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Upper Hutt Leader : September 7th 2011
47 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 Swim, stick, jump, stick, splash, stick, run, stick. ®Registered trade mark Johnson & Johnson (New Zealand) Ltd. Auckland. DA1710MT. NZ6484/11. New BAND-AID® Waterproof Tough-StripsTM will stick with them through anything. BAND-AID® Sports Kid of the Week Nominate someone you know to be the BAND-AID® Sports Kid of the Week! Just send us their name, address and daytime phone number, along with a photo and brief outline of what makes them a great sporting kid. Email your entries to email@example.com before 4pm 23/9/2011. QUINTON HAYWOOD Age 9 Soccer fanatic, sportsperson extraordinaire When Quinton turned up ready to play for HIS team, the opposing team was 1 player short so he played for them and was put into goal and had to stop his own teams goals. The opposing team won the game thanks to Quintons commitment to the game, an extraordinary example of good sportsmanship from one so young. COACHES and MANAGERS wanted for Upper Hutt Rugby Club Upper Hutt Rugby Club is on the lookout for coaches and managers for the 2012 season. Applications are open for self-motivated rugby people willing to make a contribution to our club. We want inspirational people who seek a rewarding experience and who can meet the challenges of coaching or managing our teams. Club teams proposed for next year are: Premier, Senior 2, Senior 3, Under 21, Under 19, Under 85kg, social grades and presidents. For details phone: Paul Assur 0274 843 754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to PO Box 40 149 Upper Hutt 4018151 In a spin. Gymnast Jayde Maguire goes through her routine at the Rimutaka Senior Champs held over the weekend at Rimutaka GymSports. Jayde was involved in Step 8 (15 years plus) unders competition, finishing second overall including firsts on the floor and the beam. The event attracted good numbers of senior gymnasts from Wellington and the lower North Island and also served as a trial for future Wellington team selection.Photo: PETER McDONALD Winners in face off By COLIN WILLIAMS Upper Hutt and St Pat's Silver- stream will face off against each other this afternoon after both sides emerged as winners, but with widely differing margins, in the opening round of rugby league's Stephen Kearney Cup. Upper Hutt, embarking on a campaign to take out the cup for a fourth season in a row, had to work hard against a probably under-rated Hutt International Boys School on Thursday, win- ning 22-20 on their home ground. The day before, Silverstream, in contrast, were big winners over the new team in the pool, Aotea. The blue and whites monstered their opposition 46-14 and might fancy their chances at getting over a largely new-look Upper Hutt outfit. The 4pm game at Upper Hutt College will be played for the Ross Whaanga Kumite trophy and looks likely to decide who will be the winner of the three- match pool play. HIBS will travel to Aotea looking to build on their good work, claim a win and keep finals qualifying hopes alive. Meanwhile, on Saturday in the new year 9 and 10 Johnny Lomax Cup, both Upper Hutt and HIBS were opening round winners with HIBS showing they have plenty of promise coming through. They dealt to St Pat's Silver- stream 32-14 while a rampant Upper Hutt ran away from Taita 42-12. Upper Hutt meet Silverstream on Saturday, while HIBS are away to Taita. A Deacon blue: Last week's Leader incorrectly titled Declan Fisher as captain of the Upper Hutt College rugby league team. Deacon Fisher, a year 13 student, leads the side. When worlds collide: Players from UK Kiwi (blue) and Assyria clash for possession in the opening round of play in the Upper Hutt Ethnic Community Football on Saturday. A stunning late winter Saturday afternoon welcomed in the first round of the annual event at Awakairangi Park, which this year features 16 teams involved in four pools of round-robin pool play. The six- week event finishes with a finals day on October 15 at Harcourt Park. First round winners were Somalia, Wellington All Stars, South Sudan, Fiji Sangham, Vatican City, Cambodia, Wellington Fiji and Assyria, who were 4-2 winners over UK Kiwi. Photo: PETER McDONALD
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