Northern News : February 22nd 2012
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The Meridian 93 Kerikeri Road Kerikeri 09 407 7099 www.lawnorth.co.nz p pen 7 Days For all your gardening & landscaping needs 09 4081092 End of line shrubs 2 for $5 Perennial clean out 4 for $5 It's time to get in and order your New season fruit trees and roses WOW End of season roses Now 50% off Great gifts, homeware, furniture & toys --- SO MUCH TO SEE Easy Parking • Superb Selection • Pay Us A Visit It's holiday time... Out with the old and in with the new. Relax and browse our jewellery, candles, glassware CNR SH10 & WAIMATE NORTH ROAD, KERIKERI 3KMS NORTH OF KERIKERI ROUNDABOUT PH 09 407 3058 - OPEN 7 DAYS 9.00am - 5.30PM Welcome to 2012 4383505AA SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Bay of Islands Kerikeri On Wednesday, February 8, 81 players took part in the David Reid Homes men's single stableford competition. Results -- division 1: 42 points Phil Sharp 1; 40 points Blair Houlihan 2; 38 points John Sinton 3. Division 2: 44 points Les Feasey 1; 41 points Will Gooch 2; 40 points Phil Minehan 3. Division 3: 42 points David Harrison 1; 42 points Peter Binstead 2; 41 points Jim Chambers 3. Two's winners: Jim Chambers, Les Feasey, Brian Hansford, Blair Houlihan, Steve McKay, Richard Robertson, Ron Sissons, Dennis Tanner and Mike Thompson. The start of the new season men's 18-hole golf on February 11 saw club champion Mike Perrin win the monthly medal, Barry Spencer shooting a gross score less than his age, Mike Simister winning the nett haggle and the welcome return of Rocket McKay after an injury layoff. Results of the Craigs Investment Partners sponsored monthly medal: Gross -- Mike Perrin 72; nett -- Mike Simister 65. The Haggle was won by Mike Simister 65, Barry Spencer 66 2, Brian Fletcher 68 3. Two's: Iain Carruthers, Mark Jones, Mike Perrin and Barry Spencer. Sunday, February 12, men's 18-hole was the North v South Challenge. Congratulations to the heroes of the north crushing the southern challenge. A lot of fun washadbyallandthedaywasa great success and it is now up to the south to issue a challenger to the victorious north at the end of the year. Wednesday, February 15, despite wet conditions 27 players competed in a stableford round on the front nine. Gay Furze was the winner with 23 stablefords, followed by Shirley Tubbs on 22 and Pam Dale, Brian Simpson and Christine Penney all on 21. Waitangi Sunday, February 12, Ladies Challenge Cup round 1: Carol Garland 38, 1; on C/B Lynda Scott, Marilyn Atkinson, 37, 3. Two's; Marilyn Atkinson. Wednesday, February 15 Ladies Challenge Cup round 1 was postponed until next Wednesday, February 22. Congratulations to the 9-hole pennant team who had a good win over Sherwood Park. Saturday, February 4, St John's Teams Tournament results: team Mark Js 1; Francois' 4 2; Damen's Demons 3; The Lucky Turtles 4; Marcos Men 5; The Dreamers 6. The winner of the Northland Trust Board Trophy was Ina Fielding of Kaikohe. The tournament raised almost $5000 which will go towards Life Packs for St Johns. The Waitangi Ladies 18-hole Open Tournament will be held on Thursday, March 1. Entry fee $20. The Waitangi Lions Teams Tournament will take place on Saturday, March 3. This is a fundraising tournament with proceeds going to Project Promise. Entries for these tournaments are being taken at the Pro Shop now. BOWLS Coopers Beach The club welcomed their new sponsor Healthy Homes Tai Tokerau for the Wrathall Rosebowl Open Mixed Triples held in very hot conditions on Saturday, February 11. With 17 teams, the locals joined in with visitors from Kaitaia Combined, Far North RSA, Oruru, Kaitaia Church Road and Kerikeri Bowling Clubs to play 4 games of 1 hour 15 minutes with the results being decided on wins, ends and points. Results: Jack Hughes, Kevin Hoult, Margaret Wildbore (Coopers Beach) 4 wins, 22 ends, 45 points 1; Linda Pedro, Johanna Hood, David Hood (Kerikeri) 3 wins, 21 ends, 54 points 2; Trevor Smith, Pat Rayner, Nancy Page (Coopers Beach) 3 wins, 21 ends, 42 points 3. Thanks to sponsors, visiting players, greenkeeper, bar staff, match committee and Melva and her helpers in the kitchen. RUGBY Northland Rugby Union High performance satellite programme training on post tackle technique, continuation of skill development and strength conditioning at Kerikeri Domain, 6pm Wednesday, February 22. Male and female players are encouraged to attend, you must be 14 years or over. NRU representative Nick Collins. BRIDGE Kerikeri Monday, February 13, opening singles Howell:1LHatrick & A Purdie 64.24; 2 T Simmonds & M Wright 59.72; 3 E Briggs & S Douglas 57.29; 4 J Harsveld & L Purdie 55.56. Thursday, February 16, championship singles Howell: 1 S & B Brown 62.89; 2 A Chappell & S Douglas 60.00; 3 J Cottle & R Shearstone 56.32; 4 J Harsveld & D Russell 55.79. Paihia Tuesday, February 14, February pairs 2 Howell: 1 B Jepson & Di Sadler 69.27;2TMorris & A Rosman 58.85;3VChristmas & P Moffat 58.80. RUNNING/ WALKING Bay of Islands Meet 8am Saturday, February 25, at Ludbrooks Rd, Pakaraka. The following week Saturday, March 3, Opononi sand dunes trip, barbecue afterwards. Phone Len (09) 404-0989, Barry (09) 404-0953 or Bert (09) 404-0147 for details. HORESRIDING Northland Trail Riding Club Despite hot conditions 40 riders took part in a fantastic ride on some wonderful and scenic farms on Sunday, February 19. Big thank you to Glen and Vicki Ireland, Joe and Matt King and John Bolton for allowing us to use their properties. The club is always appreciative to the generosity of landowners. Novice 15km: John Seymour riding Mickey 1; Karen Hagley riding Gem 2; Jean Semmens riding Ally 3; Jeanette Seymour riding Joker 4. Novice 25km: Megan Bramley riding Sunkiss 1; Pam Wordley riding Willow 2; Christine Bramley riding Rio 3; Caitlin Reed riding Nikita 4. Intermediate 20km: Ross Matheson riding Navada 1. The next ride will be held in Waihui, Sunday, March 18. Keep up to date with our Facebook page Northland Trail Riding Club or contact Adele Maraki on (09) 4019-444 or adelemaraki@ ihug.co.nz for more details. CROQUET Kerikeri An all-day tournament was held on Friday, February 10, by the Kerikeri Croquet Club. Both association and golf croquet were played, with teams competing from Kaitai to Whangarei. Results: Interclub golf croquet, Kerikeri drew with Whangarei. Association croquet: Whangarei 3, Kerikeri 1. Mercedes Benz top prize in tourney There's more than fish and honour at stake when fishers line up to take part in the Zane Grey International One Base Fishing Tourna- ment next month. The tournament is being held out of Russell from March 7 to 10 and is expected to draw inter- national competition. Competitors will be hoping to land a 145.4kg- plus or minus 500g striped marlin to qualify them to win a Mercedes Benz C250 CGI Coupe being offered by event sponsors Carribean Boats NZ. It's shaping up to be a huge event,'' president of the Bay of Islands Swordfishing Club and tournament convener Trevor Woolston says. We've had inquiries from the USA, South Africa and Australia.'' The weight set as the target fish is the same size caught by Zane Grey on March 7,1926. Call Trevor Woolston on 027-492-5600.
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