Northern News : February 16th 2011
22 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 SPORT Canvas & Shades Excavator Hire Garden Services Hair Salon Therapeutic Massage Naturopath Motor Services Electrician Northern News & Reps 3500914AA 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: email@example.com Need an Electrician? Then call Sparky Stu Stewart Bertram on 021 222 0416 After hours 09 407 3332 Sparky Stu (registered) DUMPER & EXCAVATOR HIRE • Mini Excavators • Dumpers • Rollers and Augers • Telehandlers • Wheel Diggers • Plate Compactors OPEN: Monday -- Friday 7am -- 5pm, Saturday 8am -- Midday SELF DRIVE HIRE 0800 HIRE 09 401 7570 State Highway 10, WAIPAPA 0800 452 967 or text 'lawns' to 381 Green Acres is more than just mowing lawns. We can provide a complete range of professional garden maintenance services. Call now for an obligation-free quote TRACEY HERSELMAN Originally from Auckland with experience in the UK now at Hermanas Hair Salon Tracey specialises in colours and creative cuts and styles so call now for an appointment!! Book Now Ph: 09 407 8561 (Opp the Warehouse in Waipapa) 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 Ancient Thai Massage firstname.lastname@example.org Suchira Chaiwat 021 149 5840 84C Kerikeri Road Kerikeri Superb plays not enough What a ripper: Lisa Smitheram looks for an off-load in her Waitangi Bowl finals debut. Photo: JAN RAVLICH A youthful ki-o-rahi team from Kerikeri pro- duced some superb plays during the Waitangi Bowl national mixed ripper' tournament. But the most exciting was the side's nail-biting 19-18 semifinal win over Whangarei. This set-up is a repeat of last year's final in which their rivals Kotahi Tatou, the strong Te Rarawa team, again dominated winning 20-6. Highlights for Kerikeri in the final were Sam Watson and Josh Rewha showing their scintil- lating pace to score four pointers, but they were unfortunately called back for technical in- fringements. However, the points that mattered most were scored close-in by Te Rarawa players Hohua Stedman and Josh Robson, who displayed a marked edge. Kerikeri newcomer Starling O'Callaghan also impressed with her all-round ability and enthusiasm which won her the vote from the eight captains as the MVP of the tournament. Kerikeri will contest the Tai Tokerau iwi championships in Kai- taia on March 26. Plucky fisherman: Six-year-old Leo Scott with a 2.6kg snapper. Leo's big catch Young anglers had the chance to compete for trophies and prizes at the Sport Fishing Club Juniors Contest held in Whangaroa. The threat of torren- tial rain did not dampen the spirits as the days fishing pro- duced a snapper of 2.6kg caught on a 6kg line by six-year-old Leo Scott. The club wants to thank sponsors Kil- well Sports, CT Auto- motive, the Kahlua II team, TICA, Fishing News, Taratara Smo- kers, Sands Marine and Hooker Lures. Rum racers back on the water in light airs After the previous Craigs Investment Rum race was scrubbed due to inclement weather, race eight reverted to type with light airs and fine conditions. Twenty yachts turned out at the start with a five to eight knot SE breeze and a beat out to The Brothers. Jagged Edge pulled away from Aalitta to establish a lead she was not going to give up eas- ily. Bedouin took over third place with quite a gap back to the rest of the fleet. With two beats back in the river and Jagged Edge consolidated her lead to cross the line one and a half minutes ahead of Bedouin with That Girl only seconds ahead of four other boats. Flying Fifteen Kermit won on handicap from Zuma and Jagged Edge. In A division Physical Favours, in preparation for the two handed round the North Island race, showed her speed to lead crossing the line four minutes ahead of Wasted Away with The Four Winds three minutes further back. On handicap Wasted Away was first from Sunday Sun and Valen- tine. Long Gone took line and handicap in the A class catamarans, fol- lowed by Shoot the Gap and News 4 U.
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