Northern News : February 9th 2011
24 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 9, 2011 SPORT All courses are subject to student numbers and confirmation. Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. 0800 355 553 I www.twoa.ac.nz L.TOK014 Whangarei: 129 Cameron Street – (09) 430 0982, Kaitaia: 237a Commerce Street – (09) 408 3054 Kaikohe: 78 Broadway – (09) 401 1278 CERTIFICATE IN TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 2 Duration: 36 weeks I March 2011 I No fees I Location: Whangarei, Kaitaia, Kaikohe, Kawakawa, Helensville, Orewa Take your use of the Māori language beyond “Kia Ora!” Learn to speak basic conversational reo Māori confidently and learn about Māori customs and protocols in traditional and modern contexts. CERTIFICATE IN TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 4 Duration: 36 weeks I March 2011 I No fees I Location: Whangarei, Kaitaia, Kaikohe, Kerikeri, Russell, Helensville, Orewa Develop your Māori language skills in conversational reo at an intermediate level as well as your knowledge of tikanga Māori in traditional and modern contexts. DIPLOMA IN TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 5 Duration: 36 weeks I March 2011 I No fees I Location: Whangarei, Kaikohe, Russell Develop your Māori language skills in conversational reo at an intermediate level as well as your knowledge of tikanga Māori in traditional and modern contexts. Te Ara Reo Māori is designed for adult learners and uses a unique learning style called ‘ako whakatere’ (accelerated learning). Classes and tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun. CERTIFICATE IN TIKANGA MARAE LEVEL 4 Duration: 36 weeks I March 2011 I No fees I Location: Whangarei, Te Kao, Ahipara, Kaikohe, Te Hana This programme provides a safe, fun, environment where you will learn about what happens on a marae. It will provide foundation knowledge and skills in tikanga marae to those who have either not been on a marae or experienced its culture, or have lost connection with their own marae. CERTIFICATE IN TE ARATAKI MANU KŌRERO LEVEL 4 Duration: 36 weeks I March 2011 I No fees I Location: Kaikohe This programme will enable you to learn about, share and practice Māori traditions and give you a solid foundation towards a range of career options. Key areas include tikanga, kawa, kīngitanga, karakia, whakapapa, whaikōrero, tauparapara, waiata and Karanga. Open Day - Whangarei When: Saturday 12th February Where: 129 Cameron Street Time: 11.00am to 4.00pm Enrolment Session - Kaitaia When: Thursday 10th February Where: 237a Commerce Street LEARN TE REO IN 2011 ENROL NOW FOR 2011 Swimmers excel at champs Champs: Back from left: Oceane Maihi, Jayne Clarke, Ashlee Crane, Carla Marsh, Sarah Gorman, Haydn Jurisich, Cheyenne Field, Christina Beckmann and Libby Robson-Clark. Front: Ruby Hull, Libby Obrien, Khayshia Beckmann, Samantha Turner, Tiara Hayes, Ben Turner and David Clarke. An impressive 25 swimmers made up the Bay of Islands team at the Northland Age Group Swimming Champion- ships held on January 21-23. This is Northland’s premier swim meet and was held for the first time at the new 50 metre pool in Dargaville. Records started to fall from the first race and by the end of the weekend seven Bay swimmers had between them broken previous Northland records 31 times. The total medal count was 33 gold, 22 silver, 21 bronze and a number of personal best times were swum. Bay of Islands Swimming Club fulltime head coach John Clarke was full of praise. ‘‘There is not much more I could have asked of these guys. The effort they put into their training is clear to see. ‘‘In a few weeks time, a number of these swimmers will be competing against the best swimmers in New Zea- land at various National meets – I can’t wait.’’ Lovely night, a nice breeze and slight seas The aftermath of the Bay Of Islands Regatta continued as a small fleet turned out for the Trixie Newton Travel Wednesday race 8 start. Those who did venture out were rewarded with a stun- ning evening, a steady breeze and slight seas. B division got away to a kite start out to the Brothers, led by Paperchase and BeepBeep. Course 15 went through Kent Passage and proceeded to circumnavigate the Black Rocks, where the wind changed direction and freshened to 15 knots. Sud- denly the fleet was hard on the wind, and while Paper- chase continued to lead, Wavelength was eating into her advantage, chased hard by Bedouin and Golden Delicious. Around Motuterakihi Island, the fleet had closed up and the race was on. By the time they reached the Brothers, Wavelength and Golden Delicious were neck and neck followed by Bedouin. They matched tacks up to the line when one sec- ond separated Golden Delicious and Wavelength. The handicap was won by Golden Delicious from Wave- length and Bedouin. A division did the same course and, as expected, Physical Favours pulled away to finish 12 minutes ahead of Vim with Sunday Sun another three minutes back. With only four boats in the A division, they were able to sail their own race without the cut and thrust of the B division. Physical Favours won the handicap prize and the double from Sunday Sun. SCORES AND DRAWS BRIDGE Kerikeri Club Monday, January 31. Opening Singles N/S: 1 A Ellis & D Russell 60.42; 2 L Dickinson & M Kennedy 57.44;3IMarr&SParker 53.87. E/W: 1 J Harsveld & A Purdie 65.77; 2= P & R Shearstone 55.65; 2= A Boyd & M Wright 55.65. Thursday, February 3, Smithy Wallace Trophy Howell: 1= J & R Berrington 61.78; 1= A&LPurdie61.78;3S&TNorton 61.59; 4 A Boyd & S Parker 58.38; 5 A & M Simmonds 57.00. Paihia Club Tuesday, February 1. Crawford individual Cup 1 N/SP: 1 P Moffat&EWilliamson 65.00; 2 P McNicholl & B Oates 49.50; 3 B Jepson & L Smith 48.50. E/W 1 V Christmas & P Hirzel 62.50; 2 E Killen & M Neumann 55.50; 3 Di Sadler & D.Wesson 54.50. Friday 4 February Feb. Prs 2 N/S: 1 A.Bowey & A.Thomson 65.00; 2 V. Christmas & N.Shuker 57.50; 3 B.Jepson & A.M.Sharp 52.92. E/W 1 M Atterwill & M Neumann 60.83; 2 N Cunningham & J Hope 57.08; 3 Di Sadler&LSmith54.17. SWIMMING Special Olympics Swimming Coaches Forum, Sunday, March 13, 9am-4pm. Relevant to all coaches, teachers and volunteers interested in swimming. An opportunity to ask questions and network. Forum will have a theoretical (and rules etiquette) and a practical aspect (coaching tips).Email email@example.com . BOWLS Okaihau Club Penney Memorial Mixed Triples, Thursday, January 27. Twelve teams from Kaikohe, Kerikeri, Waitangi, Opononi and Okaihau enjoyed good bowls on a well-prepared green. The winning team with 4 wins was Mary and Alex Bennett and Rose Timoko from Kaikohe. Runners-up with 3 wins were Patrick and Vera Higginbotham and Margaret Walters from Opononi. Far North Centre The next event will be the men’s and women’s champ fours at the Coopers Beach combined bowling club on February 19 and February 20. Call Bunty (09) 406-2024. Coopers Beach Club Next open tournament on Sunday, February 13, Pak’n ’Save Bronia Stockwell Open Mixed Triples. Entries to Margaret (09) 406-1191; club (09) 406-0330. RUNNING Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers The Klondike run/walk on Saturday is an out and back course in Moerewa starting at Pembroke St. It’s a 5km or 10km run or walk, walkers start at 8am and runners at 8.30am. After the run/ walk prizegiving and lunch will be held at the Klondike pub. Late entries $ 15. Call Gea on 405-7773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . RUGBY Kerikeri Touch Kerikeri Annual Touch Tournament has been rescheduled for February 19. It will still be held at Bay Sports Complex, Kerikeri Heritage bypass. Be there by 9am to comfirm your team’s registration. $200 entry per open mixed team, U -19 $150. Instead of a hangi, there will be a barbecue fundraiser for the Takou Bay Marae. For entry forms and information call Alex Rameka on 021-112-4021. Entries can be emailed or picked up. SWIMMING Bay of Islands Northland Age Group Swimming Championships medal winners: Christina Beckmann(14) 1 gold, 1 bronze – Sinead Boyd(14) 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze – David Clarke(13) 1 bronze – Jayne Clarke(16) 2 silver, 1 bronze – Ashlee Crane(16) 3 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze – Sarah Gorman(16) 2 gold, 2 silver, 2 bronze – Ruby Hull(10) 2 gold, 2 bronze – Haydn Jurisich(15) 5 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze – Bailey Maihi(13) 2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze – Oceane Maihi(15) 5 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze – Carla Marsh(16) 8 gold, 1 silver – Harry Pearson(15) 1 silver, 1 bronze – Nick Price(15) 3 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze – Michael Williams(25) 1 gold. The club relay team came a close 2nd in the final event, finishing just over a second behind winners Whangarei. Northland Age Group Long Distance Championships, held in November last year: 800m – Sarah Gorman(16) gold, Nick Price(15) gold, David Clarke(12) silver, Ashlee Crane(16) silver, Cheyenne Field(13) silver, Oceane Maihi(14) silver. 1500m – Carla Marsh(16) gold, Harry Pearson(14) gold, Samantha Turner(10) silver, Christina Beckman(14) bronze, Scott Clark(11) bronze. GOLF Okaihau Club Another great success was the 9-hole Classic on January 29-30. Young Thomas Smith destroyed the competition and ending Sundays play with two rounds of 33 to have a total 6 under par. Results – Division 1: Winner Thomas Smith from Ian Fulton. Division 2: Winner Jack Kruithof from Alan Spray Division 3: Winner Steve Henderson from George Penney. Division 4: Winner Geoff Malkin from Alan Thorne . Women’s Division: Winner Aileen Kerslake from Ann Hathaway The haggle on Sunday, Feb 6, saw f Roger Walter ran away with 47 stablefords from Ian Whittaker 44 and Alan Spray on 43. Results: R Walter 47, I Whittaker 44, A Spray 43, J Howearth 42, N Turner 41, A Donaldson 38, B Rosevear 38, A Sarich 38, W Gould 38, A Beren 37, G Malkin 37, T Rollinson 37, T Thomson 36. Thomas Smith had a two. February 13 is opening day at 11am.
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