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Ready to rock you WESTERN Port Secondary College students are doing more than just performing in their upcoming production of “We Will Rock You”. They are also playing in the band, designing sets, and completing construction and sound/ tech roles. They students will perform three shows: Friday and Saturday 21-22 June after rehearsing since the start of the year. “We’ve doubled our cast from last year and have almost 60 kids from our small school of about 500 working hard to put this show together,” director and former school captain Tenee Schneider said. “We Will Rock You” – The musical by Queen and Ben Elton – is a “fairly unknown musical on the Mornington Peninsula amateur theatre scene”, she said. Based on Queen’s biggest hits, the musical is set in a futuristic dystopian world where individuality has been banned and rock music forgotten. “We chose this musical because of the current hype surrounding Queen and Freddie Mercury, but also because, after our incredible success staging “Grease” last year, we felt our kids were up to the challenge,” Ms Schneider said.

Talks to clear air over Tyabb Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au AN uneasy truce was in place over the Tyabb Airfield dispute last week in the lead-up to a meeting between the Mornington Peninsula Shire CEO John Baker and Peninsula Aero Club president Jack Vevers. The meeting, scheduled for yesterday (Monday 17 June), comes after the warring parties sought common ground in their row over missing or non-existent permits and contentious flying hours.

The mayor Cr David Gill said on Friday that there could be issues such as workers’ compensation insurance if businesses were operating at the airfield without permits. The aero club was stunned when the council issued a stop-work order, Monday 3 June, saying it was unable to find permits issued subsequent to the original 1965 permit which gave the 55-year-old club the right to operate. (“Shire’s order grounds airfield” The News 12/6/19). Mr Vevers slammed the ban saying it put 100 jobs and vital emergency ser-

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vices at risk and grounded the club’s 550 members. Early last week the council in a statement said it acknowledged that over the years the level of activity at the airfield had increased and the surrounding population grown. The council said it had “attempted to work with the … Peninsula Aero Club for more than a decade to modernise the relevant planning approvals that exist on the site”. It said it had “advised the club and other landowners and businesses in the precinct that there aren’t any existing

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Mr Vevers said on Thursday the shire’s Mr Baker had “reached out to start discussions”. “I am really pleased about that. It’s what should have happened in the first place. There are no egos in this. We want to get people back to work.” The meeting comes as a shire-appointed Queen’s Counsel conducts a “full legal review, in order to provide clear information … regarding the conditions of all current planning permits currently applying to the Tyabb Airfield”. The report has a 30 June deadline.


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Talks highlight road trauma message THE impact of road trauma – on yourself and others, will be one of the topics covered at road trauma presentations to thousands of students at Peninsula Community Theatre in two sessions: 24 and 25 June and 22 and 23 July. Other topics at the talks put on by Teenagers Road Accident Group (TRAG) include the aspects of life that can be affected by road trauma; safe driving practices and decision making, and a focus on making good choices with the message Drive4Life. About 3000 secondary school students from around the Mornington Peninsula will attend the presentations, in Wilsons Road, over the four days. TRAG presenters include emergency service personnel such as Victoria Police, CFA, Ambulance Victoria, SES, as well as victims of road trauma and family members who have lost loved ones through road trauma. All TRAG presenters volunteer their time and their personal stories in the hope of reducing the number of young people killed or injured through road trauma in our community. The sessions are offered free to all schools with all costs covered by community donations. They target Year 11 and 12 students and are designed to promote road safe-

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ty and to end preventable road trauma for the next generation of young drivers. Project manager Jonelle Colabufalo said TRAG members knew firsthand how crucial their message was to young drivers. “They believe that if it saves just one life of a student who attends, it will have been worth it,” she said. Frankston SES’s Priscilla Grimme has been a volunteer road rescue specialist for 24 years. “The presenters tell their story of how road trauma not only affects them personally but also the devastating loss to families and friends who are impacted by our youth being killed on our roads,” she said. “I have no doubt that the presentations by TRAG volunteers to teenagers on the Mornington Peninsula are making a difference by saving lives on our roads.” Project manager Colabufalo said parents with senior school students should be asking if their school is attending TRAG’s presentations. “If not, please ask the school why not? If you would like to bring them along anyway, please get in contact directly with TRAG.” Details: Call project manager Jonelle Colabufalo on 0481 308 724 or visit trag.org.au

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Street talk: Liquor and gaming officers Robbie Williams, Nicole Saleh, Terry Molloy and Sarah Gregory will discuss liquor and gaming rules when they visit Mornington next week. Picture: Supplied

Keeping tabs on liquor, gaming KEEPING Mornington’s hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants compliant with the latest rules and regulations governing gaming and liquor sales is the aim of a visit by regulators next week. Staff from the state’s liquor regulator – the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation – will target the town’s licenced premises on Monday 24 June. Their aim will not be to check for breaches and issue fines but to educate licensees and help them to remain compliant.

VCGLR manager education programs Veronica Goluza said the VCGLR’s Street Talk program aimed to keep licensees and their staff up to date with gambling and liquor laws. Ms Goluza said key topics would include ‘Bottomless brunches’ – where patrons often drink too much, too quickly, over a short time frame – as well as an obligation for licences to supply free water and be aware of changes to the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998. She said a key change to the Act last September banned licensees from supplying liquor to minors

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FISHERMEN on the rocks at Mt Martha who “saw something odd” out at sea sent their drone to hover over a man in distress and pinpoint his position to rescuers. The fishermen called 000 and the Police Air Wing was able to spot the man about one kilometre off Hearn Road, 4.30pm, Friday 7 June. Volunteer Marine Rescue skipper Tim Warner said they received a call from the chopper to rescue the man, 49, who had been thrown out of his 14-foot tinny after “hitting an object” in the water. The incident was made more dangerous because the tinny with 40hp motor was going flat out in a “very tight circle” around him. “Our Mornington vessel AK1 was assisting another vessel with a flat battery when we got the call,” skipper Warner said. “Thankfully the man was not injured and was able to inflate his life jacket when he hit the water. We checked him over and then proceeded to stop his vessel. We usually attend at least one of these incidents a year, so are very experienced at stopping out-ofcontrol vessels.” The VMR crew then ferried the man back to Safety Beach. Skipper Warner said: “The man’s life jacket definitely saved his life as the air was really chilling down and it was just on dark. “The guy should buy a lottery ticket as everything went his way – especially being seen by the fishermen on the rocks who were able to fly their drone a kilometre out to him. “The guy saw it and waved to the drone that he was OK and the fisherman called 000. The Air Wing was on the scene five minutes later and the

‘Error’ fine refund A FINE issued to a boatie parked at Rye boat ramp was a mistake, Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr David Gill has conceded. “The error was made by a local laws officer and it will be quickly sorted out,” Cr Gill said. The $81 fine for supposedly “failing to pay a fee and obey instructions on a sign” drew scorn from Futurefish Foundation director David Kramer. (“Fine adds to boat ramp confusion” The News 22/5/19). It followed a statement by Cr Gill that the shire had stopped processing boat ramp fees. Mr Kramer said “the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing when it comes to the shire charging boat ramp fees. This is just unacceptable in this day and age of technology for shire officers to be handing out fines”. At that time Cr Gill said the issuing of the fine was probably caused by uncertainty over the state government’s “ill-thought promise to take over the management of the peninsula’s boat ramps” made on Channel 31’s “Talking Fishing” TV show in the lead-up to the November state election. The promise has since undermined the council’s capacity to charge parking fees and issue fines until management of the launching ramps is taken over by the new Better Boating Fund in spring. (“Spring takeover for boat ramps” The News 5/6/19). The state budget included $47.2 million to “work with local councils ... to abolish boat ramp parking and launching fees, upgrade boating infrastructure and boost safety”.

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Blast flattens bungalow, injures woman Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A EXPLOSION rocked the night calm in Mornington demolishing a backyard bungalow and injuring a female visitor, midnight, Saturday 8 June. The blast blew out the walls and brought down the ceiling of the prefab behind a house in Bungower Road, leaving the young woman with an eye injury, burns and deafness. One wall fell against the side of the house shattering a window near where a four-year-old boy was sleeping. A drawn blind may have prevented him being showered with glass. The occupants of the house helped the young woman out of the ruins and she was later taken to hospital for treatment.

Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of bungalow tenant Cody Lockens, 23, who is listed on the police Eye Watch page as “being involved in an explosion incident” on the night. They believe he “may have sustained serious injuries as a result of the incident and are concerned for his welfare”. Detective Senior Constable Clayton Backhouse, of Mornington Peninsula CIU, said the bang was caused by an aerial firework similar in size to a tennis ball on top of a cylinder with a light switch. Once activated it is supposed to shoot into the sky and explode. Mr Lockens may have inadvertently ignited the device “after a day’s drinking”. “He may have lit a cigarette and maybe it’s gone off,” Detective Backhouse said. Mr Lockens reportedly spoke to the

occupants of the house before running off and later contacted his parents. Arson and explosives chemists spent the next day examining the wreckage and trying to piece together what had happened. Detective Backhouse said the bungalow’s thin metal walls and ceiling may have prevented more serious injuries to the occupants as the force of the explosion was able to dissipate rather than being contained. Anyone knowing Mr Lockens’ whereabouts is urged to Mornington Peninsula CIU 5978 1400 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Bang, gone: Forensic police examine the wreckage of the bungalow after the latenight explosion. Picture: Gary Sissons

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Also, over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend a 33-year-old Derrimut man was intercepted on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway, Dromana, 9.15am, Sunday 9 June. He told police he had been at a buck’s party the night before and had stopped drinking at 1am. He thought he’d “be right to drive home” by 9am but then blew 0.172 per cent. The man’s licence was suspended and his car impounded for $1280. He took a taxi home and is expected to be charged on summons.

THREE men who allegedly bashed an older man walking near Bittern railway tracks are being sought by Hastings police. Senior Constable Lauren Coster said the men were skylarking on the tracks in a white Nissan Patrol when it became stuck near Moreton Crescent, midday, Thursday 30 May. As they tried to winch the vehicle free the older man approached and commented and an argument started. One of the younger men allegedly punched him to the head, knocking him down and causing pain, lacerations and swelling to his face. The alleged attacker is described as having fair skin, 183cm tall, stocky build and blond beard. He was wearing a half-length Driza-Bone jacket. Anyone with information is urged to call Senior Constable Coster 5970 7800.

Run late, walk home A SEAFORD motorcyclist caught riding on Thompsons Road, Bangholme, at 133kph in an 80 zone told police he was running late to meet motorcyclist mates. The 49-year-old had his Suzuki DL1000 (left) impounded for 30 days and then walked home, 1.30pm, Sunday 9 June.

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A P-PLATER from Frankston caught speeding at 126kph in an 80kph zone on Cranbourne Road, Langwarrin, 8pm, Sunday 9 June, allegedly initially gave police a false name

OFFENDERS forced their way through a wire mesh fence and into a large storage container on the grounds of Hastings Primary School, overnight Sunday 9 June. Detective Senior Sergeant Allan Paxton, of Somerville CIU, said the thieves rifled through tool boxes before stealing power tools and gardening equipment. They then stole a wheelbarrow to carry the items along Hodgins Road. Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Paxton 5978 1300 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

and address and then blew 0.118 per cent. The 32-year-old man’s licence was suspended and his car impounded (left) at a cost of $961. He is expected to be charged on summons.

‘Rush’ proved costly A 20-year-old P-plater from Mornington caught speeding at 141kph on Peninsula Link, Mt Martha, 5am, Monday 10 June, told police he was rushing to a mate’s place. He later blew 0.062 per cent; was fined $1088 and lost his licence for six months.

Struck out THE driver of a ute (bottom left) pulled over by Somerville Highway Patrol in Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville, 9.35am, Sunday 9 June, kept police busy writing down charges. They included driving at 76kph in a 60kph zone, driving with a cancelled registration, testing positive to methyl-amphetamine, refusing to undergo an oral fluid drug test and not having an alcohol interlock device fitted as required. The 39-year-old Bittern man’s car was impounded for 30 days and he will be summonsed to appear at court at a later date.

Rye round up A HOON driver allegedly doing late-night burnouts in Rye last week later blew over the legal blood alcohol limit and had his car impounded for 30 days at a cost of $1010. Rosebud police saw the man’s white Holden ute as they turned the corner into Johnson Avenue, 11.50pm, Saturday 8 June. They said the driver parked and started walking away before being stopped for the breath test: he blew 0.171 per cent. Leading Senior Constable Natalie Dean said the man’s P1 licence was suspended and he will be charged on summons with drink driving and traffic-related offences.

driving at a dangerous speed and exceeding the speed limit. A major collision investigation unit officer on his way home intercepted the man’s white Mazda ute on Mornington Peninsula Freeway, 8.20pm, Sunday 9 June. Leading Senior Constable Natalie Dean said impounding the car was part of Operation Regal, a four-day high visibility road policing operation over the Queen’s birthday long weekend. It targeted impaired driving, increased traffic on rural roads, towing trailers and caravans, and trail bike riding in state forests and parks.

Costly mistake A YOUNG speedster nabbed at 160kph in a 100kph zone at Dromana has had his car impounded for 30 days at a cost of $1280. The 18-year-old Capel Sound P1 licence-holder is also expected to be charged on summons with

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Strong win for Hunt in ‘marginal’ Flinders Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au THE final figures from last month’s federal election confirm what was known early on voting night: Flinders was easily retained by the Liberal Party’s candidate, Greg Hunt. The poll results officially declared last week showed Mr Hunt’s hold on the seat loosened by 1.37 per cent, but he remains well ahead of his nearest rival, Labor’s Josh Sinclair. After the allocation of preferences Mr Hunt received 53,943 votes, or 55.64 per cent (previously 57.01 per cent) compared to Mr Sinclair’s 43,009 votes (44.36%). On these figures, the Labor vote was 1.37 per cent higher than in the 2016 election. Mr Hunt’s primary vote was down by 3.78 per cent, but much of this is likely to have been the result of former Liberal MP, Julia banks, standing as an independent. Primary votes were also down for Labor (-2.8%) and the Greens (-4.18%) while Ms banks attracted 13.79 per cent of primary votes. Five of the of the nine candidates for Flinders in the Saturday 20 May election are set to lose their $2000 deposits because they failed to attract more than 4 per cent of the primary vote. The Australian Electoral Commission now sees Flinders as being a

Victory: Liberal Greg Hunt soon after it became apparent on election night that he had retained his position as MP for Flinders. Picture: Yanni

marginal seat. Candidates and their votes as listed by the AEC: Harry Dreger, independent, 940 votes (0.97%). James Persson, Animal Justice Party, 2304 (2.38%). Greg Hunt Liberal Party, 45,293 votes, (46.72%) down 3.78% Reade Smith, Sustainable Australia, 1072 votes (1.11%). Josh Sinclair, Australian Labor party, 23,982 votes (24.74%) down 2.8%.

Nathan Lesslie, The Greens, 6599 votes (6.81%) down 4.18%. Christine McShane, United Australia Party, 2447 votes (2.52%). Julia Banks, independent, 13,367 votes, (13.79%). Susie Beveridge, independent, 948 votes, (0.98%). Detailed results for Flinders and other federal election seats can be found at www.aec.gov.au/results.

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By David McCord, Long Island Point Plant Manager. Over the past few months, Esso’s Long Island Point Plant team has been gearing up to meet peak energy demand this winter. Each day we receive, process, store and deliver thousands and thousands of barrels of petroleum products, including crude oil for the refining industry, ethane for the chemicals industry and LPG for both chemical production and the transport industry. We have been doing this around the clock, day-in, day-out for half a century. But it’s not as simple as turning the tap on and off. Our maintainers and operators have been working hard to prepare the plant and upgrade equipment to keep the facility running like clockwork during our busiest season. These activities are also part of Esso’s longer term commitment to maintain its assets for continued gas supply for years to come. At Esso, we are keen to support programs that encourage young people to reach their full potential and pursue a career in the oil and gas industry. In May, our safety and environmental team visited Tyabb Railway Primary School while Long Island Point received a visit from Westernport Secondary College students, who saw first-hand the diverse range of career options in the industry locally. The students were taken on a tour of our laboratory, which is key to maintaining our product quality while a walkthrough of the control room gave students a glimpse of a modern operations environment. If you would like to find out more about our Long Island Point operations, I can be reached at communityANZ@exxonmobil.com. I encourage you to check out our website, www.exxonmobil.com.au, or follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @exxonmobil_aus.

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Jobs in jeopardy if airfield businesses are closed As one of the original members of the Peninsula Aero Club dating back to its foundation in 1964, I have several points to make about the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council’s heavy handed attempt to close down all operations at the airfield due to the actions of certain objectors to the airfield. 1 If the objectors don’t like it they can always move somewhere else. After all, the airfield has been in place for more than 55 years. How many of them can say they have been there that long? 2 The various businesses at the airfield, including at least four aircraft maintenance facilities, the aero club’s flying school, aircraft sales and other enterprises, which altogether employ many people, whose jobs would be put in jeopardy if this ill-advised move goes ahead. 3 Revenue raised at the Tyabb Airshow, held every two years, is donated to local charities and volunteer organisations, such as the Tyabb CFA, which benefit greatly from this help and would as a result also disappear if the council has its way. 4 Finally, the aero club has trained many professional pilots in its 55 years of existence, many of whom have progressed into the airlines, a fact that any of those against this airfield would do well to remember, particularly the next time they go on an overseas flight with an Australian airline, because the pilot and any of the crew members up front could very likely have done at least some of their training or earlier flying at Tyabb. Cam Care, Mornington

Community asset I must correct the impression given by Michael Free that the Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers’ Association does not represent a strong community view (“For the record” Letters 11/6/19). Over my 12-year involvement with the association we have had up to 2000 supporters on varying peninsula issues. Many in the community contact us when they become frustrated with the lack of support from government and semi-government organisations. Our committee has a wide cross-section of political views but, like me, we work with all sides of politics to help maintain the peninsula lifestyle we. This does not stop our members and committee voicing their personal views, but these must not include the name of the association. Our achievements include: Supporting capping council rates, resulting in rate increases being only a third of what they

once were. Based on my extensive experience with PPP projects we put forward the proposal that Peninsula Link not be tolled but be financed by a form of “shadow tolling”. The Peninsula Link Authority, the government and RACV supported our proposal and as a result residents are not being hit by tolls. We are not opposed to development, but on many occasions we have influenced council to oppose inappropriate development and have been involved in successes in eight out of nine times at VCAT. It is not unusual to be requested by local politicians, councillors or council executive to provide support on various issues. All of this involves considerable voluntary time, not uncommonly requiring 50-60 hours a week, for the good of the community with little or no thanks. We are preparing a detailed submission on the shire’s Neighbourhood Character Study and we hope that Michael Free will make a submission which, unlike his letters, will make a positive contribution to improved residential development on the peninsula. Alan Nelsen, secretary, Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association

Community helper I notice Michael G Free has taken my advice and formed his “going off half cocked” association. (“For the record” Letters 11/6/19) He claims that “fact checking is not a strong suit of the left”, obviously the same comment can be directed to him. Fact, I am not, repeat not, nor have I ever been a member of GetUp and I left the Labor Party years ago. Perhaps there is another Michael G Free who drops in the occasional correspondence on climate change. Obviously Mr Free disregarded the information that was imparted to him on the 1997 birth of the Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association. Election forms are sent to all members of the MPRRA before our AGM, not just to the members who attend our meetings. As for being a community activist, apart from being the democratically elected president of MPRRA, I am part of a conservation group hell bent on protecting the Rosebud foreshore; I am involved in a wellness singing group at one of the community centres in Rosebud that enables people with disabilities to sing. I am

also involved with two other singing groups one of which goes to nursing homes to sing to the patients. I wonder what Michael G Free does for his community? John Cain, McCrae

Next in line The bigger picture? Independent MP Andrew Wilkie, a former whistleblower, urged the federal Coalition to “back off” and let the press do its job, calling for a full investigation into the police raids on the ABC and News Corp Australia journalist Annika Smethurst as well as a warning to 2GB radio host Ben Fordham, also criticising Labor for agreeing to laws that silence the media. [NOTE: Martin Niemoller’s observation about trying to live in 1930s Germany: ‘‘First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out – because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out – because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me – and there was no one left to speak for me.”] Cliff Ellen, Rye

Hidden meaning Today’s mail included a pamphlet from the Mornington Peninsula Shire inviting me to have my say on a “Draft neighbourhood character study, containing a set of precinct-based preferred character statements and accompanying design guidelines ...”. Eh? I read the thing three times and still don’t know what they’re talking about, or why. I know I’m getting old, but senile too? Either I’m mad or some council staff are stark, raving. Does the council have too much money and a need to expand the fiefdom? Perhaps they suffer from relevance deprivation? I’ve noticed they shut down an airport over a lost 1972 permit. Perhaps my resident president representative for all things council, John Cain, can get his band of 25 to look into this? And that? Brian A Mitchelson, Mornington

Short changed Construction is underway of the Coppin Road, Sorrento footpath. The footpath has been subject to almost four years of protests from property owners who do not want it. Mornington Peninsula Shire planners have designed the footpath to finish 18 metres short of Point Nepean Road, forcing pedestrians with strollers and the elderly on mobility scooters onto Coppin Road to cross to the beach. Will the council accept responsibility for what is potentially a dead end? Bill Holmes, Sorrento

Birthday noted at musical Mornington Pictures by Yanni

MORNINGTON became the music capital of Melbourne over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. The Mornington Winter Music Festival started on the Friday night (7 June) with musicians playing at nine venues, starting at 10am in the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. When the “Dissonant Rhythms” of Ross Manning ended at 5pm, the show moved on to wine bars, pubs and restaurants. The gallery again started the show on Saturday, which had a much bigger line up musicians playing to audiences in a longer list of venues (as well as on Main Street). this time including wineries and the Mornington Yacht Club (jazz with Kissing Harriet). Sunday saw music back on the street and at 19 venues, including Mornington railway, Old Post Office Museum and Mornington Anglican Church. The crowds roamed from venue to venue, seeking out their favourite sounds for the third day running. The Monday 10 June Queen’s Birthday public holiday presented a time to wind down, with Ross Manning’s sounds continuing at the gallery, Brazilian jazz with Nota Bene Duo at The Counting House and the chance to look at telecommunications artifacts at the Old Post Office Museum.


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THE HUNT ENDS HERE ENCOMPASSING a magically secluded 2.23 hectares, this incredible rural retreat offers a peaceful ambiance sure to be envied by many. Measuring an impressive 465 square metres under the roof line, there is a staggering 344 square metres of beautiful living space, all nicely complemented by polished pine floors that contrast against the crisp whites of the french doors that neatly divide the spectacular kitchen into its own entertainers paradise. Highly functional, the kitchen boasts stone bench tops and plenty of cupboard space, with appliances including a stainless steel oven with gas cook top and range hood, plus there is a dishwasher. The adjoining family meals area is a cosy affair with reverse cycle air-conditioning, and from here you can step out to the wide verandah. A huge formal dining room is an absolute standout and will comfortably seat ten. Guests can spread out and enjoy the country atmosphere all the while enjoying the comforts of the full bar. Opening from the dining room is an equally spacious rumpus room with practical laminate floors. A brilliant wood heater is to one corner and there is plenty of space to accommodate an eight-ball table. The south wing of the home takes in the bedrooms, a family bathroom and the laundry. The master bedroom has a walk-through robe to an ensuite featuring twin vanity and a frameless glass walk-in shower and two of the remaining bedrooms have built-in robes. Sure to come into its own when the warmer months arrive is the spectacular swathe of undercover decking that affords a lovely outlook to an ornamental lake that is flanked by overhanging willows. Externally, the property is well set up for equestrian pursuits with a four-bay stable complex with tack room and water tanks. There are six well-fenced paddocks and a holding yard, and for farm equipment and parking a three-bay shed with double garage and workshop does the job in style. The superb landscaping cannot be understated with handsome brick paths meandering around the home allowing you to take in the gardens, dam and the securely fenced in-ground swimming pool.n

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ADDRESS: 54 Hunts Road, TUERONG FOR SALE: $1,875,000 DESCRIPTION: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 6 car INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: John Hanna 0408 374 334, Jacobs & Lowe, 220 Main Street, Mornington, 5976 5900 mpnews.com.au

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DUAL - LIVING ON 1/4 ACRE • 3 bedroom family home and 2 bedroom unit • Main residence updated 18 months ago • Master bed feautres triple robes and access to alfresco • Covered alfresco, outdoor kitchen and Rinnai BBQ • Unit five years young, includes kitchenette • Split system heating, decked outdoor entertaining

2.32HA WITH TWO HOMES / WAREHOUSE & OFFICES • Five bedroom home - two with ensuite & WIR’s • Formal lounge with open fire • Large kitchen overlooking open plan family meals area • Outdoor entertaining area overlooking two paddocks • Separate three-bedroom self-contained cottage • Huge warehouse with storage and multiple offices • Double carport, 6 car garage with adjoining workshop

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Somerville 6 Compass Court

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Home of grand proportions on approx. 1 acre! 4 Comprising of; 4 bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and en-suite, family bathroom, open plan meals area, kitchen with enormous bench space, double pantry, gas cooking, separate rumpus room, big laundry, gas heating and brand-new reverse cycle heating and cooling.

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KINFAUNS CLASSIC! Set on a picturesque 1.25 acre (approx.) block. n Multiple living zones + home office. n Gourmet kitchen with quality Miele appliances and stone benchtops. n Huge entertainer’s deck and gazebo with a 10-seater spa. n Double garage, carport and a large workshop. n

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INTRODUCING

W AT E R F A L L G A R D E N S ROSEBU D

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MAKE THIS YOUR OWN PIECE OF PARADISE! Hastings 8/300 High Street 4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car This modern and attractive 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home situated in Botanica Hastings development is sure to impress both first home buyers, retired couples and investors. The sleek modern design provides open plan living, zoned parents’ and children’s bedrooms, and a great workflow from the kitchen and laundry. Presentation perfect with extra large living area. Dream kitchen with caesar stone bench and huge family room, nestled in a quiet location with a parkland area for relaxation. The home is situated in a secluded, tranquil position on 734m2 of land. Incredible value for this 21.96 square home. Open for Inspection Saturday 22 June, 10.00 to 10.30am Contact Peter Nicolls 0418 311 048

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WHAT’S NEW...

Congratulations to the latest trainees at Village Glen Aged Care Residences IF you want to work in aged care, wouldn’t it be fantastic to get the qualification, the training and a job all in one place? At Village Glen, you can. Village Glen Aged Care Residences offers a unique training program in partnership with the Chisholm Institute. Built in 2014, Village Glen has state-of-the-art training facilities. In 2015 they partnered with Chisholm, and three times a year, trainees qualify for a Certificate 3 in Individual Support at Village Glen. The latest trainees, ‘Group 7’, completed their course in April and will be permanently employed at Village Glen. At a graduation ceremony in May, the trainees were awarded their certificates by Chisholm Institute and officially became qualified PCAs. One graduate, Paige Peirce was nominated by Chisholm for “Trainee of the Year”, and it is with much excitement that we announce she has been invited to the Awards Night as a finalist. When asked about her achievement Paige said, “if it hadn’t been for this course, I would have been lost, being able to study and work in one place was a huge lifesaver for me”. The PCA traineeship is a 7-month program where students attend classes with a Chisholm teacher in Village Glen’s training room. Theory days are supported by hands on work days, whereby the trainees are designated an instructor who is one of the experienced PCAs working at Village Glen, some of whom have come through the trainee program

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Motor smash in Frankston - serious injuries Compiled by Cameron McCullough THE return journey from Dromana on Saturday last was fraught with disaster for members of the Frankston football team. Then about half a mile on the Dromana side of Balcombe’s Creek, the first car, driven by Mr. J. McEntee, of Seaford, was overtaken by Mr. M. Goulding’s’ car. At this spot the road takes a distinct turn, but Goulding evidently overlooked this fact, with the result that in trying to pass McEntee the cars collided. McEntee kept wonderful control of his car, and successfully brought it to a standstill in the drain, but with a suddenness that precipitated the occupants out of the vehicle. These included Cr. W. J. Oates and Messrs. Cain, Martin, McCulloch, and Mrs. Burton and Master Burton. Fortunately, none of the foregoing sustained serious injury, and Mr. McEntee was afterwards able to get his car going and resume the homeward journey. Goulding’s car fared much worse. It travelled about four lengths and then capsized, the occupants being all under the car. The following cars, driven by Messrs. G. W. Wells and Forster were shortly at the scene of disaster, and all present rendered what assistance was possible. The injured men were: Mr. W. Egan (injuries to head and face), Mr. Williams (broken ankle), Mr. Paternoster (injuries to ear), Mr. Cain (shock and abrasions), Mr Kirkpatrick (Dromana), serious injuries. Mr. Goulding (badly shaken).

The more seriously injured were ferried to Mornington, and received the services of Dr. Somers. Mr Kirkpatrick was taken to his home at Mentone, and was admitted to the Alfred Hospital. Mr Paternoster and Williams are under the care of Dr. Atkinson, of Frankston. From latest reports all are progressing as well as can be expected. *** REV. E. Tonkin will conduct both services in the local Methodist Church on Sunday next. Communion in the morning. Solo in the evening. *** A SOCIAL in connection with the Methodist C.E. Society will be held in the School Hall on Saturday evening (to-night,) when a good program of vocal and elocutionary items will be presented, also games, competitions and refreshments. This is open to all for the modest charge of sixpence. *** THE announcement appears in our advertising columns that Messrs T. R. B. Morton and Son will, on Thursday, 26th June, offer for sale at “Peach Grove” Hastings Road, Somerville, the farm, orchard plant, horses and sundries of Mr A. G. Thornell. The sale starts at 12.30 o’clock and should attract general attention. A large quantity of household furniture will also be offered. *** A DANCE in connection with the local branch, of the Returned Soldiers Association will be held in the Frankston

Mechanics’ Hall to-night. The drawing of raffles in connection with the recent Anzac appeal will take place during the evening and will give added interest to the function. Progress reports in connection with the “ugly man” competition will be made and the final announcement at 10.30pm. *** THE “Wattle” club held their usual euchre party and dance on Thursday evening last. There was a fair attendance considering the “elements”. Mrs Murphy and Misses Tasker, Thompson and Gregory with ten games each, played off and resulted in a win for Mrs Murphy. Messrs Paxman, Dalman, A. Wood, H. McSweeney with nine games each played off, and Mr McSweeney was declared the winner. *** AT about 5.30 on Thursday evening last, near Chelsea, a motor car driven by Mr P. Wheeler of Frankston, the other occupants being Mrs Wheeler and child and Miss Gallus were run into by a motorcycle and side car containing a man and a woman. The cycle and side car struck the radiator and was completely smashed as was also the radiator. None of the occupants were injured. *** Balnarring V. Somerville The above teams met on the ground of the former last Saturday when Balnarring won easily. Once again Somerville had difficulty in getting a team together, eight or nine of the best players being absent owing

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to various causes. The yellow and blues have been unfortunate this year, for not once during the season have they been able to put their strongest side on the field. It is hoped that future games will see an improvement in this respect. The game on Saturday was very congested as players in both teams wandered from their places – nearly all being on the ball. The strong wind blowing across the ground was, no doubt, chiefly responsible for this uninteresting football. Balnarring resorted considerably to handball which got them out of many difficulties in the crowded situation. Somerville’s forwards should scout out more instead of hunching together, thus hindering one another. Balnarring’s best players were Van Suylan, Tipping, Hurley and Stone Bros. Buckly had a spell from ruck work, being in the goals all day. For Somerville P. Thornell, N. Unthank, J. Shelton, W. Griffith, and Webb shone out prominently. The final scores were – Balnarring 8 goals 16 behinds; Somerville 1 goal 2 behinds. The game was admirably umpired by E. J. Watt who pleased all hands. *** Heard in the Train That “Jerry” Coxall’s gift of meat to make beef tea for the footballers is much appreciated by both committee and players. That the cold wind blowing across Dromana playing ground on Saturday made the bearers of the beef tea doubly welcome.

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That Cr Oates manipulated the big “demi” with a master hand. His frequent invitations to “Have another” being most acceptable. That at the next entertainment given in the Somerville Mechanics Institute, the public are requested to bring their own lamps if they wish to see their way into same. *** MR Purdy has received word that his son Pte A. R. Purdy, is returning next week by the “Soudan”. *** THE Perpetual Trustees’ Association is applying for probate of the will of Henry Scarborough, late of Cranbourne Road, Frankston, farmer, deceased, who died on 25th March last, leaving an estate of the gross value of £4028, being realty £1900 and personally £2128. Deceased was a widower, and his estate is bequeathed to his children in certain proportions. *** MRS FLANAGAN and Family desire to tender their sincere thanks for the sympathy and many kindnesses extended to them in their recent sad bereavement; also for the numerous floral tributes. They desire to specially thank the Nursing Staff of the Chelsea Hospital; also Doctors Atkinson and Grindrod and Father Lee and Father Norris. *** LOST – One leather driving glove on Cranbourne Road. – Reward – “Standard” Office, Frankston. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 21 June 1919

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By Brodie Cowburn PINES have put Sorrento through another day of misery at Frankston Park, taking all four points in a rematch of last year’s grand final. Both teams played off in one of the most thrilling grand finals in history last year, with Pines eventually claiming the win with a point after the siren. This is the first time the two sides have met since that day. Early on it looked as if things would end up close again, with the lead changing hands at each break of play. Neither side led by more than a kick at any break. Pines led by two points at threequarter-time, and blew the Sharks out of the water in the final term. A seven goals to one last term saw Pines secure the win 16.10 (106) to 9.13 (67). Aaron Edwards had a huge impact for Pines, kicking four goals. The match was a curtain raiser for the Frankston Dolphins’ VFL clash with North Melbourne. The Dolphins performed valiantly and snapped a 20 match losing streak to defeat the Kangaroos 16.14 (110) to 8.12 (60). At Emil Madsen Reserve, Edithvale-Aspendale scored an important win on the road against Mt Eliza. The Eagles have struggled badly this year, and have hovered dangerously above the bottom of the ladder all season. They signalled their intentions with a strong four goals to one first term, but the Redlegs had worked their way back into the contest by half time. Edi-Asp’s chances of picking up the win were helped by their excellent

form in front of goal. At half time they had put seven goals on the board without registering a minor score. The Redlegs could only manage one goal in a low scoring third quarter, as Edi-Asp took their lead out to nine points. They were able to hold Mt Eliza off and get the win 8.15 (63) to 13.4 (82). The victory is Edi-Asp’s second for the year. It puts them a game ahead of Mornington, who find themselves in danger of relegation. Nicholas Connellan was named as Edi-Asp’s best on the day. At Greg Beck Oval, the Frankston Bombers grinded out a good win at home over Rosebud. Rosebud were well on top in the first half, holding the Bombers to just one behind and going into half time with a very comfortable 37 point lead. The Bombers had to dig deep to fight their way back, and dig deep they did. A six goals to zero blitz helped the Bombers sneak their way back into the lead going into the final quarter. They were able to hold on to snatch a character building six point win. The final score read 11.4 (70) to 9.9 (63). The Bombers put on a defensive masterclass in the second half, limiting the Buds to just two scoring shots. The win puts them within striking distance of the top six. Bonbeach also had a good afternoon at home, securing a win over Frankston YCW. The Sharks got the jump on the Stonecats early, and looked in control at half time. They lead by 19 points at the main break. The Stonecats weren’t able to do much to chip the lead back in the second half.

Flying to victory: Pines claimed a 39 point victory in the grand final rematch against Sorrento. Picture: Andrew Hurst

They blew the chance of victory with a poor performance in front of goal. They kicked 6.13 for the afternoon. Bonbeach have Trent Dennis-Lane to thank for the win, as the former AFL player booted five majors. The final score was Bonbeach 10.6 (66) to

YCW 6.13 (49). Dromana kept up their excellent form this year, defeating bottom of the ladder Mornington with ease. The Tigers have proved they can hang with their Division One opponents this season, and currently sit in

second place with just two defeats to their name. Determined not to add another against the Bulldogs, Dromana applied scoreboard pressure all day and eventually secured the four points with an 11.9 (75) to 17.14 (116) win.

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In safe hands: Chelsea managed to tough out a win against Seaford, eventually finishing with a 14 point margin. Picture: Andrew Hurst

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By Brodie Cowburn CHELSEA have put themselves in the box seat for a finals spot this season, after they scored an important win over Seaford away from home. Both sides have enjoyed similar fortunes for the year and came into the contest with six wins to their name. With just four points separating third place from seventh place, every win is becoming crucial for sides battling for a finals spot. Chelsea ensured they would get the win with a stunning first term. They booted eight goals to Seaford’s one, putting the contest almost beyond doubt right from the get go. At half time the gap widened, and the Seagulls led the Tigers by 59. Up by close to 10 goals, the Seagulls let their foot off the gas in the second half. Seaford scored 10 second half goals while Chelsea managed just three. Seaford managed to chip the margin down to just 17 points, but ran out of time. Despite the late surge, Chelsea held on to claim the win 12.9 (81) to 15.5 (95). Andrew Silva was important in front of goal and scored five majors. Luke Shannon was also named among Chelsea’s best for the third week running. At the top end of the table, Red Hill kept up their good form with a 45 point win over Somerville.

The Hillmen have been the best defensive team in the competition this season by some distance, and showed that again on Saturday. They restricted the Eagles to just three first half goals. Red Hill enjoyed an even spread of goalkickers again, with nine players hitting the scoreboard. The final score read 9.7 (61) to 16.10 (106). Matthew Hyden scored four goals for the afternoon, while Zach Vines again proved a handy contributor with three. Red Hill’s toughest opponents for the premiership this year will be Karigal, who have still not registered a loss in 2019. Up against Rye at Ballam Park Reserve, they were determined to keep it that way. Both sides traded blows in a scrappy first term, but it was the Demons who went into the half time break with the advantage. They led by nine points going into the second half, leaving the Bulls with a difficult task ahead of them to keep their winning streak intact. Karingal came out in the third term and charged over the top of the Demons, putting their hopes of a shock win to bed. Rye worked hard but couldn’t pull off the upset. They lost to Karingal 11.7 (73) to 6.9 (45). Michael Burke booted four goals for the Bulls in the absence of Marc Holt. At the other end of the ladder, Tyabb fought off Crib Point at Crib Point Recreation Reserve.

Coming off their first victory for the year, Crib Point were looking to upset Tyabb. The Yabbies themselves had only managed victory twice this season, so it loomed as a dangerous game for them. The Yabbies got off on the right foot, and looked comfortable at half time. They led by 35 at the main break. Crib Point gave Tyabb an almighty scare in the third term, chipping the lead back to 11 and making it anyone’s game going into the last quarter. Tyabb managed to hold on, and scored victory 10.5 (65) to 12.14 (86). Matthew Ravenall scored five goals for Tyabb. He now has 21 for the year and 14 in the last three games. Despite losing star recruit Brendan Fevola to injury, Hastings had absolutely no trouble finding the scoreboard in a good win over Pearcedale. They shared the responsibility with 10 individual goalkickers on the day. They took out all four points with an 11.7 (73) to 16.23 (119) win. Langwarrin had no trouble at all at Lloyd Park on Saturday, smashing Devon Meadows by 103 points. The Panthers put just three goals on the board and had a miserable afternoon. The final siren sounded to put them out of their misery with the scoreboard reading 19.14 (128) to 3.7 (25). Josh Biggs scored four goals and was named best afield for the victorious Kangaroos.


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By Craig MacKenzie FRANKSTON Pines recorded its biggest win of the season when it gave Middle Park a 6-1 hiding at Monterey Reserve on Friday night. Pines had just three players over the age of 21 in the starting line-up but got off to a flyer in this State 3 South contest. Not even a minute had been played when Travis Ernsdoerfer surged clear and hammered a low shot past Middle Park keeper Fadi Qunqar. In the fourth minute teenager Meron Negassi was brought down inside the box and Ernsdoerfer converted from the spot after initially striking a post. Eight minutes into the second half CJ Hodgson sent Alex Bevacqua clear but Qunqar brought him down and Hodgson made it 3-0 from the resultant penalty. In the 58th minute Bevacqua returned the favour sending Hodgson clear and his sweetly struck volley gave Qunqar no chance. Two minutes later Pines failed to clear properly and Steven McNamara slid down to make it 4-1 with a shot from close range. In the 83rd minute substitute Bailey Atkinson was at the back post to bring down an errant defensive header and hammer the ball home. That made it 5-1 and when another substitute, Harry Chapman, was brought down inside the area by Qunqar four minutes into injury time a third penalty was awarded and the keeper red carded. Chapman had been taking stick from the Middle Park reserves and a couple of their mates so when he made it 5-1 from the spot he took off towards his detractors eventually doing an airplane slide in front of them. He copped a spray of beer for his troubles and soon tensions escalated and an angry melee developed which included Qunqar who had been watching from the players’ race before joining in the argy-bargy involving players and supporters. Despite the controversial ending Pines gaffer Kevin “Squizzy” Taylor was in an ebullient mood. “I came here determined to develop the league’s youngest team by playing an up tempo, interpassing game with real purpose and that’s what we saw tonight,” Taylor said. “You rarely see football like that on the peninsula.” In NPL2 news Langwarrin drew 1-1 with Melbourne City at the Veneto Club on Saturday night. City scored in the 26th minute when Stefan Colakovski played in Moudi Najjar on the left of the area and his low right-foot volley nestled in the far corner of goal. Langwarrin levelled in the 53rd minute when a mistimed Lucas Portelli shot bounced up off the synthetic surface and was headed home by striker Max Etheridge. Few chances were fashioned in the remaining minutes but City substitute Connor Metcalfe should have hit the target in the 88th minute when well positioned on the edge of the area. Scottish striker John Baird, 33, arrives at Lang-

Double trouble: Frankston Pines’ striker Travis Ernsdoerfer scored twice in the opening four minutes as the local side swamped Middle Park 6-1 last Friday night. Picture: John Punshon

warrin this week for a 10-match stint after being recommended by Socceroo Scott McDonald. Last season Baird was a playing assistant manager at Forfar Athletic and has also played for a host of Scottish clubs including Clyde, St Mirren, Dundee, Partick Thistle, Falkirk, Inverness Caley and Morton. In NPLW news Southern United lost 7-0 to Senior NTC at Knox Regional Football Centre on Sunday. Southern’s under-16s won 1-0 thanks to a Nooria Mohammad goal while the under-19s lost 2-0. In State 1 news goals from Josh Hine (2) and Josh Valadon gave Mornington a 3-1 victory against Eltham Redbacks at Eltham North Reserve on Saturday. Mornington held a mid-season review the following day and expects its results to improve for the remainder of the season. “We played three really poor games in the first half of the season – against Doveton, Warragul and St Kilda – but other than that we have been pretty good,” head coach Adam Jamieson said. “Through the second half of the season we should see a sharp rise up the table but it might be too late to push for the top two.” In State 2 news Peninsula Strikers went down 5-2 away to South Springvale last weekend. The home team’s win was spearheaded by a Miki Gamo hat-trick while both Strikers’ goals came from second-half substitute Matt Harrington. In State 3 news Skye United’s surge up the ladder faltered when it drew 3-3 away to Monash Uni last weekend. Mitch Blake (2) and Daniel Attard scored for Skye who had veteran midfielder Mark O’Connor sent off in the 70th minute for dissent. In State 4 news Seaford United thumped visi-

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six-yard box. While lamenting not claiming all three points Baxter boss George Hughes was upbeat at game’s end. “That was easily the best we have played this season,” he said. In State 5 news the race for the title is on in earnest after league leader Old Mentonians drew with Tullamarine while Somerville Eagles won 3-0 away to Casey Panthers last weekend. The result leaves Somerville just three points behind Old Mentonians and eight points clear of third-placed White Star Dandenong. A predatory brace from Eagles player-coach Dave Greening and one from Mark Pagliarulo sealed the win against an improving Casey Panthers. Panthers’ senior coach Raj Umit was involved in an altercation with the referee in the first half and was sent off and the Panthers’ misery was compounded when a reckless challenge on Eagles keeper Nathan Brown in the 80th minute saw Kahan Umit also red carded. Stephen Curd was man-of-the-match for the Eagles with an outstanding display against Panthers danger man Makiadi Joao. Aspendale Stingrays had to settle for a point in an eight-goal thriller away to Knox United on Saturday. Former Berwick City and Dandenong City striker Anthony Segavac signed with Aspendale last week and took just five minutes to get off the mark when he scored from a Ben Garside cross. Knox striker Robert Taylor scored twice to give the home side a half-time lead and completed his hat-trick two minutes into the second period. A Thomas Brunning goal in the 61st minute made it 4-1 but Kenan Nuhanovic scored twice in nine minutes to make it 4-3 and substitute Luiz Dobre made it 4-4 with just three minutes of normal time remaining. A Ben Gamble strike in the 55th minute gave Rosebud a 1-0 away win over Pakenham United last weekend. Rosebud is now sixth in State 5 South. This weekend’s games: FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Frankston Pines v Monash Uni (Monterey Reserve). SATURDAY, 3pm: Southern Utd v Box Hill Utd (Monterey Reserve; under-12s 9am, under14s 10.10am, under-16s 11.30am, under-19s 1pm), Malvern City v Mornington (Kooyong Park), Old Scotch v Peninsula Strikers (H.A. Smith Reserve), Whitehorse Utd v Skye Utd (Terrara Park), Seaford Utd v Dandenong South (North Seaford Reserve), Chelsea v Baxter (Edithvale Common), Somerville Eagles v Endeavour Hills Fire (Tyabb Central Reserve), Rosebud v Bunyip District (Olympic Park), Aspendale Stingrays v Old Mentonians (Jack Grut Reserve). SATURDAY, 3.15pm: Northcote City v Langwarrin (John Cain Reserve).

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MORNINGTON MITSUBISHI DEMO

SHOWROOM DEMO'S S/N 11139 11184 11004 11085 11098 11059 10943 11083 11164 11236 11266 11235 11247 11113 11115 11013 11261 11242 11241 11239

45 CARS MUST GO

UNDRIVEN VEHICLES

VEHICLE COLOUR 18MY Lancer BLACK EDITION 2.0 Litre Auto Titanium 18MY Lancer BLACK EDITION 2.0 Litre Auto Starlight 18MY MQ Triton GLS Blackline 6-Sp Manual 4X4 Pitch Black 18MY MQ Triton GLS Blackline Automatic 4X4 1 Starlight 18MY MQ Triton GLS BlacklineSO Automatic LD! 4X4 Starlight 18MY MQ Triton GLX+ Automatic 4X4 2 Pitch Black 18MY MQ Triton GLX+ Automatic 4X4 2 Sterling Silver 2 18MY MQ Triton GLX+ Automatic 4X4 Sterling Silver 19MY MR Triton GLS PREMIUM Automatic 4x4 Impulse Blue 19MY MR Triton GLS PREMIUM Automatic 4x4 Sterling Silver 19MY MR Triton GLS PREMIUM Automatic 4x4 Graphite Grey 19MY NX PAJERO GLS 3.2L Turbo Diesel Auto 3 Sterling Silver 19MY NX PAJERO GLS 3.2L Turbo Diesel Auto Graphite 19MY QE Pajero Sport GLS 4x4 Automatic Dark Blue 19MY QE Pajero Sport EXCEED 2.4L 4x4 Auto Dark Blue 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 4 Black 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 4 Sterling Silver 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 4 Titanium 4 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic Titanium 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 4 Black

NOW $18,990 D/A $18,991 D/A $39,890 D/A $47,880 D/A $42,980 D/A $39,910 D/A $39,910 D/A $39,910 D/A $49,990 D/A $49,990 D/A $49,990 D/A $54,740 D/A $51,990 D/A $49,990 D/A $54,990 D/A $24,610 D/A $24,610 D/A $24,610 D/A $24,610 D/A $24,610 D/A

SAVE $5,010 $5,009 $7,330 $6,040 $6,010 $6,904 $6,904 $6,904 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 $7,370 $7,370 $3,510 $2,000 $2,380 $2,380 $2,380 $2,380 $2,380

NOW $29,990 D/A $23,990 D/A $51,990 D/A $23,990 D/A

SAVE $4,000 $3,000 $4,235 $3,000

S/N 11257 11256 11171 11222 11224 11166 11213 11264 11244 11245 11175 10878 11107 11124 11136 11137 11094 10999 11003 1

VEHICLE 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 4 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L Automatic 19MY XC ASX BLACK EDITION 2.0L Automatic 19MY XC ASX BLACK EDITION 2.0L Automatic 19MY XC ASX BLACK EDITION 2.0L Automatic 19MY XC ASX LS 2.0L PET Automatic 4 19MY XC ASX LS 2.0L PET Automatic 4 19MY XC ASX LS 2.0L PET Automatic 4 19MY XC ASX LS 2.0L PET Automatic 4 19MY XC ASX LS 2.0L PET CVT 2WD 4 19MY XC ASX Exceed2.0L PET CVT 2WD 4 18MY YA Eclipse Cross LS 2WD 1.5L T/C CVT 18MY YA Eclipse Cross ES 2WD 1.5L T/C CVT ! 19MY ZL Outlander Black EditionSO 2WDLD AUTO 19MY ZL Outlander Black Edition 2WD AUTO 19MY ZL Outlander Black Edition 2WD AUTO 19MY ZL Outlander Black Edition 2WD AUTO 19MY ZL Outlander LS 2.4L PET CVT 2WD 7S 19MY ZL Outlander LS 2.4L PET CVT 2WD 7S

COLOUR Lightning Blue Titanium Titanium Starlight Black Starlight White Lightning Blue White White White Sterling Silver Starlight Starlight Starlight Starlight Red Black Black

NOW $24,610 D/A $24,610 D/A $26,480 D/A $26,480 D/A $26,480 D/A $26,990 D/A $26,990 D/A $26,990 D/A $26,990 D/A $26,990 D/A $30,400 D/A $32,990 D/A $31,550 D/A $32,740 D/A $32,740 D/A $32,740 D/A $32,740 D/A $32,990 D/A $32,990 D/A

SAVE $2,380 $2,380 $510 $510 $510 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $3,590 $2,235 $1,664 $1,250 $1,250 $1,250 $1,250 $3,500 $3,500

Includes EGR canopy & offroad wheels and tyres. 2 Includes EGR canopy, tow bar, tubliner. 3 Includes Genuine Bullbar. 4 7 Year Warranty, 2 years/30k Free servicing.

REGISTERED DEMO'S S/N 10891 11038 11104 11135

VEHICLE 19MY XC ASX XLS 2.0L PET CVT 2WD 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L PET CVT 2WD 19MY MR Triton GLS Prem 2.4L DSL 6/AT LAUNCH PACK 5 19MY XC ASX ES 2.0L PET CVT 2WD

COLOUR Sterling Silver Sterling Silver White Diamond White

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COLOUR Starlight Sterling Silver Titanium

KMS 4,552 110 243

NOW $36,490 D/A $45,990 D/A $46,990 D/A

SAVE $2,620 $6,000 $5,000

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