Feilding Herald : December 22nd 2011
25 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2011 SPORT/CLUB NEWS 4259375AA FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 Farmers Market 9am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Ph 323 3318 Feilding Christmas Cave 10am -- 12noon, 1pm -- 4pm, 7pm -- 9pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Gold Coin. Ph 323 7700 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 Seniors Manchester House weekly van trips. Ph 323 7191 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. $4. Ph 323 2410 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, 35 Kimbolton Rd. Ph 323 2323 SATURDAY DECEMBER 24 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 Feilding Christmas Cave 10am -- 2pm. Little Theatre, Stafford St. Gold Coin. Ph 323 7700 SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 CHRISTMAS DAY MONDAY DECEMBER 26 BOXING DAY Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 TUESDAY DECEMBER 27 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 THURSDAY DECEMBER 29 Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Adult $4, Student/Child $2. Ph 021 426 236 COMING EVENTS: 2012 MONDAY JANUARY 23 Manawatu Family Fireworks Spectacular Gates open 6pm. Manfeild, Kawakawa Rd or South St. Adult $10, Child Intermediate & Under $5, Family Pass (2 Adults, 4 Children) pre-purchase $25 (Feilding Information Centre), $30 at the gate. Under 5, free. Ph 323 3318 For further details or to register your event, contact the Feilding & District Information Centre at 10 Manchester Square, Feilding, Ph 323 3318 or email email@example.com Deadline 12 noon Friday MCVERRY CRAWFORD MOTORS 360 WELLINGTON ROAD, MARTON, TEL (06) 327 8138 A/H DAVE - (06) 327 7082 • A/H BOB - (06) 327 4419 MCVERRY CRAWFORD $6,995 1993 TOYOTA LUCIDA 2300cc, auto, 8 seater, room for everyone at just 4252364AA SCOREBOARD CROQUET MANAWATU Association Croquet Interclub Results, Round 6 -- Feilding is the 2011 Manawatu Association Croquet Interclub Champions. Their 2-1 home win in the final round over Levin was sufficient for them to finish the competition one point ahead of Rose Gardens which lost 2-1 to Tararua. Individual Results: Rex Burkitt & Margaret Bailey (F) bt Judith Hunt & Margaret Tait (L) 24-13; Janice Coleman (F) bt Betty Anderson (L) 15-14; Betty Duffy (L) bt John Batty (F) 14-13. Tararua (Pahiatua, Rangatira, Takaro combined) 2, Rose Gardens 1. Individual Results: Tessa Khull (P) & Gay Janssen (T) bt Joan Mayo & Nathan Haxton (RG) 16-14; Allan Sanson (T) bt Terry Skelsey (RG) 18-9; Betsy Brue ` re (RG) bt Rose Stewart (R ) 26-10. Final Points (net hoops in brackets): Feilding 11 (+46), Rose Gardens 10 (+51), Tararua 8 (-40), Levin 7 (-57). FEILDING GOLF CLUB DRAW AND RESULTS Pro's competition results -- December 17: 37 pts T Morgan, Joe Graham, T Bird, B Perry, D Humphrey, B Keightley. 36 J Hocken, T Bain, M Watchorn, D MacBeth. 35 David Jones, 34 S McCabe, G Burrell, T Filer, W White, K Davies, D Goddard, G Shannon. Nearest the pin: 9th, B Perry; 17th, D Burney. Twos: B Perry, S McCabe, A Lun. Green Jacket/ Pro's competition, December 15: 39 pts C MacLeod, 37 B Stewart, 36 T Bell. Nearest the pin: 9th, T Bell. Orange Hat: Bob Allan. Twos: D Burney. Twilight golf results, Wednesday, December 14: Men--0to19: 21 pts Michael Isaac, 20 Neil Young, 19 Mees Van Wagtendonk. 20 Plus: 27 pts Hilton Dewar, 25 Bill Stephens, 20 Darryl Vining. Ladies: 24 pts Jacqui Burgess, 23 Trish White, 22 Stephanie Dickins Nearest the pin: 9th, Cynthia McBain, Darryl Vining; 17th, Ivan Heap Draw for Saturday, December 24 -- Walker Salver: Morning, 8am Disc Draw. Afternoon, 11.45am Disc Draw TURAKINA WI REPORT Pot-luck lunch for festive season Members of Turakina Women s Institute enjoyed a glass of champagne with a special Christmas pot-luck lunch before president Pat Perry opened the meeting. She thanked all the members for their efforts in making our 80th birthday last month such a success. Members who attended sister institutes Christmas meetings said great entertainment and food had been enjoyed by all. Betty, our link in Scotland, said winter had arrived with snow making driving very difficult. Members played the left-right game with lots of laughs, followed by a well-stocked trading table. Competition results Garden Gem: 1st L McLean and J Gillam; 2nd C Turtle; 3rd P Perry. Handcraft, a Christmas angel: 1st J Gillam; 2nd P Perry; 3rd C Turtle. Floral, Anzac Day: 1st L Mclean; 2nd J Marshall & J Gillam, 3rd C Turtle. Afternoon tea concluded our last meeting for the year. Our next event is our stall at the Highland Games on January 28, a great opportunity to meet the public and raise funds to donate to our chosen charities. President Pat wished all members a very happy Christmas and New Year. Tough conditions for final Champions: Ian Tricklebank and Terry Puklowski, 2011-12 intermediate and senior singles champions Johnston Park Bowls, Feilding. Photo: SUPPLIED The final day of the 2011/12 men s senior and intermediate singles championships at Johnston Park Bowls saw the remaining eight players in both sections playing in demanding weather and track conditions requiring much concentration. By lunchtime both championships had reached the semifinals. After Ken Mott beat Colin Coffey 21/12 and Terry Puklowski beat Brian Schischka 21/19 in the seniors and Ian Tricklebank beat Tony Beard 21/17 and Claude Wapp beat Peter Wasley 21/17 in the intermedi- ates the stage was set for the finals with the club champions being the first to score 21 shots. In the intermediates final Tricklebank, last year s runner-up, took control after the early ends. With a couple of high scoring ends, he dominated the game with Wapp by skil- lfully playing the wide drawing hand in the latter ends. He won the title by 21/10. No such frivolity with the seniors playing the wide hand as both players predominantly stuck to the narrower hand and this game was played in the same generous spirit as the intermediate final. Last year s champion, Puklowski, drew away to win 21/14 and successfully defend his open club singles title. FEILDING CLUB NEWS Kairanga W.I The final meeting for Kairanga WI for the year was our Christmas Festival afternoon on December 13. Christmas decorations were placed around the hall and traditional holly sprays were placed on tables. A multiple raffle was ready for members and friends.After the formal format was presented, the visitors for afternoon enter- tainment arrived. Firstly, the Kairanga School choir pres- ented three items and were rewarded with sweets. Sec- ondly, Anne Donahue, from Tokomaru, a member of the Floral Art Society, showed simple ideas for the festive decorations for coffee tables, sideboard and main table. Thirdly, Simeon Lynch, 19-year-old pianist from Kairanga entertained with two piano solos; very talented young man. Our motto for the month, Christmas is a time that holds time together , reader J Mason. The roll calls for gifts for needy children to be given to Barnardos totalled 27; food items for Ozanam House, 30. A happy festive season to one and all and hope 2012 will be a good year for everyone. Flag 500 A small number attended the final game of Flag 500 for 2011. At the close of play the players enjoyed a nice supper as the prizes for the night were dis- tributed with Kay Griffin being the main recipient. Winners: Leah Killick, Joan Brennun and Joyce O Cal- laghan. Consolation prizes (on a cut): Val Russell, Rex Haris and Kay Griffin. Travelling prize: Kay Griffin. Most individual points: Kay Griffin. Lucky seat: Leah Killick. Raffles: Kay Griffin and Doreen Broadbent. The evening concluded with Betty Tantrum giving organiser Val Russell a gift for her work throughout the year. Play will resume at the end of next month. RANGITIKEI GOLF Full programme for players Marton Golf Club Saturday, December 17: Stableford: C Watson 40; B Francis, G McKenzie, D Tarrant 37; B McGinniss 36; C Bary 35; J Hughes, L Wake 34. Twos: C Bary. 3FBH: I Chri- stison, D Yates, L Hunt. Saturday and Sunday, December 24 and 25: Duty - House Committee. Hawkestone Golf Club Results Tuesday, December 13 -- 12 Hole Stableford: R Karatea 27, J Stantiall 24, P Charlesworth 23, R Cadwallader 22. Men: R Little 26, H Potaka 26, B Hills 26, D Wright 25, K Rei Snr 22, L Neumann 22, G Burgess Snr 21. Twos: B Hills No 10. R Karatea No 16 9 Hole: J Jones 21, J Van Loo 19.Saturday, December 17: Hawkestone at Rangitikei -- Scores: M Spackman gross 83, D Nicholls 88, D Todd 93, P Tyler 96, L Moore 99, P Scott 109, M Nevile 108, N Sandbrook 125. Coming events -- Tuesday 20: 12 and 9 hole competition. Thursday 22: 9 hole Twilight 4.30pm. Saturdays, 24 and 31: 2nd & 3rd rounds Summer Cup. Saturday, January 7: Hawke- stone and Rangitikei club day at Hawkestone.
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