Northern News : November 28th 2012
17 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 28, 2012 SPORT Te Rito Akoranga The Growth of Learning NZCA224NN CLOSING DATES FOR APPLICATIONS NOW EXTENDED TO 7 DECEMBER 2012 FOR OUR DEGREE PROGAMME AND 14 DECEMBER 2012 FOR THE DIPLOMA TO DEGREE UPGRADE PROGRAMME. Be quick! Your early childhood teacher qualification is just down the road. nzca.ac.nz FOR DETAILS SEE E email@example.com P 0800 CHILDCARE Find us on Facebook.com/NZChildcareAssociation Follow us on Twitter @NZChildcare Study for your Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood Education or upgrade your diploma to a degree with us at our teaching base in Puckey Avenue. Piki mai ki runga i tō mātou waka. Tukua mai tō tono. phone now 0800 458 458 caci.co.nz Caci Whangarei 110 Bank St Curious about anti-ageing Join us at our exclusive event to find out more about how you can look and feel your best. We are giving away spot prizes, information packs and best of all, we'll reveal our Appearance Enhancement treatments for addressing the signs of ageing. Places are limited, so RSVP today. Kerikeri: Woodlands Motel, Mon 3 Dec - 5.30pm Kaitaia: Birdies Cafe, Wed 5 Dec - 5.30pm Can't make it?...... Bring this flyer into Caci Whangarei, for your complimentary, personalised skin consultation and analysis using our skin scanner followed by a Murad Pomegranate Facial valued at $90.00. Phone to book your appointment. Terms and conditions: Only to be redeemed at clinic location above before March 31 2013. Not transferrable or to be used in conjunction with any other offers. One flyer per customer. Flyer must be presented to redeem. SCORES AND DRAWS EQUESTRIAN The 170th Bay of IslandsP&I Association show was held November 10 at Waimate North. Results: Champion Novice Saddle Hunter Berger, Vicki-Ngahiwi Vintage; Reserve Rushbrook, Denise-Colorado MVNZ; Champion Saddle Hunter Berger, Vicki-Ngahiwi Vintage; Reserve Rushbrook, Denise-Colorado MVNZ; Champion Hunter Rushbrook, Denise-Coloraddo MVNZ; Reserve Berger, Vicki- Ngahiwi Vintage; Novice Champion Hack/Park Hack McClelland, Cara-My Amici; Reserve Hayes, Gillian-Pendall Marley; Champion Hack/Park Hack Honeyman, Fiona-Playboy; Reserve Eastwood, Marcia- Mantovani; Supreme Champion Saddle Hunter/Hack/Park Hack/ Honeyman, Fiona-Playboy; Champion Rider of the Show on Flat Honeyman, Fiona-Playboy; Champion Novice Intermediate Pony Moselen, Jessica- Woodlands Safira; Reserve Butturini, Carli-Ridgewood Odd Fellow; Champion Intermediate Pony Butturini, Carli-Ridgewood Odd Fellow; Reserve Baker, Stephanie-Wembleybrook Benevolance; Champion Intermediate Pony Hunter Keon, Jody-Ridgewood Mama Mia; Reserve Poole-Crowe, Ella- Morrocco-Chino; Champion Novice Junior Pony Porteous, Lexi- Windsor English Kisses; Reserve; Harper, Brigitte-Ima; Super Natural Champion Junior Pony Porteous, Lexi-Windsor English Kisses; Reserve Pinkney, Emma- Hillbilly Cantabrian; Supreme Champion Pony Porteous, Lexi- Windsor English Kisses; Champion Pony Hunter Harper, Brigitte-Ima Super Natural; Reserve Hare, Laura-Ty Gwyn Chantilly; Champion Lead Rein Pony Cadwallader, Brooke- Nanteos Autumn Guardsman; Reserve Freakley, Emily-Riverside Just Sugar; Champion First Ridden Cadwallader, Trey-Cedar Lakes Angus; Reserve Joll, Jessi- Golden Sands; Champion Youngstock category A Green, Carolyn-Littlewoods Customized Mystique; Reserve Roughan, Sarah-Stone Stables Spots For You Issie; Champion Adult category A Graham, Ray-Takahue Tima Marua; Reserve Kettlewell, Donna-Marua Stars N Stripes; Supreme Champion Miniature Horse category A Graham, Ray- Takahue Tima Marua; Champion Youngstock category B Campbell, Denise-Sunshine Heights Silver Fox; Reserve Pinkney, Emma- Faylaurs General Pieter; Champion Adult category B Roughan, Sarah-Marua Royal Red. BOWLS Coopers Beach Bowling Club Four women's and six men's teams entered the Coopers Beach Bowling Club Championship Fours on November 17 and 18. Events were played on a 2 life system of 15 ends or 1 hour 45 minutes with no time limit for the final/possible final. Women's final Pam Naylor, Nancy Page, Maureen Messenger, Pam Roughton took the title 20 -- 8 over Ngaire Watts, Glennis Ansley, Glenis Love and Kay McLean. Men's, Trevor Smith, Jim Naylor, Kevin Hoult and Peter Wilson won 21 -- 7 over Ivan, Dennis Breckon, Ray Thorburn and Brian Hall. Congratulations to winners and good luck when they represent the club at the Bowls Far North Champion of Champions in February. Bowls Far North Interclub divisions 1 and 2 entries and venues to be played December 1 and 2 - format singles, pairs and fours, wins, points. Differential all playing round robin. Men's: Division 1 Coopers Beach; Division 2 Church Road. Women's: Division 1 Kerikeri; Division 2 Coopers Beach. Men's entries division 1: P Dorreen, P Huxtable, M Pawa Jnr, C Campbell, B Allison, A Thom, M Reddy (Combined), T Smith, B Corfield, P Wilson, R Payne, D Breckon, K Hoult, L Cooke (Coops), H Wikaira, D Guerin, B Shepherd, D Holmes, C Ruawhare, D Davis, K Mokoraka (Kaik), D Hood, P Vegar, I Holley, J Young, G Hodren, K Williams, M Savage (Keri). Division 2: P Higginbotham, D Cairns, F Toi, H Barlowe, E Hau, B Collie, B Dick, Res-M Riki and R Hunt (Opo), D Wishnowsky, S Hildreth, A Bright, K Briscoe, S Edmonds, B Bellas, D Kirton (Comb), B Johnstone, M Kennedy, A Martin, T Hemi, N Blechynden, N Leslie, K Langman, Res-B Smith (Kaeo), D Riddle, M Isacc, H Wharerau, B Bird, R Collins, M Hotere, H Wharerau (RSA), N Ansley, J Naylor, D Roughton, B Townsley, D Hailey, M Pope, S Barber (Coops). Women: Division 1 M Korewha, R Hau, M Garmondsway, L Cairns, V Kahi, G Bevin, V Higginbotham, Res S Toi (Opo), E Albury, J Hood, C Sheffield, L McKeating, C Hodren, P Wardell, J Boag (Keri), J Smith, E Strongman, C Stephens, M Hudspith, R Timoko, E Coley, M Davis (Kaik), B Barron, D King, M Wildbore, G Love, N Watts, G Love, N Page (Coops). Division 2: P Naylor, B Shand, D Edwards, P Roughton, D Osborne, J Lamb, K McLean (Coops), F May, L Muru, L Wells, M Perry, W Burkhardt, S Parris, T Hokai (RSA), A Gardner, J Phillips, D Hardy, J Huxtable, C Pene, M Topia, E Dorreen (Comb), J Hunt, M Cuttle, H Ulkeman, L Anderson, L Bird, F Irwin-Erceg, A Ace (K/Church). It would be appreciated if teams that have entered would bring a marker to mark the singles. TOUCH RUGBY Kaikohe Junior Youth Touch Module Draw 2012 Thursday November 29. Round 1, 4pm. U7: Autobots v East Raiderz field H1; East Broncos v West Daaz H2; West Heez v Kura H3; Tautoro v Bulldogs H4. U9: Kura v West Geez 6B; Taniwhaz v West Kooz 5A; East Warriors v Tautoro 5B. U11: Tautoro v West Deez 4; East Torpedoes v West Siderz 3; Untouchables v Kaikohe Rugby 2; Ohaeawai v Ngati Kaikohe 1. Round 2, 4.25pm. U7: Autobots v West Daaz H1; East Raiderz v East Broncos H2; West Heez v Bulldogs H3; Kura v Tautoro H4. U9 Kura v Tautoro 6B; East Warriors v West Kooz 5A; West Geez v Taniwhaz 5B. U11: East Stormz v East Torpedoes 4 U11 Kura v West Deez 3 U11 West Siderz v Ngati Kaikohe 2 U11 Ohaeawai v Kaikohe Rugby 1. Round 3, 4.50pm. U11: East Stormz v Kura 1; Tautoro v Untouchables 6. U13: Intermediate v Okaihau 2; Hokianga v Tautoro 3. U15: Kura Bingud v Okaihau 4; Kura Binbetta v Opononi 5. Round 4 5.25pm. U13: Hokianga v Okaihau 2; Intermediate v Tautoro 3. U15: Kura Bingud v Opononi 4; Kura Binbetta v Okaihau 5. GOLF Kaikohe Golf Club November 22 the biggest winner was an ex policeman who shall remain anonymous. Putting: Lloyd Lemon 25, Eddie Carlow 26, Denny Watling 30, Pete Smith 31. Two's: Laurie Byers. Nice to see Pat Fox back again. Bay of Islands Golf Club Kerikeri Congratulations to Scott Wilson who won the Northland Men's Senior Division Champion of Champions at Whangaroa Golf Club. His final round of 75 was good enough to give him a 3 shot win. November 21 DRH Single Stableford Over Three Divisions Division 1: Barry Spencer 41; Hugh Mckechnie 39; Graham Minhinnick 37; Bong Wook Ha 37; John Latell 37; Chris Williams 36; Terry Houlihan 35. Division 2: Alan Robertson 40; Michael Simister 37; Wayne Weber 37; Brian Fletcher 37; Neal Plowman 35; Graeme Brown 35; Peter Williams 33. Division 3: John Wilson 39; Gordon Mcintyre 38; Asser Saaristo 38; Peter Jackson 38; Donald Wilson 38; Jim Chambers 36; Brian Coen 34. Twos: Bong Wook Ha; John Latell; Tony Philip; Richard Robertson and Kevin Stratfu. November 24 Stableford Haggle: Michael Simister 43; David Potter 42; Bong Wook Ha 39; Ken Labrum 38; Alan Robertson 36; Barry Spencer 36; Neil Sorensen 36; David Cheeseman 36. Twos: Brian Hansford; Richard Midgley; Alan Robertson; Michael Simister; Alan Strang. BRIDGE Kerikeri Bridge Club November 19 JMA Accounting Singles N/S: 1 A Purdie & E Silich 64.58; 2 A Chappell & L Dickinson 62.04; 3 Barb Estes & S Parker 54.40. E/W: 1 S Brown & M Kennedy 60.19;2SGrayson&AHartstein 58.80; 3 M & T Simmonds 55.79. Final JMA Accounting: 1 S Brown 220.02; 2 H Young 218.08; 3 J Harsveld 216.78. November 22 Quail Ridge Pairs N/S:1LDickinson & M Kennedy 58.33; 2 J Harsveld & Di Sadler 56.71;3BBrown&HFieldsend 52.78. E/W: 1 S Brown & L Hatrick 57.87;2E&JO'Gorman 56.94; 3 S Douglas & L Purdie 54.40. RUNNING AND WALKING Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers Meet 8.00am this Saturday at Dave and Elaine's (Puketona Road). Inquiries to Kaye 09 404 0720 evenings/mobile 02 10235 8355 or Ros 09 401 8833. Well done to Kerikeri Half Marathon participants. SAILING Kerikeri Cruising Club F division rally November 25. Beautiful day, fantastic sailing conditions and great company. After a hard fought battle the winner, under the IUSF handicap rules, was declared to be Aperitif Trixie Newton, second Solace Garth Metterson and third 10 No Trumps Peter Wilson, who denied being on the helm. Next rally December 9, a special Christmas rally, so watch out for final details. Bay of Islands Yacht Club On the second and fourth Sunday of the month, the BOI Yacht Club is holding their open club sailing series. Last weekend, the winner of the Mark Foy start was Luka Fitzpatrick in his Optimist, a great result since joining the Learn to Sail course in October. In the afternoon class racing the winner in the Optimist class was Lewis Kidman, tied on points with James Sheldon. For details visit boiyachtclub.co.nz. December 8, the Mark Foy race will start at 10.30am. December 16 the club is holding their Christmas sailing event, briefing 1.30pm, start 2pm, all welcome. Concluding the spring season, everyone is invited to the Christmas dinner afterwards, bring a side dish or dessert, contribution for meat $5.
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