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Kaikoura Star - 2018-06-20

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NETBALL Netball Results Saturday 9th June: A GRADE: Chaos Blue 43 High School B 18 High School A 28 Diamonds 25 Chaos White 38 InRoaders 24 PNOW 46 HS Mixed 13 JUNIOR: St Josephs 11 Suburban 1 WALKING NETBALL: This new facet of netball continues to attract new players each week and the enjoyment is clearly evident. On Saturday the NCTIR village provided a full team including new recruit Robbie Roche. We invite anyone to come along for fun and exercise even if you haven’t played the game before. THE CENTRE THANKS THE TOP SHOP FOR THE FOLLOWING PLAYER OF THE DAY AWARDS: Amy Ingram (InRoaders); Kahurangi Ngapora (St Josephs); Jade Lavender (Suburban); Sarah Williams (Chaos Blue); Maia Callow (HSB); Ocean Ngapora (Diamonds); Tegan Ingram (Chaos White); RUGBY Kaiko¯ura Rugby Club hosted Kaiapoi on Saturday with with all teams taking the win. U9’s Kaikoura 35 v Kaiapoi Gold 30 Probably the best game of footie of the season yet! Great to see everyone really playing as a team, running in support and offloading passes. There were some strong tackles being made as well although we still need to work on going low. Everyone deserves a mention for their commitment and effort but well done to Fletcher for player of the day. He had an outstanding 50 minutes turning ball over at critical time, great tackles and strong runs. He just kept going!! Well done to Samson for the coach’s award. He listened at training, kept the shape in the backline and put in some strong runs and tackles. U10 Kaikoura 60 v Kaiapoi 20 There was a strong defensive effort early in the game, lead by forwards Harrison Smith and George Morris. This allowed the team to have an early dominance over Kaiapoi. Outside back Oli Marshall capitalised on this by funning in four tries. An outstanding effort by all players. Player of the Day: Harrison Smith U11.5 Kaikoura 29 v Kaiapoi 22 Great exciting game to watch. Some great running and hard tackling kept Kaikoura in the game. Liam captained the team well. Outstanding play by Josh Barden scoring the opening try. Some power full runs by Will Fissenden and Zac Tanirua. It was a great effort by all players. Player of the day Jack Kennedy Senior Div 2: Kaikoura 39 v Kaiapoi 12 Player of the Day Stu Giles GOLF Weeks ending 3rd June Wednesday, 30th – Women – O’Connor Cup 3rd Round – Nett 1st Pauline Clifford (73) 2nd Yvonne Gibson (78) 3rd Chrissie Mackie (78) 4th Margie Mackle (78) CTP – No. 18 - Lyn Batchelor. Twos – Pauline Clifford No. 8 Thursday, 31st – Vets Day - Nett 9 Hole Women: 1st Emiko Leary (33) 18 Hole - 1st Judy York (80) Men – 1st Nevin Wright (68) 2nd Ray Canavan (72) 3rd Brian Williams (72) 4th Gary Monk (73) CTP – No. 18 Mark Ingham Kaikoura Hunting and Fishing Mens 2 day Open Tournament: A very busy weekend, a good field of around 65, which included visitor’s from other clubs, and a large contingent from the Rawhiti Boys who boosted our bar takings. A big thankyou to Mike, Surf, Lyn Tony and the volunteers, to those that donated a prize for the Closest to the Pins -who I have named below, Ted who was tearing his hair out trying to get the Printer sorted in time and to anyone else that I may have missed. Congratulations to all the prize winners: SENIOR GROSS 1ST Aaron Reid 74/73 2nd Luke Austin 78/77 SENIOR NETT 1st Nevin Wright 71/67, 2nd Tony Guthrie 69/73, 3rd Matthew Reid 76/67, 4th Roger Rumbold 72/73 5th Joe Ah Kuoi 70/76, 6th Richard Howard 76/72, 7th Mark Milne 74/74, 8th Paul Feterika 83/68, 9th JP Roberts 75/76 JUNIOR GROSS 1st Gavin Coombs 87/93, 2nd Greg Dunfoy 91/90 JUNIOR NETT 1st Richard Harris 69/74, 2nd Grant Flynn 71/73, 3rd Ray Canavan 70/74, 4th Michael Fox 68/76 5th Neil Whitehead 76/70, 6th Ted Howard 74/74 7th John Gibson 69/79, 8th Liam Harnett 70/80, 9th Steve Forsyth 69/82 No. 1 Junior in 2 shots - Ted Howard – Sat (Luke Austin) No. 4 Open -Mark Milne – Sat Luke Austin – Sun (Alan Hickey) No. 8 Open -Nevin Wright – Sat Chris Nally – Sun (Eddie Eaton) No. 9 Junior in 2 shots - Brent Wilson - Sat Neil Whitehead - Sun (Yvonne and John Gibson) No. 11 Junior in 3 shots-Richard Harris – Sat Tony Fatima – Sun (Trevor Ruawai) No. 12 Senior in 2 shots – JP Roberts – Sat Cameron Fyffe – Sun (Richard Howard) No. 13 Open -David Gee – Sat JP RobertsSun (Brian and Barb Ford) No. 14 Senior in 2 shots – Luke Austin – Sat (Rod Ensor and Barry Voice) No. 15 Open in 2 shots – Luke Austin – Sat Ted Howard-Sun (Kevin Genet) No 16 Longest Drive Junior –Neil Whitehead-Sat Liam Harnett-Sun (Nevin Wright) No. 17 Longest Drive-Senior – Nathan Andrews – both days (Thora and Doug Lawson) No. 18 Open-Grant Flynn- both days (Allan Heffer and Lyn Batchelor) TWOS Cameron Fyffe, Tiaki Davis No. 4 and 18 Mathew Reid No. 8 Aaron Reid No. 13 Nevin Wright, John Price, Brad Page, Richard Harris, John Gibson, Bruce Gibbs, Grant Flynn, Luke Austin, Nathan Andrews No. 18 Saturday, 9th June Women – LGU/Nett - Silver Div - Thora Lawson, Bronze - Barb Ford (73) Club Champ 1st Rd Qual - Gross Silver Div – Chrissie Mackie (92) Bronze 1 - Barb Ford (95) Bronze 2 - Judy York (109) CTP - Jill Carpinter Twos: Yvonne Gibson, Chrissie Mackie Men – Stroke 1st Doug Lawson (68) 2nd Ray Canavan (68) 3rd Mike Hargreaves (71) 4th Rod Ensor (73) CTP – Rod Ensor Twos – Nevin Wright No. 4 , Doug Lawson No. 18 Sunday, 10th June Men’s Club Champ 2nd Rd Qual Senior 1st Aaron Pablecheque (71) 2nd Barry Voice (81) 3rd Phil Richardson (81) Intermediate 1st Neil Pablecheque (83) 2nd Jules Holden (86) 3rd Nevin Wright (86) Junior 1st Gary Monk (90) 2nd Allan Heffer (93) 3rd Neil Whitehead (94) Presidents 1st John Gibson (107) CTP – Rick Rumble Twos – Luke Austin, Ben Ford No. 8 MULTI-USE COMMUNITY HUB Sport, Recreation and cultural groups are invited to have input on whether a new facility is needed and if so, how it would best meet the needs of the community. This information will go into a feasibility study being undertaken by Richard Lindsay (Visitor Solutions) on behalf of the Sport & Recreation Recovery Leadership Team. We have an online survey (also available in print) which will be followed up by a workshop on June 18th (6:30pm, Supper Room). To receive a link to the survey or a hard copy, please contact Kim BoyceCampbell, kim.b@sporttasman.org.nz BASKETBALL Keen to play basketball and to get some games happening? Come along to a meeting at the Whaler, 6.30pm Wednesday 6th June. VOLLEYBALL Volleyball Friday nights 7-9pm is going great. We are starting to put together a mixed social volleyball team to represent Kaikoura in ‘‘The Whaler’’, a fun mixed volleyball tournament on the weekend of Aug 18/19, in Kaikoura. For more info contact Dave Barrett: barrett_dave2@hotmail.com BADMINTON Social Badminton – no pressure, just fun! Thursday nights, 6:30-8:30pm, high school gym. Bring a gold coin donation, water, and non-marking shoes. DANCE Dance Fitness with Tracy Hamilton and Ingrid Mackle is on a Thursday morning at 9.15am at Soul Studio, for an hour. Cost $10.00 casual or $80.00 for the term. Kids’ Dance is Tuesday afternoon at the Parish centre from 3:15 to 4pm. Cost $5. We run the classes during school terms only. (No class in holidays). To submit results, photos or sports news, please contact Kim Boyce-Campbell: kim.b@sporttasman.org.nz

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