B1 C
Altona 177 Maidstone Street
Investment Cafe near train station
Invest, renovate or redevelop (STCA)
• Returning $20,000/yr + GST. Lease: 2x3x3x3 yrs. • Refurbished. 110m2 approx. Land 170m2 approx. • Storeroom, office & courtyard. Rear access. • Close to a busy Zone 1 train station. • A great superannuation investment.
• Situated on a good sized block of 717m2 approx. • Three bedrooms incl spacious master bedroom • Generous sized separate lounge, dining room. • Original kitchen. Timber floorboards. • Bungalow in large rear yard.
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$280,000-$305,000 By Appointment 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
$450,000-$480,000 Sat 1-1:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025 Barry Seignior 0425 850 607
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and defined in Victoria. You could probably manage it in a good pair of runners. That said, there are sharp ascents and strenuous points along the way. The Mount Towrong trail, which runs off Anzac Road, and the lead-up to the War Memorial Cross are steep and require a few breathers. Between Anzac Road and the trail to the Memorial Cross, the trail is the road. Admittedly, whenever you hike on a road, you feel a little cheated. Thankfully, the road guides you through the mansion-lined streets of the township of Mount Macedon to the local pub, which makes the perfect halfway point. The Mount Macedon Hotel was recently renovated and it’s still everything you would imagine it to be: mulled wine by the glass, pot pie, an on a open fireplace. clear day There is a sign above the bar that you can see reads “Home of the Mount Macedon Yacht Club”. When we ask about it, the port phillip bartender laughs; “There’s no club, mate. bay But there is a muddy pond out the back if you are so inclined.” Points of interest along the trail include the 21-metre-tall War Memorial Cross from where, on a clear day, you can see Melbourne’s skyline and Port Phillip Bay. In summer Mount Macedon can be very dry, although much of the beauty of this place depends on the woolly weather and the moisture of the rainforest. Towering trees hollowed out by fire and termites, fields of fluorescent green ferns, the ground carpeted by fallen leaves and 10-metre-long strings of bark hanging from huge eucalypts make it an eerily peaceful walk below the canopy. When you finally emerge from the damp shade, there is always a good rock to sit on with a great view. This is when you pull out the snack bars and the camera. \ The war memorial cross firstname.lastname@example.org
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EMPLOYMENT 30-31 Hospital and Medical ....................... 30 Hospitality...................................... 30 Professional ................................... 30
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We do the lot ! Design and construct all renovations specialising in bathrooms and laundries.
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Planning Scheme Amendment C173 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme The Growth Areas Authority (GAA), in consultation with the Wyndham City Council, Government agencies and service authorities has prepared a Development Contributions Plan for the Wyndham West area. The plan affects approximately 2,700 hectares of land in Wyndham West and will include contributions required for the Westbrook PSP (92), Ballan Road PSP (40), Quandon PSP (92.1), Black Forest Road North PSP (42.1), Bayview PSP (93.1), Black Forest Road South (42.2) and Alfred Road PSP (43). The Wyndham West Development Contributions Plan will apply a contribution levy within the 2,700 hectares of land within the DCP area and provide for essential infrastructure & community facilities. The Wyndham West Development Contributions Plan is available now for community comment. Pending resolution of any matters raised through the consultation, the GAA intends to recommend that the Minister for Planning approve the plan and associated documents as planning scheme amendment C173 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. You may inspect the plans for Wyndham West Development Contributions Plan and supporting documentation on the GAA website www.gaa.vic.gov.au �� ������ ����� ����� ��� Growth Areas Authority - Level 29, 35 Collins Street MELBOURNE VIC 3000 Wyndham City Civic Centre - 45 Princes Highway WERRIBEE VIC 3030 PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION – Wednesday August 28 | 4.00pm to 7.00pm ������� ���� ��������� �������� ������� �� ����� ����� ����� ������� ���� �������� ���� ���� ���� The GAA together with Wyndham City Council are holding a public information session should you have any questions about the Wyndham West Development Contributions Plan. Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make their views known in writing to the GAA. The closing date for comments is Monday 16 September, 2013. Comments must be made in writing, referencing the Wyndham West DCP and sent to the GAA at the address above or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org ZO390876 Please call Megan Taylor or Rob Ball on (03) 9651 9600 if you wish to discuss further.
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McNaughton, Barbara 9/8/2013 92 years
To a wonderful Mother and a dignified lady, now reunited with Dad and Ann (daughter). Loved Mother of Graham and Kay. Loved Grandmother of Carol, Sharon and Cameron. Loved Great Grandmother of Lauchlin, Eden, Austin, Olive and Lucie.
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McNAUGHTON Barbara ‘Bobbie’
7.11.1920 – 9.8.2013.
Deaths BRIDSON (Nee Murphy)
Frances Florence Passed away peacefully August 10, 2013, Aged 83 Beloved wife of Bill (dec). Dearly loved mother of Elisabeth, Andrew, Tim, Helen and Adam. Mother In Law of Claire, Julie, Kevin and Vicki. Cherished and adored Grandmother of Tristan, Alys, Sebastian, Theo, Morwenna, Erin, Candice, Matthew, Liam, Dylan, Peggy, Alex, Connor, Kelsey and Callum. Great Grandmother of Scarletta, Bowie and Jordi
Loved wife of Alexander (dec). Mother of Ian, Graham, Robert, Andrew and Ann (dec). Mother in law of Pat, Kay, Dianne and Judy. Grandmother of 10 and great grandmother of 13. A life member of the Hoppers Crossing Ladies Bowls Club. G6230484
Sadly Missed The Requiem Mass for the Repose of the Soul of Mrs Frances Bridson will be offered at St Andrew’s Catholic Church, 105 Greaves Street (Nth), Werribee on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 1.30pm. At the conclusion of the service the cortege will proceed to Werribee Cemetery for interment. A Rosary will be recited in the abovementioned church, on Monday (August 19,2013) at 7.00pm. G6233981AA-dc14Aug
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Massage Therapy Asian Relaxation Massage Werribee area. Open 7 days. 10am to 8pm. Ring 0413 873 923.
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Congratulations to Abby and Kristian on the safe arrival of their beautiful son
NOAH ALLAN JOHN Treasured first Grandson for Jan and John and a nephew for Matthew and Michelle and cousin for Chelsea and Katie. xxxxxx G6220065AA-dc14Aug
Education and Tuition
REG TAX Agent. Tax returns from $70. BAS returns & business services. 0478 709 1 93 or 9395 5631. Mobile service. Enquiries welcome. www.swacc.com.au
• Electronic lodgement • Competitive rates • Fee deduction available • Small business advice • Rental property specialist • Self managed super funds • BAS, IAS, GST • 28 years experience • Quality Certiﬁed 2013
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Domestic Services CLEANING / IRONING
Honest and reliable lady. Over 30 years experience. Hourly rate. ✆ 9748 0241.
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Health and Wellbeing WERRIBEE Facials, waxing and massage services. 7 days 10am8pm. For appt 0437 097 802.
RELAXATION 219 Ascot Vale Rd, 3032. Phone: 9004 1477.
A QUALIFIED Maths, Science and Chemistry teacher available for tutoring. Please call: 9483 0831 or 0418 871 203.
7 days, 10am to 8pm. 204 Barkley Street, Footscray. Phone 9689 0360.
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• Individual & Business Tax Returns
• Business & Tax Structures
Accountants, tax and business advisors
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Contact Lyn (03) 9749 4820
Shopping Tour Please join us on a fundraising shopping tour in support of World Vision Australia $53 per head includes lunch & transport to 10 of Melbourne's best discounted warehouses. To take place on the 7th September 2013. Great way to start your Christmas shopping.
ALTONA MEADOWS 38 Shirley St, Saturday 17th August, 10am3pm. Household items, furniture, crockery and craft materials. Bargains for everyone.
TARNEIT Bonica Street, Sat 17th & Sun 18th Aug, 8am - 2pm. Camp gear, baby goods, adult & kids clothes & shoes. Plants, o/door furn, bbq, bar fridge & lots more.
WERRIBEE 11 Purchas Street, Saturday 17th August, 8am-1pm. Huge moving sale, 3 households worth of stuff. Everything must go, dont miss out! No early birds.
WILLIAMS LANDING 30 Bronzewing Street, Saturday 17th August, 7am-3pm. Furniture, bikes, electronic items, household items, clothing & much more.
WILLIAMSTOWN 11 Esplanade, Saturday 17th August, 10am-2pm. Assorted household items, clothes and furniture.
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With accessories. $2,500 - $3,000. Cash and pick only.
0409 210 565 or 0428 359 214
Accounting Services and Tax Agents
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For Sale Merits Wrangler Mobility Scooter
Equestrian and Equipment
Top quality, clean, split, dry. 2 metre min. Free delivery, 7 days.
HIP N HAPPENING HOUND
Mobile dog grooming. All breeds and grooming needs. Call Kristy: 0400 483 353. YAPPERS Mobile dog grooming. Clipping, hydrobath and flea rinse. Experienced groomer. Please call Sue on 0430 414 182.
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BUYING PAINTINGS Buying paintings and old prints. Top price paid. Please call Petrit now on 0401 032 111.
Livestock and Equipment
Buying Your Unwanted Gold Jewellery Phone Ron 0425 715 683.
★ OLD WARES ★
Antiques, furn, deceased estate, shed items, tools, memorabilia. ☎ Frank 0407 356 822.
To Let WERRIBEE SOUTH Large 3BR BV BIR’s huge lounge family/ rumpus huge kit/meals area evap cooling sunroom yard large garage $280pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000. WILLIAMSTOWN Basic BV house in great location. 3BR, 1 bath, gas heater, air cond, garage. $250pw. Contact 9974 3111. WYNDHAM VALE Ballan Rd, 3BR house, fully furnished and renovated to share with one other person. OSP. Must be clean, tidy and employed. $160pw no bills. No pets. ✆ 0412 026 793
WERRIBEE BV 3BR house for rent. Close to public transport and schools. Dishwasher, heating/cooling, carport, pergola and shed. No pets. Refs reqd. $260pw + bond.
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G’S IT Computer repair. A+ certified professional IT technician for all your computer problems. I come to you. All care taken. Contact Gerado Visperas 0433 655 193.
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Lounge room furniture, kitchenware, electrical appliances, tools and much more.
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Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th August, 9am-4pm daily.
Variety of colours. $275. Females also available. Call 0429 453 868.
Fast friendly reliable onsite PC repair and service � Virus � Spyware � Internet � Advice � New & Used systems � Free Virus Software $30 Flag fall - $30 per hour No fix - No Fee Mick 9314 1727, 0415 746 050
B Flat Trumpet $100. B flat Brandenburg Clarinet $130. Phone 0412 263 183.
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MIDDLE PARK Massage. 7 days. From $40. Qualified, experienced, caring and thorough. Full body massage. Matt: 0412 045 585.
Instruments For Sale
7 days, 9.30am - 9.30pm. 5 City Place, Sunshine. Phone 9311 0198.
Education and Tuition
ASIAN Male masseur. Full body massage for relaxation. $50 per hour. Call Lam 0421 995 248, Footscray area.
Rye / Lucerne 5 x 4 rolls. $100. Lucerne / Clover $120. Good quality. Call 0429 453 868.
Full Body Massage
Good rates. Pet free and smoke free home. Point Cook area. Phone 0422 592 552.
FARRIERPrompt, professional and reliable, great rates and friendly service. Call Kaz anytime on 0409 333 597.
Flo Beauty and Massage
75 Paisley Street, Footscray. Phone: 9689 6632. Open 7 days, 9:30am to 9pm
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Lotus Massage Therapy
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Moving House Sale HOPPERS CROSSING 23 Raemur Court
10am-8pm 7days. Shop 2c, 100 Furlong road, Cairnlea. Phone 0425 414 418.
☎ 0422 138 774
Pets and Pet Care
WERRIBEE 77 Tower Road, Saturday 17th August, 9am-3pm. Books, household contents, video tapes, furniture and kitchenware. G6224685
Garage Sales MEGA WAREHOUSE EX–APARTMENTS CLEARANCE WILLIAMSTOWN Corner Ann Street and Aitken Street Saturday 17th August 8am - 1pm Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Whitegoods, Beds, Mattresses, Towels, Linen, Framed Prints, Lamps. Everything you need for your home!
Details on www.irp.id.au
Shared Accomodation FOOTSCRAY CENTRAL Room available. Fully furnished. Close to all facilities. Suit mature working person. Call 0417 324 178. POINT COOK Fully furnished BR for rent in double storey home, close to all amenities. $165pw incl ultities. Phone 0433 181 741. WYNDHAM VALE Large room for rent for working person. $150pw negotiable. 1 week bond required. Close to transport. Please phone 0434 211 293.
To Let ALTONA MEADOWS Room for rent. Fully furnished, 2 living areas. $150pw. Internet bills included. Close to public transport and shopping centre. ✆ 0413 020 554. BRAYBROOK 3BR home. Gas appliances, close to all amenities, recently renovated. $290pw. Phone 0416 280 746. BROOKLYN 3BR house available, 5 mins from CBD, 2 min drive to shops and transport. For further information please phone 0432 108 609 or 9314 3532
Commercial and Industrial Properties FACTORY - BROOKLYN
410 sq.mtrs, 3 phase power, including all out goings, 7/640 Geelong rd, $807.70pw or $3,500 per month GST incl. Phone: 0417 777 201
Factory / Warehouse
For Sale or Lease. Approx 325m2 includes office space. St Albans area. For information please call Dominic 0478 202 922.
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To Let F O O T S C R AY 2 B R L U G townhouse, quiet street-location, walking distance to all facilities, refs esssential. Ph 0417 324 178. FOOTSCRAY 2 bedroom house in Barkly Street. Fully renovated and fully air conditioned. Phone 0431 541 180.
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KINGSVILLE 3BR unit, 1 carpark, 7min drive to CBD. Close to Footscray Hub and Victoria University. $330pw + bond. Ready to move in. ☎ 0412 258 965. ST ALBANS 2BR unit, close to all facilities, all gas, lock up carport, refs reqd, no pets. $240pw + $800 bond. Phone 9312 5058. WERRIBEE 2BR villa unit BIR’s kit/meals adj lounge evap cooling carport $230pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000. WERRIBEE 3BR BV WIR ensuite, BIR’s spac lounge kit/meals ducted heating $280 Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000. WERRIBEE Modern 3BR BV ensuite BIR’s ducted heating alarm garage $280 Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000. G6234014AA-dc14Aug
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Quiet Court Location Set in a quiet court location this ideal family residence has plenty to offer. With three good sized bedrooms, each with built in robes and a bright central bathroom. The generous lounge room is big enough for the whole family, whilst right around the corner is a fully equipped solid kitchen with plenty of bench space and big windows, all overlooking the meals/family room. Also providing your family with ducted heating, single garage with drive through access Close to primary schools, public transport, sports grounds and shops. Car accommodation for 4 vehicles. UNITS WERRIBEE 20/217-219 Watton Street 2BR $330pw WERRIBEE 1/62 Tarneit Road 2BR $325pw WERRIBEE 2/62 Tarneit Road 2BR $320pw WERRIBEE 3/62 Tarneit Road 2BR $315pw WERRIBEE 6 Gloucestor Court 3BR $275pw HOUSES HOPPERS CROSSING 18 Mckenzie Crescent 3BR $340pw HOPPERS CROSSING 18 First Avenue 3BR $315pw HOPPERS CROSSING 12 Lantana Avenue 3BR $320pw HOPPERS CROSSING 25B Storrington Avenue 2BR $315pw POINT COOK 14 Majestic Way 3BR $320pw POINT COOK 75 Neptune Drive 4BR $380pw TARNEIT 1/1 Harmony Drive 3BR $380pw WERRIBEE 113 Flemington Crescent 4BR $265pw WERRIBEE Watton Street 2BR $300pw WERRIBEE 1/12 Officer Court 3BR $330pw WILLIAMS LANDING 105 Swamphen Drive 4BR $340pw WYNDHAM VALE 5 Darling Place 3BR $295pw WYNDHAM VALE 9 Ferry Close 3BR $275pw WYNDHAM VALE 4 Weavers Street 3BR $270pw
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110 Walls Road Werribee $260pw Charming 3 Bedroom House with Privacy This immaculately presented 3 bedroom house ideally located only a short walk from Thomas Chirnside primary school, transport and conveniences. Comprises 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, timber floors, separate lounge, modern open plan kitchen with S/S Appliances inc dishwasher. Gas heating + split cooling and heating. Central bathroom. Enclosed entertainment area with low maintenance backyard. Powered garden shed and single carport.
2 BEDROOM UNITS/TOWNHOUSES 1/9 Pagnoccolo St, W’bee $195pw 8/102 Synnot St, W’bee $205pw 1/56 Russell St, W’bee $230pw 8/3 Doolan St, W’bee $240pw 1/35 Bartlett Cres, H’Xing $240pw 3 BEDROOM HOUSES / TOWNHOUSES 27 Hayden St, H’Xing $240pw 18 Latham St, W’bee $270pw 3 Queensbury Way, W’bee $270pw LET 14 Callandar Cres, H Xing 110 Walls Rd, W’bee $260pw 50 Pelham Cre, W’Vale $270pw 34 Tandara Dr, H’Xing $300pw 1080 Tarneit Rd, T’neit (10acres) $550pw 4 BEDROOM HOUSES 3 Dunlin Cres, W Landing $360pw G6232982AA-dc14Aug
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DRIVERS - CONCRETE AGITATOR We require keen, enthusiastic and reliable Drivers for our Campbellfield and Deer Park plants. Successful applicants must have HR Licence and HR experience essential. Agitator experience preferred.
Central Pre-Mix Concrete Phone 9303 9112 Mon-Fri
DIV 2 NURSE
Casual reception duties included. Medical centre. Ph Linda or Kylie 9749 2766 or email email@example.com
Hospitality 1x Apprentice Cook and 1x Waitperson Required
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Fax: 9325 3299 or call Danni Mealey on 9325 3200. Successful applicants must attend a forklift assessment.
To apply, phone: 9749 4411 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org G6198227
RECEPTION / ADMINISTRATION Job share position at INJURIES WEST required for two to three day per week. Experienced, reliable, highly motivated individual, dynamic communicator, cheerful and empathetic phone manner. Microsoft Office Suite essential. Please send your resume to: G6232190
For large Export Meat processing facilities in Brooklyn. Stability and long term employment opportunities available Duties include:
� General Labouring � Process Work � Boning/Slicing/Knife Hand � Picking & Packing Full training provided. Must be Australian citizen or permanent resident. Full time & Casual Positions, 5:30am Starts.
SPOT ON PANELS We are seeking experienced, fully qualified
· MANAGERS · WORKSHOP FOREMAN · ESTIMATORS, · PANEL BEATERS · ASSEMBLERS · SPRAY PAINTERS · DETAILER / POLISHER and · CLEANER
ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE PREPARED TO ATTEND INFORMATION SESSION
Eligibility Criteria Applies To Apply please call 8398 1738 or email your most recent resume to email@example.com
GREAT FLEXIBILITY - you choose your hours ALL AGES WELCOME (students, adults, retirees, groups, etc) NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED VEHICLE AN ADVANTAGE, but not essential
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✼ WANTED ✼ Qualified Hair Dresser ✼ Rent-A-Chair ✼ Salon in the Werribee area. Own clientele preferred. Call Kat on:
0401 647 202
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Own transport, ABN, tools and experience necessary. Work in western suburbs & city. Phone 0433 019 194.
Trainee Beauty Therapist
Is required for a salon in the Wyndham Vale area.
Phone 0400 832 855
Beauty Therapist A Qualified Beauty Therapist is required for a salon on either a full time or part time basis.
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Coordinator Operations Engineering
Permanent Full Time Salary $81,394 pa plus superannuation Please see our main advertisement in the Enquiries: Stephen Thorpe (03) 8734 2752 (Title) Section.
An opportunity exists for an energetic and highly capable Medical Receptionist to join a dynamic and friendly team.
Casual cafe all-rounder position available. Experience is a must.
Wages paid accordingly to expertise. Overtime available.
Please call Vesco Ph: 0419 012 592
Food Processors, Labourers & Skilled Staff Required
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Qualified or apprentice Panel Beater required for immediate start, good wages and conditions. Call 0425 758 985.
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Attention- Office Manager PO Box 724,WERRIBEE, 3030
Start now. PC and mail order work from home. $2K - $5K / month. Phone (03) 8671 2990.
QUALIFIED PANEL BEATER
We are seeking a qualified Panel Beater to work in our modern panel shop, with our professional and friendly team. We pride ourselves on high quality workmanship. We are looking for a suitable candidate to be enthusiastic and have pride in their workmanship. We do small to large smash work, with modern equipment and technology used. Wages negotiable.
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Part Time Canvasser
From 3pm to 6pm, 5 or 6 days per week. No selling. Door-to-door promoting and making leads for well established home improvement company. Salary plus incentives. Western and northern suburbs. Must be presentable & be a team worker. Training provided. ✆ 9399 1177.
Tullamarine – Temp-Perm Day ($22.50) & Aft Shift ($25.76) Highly skilled Forklift Drivers for a busy transport depot. YOU MUST HAVE: • 2.5 tonne & 4.5 tonne counterbalance exp • Loading/Unloading trucks in a FAST paced environment • Weight distribution exp & strapping & gating • Work Mon-Fri, show off your FLD skills & be rewarded with a perm job!
To install timber and colorbond domestic fences. Must have own ABN and workcover. Must be reliable, honest, contctable and have a high standard of work. Regular contract work comming in.
Registered builders needed for Melbourne Metro west building inspection company. Get off the tools and use your building knowledge. Diploma build Surveying preferred. Call Phil 0411 155 433.
P/T, 2.5-3 hours, ABN needed. Working with children check. Altona. Ph Lucky 0403 510 771.
Child Care and Kindergarten
FORKLIFT DRIVERS – TRANSPORT
Fencing Contractors Required
Are you a qualified Early Childhood Educator looking for a role in a exceeding service! Our Wyndham Vale centre is looking for staff to join our passionate and motivated team. We have roles available on a fulltime and casual basis for qualified staff. The successful applicants will ideally have: •Diploma in Children’s Services or Bachelor in Childhood Teaching. •Demonstrated experience in centre-based care. •A sound knowledge of the EYLF and NQS. If you are interested in applying for a position please forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com If you have any enquiries about the positions listed or if you would like a copy of the job description then please contact Naomi on 9731 1222 G6205675AA-dc7Aug
Forward resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced Medical Receptionist who is passionate about providing excellent patient care.
You will be responsible for the smooth running of the practice, and ensuring that all patients are provided the highest level of customer service. The successful candidate will have: • Strong background in working in a medical practice • Strong administration skills • Excellent customer service skills • Exceptional communication skills • Be self-motivated with meticulous attention to detail • Strong customer service focus
For a position description please call Angela on (03) 9748 5511. Email your CV to email@example.com
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ou can’t argue about the price of the reborn Fiat Punto, what I’m questioning is the price of the optional navigation. Why would I buy a TomTom from Fiat for $595 when I can buy one at retail for $200? Fiat’s TomTom has an 11-centimetre screen and is on a removable shaft that clicks into the dash. A TomTom from the stores has a 15-centimentre screen and comes with a windscreen mount. The factory unit integrates with the car’s electronics through the dash shaft, so there’s no cord hanging down to a power outlet and the instructions are routed through the car’s audio system. The store-bought unit, apart from being one-third the price, gets free mapping updates all its life. It’s an easy choice but I felt a bit uncomfortable asking the folk at Fiat such a rude question and I feel a bit mean writing about it now, because overall they’re doing the right thing. Under the old importer, Puntos cost a couple of grand more than they do now and had less equipment. Sales were never more than modest and the model quietly slipped off the market in 2010. Now it’s back with a factory-owned subsidiary doing the importing and, at $18,000, it’s a definite proposition among small four-doors. Fiat has done the same thing with the cute little 500, which used to be into the 20s but now starts at $14,000. So the cars haven’t changed much but the margins certainly have. I guess they have
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POINT cook on A bye HIGH unsuccessful. “He had an absolute blinder,” Fraser said. “In conjunction with his five Point Cook regained that spring in its step mates down back, he repelled everything and in a 95-point mauling of Mt Lilydale in his ball use was fantastic. Victorian Amateur Football Association “He’s a very slick footballer.” division 4 at Saltwater Reserve on Saturday. Paul Archibald, a veteran who has The Bulldogs were reinvigorated after the re-emerged in the second half of the season, bye, with coach Daniel Fraser suggesting the and Matthew Herbertson, an injury-prone week’s rest came at the perfect time for forward, both kicked four goals. his players to rest weary minds and Moreover, their presence in the bodies. forward line made the Bulldog “HE HAD AN “The bye came at the right time. attack less predictable, freeing up ABSOLUTE It refreshed us and we had a good Andrew Auciello to run through BLINDER” week on the track,” he told the the midfield. Weekly. Fraser’s dream of ‘‘wishing you “The boys came out and played had two Andys’’ will be alleviated if really well.” Archibald and Herbertson continue that The Bulldogs were in command with the kind of form. exception of a 10-minute burst from the “With those guys starting to hit the visitors in the second term. scoreboard a bit more often, it’s allowed us They conceded just one behind after to play Andrew up through the midfield a bit half-time to claim an important percentage more and gives us a few more options,” Fraser boost that moves them a game and 8.73 per said. cent ahead of fifth-placed North Brunswick The Bulldogs hit the road to face Chadstone A top-six spot is under lock and key. in the penultimate round on Saturday. \ Lance Jenkinson Fraser was full of praise for his defensive firstname.lastname@example.org unit, led superbly by Jason Whitling. “Apart from that 10-minute spell in the second quarter where they kicked three goals, our backline was in complete control,” he said. Whitling, at half-back, was best-on-ground. Strong hands: Matthew Kennedy owns the air So damaging was he that Mt Lilydale for Point Cook. (Darren Howe) tried to tag him out of the game but was VAFA
SCOREBOARD ■ FOOTBALL AFL - Round 20
W BULLDOGS 2.6 8.9 12.15 16.21 (117) CARLTON 2.1 6.6 12.9 13.11 (89) Goals: Western Bulldogs: J Grant 4 D Giansiracusa 2 L Dahlhaus 2 L Jones 2 A Cooney J Tutt L Picken T Campbell T Dickson T Young. Carlton: E Betts 2 L Henderson 2 T Menzel 2 B McLean C Judd C Yarran D Armfield E Curnow J Waite Z Tuohy. Umpires: Ben Ryan, Troy Pannell, Scott Jeffery. Official Crowd: 31,126 at Etihad Stadium.
VFL - Round 17
WERRIBEE 4.1 8.5 13.11 20.16 (136) PORT MELB 6.2 7.7 8.8 10.11 (71) Goals: Werribee: Maric 4 Daw 4 Warren 4 Brown 2 Moore McDonald Cameron Harper McGenniss McKinley. Port Melbourne: Galea 5 Scipione 2 Gale O’Sullivan Wooffindin. Best: Werribee: Ross Firrito Meredith Sierakowski Maric Sherlock. Port Melbourne: Wooffindin Cain Hughes Pleming Baird O’Sullivan. At Avalon Airport Oval.
DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE - Round 17
WERRIBEE 7.4 12.6 16.10 21.15 (141) PORT MELB 0.3 3.7 4.10 9.11 (65) Goals: Werribee: Hicks 4 O’Shea 3 Tudor 3 Bolton 2 Zumbo 2 Davis 2 Speight Barbuto White Jones Stevens. Port Melbourne: Pitt 2 Gilmore Gordon Johnston Plant Smith Allan Perry. Best: Werribee: Martiniello Zumbo Laracy Bolton Speight Ruggles. Port Melbourne: O’Sullivan Woodley Muling Plant Johnston Pitt. At Avalon Airport Oval.
Premier B WERRIBEE DIST. 3.4 5.7 8.11 12.17 (89) OLD H’BURY 3.2 5.5 10.9 11.11 (77) Goals: Werribee Districts: R Harrington 6 A Taylor 3 A Taylor 2 S Plumridge. Old Haileybury: M Meehan 4 T Ridgway 3 J Nicolopoulos M Stowe H McLauchlan T Coles.
Best: Werribee Districts: R Harrington B Goals: Spotswood: C Elliott 3 M Fogarty 2 Kolang M Dean A Taylor A Eade T Dean. Old M El-Hawli 2 M Shaw M Fogarty B Dickson J Haileybury: J Rafferty A Woltering M Collins A Cloke. Sunshine: M Hahn 3 M Ellis C Tripodi R Weekes M Seccull T Witherow. Douglas C Taylor. Best: Spotswood: J Cloke M Boyd B Miles Div 1 Rd 16 W’TOWN CYMS 3.0 5.2 7.5 8.7 (55) E Wood T Langlands A Ali. Sunshine: B P ASSUMPTION 0.1 3.2 5.5 7.6 (48) McInneny B Quinn R Douglas H Moloney H Goals: Prahran Assumption: P Cristoforo 2 D Andrew B Humphrey. ST ALBANS 4.3 8.7 11.10 19.16 (130) Anglin P Harris J Robbins A Sleight M Wall. 1.3 4.4 6.8 8.12 (60) Best: Prahran Assumption: N Davey D Anglin ALBION Goals: St Albans: L Baddeley 4 A Pajtak 3 A E MacDonald J Robbins M Wall R Costin. Henneman 2 T Stewart 2 J Sims M Quigley M Div 3 Newport D McKerracher C Brown T Jenkins A LA TROBE UNI 6.2 12.10 20.13 23.16 (154) Sullivan M Dawson. Albion: M Dibb 3 T Finco J OLD W’BOURNE 0.3 0.3 1.5 2.8 (20) Thompson J O’Brien B Mesto R Cini. Goals: La Trobe University: J McMeel 13 B Best: St Albans: C Brown L Baddeley M Quigley McMinn 3 J O’Brien 2 D Hacker 2 E McKenzie M Smith T Henderson J West. Albion: B Davis D McMaster T Quirk. Old Westbourne: J Bistisi P Savage R Cini T Finco A Jaward J O’Brien. D Carroll-Hughes. H CROSSING 4.3 11.6 15.14 21.19 (145) Best: Old Westbourne: H Wyatt D Carroll- N FOOTSCRAY 3.2 8.4 8.4 12.7 (79) Hughes R Binney W Leighton W Wright H Goals: Hoppers Crossing: T Knight 8 B Coles Daniels. 3 M Licciardo 2 A Ramsay 2 J Ramsay 2 J Div 4 Mutton 2.N Jones K Butty. North Footscray: S POINT COOK 4.1 8.6 13.9 18.14 (122) Kater 4 B Williams 2 P Jackson 2 L Lewis S MT LILYDALE 1.0 4.2 4.3 4.3 (27) Denby-Blake T Wills E O’Donnell. Goals: Point Cook: P Archibald 4 M Herbertson Best: Hoppers Crossing: A Ramsay J Mutton 4 J O’Brien 2 P Hegarty 2 D Burton 2 C Haynes T Knight M Ryan J Ramsay L Wilson. North A Auciello T Wilson R Munn. Mt Lilydale: L Footscray: S Kater S Denby-Blake P Jackson Evans 2 B Byrne M Fernando. A Peters T Wills J Manuell. Best: Point Cook: J Whitling A Auciello M DEER PARK 6.4 13.7 19.9 25.14 (164) Herbertson S Sinclair J O’Brien S Percival. Mt P M COLTS 1.1 2.1 2.4 2.4 (16) Lilydale: G Finkemeyer M Gower B Byrne R Goals: Deer Park: C Stewart 6 C Trewin 4 L Strong B Boomsma M Taylor. Buttigieg 3 K McHarg 3 S Buttigieg-Clarke 2 S Hunt B Foley S Broadbent M Bullen C Brown WESTERN REGION FL G Daley S Harrison. Port Melbourne Colts: B DIV 1 ALTONA 3.2 11.4 14.7 20.8 (128) Evans 2. Y S EAGLES 2.3 6.4 8.5 9.5 (59) Best: Deer Park: S Harrison L Guerra J Barling Goals: Altona: J Post 7 A Jawad 5 J Robbins S Broadbent K McHarg C Stewart. Port 2 T Andrews B Shiels J Stephens R Miles L Melbourne Colts: C Doyle L Cox J Perkins B Spiteri A Chiu. Yarraville Seddon Eagles: Critch A Humphrey T Vuli. DIV 2 M Poland 2 D Dorazio 2 J Collins 2 I Atik S MANOR LAKES 4.314.1020.14 25.22 (172) Krakouer A Baker. Best: Altona: A Chiu R Riak J Post J Hevern J WEST FOOTSCRAY3.34.4 5.6 5.7 (37) McKenzie T Rafferty. Yarraville Seddon Eagles: Goals: Manor Lakes: T Priest 6 A Heyde J Collins K El Haouli L Knight S Krakouer N 3 J Palmer 2 N Montague 2 H Hunter 2 N Smithwick 2.M Kozole 2 C Hunter S Gill D Avery J Harmes. SPOTSWOOD 2.3 3.8 9.9 11.14 (80) Sidwell B Pilkington S Gebbie B Turner West SUNSHINE 2.5 6.6 6.7 7.10 (52) Footscray: J King 4 N Gorgievski.
TIGERS’ LOSING SEASON has AN UPBEAT LOOK VAFA
You have to admire Werribee Districts’ refusal to wave the white flag in the Victorian Amateur Football Association Premier B. Sure, it has been a rough ride this season, brought about by youthfulness in a big boys’ division. Yes, the club is consigned to relegation, and maybe even the wooden spoon. But one thing you will always find in a Kirk Norton side is improvement, with heavy losses early in the season having been replaced by ultra-competitive efforts at the back end. On Saturday, the Tigers got the rewards for persistence with a 12-point upset win over Old Haileybury, away at Princes Park in Caulfield. Trailing by 10 points at three-quarter time, the Tigers pounced on their second victory of the season with a breathtaking four-goals-to-one last term. Ryan Harrington was the star with six goals, while Bol Kolang, captain Matthew Dean and three-goal forward Aaron Taylor were the other standouts. The Tigers are bound for the third tier next season, but they will be cooking up a finals-disrupting recipe for Old Brighton on Saturday. In division 3, Old Westbourne moved closer to a winless season with a 134-point loss to La Trobe University. \ LJ
Best: Manor Lakes: S Gill N Montague F Pavez B Turner A Heyde T Priest. West Footscray: J McCabe M Speakman J King J Trowsdale J Moore M Buck. WYNDHAMVALE 0.8 2.14 6.15 10.16 (76) ALBANVALE 1.0 1.1 3.2 4.4 (28) Goals: Wyndhamvale: L Klein-Breteler 2 N Evans 2 D Bunworth 2 T Westhead K Junker N Fonua S Evans. Albanvale: D Bartolo 2 N Cuthbertson J Formosa. Best: Wyndhamvale: A Hamilton D Ellis J Wood N Fonua J Van Der Munnik S Fletcher. Albanvale: M Plummer J Brook N Cuthbertson D Borg J Caterino J West. PARKSIDE 5.3 12.8 15.13 23.17 (155) SUNSHINE HTS 3.1 3.3 3.4 4.5 (29) Goals: Parkside: F Mastropasqua 8 R Ryan 4 J Snow 2 J Eastoe 2 N Bone 2 M Khartabil J Jamieson N Towns D Thomas J Franklin. Sunshine Heights: P Tewhaiti J Eliepa D Hinge K Privitera. Best: Parkside: F Mastropasqua J Eastoe D Vincent J Fowler N Bone R Ryan. Sunshine Heights: G Porter J Zahra L Todevski J Eliepa F Qunqar K Privitera. GLENORDEN 12.2 25.7 32.15 41.22 (268) N SUNSHINE 1.1 2.2 3.6 4.6 (30) Goals: Glenorden: D Yze 14 K Kingsley 4 J Fortune 3 C Scudamore 3 J Zangari 2 S Crea 2.T Angelini 2 C Metcher 2 M Antonello 2 B Bostock 2 D Barolli K Lewicki M Palma M Yates A Bektash North Sunshine: J Koulogiannis 2 C Howitt J Hibbert. Best: Glenorden: D Yze J Fortune D Barolli T Angelini R Bucktin M Antonello. North Sunshine: B White M Charenko S Hughes T Charles T Gage J Koulogiannis. C SPRINGS 6.5 9.9 12.14 18.18 (126) S LAKES 1.3 3.6 5.9 9.11 (65) BRAYBROOK 5.2 10.5 15.6 20.6 (126) L MAGPIES 2.0 4.4 5.8 6.9 (45) Goals: Braybrook: Details unavailable. Laverton Magpies: R Schultz M Lindsey J Dunne C O’Donnell M Ristevski. Best: Braybrook: Details unavailable. Laverton Magpies: G Cameron R Mulroy M Lindsey C Dixon B Lawry C O’Donnell.
GEELONG AND DISTRICT FL Senior: Winchelsea 18.15 bt Anakie 12.11, Bell Post Hill 15.8 bt Thomson 8.19, Inverleigh 14.9 bt Werribee Centrals 14.8, East Geelong 16.14 bt Belmont Lions 13.5, North Geelong 21.14 bt Corio 7.13, Geelong West 19.16 bt Bannockburn 10.15. Reserves: Anakie 9.6 bt Winchelsea 6.7, Bell Post Hill 15.12 bt Thomson 2.2, Werribee Centrals 11.9 bt Inverleigh 6.5, East Geelong 29.16 bt Belmont Lions 1.1, North Geelong 16.13 bt Corio 2.2, Bannockburn 10.9 bt Geelong West 6.10.
State League 1: Rd 17: Eastern Lions SC 2 Moreland Zebras FC 2. U-21yrs: Rd 17: Eastern Lions SC 2 Moreland Zebras FC 0. State League 4: West: Rd 17: Williamstown SC 0 Geelong Rangers SC 3, Hoppers Crossing SC 1 Corio SC 2, Bell Park SC 3 Maribyrnong Greens SC 0, Essendon United FC 3 Essendon Royals SC 1, Brunswick Zebras FC 2 Western Eagles SC 2. Res: Rd 17: Williamstown SC 1 Geelong Rangers SC 2, Hoppers Crossing SC 1 Corio SC 3, Bell Park SC 7 Maribyrnong Greens SC 1. State League 5: West: Rd 17: Greenvale United SC 6 Melbourne Lions SC 2, Balmoral FC 0 Point Cook FC 4, Altona North SC 0 Brimbank Stallions FC 6, Sebastopol Vikings SC 5 Melbourne City FC 2. Res: Rd 17: Greenvale United SC 1 Melbourne Lions SC 6, Melbourne Tornado SC Melton Phoenix FC, Balmoral FC 2 Point Cook FC 5, Altona North SC 2 Brimbank Stallions FC 2, Sebastopol Vikings SC 3 Melbourne City FC 3.
Rd 16: Premier League: Footscray 4 bt Doncaster 3, Greensborough 3 bt Waverley 2, Altona 5 bt Southern United 1, Hawthorn 15 bt Mentone 0, Camberwell 6 bt MCC 1, TEM 4 bt Essendon 1. Women: TEM 2 bt Essendon Ladies 1, Doncaster 2 bt Footscray 1, Camberwell 5 bt MCC 4. MVL1: La Trobe Uni 5 bt Brunswick 4. WVL2: RMIT 1 drew Bayside Cougars 1.
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falcons fail to inspire WRFL
Wyndhamvale has failed to capture the imagination of pundits like it had in previous Western Region Football League division 2 finals series. The Falcons have been a “Jekyll and Hyde” prospect in the words of coach Luke Dennerley, with inconsistency costing them a shot at a double chance. Let’s face it, their shock 110-point round 16 loss to Parkside did little to seduce the tipsters. But other factors are also in play as reasons for the Falcons up-and-down season, having the rough end of the stick in a compromised draw and accommodating a larger than normal turnover of players for a club that has been so settled in Dennerley’s four-year reign. While the Falcons have been a permanent fixture in the finals and will enter Sunday’s elimination final with Sunshine Heights as favourites on the back of a 14-4 season, Dennerley warned against using past finals experience as a form guide. “It’s been a generational shift for us, we’ve changed the list a bit and it’s taken a bit of adjusting,” he told the Weekly. “Our senior team is markedly different this year, and I can’t underline that enough. “If you dish out the stuff in terms of list and coaching, you’re going to get the same results. “This is my fourth year and we’ve looked at things a bit differently, our game style has evolved and they’ve done really well to grab a hold of it, but that probably won’t come to full fruition for another season.” The Falcons know their best football can
“our senior team is markedly different this year”
For WRFL scores & ladder turn to page 35 Finals ready: Wyndhamvale’s Luke KleinBreteler warmed up for the business end of the season with two goals. (Michael Copp)
push them into September, but seldom have they shown it. For a quarter here and a half there, the Falcons are the genuine article, but even Dennerley is frustrated by the inconsistency brought about by the new-look squad and a redefined game plan. “It’s about stringing them together in the one game,” he said. “Our best football for long enough is good enough to not only rattle the cage but to beat those top sides. ‘‘I need to caution that comment in that we have been in a position in the last couple of weeks to play consistent footy and we’ve taken the foot off the gas, so I’m hoping the fellas have a steely resolve to bring the intensity for 120 minutes.” The Falcons should get some love from the tippers in the do-or-die final against Sunshine Heights at Chirnside Park on Sunday, despite first-choice ruckman Nathan Reschke and star recruit Paul O’Shea set to miss with injury. “Sunny Heights is a particularly proud footy club and I rate their hardness around the footy,” Dennerley said. “If you’re not willing to compete for four quarters against these blokes, you’ll cop your right whack. “The expectation now is that we bring our season-best footy.” Parkside will meet new boys Manor Lakes in the qualifying final at Chirnside Park on Saturday. In division 1, Hoppers Crossing run away with a 66-point win over North Footscray at Hansen Reserve. Terry Knight booted eight goals for the Warriors, while Aaron Ramsay was best on ground. \ Lj
briefs Football Werribee Centrals put their Geelong and District Football League Smiths Holden Cup finals spot at risk with a shock one-point loss to lowly Inverleigh away on Saturday. The Centurions could have secured a top-five finish, but it will now come down to the last round, where they can shore up their position with a win over Corio at Galvin Park on Saturday. If they don’t take care of their own business, the fourth-placed Centurions can still make the finals, but only if one of Geelong West or Winchelsea lose in round 18. \
Women’s football Wyndhamvale has suffered a heartbreaking six-point loss to Deer Park in the Victorian Women’s Football League north-west division 2 preliminary final at Highgate Reserve. The Falcons seemingly had control of the game at three quarter time, leading by 12 points on the back of 10 scoring shots to three and with Anna Harrington playing a starring role. But Deer Park came back strongly in the last quarter to overrun the gallant Falcons and move into the grand final, where Pascoe Vale awaits. \
Soccer Werribee City lost ground in the Football Federation Victoria men’s state league 1 title race with a 1-0 loss to Heidelberg United, one of the teams it is jostling with for the top ranking. City has tumbled to third and is now five points behind ladder-leader United with five games remaining. In other results, Hoppers Crossing was edged out 2-1 by Corio in state league 4, while Jamie Early scored a double for Point Cook in a 4-0 drubbing of Balmoral in state league 5. \
Netball Werribee Centrals are one win away from an undefeated season in the Geelong and District Netball League A-grade. The Centurions carved up Inverleigh 58-33 in a one-sided affair on the road on Saturday. Eleanor Tubbs shot 43 goals to underline her status as the in-form goaler in the competition. The Centurions will achieve a flawless regular season if they can beat third-last Corio on Saturday. \
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jets duo’s hard work rewarded Football
Western Jets rising stars Duom Dawam and Liam Duggan have retained their places in the elite AIS-AFL Academy squad for 2013-14. Dawam, a late blooming Sudanese-born ruckman, and Duggan, a running defender, will move up to a level-two scholarship as top-age players. Jets coach Torin Baker told the Weekly that earning an elevation was not a fait accompli. “They do review the squad and make add-ons or deletions,” he said. “The boys have to warrant getting a second year and both of them have got a second year. “It’s their application and the way they’ve gone about it, it’s a real reward for that.” Dawam will understandably draw comparisons with North Melbourne big man Majak Daw. Both have followed similar football paths, born in Sudan, discovering the game upon arrival in Melbourne and coming through the ranks at the Wyndhamvale Juniors. Like Daw, Dawam has an insatiable appetite to learn more about a game he only started playing as a teenager. “He’s only been playing football the past four years,” Baker said. “For him to do what
he’s done in that short amount of time is really quite remarkable when you think about it. No doubt he’s got some improving to do, but he’s shown a willingness to learn.” Dawam is 200cm and gifted athletically, making him a hard match-up in the height. But it is below the knees and in the second efforts that makes him stand out among the other ruckman in the TAC Cup. “He’s a real natural in his second and third efforts at the contest,” Baker said. “He’ll get on the ground and lay tackles and try and win ground balls. For a ruckman to do that, it’s really good to see.” Duggan has been mainly used in a defensive role this season, but has shown his ability when thrown into the midfield mix. Slight in stature but brave in the contest, when he finds space, he is an elite ball user. “He’s a real class player,” Baker said. “He’s got some body development to do, but he’s still a really good contested ball winner, even though he’s got a slight body.” Last weekend was a development week for TAC Cup teams. The Western Jets returned to the heat of battle against Bendigo Pioneers away on Saturday to defend their top four berth. \ Lj
clean sweep stuns devils
tigers’ win fails to impress coach
Welcome to the brutal nature of playoff basketball, Werribee Devils. The Devils got schooled in a 2-0 best-of-three series whitewash by the intimidating Keilor Thunder in the Big V basketball women’s division 2 semi finals. Returning home after blowing a big lead in game one, the Devils failed to match it for intensity, physicality and endurance in a 73-53 game-two loss at the Werribee Sports and Fitness Centre on Saturday night. Devils coach Lloyd Klaman told the Weekly the playoffs can be unforgiving for a side bereft of finals experience. “We weren’t at our best and you want to be at your best in the finals,” he said. “Take nothing away from Keilor, they were rough and tough and played playoff basketball. “They’re probably a bit older and more match hardened than we are and when you get to the finals, the refs tend to let you play a bit more physical and it really disrupted us. “We just got a bit tired - their physicality wore us down.” The Devils went into the series as warm favourites having finished on top of the ladder with just two losses in the regular season. The Thunder is no stranger to the playoffs, having won their most recent title two seasons ago. They strengthened in the off-season, picking up veteran centre Jodi Impey from the Whittlesea Stallions. Impey was an unstoppable force in game two with 22 points, 16 rebounds and five assists. She gave a tell-tale sign that it would be a long night for the Devils when she drained three opening-quarter three-pointers. “You’d look at her and you’d think she’d be a low-post player, but she’s probably their best perimeter player,” Klaman said. “She can flat-out play.” Trailing by 12 at quarter time, the Devils would get hot in the second period on the back of the brilliance of Lisa Troyahn (19 points and 11 rebounds) and Elisha Burnette (15 points). They cut the deficit to one by half time
Lone ranger: Lisa Troyahn had a double double in the fateful game two. (shawn smits)
and blew a chance to take the lead midway through the third. The Thunder offered no second invitation, going on a 14-4 run to round out the third and lead by 11. The visitors closed out the game in the fourth. Understandably, the Devils were hurting post game, but Klaman reminded the team of how far they have come, from also-rans to the minor premiers in the space of 12 months.
“It was all pretty raw in the locker room afterwards,” he said. “I said to them that we’re all disappointed about the result, but you’ve got to be happy with the year that we’ve had and where we’ve come from. “We had a couple of hiccups, but all in all it’s been a pretty good year for the club and it’s kind of brought Werribee [women’s] basketball back to where it was.” \ Lance Jenkinson email@example.com
klaman identifies unfinished business at werribee Basketball
Lloyd Klaman has some unfinished business with the Werribee Devils. The American-born coach wants to lead the Devils women’s team into 2014 after taking them to the Big V women’s division 2 playoffs in his first season. “We haven’t formalised anything yet, but I would like to come back,” Klaman told the Weekly. It promises to be an exciting 12 months for the Devils. They are preparing a submission
to be promoted to division 1 on the back of their minor premiership. There are also plans to get a women’s youth league team off the ground to cater for their growing number of talented teens. Should the Devils get the green light for an elevation to the second tier, and if Klaman is reappointed, he has vowed to fast-track the young team’s development with a punishing pre-season program to get them up to the required standard for the level. “If I’m involved next year, we’ll probably only take five weeks off and get started again,”
he said. “We want to get these kids bigger, stronger and quicker, and we’ll do a lot of work in the weight room and on the running track. We’re going to have to compete with bigger bodies if we’re in division 1.” Meanwhile, it was a night of upsets at the Werribee Sports and Fitness Centre. Not only did Klaman’s top-ranked women’s division 2 team suffer a shock loss to fourth seed Keilor in a series sweep, the previously unbeaten Devils youth league 1 men’s team was upset 70-61 by the Keilor Thunder in a grand-final boilover. \ LJ
Joshua Pace was the driving force behind Werribee’s 3-1 disposal of cellar dweller Monash University in the Hockey Victoria men’s Vic League 1 on Saturday. Pace assisted on two goals and was impossible to curtail in the middle en route to a best-afield performance. Tigers coach Cam Whyatt told the Weekly that Pace was unlucky not to have added to his 10 goals for the season. “He was the one that basically dribbled the ball to set up both of the opening two goals,” Whyatt said. “The first one, he intercepted the ball from the defensive 25, eliminated five or six defenders and put the ball goalward. “One of the other boys [Peter Nalder] touched it on the line, which Pacey was a bit non-pleased about.” Nalder had the first goal set up on a platter. Then Pace served up the final pass for Darren Wale to score. The third goal, scored from a penalty corner by Sean Gardner, fittingly came through an assist from Joshua McDonald. McDonald has formed a dynamic duo with Pace since the mid-season break. Known for his run-with roles in the past, McDonald has been off the leash in recent weeks and relishing the freedom. “Normally his job is to mark the oppositions attacking forward,” Whyatt said. “We changed that in the last few weeks where we’ve released him to the midfield so he can push up and overlap and give us some drive from defence, which he’s done really well. “He played one of the best games he’s played all year.” Gardner was a hard worker in attack, while Sam Huxtable offered the counter-punch from defence. The Tigers were content to claim the victory, taking them to within four points of the top four. By no means was Whyatt happy with the winning margin. “It was a good result, but they were sitting on the bottom of the table, so it should’ve been a lot better,” he said. “We didn’t quite make the most of our opportunities. “We had all of the attack and should’ve score a heck of a lot more goals, to be honest.” The Tigers face Yarra Valley at the State Netball and Hockey Centre in the first of three do-or-die games in their chase for a finals berth. \ LJ
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A Werribee Tigers promotion
The West Wing One of the great traditions of our game is the father son rule. As the father of 4 football mad Bulldog supporters it is a rule that I personally love. To see Mitch Wallis wearing the red, white and blue that his father Steve -a very close friend and mentor for me-wore, is just brilliant. This year Werribee has found itself in a unique position with Luke McDonald being groomed for his football future via the club his father Donald famously steered to its one and only senior premiership. Luke is an emerging talent and is almost certain to go to the Kangaroos under the father son rule.
big win caps off tigers’ day VFL
SW: Congratulations on being invited to the National Draft Combine. LMcD: Thanks for that. I was rapt to be invited along with Benny Brown from the mighty Bees. SW: How have you juggled all your commitments this year? LMcD: It has been a pretty big year for me. I am studying full time at Melbourne Universiity, which is pretty full on. It has been a good year playing at Vic Metro, and at Werribee, getting that senior experience under my belt and also training one day a week down at North Melbourne, just seeing how they go about it. SW: Playing against men, and a lot of them AFL listed men, must be an advantage for you come the draft? LMcD: I played in the TAC Cup last year and that was really good for my development but I think I needed to take the step up and play against the bigger bodies. Playing with and against AFL listed players has been great, I have really enjoyed the year. SW: It is a different ball game at this level isn’t it? LMcD: I suppose I had never thought about how to use my body because my athleticism always got me through in the TAC Cup, but in the VFL there are no easy kicks, so using my body has probably been the biggest thing I have had to get my head around. I obviously have to get a bit stronger so I have a fair way to go. SW: What do you do at North Melbourne? LMcD: I do a lot of different things. Sometimes I will be training with the boys, other times I am working on my strength, it changes a lot but it has been very good to get around the boys. SW: What about the draft? LMcD: There is still a lot of water to go under the bridge there, I have been a North Melbourne supporter all my life and I would love to end up there but it is not 100% certain yet. Other clubs have the opportunity to bid on me, but hopefully if all goes right, I will end up at North. SW: All the best for the rest of the season. LMcD: Hopefully we make the finals and end that 20 year drought.
Strong defence: Werribee backman Michael Firrito showed his experience and skill. (ARI HATZIS)
With the class of 1993 watching, Werribee beat Port Melbourne for the second time this season, running out 20.16 (136) to 10.11 (71) winners on Sunday. The Tigers were celebrating the 20th anniversary of their one and only senior premiership, won in 1993 when the competition was known as the VFA. Back in the present at Avalon Airport Oval, it was the Borough who looked the better side early. Port kicked four of the first five goals of the game, with key forward Dean Galea indomitable. He kicked five of Port’s six for the quarter, but Werribee hit back with two goals to Ben Warren and one each to Majak Daw and Ben McKinley, to trail by 13 points at quarter time. From that point, the Tigers controlled much of the contest. Four goals in the second term gave Werribee the lead, with Ben Ross and Brett Meredith getting plenty of the ball. Defender and state representative Jake Wilson received a knee to the midriff early in the term and on Monday was in hospital undergoing assessment. Holding a four-point lead at half-time, Werribee broke the game open in the third term, kicking five goals to one to set up a 33-point margin. Warren, Daw and Addam Maric were among the goalscorers in the final term as Werribee kicked another seven to stretch the margin to 65 by the final siren. The trio each kicked four, and Ben Brown added two, in a strong demonstration of the damage the Werribee forward line can do when the delivery up the ground was as good as it was on Sunday. Ben Ross had 32 touches and was best on ground, Jordan Gysberts had 27 touches and Tim McGenniss 26. They were boosted by North Melbourne defenders Michael Firrito and Scott McMahon. The win moved Werribee to outright fifth, four points behind Williamstown and two ahead of Port, with games against Northern Blues and Collingwood to come. Coach Scott West was in a buoyant mood after the game. “The run and overlap through the middle part of the ground was very good today. [McMahon and Firrito] have got the experience and the skill to play really good footy down back and we’ve got multiple targets up forward,” he said. “We probably still need to get them to work together better, and if we can get that and their leading patterns and all those sorts of things right we’ll be even more dangerous.” \ DANIEL PAPROTH firstname.lastname@example.org
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Werribee has two games remaining in the home-and-away season, and a double chance isn’t out of the question. The Tigers travel to Visy Park this Sunday for a clash against Northern Blues, now seventh and looking to hold off North Ballarat, Collingwood and Essendon. The following Saturday it’s out to Victoria Park to play Collingwood, desperate to
play finals after just eight wins in the past two seasons. With plenty at stake for all involved, coach Scott West said the Port Melbourne win became even more crucial. “That’s why this game is so important,” he said. “It puts us ahead of Port now by two points, and obviously then we’ve got teams around us. We have to keep winning to finish as high as we can.
“The thing about footy is you just worry about what you can control; and that’s playing good footy and winning, making sure we prepare well and all those sorts of things so we can perform like we did today.” The Tigers also had a big victory in the development league – 76-point winners over Port Melbourne. Robert Hicks booted four, while Will Martiniello put his hand up for a senior recall with a best-on-ground performance. \ DP
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