Northern News : August 31st 2011
19 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 31, 2011 SPORT Ngataki School Centennial Registration Phone 09 409 8871 or 09 409 8097 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 100 Labour Weekend This Year 1911-2011 ® ® ® ® 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 TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads, KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 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 INSIDIOUS (M) Thurs 1st 7.30pm. Fri 2nd 7.45pm. Sat 3rd 7.45pm. Wed 7th 7.45pm CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (M) Thurs 1st 7.45pm. Sat 3rd 2.15pm. BRIDESMAIDS (R16) Fri 2nd 2.00pm. Sat 3rd 7.30pm. Wed 7th 7.30pm. TRANSFORMERS Fri 2nd 7.30pm. Sat 3rd 2.00pm. HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (M) Fri 1st 2.00pm. VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME THE RUGBY'S COMING Come in and catch it on the big screen. Enjoy our good food and warm fire. Grab one of our lucky draws Jam Session Sat 3rd September Bar Open Daily Phone For Opening Hours 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 7.30pm, Sat 3 September at the Turner Centre $25 Adults; $20 Sen Citz/ Students/ Groups 6+ Ph: 09-4070260 BOOK TODAY! EWNVWTCN LWPEVKQP QH VJG PQTVJ *SiS]SiS 7fWS_ He TRAINS DEPART KAWAKAWA VINTAGE RAILWAY STATION FROM 9AM TO TAUMARERE RUGBY GROUNDS (and returns every hour) PURCHASE TICKETS ON DAY AT STATION NO PARKING AT OR CLOSE TO RUGBY GROUNDS. ALCOHOL PURCHASE ON SITE ONLY. PARK, RIDE & ENTRY $10 PER ADULT SAT 17TH SEPTEMBER SCORES AND DRAWS BRIDGE Kerikeri Club Monday August 22 Craigs Singles Howell: Ailsa Boyd-Sue Parker 62.50; Enid Briggs-Muriel Wright 62.06; Ian Derrick-Tony Simmonds 55.23; Joan Edwards- Vera Pearson 53.87. Thursday, August 25, Vision Championship pairs N/S: Ann Ellis-Diane Russell 61.11; Ailsa Boyd-Tony Simmonds 54.94; Ian Marr-Sue Parker 54.02. E/W: Jill Cottle- Prickles de Ridder 61.11; Mary Driesbock-Vivienne Sexton 57.07; Shirley Douglas-Roy Shearstone 56.25. Paihia Club Tuesday, August 23, August Prs 3 N/S: 1 V Christmas & P Moffat 63.75; 2 A Bowey & A Thomson 52.92; 3 E Killen & N Shuker 51.25. E/W:1TMorris & M Neumann 58.33; 2 M Atterwill & W Sharland 56.25; 3 M Schmutzler & D Sadler 55.00. August Prs, Final: 1 V Christmas & P Moffat 60.86; 2 P Hirzel & Di Sadler 55.47;3TMorris & A Bowey 55.14. Friday, August 26, SeptPrs1N/S:1SGrayson&G Smith 59.17; 2 C Fairweather & Roberts 50.83; 3 B Jepson & A Thomson 49.17. E/W: 1 B Oates & W Sharland 57.92;2TMorris & M Neumann 56.25; 3 D Wesson&EWilliamson 54.17. Friday, August Prs ,Final: 1 B Oates & Di Sadler 60.38;2AM Sharp & G Smith 56.22; 3 T Morris & A Bowey 55.14. GOLF Bay of Islands Club 18-hole women played round seven of LGU on Tuesday, August 23. Silver -- Best Gross, Julie Spencer 85. Best Net -- Nobi Matsubara and Maritha O'Leary, both on 74. Bronze I -- Best Gross, Ann Nunn 92. Best Net, Liz Mulcahy 73 and Carolyn Price 75. Bronze II -- Best Gross, Shirley Sceats 95. Best Net, Mary Driesbock 65, Margaret Timings 72, Joanna Riddell 73, Popo Hayes and Pat Strang both on 75. Twos -- Maritha O'Leary (2), Liz Mulcahy, Tessa Brown and Joanna Riddell. 9-Hole: A fun day produced interesting challenges, with Brian Simpson taking the overall prize for best performance on the fairways. Best gross score was Dawn Armstrong, who also had a two on the 13th, with Audrey Helsby second and and Barbara Nock third. Whangaroa Club Ladies, August 17: Silver/Bronze 1--BLeslie+1,WParker+1,P Maddren -1, C Berridge -1 Bronze 2/3- K Graham +2, M Tansey +1, J Kay -1, J Saunders -1, P Frear -1 Two,s- T Nikora. Thursday Haggle August 18 Men- T Logan 39, I Easterbrooke 37, A Manukau 37, P O'Leary 37, S Berridge 36, T Miliona 35 Ladies- W Parker 39, S Dangen 36 Two's- S Dangen, T Logan (No 9). Men, August 21, Seniors -- W Broughton +3, D Thorburn +2, W martin +2, G Foster +1, T Yates +1 Juniors- D Elliot +4, M Edwards +3, D Robinson +2 Two's- L Berridge, G Foster, K Elliot. Vets, August 22, Men--WTaka43,WBray42,B Rouse 38, T Miliona 38, N Olsen 37, D Peterson 34 Ladies: H Francis 41, M Tansey 41. Nearest Pin: I Mclean. Okaihau Club Summer weather and light winds set up a great day for the McBeath Rose Bowl and Nett Medal final round. Jack Studd came in with a nett 100 for 27 holes taking the McBeath Rose Bowl with Warren Gould runner-u, Malcolm Burns and Bob Rosevear were third equal with Alan Donaldson and Wayne Flood fifth equal. Bob Rosevear also had a 68 nett for his first 18 holes to take the nett medal competition with a best three round total of 202. The silver fox Rollinson didn't fire. Nett Results for 27 holes: J Studd 100, W Gould 101, M Burns 102.5, Bob Rosevear 102.5, A Donaldson 103.5, W Flood 103.5, P Cullen 104.5, T Drader 105.5, J Kruithof 105.5, K Joyce 105.5, R Stevens 106, L Rangihuna 106, N Turner 106.5, S Henderson 107, D Tohu 107. Sunday, September 4, is the first round of the club stroke play champs with a tee off at 10.30am. RUGBY Bay of Islands J&T Draw, finals weekend. Under sevens: Kaeo v Taheke; Okaihau v Keri Yellow; Keri Blue v Opononi; Keri White v Keri Black; Otiria v Kaikohe Tautorians; Moerewa v Keri Red; Keri Green v Kaikohe; UK -- BYE. Under nines: Keri Blue v Kaeo -- final: Opononi v Keri Red; Ohaeawai v Keri White; Keri Black v UK; Taheke v Moerewa. Under 11s Kaeo v Keri Blue -- final; Ohaeawai v Kaikohe; Keri Red v Okaihau; Moerewa Black v Ohaeawai Whanau; Moerewa White v Taheke. Under 13s: Kaikohe Blue v Kaeo -- final; Keri Blue v Moerewa; Keri Red v Ohaeawai; Opononi -- BYE. NETBALL Kerikeri Centre JMB Draw, September 3. Prizegiving at 11.30am. Two games for springbank 9am: Court 1 -- Kamakura v Team Supreme; Court4--Matariki Magic v Professionals; Court 5 -- Riverview Dolphins v Matariki Stars; Court6--MiniFerns V Riverview Dynamites; Court 7 -- Razoos v Springbank yr 7; Court 8 --TeReovWildGirls;Court9-- Springbank v Riverview Kittens. 9.45am: Court 1 -- Royal Rubies v Opua/Paihia Yr 6; Court 4; Kaha Girls v Pool Warehouse Team Xtreme; Court 5 -- Lightning Bolts v Jameson Angels; Court6--The Sting Raiders v Oromahoe Ogres; Court 7 -- Skillz v Nga Iwi; Court 8 -- Kaeo Aquas v Kerikeri Fireballs; Court 9 -- Cheeky Monkeys v Keri Magic. 10:30am: Court 1 -- Pink Panthers v Mighty Pirates; Court 3 -- Whangaroa College yr 8 v Goodyear; Court 4 -- Girls round the Corner v Hihi; Court 5 -- Young Beauty v Shooting Stars; Court 6 -- Riverview Wildcats v Kaeo Blue; Court 7 -- Greenwood Kiwis v Opua/Paihia. Year 7; Court 8 -- Riverview Rockers v Fearless Flames; Court 9 -- Springbank v Te Ira Tangata. Junior prizegiving at 11.30am. Senior round starts at 12.30pm, see website for senior draw details www.kerikerinetballcentre.co.nz. RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Islands Runners & Walkers Meet this Saturday, September 3, at 9am at the carpark on top of English Bay. The next event will be the fourth in the Klondike series on September 24. That day the club also celebrates their 50th anniversary. All members and past members are invited. Please ring Gea at 4057773 as numbers are needed for catering purposes. Kaikohe Rotary Club On Sunday, October 23, the Kaikohe Rotary Club are co- ordinating a Walk/Run event (Okaihau Kaikohe Traverse) on Pou Herenga Tai -- Twin Coast Cycle Trail from Okaihau to Kaikohe. There are two race lengths starting at Okaihau and Toia Rd and finishing in Kaikohe at the Mid-North Motor Inn. Buses will transport participants from from Kaikohe to Toia Road / Okaihau from 8am onwards. Runners will begin at 9 am and walkers at 9.05am. Registrations are limited to 200 participants. For further information go to www.kaikoherotary.org. INDOOR BOWLS Sub Association The ladies squared up to the men and earned a 15.5 to 14.5 win in the Rep Fund Pairs competition held last week. Individual winners were Di Ross and Pam Stone (RSA) with 4 wins, followed by Noel Bethel and Rex Lowe (Waipapa) on 3.5 wins. Thanks to Ohaeawai Butchery for their sponsorship once again. An extraordinary result occurred at the Bay Champ Singles held at Moerewa on Sunday. Both Chris Watson (Waitangi) and Di Ross (RSA) scored 3 wins 27 ends and 44 points, resulting in a drawn championship for 2011. In the plate event, Jeanette Smith (Kaikohe) with 4 wins, headed off Basil Stewart (Pakaraka) on 3 wins. BOWLS Coopers Beach Saturday, August 27. Players from Russell, Kerikeri, Kaeo, Far North RSA, Kaitaia Church Road, Kaitaia Combined, Houhora, Oruru, Waitangi, Kaikohe, Okaihau and Coopers Beach took to the greens to play four games of one hour 15 minutes: Results: 1st: Selwyn Hargreaves, Val Jones, Margaret Perry (Far North RSA) 4 wins, 27 ends, 69 points 2nd:Graham Hunt, Joan Goodhew, Joan Hunt (Far North R.S.A.) 4 wins, 23 ends, 50 points 3rd: Ray Thorburn, Bev Shand, Jean Piesse (Coopers Beach) 3 wins, 22 ends, 49 points. Good Sports and chocolate fish recipients: Anne Williamson, John Williamson, Dennis Wishnowsky Lillian Wells, Shirley Parris, Karlene Harrison. Many thanks to our generous sponsors kitchen and bar staff, greenkeeper, match committee. Next tournament: Mangonui Hotel Ray Johns Open Mixed Triples, Tuesday, September 20. Entries to: Margaret (09) 406-1191 or club (09) 406-0330.
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