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Upper Hutt Leader : November 2nd 2011
56 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 2, 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 2304462DW BUY $20.00 OF PORTERHOUSE STEAK AND WE WILL GIVE YOU $20.00 OF PORTERHOUSE STEAK FOR FREE KIWI ROYALE CARVE HAM $6.99KG Cooked bone in ham O O M M / /T T / /W Wd d7 7 6 6 T Th h / /F Fi i 7 7 7 7 S St7 7 5 BUY $10.00 OF CRUMBED SCHNITZEL AND WE WILL GIVE YOU $10.00 OF CRUMBED SCHNITZEL FOR FREE UH t tF Pk i F id lP l SAUSAGE OF THE WEEK PORK SPEND OVER $25.00 AND BE INTO WIN $50 OF MEAT OF YOUR CHOICE HAWAIIAN PORK LOIN CHOPS $10.99 KG Details in store Stuffed with old English stuffing & pineapple & diced bacon Special city parade honours Cory Jane By COLIN WILLIAMS ' As a city we are all aware and extremely proud of the contribution Cory made to the historic All Black's cup win. I think it is important that we acknowledge him. ' Wayne Guppy, Upper Hutt mayor A special city parade to honour Cory Jane, Upper Hutt's World Cup winning All Black is to be held on Saturday week, November 12.The noon parade, which will see the 32-test All Black travelling in an open backed vehicle, will finish up at the front of the city council buildings in Fergusson Drive where a presentation will be made by the mayor Wayne Guppy. The event's planning is still in the early stages but it is expected the parade will begin at either Gibbons St or Pine Av, head- ing north to King St and then back along Fergusson Drive to the civic chambers. The council was this week contacting all the city's schools detailing the event and there is expected to be involvement from the junior playing ranks of the Upper Hutt and Rimutaka rugby clubs. As a city we are all aware and extremely proud of the contribution Cory made to the historic All Black's cup win. I think it is important that we acknowledge him. He was astounding all tournament, man of the match in the semifinal against Aust- ralia and an 80-minute player in that epic final. He showed us all his skills and showed how valuable they are to the total All Black effort,'' Mr Guppy says. The whole of Upper Hutt was riding with him, I know that. Being a World Cup winning All Black, that's legend. We've seen the big team parades and the massive public response and it's fitting we honour our own man at the cup. It's likely something that might never be repeated.'' St Pat's the top 7s team St Pat's Silverstream won the first Welling- ton Schools For Everyone 7s'' competition and will represent the Wellington/ Wairarapa region at its national event in Auckland on December 4. The sevens, held at Naenae College on Labour Day, is part of the BNZ Condor 7s series. Silverstream were dominant in dis- patching Naenae (40-0), Newlands (19-0), Taita (28-0), and then Wellington College (17-10) in the final to clinch the Christian Cullen Cup. The event showcased sevens rugby with the teams showing outstanding talent and skills, while the finals play showed a very high level of fitness was needed to cement a winning performance. In the girls' competition, Upper Hutt went desperately close to pulling off a title win, going down 10-12 to Aotea (the 15-a-side champions). Upper Hutt were hammering away in the game's last minutes but in the end had to accept runner-up against an Aotea team that was solid throughout the day. St Pat's Silverstream's Eddie Aoina, Oli- ver Sialau and Aviata Saligo were all named in the sevens tournament team. Double Aussie honours One world: Semifinal time with Australia and Fiji (or, more accurately, Silverstream and St Joseph's Schools) go head-to-head for the year 5-6 play in last week's Rippa Rugby World Cup at Trentham Memorial Park. Australia prevailed here to go through and on to win the event's final against Scotland (Oxford Cres) in a close and fast game where Australia were well tested, despite their competition favouritism after having earlier represented the Wellington region in the national Rippa Cup in Auckland. Fiji went on to take third place, ahead of New Zealand (Fraser Cres) . . . so it was lucky it was not the real thing! In the year 3-4 play the Australia-Silverstream combination again took the honours, from New Zealand (Fraser Cres), Wales (Plateau) and Scotland (Oxford Cres). See The Young Ones, page 54. Photo: COLIN WILLIAMS
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