Kapi-Mana News : July 19th 2011
51 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JULY 19, 2011 2867723BZ , NOW $11,995 3.0ltr, Auto, Alloys,Twin air bags, E/W, P/S, Stereo. Was $12,995 00 BMW 330 2.0ltr, Auto, Alloys, C/Lock, E/W, P/S. Was $10,995 NOW $9,995 00 TOYOTA LEXUS IS200 4.0ltr, Auto, 5 seater, Alloys, Stereo CD, Alloys, AWD, A/C, P/S, E/W, Cruise.Was $20,995 NOW $19,995 05 FORD TERRITORY 1.8ltr, NZ New, Rare 5 Speed Manual, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, Alloys, P/S, A/C, E/W, 54,000kms. Ex Condition.Was $14,995 NOW $13,995 03 BMW COMPACT NOW $14,995 05 MAZDA TRIBUTE 2.3ltr, Auto, 5 Door, 2WD, A/C, E/W, P/S, 4 air bags, 76,000kms.Was $15,995 2.5ltr,Auto, Stereo,Twin air bags, C/Lock,A/C, E/ W, P/S Was $8,995 Better Value $7,995 01 NISSAN PRIMERA NOW $6,495 01 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 2.5ltr, Auto,Twin air bags, Stereo, 4WD, NZ New,Tow bar, was $6995 3.5ltr, Auto, Alloys, NZ New, 6 CD In dash, Alloys, Twin air bags, E/W, Tow bar, Cruise. NOW $9,995 04 NISSAN MAXIMA 2.0ltr, 5 Door Hatch, Auto/Tip Tronic, NZ New, 1 Owner, Stereo CD, 4 Air bags.Was $17,995 NOW $16,995 08 FORD FOCUS NOW $14,995 03 MAZDA RX8 1.3ltr, Rotary, 5 Speed Manual, Alloys, Stereo CD stacker, A/C, E/W, 76,000kms.Was $15,995 NOW $13,995 04 PEUGEOT 407 ST 2.3ltr,Auto, Sedan, NZ New,Tow bar, Stereo CD, Alloys, Multiple air bags, Tow bar, 73,000kms.What a stunner! Was $14,995 2.4ltr,Auto,A/C, P/S, Stereo CD, NZ New,Tow Bar, Cruise, 4 Air bags, 92,000kms Was $17,995 NOW $16,995 07 HONDA ACCORD EURO 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 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 3.8ltr,Auto,Alloys,Tow bar, Stereo CD, Rear Spoiler,Twin air bags, 118,000kms.Was $11,995 NOW $10,995 02 HOLDEN COMMODORE 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 NOW $11,995 96 TOYOTA SURF 3.0ltr, Intercooled Turbo Diesel, Auto,Tow Bar, Stereo CD.Was $12,995 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 NOW $11,995 02 FORD ESCAPE XLT 3.0ltr,Auto, Stereo, CD,Twin air bags, Roof Racks. Was $12,995 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 All courses are subject to student numbers and confirmation. 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The noise from the sidelines at Holy Family School created a true grand final atmosphere as parents, brothers, sisters, friends and whanau cheered in encour- agement for both finalists. The match, played in wintry con- ditions, went to the wire, the hosts running out winners 20-16. The final was played in a great spirit, both teams tackling fear- lessly and running with grit and determination. It was really inspiring how all the schools have embraced the competition. The quality of the games definitely improved over the six-week competition, giving credit to the commitment the teams have shown toward training and working as a team,'' Smits said. Linda Chinna from St Pius X says their team came a long way in a short time. The boys were really thankful for the opportunity to form a team and really enjoyed this season of rugby league.'' Along with the two finalists, other schools that competed were Rangikura, Tairangi, Cannons Creek and Corinna. Rangikura narrowly defeated Tairangi for third place. Smits said Cannons Creek School, which had endured some heavy defeats, had beaten Corinna in their final match. Show your stripes: Longtime Northern Utd rugby fan Paul Zimmerman with his boxers Zena and Chloe. Canine rugby fans on sideline By ANDREA O'NEIL On muddy or inclement days, local rugby crowds might see Paul Zimmerman at a North- ern Utd match accompanied by two unusual fans -- his boxer dogs Zena and Chloe. Kapi-Mana News spotted Mr Zimmerman at Porirua Park on July 2, watching Norths beat Petone in a Jubi- lee Cup match. Mr Zimmerman has been playing local rugby for 21 years, and is a former Norths rep. The day we met him he should have been playing for Pressie Whites in their annual faceoff against friendly rivals Pressie Reds, but muddy grounds cancelled the game. The annual match is dubbed the Battle of the Bridge'', Mr Zimmerman said, as the Reds are traditionally drawn from Titahi Bay and the Whites from Porirua. The victors reserve naming rights on Mungavin Bridge for the year. This year's game is yet to be rescheduled.
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