Northern News : September 14th 2011
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You can call Satellite Express on 0800 000 479 Advertisement am369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pmam369noon369pm Tide Movement and Height for Russell © Fishing Calendar by Bill Hohepa Tide Data © LINZ TIDE & WEATHER GUIDE 3 2 1 0 Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Russell Opua Whangaroa Mangonui Houhora Ahipara Opononi Kerikeri Weather Forecast for Northland m For the latest weather information including Weather Warnings Isolated showers. Cold southwesterlies easing slowly and tending westerly at night. Occasional showers. Fresh southwesterlies. Showers from afternoon, some heavy. Change southwest and strengthening in exposed places. Showers easing. Winds tending north- west later. Northwest- erlies. A period of rain developing. W tending northerly. Becoming fine. Light winds. Fine weather with little wind. 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The festival is designed to showcase the history, culture and connections which make Waitangi and Northland special places to visit. The Bledisloe Cup will be at the Rugby Greats dinner at the Copthorne Resort on October 17. It will be on public display for the festival in a symbolic reconfirmation of the historic associations between Lord and Lady Bledisloe, Waitangi and sport in New Zealand. In 1932 Lord and Lady Bledisloe bought the Wai- tangi estate and gifted it to the people of New Zealand. The same year the Bledisloe Cup was gifted to the New Zealand Rugby Union and in 1935 became the premier trophy for New Zealand-Australia clashes. The Rugby Greats dinner features five identities of New Zealand rugby. Fifty-five test match vet- eran Frank Bunce, New Zea- land and Hurricanes legend- ary fullback Christian Cullen, Michael Jones, for- mer captain and 39-test vet- eran Ian Kirkpatrick and for- mer All Black Mark Bull'' Allen who will MC the din- ner. The festival will also fea- ture the game of ki-o-rahi, a fast-paced traditional ancient Maori contact sport which attracted international inter- est through the 28th Maori Battalion that introduced the unique sport to Europe dur- ing World War Two. The sport is still played in parts of France, Italy and the United States and is under- going a renewal of interest in New Zealand where it had its origins. A juniors' tournament open to all interested children under 10 will be staged on the Waitangi National Trust's grounds opposite the Visitor Centre on October 18. The same day Bull Allen, Christian Cullen and Ian Kirkpatrick will line up as celebrity chefs at a festival barbecue. They will also be available to sign autographs for their fans. On October 18 and 19, award-winning wines and cheese will be available for sampling, cultural perform- ances will be staged, tra- ditional Maori crafts and arts will be on display, including carving and weaving demon- strations by some of New Zealand's leading practi- tioners. There will be a farmers' market and Wai- tangi's First Estate wine will be launched at wine and cheese evenings. The festival is designed to complement Rugby World Cup 2011 but it also provides a unique opportunity for the whole community to enjoy Northland's heritage and cul- ture in a special way. SCORES AND DRAWS TOUCH Kaikohe Registration is on September 15 and 22 at Lindvart Park, 5.30pm- 7pm. Contact George on 021-967-990. BRIDGE Kerikeri September 5, pairs N/S: 1 R Pool and P Shearstone 58.63; 2 A Chappell and J Forder 56.55; 3 J Harsveld and Di Sadler 54.76. E/W: 1 T and M Simmonds 62.80; 2 M Driesbock and A Ellis 61.01; 3 L Hatrick and R Shearstone 56.85. September 8, Bay of Islands Cup N/S: 1 J Cottle and P de Ridder 61.11; 2 D Russell and M Wright 58.70; 3 M Driesbock and T Simmonds 56.67. E/W: 1 L Dickinson and M Kennedy 58.15; 2 A Chappell and H Fieldsend 55.00; 3 J and R Berrington 54.26. Paihia September 6, championship pairs 1 N/S: 1 B Jepson and L Smith 61.67; 2 C Fairweather and M Neumann 55.83; 3 W Sharland and D Wesson 49.58. E/W: 1 P Hirzel and R Toplis 65.42; 2 Di Sadler and E Williamson 57.08;3PMoffat and B Oates 54.58. September 9, pairs 3 (Howell): 1 P Hirzel and R Toplis 68.06; 2 A M Sharp and N Shuker 56.25; 3 M Atterwill and Di Sadler 54.17. INDOOR BOWLS Northland August 20-21, champion of champions pairs and singles. Winer of the singles was Di Ross from Kawakawa RSA. Runner-up was Lyn Pooley from Manganui. The winner of the pairs was Joh Teirney and Ealeen Rawson from North End and runner-up was Kia Ward and Graeme Ward from Kauri club. Northland held its centre triples in Kaitia on September 4. There were 14 teams entered with only four teams qualifying. They were Peter Sole, Lyn Pooley, Janet Sole; Inez Bunting, Connie Celablo, Lyn Nisbet; Chris Watson, Trudy Watson, Judy Bethel; Lillian Christini, Don Christini, Mike Hampton. Semifinals: Sole beat Bunting 9-8. Watson beat Christini 7-6. Finals: Watson beat Sole 11-3. The club is playing the Sinclair Cup at Portage Rd in Auckland on September 18, 9am start. The teams are: 1 Judy Johnston Mike Riceman, 2 Chris Watson, Kath Love, 3 Peter Sole, Jeanette Smith, 4 Kia Ward, Basil Stewart. 5 Kerry Manson, Eryl Nolan, Inez Bunting, Doreen Richards, 6 Gary Steele, Pauline McKinley, Wendy Collis, Les Harvey. 7 Trudy Watson, Bob McKinley, Janet Sole, Evan Yates. 8 Lillian Christini, Eddie McCarthy, Karina Moore, Jayden Tunstall. Kaikohe A fun night with varying challenges and lots of laughter. Winner on the night was Yvonne Hamilton 3 wins 42 pts, runner- up Ron Penney with 2 wins 28 pts. Tonight, Wednesday is a triples tournament. A reminder that names and numbers will be required for the up coming dinner and prizegiving on October 5, phone Julia on 401-1018. GOLF Okaihau The rain held off for the All Irons roun. Last year's defending champ Alan Spray was back ready to defend his title but Tony Drader and Trevor Thomson managed to come in joint winners with 37 stableford points to take the trophy off Alan's hands. Runner- up was Shane Murray with 36 stablefords followed by Rap Stevens on 35. Results: T Drader 37, T Thomson 37, S Murray 36, R Stevens 35, A Spray 33, L Rangihuna 33, G Webb 32, B Andersen 31, W Gould 30, N Turner 30, A Donaldson 27, M Hewer 27, D Birchall 27. Next Sunday is the second round of the strokeplay championships with 27 holes and a 9am tee off. Bay of Islands Nine hole, round two of the Champion of Champions strokeplay was played in top conditions with fast greens. Once again Dawn Armstrong took the honours with a gross of 48, closely followed by Ann Robinson on 49 and Roz Simpson on 50. The men's division was won by Neil Keating on 52 and Cary Nock second place with 53. Whangaroa August 31, Women, putting for points. Silver/Bronze, 1 P Weber 28, P Maddren 31; Bronze 2/3, E Hayes 29, M Tansey 32, I Yardley 33. September 1, haggle, men, B Rouse 44, A Manukau 38, G Foster 38, P O'leary 38, D Tobin 38, I Easterbrook 37. Women, S Dangen 40 (69 gross) T Nikora 34. September 4, men net, seniors, L Berridge 60, B Sherman 65, T Logan 66, G Foster 69. Juniors, D Archibald 64, A Manukau 67, J Parker 69. Top Dog final, T Logan and S Dormer v S Blagrove and K Elliot. September 5, vets, men, B Voss 42, W Bray 42, W Wattes 38, T Miliona 38. Women, J Henry 41, M Tansey 38, V Moffat 37. Nearest to the pin V Moffat and T Miliona.Twos N Lees. RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Islands September 17, 9am at Gea's place, 74 Rawene Rd. The next event will be the last in the Klondike series for this year on September 24. The course is an out and back run/walk using part of the railway track in Moerewa, 5km or 10km. Entries should be in by September 20. This same day (September 24) the club celebrates its 50th anniversary. All members and past members are invited for a special lunch at the Klondike pub -- $10. Please let us know if you're joining in for catering. Calll Gea on 405-7773 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Canadian team takes time out in Kaikohe Playing with the stars: Kaikohe 1st XV girls are treated to a game of touch with the visiting Canadian rugby team. Story P3.
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