Northern News : October 17th 2012
23 NORTHERN NEWS, OCTOBER 17, 2012 SPORT Northern Dance Academy presents presents Tickets available from Poppies Bookstore Kerikeri or email: email@example.com LA FILLE GARDÉE MAL THE REBELLIOUS DAUGHTER Door Sales will be available if tickets not sold prior OCTOBER 26TH & 27TH AT THE TURNER CENTRE Matinee: 11am / Evening: 6.30 pm Supported by the Northern Dance Society. Secretary - Ph 09 401 9140 4926756AA Thank you to the major sponsors of this event. 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 The powerful finale of the 2012 BBC Proms season , screened direct from the Royal Albert Hall in London. Adults $25.00, Seniors/Students $20.00 4730415AN KELVIN CRUICKSHANK SOUL FOOD SHOW Copthorne Hotel & Resort Waitangi Friday 19th October 7.00pm - 9.30pm www.iticket.co.nz $65 plus booking fee www.kelvincruickshank.co.nz 4932811AA Thai Garden Café is now GREEN'S -- t & * Thai meals will be prepared by same team of Thai chefs ** Gluten Free meals are available fal Thai & Indian Meals Under One Roof in PAIHIA ice of Ch ho oiice o of T Traditiona Traditiona Thi & Idi C C C C C C Ch h h h h h ho o o oi C C C C C C C C C Ch h h h h h h ho o o o oi i Indian & Thai Food Available For Bookings Contact THE FRETTZ BLUES / ROCK HOREKE TAVERN 19th October @ 8pm $5 cover charge Labour Weekend Dial for our Van - Mon, Thur, Fri, Sat & Sun. 5pm onwards Please phone 09 - 4012368 to be picked up. Kaikohe RSA Join now only $30 to be a member Watch the big screen by our warm fire Enjoy the friendship of other members TAB Now available Messenjahz 19th October - 7pm Tickets $10 pre-sold $15 on the day Tickets available at the Kaikohe RSA 4919561AA R18 Quiz Night - Wednesdays Karaoke - Thursdays Pioneer Restaurant & Bar SH10 Waipapa Ph: 09 407 4761 Bar or 09 407 4764 Restaurant Restaurant Opening Hours: Tuesday -- Sunday 11am -- 9pm Courtesy Van Available (Thursday - Saturday) Dine by the Open Fire Vouchers up for grabs each night Saturday 19th October Back by popular demand top Auckland Band DIRTY DOZEN October Beer & Wine Special Speights Gold Metal Ale $5 per Handle Imprint White Wine $5 per Glass 4491146AO Yachts setting sail Get set, go: The start of the 2011 Auckland to Russell Coastal Classic yacht race. Photo: PHIL WALTER The New Zealand Multi- hull Yacht Club Coastal Classic starts off Devon- port Wharf this Friday at 10am. It finishes at the Russell Wharf in the Bay of Islands. The 31st Auckland to Russell classic is set to attract up to 200 yachts, from world-class ocean racers to family cruisers. Newcomer to the race fleet, TP52 Kia Kaha, is expected to be at the sharp end of the mono- hulls. Formerly known as Valkyrie, Lexus and Bigamist, the boat was sailed by Russell Coutts in 2005. Kia Kaha was imported from San Diego last year by well-known Opua sailors Chris and Manuela Hornell. Recognition for sporting stars Olympic silver medallist Blair Tuke has been named sportsperson of the year at the 2012 Far North District Council Sports Awards. The Kerikeri sailor, who placed second in the 49er class at the London Olympics with Tauranga sailor Peter Burling, was one of more than 40 sportspeople to be hon- oured at the awards hos- ted by the Council and Sport Northland in Kai- taia on Friday night. Tuke was also named Juken New Zealand Ltd Sportsman of the Year. Top Energy Ltd Sportswoman of the Year was Kerikeri hockey player Elley Miller who has represented New Zealand at under-18 level and is currently a New Zealand under-21 World Cup squad mem- ber. The Northland Stin- grays Senior A inline hockey team were named Riders Sport Depot Team of the Year. Other winners were: Carters Masters Sportsperson of the Year: Frances Piacun (waka ama). Mayor Awards: Steve Crene (jetsprinting), Jayne Clarke (mounted games), Klay Lanigan (rodeo) and Christian Huriwai (unicycling). ASB Youth Achieve- ment Awards: Blake Hodges (boxing), Samuel Tzikoucos (unicycling), Rachel Martin (athletics/ bike/triathlon), Kenny Mokoraka (bowls) and Rupert Mark (football). ASB Code Awards: Imogen Hull and EJ Nathan (athletics), Ash- ley Dye and Atama O'Connell (basketball), Monte Pawa (bowls), Tegan Newman (eques- trian), Alex Neeley (golf), Stevie Newsome and Andrew Van der Linden (gymsport), Elley Miller (hockey), Georgia Grimme (inline hockey), Oceane Maihi (netball), Tarei Patuwai (power- lifting), Arihiana Marino and Jack Ram (rugby), Jaydenn Bentley-Hape (rugby league), Blair Tuke (sailing), Aroha Heta (shooting), Jayne Clarke, Haydn Jurisich and Daniel Gaualofa (swimming), Riley Phillips-Harris (taek- wondo) and Merita Hei- hei and Kingi Herewini (waka ama). Swimming and rugby league coach Jim Larkin was named Sport NZ Coach of the Year. Rugby referee Boris Jurlina was named Steinlager Edge Referee/ Umpire of the Year. Special Olympics Bay of Islands and Northland Stingrays Inline Hockey committee member Nicole Grimme was named Shackelton's Amcal Chemist Adminis- trator of the Year. Waana Puru (Horeke Netball), Reg and Neta Frost (Te Rarawa Rugby) and Noel Bonner (Kai- kohe Bowls/Far North Bowls) won Northland Age Service to Sport Awards.
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