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Upper Hutt Leader : October 26th 2011
48 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 SPORT 3 Geange St Upper Hutt Phone 528 8409 Open: Mon/Tues/Wed 7am - 6pm • Thurs/Fri 7am - 7pm • Sat 7am - 5pm Upper Hutt • Free Parking • Friendly People www.emw.co.nz Upper Hutt's favourite family butchers for over 60 years 2304462DV PORK MARINATED CHOPS $8.99KG O M /T /Wd 7 6 SAUSAGE OF THE WEEK PORK & BEEF BRATWURST BUY $20.00 OF PORK SIRLOIN STEAK AND WE WILL GIVE YOU $20.00 OF PORK SIRLOIN STEAK FOR FREE Th / Fi7 7 S 75 CRUMBED PORK SCHNITZEL U H tt F P ki Fi dl P l SUMMER SLAMMER 8 BBQ STEAK (PLAIN OR MARINATED) 8 MEAT PATTIES 10 BBQ BANGERS 8 BEEF KEBABS $21.99KG $9.99KG LEGEND Cory Jane. Upper Hutt, New Zealand and the world. Simply the best. Big entries for boxing nationals A record 210 New Zealand ama- teur boxers will contest the sport's national championships in Lower Hutt over four days, culminating in Saturday's finals night. The entry numbers for the Lower Hutt Town Hall event are the largest in the 109-year history of Boxing New Zealand, tourna- ment co-ordinator Jack Plowman says. It will be a great event with the cream of New Zealand's best ama- teur boxers on display. Results from here will form the base of the boxer rankings for the next twelve months.'' Local boxer Joseph Blackbourn, from the valley's Bellevue Boxing club, will carry the favourite's mantle in the senior middleweight division. The Hutt Valley boxer, who has just returned from the world champs in Azerbaijan, will look to win a title and book a berth at the Oceania Boxing championship in March. Blackbourn's stiffest compe- tition is likely to come from Sam McArthur (Canterbury), Sloan Auckram (Nelson) and Auckland's Josh Bowman. A new heavyweight champion will be crowned on Saturday. Tino Honey and David Light from Auckland have been in good form this year but the surprise could be Kahukura Bentson. The two-time Commonwealth Games rep has made the jump to heavy- weight for the first time and will be seeking a fourth New Zealand crown. The current light heavyweight champ Reece Papuni of Canter- bury can expect a big challenge from Taranaki's Sam Rapira, back in business after a hand injury, while former top juniors Tyson Whalley (Waikato) and Tyson Sykes (Central North Island) will be in the mix. Bowyn Morgan (Canterbury), who won the welterweight title last year, heads a field of eleven. The Heretaunga Boxing Club's Harry Scaife, representing Wel- lington/Hutt Valley, will chase the light welterweight title, with the youngster's opposition expected from Todd Commons (Canterbury) and Carl Dickey (Nelson). Four-time lightweight cham- pion Angus Donaldson (Mana- watu) will look for success again with Canterbury's North Beau- champ and the Central Auckland pair of Dayne Williams and Chad Milne as other contenders. There will be huge interest in the women's lightweight division where Eske Dost and Alexis Pritchard will resume a long-time rivalry. Upper Hutt do it tough in T20 Not quite: Upper Hutt wicket- keeper Dan van der Hayden tries a stumping of an Onslow batsman in Saturday's opening game of T20 cricket in the Pearce Cup at Trentham Memorial Park. Photo: PETER McDONALD Upper Hutt, promoted to the Pearce Cup for the 2011-12 season, struggled in cricket's opening day's two games, losing to Onslow and Karori in the T20 games played on artificial surfaces. In the first ,Onslow batted, hitting up 138-5 to which Upper Hutt replied with 90-4. In the afternoon game Upper Hutt's 92-7 was never going to be enough to challenge last season's champions, Karori, who easily hit up the runs for the loss of only two wickets.
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