Northern News : October 19th 2011
18 NORTHERN NEWS, OCTOBER 19, 2011 SPORT 3814707AG Bay of Islands Veterinary Services www.bayvets.co.nz Kerikeri 407 7354; Kaikohe 401 1536; Paihia 402 8584; Kawakawa 404 0842; Waipapa 401 6654 Our mild winter will increase flea and tick infestations Act NOW to protect your pet and home before the flea lifecycle accelerates Fight & Protect Against Fleas and Ticks Now! *Frontline Plus purchases eligible for Pet Club Points. After 110 points, get $5 - $8 off your next purchase. Certain conditions apply. When purchasing Frontline Plus* from Oct -- Dec, be in the draw for 1 of 2 top quality Dyson Cordless Multifloor Vacuum cleaners 4072925AC Open 7 days 8.30am -- 5.00pm Eftpos available 4kms north of Taipa on State Highway 10 Ph: 09 406 0813 • www.rolgc.co.nz Where Plants don't cost the earth New container load of glazed pots arrived in store Great colours, great sizes, great shapes. We import direct so you save! King Seeds We stock a large range of Kings Heirloom and organic varieties Email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring us to receive our monthly email newsletter about What's "Hot" at the "River of Life" Interest Free -- No Repayments for 12 Months on ALL Mowers!* *SEE IN_STORE FOR DETAILS "BUILD IT STRONG, KEEP IT SIMPLE" Park brake integrated with steering levers -- never forget to set or release it again! The simplest to use height adjuster system -- adjust on the go from the seat. Proper bearings with up to 4 year warranty (applies to blade spindles too) Quality engines by Honda, Kohler and Kawasaki Dual fuel tanks for all day mowing -- built in cup holders Low centre of gravity and wide track for brilliant stability and safety Dual hydrostatics for precise zero -turn manoeuverability So heavy-duty you can stand on it Lifetime warranty on the leading edge of the mowing deck. Welded deck not a lightweight pressed shell! Lifetime warranty on the heavy welded frame -- Thicker in all the right places SH10, Waipapa. Phone 09 407 8412 Renton Tractors & Machinery Upto4 Years Warranty! Model Picture: Hustler Fastrak Super Duty 40E William Pickering Drive, Albany (09) 415 3647 / 0800 327 476 www.easiroll.co.nz One piece roof with Easiroll -- no dirty joins or overlays Enhance Your Outdoor Living Area • Keep the view and block out the weather with our roll up blinds • Suppliers of Laserlite -- Twinwall -- Polycarbonate Sheet 3970023AC SCORES AND DRAWS RUNNING/WALKING Bay of Island Runners & Walkers Meet this Saturday, October 22, at 9 am at St Johns Kawakawa for a run/walk around Mill Rd. The Beachside Holiday Park 19km handicapped fun run/walk from Kawakawa to Opua will be held on November 5. Start is at the carpark of the Star Hotel, Kawakawa, and after a scenic course the finish is at the Beachside Holiday Park. After the event prizegiving and barbecue will be held at the Holiday Park. Entry fee is $10 before November 1 (late entry fee $15). Any inquiries or to enter call Gea on 405-7773 or Bert on 404-0147 or email geahadderingh@ xtra.co.nz. BRIDGE Kerikeri Monday, October 10, Daylight Saving Handicap Pairs N/S: 1 J Cave&MWright 66.06; 2 B McCondach & G Smith 57.86; 3 S Parker & M Simmonds 57.24. E/W 1 A Boyd & E Briggs 67.61; 2 M Driesbock & P Shearstone 62.00; 3 J Berrington & Di Sadler 50.73. Thursday October13 Harry Martin Pairs: Howell 1 L Dickinson & D Skinner 71.37; 2 J Cottle & P deRidder 70.73; 3 A Boyd & Di Sadler 60.19;4S&B Brown 59.72. Paihia Tuesday, October11 Handicap Pairs 1 N/S: 1 EKillen & T Morris 56.94; 2 J Arkinstall & Di Sadler 49.31; 3 V Christmas & A Thomson 48.61. E/W 1 P Hirzel & E Williamson 64.58; 2 C Fairweather & R Toplis 55.56; 3 N Cunningham & M Neumann 46.53. Friday, October 14, B Oates Handicap Series 2 Session 4 N/S: 1 V Christmas & T Morris 61.81; 2 Di Sadler & W Sharland 51.39; 3 D Sadler&AMSharp 49.31. E/W: 1 J Arkinstall & N Cunningham 59.72; 2 M Atterwill & E Williamson 54.86; 3 C Fairweather & D Merchant 48.61. Final B Oates Handicap Pairs Series 2: 1 J Arkinstall 56.82; 2 W Sharland 56.46; 3 T Hellberg 55.85. CROQUET Kerikeri Interclub Association Croquet: Kamreen Lawson, Barbara Skudder, Margaret Lindsay played Kaitaia Croquet Club Kaitaia 4 Kerikeri 2. Golf Croquet: Rilla Jeffs, Sue McLeod, Lois Wilkinson, Gaye Fletcher played Waipu Croquet Club Waipu 14 Kerikeri 10. GOLF Bay of Islands Men's 18-Hole, Saturday, October 15, was the second and final round of the Vets Stroke Play Champs. It was also a Net Haggle and McLeods Lawyers Shoot Out qualifying round. Vets Stroke Play Champ for 2011 is Mick Woods with a two round nett total of 133. Second was Brian Hansford with 139 and third Alan Robertson with 140. Mick won the nett haggle with a 67. Second, also with 67, was Chris Williams and third with 68 was Robin Jamieson. Mick's day would have been complete had it not been for a French-speaking Irish referee with a French name! Two's winners were Mark Bennett, Iain Carruthers, Kevin Eastlake, Les Feasey, Neil Sorensen, Scott Wilson and Paul Young. The final of the club's premier men's pairs competition, congratulations go to Brad and Ron Sissons who were victorious over Maurice Penney and Sam Polovnikoff. LABOUR DAY DEADLINE Due to Labour weekend, we need all sport stories and draws by 9am, Friday, October 21 for Northern News and Bay Chronicle. BOI swimmers excel Ready for the race: David Clarke from BOI Swimming Club. Ready to make a splash: Kendra Scott from BOI swimming club. It was standing room only at the Bay of Islands Swimming Club Annual Spring Cham- pionships three-day event which took place at Kawakawa last month. The event was enthusiastically supp- orted by teams from across Northland and beyond with a record number of entries. The BOI Swimming Club has seen a 100 percent increase in the number of competitive swimmers this season with other Northland clubs reporting increased membership. The BOI Spring Championships always finish with the exciting skins knockout sprint events. The male and female events were keenly con- tested with Haydn Jur- isich and Carla Marsh, both BOI swimmers, winning their respective races. The next swimming carnival is at Kawakawa on Sunday, October 30, which includes the excit- ing Lions 20 person relay. Fulltime head coach John Clarke announced two new regional squads to help develop top swimmers. Junior and senior squads will benefit from regular training sessions to be held at Kawakawa, Whangarei and Dargaville. BOI Swimming Club is well represented in both squads. Well done the following swimmers who will be taking part in the new squads: Juniors -- Logan Gaualofa, Ben Turner, Ruby Hull, Khayshia Beckmann, Nyena Weeds. Seniors -- Haydn Jurisich, Bailey Maihi, Harry Pearson, Christina Beckmann, Sinead Boyd, Jayne Clarke, Ashlee Crane, Cheyenne Field, Oceane Maihi, Carla Marsh. Anyone interested in joining the BOI Swim- ming Club should con- tact John Clarke at swimcoach@rocket mail.com. Sports awards on soon The Far North District Council Sports Awards are being held at The Northerner in Kaitaia on October 29. A list of finalists is available online at www.sportnorthland. co.nz. The guest speaker will be Daniella Smith, cur- rent world women's box- ing champion. Tickets can be purchased from Mid North Real Estate in Kaikohe, Community Fitness Kerikeri or any of the council staff. NEWS Send us your news stories. Call us on (09) 405-2040 or email us on email@example.com. We are also available online at www. northernnews.co.nz.
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