Kapi-Mana News : June 21st 2011
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Was $11,995 $74pw $10,980 NOW 2001 Mazda Tribute AWD, Alloys, ABS Aircon, Airbags Great Example Celebrating sports in Aotea College Facing the future: Ex-rugby international Brian Woolley, left, and first XV player Graham Upton represent the ''old'' and the ''new'' faces of Aotea College rugby, who will come up against each other next week. By KRIS DANDO Aotea College's Sportacular'' event is coming together nicely, with at least one ex-international fronting up. The day of sport next Wednesday (June 29) begins with golf at Judgeford Golf Course from 9am, with Wellington representa- tive Imogen Donnelly-Lawrence taking on all-comers. Later, there is basketball (1.30pm), netball (1.30pm), foot- ball (2pm) and rugby (2.30pm), with current first teams taking on alumni and invitational'' players. Money raised through sponsor- ship and donations will be put towards floodlights and the resurfacing of two courts. One old boy who will be pulling on his boots to play for the Alumni XV is Brian Woolley, a former first five-eighth for Tonga, who played in the 1999 Rugby World Cup. Still living in Porirua, he is player-coach for Johnsonville's second team, and can't wait to take the field against the best the college has got. It's going to be fantastic. I love coming back and seeing the col- lege, and this day is all for a good cause. I'm not sure about lasting 80 minutes, but I'm looking for- ward to sharing some of my know- ledge and experiences with a few of the boys.'' Graham Upton, from the college's first XV, who play Prem- ier 2, says the festival-type game will benefit his team. We'll have our targets, we'll be up for it,'' he says, with a grin. Aotea's sports co-ordinator Paul Latham, who will play blindside, is keeping mum on other luminaries who will join him and Woolley in the Alumni XV. He says while there might be a target on his back, the first XV boys may get used to seeing it disappear as he races towards the tryline. Talk of his watering the playing surface in order to slow up the younger players is unsubstan- tiated. Maybe I should nickname our team Stacked'. We will have a weight advantage for the scrums, that's for sure, but we want to give a good account of ourselves. Seriously, this whole day is about celebrating sport at Aotea. There's a rich history here and we want to acknowledge that.'' He says it is great the school's old boys and girls have come to the party'', supporting an event he would love to see become an annual occasion. Contact Paul Latham at sport@ aotea.school.nz or 027 27 87 087. NETBALL WATCH Weekend high By NICOLE BAXTER Taking aim: Kapi-Mana goal-shoot Ezralee Kumeroa sizes up a shot against Wellington at the Majorie Jenden Tournament. While everyone else had a holi- day, the Mungavin netball courts hosted the annual Majorie Jenden Tournament over Queen's Birthday Week- end. The tournament has been held since 1980, the same year Mrs Jenden was appointed vice- president of International Netball. The contest consisted of 20 netball teams, some of which had travelled from as far as Nelson. Twelve of these teams played in the U-15 grade and eight in the U-17 grade. Wellington Black managed to win both grades. Local Sharnii Lintern played for Wellington Black's U-17 team, and was also named shooter of the match''. The Kapi-Mana team made the playoff for third and fourth, but lost in the dying seconds to Wellington Red.
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