Northern News : September 28th 2011
23 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 28, 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 TE AHU CINEMA Corner Church & South Roads, KAITAIA Ph (09) 408 0519 tanoa paihia hotel, bay of islands Authentic Indian Restaurant 5 Joyces Road, Paihia, Ph: (09) 402 7911, Email: email@example.com Quality and Service comes first and our main focus is to look after our locals New Menu www.tanoahotels.com v v v v v vvvv v 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 ZOOKEEPER (PG) NEW Thurs 29th 7.30pm. Fri 30th 5.30pm. Sat 1st 3pm, 5pm. Sun 2nd 2pm. Wed 5th 7.30pm. MR POPPER'S PENGUINS (G) Fri 30th 5.45pm. Sat 1st 5pm. BILLY T: TE MOVIE (PG) Thurs 29th 2pm. Sat 1st 3.15pm. Sun 2nd 2.15pm COWBOYS & ALIENS (M) Fri 30th 7.30pm. Sat 1st 7.30pm COMING SOON THE SMURFS (G) RISE OF THE PLANT OF THE APES (M) Thurs 29th 7.45pm. Fri 30th 7.45pm. Sat 1st 7.45pm. Wed 5th 7.45pm. VISITORS AND NEW MEMBERS WELCOME THE RUGBY'S HERE 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 1st October 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 Volleyball dishes up great games Another excellent night of volleyball was played last Tuesday as the west- ern community packed out the Northland Col- lege gym with players and spectators. There were some great games and while there appears to be two clear leaders, The Bros and Trust Us, the compe- tition is still tight in the middle of the table. Tautoro Commodores beat favourites The Wanderers in a close match 50 to 48. Kap s Crew picked up a great win over Taiamai Soldiers 59 to 41, but were then beaten by Tauatoro Commodores 52 to 57 in yet another close match. Trust were back in great form picking up two bonus points by scor- ing over 65 points in both of their games. The Bros also picked up two wins, one of which was over the unpredictable Wanna G s. The social team of Make up Your Mind took two heavy losses but enjoyed their night, which is all that is asked of them. Tournament organiser Ryan Maraki says finals will be held on October 7. St John tips on tackling thumb injury St John has timely first aid tips about what to do if someone is injured on the rugby field. Players can sometimes sprain their thumbs if they land from tackles with their hands out. Signs and symptoms can include pain when the thumb is bent backwards, pain in the web of the thumb when it is moved and swelling over the joint at the base of the thumb. The player may find it hard to pinch or grip small objects such as the post-match soft drink and bruising usually develops over one to two days. You can help by ensur- ing the injured area is rested. Short-term rest, a day or two, helps relieve pain. Gentle movement can then be encouraged provided it is not associ- ated with worsening pain. Ice will reduce pain --anicepackcanbe applied for 10-30 minutes and repeated with 20-30 minute gaps if pain persists. Elevation above the level of the elbow is indicated for pain and swelling. That is recommended for the first one or two days but should not interfere with gentle movement as above. Pain relief, such as paracetamol or ibu- profen, is recommended for one to two days. See a doctor or physiotherapist if there is severe pain or the patient can t move the thumb or symptoms do not improve in two days. Go to www.stjohn.org.nz for more first aid tips or to enrol in a first aid course. Roller Mills website info A big thank you to Mike McCarthy for the use of information from his website www.rollermills rugby.co.nz for our Roller Mills Rugby Feature September 21 and 22. Mike would like to hear from anyone inter- ested in the Roller Mills. Email him on mike@ rollermillsrugby.co.nz. Get in now for summer hockey Winter is almost over and a new season is opening for summer sports. The Bay of Islands Hockey Association registrations are open for the Summer Hockey League. The three divisions are adult/collegiate 11-a-side; junior 8-a-side (7-12 years); and social 6-a-side (all ages). The full field adult/collegiate division will run on Tuesdays from 4pm starting on October 11. It will cost $10 per player a season. The full field junior division will run on Wednesdays from 4pm starting on October 12. It will cost $2 per player and equipment can be supplied for those want- ing to give hockey a go. The half field social division will start on October 13 and will cost $20 per player/season. The competition is avail- able to all players and if you don t have a team BOI Hockey can find you one. Register with Ann on (09) 401-0268 or email her at tobinhnz@ xtra.co.nz. SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Kaikohe Sunday, September 9 the Club held the Matchplay Club Champs finals. In the Senior Division Ryan Maraki beat Geno Tauteka in a very close match winning on the 18th, while Nelson Reuben beat John Tana 4 and 3 to claim the Intermediate title. Jim Harrison beat newbie Warren Barrington on the 19th to win the Junior division and Clem Lawrence yet again won the D Grade division unchallenged. The course was in an excellent condition and playing well despite the blustery conditions. The stableford haggle results: Nelson Rueben 39 points, Becky Gray 38 points, Pete Smith 37 points, Joe Murray 36 points, Marsh Tana 36 points, Ryan Maraki Best Gross, Hone Mihaka won a Chicken. All members should be aware that the Stokeplay Club Champs are coming up, with the first round being held on October 8. The club will be starting Twilight Golf on October 28. The competition will run through to December 16. Twilight golf is a nine- hole competition that is open to all golfers regardless age, gender and ability. The tee will be open from 4.30pm to 6pm and will cost $5 for adults and $2 for students. Prizegiving will happen every night, beverages will be available. For inquiries contact Ryan Maraki on 027-588-5867 or Richard Smith on 405-3814. Okaihau Last weekend was the final round of the stroke play champs with 27 holes played before the rain settled in for the afternoon. Winning the senior division was new club member Darryl Birchall with a comfortable win. Winning the Intermediate division was Les Rangihuna who fought a close final round with Nigel Turner and Tony Drader before securing the win. Winning the Junior division with a good final round score was Steve Henderson coming in comfortably ahead of runner up Rap Stevens. Warren Gould managed to take the D grade division with Dave Openshaw runner-up. The haggle was a nett haggle over the 27 holes with Warren Gould taking it out with a nett 95.5. Next in line was Steve Henderson with nett 100.5 with Jack Studd close behind on 101.5. Results: W Gould 95.5, S Henderson 100.5, J Studd 101.5, R Stevens 105.5, L Rangihuna 108, K Joyce 108, B Rosevear 108.5, T Rollinson 111, G Webb, B Andersen 111.5, N Turner 112.5, T Drader 112.5, D Openshaw 112.5, A Spray 113, P Cullen 113.5. Next Sunday we are back to our normal haggle with a 10.30am tee off. RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Islands Runners & Walkers Meet this Saturday, October 1, at 9am at Alan and Dot Dadson's 69 Mataraua Rd. Last Saturday, the last of the Klondike series and the 50th anniversary was a big success. Many people attented the celebration and all had a good lunch at the Moerewa Klondike pub. It was a celebration of Len Field's 80th birthday and the birth of the club 50 years ago thanks to Len. The last event of the year will be the Beachside Holiday Park handicapped run/ walk from Kawakawa to Opua, a walk/run of 19km on October 15. A perfect training run for the Kerikeri half. Inquiries call Gea on 405-7773 or Bert on 404-0147. EQUESTRIAN Northland Trails Riding Club Our season opener was held in the Aupouri Forest on Sunday, September 25. The course was a mix of stunning scenic forest trails and breathtakingly beautiful 90 mile beach riding. It was the first ride of its kind to be held in the far north and we had our largest field of horses and riders to date with 59 competitors coming from near and far to compete. The weather held out long enough for a great ride with some interesting results. 10km Novice 1st equal Tara Henderson riding Okey, Danielle O'Connor riding Deano; 2nd Paula Ryan riding Inky; 3rd Suzanne Duff riding Hammer; 4th Diana Wade riding Sting. 20km Novice 1st Trina Cowie riding Flash; 2nd Jeanette Seymour riding Joker; 3rd Catherine Bew riding Cammie; 4th John Seymour riding Micky. 20k Intermediate 1st Kelly Stratton riding Blaze; 2nd Lohnet Veza riding Star; 3rd Kary Robertson riding Troy Boy. INDOOR BOWLS Kaikohe Links Club Due to odd numbers attending the triples tournament some teams had just two players competing. Winners: Yvonne Hamilton, Ron Penney & Gladys Maddox (3 wins, 41 points), R/Up: Nigel & Ingrid Munford (2 wins, 39 points). Tonight Wednesday, we meet at 5.30pm for mat cleaning. Wednesday, October 5, we meet 6pm at Wildspur Lodge for AGM followed by dinner and prizegiving. For those present and ex members wishing to attend the dinner, contact Julia on 401-1018 asap. BRIDGE Kerikeri Monday, September 19 Pairs N/S: 1 E Briggs & M Neumann 55.65; 2; S Douglas & S Parker 55.36;3IMarr&KSmitheram 52.08. E/W: 1 L Hatrick & R Shearstone 61.88; 2 J Harsveld & Di Sadler 58.63; 3 J Berrington & A Hartstein 56.55. Final September Pairs: 1 L Hatrick & R Shearstone 65.91; 2 M & T Simmonds 58.50; 3 J Berrington & A Hartstein 54.21. Thursday 22 Bay Of Islands Cup N/S:1H&C Thomas 60.14; 2= M Neumann & R Shearstone 56.62; 2= L Dickinson & M Kennedy 56.62. E/W: 1D Skinner&DWilson 56.71; 2 P deRidder & S Norton 55.32; 3 S Parker & R Pool 52.76. Final Bay Of Islands Cup 1 L Dickinson & M Kennedy 59.70; 2 Di Sadler & V Sexton 53.92; 3 D Russell & M Wright 52.76. LEAGUE Ngapuhi Masters Rugby League Tournament Organised by Willie Maihi for Labour Weekend. Mr Maihi says an invitation has been extended to Wallabies player Quade (The Blade) Cooper to appear as an honoured guest at the tournament. Mr Maihi says there are some exciting prizes to be won at the tournament including a kauri trophy and cash prizes. To qualify for the tournament, Mr Maihi says all players must be living in the areas of Kaikohe, Kaitaia, Bay of Islands, Dargaville or Whangarei. For more information contact Willie Maihi firstname.lastname@example.org or Heart of the North 405-3996.
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