Kapi-Mana News : April 23rd 2013
44 KAPI-MANA NEWS, APRIL 23, 2013 5316677AA Johnston Ebbett Finance options available Mechanical, GAP, CCI and vehicle insurance. All trades welcome. *Finance based on a 48 month Term, 25% deposit & includes a mechanical warranty, subject to normal lending criteria. The Megacentre, 2 Tutu Place, Porirua | Phone: (04) 238 4670 | www.johnstonebbett.co.nz AFTER HOURS: Gary Steward 021 421 351 | Ray Steed 021 515 699 OPENINGHOURS-Weekdays8.00am-5.00pm•Saturday9.00am-4.00pm 2007 HOLDEN GTR LIMITED EDITION Auto, Tiptronic, leather trim, DVD, 19" Alloys with new tyres $28,995 or $160pw 2008 HOLDEN CALAIS V Petrol V6, tiptronic, cruise control, alloys, leather trim, Sat nav, DVD player, bluetooth $26,995 or $150pw 2008 HOLDEN OMEGA Tiptronic, cruise control, 19" mag alloys, tinted windows $20,995 or $117pw 2010 Holden Captiva 5 2.4l petrol, tiptronic auto, cruise control, bluetooth, tinted windows $23,995 or $130pw 2010 HOLDEN CAPTIVA 5 2.4l petrol, Tiptronic, 5 seater, Running boards, Alloys $28,995 or $155pw 2001 Holden Acclaim V6 auto, alloys, tinted windows, airbags, towbar $11,995 or $72pw 2012 HOLDEN BARINA CDX 1.2L manual, alloys, cruise control, CD player, economical, Balance of extended 5 year new car warranty $16,995 or $100pw 2004 MAZDA ATENZA SPORT WAGON 23S Auto, alloys, partial leather, tinted windows, nice look $14,995 or $87pw 2010 HOLDEN BARINA auto, alloys, very economical, airbags, Low km's $13,995 or $82pw 2008 HSV HOLDEN ASTRA VXR 6 speed manual, leather trim, heated seats, alloys, stunning vehicle $26,995 or $150pw 2007 FORD FALCON XR6 Auto, cruise control, premium sounds and 18" mag upgrade, excellent condition $18,995 or $110pw 2007 HSV HOLDEN GTS 6.0litre V8, Tiptronic, alloys, magnetic ride suspension, cruise control, Bluetooth, leather trim $46,995 or $260pw 5 Speed manual, 1.8l petrol, Cruise control, Low km's, Balance of new car warranty $19,995 or $115pw 2010 HOLDEN CRUZE CD 2013 HOLDEN COLORADO LT 4x2 Auto- 2.8l diesel, colour coded hard lid, Bluetooth, towbar, tinted windows, cruise control, 20" mag and tyre combo Only $44,995 or $240pw Young bowlers in nationals By KRIS DANDO Top bowlers: Finbar McGuigan, Latisha Tuia and Cory Saunders will be wearing Aotea colours at the national secondary school bowls champs in Wellington in December. Aotea College's bowls programme continues to produce fruit, with three players progressing through regionals to qualify for the natio- nal finals later this year. The pairing of year 9 Finbar McGuigan and year 13 Cory Saunders went through the secon- dary schools tournament in Wanganui earlier this month unbeaten. Year 12 student Lati- sha Tuia, meanwhile, will be appearing in her second nationals after also winning all three of her singles matches. Brady Amer and Bradley Down, who are ranked top among their peers in this region, missed out. McGuigan and Saunders were a last-minute pairing, with the latter admitting his younger part- ner took control. I've known Finbar for a while but it's the first time we've played together. It just seemed to click, we worked well, although he was definitely bossing me around.'' Saunders, a member of the first XV that left for a short tour of Samoa last week, says he took up bowls when the programme began at Aotea three years ago for a laugh''. But he enjoyed the stra- tegy, teamwork and concen- tration. Aotea College bowls coach Rachel Wybourne Curtin says the sport continues to grow in popu- larity. Commencing in February 2011, they had four members, 12 in the second year and 17 this year. Mud and discipline play their part in matches Tawa lost top spot in the Swindale Shield while Norths recorded their second win on the trot in Wellington club rugby on Saturday. In wet, muddy conditions for all games in the region, points were at a premium. Tawa's 9-8 loss to Poneke at Kilbirnie Park was old- school, forwards dominating play. The visitors' ill-discipline let them them down with two yellow cards in the first half to Tolu Fahamokioa and Etuale Togia. They also turned down two pen- alties, which would prove crucial, going in 6-3 behind at the break, while Randall Bishop's miss from in front and a try that went beg- ging in the corner were costly. For all that, they were camped on the Poneke line with time up. Norths inflicted Hutt Old Boys- Marist's first loss, moving to mid- table after a tight 23-20 win at Porirua Park. They fought back from a 20-10 halftime deficit, Dean Brunsdon scoring with 15 minutes left to play. Jackson Garden-Bachop had a solid tactical kicking game and Norths' forwards were tireless. Tawa's loss has them two points behind Poneke, on 16, after four matches, while the Porirua side is eighth with 10 points. Lyndhurst Park will be the venue for a classic match-up between Tawa and Norths on Anzac Day. Kickoff set for 3pm.
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