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Check this out!! 14 Prosser Street, Elsdon, PORIRUA Ph: 04 237 8917 Where Service Is Important Top quality collision repairs and spray painting Guaranteed repairs Repairers for ALL insurance companies Call in for a free quote while you wait Loan cars available Contractors van available for loan Porirua's longest established collision repair shop (since 1963) 2150 741 AA PORIRUA MOTOR BODY REPAIRS LTD Tawa swim to 'quality' third place at champs By ANDREA O'NEIL Buoyant: Tawa Swimming Club put on its best performance since the 1980s at a recent national swim meet, coming third of 71 clubs. From left, back row: Ruslam Cowley, 14, Mikayla McPhee, 16. Front row: Calvin Jones, 14, James McCarthy, 14, Kurtis Imrie, 15, Meghan Allan, 13. Sitting: Andrea de Atouguia. Tawa Swimming Club has revived its glory days with a stunning performance at a recent national competition. The club of seven swimmers came third of 71 clubs at the New Zealand Division II competition, held in Rotorua in July. Tawa has not seen such a result since the 1980s, when several Commonwealth-stan- dard swimmers were in the club, coach Mat Woofe says. They did really well. Third's pretty good really,'' he says. The swimmers, aged from 13 to 16, returned from Roto- rua with 23 medals between them: five gold, seven silver and 11 bronze. The clutch of medals were won in 38 individual events, from 200-metre breaststroke to 1500m freestyle and 800m medley. Five of the swimmers performed well enough to progress to a higher level of competition, and will com- pete at the New Zealand Short Course Champion- ships, to be held in Kilbirnie this week. Everyone sort of fed off each other and improved,'' Woofe says. The secret of success is just hard work, he says. Depending on their level, club members train between six and eight times a week, for an hour and a half each session. Some of the team train both before and after school, leaving home at 5.30am for the pool. Although the Rotorua meet was a competition, for swimmers the real race is against yourself, Woofe says. They all improved on their times, which is key.'' The swimmers are a modest bunch, emphasising the fun of the event and saying their result was a surprise. We didn't think we were going to come third,'' 15-year- old Kurtis Imrie says. Some quiet confidence showed in 16-year-old Mikayla McPhee, who won three golds and two silvers. I don't like bronze,'' she said. There was evidence of a friendly rivalry between the girl and boy factions of the club -- the three girls won second overall in Rotorua, which they gleefully remin- ded the boys of. The four boys were defiant, however. Just put it down as a team effort,'' 14-year-old James McCarthy says. It's quality -- not quan- tity.'' 39 AB CASH PAID FOR YOUR CAR AND SCRAP METAL 12 Wall Place, PORIRUA 232-8878 021 027 70883 OPEN 6 DAYS •Mon-Sat 8-5.30pM RL semi-finals The Porirua Vikings will take on Upper Hutt in this week's Wellington Rugby League semifinals. Upper Hutt managed only a handful of wins throughout the regular season but have come good at the right time. Both semifinals are at Wise Park. Te Aroha play Wainuiomata at 1pm, Vikings and Upper Hutt at 3pm.
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