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Upper Hutt Leader : July 13th 2011
42 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 13, 2011 NEWS HOUSE OF THE WEEK 5 Miro Street, Upper Hutt "TIMELESS REFLECTION" A visually appealing property, the current vendors have transformed this 5 bedroom home to a very fine standard but have still retained the original charm. Seamless links between the old & new, an interior renovation that has breathed life into this already gorgeous home. The raised ceilings of the 1950's era create a sense of space. Funky adjoining contemporary lounge & dining area have been teamed with a splash of glamour & decadence. Feminine touches abound in the bathrooms dramatic wallpaper feature walls. The modern kitchen, featuring an "old coal range". Storage in abundance. Rustic courtyard. Featuring a detached 2-bedroom cottage. There is plenty more to see so go behind the scenes now, seeing is believing. Vendors will consider all offers in writing on Wednesday 27th July 2011, 1pm Upper Hutt Office Open Home: Sunday 1.00-1.30pm www.open2view.com ID#249213 AGENT DETAILS: Marc Walker 0275 836 256 Remax Leaders Upper Hutt MREINZ (Licensed REAA2008) 2514457CV Bill Lindsay a/h 972 7912 0274 456 992 Alan Webb a/h 568 5782 0274 460 613 Lindsay Webb Valuations LIMITED 569 2095 Valuers Living Locally: Valuing Locally 3039545AX SCOREBOARD RUGBY Rimutaka Rugby Club junior results: Unicorp Holdings U6, no score. Dzine Signs U6, 70-40 win POD Joshua C. S G Weddell Plumbing U6, 55-50 win POD Banx Martin. Workmen Construction U7, no score. Cmc Electrical U7, 85-65 win POD Zaybein and Shane. Ems U8, 95-5 loss POD Ethan. Porta Showers U8, 35-20 win POD Kemara Mahuri-Tukukino. Odysseus U9, 75-20 loss POD Jahlani Wichman. K J Lally U9, 40-30 win POD Tyrese Heedham. L R Dalton U10, loss POD Rhys Dozer Lloyd. Crook Motors U10, 80-15 loss POD Trevor. O'Riley Transport U11, no score. Sapphire Consultants U12, no score. Taka/Upper Hutt U13, 61-0 loss POD Marcus Heemi. FOOTBALL Upper Hutt City Football weekend results: Seniors, Saturday, Football Central Capital Premier, Wainuiomata 1, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 6 (Matt Gasper 3, Matt Bennett, Phil Paterson, Mike Howells). Capital 2, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 1 (Jason Mullins), Tawa Bulldogs 1. Capital 5, Wellington Utd Arms 0, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 0; UHC RJs 3(Ali James, Aaron Passmore, Own goal). Capital 9, Tawa 0, Upper Hutt City Saints 1 (Neville Philp). Capital 11, Upper Hutt City Marauders vs Karori Stags Abandoned. Capital 12, 17, 18 cancelled. Sunday, Lotto Women's Central League, NZ Data Upper Hutt City Football 1 (Georgia Izzard), Brooklyn Northern Utd 2. Capital Women's div 2, Island Bay Utd 3, NZ Data Upper Hutt City Football 5 (Alex Ryder 3, Sheryl Houghton-Davis, Sarah Duffin). Juniors, Saturday, 7th grade, Hutt Valley, Silverpines (4) Petone Travellers (4) POD Toby Braun; UH Oxford (1) Petone Wanderers (8) POD Olly Whalen; Upper Hutt (0) Petone Rovers (7) POD Kate Henderson; Silverstream (5) S/V Thunder (2) POD Pat Green; UH St Brendan's (2) Naenae Thunderbolts (8) POD Jordan Nolan; UH Fraser (4) Eastbourne Glitterbugs (2) POD Maddox Anderson; Petone Villagers (5) Totara Park (0) POD Zac Blake. 8th grade, Hutt Valley, UH Westpac (2) UH save2learn (3) POD Jamie Hogan and Adam Gillies; UH SilverShooters (5) UH SilverStormers (1) POD Harry McMahon and Hunter Slee; UH Strikers (6) UH Selig (2) POD Aden Sadler and Thomas Burt; UH SilverDragons (3) LH Storm (0) POD Fletcher Tournquist; UH PSB Panthers (5) Eastbourne Rockets (0) POD Joshua McCarroll; UH Dolly Wash Dynamite (4) Petone Aurora (3) POD Taylor Mills. 9th grade, Hutt Valley, UH Maidstone Sports (5) Stop Out Rufer (3) POD Lewis Ault and Andrew Jenkins; UH Mortgage Link (1) Petone Travellers (6) POD Callum Malden; UH Totara Park (3) Eastbourne Mariners (4) POD Zane Williams; UH Oxford Crescent (1) LH Strikers (4) POD Hayden Bryant; UH Silver Stormers (1) Stop Out Blair (1) POD Sophie Smith; UH Pinehaven (7) Stop Out Malcolmson (0) POD Christian Maa; UH Plateau (1) Eastbourne Tigers (3) POD Danyon Sievers; UH All Saints (2) Stop Out McCreadie (4) POD Euan Kortink. 11th grade, Hutt Valley, UH United Water (0) Naenae Cyclones (2) Chris Gillespie; UH Titans (1) LH Cougars(2) POD Seth Fraser; UH Mortgage Link (0) Stokes Valley Strikers (9) POD Finn Harrison; UH All Saints (1) Stokes Valley Vikings (2) POD Paora Winika; UH Stingers (4) Wainui Raiders (2) POD whole team. 13th grade, JPL, Upper Hutt City (3) Naenae (3) POD Liam Wood; promo, UH Advkit (5) Douglas Villa (1) POD Josh Bamber; Hutt Valley, Wainui Tigers (3) UH Titans (4) POD Scott Millen; UH United (8) St Bernards (0) POD Logan Trott. 14th grade, promo, UH Steve McNabb Electrical (8) Wellington College (1); UH United (1) Marist (3). Girls only league, 10th grade UH T Barr Plumbing (9) Onslow Fitzroys (2) POD Rosie Baille. Stokes Valley Football Club results: Saturday, 6th grade, S/V Yellow (0) Naenae Muskateers (3); S/V Strikers (2) Eastbourne Dynamites (4) POD Kahlea Potea Richardson. 7th grade, UH Silverstream (5) S/V Thunder (2) POD Oscar Reid; S/V Lions (0) Petone Settlers (8) POD Chloe Connan. 8th grade, Petone Pioneers (1) S/V Ninjas (8) POD Max Drummond; S/V Warriors (3) Petone Rovers (6) POD Joshua Pereira. 9th grade, S/V Wizards (0) Naenae Tuis (5) POD Amiria Hirinui. 11th grade A, S/V Strikers (10) UH Mortgage Link (0) POD Zion Grace. 11th grade C, S/V Vikings (2) UH All Saints (1) POD Swapnil Bhagat. 12th grade A, S/V Red Devils (5) UH Rangers (0) POD Moochie Brass/Matiu Samuel. 14th grade, E/Bourne United (1) S/V Phoenix (2). Sunday, 13th grade girls, S/V Magic (6) NW Ravens (0) POD Grace Taylor. ROLLERSPORTS Upper Hutt Rollerskating Club results from the recent Laurie Hastie competition held in Palmerston North: Figures, classic Paula Boulcott 1, masters Roger Boulcott 1, junior Emma Hazelwood 3, youth Grace Cooper 3, cadet Jordan Bougen 2, Terriann Randle 3, intermediate Caitlin Williams 1, Samantha Whitham 4, elementary Abigail Evans 2, Katelyn Kennedy 4, juvenile Hayley Patten 4, Chloe Paul 7, preliminary Hollie Goldstone 4, Zoe Greer 9, novice Victoria Edwards 4, Ashleigh Hunter 6, Emma Greer 7, Thaylia Evans 8, Samantha Alexander 10. Loops, advanced Emma Hazelwood 1, open Jordan Bougen 1, Caitlin Williams 2, Terriann Randle 3, elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Hayley Patten 2. Freeskating cadet Terriann Randle 1, intermediate Caitlin Williams 3, Samantha Whitham 4, Jordan Bougen 6, elementary Katelyn Kennedy 2, Abigail Evans 4, Hollie Goldstone 6, juvenile Hayley Patten 4, Chloe Paul 7, tiny tots Aria Coleman 1, preliminary Ashleigh Hunter 3, Zoe Greer 5, novice Victoria Edwards 5, Emma Greer 6. Dance pairs masters Roger and Paula Boulcott 1. Solo dance, masters Paula Boulcott 2, senior Sarah-Jane Jones 1, junior Emma Hazelwood 1, cadet Jordan Bougen 1, Terriann Randle 2, intermediate Caitlin Williams 3, elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 4, Hollie Goldstone 5, juvenile Hayley Patten 1, Chloe Paul 6, Victoria Edwards 8, preliminary Thaylia Evans 1, novice Zoe Greer 1, Ashleigh Hunter 2, Emma Greer 3, Samantha Alexander 4. Speed, indoor Georgia Hurley 200m 1, 400m 1, 200m handicap 2, Hadley Beech 400m 3, 800m 3, 1500m 3, Korey St Clare 400m 1, 800m 2, 1500m 3, 3000m 1, outdoor Georgia Hurley 200m 2, 800m 1, Hadley Beech 500m 3, 1000m 3, 1500m 3, Korey St Clare 500m 3, 1000m 3, 3000m 3. AIKIDO Rimutaka Aikido Club gradings: Jordan Grant, shodan black belt; Kevin Sartorelli, first kyu. GOLF Trentham Camp Golf Club weekly results: July 5, medal men div 1, M Sutton 69; T Wilcox 72; B Stratford 73 c/b; T Antipas 73; G Cuttance 73; J Eathorne 74; A Browne 74. Div 2, G Ulyate 58; B Rudman 60; O Fowell 69; J Visser 72; P McAlpine 74; R Mail 76; D Wanden 77 c/b; I Franklin 77; G Manning 79. Ladies, R Jackson 73 c/b; H Herold 73; C Adamson 80; G Bish 83 c/b. July 10, foursomes ladies, B Boaza, G Bish 78.5; C Adamson, J Shearer 80.5; R Jackson, P Morris 81.5. Men, J Galyer, A Aukino70.5; M Phillips, V Sione 71.5; R Orr, C Orr 72.5 c/b; C Herewini, R Tapurau 72.5; D Laban, K Moore 73.5; R Foote, J Trafford 74; R Guinness, T Wilcox 74.5. Te Marua Golf Club weekly results: Tuesday, July 5, midweek men, stableford 1st Rex Peebles 40, Jack Oran 39, Ron Duffy 37, John Moen 37, Jeff Rigby 37. Nearest the pin #2 Paul Provost, nearest the pin #15 Ray Montgomery. Holes in two, Steve Dearns #2, Rex Peebles #2, Jack Oran #6, Ray Montgomery #15. Tuesday nine-hole ladies nett, Iris Cottle 39, putting Iris Cottle 16. nearest the pin #15; Iris Cottle. Wednesday, July 6, midweek women stableford 1st Pat Sinding 36, Gill Dry 34, nearest the pin Gail Waight. Holes in two Maelene Criddle. Thursday, July 7, midweek men stableford 1st Peter Stone 38, Clive Dunstan 37. Nearest the pin #2 Bob Dry, nearest the pin #15 Peter Stone. Holes in two Bob Dry, Ken Wyman. Saturday, July 9, mixed stableford; James Ritchie 34, Kayne Martin 34 c/b. HOCKEY Upper Hutt Junior Hockey results from Saturday: 6 aside loss 3-6 v Kelson, goal scorers Rebekah Parry x2, Billy Moore, POD Rebekah Parry; UH Gold draw 2-2 v Wainuiomata 2, goal scorers Jayden Lakeman, Angus Bowmar, POD Harrison White; 11 aside mixed draw 1-1 v Tawa, goal scorer Neteske Venter, POD Cassandra Dawson; P1 boys draw 1-1 v Hutt 1, goal scorer Matthew McComb, POD Nathan Watt. BOWLS Gethings Motors indoor bowls interclub results second round week three: Section one, Bl Signal (SVK) 11(30) T Burrowes (UHS) 3 (13) Br Signal (UHS) 9 (15) D Philp (UHCos) 5 (15). Section two, C McAdam (UHS) 8 (21) S Reid (UHCos) 6 (20), T Gould (Omai) 8 (15) K Roughton (UHCos) 6 (13). Section three, L Fisher (SVPres) 13 (22) R Glover (St Cath's) 1 (18), R Conn (UHCOS) 8 (15) M Holmes (UHS) 6 (18), H Duncan (St Cath's) 8 (27) I Crighton (Brent) 6 (26). Section four, G Baker (UHCos) 10 (26) W Page (SV Pres) 4 (16) P Barr (Omai) 8 (28) T Domney (UHS) 6 (17), A Cook (UHCos) 7 (26) J Hunt (Brent) 7 (13). The two teams with byes were S Leck and R Geerlings. New craft market to celebrate creativity By JIMMY NESS From hand-made jewellery to children's clothing, the new Get Crafty market celebrates Upper Hutt's creativity. The event will run on the first Sunday of every month in the Logan St car park, near the Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Club. Organiser Nic Hayden says she came up with the idea for a craft market because there was nowhere for people to sell their creations. I think this is the perfect opportunity to see what Upper Hutt can do. We expect to have about 50 stalls.'' Get Crafty runs from 9am to 1pm and will feature a range of arts and crafts including merino clothing, hand-made cards and jams, wooden trinkets and artwork. It's free to come along, Ms Hayden says. If you are interested in having a market stall, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them online at facebook.com/getcraftyonlogan. Stalls are $20 to $40. Applications open for 2011 Encore awards ' There are many people in our region going the extra mile to protect and improve the natural environment and the awards are our opportunity to show our appreciation for their efforts. ' Barbara Donaldson Greater Wellington environment wellbeing committee chairwoman Are you improving and restoring our region's rivers, lakes, wetlands, dunes and coasts, and protecting and enhancing our history for future generations? Applications are now open for the 2011 Encore Awards, which honour individuals, community groups, busi- nesses, schools and landowners whose sustained commitment to environmental resto- ration, nature and conservation is mak- ing the region a bet- ter place to live. The awards are a partnership between Greater Wellington Regional Council, the Department of Con- servation's Welling- ton Hawke's Bay Conservancy and the Wellington Hawke's Bay Conservation Board. Once again we are pleased to partner with the DOC and the conservation board to offer these awards, and for the support of Mer- idian Energy and the Historic Places Trust,'' says Greater Wellington environment wellbeing committee chairwoman Barbara Donaldson. There are many people in our region going the extra mile to protect and improve the natural environ- ment and the awards are our oppor- tunity to show our appreciation for their efforts,'' she says. They also highlight what's being done by so many in our community to ensure that the past is not forgot- ten, and entice people outdoors to appreciate nature,'' says Wellington Hawke's Bay Conservation Board chair Helen Algar. Leading by example, they encour- age us all to look after our natural environment, to get from it the benefits we need for our health and wellbeing and our prosperity,'' DOC's Wellington Hawke's Bay conser- vator Alan McKenzie says. This year there are three new award categories to honour groups or individuals who are developing, maintaining and pro- moting outdoor rec- reation facilities, landowners protecting and restoring biodiversity on their land, and busi- nesses and individuals preventing pollution, and reducing their environmental impact. Applications close on Friday, August 26. For more information see gw.govt.nz/ encoreawards, email email@example.com or phone 830 4270.
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