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Upper Hutt Leader : July 27th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 27, 2011 NEWS SCOREBOARD FOOTBALL Upper Hutt City Football results, July 18 to 24: Monday, July 18, Capital Football Federation Capital 9, Upper Hutt City Saints 5, Wellington Utd 2. Saturday, July 23, Football Central Capital Premier, Pak ’n Save Upper Hutt City Football 4, Miramar Rangers 0. FC Capital 2, University 5, Pak ’n Save Upper Hutt City 1 (Sam Keats). Cap 5, Pak ’n Save Upper Hutt City Football 5 (Brook Searle 3, Tristan Elder 2, UHC RJs 1 (John Blaikie). Cap 9, Wellington Utd 1, UHC Saints 8 (Neville Philp 3, Marty Leck, Trevor Weaver, Jeff Hayne, Aaron Hayne, Mark Bloomfield). EQUIP YOURSELF WITH NECESSARY SKILLS AND INDUSTRY TOOLS TO HELP GAIN FUTURE EMPLOYMENT IN FORESTRY Duration: 40 weeks I Start: August 2011 I Fees: Fees apply Overview: This programme is an industry-based, practical programme designed to help you train for a career in the forestry industry. It will provide you with the foundation skills and knowledge you’ll need to begin working in a cable logging or ground based logging crew. Career opportunities: The course aims to provide a base knowledge of cable logging systems and their capabilities, to provide a solid foundation of essential skills needed to start a career in forest harvesting, and to grant practical application of the knowledge acquired. Students get an opportunity to work in forestry crews and get hands-on training with logging contractors and forestry companies at one of the many North Island locations. Students who apply themselves well and demonstrate a good work ethic can be recommended for employment at the end of the course. Phone/Text: Ranea McLean: 027 605 0051 Every effort has been made to ensure that the content of this advert is correct at the time of print. 0800 355 553 I www.twoa.ac.nz All courses are subject to student numbers and confirmation. Cap 11, UHC Marauders 3 ( Brett Faint, Mike Andrews, Steve Andrews), University Unicorns 4. Cap 12, Porirua City 1, UHC Defence 1. Cap 17, UHC Slayers 0, Brooklyn Northern Utd 16. Sunday, July 24, Lotto Women’s Central League, Massey University 11, NZ Data Upper Hutt City Football 1 (Nadine Dawson). Cap Women’s 2, cancelled. GOLF Trentham Camp Golf Club weekly results: July 19, stableford men div 1, G Cuttance 43; T Wilcox 42 c/b; J Hudson 42; T Antipas 40; B Stratford 38 c/b; J Wellington 38; R Pahau 37 c/b. Div 2, D Shearer 40 c/b; D Wanden 40; O Fowell 38; G Ulyate 37; C O’Riley 36; G Manning 35; T Hill 34. Ladies, H Herold 35 c/b; D Orr 35; J McPhie 34; C Adamson 32; K Witchalls 30; R Jackson 29. July 24, medal men div 1, B Tahiwi 68 c/b; A Aukino 68; V Sione 69. Div 2, J Trafford 68 c/b; G Cuttance 68; B Brownlie 69; K Animal helpers Upper Hutt Animal Rescue urgently needs new volunteers on a casual or fulltime basis. The animal haven, open seven Moore 70 c/b; J Hudson 70; A McDonald 71. Div 3, J Hunt 67; J O’Sullivan 68 c/b; D McCall 68; A McMurchie 71; M Sutton 74. Ladies, J McPhie 76 c/b; D Orr 76; H Herold 76; C Antipas 76; K Martin 76. Nearest pin # 3, J Hudson; # 8, M Whaley, A McMurchie. Te Marua Golf Club weekly results: Tuesday, July 19, midweek men stableford, Peter Cunningham 38, Jack Oran 37, Stephen Bird 37; nearest the pin #2 Gerard Birch, nearest the pin #15 Rex Andrews. Holes in two, Ray Montgomery. Wednesday, July 20, midweek women LGU and putting: Marie Orr 72 nett, Robyna Aitken 73, Joanne Carson 74, Sue Campbell 75, Maelene Criddle 75; putting, Maelene Criddle 28 c/b. Thursday, July 21, midweek men stableford: Dennis Grover 39, Pat Sharon 39, John Dando 38, Kheinan Morrissey 38; nearest the pin #2 Pat Sharon, nearest the pin #15 Paul MacDonald. Holes in two, Paul MacDonald, Dennis Grover, Kheinan Morrissey; longest drive – 59 Sean Girling, 60-69 Jeff Rigby, 70 Terry Harrison. Nearest the pin #13, 2nd shot Paul Provost. Saturday, July 23, mixed stableford: Blair Martin 40, Stephen Smith 37. Holes in two, Blair Martin #2. Sunday, July 24, stableford: Allan Old 37, Andrew Simpson 37, Jonathan Herd 37, Wayne Bach 35, Jim Walsh 34. Holes in two, Iain MacDonald #2, Norm Muir #15, Allan Old #9, Rex Peebles #11, Con Rogers #15, Paul Sanders #15, Ricky Scammell #2 & #9, Andrew Simpson #2. DARTS Upper Hutt Darts Association results of Maidstone Sports Power games played on July 21: Reynards Kiwis 4, Reynard NFI 11; Reynards Just Us 3, Fusion 12; Totara Gold days a week, is running with a minimum number of staff. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old, or accompanied by someone who is 18. The haven cares for unwanted 8, Reynards Atrix 7; Totara Green 5, Reynards Rovers 10; Maidstone 11, Slippery When Wet 4; Ruff As Guts 12, Don’t Know 3. High finish; Paul Cressey (108) T20-16-D16, Angela Glensor (112) T19-5-50. 180s, Mike Blaikie, Vito Sione, Ali Dunnett. ROLLERSPORTS Upper Hutt’s Katelyn Kennedy was the standout performer at the recent Nelson Open Rollerskating Competition. The 11-year-old entered five events and won them all. She won gold in elementary (11 and 12 year national level age grade) figures, freeskating, loops, solo dance and creative solo dance. Kennedy was one of eight skaters from the Upper Hutt Rollerskating Club who travelled to Nelson for the Nelson Club’s first open competition in many years. With small fields in most events, the Upper Hutt skaters managed to bring home 23 medals between them. Results: Figures junior international, Emma Hazelwood 1, youth international Grace Cooper 2; intermediate Kirsten Foley 1; elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 4; novice Thaylia Evans 1, Samantha Alexander 2; loops open Kirsten Foley 1; elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 3; freeskating intermediate Kirsten Foley 1; elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 2; solo dance senior international Sarah Jane Jones 1; junior international Emma Hazelwood 1; youth international Grace Cooper 3; intermediate Kirsten Foley equal 2; elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 2; preliminary Thaylia Evans 1; novice Samantha Alexander 1; creative solo dance intermediate Kirsten Foley 2, Thaylia Evans 4; elementary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Abigail Evans 2. cats and rabbits, and adopts them into new families. ❚ Call 526 2672 from 10am till 2pm on weekdays or on weekends from 10am till noon. 28 GOODSHED ROAD, UPPER HUTT Care & Education for children 0-5 years Monday to Friday, 7.15am 5.45pm OPEN 52 WEEKS NOW OPEN. The centre is located two minutes walk to Upper Hutt Railway Station. Very convenient for parents commuting to Wellington CHILDHOOD CONCEPTS is an exciting new centre resourced with quality equipment. Children will learn alongside qualifi ed and experienced caring teachers within a nurturing environment in partnership with parents. We are now accepting enrolments for children from birth to 5 years FOR MORE INFORMATION OR 3880455AA JUST TO DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS CONTACT 527 0282 OR 021 1000 676 A BRAND SPANKING NEW PANASONIC 42” 3D TELEVISION UP FOR GRABS EVERY DAY FOR 5 WEEKS! 42” 3D T EVE For all your Pool & Spa Chemicals come to your new local shop 122c Whakatiki Street Upper Hutt OPENING HOURS SEE YOUR DOMINION POST FOR YOUR DAILY CHANCE TO WIN NCE TO WIN 8am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday Servicing Pools, Spas, Pumps, Valet Service, Chemicals Phone 528 8808 www.capitalpools.co.nz POOL & SPA SHOP TTT005a 3894127AB
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