Northern News : December 5th 2012
16 NORTHERN NEWS, DECEMBER 5, 2012 SPORT MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. Perched on an elevated outcrop with stunning views of Whangaroa Harbour. This three bedroom, spacious Kauri clad home is in a very private setting and is in excellent repair. In addition, the well constructed outbuilding could provide additional accommodation. The property offers huge potential - holiday home, lodge, or redevelopment. CV $540,000 (2010) (Deceased Estate) Auction 1pm, Fri 14 Dec 2012, Bayleys Office, 41 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri (unless sold prior) View 11:15am-12noon Sat 8 Dec www.bayleys.co.nz/ 294357 Richard Shrimski M 027 496 0968 B 09 407 9221 email@example.com AUCTION - BOATIES PARADISE Whangaroa Harbour 97 Okura Bay Road MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. A MEMBER OF BAYLEYS REALTY GROUP. MORTGAGEE SAYS AUCTION THIS LAND 24 Russell Heights Road D Vacant land of 1475m² D Private subdivision, south west facing. D Blank canvas to build new home. D Secluded not isolated and only 1 km from Russell Village and the waterfront Russell FINAL NOTICE Auction (will not be sold prior) 1pm, Fri 14 Dec 2012, Bayleys Real Estate, 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri www.bayleys.co.nz/294443 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 402 8089 firstname.lastname@example.org Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature Campground for sale Broad customer base: The 90 Mile Beach Holiday Park at Waipapakauri in Northland is up for sale. An internationally renowned holiday park and camping ground used as the headquarters for one of New Zealand's richest fishing compe- titions has been placed on the market for sale. The 90 Mile Beach Holiday Park at Waipa- pakauri, 18 kilometres north of Kaitaia has been operating for 41 years, with a manager running the business for the past 10 years for its South Island-based owners. New investment opportunities for the owners have now spur- red them into selling their cash-generating business and diverting the proceeds into another venture. The park campground land and business is being marketed by Bay- leys Kerikeri with tenders closing on December 18. The park has a cus- tomer base ranging from big game fishing partici- pants who have been booking the same dates for several years, through to free indepen- dent travellers,'' Bayleys Kerikeri salesman Alan Broadbent says. The campground is slightly elevated and sits on 1.999 hectares of land zoned coastal residential. The amenities were originally constructed in 1971 with additions in 1985 and a major upgrade in 1995. Accommodation includes 19 units, 34 powered sites for cam- pervans and motor homes with 70 unpowered tent sites. The main building houses a communal kitchen, toilet block, rec- reation room with TV and pool table, internet cafe, restaurant and bar facilities. Accommodation blocks are located in three separate wings ranging from ensuite cabins to backpacker bunk dorms. Separate owner's accommodation features a two-storey three- bedroom home with garage and workshop. The reception desk and shop servicing the com- plex are on the building's ground floor. Recreational facilities include a newly installed swimming pool, a chil- dren's playground area and multiple flat grassed areas. Contact Alan Broadbent at Bayleys Kerikeri on 09 409 7565 or 027 441 8149 for more information. BROADWAY HEALTH The team of Broadway Health Centre; Kaikohe, Okaihau & Waipapa; would like to take this opportunity to THANK the Kaikohe and Okaihau community for their valued support. We would like to acknowledge the challenging winter 2012 has delivered, embrace the long awaited summer and look towards a healthier 2013. Your loyalty and patience over this time is greatly appreciated. Improving communication within the service is important please do not hesitate to email email@example.com with any suggestions you may have. Wishing you all a Safe and Festive Holiday Season and a New Year filled with Prosperity Peace and Happiness. Seasons Greetings from Jessie and the team Broadway Health Kaikohe & Okaihau will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day; also New Year's Day (1st Jan 2013) and New Year's Day Holiday (2nd Jan 2013) PLEASE NOTE Ph: 09 4011556 Fax: 09 4012473 5046633AA SCORES AND DRAWS BOWLS Bowls Far North The finals of the Open and Junior centre pairs were played at Kaitaia Combined Bowling Club on November 25. The format was 18 ends or a time limit of 1hr 45mins, no time limit for the finals/poss final. Results. Junior men: The finals saw some great bowls played from Mike Reddy and Zane Beckett (Combined) the less experienced bowlers and they put up a grand battle to fight back being 18-4 down on the 10th end to lose by 2 shots against Dave Roughton and Murray Pope (Coopers). Final score 19-17 to Coopers. Junior women: There were only two teams to battle it out for the title, Patsy Thornton and Trish McLaren (Coopers) 2 lifer and Maudinna Milner and Rebekah Papera a composite team from Kawa/Keri. The possible final saw the Coopers Beach team lead most of the game but an extra end had to be played and Maudinna won the game by a couple of shots taking a life off Coopers. The finals saw a complete turnaround with Maudinna and Rebekah romping away to claim the title 19-5 this being 2 years in a row. Senior women: There was one 2 lifer, Jo Hood and Penny Clementson Keri/Wait. The finals saw Jo leading up to the 9th end but slowly and surely the confidence shone through with Lyn McKeating and Judy Boag (Keri) showing some form and claiming the title 17-11 over their club mates. Senior men: Shaun Haynes and Dan Dickison (Okai) 2 lifer, Paul Vegar and Trevor Dyer (Keri), Ron Clark and Kevin Williams (Keri), Gerry Morunga and Henare Wikaira (Kaik), Monte Pawa and Alan Thom (Comb) 1 lifers remaining on the second day. First round Okaihau the bye, Paul beat team mates Ron and Kevin while Monte beat Gerry. In the next round Paul bye, Okaihau eliminated Combined which left a possible final between Paul and Shaun. This was a very confident final from Shaun and Dan, certainly a touch of class from Dan winning the title in style 29-12. Thanks to the host club for the use of their clubrooms, facilities and greens, the greenkeepers, kitchen ladies for keeping the players and supporters supplied with food over the 2 days, umpires, bar staff and match control. Representatives The following have been selected to represent Bowls Far North against Northland and North Harbour on December 16. Open men: Monte Pawa Jnr; David Hood; Henare Wikaira; Cedric Campbell; Kevin Briscoe; Donny Holmes; Peter Wilson; Paul Vegar (reserve). Open women: Dianne Davey; Dawn King; Margaret Wildbore; Joanne Hood; Jill Phillips; Glenis Love; Karen Morunga; Bunty Barron (reserve). Men reserves: Kevin Williams; Doug Cairns; Gerry Morunga; Pat Higginbotham; Allan Thom; Trevor Smith; Michael Savage; Neville Ansley (reserve). Women reserves: Margaret Walters; Ngaire Watts; Dorothy Hardy; Eileen Strongman; Jeanette Smith; Carol Smith; Maudina Milner; Glennis Ansley (reserve). Open teams play at Onerahi Bowling Club, reserve teams play at Whangarei Bowling Club. All players please report at their respective venues by 8.30am. Players are to arrange own transport and lunch. Any problems please call Awhi on 021 1422 564. SAILING Bay of Islands Sailing Week The CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week is one of New Zealand's most popular yachting events and is less than two months away. The regatta is open to keelers, multi-hulls, trailer sailers, sports and open keelboats, with competitive racing over three days January 23 to 25, 2013. Courses are designed to suit the various divisions with a range of windward/leeward triangle races and bay races that use the many natural obstacles in the Bay of Islands. Cruising yachts and crews are encouraged to join the competition in the passage divisions, sailing one bay race a day. Every year hundreds of competitors, family and friends come together to enjoy an amazing array of course options among some of the most beautiful sailing waters New Zealand has to offer. Visit bayofislandssailingweek.org.nz for full information including crew available and needed. INDOOR BOWLS Kerikeri Indoor Bowling Club The club held its annual Christmas Tournament on November 24 at Kerikeri Primary School Hall. A full field of 42 teams enjoyed the new venue, which resulted in some excellent competitive bowling. Results: 1, Carol Hoult & Mike Hampton -- Kerikeri with 4.5 wins; 2, Don Simpson & John Love -- Whangarei and Northern Wairoa 4 wins, 33 ends; 3, Ron Diment & Inez Bunting -- Whangarei 4 wins, 27 ends; 4 Lin Kay -- Kerikeri & Wendy Collis -- Rodney 4 wins, 26 ends; 5, Evan Yates & Lyn Nisbet -- Whangarei 4 wins, 24 ends. A myriad of prizes for bowling misdemeanours were given out by John Cree, the match convenor for the day, amid much hilarity. The club sincerely thanks the organisations who gave sponsorship for this event. Summer bowls restart on January 31, 2013, 7.15pm at Kingston House for all those wishing to keep their hand in, and for anyone who would like to try bowls and perhaps learn to play before the season starts in March. BRIDGE Kerikeri Bridge Club November 26 McCulloch Championship Pairs -- Howell: 1 L Hatrick & R Shearstone 65.10; 2 A Chappell & T Simmonds 64.32; 3 P McNicoll&GSmith60.10; 4 S Brown & L Dickinson 59.38. Final McCulloch Championship Pairs--1AChappell & T Simmonds 236.24;2JHarsveld & D Russell 234.34; 3 J Berrington & Di Sadler 229.58. November 29 Quail Ridge Pairs -- Howell:1JHarsveld & Di Sadler 62.74;2JCottle & A Purdie 62.50; 3 H Fieldsend & L Hatrick 61.98; 4 C Edgar & A Ellis 54.81. Paihia Bridge Club November 20 Pairs N/S: V Christmas & P Hirzel 70.83; Joselin and Nickvics 61.25. E/W: C Fairweather & A Thomsen 66.25; J and E O' Gorman 55.00. November 23 Pairs N/S: M Atterwell & T Hellberg 59.50; G Smith & D Wesson 54.50. E/W: D Sadler & W Sharland 66.00; D Merchant & A Thomsen 53.50. November 27 Pairs -- Howell: 1, C Fairweather & A Thomson 58.70; 2, A Bowey & V Christmas 57.97; 3, D Sadler 54.35. Pairs final -- C Fairweather & A Thomson 61.32; 2, B Jepson & D Sadler 56.67. November 30 Pairs -- N/S: 1, B Jepson&LSmith70.42; 2, D Merchant & A Thomson 63.75; 3, B Estes&IMarr56.25. E/W: 1, P Nicholl&AMSharpe 58.75; 2 Barbara & M Lindsay 56.25; 3, G Smith&DWesson 51.67. Pairs final -- 1, D Merchant & A Thomson 59.33; 2, B Jepson & L Smith 56.75; 3, D Sadler & W Sharland 53.90. TOUCH RUGBY Kaikohe Junior Youth Touch Module draw 2012 Finals and prizegiving December 6 Round 1, 4.00pm U7: Autobots v West Heez field H1; East Broncos v Tautoro H2; East Raidaz v Kura H3; West Daaz v Bulldogs H4. U9: Kura v Tautoro Taniwhaz 6B; East Warriors v West Geez 5A; Tautoro v West Kooz 5B. U11: Untouchables v East Stormz 4; Ohaeawai v West Siderz 3; Ngati Kaikohe v Kaikohe Rugby 2; Tautoro v East Torpedoz 1. Round 2, 4.25pmU13 Intermediate v Okaihau 1. Finals: U11 West Deez v Kura 2; U13 Tautoro v Hokianga 3; U15 Kura Bingud v Opononi 4; Kura Binbetta v Okaihau 5. Prize-giving will take place at about 5pm. GOLF Kaikohe Golf Club The club's annual meeting was held on November 24 and the following were elected to the 2013 committee: President Laurie Byers; vice- president Jim Harrison; club captain Steve Mokoraka- Adams; vice-captain Eddie Carlow; treasurer Andrew Maraki; secretary Noeline Lemon. The Remainders Cup was played after the meeting and was won by George Penny, well done George. Thursday school had a good turnout this week and par was played. George Penney won the day with three up followed by George Rameka and Murray Fielding both on plus one. Honi Mihaka and George Davis both all square. Eddie Carlow was the only two. The course is almost in top condition and green fee players are very welcome. Bay of Islands Golf Club Kerikeri Men's results November 28 David Reed Homes best 3 of 4 Stableford round 4, the final round in this cumulative score competition. Barry Spencer averaged 40 points over his three counting rounds to be the clear winner, followed by three players all 6 points behind. Barry Spencer 120, Bong Wook Ha 114, Brian Hansford 114, Alan Robertson 114, Sidney Rush 114, Graham Bartker 113, Terry Houlihan 112, Bruce MacKenzie 112, Peter Jackson 112, Graeme Brown 111, Neil Deas 110, Hugh McKechnie 110, Jim Chambers 110, Steve McKay 110. December 1 Stableford Haggle: Bong Wook Ha 41, Steve McKay 40, PK Kumar 40, David Potter 39, Ken Labrum 38, Jim Chambers 37. CLAY TARGET SHOOTING Kaeo Clay Target Gun Club Christmas shoot results: 1st shoot off : G Nilsson; S Reed; C Brown; B Becroft; R Smith. 2nd shoot off: B Becroft; T Brandon; S Reed; G Adams; R Smith. 3rd shoot off: B Cates; P Garland; R Kays; I Hendriks; G Nilsson. 4th shoot off: G Tane; G Nilsson; S Reed; P Skrine; J Bell. 5th shoot off: S Reed; J Nilsson; J Bell; G Nilsson; P Westend. Sport excellence awarded The Westpac Halberg Awards will be celebrat- ing more than the out- standing achievements of New Zealand's top athletes in 2012 -- the prestigious event will also mark its 50-year anniversary. In 1963, Sir Murray Halberg resurrected the Sportsman of the Year Award, which ran from 1949 to 1960, to honour New Zealand sporting excellence and raise funds for the charitable trust he began that same year. The event, now known as the Westpac Halberg Awards, is the country's pre-eminent platform to honour and celebrate New Zealand sporting excellence. Its high profile provides the Halberg Disability Sport Foun- dation with a fundrais- ing opportunity for Sir Murray's charity. The 50th Westpac Halberg Awards will take place at Vector Arena on February 14, and will include a special programme to honour this milestone occasion, alongside the outstand- ing achievements of the country's elite athletes throughout 2012. Tickets to the 50th Westpac Halberg Awards are on sale now. Contact the foundation office on 09 579 9931 or email office@halberg. co.nz. For more infor- mation visit halberg awards.co.nz.
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