Northern News : August 24th 2011
SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Okaihau Club With some great weather the last few days we all were looking forward to playing some good golf. Calm warm conditions saw a good field geared up ready to go. We had the Drawn Pairs final between Trevor Thomson, Gary Webb and Trevor Rollinson and Colin French. With a hard-fought game the match was won on the 17th by Trevor Thomson and Gary Webb. Congratulations. The Silver Fox Rollinson couldn't quite pull the win off even with winning the haggle for the day with 40 stableford points. Must have been due to winning too many prizes on Saturday. Second equal in the haggle were Malcolm Burns, Les Rangihuna and Alan Spray with 39 Stablefords. Fifth equal on 38 points were Jack Kruithof and Nigel Turner, seventh equal Alan Donaldson and Gary Webb on 37. Results: T Rollinson 40, M Burns 39, L Rangihuna 39, A Spray 39, J Kruithof 38, N Turner 38, A Donaldson 37, G Webb 37, B Andersen 36, C French 35, R Stevens 34, W Gould 33, S Henderson 33, P Cullen 32, A Chambers 30. Next Sunday, August 28, is the 27-hole McBeath Rose Bowl and the final round of the Nett Medal. Tee off is at 9am. Bay of Islands Club Men's 18-Hole Golf on Saturday, August 20, was the Craigs Investment Partners Monthly Medal, a Net Haggle and a McLeods Lawyers Shoot Out qualifying round. Winner of the Monthly Medal Gross with a 73 was Alex Neely. The Monthly Medal Nett winner was Paul Young on 71. The Haggle was won by Alex Neely on 71 second also with 71, but missing out on countback was Paul Young, and third with 72 was Kanoo Patel. The only two's of the day were Josh Barnes on the 13th and Paul Young on the 5th. The McLeods Lawyers Shoot Out qualifying continues and to date, leading qualifiers are Phil Sharp, Mike Simister and Neville Bevan. The Shoot Out is on November 6, so plenty of time to get your entry in and qualify. RUGBY Bay of Islands J&T Draw Under 7s: Keri Yellow v Kaeo; Keri Black v Keri Blue; Keri Whites v Otiria; Kaikohe Tautorians v Moerewa; Keri Red v Keri Green; UK v Okaihau; Taheke v Opononi; Kaikohe -- BYE. Under 9s semi final weekend: Keri Blue v Keri Red; Kaeo v Opononi; Ohaeawai v UK; Keri Black v Taheke; Keri White v Moerewa. Under 11s semi final weekend: Kaeo v Kaikohe; Keri Blue v Ohaeawai; Keri Red v Moerewa White; Moerewa Black v Taheke; Okaihau v Ohaeawai Whanau. Under 13s semifinal weekend: Draw to be emailed to coaches. NETBALL Kerikeri Centre JMB Draw August 27 Semifinals year 4 two games for Cheeky Monkeys. 9am: Court 1 -- Team Supreme v Royal Rubies; Court 4 -- Springbank v Cheeky Monkeys; Court 5 -- Riverview Kittens v Keri Magic; Court 7 -- Oromahoe Ogres v Te Reo; Court 8 -- Lightning Bolts v Young Beauty; Court 9 -- Jamesons Angels V Riverview Dolphins. 9:45am: Court 1 -- Opua/Paihia year 6 v Riverview Wildcats; Court4--Matariki Stars v Shooting Stars; Court5--Wild Girls V Riverview Rockers; Court 7 -- Fearless Flames V Kaeo Aquas; Court 8 -- Kerikeri Fireballs v The Sting Raiders. 10:30am: Court 1 -- Opua/Paihia year 7 v Pink Panthers; Court 4 -- Nga Iwi v Greenwood Kiwis; Court 5 -- Springbank Year 7 v Skillz; Court 7 -- Kaeo Blue v Mini Ferns; Court 8 -- Riverview Dynamites v Kamakura; Court 9 -- Cheeky Monkeys v Te Ira Tangata. 11:15am: Court 1 -- Hihi V Pool Warehouse Team Xtreme: Court 4 -- Goodyear v Professionals: Court 5 -- Matariki Magic v Kaha Girls: Court 7 -- Girls round the Corner v Whangaroa College Year 8: Court 8 -- Mighty Pirates v Razoos. Senior Draw Semifinals Duty teams: Siteworx Sprinklers & Tuatara Round 5. Noon: Court 1 -- Senior B v Senior A, umpire Raewyn & Brad; Court 4 -- Manukaihuia v Kaeo Cougarz, umpire Otiria Orbitz; Court 5 -- Ashby Construction v DD Gold, umpire Waipapa Mowers Fix It; Court 7 -- Tree Trimmers v Rata , umpire Byers Boltz; Court 8 -- Plumbing World v Ice, umpire Hornets; Court 9 -- Hibiscus v Te Ao, umpire Dynamics Round. 6 1pm: Court 1 -- The Professionals v Keiths Krew, umpire Senior A; Court 4 -- Chaos v Waipapa Mowers Fix It, umpire Senior B; Court 5 -- Oldskool V Dynamics, umpire Creative Kitchens; Court 7 -- Fuel v Buckys Girls, umpire 9A; Court 8 -- Kia Kaha v Whetu, umpire Matt Jay Contracting; Court 9 -- Clarks Coachlines v Byers Boltz, umpire 10A Round 7. 2pm: Court 1 -- Creative Kitchens v Otiria Orbitz, umpire The Professionals; Court 4 -- 10A v 9A, umpire Chaos; Court 5 -- Hornets v Siteworx Sprinklers, umpire Keiths Krew; Court 7 -- Aniwaniwa v Tuatara, umpire Plumbing World; Court8--Whero v A1 Security, umpire DD Gold; Court 9 -- Silversound Stars v Matt Jay Contracting, umpire Kaeo Cougarz. Please see website for updated version of draw: www.kerikerinetballcentre.co.nz. BRIDGE Paihia Club Tuesday, August 16, August Prs 2 N/S: 1 B Jepson&LSmith 66.25; 2 P Hirzel & D Sadler 58.83; 3. ABowey & AThomson 50.00. E/W 1 VChristmas & P Moffat 60.85; 2 M Atterwill & W Sharland 54.58; 3 V Cadell & J Forder 49.58. Friday ,August 19, August Prs 4 (Howell): 1 B Jepson & L Smith 64.58; 2 C Fairweather & A Thomson 58.75; 3= R Toplis & P Hirzel & A Bowey&TMorris 57.92. Kerikeri Club Monday, August 15, Howell: Shirley Douglas-Sue Parker 60.42; Judy Beer-Mary Driesbock 57.99; Anna Chappell-Jack Harsveldt 56.60; Enid Briggs -Maureen Russ 56.25; David Sadler-Tony Simmonds 54.81. Thurs night, Aug 18, N/S: Bob Brown-Sue Brown 57.64; Marjorie Neumann-Ria Pool 55.32; Jack Harsveldt-Gordon Wright 52.55. E/W: Lin Dickinson-Leonie Hatrick 64.58; Jill Cottle-Prickles de Ridder 58.10; Maureen Atterwill-Vivienne Sexton 57.64. Overall Winners: Jill Cottle- Prickles de Ridder, Lin Dickinson- Leonie Hatrick, Bob Brown-Sue Brown. RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Islands Runners & Walkers Meet this Saturday August 27 at 9 am at the Ohaewai carpark for run/walk around the Remuera Settlement, Hariru Road and SH 1 loop. The next event will be the last in the Klondike series on September 24. That day the club is also celebrating their 50th anniversary. All members and past members are invited. Please let us know if you're coming because of catering purposes. Any inquiries ring Gea on 405-7773 or Bert on 404-0147. BOWLS Kerikeri Club On a lovely sunny day, the Kerikeri Bowling Club held the McTavish 2X4X2 Prs which was the last of our winter tournaments. 1st Lyn McKeating, Christine Hodren, 2nd Terry O'Brien, Kevin Willaims, 3rd David Hood, Ellaine Albury. A special thanks to our sponsor. Also entries welcome for our opening day, the Melrich Open Mix 4s on September 3. INDOOR BOWLS Northland Club Club held its Ladies Super 8 on August 6 in Whangarei at the Badminton hall. They played the top eight ladies from Auckland, North Harbour, and Roskill and Districts. Northland had a good win over all the teams. 1st Northland 30 game points, 120 ends 221 points. 2nd Roskill & Districts 25 game points, 116 ends, 222 points. 3rd Auckland 24 game points, 123 ends, 210 points. 4th North harbour 17 game points, 102 ends, 178 points. Top scorers for Northland were Lyn Brittain 6 wins, Jeanette Smith 6 wins, Judy Johnston 4 wins, Pauline McKinley 4 wins. Northland Indoor Bowls rep team went down to Pukekohe on August 14 to play in the triangle against Counties and Waikato. Northland started the day with 3 wins in the first round and then carried it on all through the day. Northland won the day with 109 points to Waikato 55 and Counties 53.The top scorers for Northland were Lillian Christini 9, Lyn Brittain 8.1/4, Chris Watson 8, Mike Riceman 8. Well done team. Northland rep team to play in Whangarei on August 27 at the Badminton Hall, 9.30am start. It is the Triangle game against North Harbour and Roskill & Districts. Team 1 Peter Sole, Kia Ward, Jeanette Smith, Basil Stewart. Team 2 Chris Watson, Lillian Christini, Mike Riceman, Karina Moore. Team 3 Kerry Manson, Trudy Watson, Janet Sole, Pauline McKinley. Team 4 Gary Steele, Bob McKinley, Eddie McCarthy, Inez Bunting. VOLLEYBALL Lindvart Park Mixed Volleyball. Tuesdays from 6pm. Starting October 23 running for eight weeks. To enter or for more information contact Ryan Maraki 021-225-7988 or email@example.com. 23 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 24, 2011 SPORT 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 7.30pm, Sat 3 September at the Turner Centre $25 Adults; $20 Sen Citz/ Students/ Groups 6+ Ph: 09-4070260 BOOK TODAY! Always ring cinema for day to day ses sion times THEATRE: 09 401 2398 23 RAIHARA ST, KAIKOHE Visit www.nzcinema.co.nz or www.flicks.co.nz for movie details CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (M) Thurs 25th 7.45pm. Fri 26th 2pm. Sat 27th 7.45pm. Sun 28th 2.00pm. BRIDESMAIDS (R16) Thurs 25th 2.00pm. Fri 26th 7.45pm. Sat 27th 7.30pm. Sun 28th 2.15pm. HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (M) Fri 26th 7.30pm. Sat 27th 2.30pm. CARS 2 (PG) Sat 27th 5.00pm. Sun 28th 4.45pm. TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON (M) Thurs 25th 7.30pm. Sat 27th 2.15pm. KUNG FU PANDA: KABOOM OF DOOM (PG) Sat 27th 4.45pm. Sun 28th 4.30pm. Rami Bar-Niv Thursday, 6th September 2011, 7.30pm Trussler Residence, 80 Pa Road, Kerikeri $30.00 For bookings call Dorle 09 946 6648 or 021 119 3218 Programme: Rami Bar-Niv: Prayer and Dance Toccata Mozart: Sonata in F major K. 332 Chopin: Waltz No. 14 in E minor Op. Post. Etude Op. 25 No. 2 in F minor Polonaise in Ab major op. 53 Liszt: (honoring 200 years to his birth): Consolation No. 3 Rigoletto Concert Paraphrase Liebestraum No. 3 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 11 Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (a complete piano solo version) Enjoy with us a night of beautiful music, played by Internationally acclaimed piano virtuoso TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads, KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 Saturday 27 August to Sunday 28 August MR POPPER'S PENQUINS (G) 94 Mins Sat/Sun: 11.15am BILLY T: TE MOVIE (M) 90 Mins Sat: 3.45, 6.00, 8.15pm, Sun: 3.45, 6.00pm Cinema is open 1 hour before the first session. Seating is unallocated. Please enter via Church Road entrance. Biggest porker Big prize: Opononi Hotel Pig Hunt winner Haaki Warmington with his 147.8lb pig. Last month saw the final weigh-in and prizegiving at the Opononi Hotel Wild Boar Hunt. The weather was great and the racks filled up with pigs and eels. Young Haaki War- mington of Waima had the heaviest pig weighed in and took the Saturday prize. The same pig also won him the heaviest pig overall with a weight of 147.8lb (67kg). There were also some monster eels weighed in with the heaviest being over 20lb, a welcome first for the Opononi hunt. Two major spot prizes were given out on the Sunday. The 4x4 tyres sponsored by the Opononi Hotel went to Rata Moa and the gas barbecue sponsored by Tony's Butcher in Kaikohe was won by Karl Booth. Everyone enjoyed their hangi, provided by Hokianga Natives rugby team, and catching up with friends and family from near and far. Men's heart health Here's a great chance for men to attend a day about their heart health. Hauora Tane vascular health screening is an opportunity to get your free cardiovascular health check and under- stand the results. It is also a chance to understand and use equipment used by clinicians and the oppor- tunity to share stories of your heart health experi- ence. As a bonus, there will be prizes up for grabs. When: September 10 at 9am. Where: Later Day Saints Church, Hongi St, Kaikohe. Nga mihi nui ki a koutou nga tane ma. Nau mai, haere mai ki te huihuinga o te kaupapa Hauora Tane. For more information call Te Roopu Poa (09) 405-2647 or Sonya Butters on 0800-808-4024.
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