Feilding Herald : July 25th 2013
38 THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013 FEILDING LADIES GOLF RESULTS Saturday July 13, McBain/Kingi Trophystableford. Silver: 1st S.Howe 32pts Bronze 1: 1st J.McKelvie 37pts, 2nd J.Harding 35pts, 3rd A.Stewart 32pts, 4th L.Radovanovich 30pts Bronze 11: 1st N.Humphrey 30pts, 2nd K.Shannon 29pts Nearest the pin: L.Radovanovich Wednesday July 17, McBain / Kingi Trophystableford. Silver: 1st H.Dickins 34pts cb, 2nd A.Schnell 34pts Bronze 1: 1st H.Waugh 30pts, 2nd J.McCrae 28pts, 3rd M.Poole 27pts cb, 4th Gay Martin 27pts Bronze 11: 1st M.Lupton 39pts, 2nd J.Gray 34pts, 3rd J.Bolton-Riley 33pts, 4th J.Inwood 30pts cb, 5th J.Plimmer 30pts Bronze 111: 1st L.Humphrey 39pts, 2nd E.Halford 29pts Nearest the pin: J.Gray Thursday July 18, 9-hole mixed group-stableford 1st Tom Lovejoy 16pts, 2nd Bethne Smith 14pts, 3rd Lesley-Terry Thomas 13pts 4th Tom Atkinson 12pts. FEILDING SATURDAY MORNING NETBALL - July 13 Intermediate Grade: NSS Blue VS NSS Yellow 25-0; Colyton VS Oroua 21-6; Future A: LSS Aces VS MSS 1 14-4; Oroua VS Newbury White 19-5; NSS A VS St Josephs Saints 25-4; Halcombe B VS Colyton 7-1 Friendly Games (we play these in Int and Future B grades where byes would otherwise be). Guest Team VS Kopane Cool Cats 49-5 Future B: Kopane Funky Futures VS Mount Biggs Fab Futures 8-2; Hiwinui Tactics VS MSS 2 6-3; Newbury Blue VS LSS Blaze 9-4; MSS 3 VS LSS FEILDING SPORT Comets 7-2 Fun A: Colyton VS MSS 4 7-2; LSS Diamonds VS LSS Eagles 16-1; St Josephs Stars VS Halcombe C 25-1 Fun B: Hiwinui Cheetahs VS Oroua 4-2; LSS Firebirds VS NSS C 6-2; MSS 5 VS Mount Biggs Fun Ones 14-5 Fun C: LSS Gazelles VS MSS 7 7-5; Newbury Funs VS Hiwinui Stars 15-3; Kopane Rugrates VS MSS 6 11-3 Kiwi: MSS 9 VS Colyton Draw 1-1; St Josephs Angels VS MSS 8 9-1; NSS D VS Newbury Kiwis 5-2; LSS Magic VS Hiwinui Magic 6-0 COLYTON SMALLBORE RESULTS July 22 Dave Matthews 195.08, Warren Woodman 195.06, Steve Moess 193.07, Garry Young 193.04, Laura Whittaker 191.08, Colin MacMillan 191.06, Anne Rogerson 190.07, Kevin Jarrett 189.05, Ned Moess 188.04, Robert Hills 185.03, John Hughes 183.05, Brent Gowan 170.05, Matt Love 182.0, Beth Young 167.03, Anthony Johansen 167.01, Marc Dewes 160.00, Robert Ervine 153.00, Tony MacMillan 135.00, Adam Ervine 126.00. AWAHURI SMALLBORE SCORES for Monday July 22: Fiona Mills 196.7; Roger Woodruffe 195.8; Craig Morris 195.8; Eddie Adlam 195.7; John Sutherland 193.8; Mark Collis 193.7; Brent Read 192.5; Crellan Hooper 191.10; Phillip Jensen 189.8; Nick Scott 189.4; Sid Martin 187.7; Mathew Read 186.6; Scott Johanson 185.4; John Mills 184.2; Grant Roberts 169.0; RANGITIKEI SPORT MARTON NINE HOLE GOLF Results of a medal and putting competition played on July 16. Division 1: Medal Allan Futcher 36. Putting: 1st Jill Yortt 14, 2nd Peter Yortt 15, 3rd Barry Florence 15c/b. Division 2: Medal: David Bolton 39. Putting: 1st Richard Peirce 14 2nd John Fraser 15 3rd Stan Tattle 16. Division 3: Medal: Colin Thomas 35, 2nd Les Thomspon 15c/b, 3rd Lyndsay Hunt 16c/b. The Lucky Card was won by Roy Powell. Starters July 23 Ewen Grant andJill Yortt. Cards and Kitchen Jack Henderson and John Flavin. RANGATIRA GOLF CLUB Men July 13: B Manunui 40, G Thompson 39, W Guiniven 38, J Bismark 38 J Guiniven 36, R Geary 35, S Brennan 34. Twos R McKenzie Putting W Guiniven 24 Ladies July 17 LGU NZGMC Putting: J Griffiths 70, L Worsfold 72, M McMinn 72, M McAlley 74, C Gregory 74, J Guiniven 75, D King 76. Twos C Gregory, Putting L Worsfold 29. 9 Hole Par. J England 1 Down. MARTON LADIES GOLF July 17. Competition Par Cup, Stableford, Jeanette Beilby Memorial Cup and Frae Ona Cup H/cap 28-40. Par Cup: Silver: Chris Skou +1, Jenny Ritchie -2, Allie Bary -3. Bronze 1: Rachel Williams +2, Judy Christie -1, c/b Bron Beilby -1, Viv Tattle -2. Bronze 2: Shirley Ballard +2, Ros Morrison -1, Faye Pedley -2, c/b Eleanor Bowler -2. Stableford: Silver: Chris Skou 37, Barb Pratt 36, Jenny Ritchie 34. Bronze 1: Rachel Williams 40, Viv Tattle 34 c/b, Judy Christie 34, Bron Beilby 32. Bronze 2: Shirley Ballard 39, Ros Morrison 34 c/b, Faye Pedley 34, Eleanor Bowler 32 c/b, Di Chapman 32. 2s: Jenny Ritchie 12th. Sponsored Balls: Jenny Ritchie, Judy Christie, Bron Beilby. July 31: LGU Medal & Shootout Qualifying. Starters: Chris Skou & Noeline McDermott. Cards: Susan Marshall & Marg Hunt. Bar: Viv Tattle. RANGITIKEI GOLF CLUB RESULTS July 17. Stableford: Edith Leary 39, Colin Jeffree 39, Bob Giles 38, Rex Wilson 36, Pire Wehi 35, Neville Berendt 35, Ron Harris 35, George Thomson 35, Pat Pearce 34, Michael Tissingh 33, Danny Scotson 32, Vern Langford 32, Geoff Ingram 32, Bryan Northcott 32. SPORT Elwin leads field at TT Nationals By ANDY MCGECHAN Taihape teenager Sarah Elwin was virtually untouchable as she scampered to her first national motorcycling title at the weekend. The 18-year-old, a year 13 pupil at Taihape Area School, took her Yamaha YZ125 to four wins and a runner-up finish in her five races at the two-day event. Elwin ended the championship a solid nine points clear of her nearest rival, fellow Yamaha YZ125 rider Mikayla Rowe, of New Plymouth. Te Awamutu’s Jessica Dunn took the third step on the podium, another 13 points further back. ‘‘This is a bit of a breakthrough for me,’’ said Elwin. ‘‘I have finished second or third at this championship in the past but could never win it, until now. ‘‘I was going so well this time too that I really wanted to win all five races and believed I could have but I couldn’t quite do it. ‘‘This is the best result ever.’’ TT racing is similar to motocross in that it’s run on a dirt track but, with the course set out on a flat paddock it also takes on some of the characteristics of road racing and riders do reach some incredible speeds until the track cuts up rough. It was the second time in as many weeks that Elwin tackled a major national event – she raced the YZ125 to finish fourth in the women’s class at the Tarawera 100 cross-country race a week earlier. Top rider: Taihape’s Sarah Elwin (Yamaha YZ125), on her way to winning the women’s class at the New Zealand TT Championship titles at the weekend. Photo: ANDY MCGECHAN, BIKESPORTNZ.COM FEILDING HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY Bailey Fitchett has been selected as a member of the Manawatu hockey team, to compete in the under-18 tournament in Palmerston North during the first week of the school holidays. Tash Cowx, Jodie Walker and Jess Illston have also been selected, as part of the Manawatu under-15 teams. The Feilding High School Girls 1st XI are gearing up Promising prop: Feilding High School forward Keilan Henry continues his upward progression, having been selected for the Hurricanes under-18s. Henry, a technically proficient prop, has been in the national system since playing for Manawatu under-16s and has been a member of the New Zealand under-17 squad. The Hurricanes’ camp was held at Feilding High School last week with the selected team playing the Chiefs under-18s at Owen Delany Park, Taupo, yesterday. CROSSWORD TOP 10 YOUR STARS THE TOP 10 1. Which insect is responsible for over a million deaths a year? 2. New Zealand had three prime ministers in 1990. Who were they? 3. Which Grease classic begins “I got chills, they’re multiplyin’ “? 4. What is the name for a duckshooter’s hide? 5. What is the meaning of hypocaust - major flooding, mass killing of an ethnic group or an ancient Roman heating system? 6. In which country did the beer Stella Artois originate - France, Belgium or Switzerland? 7. What is the Maori name for the New Zealand bulrush? 8. An 11-year-old boy takes up ballet instead of boxing: what’s the title of the film? 9. What percentage of the world’s population lives north of the equator - less than 60%, about 70% or more than 85%? 10. Which is New Zealand’s oldest national park? for the Winter Secondary Schools Tournament to be held during the first week of September in Palmerston North. They will be involved in the hosting side of the tournament. Another highlight of the season will be a game against Wellington College, Berkshire, United Kingdom, on Sunday, August 18. The college is travelling to New Zealand with two rugby teams, a netball team and a girl’s hockey team. It is a co-ed boarding and day independent school with around 1000 pupils. This will be a great experience for all teams. All games will be played at the school between 11am and 2pm. SUDOKU NZ CROSSWORD 1 Malaria mosquito, 2 Palmer, Moore, Bolger, 3 “You’reThe One That I Want”, 4 Maimai, 5 Ancient Roman heating system, 6 Belgium, 7 Raupo, 8 Billy Elliot, 9 More than 85%, 10 Tongariro.
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