Kapi-Mana News : August 9th 2011
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Was $17,995 NOW $16,995 04 HOLDEN COMMODORE CALAIS NOW $10,995 2.3ltr, Auto, 7 Seater, Stereo CD, Twin air bags, C/lock, E/W, Excellent family wagon.Was $11,995 03 MAZDA MPV 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 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 $14,995 03 MAZDA RX8 1.3ltr, Rotary, 5 Speed manual,Alloys, CD Stacker,A/C, E/W, 76000kms Ex condition.Was $15,995 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 20 Main Rd, Tawa • 04 232 8819 • Fu Structura Repair Centre • A Maj r Insurance C mpanies • C urtes Cars A ai ab e UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 3630132 20 yEARS -- SAME loCATIoN -- SAME GREAT SERvICE NZ place at last for squash player But first he wants rest Taking time: Tawa's Evan Williams has forced his way into the New Zealand senior squash team for the first time and has no intention of relinquishing his place. He is back in his home town briefly before travelling to Europe for a major tournament. By KRIS DANDO Evan Williams is looking forward to a rest. The Tawa 21-year-old has been a fixture on the country's squash scene for some time now and was finally rewarded for his endeavours with selection into the New Zealand men's team after the recent nationals. He is ranked four in New Zealand, 229 in the world (down from a high of 211 recently), and will travel to Germany later this month for the world team champs. Although he has been on the cusp for some time, regularly ranked inside the top 10 here, getting the call-up to New Zealand colours has always been that extra step away. I guess I've been the next in line for the past two years and it's been pretty disappointing that I haven't produced the results to earn a spot. I wanted to get in the top four at nationals this year to make sure of selection, and I did that, so I'm pretty happy. When they called my name it truly felt right and now I'm here, I want to stay.'' The southpaw describes the world teams event as the biggest tourna- ment of my life''. New Zealand will be ranked somewhere between 14 and 20, so coming up against the leading names in squash is very possible. It's a brilliant opportunity to play the best players in the world. I'm really excited. I might even come up against top 10 [ranked] players and that will be amazing for me. I'll learn heaps. I'm going to take my video camera because it'll be the first time I've seen the world's best playing live.'' The last few months have been a bit of a slog for Williams, however. Along with a number of events on this side of the Tas- man, there have been tournaments in Australia to earn ranking points and keep his own growth as a player on track -- but it has meant he's been either travelling or playing for 15 of the past 16 weeks. He wants a rest. It's been brutal, I'll be needing that break after Germany, just to chill out and not touch a squash racquet for a few days. You can get tired of it all sometimes, but it doesn't take much to juice you back up and get that hunger and passion going again,'' Williams says. Following the rest, it will be back on to the squash circuit, looking at further events in Australia, Europe and even USA early next year, which Williams says is an emerging nation in the sport. I think that's where opportunities might lie for me, I'm always on the lookout for sponsorship and the chance to play in tournaments with good prize money.''
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