Northern News : August 3rd 2011
16 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 3, 2011 SPORT Better qualifications = Better jobs = Better future!! www.pei.ac.nz Enquire Today PH: 0800 22 55 97 Te Wahi Akonga Dream it - Live it We offer a range of courses including: Business Administration & Computing Small Business Management MYOB® Training PracTESOL® (Teach English to speakers of other languages) Learn new skills in your own home at your own pace. Gymnasts scoop swag of medals Great gymnasts: Kerikeri High School gymsports team achieve success at the national secondary schools competition. Nearly 500 athletes from almost 80 schools com- peted at the national secondary schools gym- sports championships in Auckland. Kerikeri High School sent 17 competitors to artistic gymnastics div- isions and the teams did the school proud. The senior girls team of Lisa Mclea, Sally Anderson, Kate Lourie and Georgia Oxley won the overall team gold medal. The junior B team of Sarah Barnard, Cendrine Becker and Fenella O'leary won the silver. Year 7 students Sarah Barnard and Georgia Oxley, coached by Lisa McLea, won individual gold and the bronze medals respectively. Lisa McLea placed first over- all on the beam. The senior boys team of Tyler Tunnicliffe, Thomas Pearson, Shae Donahoe and Jason Leaming also won the team gold medal. Shae Donahoe won individual bronze again this year, while year 7 Matthew Killpack achieved a cred- ible fourth against much older athletes. Tyler Tunnicliffe improved on his last year's placing to sixth place this year. SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Bay of Islands July 26, 18-hole women round 6 of LGU. Silver -- gross, Ann Hathaway 83, Sandy Doherty 88; net, Sandy Doherty 79, Julie Spencer 80. Bronze I -- gross Anne Nunn and Carolyn Price 96, Jenni Sorensen 98. Net Jan Cottle 76, Jenni Sorensen 77. Bronze II -- gross Lyndsey Messenger 103, Margaret McLelland 106, Heather Jobson 107, Angie Coen and Sue Ebden 108. Net Angie Coen 77, Heather Jobson 78, Margaret McLelland, Pat Ford, Sue Ebden and Margaret Wharerau 79. Twos -- Jenni Sorensen, Nobi Matsubara and Margaret McLelland. Stella Saaristo is club admin manager Ph: 407-8837 Ext 2. Nine hole round three, Ngan Trophy: Audrey Helsby was first with 15 putts, Jane Holmes and Cary Nock were both on 16, with Judy Barrett and Frances Eyles on 17. Men's18-hole July 30, two matchplay finals completed. In the intermediate division, Dave Potter beat Warrenn Mulcahy and in the D grade the champion Gordon McKintyre beat Peter Fiske. The stableford haggle produced a first time win at Bay of Islands Kerikeri Golf Club for new member Jarrod Calkin with 38 points, second also with 38, but missing out on countback, was Bill Fenton and third on 37 was Murray Anderson. Twos winners on the day were Iain Carruthers, Bill Fenton and Robin Jamieson. Waitangi July 23-24, 59th Elaine Bledisloe women's 72-hole matchplay championship. Division 1, Bledisloe Cup: Flight winner K Pevy (Whg), r/up A Laughton (Wlsfd), consolation J Wech (Waipu), r/up A Hathaway (Keri), flight consolation A Everitt (Wark), r/up R Williams (Hiku). Division 2 Waitangi Cup: Cup r/up: L Scott (Wait), flight winner B Ririnui (Wark), r/up: M Mounsey (Wait), cup consolation M Atkinson (Wait), r/up: J McGlasson (N Wai), flight consolation M Vogt (Hiku), r/up C Garland (Wait), cup 3rd and 4th playoff winner S Whittaker (Wait), r/up K Gray (Wsfd). Division 3 Kerikeri Cup: Cup r/up K Gibson (Okai), flight winner C Waru (Tapora), r/up I Jagger (Wait), Cup Consolation A Murray (Wait), r/up R Hanlon (Wait), flight consolation J Jenyns (Matar), r/up A Blakeley (S Hd), Cup 3rd and 4th playoff winner C Berridge (Whgro), r/up C Voullaire (Whg). Division 4 Kawakawa Cup: Cup r/up J Morgan (Wait), flight winner R Currie (Wark), r/up R Robinson (Okaih), consolation winner C Attwood (The Pines), R Travis (Wark), flight consolation winner M Liefting (Wsfd), r/up J McDonald (The Pines), cup 3rd and 4th playoff winner I Radcliffe (Wsfd), r/up S Starkie (The Pines). Thank you to our helpers and sponsors. Whangaroa July 20, women par for points, silver/bronze 1: V Moffat +5, J Kay ev, W Parker -2, D Collins -2, B Leslie -2. Bronze 2 and 3 K Graham +4, J Young -2. July 24, men Brackenbridge Trophy, par for points: Senior: J O'Neill +7, S Berridge +3, B Sherman +3, S Dormer +3, C Baldwin +3, L Berridge +3. Juniors: M Edwards +4, K Elliot ev. Twos J O'Neill, D Sherman. Leading pairs: L Berridge/S Berridge +12, B Sherman/D Sherman +10, C Baldwin/J McSorley +10, J O'Neill/J Parker +10. Okaihau Sunday was the drawn pairs qualifying round with the lowest 8 net scores going through to the first round. Top qualifiers were Trevor Thomson and Gary Webb with a net 53, 2nd Hone Mihaka and Rap Stevens on 58, 3rd Trevor Rollinson and Colin French 60, 4th equal on 61 were Nigel Turner and Bruce Williams, Les Rangihuna and Jack Studd, Jack Winwood and Steve Henderson and 7th equal on 62 were Alan Donaldson and Dick Tohu, Darryl Birchall and Peter Cullen. In the haggle Hone Mihaka got 61, tied for 2nd on 62 were Glen Riley and Trevor Thomson. Nigel Turner came 4th with a 66. Twos were had by Les Rangihuna, Hone Mihaka, Glen Riley and Trevor Thomson. Results: H Mihaka 61, G Riley 62, T Thomson 62, N Turner 66, R Stevens 68, C French 68, L Rangihuna 69, M Burns 69, P Cullen 70, A Spray 70, J Winwood 70, G Webb 70, B Rosevear 71, T Rollinson 72, W Gould 72, S Henderson 73, J Studd 74, M Tana 74. August 7 is the first round of the drawn pairs matchplay, tee off 10.30am names in by 10am for the haggle. NETBALL Bay of Islands Play offs. Premiers: Taiamai Ohaeawai Black 36, Wanderers Black 33, Okaihau College 15, Genuine Juniors 14, Hey Mamaz 13, BOI College 13. A Grade: Genuine Seniors 34, Horeke 26, Wanderers Pink 26, Taheke United 25, Kaikohe Rugby 22, NVS Black 13. A Reserve: To be finalised after this week's games. B Grade: Moerewa School A 34, BOI 10s 34, BOI 9s 28, Northland College A 28, Okaihau College 10s 28, Kura Tonga B 18, Okaihau College 9s 16, KCS Kitez 9. C Grade: To be finalised after this weeks games. Semifinals will be played on August 13 with one v three and two v four. Winners from each game go straight to the finals to be played on August 20. Kerikeri Senior Draw August 6. Two games: Manukaihuia, Kaeo Cougarz, Waipapa Mowers Fix It, Rata, Dynamics, Whero, Kia Kaha, Tree Trimmers, Otiria Orbitz, Oldskool. Duty teams TBA. 9am: Court 1, 10A v Manukaihuia, umpire senior A. Court 4, Silversound Stars v Plumbing World, umpire Kaeo Cougarz. Court 5, Kiwi Shed Steelers v Clarks Coachlines, umpire 9A. Court 6, Te Ao v Waipapa Mowers Fix It, umpire Siteworx Sprinklers. Court 7, Ice v Byers Boltz, umpire Dynamics. Court 8, Buckys Girls v Whetu, umpire AJ and Katrina. Court 9, A1 Security V Rata, umpire Otiria Orbitz. 10am: Court 1, Otiria Orbitz v Senior A, umpire Raewyn and Jan. Court 4, 9A v Kaeo Cougarz, umpire Ashby Construction. Court 5, Chaos v Siteworx Sprinklers, umpire Waipapa Mowers Fix It. Court 7, Oldskool v Dynamics, umpire senior B. Court 8, Kia Kaha v Aniwaniwa, umpire Plumbing World. Court 9, Tree Trimmers v Whero, umpire 10A. 11am: Court 1, SeniorBvThe Professionals, umpire BDO. Court 4, Ashby Construction v Hornets, umpire Creative Kitchens. Court 5, Mean Maori Mean v Manukaihuia, umpire Jan and Teresa. Court 6, Te Ao v year 8 reps, umpire Haylee and Wendy Cribb. Court 8, Rata v Tuatara, umpire Keiths Krew. Noon: Court 1, BDO v Creative Kitchens, umpire Raewyn and Dot. Court 4, Oldskool vV Otiria Orbitz, umpire The Professionals. Court 5, Kaeo Cougarz v DD Gold, umpire Manukaihuia. Court 6, Matt Jay Contracting v Waipapa Mowers Fix It, umpire Hornets. Court 7, Kia Kaha v Whero, umpire Mean Maori Mean. Court 8, Dynamics v Keiths Krew, umpire Chaos. Court 9, Tree Trimmers v Fuel, umpire senior B. Two games for Riverview Kittens. 1pm: Court 1, Shooting Stars v Jamesons Angels. Court 4, Lightning Bolts v Matariki Stars. Court 5, Riverview Dolphins v Young Beauty. Court 7, Springbank v Cheeky Monkeys. Court 8, Riverview Kittens v Keri Magic. Court 9, Royal Rubies v Riverview Wildcats. 1.45pm: Court 1, Team Supreme v Kaeo Blue. Court 4, Kamakura v Mini Ferns. Court 5, Kerikeri Fireballs v Wild Girls. Court 7, Oromahoe Ogres v Fearless Flames. Court 8, Te Reo v Riverview Rockes. Court 9, The Sting Raiders v Kaeo Aquas. 2.30pm: Court 1, Pink Panthers v Razoos. Court 4, Greenwood Kiwis v Skillz. Court 5, Nga Iwi v Mighty Pirates. Court 7, Riverview Dynamites v Opua/Paihia year 6. Court 9, Riverview Kittens v Te Ira Tangata. 3.15pm: Court 1, Pool Warehouse Team Xtreme v Whangaroa College year 8. Court 4, Professionals v Kaha Girls. Court 5, Goodyear v Girls round the Corner. Court 7, Hihi v Matariki Magic. Court 8, Opua/ Paihia year 7 v Springbank year 7. INDOOR BOWLS Bay of Islands Two trophies donated by Noel and Judy Bethel were on show for the winners of the BOI singles championships this week. A grade winner Lillian Christini (Kerikeri) with 5 wins 34 ends 53 points. Runner-up Corey Armstrong (Kerikeri) with wins 26 ends and 44 points. B Grade winner was Mike Hampton (Kerikeri) with 2.5 wins and a victorious ends battle with runner- up Micheal Bethel (Waipapa) also with 2.5 wins. Thanks to Trudy Watson and Pat Stevens who turned up to help run the event. Inter-subassociation Bay of Islands scored a substantial win over Rodney to take away the 2011 inter- subassociation trophy.The elated Bay team had 96 wins to Rodney's 48. Top scorers for the Bay were Ian Wilson on 9. Shane Moore on 8 and Di Ross, Kenny Ashby and Basil Stewart on 7.5 Top scorers for Rodney were Raewyn Gibb on 5.5 and Ray Collins and Peter Rosseir on 5. BRIDGE Paihia Club Tuesday July 26 July Prs 3 (Howell): 1 M.Atterwill & Di Sadler 59.90; 2 D.Sadler & A.Thomson 57.87; 3 B.Jepson & P.Moffat 57.81. Final July Pairs: 1 B.Jepson & P.Moffat 60.44; 2 M.Atterwill & Di Sadler 57.07; 3 B.Oates & L.Smith 54.51. Friday July 29 August Prs 1: N/S 1 R.Campbell & D.Sadler 57.08; 2 M.Atterwill & G.Roberts 55.00; 3 V.Christmas & E.Williamson 51.25. E/W 1 A.M.Sharp & G.Smith 63.75; 2 P.McNicoll & P.Moffat 55.42; 3 C.Fairweather & A.Thomson 54.58. RUNNING AND WALKING Bay of Islands Runners & Walkers Meet this Saturday August 6 at 9 am at the entrance of the cycletrack in Kaikohe. The next event will be the Klondike fun run/walk in Moerewa on August 20. For more information call Gea on 4057773 or Bert on 4040147. RUGBY Bay of Islands J&T Draw. Under 7s: Kaeo vs Otiria; Moerewa vs Okaihau; Keri Green vs Keri Blue; Kaikohe vs Keri White; Keri Red vs KHO Tautorians; Keri Black vs Taheke; Opononi vs UK; Keri Yellow -- BYE. Under 9s: Keri Blue vs Moerewa; Kaeo vs UK; Opononi vs Taheke; Keri Red vs Keri White; Ohaeawai vs Keri Black. Under 11s: Kaeo vs Ohaeawai Whanau; Keri Blue vs Taheke; Ohaeawai vs Okaihau; Moerewa White vs Keri Red; Kaikohe vs Moerewa Black. Under 13s: Keri Red vs Kaeo; Ohaeawai vs Keri Blue; Opononi vs Kaikohe Blue; Kaikohe Maroon vs Moerewa. Taniwha champs again, 62 years on Hokianga Taniwha champions: For the first time since 1949, Hokianga won the Taniwha Cup. Coming in second were the Whangarei Bears, Mangonui came third, and fourth place went to the Bay of Islands team. Team photos (named and laminated) can be purchased of all teams in the Taniwha competition. Contact leegamble@ xtra.co.nz.
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