Northern News : September 5th 2012
6 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 SPORT Due to popular demand we wish to continue for the month of September Buy one get one FREE any pork, Beef or Chicken Stir Fries dish off the dinner menu. Bookings essential PHONE 09 402 5555 4829292AA LAND PLANNING AND SURVEYING 90 Kerikeri Road PO Box 211, Kerikeri 0245 F 09 407 7366 email@example.com Ph: 407 9182 2598141AA Finals berth for Kerikeri Finals place: Kerikeri Bay Builder FC's Aiden O'Connor, right, runs free to score the winning goal. It was down to Auckland for the Kerikeri Bay Builders FC on Sat- urday to play their much fancied Auckland opponents Norwest United FC in the semifinal of the prestigious Federation Cup. Kerikeri played into the wind and with the first half coming to an end, Danny Spake pressed forward and applied pressure on his Norwest defender, who in turn kicked the ball into his own goal. At halftime the score stood at 1-0 to Kerikeri. In the second half Kerikeri made several changes, bringing on Dwayne Beazley and Simon Groos to bolster the attack against the opposition, but Norwest broke away and scored an equaliser. With five minutes to play Aiden O'Connor stepped up and struck a shot from inside his own half which flew over the keeper's outstretched hand and into the top corner of the goal, sending the travelling away supporters into raptures. The final whistle blew and the boys in yellow had secured their place in the final with a fulltime score of 2-1 to Kerikeri. Carter's player of the day was Steven Cleasby. Kerikeri's next game is on Sept- ember 8 against Tikipunga FC at Harmony Lane, 2pm in the semi- final of the Stafford Choat Cup. SCORES AND DRAWS BOWLING Coopers Beach Bowling Club Twenty-two teams with players from Kaeo, Kaitaia combined, Far North RSA, Houhora, Kerikeri, Oruru and Coopers Beach bowling clubs gathered to play in the Coopers Beach Four Square Bob Parker Memorial Open Mixed Triples on August 25. Being the Coopers Beach Bowling Club's opening day for the 2012-13 season, president Ron Payne welcomed everyone. There was a minute's silence to remember those we lost over the past season before Ron introduced the club executive, and then he called patroness Pat Rayner and past president Jack Hughes to deliver the first jack and bowl to declare the season officially open. Four games of 1 hour 15 minutes were played in pleasant conditions with the results being decided on wins, ends and points. Results: 1, Val Jones, Margaret Perry, Matt Jones (Far North RSA) 4 wins, 23 ends, 44 points; 2, Stef Hildreth, Mike Reddy, Connie Pene (Kaitaia comb) 3 wins, 24 ends, 56 points; 3, Kevin Briscoe, Mavis Topia, Chris Topia (Kaitaia comb) 3 wins, 23 ends, 40 points. Good sports (choc fish recipients): Bev Shand, Joy Lamb, Leo Geraghty. Patron Geoff Herbert presented prizes on behalf of our sponsors, Coopers Beach Four Square. Thanks to all who made the day a success. Next tournament Ray Johns Memorial Open Mixed Triples, September 18, Mangonui Hotel, 9am start. Entries to Margaret on 09 406 1191 or the club 09 406 0330. Kerikeri Bowling Club The season opening tournament took place September 1 with the Melrich Trophy Fours. Results: 1 David Norman, Terry O'Brien, Lou Vincen and Robin Norman; 2 Paul Vegar, Michael Savage, Trevor Dyer and Eileen Strongman; 3 Jon Young, Don Johansen, Jan James and Joy Shields. RUNNING AND WALKING Kerikeri Striders Multisports Club The club turned 30 this year, thanks to co-founders Heather and Jeff Matthews, and will be celebrating the milestone with a reunion dinner to reminisce about how good we once were or still are. The dinner will be held at 7pm on September 22 at Wharepuke Restaurant, Kerikeri Rd. Past and present members and friends are welcome, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Margie 09 401 9834 before September 8. Heather and Jeff will be at the dinner so please make an effort to attend -- the more the merrier. The next day, Sunday, we are having a fun run/walk plus a rowing competition in our clubrooms followed by a barbecue. Bay of Island Runners and Walkers Meet this Saturday 9am at the Orauta School. Inquiries phone Kaye on 09 404 0720 or Ros 09 401 8833. GOLF Waitangi Golf Club August 26 ladies LGU Results. Silver division: Lynda Scott, 80,1. Bronze I: Sue Whittaker, 81,1. Bronze II: Jocelyn Winslow, 73,1. Putting: Lynda Scott, 30, 1; Liz Mulcahy, 33, 2. Overall LGU Results July. Silver division: Merle Mounsey, 77, 1; C/B Carol Garland. Bronze I: Raewyn Hanlon, 78. Bronze II: Val Mack, 84, C/B Sandy Bridges. Overall LGU Results August. Silver division: Merle Mounsey, 78, 1. Bronze I: Jenny McDowell, 78, 1, C/B Raewyn Hanlon. Bronze II: Jocelyn Winslow, 73, 1. August 29 ladies Stableford results: Isobel Jagger, 34, 1; Ethel Campbell, 33, 2; Merle Mounsey,32, 3. 9-hole ladies: Stableford: Trish Clarkson, 10, 1; C/B Cherry Lawrie; Ora Going, 8, 3. Bay of Islands Kerikeri September1--onabusy day for men's golf, Scott Wilson held off the challenge of Alex Neely to win the Senior Stroke Play Championship. With rounds of 76, 73, 77 and 72, Scott won by just one stroke from Alex. It was also the final round of the Vets Stroke Play Championships, a stableford haggle, a shoot-out qualifier and members were playing for the RSA Trophy. In the vets stroke play Jim Chambers is the 2012 champion with 142, 2 Mick Woods also on 142 and 3 Murray Anderson on 143. In first place in the haggle with 42 points and winner of the 2012 RSA Trophy with a net 67 was Mark Jones, 2 in the haggle with 42 P K Kumar and 3 Brian Hansford 41. Phil Sharp was the only, very happy player to get a 2. Men's golf August 29 was a rain-affected David Reid Homes Single Stableford. Only 8 players completed 18 holes. Winner of division 1 Phil Sharp with 36, 2 David Potter 36, 3 Frank Weber 32. Division 2 winner Bob Wolff 37, 2 Barry Harrison 28. Twos winners: Peter Nunn, Phil Sharp, Barry Spencer and Paul Cheeseman. September 2 Bay of Islands Kerikeri hosted the Far North round of the Golfer Best Ball Challenge sponsored by Taylor Made Golf. Winners with an impressive 52 points were E Prime and K Prime from Kaikohe; 2 Nobi and Kuni Matsubara of BOI Kerikeri 47; 3 G Love and V Moffat of Whangaroa 47; 4 Ken Arkinstall and Kevin Eastlake BOI Kerikeri 47 and 5 C Jenkins and R Jerome BOI Kerikeri 46. BASKETBALL 3rd base Slam Zone Hoopstars August 29 results: Girls: Kura Bingud 39 v 3rd base 25; Kura Bingud 29 (Cheerish & Kona 8 pts) v TONC Thunder 26 (Brooklyn 10 pts). Junior boys: Okaihau College Green Machine 38 (Rewi 13 pts) v Whangaroa JB's 20 (Thomas, Josh, Jerome 6 pts); Kura Binorsom 56 (Raymond 14 pts) v Whangaroa Bluez 19 (Tawhiri 8 pts). Senior boys: Springbank 35 (Richardson 18 pts) v Titans 39 (Jarom 30 pts); Taipa 24 (Wiripo 9 pts) v Uptown 29 (Zsar 10 pts); 3rd base Combine 36 v Saints 25 bye game. September 5 playoffs draw. Girls: Kura Bingud v 3rd base, court 1, 4.30pm -- winner to play TONC in final. Junior boys: Okaihau College Green Machine v Whangaroa JB's, court 1, 5.15pm; Kura Binorsom v Whangaroa Bluez, court 2, 5.15pm -- winner's to play in final for 1st and 2nd, losers to play for 3rd and 4th. Senior boys: Uptown v Taipa, court 1, 6pm; Whangaroa Blazers v Titans, court 2, 6pm; Springbank v Saints, court 1, 6.45pm - winner's to play in final for 1st and 2nd, losers to play for 3rd and 4th BRIDGE Kerikeri Bridge Club August 27 McCondach Pairs N/S: 1 A Chappell & J Harsveld 67.26; 2 S Douglas & T Simmonds 58.93;3P&R Shearstone 55.65. E/W: 1 M Kennedy & D Russell 66.67; 2 W Douglas & M Wright 59.52; 3= V Pearson & G Smith and M Driesbock & L Hatrick 52.98. August 30 Bay of Islands Cup N/S: 1 S Brown&LHatrick 63.66; 2 L Dickinson&MKennedy 59.26; 3 J Cottle&LSmith55.56. E/W:1IMarr&MRuss 58.56; 2 S Parker & M Simmonds 55.56; 3 B McCondach&TSimmonds 54.17. Paihia Bridge Club August 28 2012 Individual (Howell): 1 P Moffat & Di Sadler 63.89; 2 M Atterwill&AMSharp 59.72; 3 J Arkinstall & A Thomson 57.64. August 31 2012 September Pairs 2 (Howell): 1= P Moffat & G Smith and M Butcher&TMorris 58.85; 3= C Fairweather & A Thomson and A Bowey & N Shuker 53.70. INDOOR BOWLS Inter Sub Association Bay of Islands scored a solid win over the Far North at Moerewa, August 25 and 26, winning 77.5 games to Far North's 66.5. Top scorer for the bays with a perfect 9 was Judy Bethel followed by Chris Watson on 7.5. Congratulations to Brad Sissons who scored a reputable 6 on his first outing for the Bays. August 28 Bay of Islands Open Singles held at Moerewa. A division was won by Chris Watson (Pakaraka) with 4 wins and 25.5 ends from Noel Bethel (Waipapa) on 4 wins and 23.5 ends. The reserve division was won by Bob Stubenitsky (Waipapa) with 4 wins, from Daisy Drummond (Pakaraka) on 3.5 wins. RUGBY LEAGUE Northern Swords The U17s Northern Swords rugby league team kicked off Campaign Twenty 12 over August 25/26 with a solid performance against Waicoa Bays at Toll Stadium, securing their first victory on the national stage with a 28-22 win. As a way of profiling the Northern Swords, Rugby League Northland are taking to the roads for their remaining home games. Little bit of Black Magic out on court Black Magic: Kerikeri High School netball team go out on a high note in the last games of the season. From left back row: Tayla Ebdale, Tyler Selwyn, Amy Douglas, Moana McFarlane, Olivia Frear, Coach Chantelle Selwyn. Front from left Tylah Inverarity, Shannen Frear and Tyler Vincent. Absent: Tawhi Rameka. The Kerikeri High School netball team, Black Magic, played their final games on August 25. It was a successful day for them winning first place in round 1 and runners-up in round 2. They also won best presented uni- form. Congratulations and thanks goes to all players, coaches and sup- porters. Netballer mingles at market day All round winners: St John Kawakawa Market last Sunday. From left: Wally Lipsham, Bundo Rangi, Gavin Davidson, Daniel Taylor, Temepara George, Chevy Taylor, Tane Thomas, Malcolm Francis and George Wilcox. The St John Kawakawa Market is held on the first Sunday of every month and last Sunday shoppers were in for a surprise. There to sign autographs was former Silver Ferns and North- ern Mystics netballer Temepara George, who happily mingled with the crowd. Proceeds from the market go to the St John op-shop. The Lions also use the market as an opportunity to fundraise, the proceeds of which go back into the community.
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