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Finance Available Sample Pic 2004 Honda Accord Euro 2400cc, Auto, Alloys, ABS, Airbags, SPECTACULAR!! $112pw Players well on target By KRIS DANDO Dead-eye for darts: Leah Price, Craig Caldwell and Polly Luke were in the zone at the national darts champs in Rotorua in August with many of their Kapi Mana Darts Club colleagues also placing well. For darts player Craig Caldwell, being mentored by Phil Taylor is as big as it gets. The Porirua man won the open singles title at the national champs in Rotorua last month and, because of his semifinal fin- ish in a tournament on the Gold Coast not long after, will go to Britain in December. There, he and more than 150 other darts players from around the world will play off with the top 16 going to a qualifying school to try to earn a number of professional contracts. Regardless of how he fares, Caldwell said it was the oppor- tunity of a lifetime. It's invaluable experience, you get to play and be mentored by someone like Phil Taylor. I was hoping to get to play him [in the semis on the Gold Coast] but he was on the other side of the draw. That would have been special.'' Caldwell is part of the Kiwi team to take on the best in the Asia-Pacific Cup, beginning in Darwin on September 24. He will be joined by fellow Kapi Mana Darts Club player Polly Luke, who finished third-equal in the national singles, and runner-up with her partner Ebony Ngaire in the ladies' pairs. Luke is thrilled to be in the New Zealand team. I've been a bridesmaid [first reserve] three times before, so it's neat to make it.'' Kapi Mana's Leah Price was outstanding at the nationals, winning the singles from more than 200 others but missed out on a berth in the Kiwi team. I was determined to win and it was an awesome feeling, now I just have to stay there [keep playing to the high standard],'' Price said of her 4-0 demolition of fellow Wellington region player Anna Neho in the final. Caldwell, who is sponsored by Puma, is arguably the best darts player in the country with his dominant victory in the open men's division (251 entries). He was runner-up with Tony Bull in the men's pairs. He has an an understanding partner, Cathy, and employer to thank for being able to follow his dream. I spend most of my leave travelling and playing darts. We incorporate holidays around tournaments, so I'm lucky.'' Tawa comes out best of four teams Top finish: The Tawa U-21 side proved the strongest of four north Wellington and Porirua teams at a recent tournament. Photo: SUPPLIED Tawa AFC has won a local four- team under-21 football tourna- ment, beating Porirua Leste 2-0 in the final. The U-21 Finale event was staged at Onepoto Park on August 26 and also included teams from the North Wellington club. More than 100 spectators were there to support the four sides. Both Tawa and Porirua Leste reached the final under-strength but full of energy and commitment. Tawa hit the lead before halftime when Kieran Pratley poked the ball into the net after frenetic action in front of the goal. Porirua Leste were left ruing missed opportunities and close shaves. In the dying minutes, their goalkeeper came out as far as half- way and Tawa's Tim Fenton had little problem sealing the win with a well-taken long-range shot into the opposition's goal. Tawa coach Graham Street said the team really appreciated the intensive tournament. It is certainly good for some lesser' players to experience a tour- nament and for those Tawa players to win a cup -- many players never do. We really appreciate the loan of the North Wellington player -- Declan. This tournament shows the sportsmanship that we try to encour- age with this U-21s league.'' Porirua Leste coach Kayne Leigh- ton said his side played an attractive brand of football but luck was not on their side in the final. It is a really good experience for our boys to appreciate the tension and urgency present and mental alertness needed in such a short game with quick turnaround between games in a tournament. The clubs wished to thank Jamie Cross from Capital Football for mak- ing the fields available, and council staff for the quality playing surfaces.
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