Kapi-Mana News : November 27th 2012
45 KAPI-MANA NEWS, NOVEMBER 27, 2012 SPORT 4959025AB Subaru and European Genuine Car parts at second hand prices Panels Lamps Tyres Batteries Mechanical Electrical We buy cars for Recycling 9 Mohuia Crescent, Elsdon, Porirua Ph: 237 5161 Email: email@example.com 4456656AA Woodcock stars North City were undone by the spin of Luke Wood- cock as they crumbled to defeat against Johnson- ville on Saturday. Johnsonville only posted 200 all out in 49.4 overs, batting first at Linden Park, with Ben Turner (3-18 from 6.4 overs) and Russell Kyne (3-41 from 10) helping keep it to a reachable target. But Woodcock's 5-29 tore through the North City lineup, as they were rolled for 102 in just under 35 overs. Russell Pepperell (17) and skipper Michael Pollard (41) got them to 67 for the first wicket, but no-one else registered double figures. The middle and lower order batsmen recorded five ducks. Kayakers win in Tasman Winners are grinners: A tired and wet, but smiling, Team Makaira-Interislander from Porirua following their victory at the Waka Te Tasman. Photo: SUPPLIED Team Makaira-Interislander from the Porirua Canoe Kayak Club showed their class in the Waka Te Tasman competition earlier this month, taking out all three stages in the premier W6 race. Their time of 1:37:37 at Kaiteriteri gave them an impressive winning margin of more than five minutes over the full 21km distance. After the team narrowly missed out on the trophy at last year's event, this year they left no stone unturned in their preparation, team mem- ber Joern Scherzer said. Fel- low paddlers Matt Archer, Marty McDowell, Paddy Rimene, Jack Wormald and Api Hurihanganui all put in plenty of practice time before the big day on November 17. The event was the biggest yet, with more than 280 padd- lers and 35 teams. Porirua Canoe Kayak Club premier women's Team Inano also won their division, and Team Makaira's Marty McDowell, the national sprint champion, won the W1 race over 10km. In total, the club took home seven trophies, including the club trophy, which is based on points accumulated. The club is preparing for the regional Waka Ama Sprint Champs on December 8 and 9 December in Porirua, and the national champs on Lake Karapiro in mid- January. Team Makaira- Interislander is working to improve on last year's bronze medal at the nationals in the W6 and WT12 500m. Standard maintained Repeat: Another year, another title for Tawa's Premier 1 girls' hockey team. Tawa Hockey Club's Premier 1 girls' team has claimed back-to-back titles. The side defeated Indians Club 1-0 in the final, adding to its 2011 trophy. Tawa P1 girls' coach Jenni Cronin puts their success down to a commitment to develop and nurture young players. This resulted in nine girls from the 14-player squad rep- resenting Wellington. Annaleisha Wood, Lauren Walker, Saasha Masters, Paris Tait, and Brooke Ell- iston and Isabella Cronin- Stone played for the Welling- ton under-13 side that fin- ished runner-up at the Natio- nal Collier Tournament -- the region's best ever result at the tournament. The club remains commit- ted to its development culture.
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