Feilding Herald : July 5th 2012
37 THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2012 SPORT 4643694AA WHAT'SON To be included in the "What's On Column" please contact the Feilding Herald, Fergusson Street, Feilding, phone 323 5839 or email email@example.com. Deadline 12 noon Friday prior. Friday Jul 06 Feilding Farmers Market 9am-2pm, Manchester Square - Manchester Street. Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm-3pm, Senior Centre, Bowen Street. Ph 323 2410 Saturday Jul 07 Pedal Power on Manfeild 8:30 am - 10:30 am, Manfeild - South Street. United Travel Race Series 10.30am -- 5pm, Manfeild -- South Street. Sunday Jul 08 United Travel Race Series 8.30am -- 5pm, Manfeild -- South Street. $10 Manfeild Indoor Winter Show Jumping Series 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Manfeild Stadium - South Street. Monday Jul 09 Seniors Cards 1pm-3pm, Senior Centre. Euchre & Cribbage. Ph 323 2410 Tuesday Jul 10 Seniors Activity Coffee Morning 9.30am-12noon. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm-3pm, Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Wednesday Jul 11 Seniors Activity Coffee Morning 9.30am-12noon. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Seniors Crafts 10am-11am. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Seniors Housie 11am-1pm. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Senior Rummy-o 1pm-3pm. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Thursday Jul 12 Seniors Entertainment Afternoon 1.30pm-3pm. Senior Centre. Ph 323 2410 Every Day except Monday The Art of Sir Michael Fowler 10am-4 pm, Feilding & District Art Centre, 35 Kimbolton Road. COMING EVENTS Friday Jul 13 Ocean Waves Music Club meets at 6.30pm at Himatangi Beach Bowling Club, Muakoko Street, Himatangi Beach Live Backing band. Bring along your chord charts and instruments. Phone 3299642 for more information Wednesday Jul 18 Feilding Friends of Arohanui Hospice Quiz Evening At the Rangitikei Club at 7.30pm. Contact Maadi Richardson 323 8247 to enter a team Saturday Jul 28 Last Night of the Proms 6:00 PM, Feilding Civic Centre - 84 Aorangi St. Tickets Feilding Information Centre. Phone 06 323 3318. Saturday Aug 11 Evento Wearable Arts 7:30 PM, Manfeild - South Street. Tickets Phone 323 3318. Sunday Aug 19 Manawatu Tattoo 2012 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM, Manfeild - South Street. 4534299AA ANDERSON MEMORIALS 158 Kimbolton Rd • Feilding • Ph/Fax 323 6616 www.anderson-memorials.co.nz Headstones A MnmnaW Deal direct with • the craftsmen 5 generations and • 90 years experience Competitive prices • Fully stocked showroom • Free info pack available • Super Gold Card welcome • 4623679AA FUNERAL DIRECTORS MONUMENTAL MASONS 280 Kimbolton Road, Feilding pel and reception lou n a beautiful, quiet private Feilding location Phone 323 3700 all hours FU UN NERAL DIRECTO ORRSS 2FFF ng unge et and n Chape Set in p Anthony, Peter, Julie, & Emily Beauchamp 4642355AA Air-conditioned chapel and reception lounge with close-circuit TV for the larger funerals 29 Beattie St, Feilding 06 323 7062 www.feildingfunerals.co.nz Winners of the Best Professional Business, 2011 Feilding Excellence in Business Awards. Shane, Lyndon & Jeanette Cotton Available on request at no additional charge; our 1939 Chevrolet Hearse Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons Members of FDANZ, NZEA and BIE 4534316AA W W William Cotton & Sons Ltd CELEBRATION? Phone 06 323 5839 Birthday, Anniversary, 21st, Engagement Advertise it with us 3040017AA Team spirit strong Back-hand: Palmerston North's Robert Brownrigg lines up a return against Mitchell Park's Mickayla Kerr in the final of the New Zealand Masters Club Teams tournament at the Feilding Squash Club on Sunday. Photo: WARWICK SMITH Top-seeded Mitchell Park stuck to the form book by taking out the New Zealand Masters Club Teams squash tournament in Feilding over the weekend. The Lower Hutt-based club beat Palmerston North 2-1 in Sunday's champion- ship final, and Palmerston North's eighth team upset their fourth team in the div- ision one final. The three-day tourna- ment, hosted by the Feilding Squash Club, attracted 16 teams split into two eight- team divisions. Two Feilding teams entered the tournament, with the locals winning the consolation plate in both the championship and division one draws. Organiser Rodger McLeod said the quality of squash was high and the tourna- ment had been a huge suc- cess. It was a really, really good club spirit,'' McLeod said. We catered for all the teams and the feedback around the club's hospitality was really positive.'' On Saturday the club hosted a rock'n'roll evening with a meal and teams quiz. Power Farming Hunterville returns to winner's circle By ELISIA MCKAY Power Farming Hunterville travelled to Taihape on Saturday, June 30, for the first game of the second round against Utiku Old Boys. The day was fine and brisk, the field was a barren wasteland and Utiku were playing a must-win'' game. With neither team finishing off plays, the points board remained at 0-all right up into the final minutes of the first half. A kick through the Utiku defence 38 minutes in saw halfback Nick Tipling chase the ball down just before the dead ball line to score for Hunterville. Fullback Brian Bird converted, 7-0. Hunterville jumped right back on the attack after the restart and quickly found their way back to the try line. Unfortunately flanker Gareth Hagen was denied the try right on halftime. Utiku were cut down 15m short of the Hunterville try line. They then gave away a penalty 20 minutes in, right in front of the posts. Bird didn't let the opportunity go to waste with a successful kick, taking Hunterville to a 10-0 lead. Utiku were again hammering the Hunterville line and were twice denied tries by the Hunterville defence. Five minutes out from fulltime and Hunterville came smashing down the sideline. Illston passed it off to Kilmister, who off-loaded to Karaehana. He tried to scrape through to the line but the Utiku defence held and he found only the sideline. The game finished five minutes later with a win to Hunterville, 10-0. Hunterville play Celtic at Hunterville this Saturday. They are already guaranteed a home semi- final the following Saturday, July 14. This will be a huge day at the clubrooms with a num- ber of good raffles, lolly scramble for the kids, ice- cream truck, coffee cart and a big meal for everyone after the game. We would love everyone to join us and show their support for the team. MANAWATU SPORT NETBALL Intermediate Grade: Kopane Soul Sisters 16 V Taonui Tigers 9, Oroua 8 V NSS Yellow 8 Int/Future A Friendly Game: SS Blue 14 V Mount Biggs 3 Future A: Newbury Magic 20 V Colyton 12,LSSAces9VNSSA5,StJosephs Saints 25 V MSS1 7 Future B: Halcombe B 11 V LSS Blaze 6, MSS@ 3 V NSS B, Oroua 17 V Kopane Angels 0 Future C: MSS3 13 V LSS Comets 0, Taonui Titans 10 V Newbury Tactics 4 Fun A: Colyton 12 V Mount Biggs 1, LSS Diamonds 17 V MSS4 3, Newbury Force 21VNSSC0,StJosephsSpirit8VLSS Firebirds 3. Fun B: MSS6 8 V Halcombe C 3, Taonui Terminators 4 V Oroua 0, St Josephs Stars 8 V Hiwinui 2, MSS5 8 V LSS Eagles 0. Kiwi: Mount Biggs 10 V MSS7 1, St Josephs Angels 3 V LSS Jets 1, LSS Juniors 11 V Taonui Turtles 0, Newbury Junior Flyers 2 V Colyton 0 GOLF Feilding Ladies Golf Results: Saturday June 23, McBain/Kingi Trophy- stableford. Silver: 1st S.Howe 42pts, 2nd J.McKelvie 30pts. Bronze 1: 1st J.Beijersbergen 38pts, 2nd C.Gardner 36pts, 3rd C.McBain 35pts. Bronze 11: 1st B.Kingi 32pts, 2nd J.Clapham 31pts, 3rd K.Meha 30pts: Nearest the pin: Sharon Howe Wednesday June 27, McBain / Kingi Trophy-stableford Silver: 1st D.Bain 33pts, 2nd A.Schnell 32pts cb, 3rd E.Parker 32pts, 4th J.Harding 31pts Bronze 1: 1st M.Bell 35pts, 2nd M.Lupton 33pts cb, 3rd A.Waugh 33pts, 4th S.Humphrey 32pts, 5th P.White 31pts Bronze 11: 1st R.Blunden 29pts, 2nd S.Frederickson 28pts. Nearest the pin: M.Bell Twos: A.Waugh, S.Howe Thursday June 28, 9-hole mixed group-nett: 1st John Gregory 37nett cb, 2nd Ian Hay 37nett, 3rd Ann Tylee 38nett cb, 4th Bob Walters 38nett, 5th Nicki Williams 39nett cb, 6th Vin Smith 39nett, 7th Russell Parker 40nett cb, 8th Judy Gregory 40nett Apiti Golf Club: Sunday July 1,Schmidt Cup (Par): 1st Jeff Dickins 2up, 2nd Paul Early, 3rd Ross Geary, 4th Kevin Plunkett, Putting, Maurice Jackson AWAHURI SMALLBORE Monday July 2: Fiona Mills 200.12; Mark Collis 195.8; Brent Read 194.9; Crellan Hooper 194.8; Eddie Adlam 193.9; Roger Woodruffe 191.6; Mathew Read 190.5; Nick Scott 189.6; Sid Martin 187.3; Paul Cameron 186.5; Warren Jensen 186.3; Scott Johanson 184.4; John Mills 184.4; John Sutherland 181.2; Blair Hopping 174.3; William Johanson 168.3. RANGITIKEI SPORT MARTON LADIES' GOLF -Results Wednesday, June 27 Competition LGU Medal and Par Cup Par Cup Results Silver: 1st Cheryl Rhodes 5 up, 2nd Allie Bary sq, 3rd Caroline Watson 2 down Bronze 1: 1st Gill Burne 5 up, 2nd Viv Tattle 1 up, 3rd Marg Hunt 1 d. Bronze 2: 1st Pat McVerry 2 d, 2nd Marlene Poppe 2 d, 3rd Eleanor Bowler 3 d, 4th Julie Roach 4 d. Twos: Caroline Watson on the Kevin Jensen Sponsored 6th, and Cheryl Rhodes 17th. Sponsored Balls: Caroline Watson, Marg Hunt, Bronwyn Beilby. Lucky draw: Di Chapman. Congratulations to our greenkeeper Barry Wingate, who has been made a life member of the Manawatu/ Wanganui Greenkeepers' Association. Results LGU Medal Silver: 1st Cheryl Rhodes nett 68, 2nd Susan Marshall 75, 3rd Caroline Watson 76. Bronze 1: 1st Gill Burne nett 65, 2nd Viv Tattle 73, 3rd Bronwyn Beilby 75. Bronze 2: 1st Jo Yorke nett 69, 2nd Marlene Poppe 74, Eleanor Bowler 78. Competition Wednesday, July 11, Stableford Cup, Frae Ona Cup (H/Cap 28-40), Jeanette Beilby Memorial -- Round 1. Starters: Pat McVerry and Judy O'Shannassy. Cards: Shirley Ballard and Lyn Johnson. RANGATIRA GOLF CLUB June23toJune24--TwoDay Members Tournament. Day1TJohnson65,KRobb66,B Callon 66, B Manunui 67 Day 2 B Barrell 61, G Mora 65, R Lambert 66, L Manunui 67, J Marshall 67, A Ross 67, S Brennan 68, N Martin 68, J Marshall 69, J Gillespie 69, R McKenzie 70, M Young 70, Mora 69, J Rainey 69, D Fallaver 69, L Manunui 69, B Callon 71, W Guiniven 71, R Wilson 71. Twos D Haitana, T Johnson, A Ross, R Leary, Twos: D Fallaver, B Barrell, R Geary. Overall Two Day Result: G Mora 134, R Lambert 136, L Manunui 136, J Marshall 136, B Callon 137, B Barrell 138, T Johnson 138, K Robb 139, S Brennan 140, A Ross 141, J Gillespie 142, B Manunui 142. Extra Day Two Competition: B Barrell 61, R McKenzie 70, W Guiniven 71, R Wilson 71. Ladies, June 27, D Howie Par. Visit from Puketitiri Ladies: L Chittick +1, M Brennan -1, B Davis -2, D Dinneen -3, C Gregory -4, J Guiniven -4, H Bismark -7, P Ross -7. MARTON GOLF CLUB Thursday, June 28: stableford: P Connolly 38; A Stewart 31; D Tarrant 30; B McGinniss 29. Saturday, June 30: The final qualifying round for the club championships drew a field of 65, who competed in great winter conditions for a voucher donated by Broadway Colourplus, Marton. Club president Laurie Hunt showed who was the man at the top by taking out the voucher with a score of nett 66 and securing the Medal Cup in the process. Congratulations also to David Green who won the Shannon Cup with the best two qualifying rounds of nett 133. Other scores: A Bremner, D Yates 68; L Peina 69; D Fullerton- Smith, T Hammond, B Moar 70; A Stewart, M Jones 71; R McDonald, A Dobbs, P Skou, N Abbott 72; D Abraham, D Angove, E Sherriff, L McDonald, D Tarrant, Jo Yorke, J Hogg, L Wake, J McDonald 73. Twos: 3rd -- Jo Yorke; 6th -- N Gordon; 17th -- R McDonald, L McDonald. (Jackpot 18 balls not struck). 4FBH: R Yorke, T Calkin, B Wingate, A Shand. Saturday, July 7: Starter -- I Batcheler; Bar -- H Bremner and G Hartnell; Duty -- R Ellery. Sunday, July 8: Duty -- D Yates.
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