Kapi-Mana News : April 3rd 2012
49 KAPI-MANA NEWS, APRIL 3, 2012 SPORT Contributor to realestate.co.nz ® ® www.harcourts.co.nz 4 Gear Terrace Owner has bought up the Coast and must sell!!! After 60 years plus, Vendors' instructions couldn't be any clearer, it needs a SOLD sign .... Make no mistake, it's going to be sold. Come and have your say. Contact Dominic now. Porirua AUCTION 31 1 1 OPEN HOME: Sunday 12.00-12.40pm AUCTION: Thursday 19th April 2012 from 12:00 noon at the Harcourts Auction Rooms, Coastlands, Paraparaumu. (The Vendor reserves the right to sell prior) VIEW AT: www.harcourts.co.nz/PE6142 Licensed Agent REAA 2008 Dominic Fa'anoi P: 04 233 9233 M: 0210478992 E: firstname.lastname@example.org TEAM MKH LTD MREINZ 27 Sievers Grove How Low Can We Go? Little beauty located in lower Mungavin - 1950's three bedroom, solid home with polished floor throughout! Freshly painted and very tidy interior, only a coat of paint required for outside to complete the project ... it offers open plan living and dining plus wood burner. Sunny, fully fenced, garage and carport, handy to transport, Trust Park, shops, schools ... . Porirua ENQUIRY FROM $219,000 3111 OPEN HOME: Sunday 1.00-1.40pm VIEW AT: www.harcourts.co.nz/PE6143 Licensed Agent REAA 2008 Dominic Fa'anoi P: 04 233 9233 M: 0210478992 E: email@example.com TEAM MKH LTD MREINZ Striker lines up next goal, injured or not Sharp shooter: Aotea College footballer Emma Rolston has a busy winter ahead and has high hopes New Zealand wins their qualifiers and earn their place in Azerbaijan in September. By KRIS DANDO Emma Rolston is not going to let a dislocated shoulder curb her dreams of rep- resenting her country at a world cup. The 15-year-old Porirua footballer is an outstanding striker. She was part of the New Zealand under-17 side that beat Argentina twice in Buenos Aires in February, getting on the scoresheet in the second game as they won 2-0. These victories followed on from a series win over their Australian counter- parts in October and are good momentum going into the Oceania qualifiers for the Under-17 World Cup in Azerbaijan later this year. Playing in Argentina was fun, we're all really close, like a family. Our coach wanted us to focus on playing well as a team, rather than worrying about the score too much, so that's what we'll be doing [this month].'' In Auckland from April 9-13 they must overcome the Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea and New Cal- edonia to book their tickets to the big show. Rolston, who plays for Karori in the women's com- petition, is not over- confident of retaining her starting spot, knowing she has to prepare well. A camp this week will see selectors settle on a squad. Her training has been upset by a nasty fall off a skateboard three weeks ago, resulting in a dislocated left shoulder. I'm pretty sure it's not going to stop me [playing], it's healing well and I'll be at the camp.'' Rolston doesn't know where the footballing gene came from with two of her three brothers -- one of whom is her twin -- favouring cricket and hockey. She says her family have been very supportive as she chases more glory in the black jersey. The Aotea College student hopes football will take her places -- hopefully playing for the Football Ferns and winning a schol- arship to a US university. Proud Tawa sponsors Crash tackle: Porirua Auto Crash Repairs Ltd owners Neil and Sue Butterfield have always been behind the Hurricanes and Lions. Last week they joined Tawa RFC -- represented by Tawa club captain Allan Davidson -- to announce the Kenepuru Dr-based business would be the premier side's main sponsor for the 2012 season, starting Saturday. ''I know Dion [Waller, premier co- coach] and we had a talk about it one day and he spurred me to get involved,'' Mr Butterfield says. ''We see it's important to support a community club. It just fitted well.'' Mr Davidson says it is ''absolutely brilliant'' to have Porirua Auto Crash on board and the club members are delighted with the new jersey design.
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