Feilding Herald : December 1st 2011
33 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2011 SPORTS Be inspired by the rejuvenation of this Californian bungalow made possible by fabulous renovations. It is a fresh and welcoming home, which highlights all its rich character features to a maximum. The front stone fence of the home adds to its eye-catching appeal and sits well with its solid stucco exterior. Its large entrance verandah is in itself an outdoor room. Plenty of space for furniture to sit and watch the world go by. A great feature of this verandah is two doors. One is the main entrance, while the other leads to a side room, which would be a bonus for someone who works from home and wants clients to have a separate entrance. The entrance hall immediately grabs your attention with its ornate plaster archway, panelling and gorgeous accent wallpaper. There is a sense of modern style in the open-plan living area. While modern, it is sensitive to the age of the home. Luxurious drapes, quality wall-covering and fresh colour combinations have been selected throughout the home. The most striking feature is the ceiling. The recessed dome in the main living room is in one word -- stunning. Lighting has been installed to highlight its detail. There is plenty of space for a formal dining area, while the living area is spacious and enhanced by two miniature bay windows either side of a modern gas heater. This is an endearing space, which you would be proud to entertain or raise a family in. A great sense of style has been used in the kitchen upgrade. It is fresh, modern, well lit with thoughtfully designed joinery. There is good workspace and room for people to gather. Besides the kitchen, a second gas heater heats a casual dining area. Near this area is the main scope for future improvements. There is plenty of space to create another living room with direct access to the backyard. This could be an exciting project for its future owner. The home has four bedrooms -- or three and an office (with the direct access to the verandah). They are all good sizes, which would accommodate a contented family. Renovations have been done in the bathroom and it is of the same high standard as the kitchen, sleek and modern. In the last couple of years, 16m2 of concrete was laid for a new driveway and excellent parking and turning areas at the rear of the property. There is a quaint garage with automatic door opener. Being so centrally located the home is close to town, tennis courts and all amenities. The currents owners are also offering to paint the exterior of the home in a purchasers' colours should that be a required option. This Aorangi Street home is a fabulous family home, with plenty of love and attention been investing into it in recent years. Rachel Manning of Professionals is marketing the home. Racheal can be contacted on 0800 548377or0272018381 Great Street appeal continues inside the home of this Aorangi St bungalow, says Sandra Crosbie. 4215153AA 4218862AA FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 Feilding I A & P Show 8am -- 5pm. Manfeild, South St. Adults $5. Ph 323 6035 The Farm 8pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Dinner (6.30pm) Ph 323 5051 or 323 4916 Farmers Market 9am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Ph 323 3318 Feilding Contract Bridge Club 10.30am, Clubrooms, Ph 323 8402. Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. $4. Ph 323 2410 The Lampost 7.30pm -- 9.15pm. Manawatu Truck Ser vices, South St. Ph 021 665 899 or 021 658 430 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, 35 Kimbolton Rd. Ph 323 2323 SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 Feilding I A & P Show 8am -- 5pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 323 6035 I A & P Show Night Stadium Program 4.30pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 323 6035 Feilding Dog Training Club Championship Agility Show 8.30am. Timona Park. Free. Ph 358 7224 Christmas Hoedown, Feilding Country Line Dancers 2pm -- 9pm. St John's Church Hall, Camden St. $8 plus a plate. Ph 323 3829 Feilding Brass Variety Concert 7.30pm. Civic Centre, Feilding Information Centre. Ph 323 3318 The Farm 8pm. Feilding Little Theatre, Stafford St. Ph 323 5051 or 323 4916 Final Night Croquet Club 9.15am & 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Ph 324 0635 Clay, Sculpturing & Wheel Work 10.00am. Railway Station, Ph 357 6863 Cheltenham Rifle Club 1pm. Rifle Range, 500 metres from Cheltenham Hotel on Cheltenham Hunterville Rd, Hwy 54. Ph 356 1073 Manawatu Pottery Exhibition 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, 35 Kimbolton Rd. Ph 323 2323 Last day SUNDAY DECEMBER 4 Feilding Lawnmower Racing Club, Sanson Domain from 10 am. Ph Ivan 323 4918. Feilding Dog Training Club Championship Agility Show 8.30am. Timona Park. Ph 358 7224 Intermarque 9am -- 4.30pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 04 567 7568 Feilding Country Music Club Christmas Party 1pm. Senior Centre, Ph 323 6636 All welcome Nativity Play with Carols 2pm. St John's Church, Ph 323 7686 MONDAY DECEMBER 5 Manawatu Child Asthma Support Group 10.30am -- 12.30pm. Senior Centre, 14 Bowen St. Ph 328 5897 ME/CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group 1.30pm. 327 Kimbolton Rd. Ph 323 2483 Dads Night at the Feilding Hotel 7.30pm -- 9.30pm. Feilding Hotel, Free. Please phone 323 7191 to register your interest Croquet Club 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Ph 324 0635 TUESDAY DECEMBER 6 Mobility Scooter Group 11am. Rangitikei Club, Bowen St. Ph 323 7948 Manawatu Saddle Up Twilight Show Jumping Gates open 4pm, 5pm start. Manfeild, Ph 027 44 55 287 Makino Magic Toastmasters Club 7pm -- 9pm. Cedar room, Ph 328 4868 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre. Ph 323 2410 Plunket New Parents Coffee Group, Bulls Plunket Rooms, Parewanui Road from 10am. contact Andrea on (06) 357 4844. Feilding Spinning Club 10.30am -- 3pm. Life Point Church, Ph 329 2928 English Language Group 10am -- 11.30am. Community House, Ph 323 1256 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 Feilding Music Society -- Heavenly Music at Knox 7.45pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. $3. Ph 323 2924 Manawatu Fireworks Spectacular Gates open 6.30pm. Manfeild, Kawakawa Rd or South St. Ph 323 3318 Croquet Club 9.15am Croquet Courts, Johnston Park, Ph 324 0635 Halcombe Playcentre 9am - 12noon. Willoughby St. Ph 328 8693 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Pre-school Music 10am -- 11am. The Salvation Army, Ph 323 4718 St John Indoor Bowling 1.30pm -- 3.30pm. St John's Church Hall, Ph 323 4941 Phoenix Kiwi's Marching Club 3.30pm -- 4.30pm. Girls aged 5 -- 12 years. FIS Hall, Ph 323 4169 Feilding Country Line Dancers Int/Adv. 6pm till 8.30pm. Caledonian Hall, Ph 323 3829 Iconz Feilding (formerly Boys Brigade) 6pm. St Johns Church Hall, Camden St. Ph 323 5004 THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 Carols by Candlelight 7.30pm fellowship, 8.30pm ser vice. St John's Church, Ph 323 7625 Doodlebugs Playgroup 9am -- 11.30am. Knox Church Hall, Ph 323 7240 or 323 5062 Pre-school Playgroup 9.30am - 11.30am. The Salvation Army, Ph 323 4718 Feilding Plunket Playgroup 9.30am -- 11.30am. Lifepoint Church, Ph 027 465 3569 Mainly Music 9.30am, Feilding Bible Chapel, Ph 323 9522 Arthritis Group Exercise. 9.45am. St Paul's Church Hall, Ph 323 1425 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 11am -- 5pm. Church St Ph 021 426 236 Seniors Entertainment Afternoon 1.30pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 No 32 Squadron Air Training Cadets 6.30 -- 9pm. 13 -- 18yrs. Tote building, Ph 323 2532 Feilding Contract Bridge Club 7.15pm-10pm, Clubrooms Ph 323 8402 COMING EVENTS: SUNDAY DECEMBER 11 Christmas Train to Rangitawa 12.15pm leave Fg -- Rangitawa, 1.30pm returns Fg 1.45pm. $5 per person. Tickets Feilding Information Centre. Ph 323 3318 Christmas Parade & Carnival 10am -- 4pm. Parade starts at 2pm. Feilding Town Centre. Ph 323 3318 Registrations open for stalls (no food) and Floats. Contact Feilding Information Centre. For further details or to register your event, contact the Feilding & District Information Centre at 10 Manchester Square, Feilding, Ph 323 3318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline 12 noon Friday FEILDING GOLF RESULTS FEILDING GOLF CLUB DRAW AND RESULTS November 26, Peter McCaughan played the perfect shot on the 11th hole. Congratulations Peter. Pro's competition results, November 26 40 pts T Bird, 38 P McCaughan, K Davies, T Filer, 37 T Bell, M Mohekey, I Heap, 36 T Morgan, P White, D Goddard, B Perry. Nearest the pin: 9th K Davies, 17th K Russell: Twos: B Perry (2), T Morgan, B Anderson, T Gardner. Results Green Jacket/Pro's competition, November 24: 42 pts I Blunden, 40 G Woods, 39 G McCrae, B Stewart, 38 N Finlayson 37 W White, 36 A Boyne: Nearest the pin: 9th G McCrae. Twos: S McCabe (2) D Roxburgh, S Lochhead, D Burney. Saturday -- Christmas Cheer (golf club members only): AM tee times 8 till 8.24am. PM shotgun start t 12.30pm. Sunday, December 11--- Golf Plus United Travel Open Tournament. FEILDING NINE-HOLE OPEN DAY, NOVEMBER 21. Men -- Division 1: Best Gross Alex McRobert (Manawatu) 44. Division 2: Best Gross Bill Bradley (Levin) 52. Ladies, division 1: Best Gross, Heather Haswell (Feilding) 48. Division 2: Best Gross, Lynda Evans (Feilding) 61. Division 3:, Best Gross Bev Shingles (Tawhero) 56. The original field of 90 was reduced to 73 owing to the doubtful weather outlook.Luckily the rain held off until all players had completed their rounds in blustery conditions recording some good scores. Ten clubs were represented from as far south as Otaki and including clubs from Whanganui, Rangatira, Marton and all local clubs. FEILDING MIXED NINE-HOLE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS The following matches were played October 31, Finals Day -- owing to illness and injury some of our competitions were not competed for this year. Men's, senior championship: Tom Lovejoy, runner-up Ray Living. junior campionship: Willie Wong, runner-up Jamie Brittain. Ladies' junior championship: Barbara Living, runner-up Liz Picken. RANGITIKEI SPORTS RESULTS MARTON LADIES GOLF CLUB PRIZE WINNERS 2011 Summer Cup: Mary Walden, Summer Eclectics Nett: Noeline McDermott & Barb Pratt Nancy McCormick: Margie Simpson & Faye Pedley R/Up: Karen Yorke & Ros Morrison Jeanette Beilby Trophy: Margie Simpson & Karen Yorke: Bessie Fullerton-Smith Trophy: Chris Skou J.POpenshaw Trophy: Jan Hartnell: Fay Lumsden Memorial: Rosalind Henderson: Marshall Tray: Karen Yorke R/Up: Di Gilmour: McGruer Cup: Chris Skou R/Up: Rachel Williams: Gaisford Cup: Noeline McDermott R/Up: Nola Wingate: Ann Poppe Salver: Marg Hunt R/Up: Gill Burne Top Qualifiers -Silver: Caroline Watson, Top Qualifiers -Bronze 1: Sharon Jenson, Top Qualifiers -Bronze 2: Julie Roach, Top Qualifiers- Bronze 3: Helen Wilton Rhodes Cup: Helen Wilton: Mary Turner Cup: Cheryl Rhodes: Silver Champion: Caroline Watson R/Up: Cheryl Rhodes: Bronze 1 Champion: Sharon Jensen R/Up: Rachel Williams: Bronze 2 Champion: Anthea Smith R/Up: Ros Morrison: Bronze 3 Champion: Helen Wilton R/Up: Shirley Ballard: Eclectics Silver Gross: Jenny Ritchie Eclectics Silver Nett: Allie Bary, Eclectics Bronze 1 Gross: Gill Burne, Eclectics Bronze 1 Nett: Dot Simpson Eclectics Bronze 2 Gross: Marg Hunt, Eclectics Bronze 2 Nett: Ros Morrison, Extra Day Eclectics Gross: Caroline Watson, Extra Day Eclectics Nett: Barb Pratt, Birdie Tree Silver: Jenny Ritchie Birdie & Par Tree Bronze 1: Sharon Jensen, Birdie & Par Tree Bronze 2: Ros Morrison, Top Score Board Gross: Jenny Ritchie, Top Score Board Nett: Ros Morrison, Putting: March -Susan Marshall April: Jenny Ritchie, May: Marg Hunt, June: Marlene Poppe, July: Cheryl Rhodes, August: Diane Chapman September: Cheryl Rhodes, October: Barb Pratt, Putting Cup: Jenny Ritchie Stableford Cup: Marg Hunt, Frae Ona Cup: Anthea Smith, Par Cup: Rachel Williams, Galpin Cup: Cheryl Rhodes Burne Cup: Caroline Watson Crawford Cup: Cheryl Rhodes Hirst Cup: Sharon Jensen Simpson Cup: Ros Morrison LGU Spoons- Silver March: Chris Skou April: Cheryl Rhodes May: Cheryl Rhodes June: Caroline Watson July: Cheryl Rhodes August: Karen Yorke September: Allie Bary October: Jenny Ritchie LGU Spoons- Bronze1&2:March: Sharon Jensen April: Julie Roach May: Dot Simpson June: Jan Hartnell July: Judy Christie August: Dot Simpson September: Dot Simpson October: Judy Christie LGU Buttons: Silver: Cheryl Rhodes Bronze 1: Sharon Jensen Bronze 2: Jan Hartnell HAWKESTONE GOLF CLUB RESULTS Tuesday, 22. 12 Hole Stableford; E Bergen 27, P Charlesworth 25,R Karatea 22, J Stantiall 21. Men; D Hawkins 27, H Potaka 25, G Burgess 24, K Rei Snr 24, B Hills 23, O Woolston 22, B Patene 21, G Forbes 20, D Wright 20. 9 Hole; J Van Loo 19, S Hills 18, J Jones 15, G Lane 14. Saturday, 26. Closing day Mixed and Mens foursomes stableford; Joe & Shirlene 40, Glen & Lesley 39, Dave & Esme 35. Lyndon & Bill 40, Devon & Graham 39, Grant & Brent 36. Prize giving results. Ted Mason cup: Most improved under 18; D Bond, Scrubs cup;D&GBond, Upchurch memorial trophy; R Kane, Kakariki cup; B Hantz, Bush cup; G Burgess Jnr & L Southee, Lovelock cup; Ladies, Glad Beaman; P Charlesworth & G Bond, Onepuhi cup; G Burgess Snr, McKinnon cup; P Charlesworth, G Birgess Snr, J Proctor, K Rei Snr, Father and son;G&DBond, Wilton cup; L Southee & B Wickham, Gracie trophy; R Ormsby, Handicappers trophy; G Forbes, Peter Manakau trophy; P Scott, Moari Pakeha; Pakeha, Club person; R McDermott, Alex Bergen Patea v Hawkestone; Hawkestone, Hawkestone rosebowl; B Wickham & B Hantz, Jock Wasson; G Charles & L Moore, Eileen Woods; S Wright & R Karatea, Family cup;L&G Southee, Mick Woods; G Thompson, Black jacket; P Scott, Battle of the bridge; Feilding, Club Captains trophy; B Hills, Burgess cup; D Bond, Taimui cup; J Stella & G Thompson. Mens club champions: Vets; G Forbes, Junior A; L Moore, Junior B; G Charles, Intermediate; D Nicholls, Senior; K Rei Jnr. Ladies prize list. R Kaatea; Bronze 1 Champion, Putting cup, Top qualifier, Best gross, Eclectic gross, Bronze Birdie Tree, LGU Bronze 1 medal. P Charlesworth; Bronze runner up, Wilson cup, Coronation medal, Nancy McCormack 4/somes, Hinepai trophy. O Parkes; Bronze 2 Champion, Top qualifier, Best gross. R Cadwallaoer; Bronze 2 runner up, All irons, Nancy McCormack 4/somes, Gross stableford Bronze 2. L Southee; Hawkestone Handicap, Captains trophy, Jessie Rhodes medal & putting. S Wright; Upchurch trophy, Best gross, Silver gross stableford, Flights, LGU Silver medal. J Stantiall; Runner up flights, Gross stableford Bronze 1. P Ley; Aotea cup. S Spooner; Gross stableford Bronze 3. E Bergen; Best nett, Robertson trophy, Campbell cup. 9 Hole: J Jones; Champion, 1st, Medal, Stableford. G Lane; Runner up, Putting, 1st Qualifying, Jessie Rhodes medal & putting. J Van Loo; 1st, Medal, Gross stableford. Coming events: Thursday, Dec 1, 9 hole Twighlight 4.30pm. Saturday Dec 3, Rangitikei at Hawkestone club day. Sunday, 4th Sunday shambles open to all non golfers. Saturday 10th first round Summer Cup. MARTON GOLF CLUB Thurs 24 Nov: Stableford: I Christison, G Calkin 35; B Moar, A Stewart, D Chapman 34; D Tarrant 33. Sat 26 Nov: Windy conditions continued and low scores were the order of the day. Stableford: A Fallover 38; G Calkin, T Calkin, D Oliver, T Hammond 33; J Hogg, D Tarrant 32. Twos: 6th - D Oliver, J Goodburn. 3FBH - B Moar, G McLay, I Christison. Sat 03 Dec: Starter- J Goodburn; Duty - D Yates; Sun - 04 Dec: Duty - B Moarf Marton Nine-Hole Golf Results from the fourth round of the Rangitikei Insurance Summer Series Stableford Competition November 29. 1st Division: 1st, Michael Morland 17, 2nd Luuk Leersnyder 15 & Neill Powell 15 c/b. 2nd Division: 1st, Colin Thomas 16, 2nd John Templer 15. Starters December 6 Brian & Jane Bolt, Cards & Kitchen Louisa Craig & Lyndsay Hunt.
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