Kapi-Mana News : July 12th 2011
44 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JULY 12, 2011 SPORT 2867723BY , NOW $11,995 2.3ltr, Auto, 7 Seater, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W, Excellent family wagon.Was $12,995 03 MAZDA MPV 1.3ltr, 5 Door Hatch, Auto, Stereo, Twin air bags, E/W, P/S, 89,000kms Better Value $8,495 03 DAIHATSU SIRION NOW $14,995 06 HOLDEN COMMODORE 3.6ltr,Auto,Alloys,Twin air bags, NZ New, Cruise, C/lock, P/S, A/C, Stereo CD, 97,000kms.Was $15,995 2.4ltr,Auto,A/C, P/S, Stereo CD, NZ New,Tow Bar, Cruise, 4 Air bags, 92,000kms Was $18,995 NOW $17,995 07 HONDA ACCORD EURO 4.0ltr,Auto, NZ New,A/C, P/S, E/W, Twin air bags, Rear Spoiler, 64,000kms .Was $14,995 NOW $13,995 05 FORD FAIRMONT Better Value $3,995 6 NISSAN PULSAR 1.5ltr, Auto, Stereo, Drivers air bag, P/S, 138,000kms. Better value! Was $4,995 NOW $13,995 02 FORD COURIER 2.5ltr, 2WD, 5 Speed Manual,Turbo Diesel, Alloys, NZ New, Tinted Windows, P/S, E/W. Was $14,995 3.8ltr,Auto,Alloys,Tow bar, Stereo CD, Rear Spoiler,Twin air bags, 118,000kms.Was $11,995 NOW $10,995 02 HOLDEN COMMODORE 1.6ltr, 5 Door Hatch, NZ New, Drivers air bag, Stereo, Ex condition. 78,999kms.Was $7,995 NOW $6,995 97 NISSAN SENTRA NOW $7,995 3.5ltr, Auto,Twin air bags, Stereo CD, 4WD, Stereo CD, C/lock.Was $8,995 98 MITSUBISHI CHALLENGER NOW $6,995 02 MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE 3.5ltr, Auto, S/W, Auto, Alloys, NZ New, Twin air bags, E/W, P/S, Stereo CD, Ex Condition! Was $7,995 2.6ltr, Diesel, 5 speed manual, 8 Seater,Tinted windows, Bull bars front and rear, 8 seater, 84,000km. Excellent trade or family van! Was $11,995 NOW $10,995 02 HYUNDAI H100 1.3ltr,Auto, 5 door hatch,Twin air bags, NZ New, C/lock, 58,000kms. Economical motoring ! Was $11,995 NOW $10,995 04 TOYOTA ECHO 2.0ltr, Auto,Twin air bags, A/C, P/S, Stereo, Better Value! Was $9,995 NOW $8,995 02 HYUNDAI FX COUPE NOW $11,995 96 TOYOTA SURF 3.0ltr, Intercooled Turbo Diesel, Auto,Tow Bar, Stereo CD.Was $12,995 8 , 5.7ltr, Auto, Leather, 6 In Dash CD, Alloys, Climate Air, NZ New,Tow Bar, 4 Air bags, Cruise, Immaculate. Was $17,995 NOW $16,995 04 HOLDEN COMMODORE CALAIS Better Value $9,995 1.8ltr, S/W,Auto,A/C, P/S,Twin Air Bags, Stereo CD, Alloys, C /Lock, Ex condition, 55,000kms. 02 MITSUBISHI CEDIA TOURING NOW $14,995 96 TOYOTA PRADO 3.0ltr, Turbo Diesel, 5 seater, Auto, Alloys,Tow bar, P/S, Twin air bags. Was $15,995 NOW $12,995 04 HONDA ACCORD VTi 3.0ltr, Auto, NZ New, Alloys,Twin air bags, Stereo CD, C/ lock,Tow bar, Smooth and comfortable.Was $13,995 Family owned and operated for the last 15 years MTA Assured Dealer Finance Available Warranties Available On behalf Sales Trades Welcome Better Value Vehicles Corner Queen Street & Pine Avenue UPPER HUTT A/H: 0274 501-583 Ph: 528-7746 3 minutes walk to Kenepuru Station • Spraypainting •panelbeating WE ARE APPROVED REPAIRERS FOR THE MAJORITY OF INSURANCE COMPANIES PHONE 237 5898 www.autocrash.co.nz 45 KENEPURU DRIVE,PORIRUA 3559923AA For provincial pride By CALLUM TOWNSEND In charge: Coach Andre Bell is directing operations for Wellington this season. Photo: FAIRFAX The Hurricanes' horror run this season will not put off a promising Wellington Lions side, new coach Andre Bell has promised. Hurricanes players were excited to return to the Lions, Bell said, as a matter of provincial pride. He had spoken to all the Hurricanes crossovers, and expected them to lead by example. The star-studded Hurricanes' camp was fraught with problems this season and coach Mark Hammett told All Blacks Ma'a Nonu and Andrew Hore they would not be required in 2012. The team failed to reach the Super play-offs. Bell said the team culture was different in a franchise, because players were drawn from a wider pool. Being a Wellington side was an advantage in creating a better atmosphere in the Lions camp. It's about the environment you create. If you create a really open environment . . . you're going to get the best out of everybody,'' said Bell. He was confident the Lions squad had a range of emerging players to draw on. The team will be bolstered by the recent last- minute away victory against the Manawatu Turbos. The result was a real positive for a side that included many young, inexperienced players, Bell said. Particular names to watch for were rising academy players Reg Goodes and Jeff Allen, and Joe Latta and Christian Lloyd also earned honourable mentions. The lack of ball in the Turbos game was a worry for Bell, but he was happy the Lions' defence responded to the challenge. It was the Lions' first win against the Turbos in the past four attempts. It is questionable how much of an advantage playing at the stadium will be for the Lions. The stadium has become a for- tress for the Phoenix football team, but Bell said many teams in the ITM Cup had no trouble win- ning away from home. Although the Lions were deter- mined to perform in Wellington, the home advantage could be a double-edged sword, he said. [There is] a lot more pressure when you're at home; you're expected to win.'' Bell appeared confident the Lions would be strong contenders for this year's title. Bell is entering his first full season as coach after taking over from Jamie Joseph last August. The Lions reached the semi- finals in 2010 and lost 51-47 to Canterbury. Wellington's first national championship match this season is on July 16, against Taranaki at Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth. In control: Plimmerton teen Timmy Mathews holds on to possession against a desperate Manawatu defender at an under-15s mini- tournament in Carterton recently. The mid-fielder was one of several top performers in a Wellington rep team that went through undefeated. Team manager Paul Jacobs said the the level of hockey they played was ''phenomenal''; the only blemish was conceding a late goal in their contest with Wairarapa which secured the home-team a draw. He said the tournament was good preparation for the U-15 nationals, to be held in Timaru from July 25 to 30. Matthews is one of three in the squad from Porirua. The others are Connor McDowall and Hori Tai- Albert, both from Whitby and both forwards.
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