Kapi-Mana News : July 16th 2013
48 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JULY 16, 2013 MEXTED MOTORS 145-151 Main Rd, Tawa, Tel 232 8144 www.mexted.co.nz Home of Suzuki & Mitsubishi genuine parts and accessories. Brand Specialists in servicing all Suzuki & Mitsubishi models FOR YOUR BRAND SPECIALIST CALL IAN ON 232 1622 OR SAM ON 232 5520 GENUINE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES CALL REUBEN OR JOHN 232 1625 • SERVICE OF ALL MAKES AND MODELS CALL ANGELA OR VAUGHAN 232 1620 TO ARRANGE A TEST DRIVE, CONTACT EITHER IAN ON 232 1622 OR DARRAN 232 1623 Three generations of integrity, service and commitment Over 40 NZ New used vehicles always in stock COME AND MEET ANGE, VAUGHAN AND KENNY... THE FRIENDLY SERVICE TEAM. PRESENT THE TEAM WITH THIS ADVERT AND WE WILL CARRY OUT A FULL 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT FOR JUST $50. Happy to help with all your servicing requirements on Mitsubishi, Suzuki and all other makes and models. Specialists in fleet work, big or small. Courtesy vans and utes available as well as pick-up and delivery. Make Mexted Motors your "ONE STOP SHOP" with full parts and accessory department as well as tyre fitting, balancing and 4 wheel alignments at prices you will find hard to compare. *Excludes 4WD WITH JUST 1/3 DEPOSIT AND 2 YEARS TO PAY! FOR A LIMITED TIME. MASSIVE LOWS ACROSS NZ FIELDAYS® FORECAST It's SUZUKI'S HURRY, ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL 30 JUNE. www.suzuki.co.nz AVAIL ABLE ON NE W: FROM $18,990 + ORC 5375576AI Plucky effort by Aotea By ANDREA O'NEIL Tight spot: Aotea goal keep Darlene Tusani and KBJ goal shoot Anj Sami jostle for possession. Photos: ANDREA O'NEILL Blocked: Aotea wing attack Tepa Gibson looks for a way past KBJ centre Agnes Dean. KBJ 1 lifted themselves to third on the Porirua premier netball ladder by beating Aotea College Reds 31-18 at Mungavin Ave on Saturday. Table-trailers Aotea made a surprisingly strong start, and lag- ged only 4-3 at quarter time. They remained in touch at half- time, when it was 12-10 and even at the end of the third quarter trailed by only three, 18-15. KBJ put the pressure on in the closing stages, however, and their final margin was comfortable. Despite their win, KBJ were at their best, president Mel Haerewa said. We didn't wake up till the last quarter,'' she said. She felt the team should be leading the table. KBJ were third last season, behind Rockz and Norths, but Haerewa rated that an aberra- tion, because in the previous two seasons KBJ topped the table. To claw back their position players needed to make a commit- ment to practices and maintain fitness, Haerewa said. Game strategy was another area needing improvement. On the positive side, though their premier team needed work, as a club KBJ were stronger than ever, she said. In addition to their three club teams, a junior development team was formed this year. KBJ v Aotea was the only prem- ier match played because the Norths v Plimmerton Tuohy game was postponed owing to a bereave- ment, and Kahurangi 2 defaulted to Rockz. Norths 1 and Rockz head the table after five rounds.
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