Feilding Herald : December 8th 2011
33 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011 SPORT 4229252AA FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 Ocean Waves Music Club 6.30pm. Himatangi Beach Bowling Club, Muapoko St. Ph 329 9642 Seniors Manchester House weekly van trips. Ph 323 7191 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 The Lampost 7.30pm -- 9.15pm. Manawatu Truck Ser vices, South St. Ph 021 665 899 or 021 658 430 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 Pacific Motorcycle Club Day Manfeild, South St. Free entry. Ph 06 843 4952 Croquet Club 9.15am & 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Drake St. Ph 324 0635 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Ph 021 426 236 Cheltenham Rifle Club 1pm. Rifle Range, 500 metres from Cheltenham Hotel on Cheltenham Hunter ville Rd, Hwy 54. Ph 356 1073 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 SUNDAY DECEMBER 11 Suzuki Riders Track Day 9.30am -- 4.30pm. Manfeild, Ph 07 377 4215 Feilding Gun Club 9.30am. Off Ridds Rd. All welcome. Ph 323 6763 Christmas Parade & Carnival 10am -- 4pm. Parade starts at 2pm. Feilding Town Centre. Ph 323 3318 Feilding Christmas Cave 10.30am - 4.30pm. Closed during the Parade. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Gold Coin. Ph 323 7700 Feilding Christmas Carnival Train 12.15pm leave Fldg -- Rangitawa, 1.45pm returns Fldg. $5 per person. Ph 323 3318 Manawatu Radio Control Car Club 9am - 4pm. Lazy Acres, Rongotea Rd, Kopane. Ph 323 3378 or 021 069 6958 Feilding Lions Club 18 hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Ph: 021 426 236 MONDAY DECEMBER 12 Feilding Christmas Cave 2.30pm - 4.30pm, 7pm -- 9pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Ph 323 7700 Feilding Kowhai Patchwork Quilters Club 7.30pm -- 9.30pm. St Pauls Church Lounge. Ph 323 8110 Croquet Club 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Ph 324 0635 Mainly Music 9.30am, Feilding Baptist Church, Ph 323 1481 Seniors Cards -- Euchre & Cribbage 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 TUESDAY DECEMBER 13 Seniors Lunch 11.45am. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Feilding Christmas Cave 2.30pm - 4.30pm, 7pm -- 9pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Gold Coin. Ph 323 7700 Wot to Wear & Not to Wear 7.30pm. Rangitikei Club, Bowen St. Ph 323 6100 or 027 470 5071 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Community Playcentre 9am. 42 North St. Ph 06 212 0522 Kimbolton Playcentre 9am -- 12 noon. 4 Lind St. Ph 328 5897 Little Groovers Music & Movement Two sessions, 9.15am, & 10.30am. Knox Church Hall, North St. Ph 323 5062 or 323 7240 Feilding Spinning Club 10.30am -- 3pm. Life Point Church, Ph 329 2928 English Language Group 10am -- 11.30am. Community House, Ph 323 1256 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Ph 323 2410 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre Ph 323 2410 Feilding Tae Kwon-do Academy 6.30pm -- 8pm. MSS Hall. Ph 027 440 5054 or 022 694 4917 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 Feilding Probus Club 9.30am -- 11.30pm. Oroua Woman's Club Rooms, Ph Shona 323 1767 Feilding Christmas Cave 2.30pm - 4.30pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Gold Coin. Ph 323 7700 Halcombe Playcentre 9am - 12noon. Willoughby St. Ph 328 8693 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. $3. Ph 323 2410 Pre-school Music 10am -- 11am. The Salvation Army, 124 Manchester St. h 323 4718 St John Indoor Bowling 1.30pm -- 3.30pm. St John's Church Hall, Camden St. Ph 323 4941 Phoenix Kiwi's Marching Club 3.30pm -- 4.30pm. FIS Hall, East St. Ph 323 4169 Iconz Feilding (formerly Boys Brigade) 6pm. St Johns Church Hall, Ph 323 5004 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 Feilding Christmas Cave 2.30pm - 4.30pm. Little Theatre, Ph 323 7700 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, Derby St. 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 Have a Go Mornings 10am -- 12pm. Feilding Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 11am -- 5pm. Church St.Ph 021 426 236 Seniors Entertainment Afternoon 1.30pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Bowen St.Ph 323 2410 Feilding Tae Kwon-do Academy 6.30pm -- 8pm. MSS Hall. Ph 027 440 5054 or 022 694 4917 No 32 Squadron Air Training Cadets 6.30 -- 9pm. 13 -- 18yrs. Tote building, Manfeild, South St. Ph 323 2532 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, 35 Kimbolton Rd. Ph 323 2323 COMING EVENTS: SUNDAY DECEMBER 18 Carols by Candlelight 7pm -- 9.30pm. Civic Centre, Aorangi St. Donation of non-perishable item to food bank. Ph 323 3232 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 Drama on the way to a win On strike: George Blackmore bowls to Dylan Hyde in United's second innings. GAME ON Manawatu Cricket Premier 2 Two-Day Competition December 4 Feilding Cricket Club v United Cricket Club By ANDREW BURROW The Feilding Premier 2 cricket team managed an outright win by five wickets against United on Sunday, but not without some angst and a trip to the emergency department along the way. At the start of the second day at Hokowhitu Park, United were in a dire position, 31 runs ahead in their second innings, with only three wickets left. In humid and overcast con- ditions, Kit Bradley took a wicket in each of his first two overs to have United 9-76. Then in a freak accident Feilding were reduced to 10 men, when Dave Sanson broke his collarbone in three places saving a boundary, and was taken to hospital. A Mabey took advantage of the reduced field with a late flourish, playing some aggress- ive shots to be 48 not out when the last wicket fell. He saw United's total to 123, setting Feilding a target of 88. Bradley's bowling figures were an impressive 8-49 from 20 overs, totalling 11 wickets for the match. Feilding's reply got off to a terrible start and after five overs found themselves three down for eight runs. Still needing 80, Seb Burrow joined Cameron McNaught and the two batsmen settled things down nicely, with some solid defence and well-timed bound- aries. Burrow hit three sixes in his 47 not out, with victory coming in the 21st over. For United M Singh again bowled a nice line, getting 4-23. Team could be the one to watch FEILDING RED CAPS JUNIOR CRICKET Feilding Red Caps have played their first three games of the season and are going from strength to strength. Their first game was against Winchester, which resulted in a narrow loss for the Red Caps. The second game against the other Feilding junior team was also a narrow loss, but several Red Caps were away, meaning they had two players fewer. Central Normal were their third opponents and the match resulted in a convincing win for our boys. The team's 10 players are: Luke Te Whatu, Sol Ross, Cody and Seth Kirkpatrick-Smith, Jack Mott, Eamon Jenson, Oli- ver and Boston James, Darrion Buksh and Tommy Jeston. In the first game Cody was the player of the day, with some great batting and bowling. Jack was the standout player in game two. He scored 47 runs and took several wickets. Luke was the third game's top performer, hit- ting three sixes and fielding very well. The boys are showing great improvement and will be a chal- lenge for any opposition. There could be a good future in cricket for many of them. Well done boys. Submitted FEILDING SPORTS RESULTS GOLF FEILDING GOLF CLUB DRAW & RESULTS Saturday, December 3 -- 131 members played in Christmas Cheer. There was some very good scoring with 30 players scoring 40 stableford points or better. Top scores of the day were: Mens Division 1 - 1st 63 nett D. Goddard 2nd G McCrae, Divison 2 - 1st 62 nett S Sutherland 2nd G Cox: Ladies - 66 nett H Waugh, 2nd D Hickton: Stableford Mens Division1-1st 43 pts C Lawrie, Stableford Mens Division 2 - 1st 43 pts J Wheeler: Ladies - 1st 42 pts L Rennie: Ladies nearest the pin 9th K Burney, 17th D. Hickton Men nearest the pin 4th N Young, 11th C Lawrie There were 21 twos on the day with D De Ridder & N Young getting two each. Results Green Jacket / Pro's competition December 1: 40 pts R Lowry, 39 P Ritchie, T Morgan, N Finlayson, 38 C Heinold, L White, Mr Smith, R Gray, A Lun, B Riordan Nearest the pin: 9th - M Prior: Twos: N Finlayson, S McCabe, R Gray, T Adlam Draw for Saturday, December 10 - Walker Salver: Morning - 8am Disc Draw: Afternoon - 11.45am Disc Draw Coming Events: Sunday, December 11 - Golf Plus United Travel Open Tournament RANGITIKEI SPORTS RESULTS GOLF Marton Nine-hole golf A field of 25 took part in a par competition -- the 3rd round of the Rangitikei Insurance Services Summer Series. Results: 1st Div: 1st, John Fraser, 2nd, Michael Morland, 3rd, Neill Powell. 2nd Div: 1st, Norma Moran, 2nd, Rodger Turner, 3rd, Ali Fullerton-Smith. The raffle was won by Angela Hand and the lucky card was won by Margaret Linklater. Hawkestone Golf Club Results Tuesday, November 29. Ladies Christmas Cheer. Div 1; R Karatea 42, D Eagle 34, P Charlesworth 33, A Schnell 30, A Stewart 28. Div 2; J Stantiall 41, H Waugh 38, A McGregor 31, G Leamy 29, J Miles 28. Div 3; R Cadwallader 37, E Bergen 36, E Bowler 35, L Butcher 34, V Williams 31, J Wright 29, N McCoard 29, L Thompson 29, H King 28. Men; H Potaka 38, G Thompson 37, B Hills 35, L Neumann 34, D Wright 33. Nearest Pins; Div 1 R Karatea, Div 2 A Stewart. Div 3 E Bowler. Men G Thompson 2nd Shots Div 1; R karatea. Div 2; P Charlesworth. Div 3; E Bergen. Men; G Thompson Saturday December 3. Hawkestone/ Rangitikei summer competition. A good field on a hot day turned out for the inaugural event with Gordon Thompson scoring a top 45 stableford points to lead the competition. Other scores. (H) D Paraku, G Burgess 42, (R) N Morris, R Thomas 40, M Bruhn, (H) B Hantz, (R) B Holmes 38, V Simcox, B Vann 37, P McCarthy, (H) P Scott 35, N Skelton, S Bennett, (R) G Ingram 34. Coming events: Thursday December 8, 9 hole Twilight 4.30pm. Saturday, December 10,1st round summer cup 11am. Sunday, December 11, Sunday shambles open to all non-golfers 10.30am. Saturday December 17, Club day at Rangitikei.
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