Northern News : November 10th 2010
22 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 SPORT 3260371AA Canvas & Shades Motors Services Naturopath Copy Shop Garden Ser vices Northern News & Reps Loop Road, Waipapa Ph: 09 401 7370 Specialists in all canvas and PVC fabrication Shade Sails, Interior Roller Sunscreens, Deck Curtains, Marine Canvas, PVC Goods www.canvasandshades.co.nz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2897795AA • Photocopying • Binding • Laminating • Bereavement Stationery • Wedding Stationery Northern News Copy Shop 60 Broadway, Kaikohe P: 09 405 2040 F: 09 401 2129 E: email@example.com 0800 452 967 or text 'cleaning' to 381 Need a hand with your cleaning? Domestic or Commercial and Window Cleaning Call now for an obligation-free quote BAY REWINDS & SERVICING Ph/Fax: 09 407 5449 Mob:0274 883 146 15 Sammaree Place, Kerikeri • All Power Tool Repairs • Water Pumps & Electric Motor Sales & Servicing • Bearings, Generators & Motor Rewinding • Service Agents For: Makita, Hitachi, Ryobi, Metabo, Alto & Karcher Waterblasters Naturopathic Nutritionist Diana Burgess Advanced Hemaview Practitioner HEMAVIEWTM - Live Blood Screening Tailored Health Programs for: • Allergies • Digestion • Energy • Fat Loss • Hormonal Balancing • Pain Management ProActive Health, Kerikeri 578 Kerikeri Rd. Ph 09 407 5572 This free service is for women aged 45 to 69 Our mobile screening unit with fully digital 'state of the art' breast cancer screening equipment is coming to Kerikeri from November 15th to December 7th. Make sure you don't miss out. Regular screening is important. It could save your life. Make your appointment today. Ph 0800 270 200 to enrol now. FREE BREASTSCREENING is coming to you Talent on show at tourney Caption: Kamo pride: Kamo High School winners display their medals and trophy. There were great dis- plays of talent at the Northland Secondary Schools Year 9 and 10 Touch Tournament last week. Teams from Kai- taia to Tauraroa and across to Dargaville took part. In the girls' compe- tition, Northland College overcame an earlier loss to Okaihau College to take the final 3-2. In the boy's semifinals, defending champions Kamo High A were too good for first timers Excellere College Kamo High B who won their semifinal, upsetting last year's finalists Whang- arei Boys High 4-2, but couldn't match Kamo High A in the final, going down 4-0. In the mixed semi- finals, Northland College won a close game against Kaitaia A 2-1, while Kai- taia B dispatched a young Moerewa team 7-2 in the other semi. The final ended up a 3-3 draw. Kaitaia B had the energy to score the one that counted in the drop- off and take the trophy. Champs: A hot competition in Cambridge provided a challenge for Kerikeri High School's show jumping team, from left: Tegan Newman, Zoe Taylor, Cassandra Carter (captain) and Amy Kerr, who beat 40 teams in the North Island secondary schools show jumping championships. Jumping success Read the News online at www.northernnews.co.nz Tennis gets boost Caption: Kerikeri coach, Carl Terrizzi, with his proteges from Paihia School. Grasshoppers Tennis Programme will be springing into action in six schools in the Kerikeri/Paihia area after funding grants from Sport Northland and the Pelorus Trust. Tennis Northern regional development manager Nikki Howlett is delighted with the funding and grateful to The Pelorus Trust for the support The schools are Paihia School, Te Kura o Waikare, Karetu School, Kaeo School, Oruaiti School and Kerikeri Pri- mary School. Tennis Northern is working with other Far North schools to get Grasshoppers up and running.
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