Kapi-Mana News : February 26th 2013
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ABS / A/CP /ST At 5 7 LV 8 005 HOLDEN CALAIS 20 l k d f b 07 HOLDEN ASTRA SRI 200 ather trim heated front uto uto 4 4 door door le lea 5 MITSUBISHI GRANDIS 2005 Ebbett Porirua The Megacentre, 2 Tutu Place, Porirua | Phone: (04) 238 4670 | www.ebbett.co.nz AFTER HOURS: Gary Steward 021 421 351 | Ray Steed 021 515 699 OPENING HOURS - Weekdays 8.00am - 5.00pm • Saturday 9.00am - 4.00pm *Finance based on a 48 month Term, 25% deposit & includes a mechanical warranty, subject to normal lending criteria. 2002 TOYOTA IST $10,995 or $67pw 1.3l auto, tinted windows, EFI, CD player 5194746AA Hard yards ahead By KRIS DANDO Norths leader: Flanker Dean Brunsdon, battling through the Tawa defence last season, will lead from the front for Northern United in 2013. Photo: FAIRFAX NZ While the rest of us have been enjoying the summer weather, Northern United's senior rugby players have been sweating it out as the new club season app- roaches. Norths have their third coach in three years with Thomas Perenara now at the helm. He has an experienced coaching team that includes Steven Bachop and Richard Higgins, and is confident his side will hit the ground running come the first Swindale Shield match on April 1. But the number of players turning up for pre-season train- ing is not as high as Perenara would like. We've got plenty of guys who are just finishing up flag and touch football, and some of them now have national and inter- national obligations in those sports. We're not going to get in the way of that but it does make it harder to get prepared for the new season in a few weeks; there's had to be a lot of adjust- ment,'' he said. The core of the group that rea- ched the Jubilee Cup semifinal last year are back for another tilt at Wellington club rugby's silverware. Perenara said Henry Smith, Dean Brunsdon and Tomasi Palu are among the senior leaders but a number of young players will also get their oppor- tunity. The Porirua basin is full of natural talent and there are some great kids coming out of the colleges. But talent only takes you so far and it's import- ant we're all on the same page in terms of what we want to achieve.'' Although Perenara's son TJ and Hurricanes' squad members Faifili Levave and Eric Sione are unlikely to feature, they will turn up to training and games where possible to support their club. Winning the Swindale or playing open, running rugby on rock-hard turf is not on the new coach's radar yet. We're all feeling our way a bit here. We're developing good processes, working the players pretty hard and each one knows what is expected of them. We'll create game plans for each opponent we face. It's an excit- ing time for all of us at Norths.'' In good shape By KRIS DANDO Winding up: Chris Hampton's pitches couldn't save Porirua City United from a drubbing on Saturday, with the team losing 13-8 to the Hutt Valley Dodgers. Porirua City United dip- ped out in the semi-finals of the men's intercity softball competition on Saturday, but the team are able to reflect on a solid season. The premier 1 side came up short against the Hutt Valley Dodgers, going down 13-8. The week before PCU went down in the Wel- lington final, 8-2 to Poneke-Kilbirnie. They had an excellent season, going as far as they did in both compe- titions, and they're com- petitive every time they play,'' PCU club captain Alex Carter said. The PCU Premier 1 women's team, mean- while, lost 5-4 to Te Aroha on Saturday, missing out on a spot in the semi-finals. Carter says along with excellent results on the field, their 25th reunion celebration and securing sponsorship, the club is in good heart. The next focus for the men and women's sides is their interclub tourna- ments, beginning in mid- March.
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