Northern News : February 16th 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 SPORT MOVIES SHOWING Rating THUFEB17 FRIFEB18 SATFEB19 SUNFEB20 MONFEB21 TUEFEB22 WEDFEB23 THE KING'S SPEECH M 5.30PM 8.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 4.00PM 7.00PM 3.30PM 6.30PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 1.30PM 4.15PM 7.15PM BURLESQUE M 5.30PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 2.00PM 4.45PM 5.30PM 8.15PM 5.45PM 7.00PM THE GREEN HORNET M 5.00PM 5.00PM 4.15PM THE LAST PARA DIS E G 8.15PM 7.30PM 7.15PM 8.30PM WILD TARGET M 6.00PM 8.30PM 8.00PM 2.15PM 8.00PM 1.30PM 7.30PM 6.00PM 8.30PM 6.00PM 8.45PM 2.45PM 5.30PM 8.00PM YOGI BEAR G 1.30P M TANGLED PG 1.00PM MET OPERA LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST EXEPT 2.00PM 2.00PM 27 Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri FULLY AIR CONDITIONED • (09) 407-4428 www.cathaycinemas.co.nz Open 7 Days: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner Great Co ee & Wine Bar OPENING FEB 24 THE BLACK SWAN TAMARA DREWE LOVE BIRDS Movie/Meal Deals $32 BOOKINGS essential ph: 09 407 9121 Always ring cinema for day to day session times Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE COMING SOON: Burlesque (M), King's Speech (M) THE GREEN HORNET (M) Thurs 17th 7.30pm. Fri 18th 8pm. Sat 19th 2pm. Sun 20th 2pm. Wed 24th 8pm. YOGI BEAR (G) Thurs 17th 5.30pm. Fri 18th 5.45. Sat 19th 4.15pm. Sun 20th 4.15pm TANGLED (PG) Fri 18th 6pm. Sat 19th 2.15pm. Sun 20th 2.15pm THE DILEMMA (M) Sat 19th 8pm. Sun 20th 8pm. Wed 24th 8.15pm. MEGAMIND (PG) Thurs 17th 5.45pm. Sun 20th 4.15pm. Wed 24th 6pm MORNING GLORY (M) Thurs 17th 7.45pm. Sat 19th 5.45pm. Sun 20th 5.45pm UNSTOPPABLE (M) Fri 18th 8.15pm. Sat 19th 6.15pm. Sun 20th 6.15pm. THE TOURIST (M) Sat 19th 9.15pm. Sun 20th 8.15pm LITTLE FOCKERS MEET THE PARENTS (PG) Sat 19th 4.15pm. Wed 24th 6.15pm CENSOR'S CLASSIFICATIONS UNRESTRICTED FILMS: RESTRICTED FILMS: G PG Approved for General Exhibition Parental Guidance recommended for younger viewers M Suitable for mature audiences 16 years & over RP (AGE) Restricted to persons over the specified age unless accompanied by parent/guardian e.g. RP13, RP16 R (AGE) Restricted to person over specified age e.g. R13, R15, R16, R18 CINEMAS MAY REQUEST PROOF OF AGE ID FOR RESTRICTED FILMS 3493836AA } NORTHLAND EQUINE TRAIL RIDING CLUB ¦ TIMED TRAIL RIDE From Novice to Experienced there is fun to be had by all. For more information and or registration forms call (09) 4019444 or 021-2323028 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday 13th March 2011 Pukepoto Road, Okaihau A marked trail course is ridden to a set time with pairs/groups of horses and riders leaving at set intervals over either a 10km or 20km course. Isaacs tradition shines in North-South battle Great day: North and South senior teams set a speedy pace at the Johnny Isaacs Maori Rugby Tournament The great crowd at the Johnny Isaacs Maori Rugby Tournament was a real tribute to the late Johnny Isaacs with both North Zone and South zone teams stacked with quality players from Northland. The senior game was played in perfect con- ditions and started at a frenetic pace with players from both sides playing typical Maori rugby and throwing the ball around from every- where. South Zone had the edge up front with Wellsford front row Ross Wright, Atere Davis and Paddy Joe Atkins, an- choring the scrum and loose forwards Rukuwai Waata, Ethan Crutcher and Regan Edwards, toil- ing hard in the loose. Logan Wendt at half- back was sharp. Toby Phillips at first five dictated play well and Saxon Samuels was dangerous on the wing. North Zone struggled a bit in the set pieces but Justin Davies and Eric Wihongi worked really hard to compete up front and Whiria Meltzer and Karaitiana Vette Welsh were constant threats in the backs. Nick Jurlina at half- back played really well for North Zone, particu- larly after having a year off rugby last year. The South team won the match by 29 points to 7 after leading by 17-7 at halftime. The North team put up a great fight just wilting in the end due to the pace of the game and lack of possession. Scores and draws P23 for more results. SCORES AND DRAWS 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, under-19 $150. Instead of a hangi, there will be a barbecue fundraiser for the Takou Bay Marae, and there will be raffles and prizes. For entry forms and for more information call Alex Rameka on 021-112-4021. Entries can be emailed or can be picked up. Johnny Isaacs Maori Rugby Tournament February 12 results: U14s: North Zone 41 (Levi Clark 4 tries; Kopa Tipene, Manu Kaha 1 try; Chas Watene 4 conversions, 1 penalty), South Zone 15 (Shahylma Poharama, Taui Arona, Sean Collier 1 try). Players of the day for North Zone: Tamati Tua halfback and Levi Clark No 8. Player of the day for South Zone: Hane Rudolph hooker. U16s: North Zone 12 (Tiano Arona 1 tr, 1 conversion, Shelford Murray 1 try), South Zone 23 (Seth Going, Brad James 1 try, 3 penalties, 2 conversions. Players of the day for North Zone: Tiano Arona and Shelford Murray. Players of the day for South Zone: Seth Going and Brad James. U18s: North Zone 12 (Micky Murray, Damien Halliday 1 try; Josh Robson conversion), South Zone 32 (Dillon Wihongi 2 tries; Matt Davies, Jordan Clark, John Graham, Turanga Shelford 1 try; John Gravatt 1 conversion. Players of the day for North Zone: Josh Robson and Micky Murray. Players of the day for South Zone: Turanga Shelford and Kurt Benney. RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers meet this Saturday at Dot and Allan's place, 69 Mataraua Rd, at 8am. The next event is the Tour de Rawene on March 19, walk or run one to four round town with lunch and priz giving afterwards at the Masonic Hotel. For more information call Gea on 405-7773 or Bert on 404-0147. BRIDGE Kerikeri Club Monday, Feb 7, Opening Singles Howell: 1 E Briggs & R Shearstone 71.25;2IMARR&Di Sadler 61.67;3JBeer&L Hatrick 54.37;4KSmitheram & M Wright 51.67. Thursday 10th, Smithy Wallace Trophy Howell: 1 A Ellis&IMarr65.17; 2 J Cottle & P deRidder 62.39; 3 W Douglas & R Pool 62.27;4L&J O'Gorman 60.65; Final Smithy Wallace Trophy1A&LPurdie1 86.00;2J&RBerrington 174.11; 3 W Douglas & R Pool 164.85. Paihia Club Tuesday, February 8, February Prs 1 N/S: 1 A Bowey&TMorris 56.50; 2 Eija & John 55.50; 3 B Jepson & A Thomson 52.50. E/W: 1 M Schmutzler&AM Sharp 60.00;2PMoffat & V Christmas 57.00;3DMerchant & D Sadler 51.50. Friday, February 11, Feb Prs 3 (Howell): 1 Eila & John 60.83; 2 A Bowey & A Thomson 57.30;3PMcNicholl & E Williamson 52.50. BOWLS Kerikeri Bowling Club We wish to congratulate Linda Pedro and Jeune Savage for winning the Far North Centre Pairs. Great bowls were played by all and it was a very tight finish at the end keeping spectators on the edge of their seats. Club Champ Pairs were played during the weekend of February 5-6. Winners -- Men's: David Hood and Chris Price. Women's: Christine Hodren and Ellaine Albury. Well done, as the heat out on the green was pretty fierce. Kerikeri 2x4x2 played in wet conditions. Winners: Noel and Betty Hodge from Kerikeri. Thank to all those who attended and a big thank you to our sponsors Mitre 10. Kerikeri Bowling Club Singles played February 12-13 won by David Hood, men's; and Ellaine Albury, ladies. Coming events include Pathways Tournament 10 -- March 15. Top bowlers playing at Kerikeri, come along and support our local teams. Teams from Auckland, North Harbour, Northland and Far North. Twilight Bowls final evening, Friday, March 18, 5.30pm start, sausage sizzle. Grants Whiskey Corner to Corner. Love to see you all there. GOLF Bay of Islands Club Undeterred by damp conditions, more than 20 golfers enjoyed a welcome break from the humidity and heat, when playing in the 9-Hole Opening Day Ambrose round on the middle nine. Limited to using putters only for all shots on the fifth added something of a challenge. First with 23 stablefords was the team of Lesley Haslar, Stan Adams, Kingi Harkens and Geoff Bell. In second place with 26.5, were Dawn Armstrong, Pauline Ashby and Winsome Fisher, followed for third by Gay Furse, Jenny Sorensen and Barbara Mitchell with 28. Okaihau Club Sunday was the Okaihau Opening Day that saw a good turn out in the hot and humid conditions. Alan Spray had a blinder scoring 47 stablefords and well ahead of second place Andy Sarich, Bruce Williams and Roger Walter all on 44 stablefords. Leading the women was Robyn Cook on 43 stablefords and 3rd overall. The day's results were: A Spray 47, A Sarich 44, B Williams 44, R Walter 44, R Cook 43, A Donaldson 40, T Saward 40, G Riley 39, L Rangihuna 39, N Turner 39, G Malkin 39, D Tohu 39, T Rollinson 38, M Booth 38, J Howearth 37, S Murray 37, B Rosevear 36, A Thorne 36, B Andersen 36. S Henderson, M Burns, M Booth, A Spray, A Sarich and B Andersen all had 2's. February 20 is the Jordan Memorial with a start time of 10.30am. SAILING Moffat Cup The Bay of Islands Yacht club is proud that this year's series with the support of Ake Ake winery will be sailed off Waitangi on February 26 and 27. The race schedule is to have two short races, starting at 11:30am, and a Bay race, finishing off at the yacht club. On Sunday, the plan to have two races in front of the yacht club, starting 10.30am. We welcome past Idle Along sailors and the public to take this opportunity to see a past era of yachting and to view one of New Zealand's historical yachting trophies. EQUESTRIAN K Griffiths LJ Hooker Twilight Dressage Series. Once again the series proved popular for all ages of riders. The overall points winner from Class 1 was Olivia Matthews on Amberosa Roscoe with total points of 36 and also taking the trophy. Overall points winner from Class 2 was Jo Chaney on Poppy with total points of 34. Pakaraka Pony Club would like to thank the sponsors and riders who supported the series. NETBALL Tai Tokerau Maori Netball Trials Easter weekend April 22-25, Palmerston North. Under-13s, under-15s, under- 17s, under-19, premiers. Three trials are being held for the selection of Tai Tokerau Maori Netball Representatives to attend the National Maori Tournament. Kaikohe 9am to 2pm Sunday, February 20. Kerikeri 9am to 3pm Sunday, February 27. Please note that girls must attend two of the three trials. Any player/person is welcome to trial and participate in the Healthy Lifestyle Kaupapa that supports this tournament. Smokefree and alcohol-free. Trialists will need netball shoes, training gear, water bottles and recovery food. Whanau support is welcome at the trials and inquiries can be made to a Tai Tokerau Maori Netball Delegate in the following areas: Kaikohe, Waana Puru (09) 401-9612; Alice-Rose Davis (09) 405-9695; Kerikeri, Joanne Hona (09) 4073979; Kaeo, Joanne Hona (09) 407-3979; Kawakawa, Jonette Chapman (09) 404-1344; Kaitaia, Robyn Bristowe 021-050-0062; Dargaville, Kris Isaacs (09) 459-7008. RACING Taipa Club Another great day for racing for the 4th club meet of the season with eight grades represented. Fields were small and the racing was hard, fast and close in all grades. We saw Pip Jecentho and Dave Clements in the B Grade swapping places all day. An exciting duel developed in the 3rd Round Men's Production Race between Bruce Mallindine, Ray Dare and Grant Kidd leading to some of the tightest closest racing with the three cars side by side for at least two laps and with positions being swapped consistently in the other eight laps. Ltd Men Round One: Roy Walker (61) 1, John Hussey (27) 2, Terry Griggs (12) 3; R2 R Walker (61) 1, J Hussey (27) 2; R3 R Walker (61) 1, Max Andresen (27) 2, T Grigg (12) 3. Super Men Rounds One & 2; Max Andresen (58) 1 R3 John Hussey (58) 1. Men's Production Round One; Ray Dare (888) 1, Bruce Mallindine (94) 2, Grant Kidd (777) 3; R2 B Mallindine (94) 1, Jaythyn Swift (31)2,RDare(888)3;R3B Mallindine (94) 1, R Dare (888) 2, G Kidd (777) 3. B Grade Men's Round One: Pip Jecentho (48) 1, Dave Clements (9) 2, Kelvin Coates (46) 3; R2: D Clements (9) 1, P Jecentho (48) 2, K Coate (46) 3; R3: Juniors Rounds 1, & 2: Charlie Lorenz (57) 1; Mens C Grade Rounds One&3TonyOver(5)1. Ladies Production Rounds One & 2: Carole Teixiera (94) 1, Emma Dare (888) 2, Shirley Andresen (85) 3; R3 S Andresen (85K) 1, E Dare (888) 2, C Teixiera (94) 3. Stockcars Round One: Ryan Carey (26) 1, Marty Lorenz (200) 2; R2 R Carey (26) 1, Rob Anderson (88) 2, M Lorenz (200) 3; R3: R Anderson (88) 1, M Lorenz (200) 2, R Carey (26) 3. Shell Taipa All In Winner: Roy Walker (61). CRICKET Northern Districts The Yahoo!Xtra Northern Knights' quest to defend the Plunket Shield resumes on Thursday in Whangarei. The Knights take on competition leaders, the Central Stags. The Knights will have to do without the services of their captain James Marshall, as he is attending his brother Hamish's wedding. Both Marshalls are available for the rest of the competition after that, with Hamish playing as an overseas player. Brad Wilson will captain the side. Anurag Verma has been ruled out of the rest of the season with an abdominal injury.
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