Northern News : February 23rd 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 NEWS MOVIES SHOWING Rating THUFEB24 FRIFEB25 SATFEB26 SUNFEB27 MONFEB28 TUEMAR1 WEDMAR2 THE KING'S SPEECH M 5.00PM 2.15PM 4.45PM 7.45PM 5.15PM 5.00PM 1.00PM 4.00PM BLACK SWAN R16 5.30PM 8.30PM 5.30PM 8.30PM 2.30PM 5.30PM 8.30PM 2.30PM 5.30PM 8.30PM 5.30PM 8.30PM 5.30PM 8.30PM 2.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM TAMARA DREWE m 5.15PM 8.15PM 5.15PM 8.15PM 7.45PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 5.15PM 8.00PM 5.15PM 8.00PM 1.30PM 4.30PM 7.30PM LOVE BIRDS PG 8.00PM 5.00PM 8.00PM 5.15PM 8.15PM 2.00PM 8.15PM 8.15PM 7.00PM YOGI BEAR PG 2.15PM TANGLED PG 2.00PM WILD TARGET M 5.00PM 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 COMING SOON: TRUE GRIT SECRETARIAT Movie/Meal Deals $32 BOOKINGS essential ph: 09 407 9121 3110277AV 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 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 Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest (R16). WINTER'S BONE (R13) Thurs 24th 8pm. Sat 26th 7.45pm. Sun 27th 4.15pm. Wed 2nd 7.45pm. I AM NUMBER FOUR (M) Fri 25th 5.30pm. Sat 26th 8pm. Sun 27th 2pm. UNSTOPPABLE (M) Fri 25th 5.45pm. THE DILEMMA (M) Fri 25th 7.45pm. Sun 27th 6.15pm. Wed 2nd 8pm. THE GREEN HORNET (M) Thurs 24th 7.45pm. Sat 26th 5.30pm. MORNING GLORY (M) Fri 25th 8pm. Sat 26th 5.45pm. Sun 27th 6.30pm. MEGAMIND (PG) Thurs 24th 6pm. Sun 27th 4pm. YOGI BEAR (G) Thurs 24th 6pm. Sun 27th 2.15pm. VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Monday: Card Evening Wednesday: Quiz Nite Thursday: Raffles Friday: Pool and Jackpot Draw Jam Session Sat 5th March Bar Open from 3.30pm Daily Snack Menu available Restaurant Open Wed-Sun Meals from $11 Non Members Meals $14.50 Kerikeri RSA Inc, Cobham Road, Kerikeri Ph: 09 407 8585 www.kerikerirsa.co.nz Kerikeri R.S.A 3426419AB 3511720AA Healing Meeting Need healing? Come for healing through Jesus Christ. God has performed amazing miracles through Weston, both in New Zealand and overseas. Come with your needs and believe to have them met. When: Wed 2nd March 7pm Thurs 3rd March 7pm Where: Paihia Memorial Hall Enquiries: Pastor Daniel Flanagan, BOI Christian Fellowship 09 402 7019 Pastor Bill Anderson, Paihia Baptist Church 09 402 7356 presents 7 Days Stars Ben Hurley and Steve Wrigley are coming to your town! Hosted by Vaughan King (Winner Best MC at NZ Comedy Guild awards 2010) in a 2 hour comedy Extravaganza!! Avoiding NZs 3 Biggest Ci es, Ben, Steve and Vaughan are going back to their roots and rediscovering the REAL NEW ZEALAND Proudly brought to you by Canadian Club Whisky Date: Thursday 10th March Venue: The Centre at Kerikeri Tickets: from The Centre at Kerikeri $25 Adults, $22 seniors or groups 4+ Doors and bar open from 6.45pm Show starts at 7.30pm Check out details here www.realnztour.com Selector-coach roles will benefit NZ bowls Bowls New Zealand advises that Raelene Peters and Terry Scott have been appointed as the new assistant coaches of the New Zea- land bowls teams as well as being reappointed as selectors. At the debrief after a disappointing perform- ance at the 2010 Com- monwealth Games in Delhi, the athletes ident- ified the importance of increasing the level of international and high- level national experience among the support team. Scott has huge experi- ence at national level, having won three national titles, and has represented New Zea- land on the international stage. He is also a coach in the talent develop- ment programme. Peters has won or been runner-up in several national championships and is still competing at this level. She was in the New Zealand squad sys- tem from 1994 to 1998. She most recently won the New Zealand Open pairs in 2009 and was a selector of the successful 2007 Asia Pacific women s team and also for world bowls in 2008. By having the posi- tions combined, the selectors get to see the players they have chosen performing at the top level as well having an input into their prep- aration both before and at events. Bowls NZ national coach Dave Edwards was particularly pleased with the appointments. I know the capabili- ties that Raelene and Terry possess as selectors and am there- fore really keen to begin working with them in a coaching capacity as well, he says. SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Okaihau Club February 20 saw perfect conditions and a good turnout for the Jordan Memorial mixed Canadian foursomes. This year's winners were Gay and Ian Whittaker who combined well to have a nett score of 60.5 and enough to claim the Jordan Memorial Trophy over second place, Les Rangihuna and Nancy Cook, who also combined well to have a nett 61.5. Jordan Memorial Results: Gay Whittaker and Ian Whittaker nett 60.5, 1; Les Rangihuna and Nancy Cook nett 61.5, 2; Ryan Cotterill and Kim Cotterill nett 62.5, 3; Arthur Beren and Rose Robinson nett 65, 4. The club haggle was also played on Sunday and with a tie for first place with a nett 68 were Trevor Rollinson and Andy Sarich. Second place went to Phil Smith with a nett 69, Rap Stevens 3rd on 70 and Warren Gould 4th on 72. Next week February 27 is the qualifying round of the Champion Matchplay and round 1 of the Nett Medal, start time of 10.30am. Bay of Islands Club The nine hole men had a good day with Stan Adams leading the field with 21 stablefords. Brian Simpson was second with 16, and Geoff Bell and Frances Eyles, the leading woman, sharing third on 15. Waitangi Club February 11 Club Haggle results. Haggle: A Thomson 44, J Aitchison 42, W Fredriksen 42, R Burrows 41, J Hamer 41, B Ward 41, B O'Hanlon 41, G Crowhurst 41, W Boyd 38. Hidden Holes 4 & 5: J Aitchison, W Boyd, D MacNee, P Hirzel, A Thomson, B O'hanlon. Two's: P Andrews 10, DSeddon9,BWard10&16,J Halse6&10. Men's Sunday Club Day Results: Buster Aickin Round 1: Nett results: I Papera 60, J McKiernan 64, D Robertson 68, S Beattie 69, P Chang 70, W Flood 70, M Andrew 71. Hidden Holes 14 & 12: M Yarrall and G Hastings. Twos: P Chang 6, R Hawkins 9, J McKiernan 6. Sunday Ladies Club Day Nett results: M Tipene 67, J Morgan 69, S Whittaker 75. Hidden Holes and Two's both jackpot. Wednesday 18 Hole Ladies Club Day Nett results: L Vaughan 65, C Garland 72, G Stephens 74, J McDowell, J Taylor, M Atkinson 75, L Schultz 76. Hidden Holes and Twos: Jackpot. Wednesday 9 Hole Ladies Club Day Nett results: O Going 36, T Clarkson 38. Threes: Jackpot. BRIDGE Paihia Club February 15 Feb Prs 3 N/S: 1 V.Christmas & P.Moffat 57.64; 2 J.Arkinstall & E.Williamson 54.17; 3 B.Oates & Di Sadler 45.83. E/W: 1 J.O'Gorman & E.O'Gorman 59.03; 2 E.Killen & M.Neumann 51.39; 3 M.Schmutzler & A.M.Sharp 48.61. Friday 18 February Feb Prs 4 N/S: 1 DiSadler & L.Smith 58.33; 2 B.Jepson & A.M.Sharp 54.17; 3 V.Christmas & N.Shuker 49.58. E/W: 1 M.Atterwill & M.Neumann 57.08; 2 B.Oates & G.Roberts 55.42; 3 A.Bowey & A.Thomson 52.08. Finals Friday PrsBest3of4:1A.Bowey& A.Thomson 64.03; 2 M.Atterwill & N.Neumann 55.56; 3 L.Smith & Di Sadler 54.73. Kerikeri Club Monday 14 Opening Singles N/S: 1 A Ellis & J Robinson 59.58; 2 S Douglas & L Purdie 57.50; 3 J Harsveld & Di Sadler 54.80. E/W:1 L Hatrick & A Purdie 62.08; 2 R Shearstone & T Simmonds 58.75;3J&R Berrington 57.50. Thursday 17 Championship Singles Howell: 1 L Dickinson & T Norton 62.50; 2 S Douglas & R Shearstone 61.97; 3 A Chappell & J Robinson 60.88; 4 B Brown & H Fieldsend 60.04. EQUESTRIAN Kaitaia Ken Lewis Cup One Day Event results, February 13. Open Over 21 Dressage:1st Joy Robinson (Still as a Statue) 2nd Jessica Carter (Gunna Getcha) 3rd Megan Hart (Stone River Beethoven) 4th Sabrina Glauser (Batteries Not Included). Over 21 Rose May (Cool Cat). Over all: 1st Joy Robinson 2nd Jessica Carter 3rd Megan Hart. Over 21: Rose May (Cool Cat). 1st Rose May (Cool Cat). Over 21: Rose May (Cool Cat). Training Dressage: 1st Aliina Vegar (Dual Diamond) 2nd Alexa Dodson (Euphraise) 3rd Bridget Newson-Mc Nalley (Spirit of Aberconway) 4th Alicia Heller (Striking Distance). Over 21: Tim Featherstone (Weiti Halo) Yvette Davies (Bonnie). Over all: 1st Aliina Vegar 2nd Alicia Heller 3rd Peter Deverell (Zoolander II) 4th Chloe Walker (Cheleken Jedi). Over 21: Tim Featherstone. Pre-training Dressage: 1st Olivia Matthews (Amberossa Roscoe) 2nd Ellie McMahon (Golden Angel) 3rd Ruby Taylor (Sheza Cherokee) 4th Arnica Horsfall (A Kind of Magic). Over 21 Tim Featherstone (Milly Molly Mandy) Kate Hewlett (Sapphire) Kate Hewlett (After Hours) Nicole Brazier (Bono). Over all: 1st Ruby Taylor (Sheza Cherokee) 2nd Ellie McMahon (Golden Angel) 3rd Kelly Chapman (Jazz Time) 4th Kelly Chapman (Soul) Over 21 Kate Hewlett (After Hours) Christine Candy (High Potential) Kate Hewlett (Sapphire) Tim Featherstone. Runners meet Saturday Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers meet this Saturday at 91 Hupara Rd at 8am. The next event is Le Tour de Rawene, a run/ walk on March 19, organised by the BOI and the Rawene Gym. Enter by March 14, $10.
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