Northern News : August 8th 2012
12 NORTHERN NEWS, AUGUST 8, 2012 SPORT Tender close 4pm on the 24th August 2012 All tenders to be submitted to L.J Hooker Kerikeri, 70 Kerikeri Road PO Box 722, Kerikeri. Contact Monika Naere 021 034 8440 www.ljhooker.com/B63GHC LJ Hooker Kerikeri 09 407 7899 Property Market BOI Ltd Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA 2008 A Piece of History We offer for sale by way of mortgagee tender - The old cheese factory managers home, right in the heart of Waimamaku. - Early 1900's 3 bedroom villa with original features on residential section. - Fireplace, T&G flooring, original inside doors, villa windows. - Garage and chook run, some fruit trees. 31 7231 State Highway 10, Waimamaku 138 Broadway, PO Box 614, Kaikohe Ph: 09 401 0895 Fax: 09 401 0897 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org d o ea s a e Lot 1 DP 143247 NA84D/714 1.0280 ha • Three bedrooms 1980's bungalow • Two carports • Views to Upper Waikare Inlet ON SITE VIEWING: Saturday 11th and 18th August 2012 from 11am-12pm Auction to be held at Kawakawa St John's Hall, Gillies Street at 1.p.m., on Thursday 23rd August 2012. Information packs can be obtained from Jane Ohlsen Mid North Real Estate Ltd: 09 4010895 or Mobile: 021 869 049 Licensed Real Estate Agent REAA2008 Mid North Real Estate Ltd MREINZ INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED AND PROUD TO BE SERVING THE MID NORTH MORTGAGEE AUCTION Private, Rural Location, Close to Opua/Paihia in the Beautiful Bay of Islands 4768213AB Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature Commercial building aims to get a rise out of buyers Icing on the cake: The bakery and cafe building attracts investors with spare dough. The building housing one of Northland s most pro- ductive boutique baker- ies has been placed on the market for sale. The single level prop- erty on Kerikeri Rd hosts one of the region s biggest cafes serviced by a bakery at the rear of the premises and a full commercial-grade kit- chen. The stand-alone free- hold building is on 756 square metres of land. It is being jointly mar- keted for sale through Bayleys Whangarei by Ross Blomfield and Chester Rendell of Bayleys Kerikeri. Located on the main road into Kerikeri just 500 metres from the town centre the building was constructed in 2004. It is tenanted by a large bakery/cafe and a commercial services business providing inter- net computer access as well as design/print and photocopying logistics. The bakery and adjoining retail outlet occupy 426sqm with indoor/outdoor seating capacity for up to 80 people and is operated seven days a week. It has its own 64sqm mezzanine level office. The copy centre has a 141-metre footprint. There is car parking for a total of 30 vehicles. Kerikeri Bakehouse has a six-year lease expiring in 2017 with a further six-year right of renewal and generates annual rent of $110,712. The second tenant, Antix Copy Centre, has a four-year lease expiring in 2014 with a further four-year right of renewal and generates $30,000 per annum. The property has a council valuation of $1.125 million. SCORES AND DRAWS GOLF Waitangi Golf Club July 25 mid-week women's Stableford competition: Merle Mounsey, 37, 1; Marilyn Atkinson, 32, 2, C/B Isobel Jagger, Raewyn Hanlon, 30, C/B Val Mack. August 1 Stableford competition: Isobel Jagger, 33, 1; Karon Stewart, 31, 2; Merle Mounsey, 29, 3. 9 hole Challenge Cup round 3 Stableford results: Ora Going, 13, 1; Margaret Day, 9; Cherry Lawrie, 9; Elaine Campbell, 9. Bay of Islands Kerikeri Golf Club It's been a great week for Frank Weber. In the last of the Club Match Play Championships the in-form Frank defeated Paul Cheeseman to become the 2012 Intermediate Champion. August 1 men's golf David Reid Homes Pairs best ball Stableford competition: 1 David Bailie-Bellew and Hone Mihaka 50 points; 2 Grant Campbell and Kevin Stratful 49; 3 Bong Wook Ha and Frank Weber 48. Twos winners: Red hot Frank Weber, John Latell, Kevin Stratful and Norm McLeod. August 4 men's 18 hole Stableford Haggle: The first three players all had 41 points, so the results are on count- back. 1 Bong Wook Ha, 2 David Potter and 3 Peter Nunn. The next three players also finished on the same score of 40 points, resulting in fourth place going to Paul Young, 5 Barry Spencer, who shot his age again and 6 Mike Perrin. Twos winners: Corey Armstrong, Bong Wook Ha and Mick Woods. BASKETBALL Third base Slam Zone Hoopstars Basketball August 1 results -- girls: TONC Thunder 55(AHepi23pts)v3rdbase26 (Margaret 16 pts); 3rd base 16 (Margaret and Iha 6 pts) v Kura Bingud 59 (Vernicia 11pts). Junior boys: Okaihau Green Machine 62 (Hama 28 pts) v Whangaroa Bluez 28 (Rataroa 22 pts); Kura Binorsom 36 (Raymond 17 pts) v Whangaroa JBs 30 (Rataroa 20 pts). Senior boys: Taipa 20 (Gary 7 pts) v Springbank (Baker 16 pts); Whangaroa Blazers 22 (Maurice 14 pts) v Uptown 29 (Levi 13 pts); Titans 43 (Jarom 22 pts) v Saints 33 (Tanz 14 pts) bye game. August 8 draw girls: Kura Bingud v 3rd base, court 2, 4.30pm; Kura Bingud v TONC Thunder, court 2, 5.15pm. Junior boys: Whangaroa Bluez v Kura Binorsom, court 1, 4.30pm; Whangaroa JB's v Okaihau College Green Machine, court 2, 5.15pm. Senior boys: Whangaroa Blazers v Taipa, court 1, 6pm; Uptown v Titans, court 2, 6pm; Springbank v Saints, court 1, 6.45pm bye game. 3rd base Slam Zone Secondary All Stars Invitational Tournament August 31: Junior Final - Huanui 34 v Kamo 20; Junior MVP James Martinec -- Huanui. Senior Final: Kamo 47 v Whangaroa Blazers 19; Senior MVP Klay Rouse -- Kamo. BRIDGE Kerikeri Bridge Club July 30 Craigs Singles N/S: 1 S Douglas and E Silich 60.23; 2 S Brown and M Driesbock 58.14; 3 E Briggs and Di Sadler 51.40. E/W: 1 J Harsveld and A Purdie 61.63; 2 A Chappell and L Hatrick 61.16; 3 L Purdie and L Smith 56.05. August 2 New World Pairs N/S: 1 J Cottle and P Shearstone 66.67; 2 L Purdie and L Smith 61.46; 3 A Chappell and& S Douglas 58.85. E/W: 1 L Hatrick and R Shearstone 56.14; 2 L Dickinson and D Skinner 55.56; 3 R Pool and W Sharland 54.68. Paihia Bridge Club July 31 Individual 1 N/S: 1 E Killen and D Wesson 60.00; 2 N Shuker and E Williamson 52.50; 3 C Fairweather and M Schmutzler 49.50. E/W: 1 A Bowey and L Smith 66.00; 2 M Atterwill and A M Sharp 56.50; 3 V Christmas and P Moffat 49.50. August 3 August Pairs 2 N/S: 1 A Bowey and Di Sadler 59.03; 2 V Christmas&TMorris 58.83;3PMoffat and D Wesson 40.97. E/W:1DMerchant & M Schmutzler 56.94; 2 M Atterwill and W Sharland 52.08; 3 B Jepson and A Thomson 47.22. BOWLS Coopers Beach Bowling Club Coopers Beach Bowling Club welcomed new sponsors Bay Audiology for their George and Hilda Thomas Open Mixed Triples on August 4. In pleasant sunny conditions 15 teams with players from Kaitaia Combined, Kaitaia Church Road, Houhora, Far North RSA and Kerikeri bowling clubs joined in with host club members to play four games of one hour 15 minutes on wins, points and ends. Results: 1 Trevor Smith, Kevin Hoult, Margaret Wildbore (Coopers Beach) 4 wins, 50 points, 23 ends; 2 Brian Bellas, Dianne Osborne, Anne Ace (Kaitaia Comb/Coopers Beach/Kaitaia Church Road) 4 wins, 45 points, 18 ends; 3 Christine Hodren, Judy Boag, Graeme Hodren (Kerikeri) 3.5 wins, 48 points, 21 ends. Patron, Geoff Herbert presented the prizes. Many thanks to our sponsors, kitchen, bar and greens staff, the match committee and all those who have supported the club throughout the winter programme. Get out the whites again for the first tournament of the 2012-13 season on August 25, Coopers Beach Four Square, Bob Parker Memorial Open Mixed Triples 9am start. Entries to Margaret on 09 406 1191 or the club on 09 406 0330. RUNNING AND WALKING Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers Meet 9am August 11 at Wiroa Bay for a walk through Waitangi Forest. Remember Klondike August 18. Inquiries to Kaye on 09 404 0720 or Ros 09 401 8833. Kerikeri Striders Multisports Club Road cyclists August 12 Opua return via Waimate. Meet at the police station, 8am. Shorter options too. Runners/walkers August 18 first meeting of a new run/walk group. Meet at Kingston House, 2pm for a walk/run in the area. Olympic hopefuls: 49er sailors Peter Burling, left, and Blair Tuke in action at the 2012 Olympics. Photo: CLIVE MASON Tuke, Burling huge effort New Zealand 49er sailing representatives Blair Tuke and Peter Burling, both from Kerikeri, have been showcasing their top skills in the lead-up to the finals at the 2012 London Olympics. At the time of going to print, Peter and Blair were in second place. They made the hard decision not to go to the Olympic opening cer- emony in London because their racing started just two days later. We ll head to the Lon- don Olympic village once the sailing has finished to be with the rest of the New Zealand team, Blair says. This is his first Olympics and Peter s second, having sailed the 470 in Beijing. For more photos go to our e-edition northernnews. co.nz.
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