Kapi-Mana News : April 9th 2013
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Was $9,995 Finance Available From $92pw From $101pw SALE From $80pw 2006 Mitsubishi Grandis 2400cc, 7 Seater, Alloys, ABS, Airbags DONT MISS THIS!! 5286601AA SUBARU SPECIALIST NORTH CITY AUTOMOTIVE • WoF • Service • repairS 10B Wall Place, Porirua • 232 0271 2308970AA King holds Tawa court More than 100 people attended the launch of Tawa Squash Club's academy on the week- end, including New Zealand women's No 1 Joelle King The event started with a demonstration of the Small Nix, 5- to 8-year-olds , Tornadoes, 8- to 19-year-olds, and Elite Squad program- mes, followed by more than 40 kids taking on King in a king of the court'' session. Having the opportunity to do so with New Zealand's most decorated current women's squash player was both a thrill and a privi- lege for all who got the chance, club manager Peter Bowers said. The rest of the day was made available to female players who had an opportunity to take on King. Bowers said there were occasional shrieks of delight as players sneaked a point over their illustrious rival. King also took time to chat to members over a glass of wine and nibbles about her life experiences, including her rise to be ranked world No 6, winning commonwealth gold and competition drug testing. Bowers said nine new members were signed up, 14 committed to the new academy programme, and 19 young prospects commit- ted to the upcoming school holiday programme. Cruising to another title Whitby mountain biker Eden Cruise has retained his Oceania championship crown. The St Patrick's College town student successfully defended the under-15 cross- country title during Easter weekend in Glenorchy, Tas- mania. The 13-year-old won the grade last year in Rotorua and this year his time of 33min 48sec left the rest of the field more than four-and- a-half minutes behind. Samara Sheppard of Chur- ton Park finished fifth among the elite women and Karen Hanlen of Whakatane comfortably won the class. The under-15 race was combined with the under-17. Eden said he got off to a good start and put a gap between him and the rest of both fields. At the start of the second lap climb I felt dead, just couldn't push and ended up being past by a couple of under-17 riders,'' he said. By the top of the climb, he felt strong again. I gained some time back down the hill and managed to get a strong finish in. Season starts Battling hard: Western Suburbs' Mohammed Awad on attack during the Central League match on Saturday against newcomers Upper Hutt, which ended 1-1.Photo: PETER MCDONALD The weather's turned cold, the rain has come -- it must be time for winter sports. Rugby league and football began during the weekend, with mixed results across the board for Porirua and Tawa sides. In premier rugby league action, Porirua Vikings lost 30-18 to defending premiers Randwick, St George won by default because opponent Petone was unable to field a side. In Central League football, the young Western Suburbs side battled to a 1-1 draw with newly-promoted Upper Hutt at Endeavour Park. Ryan Thomas scored for Wests. Tawa, meanwhile, had the same score away at Wairarapa Utd, with Connor Dunne netting for the visitors. In Swindale Shield rugby, Tawa have continued their impressive start. They knocked over Upper Hutt on Easter Monday, before thrashing Wainuiomata away on Saturday, 35-12. Norths, however, suffered their second loss in a row, beaten 29-13 by Petone. They lost their opener to Poneke.
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