Feilding Herald : November 17th 2011
25 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 MANAWATU SPORT Nikau Hill Nursery and Watergardens Mail order plants www.nikauhill.co.nz Kniphofia Orangeade 197 Makirikiri Road, R D 1 Marton Ph: 06 327 4131 • Fax: 06 327 4133 Cell: 027 240 7326 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Open Tues to Sat 9am to 5pm Flowering wonderland il d l ik hill Perennials • Irises • Aquatics • Grasses • Waterlilies 4182135AA SCOREBOARD Athletics Feilding Marathon Results from the 57th Feilding Marathon, November 5 Walk: 1 Albie Jane 4:49:12, 2 Malcolm Gray 5:13:50, 3 Averil Sheehan 5:31:00; 4 Chris Leahy 5:32:41; 5 Dennis Jordan 5:56:59; 6 Mike Leahy 6:27:06; 7 Helen Tobin 6:46:27. Run: 1 Bill Richardson 3:34:27; equal 2 Ingrid Frost, Kiri Price 3:48:45; 4 Pat Stichbury 3:55:37; 5 Debra Arnold 4:02:34; 6 Norman Chan 4:44:37; 7 Dave Penfold 4:58:00; 8 Charlotte Nasey 5:26:04; 9 Michael Stewart 5:41:07; 10 David Hamilton 5:49:48; 11 Steve Tubbs 6:35:10; 12 Mel Tuineau 6:48:06. Team: Ashley Smith (2:03:06) and Anna Duncan Smith (1:55:09) 3:58:15. Apiti Golf Club results: November 13 Final of Championship Plate, won by Lex McKenzie. Final of Oots Mug, won by Ross Geary who equalled the course record of 69 gross, 2nd Paul Early and Jeff Dickins; 3rd Mike Porter; 4th Lex McKenzie, Dave Worsfold, Maurice Jackman, 5th Jacqui Burgess: Twos, Ross Geary (2), Mike Porter, Kevin Plunkett. Feilding Golf Club draw and results Thursday, October 10, 9-hole mixed group stableford: 1st Judy Gregory 17pts, 2nd Sylvie Hatton 16pts, 3rd Vin Smith 15pts cb, 4th Allen Gamble 15pts, 5th Tom Lovejoy 14pts cb, 6th Jamie Brittain 14pts cb, 7th Ian Hay 14pts. Men's closing day competition -- Bruce Stewart Memorial Canadian foursomes. The winners with 54 stableford points were Shaun Sexton and Thomas Colle. Congratulations to Bryce Green who played the perfect shot on the 9th hole. Pro's competition results, Saturday, November 12: 45 pts S Sexton and T Colle, 43pts Doug Jones and P Toa, 42pts T Gardner and Joe Graham, M Mohekey and B Green, C MacLeod and T Paterson, M Atkins and J Cartridge,D Goddard and R Hunter, 41pts L Harrison and B Sinclair, S Atkins and T Burgham, 40pts M Tuohy and M Thomas, 39pts P Hunter and N Anderson. Nearest the pin: 9th hole in one Bryce Green 17th, J Hocken. Results: Green Jacket competition, Thursday, September 10: 42 pts I Blunden, 40pts M Plimmer, 37pts D Humphrey, 35pts D Scott, R Pratt, C MacLeod, A Lun, A Brown, G Worsley. Nearest the pin: 9th, B McKelvie, 2nd shot 15th hole, G McCrae. Twos: A Lun (2) B Stew- art, A Brown, D Burney, C MacLeod. Pink Ball: Terry Urquhart This Saturday general closing day. Feilding Croquet Club 24th annual tournament, Days 1 and 2, Association Croquet Handicap Doubles for The Easther Trophies. Winners: Rex Oliver and Judy Kermode. (Rose Gardens), Runners-up: Pam Green and Monica Huisman (Rose Gardens). Consolation Event winners: Lyn and Barry Gregg (Rose Gardens). Individual results -- section 1: Allan Sanson and Gay Janssen (Takaro) 3 wins bt Sandra Haycock and Janice Coleman (Feilding) 17-11, Annabel and Vince Neall (RG) 18-13, Josh Smith and Shirley Rees (RG) 21-13; Haycock and Coleman (2 wins) bt Nealls 19-11, Smith and Rees 26-9; Smith and Rees bt Nealls 26-5. Section 2: Green and Huisman 2 wins (+31) bt Greggs 20-7, Betty Duffy and Margaret Tait (Levin) 26-7; Oliver and Kermode 2 wins (+3) bt Green and Huisman 12-11, Duffy and Tait 14-9; Greggs 2 wins (-7) bt Duffy and Tait 11-8. Oliver and Kermode 17-14. Trophy final: Oliver and Kermode 3 wins bt Sanson and Janssen 15-10, Haycock and Coleman 15-10, Green and Huisman 19-15; Green and Huisman 2 wins bt Sanson and Janssen 18-11, Haycock and Coleman 21-12; Sanson and Jansen bt Haycock and Coleman 26-13. Consolation final: Greggs 3 wins bt Smith and Rees 13-12, Nealls 18-8, Duffy and Tait 18-7; Duffy and Tait bt Smith and Rees 21-17, Nealls 15-13; Smith and Rees bt Nealls 16-14. Riders on track A grey sky threatening rain and a Nor'west wind greeted riders for the first competitive track night of the season for Bike Manawatu. The outstanding turnout of 45 riders plus supporters helped to fire up the energy levels. The programme was adjusted as the threat of rain could not be ignored and the longer handicap races moved ahead of the scheduled one-lap scratch races. The race of the night was provided by the ladies in the six-lap handicap event. The skills of the handicapper were tested as he had riders ranging from world and national champions to absolute first timers. Scratch riders Megan Blatchford and Kate Stewart gave limit riders Renee Wadsworth and Toni Loveridge 300 metres in the 2400-metre race. The scratch riders started aggressively as they tried to reel in the other five riders as quickly as possible. The other riders calmly got into their work and Wadsworth was able to maintain her margin into lap four of the six-lap race. The scratch riders joined the middle group- ing with two laps to go and joined the train to gather in Renee, which they did with a little over a lap to go. Sharon Hollenstein and Tegan Rolfe kicked on with scratch rider Blatchford to finish first, second and third, and a gallant Wadsworth held on for fourth. Stewart took up the fifth position. Senior rider of the night was awarded to Matiu Kaihau due to his dominance of the men's races and the junior rider of the night was Michaela Drummond for an outstanding performance on the bike. While she failed to catch Emily Shearman in the handicap race her effort was an illustration of her class.
November 24th 2011