Kapi-Mana News : May 17th 2011
37 KAPI-MANA NEWS, MAY 17, 2011 SPORT 2867723BQ , NOW $15,995 96 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER PRADO 3.0ltr, 8 Seater, turbo Diesel, Alloys, Tow Bar, A/C, P/S,Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W. Was $16,995 3.8ltr, NZ New,Tow bar, Stereo CD, 5 speed Auto/tip tronic, A/C, E/W, P/S, Lovely to drive, One owner. Was $12,995 NOW $11,995 07 MITSUBISHI 380 SX NOW $22,995 03 HOLDEN COMMODORE SS 5.7ltr, Auto, Leather, 19" Alloys, Big Bore, DVD player, Full electrics, Awesome! Only 67,000kms.Was $23,995 04 NISSAN MAXIMA ST 3.5ltr, Auto,Alloys, NZ New, 6 CD In dash, A/C, P/S, Alloys, Tow Bar, Cruise, Twin air bags, 133,000kms. Was $10,995 NOW $9,995 2.7ltr, Auto,A/C, P/S, C/lock, Stereo, Twin air bags, Better Value! Was $9,995 NOW $8,995 02 HYUNDAI FX COUPE 96 TOYOTA TOWNACE NOAH NOW $6,995 2.0ltr, Auto, 8 Seater, Twin air bags, Stereo CD, C/Lock, E/W, P/S, Tow bar, Great family vehicle! Was $7,995 2.3ltr, Auto, 7 Seater, A/C, E/W, P/S, Alloys, Stereo CD, 94,000kms. Was $11,995 NOW $10,995 02 HONDA ODYSSEY NOW $5,995 2.0ltr, 5 Door, Auto, Stereo CD, Alloys, C/lock, E/W, 104,000kms.Was $6,995 01 RENAULT SCENIC 1.3ltr, 5 Door Hatch, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/Lock, E/W, P/S, Ex condition, 47,000kms.Was $15,995 NOW $14,995 05 SUZUKI SWIFT 2.0ltr, 5 Speed manual, 4 Air bags, A/C, Stereo CD, C/lock, Tow bar, 120,000kms.Was $9,995 NOW $8,995 04 FORD MONDEO Better Value $14,995 06 HONDA ACCORD EURO 2.4ltr,Auto, Alloys, Stereo, CD, Twin air bags, C/Lock, E/W, NZ New, Crusie Control,Awesome to drive! 4.0ltr,Auto,Alloys, NZ New,Tow bar, Decent size deck, Drivers air bag,Very Handy rare Ute.Was $10,995 NOW $9,995 99 FORD FALCON FLATDECK 1.5ltr, 7 Speed CVT Auto, Stereo, CD, Twin air bags, C/Lock, E/W, 77,000kms. Smooth to drive! 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It was an even first 40, Norths going into the shed 17-3 up. Tries to props Jacob Ellison and Eric Sione can- celled out an early George Tilsley penalty as Tawa could not take advantage of having the wind at their backs. Eldon Paea crossed in the second half to secure the game beyond doubt for Norths. An intercept try for Norths' first-five David Palu and then James So'oialo finishing with one on fulltime blew out the scoreline. So'oialo finished with 16 points and brought up 100 for the season. Norths have 40 points for the season, with Ories second on 28.Tawa sit third from bottom with 11 points and now look certain for Harham Cup play. Tawa struggle to 4-3 win Down the line: Tawa's Mike Ramaekers slides one by Brendon King from North Wellington AFC in their first round Chatham Cup match at Endeavour Park on Saturday. Photo: ROBERT SHIELD By KRIS DANDO Tawa AFC were pushed all the way before overcoming North Wellington in extra time in their tense first-round Chatham Cup tie on Saturday. Moved to Endeavour Park because Redwood was unusable, Tawa took the lead in the opening minutes. But, as was to become a theme, the spirited North Wellington side kept responding. It was 3-2 at the break to Tawa and it took a strike late on for the visitors to draw level and take the game into extra time. Despite having a man sent off, and needing their keeper to make some cru- cial saves, Tawa got the goal they needed in the opening period of extra time and hung on for the win. We were pretty disappointed with the way we played,'' Tawa coach Richie Martin said. Every time we scored they seemed to respond and credit to North Wellington. They're a good side and could easily have won the game. I think we played our best stuff in extra time and it was great to get the win, but we squeaked through.'' Martin, who has been with the club for seven years, said making the second round equals the furthest they have been in the competition. A good cup run is healthy for the players, but he hopes the draw is kind to them and they get a match at Redwood. The draw for the next round will be made live on Radio Sport today. Western Suburbs, meanwhile, went out 3-0 at Lower Hutt. They join Olympic as the other high-profile casualty from this region. Tawa and Wests meet in the big local derby this Saturday in Central League play at Redwood. It's always a big game for us, they're like the big brother you want to beat. We're definitely underdogs,'' Martin admitted.
May 24th 2011