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Upper Hutt Leader : November 16th 2011
43 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 16, 2011 SPORT LUNCH FROM $11 (lunch size chicken or lamb or vegetarian with rice and plain naan) • Monday-Saturday 11.30am-2p m • Dinner 7 Days From 5pm • Food cooked to order • Table service • Eat fresh 3623841AC Dine in, Takeaways & Home Deliveries Ph 528 7232 Logan St, The Mall Upper Hutt www.littleindia.co.nz 2p 2pm m NOW OPEN FOR SATURDAY LUNCH We pride ourselves on individually preparing each of our dishes using only the freshest and finest ingredients "DO TRY US!" Call for your free market appraisal today. "TALK TO THE TRANTERS" Garry Tranter DDI 212 6636 or 027 462 594 firstname.lastname@example.org SAFARI REAL ESTATE LTD LICENSED UNDER THE REAA 2008 Lisa Tranter 027 203 4669 email@example.com Family Restaurant & Bar VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.upperhuttrestaurantandbar.com (Also follow us on facebook) 1 Turon Cres, Totara Park Ph 526 7002 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Your No. 1 Family Restaurant & Bar 3485707AT FRIDAY 18TH NOVEMBER COME CELEBRATE OUR 2ND BIRTHDAY! Karaoke evening! • complimentary nibbles • spot prizes BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS FUNCTION WITH US! Now taking group bookings 4130754AA Heretaunga Players Presents A Kick in the Baubles A Christmas comedy by Gordon Steel Show Times Wed 23rd Fri 25th Nov at 8pm Sat 26th & Sun 27th Nov at 4pm Tues 29th Nov Sat 3rd Dec at 8pm Tickets Bookings Adults $18 Through i-Site Seniors/Students $15 Main Street, UH Groups of 10+ $15 Ph: 527 2141 The Studio, Ward Street, Upper Hutt Only at Esquires The Mall Opposite McDonalds, Main Street, Upper Hutt. Tel: 04 527 0651 Present this voucher instore when you purchase any hot beverage from the menuboard to receive a 2nd hot beverage for free. treat a friend. 2for1 hot beverages Not redeemable with any other offer. One coupon per visit. 2nd beverage must be of equal or lesser value ST PAT'S SPORTS AWARDS St Patrick's College sports prizegiving awards presented on November 2 were: SUMMER SPORTS, ATHLETICS Joshua Kurton, athletics captain, Old Boys' Cup and Neville Shield. Johnny Huynen, senior sprint champion (Ward Challenge Cup). Talor Gilmer, senior distance champion (Ngaio Rafter Memorial Cup). Liam Higgins, senior jumps champion (Cowen Cup). Aviata Silago, senior throws champion (Bourke Challenge Cup). LA Moemai, under-17 sprint champion (Emily Seymour Memorial Cup). Shaun Smith, under-17 distance champion (Brennan Memorial Cup). Richard Kibblewhite, under-17 jumps champion (Dr WFE Williams Memorial Cup). Saio Saleavo, under-17 throws champion (Roche Kelly Cup). Jack Shipp, under-16 sprint champion (Garvey Kerwin Dixon Cup). Keanu Moran, under-16 jumps champion (Fox Cup). Daniel Jordan, under-16 distance champion (Lady Ward Challenge Cup). Nikau Fiso, under-16 throws champion (Walsh Memorial Cup). Fletcher Greaves, under-15 sprints champion (Ryan Memorial Trophy). Dominic Roe, under-15 distance champion (McGrath Cup). Hemi Waitaiki, under-15 jumps champion (McCarthy Challenge Cup). Nick Mannix, under-15 throws champion (L Willis Memorial Trophy). Lester Maulolo, under-14 sprint champion (O'Connor Cup). Tom England, under-14 jumps champion (Jumps Cup). Ryan Scaife, under-14 distance champion (Kelly Cup). Nathan Moen, under-14 throws Champion (Chamness Cup). Johnny Huynen, most improved athlete (Athletic Cup). Lester Maulolo, most points at McEvedy Patrick House, athletics most points (Bell Shield). CRICKET Henry Walsh, captain of the first XI, received the Old Boys' Cup v St Pat's Town and the Evatt Cup v St Bede's. Henry Walsh, 1st XI all-round fielder Henry Walsh, 1st XI most runs scored. Liam Sullivan, 1st XI most wickets taken. Patrick Smith, 1st XI best team player (Taita Trophy). Henry Walsh, 1st XI 50 games; Henry Walsh, 1st XI traditional 225 runs. Kheinan Morrissey, 2nd XI most runs scored. Zachary Ringrose, 2nd XI most wickets taken. Garreth Hitchman, 2nd XI all round cricketer. Ryan Drake, 3rd XI all-round cricketer. Liam Fogarty, 4th XI, all-round cricketer. Oliver Flemmer, intermediate A best batting. Nicholas Mannix, intermediate A best bowling. Oliver Flemmer, intermediate A all-round cricketer. Logan Mackinder, intermediate B all-round cricketer. Ethan Loveridge, intermediate C all-round cricketer. Ryan Fraser, junior A best batting. Anthony Smith, junior A best bowling. Samuel von Hartitzsch, junior A all-round cricketer. Matthew Hine, junior B all-round cricketer. Jonathan Petersen, junior C all-round cricketer. Oliver Flemmer, most dedicated junior cricketer (Brother Stephen Doolan Cup). DRAGON BOATING TEAM AWARD Zachary Press, premier boys' winners. GOLF James Perkinson, most valuable senior player; Mitchell Scott, most valuable junior player. SWIMMING: Tim Salita, year 13 swimming champion (J F Henry Cup). Jared Green, year 12 swimming champion (Cahill Cup). Dominic Scahill, year 11 swimming champion (Hawke Cup). Jack McCormack, year 10 swimming champion (Ralphe Stewart Cup). Thomas England, year 9 swimming champion (Sisarich Cup). TOUCH Tiatoa Teariki, most valuable senior player. Curtis Pedersen-Line, most valuable junior player. VOLLEYBALL: Ivan Vaisagote, most valuable senior player. Lester Maulolo, most valuable junior player. WINTER SPORTS, BADMINTON Alasdair Soja, best and fairest senior; Cedric Dometita, best and fairest junior BASKETBALL Gionpaolo Espiritu, senior A most valuable player (Father Wilson Memorial Cup). Rohan Russo, senior A best defensive. Joshua Boyack, senior A most improved. Benjamin Tromp, senior B most valuable player. Diego Alonso-Heginbotham, senior B most improved. Tapiwa Mutingwende, senior C most valuable player. Jack Shipp, year 11 team most valuable player. Regan MacDonald, year 12 team most valuable player. Cameron Ross, year 13 team most valuable player. Regan Gubb, junior A most valuable player (Father O'Connor Cup). Kenneth Tuffin, junior A best defensive. Nicholas Mannix, junior A most improved (Nicolls Memorial Shield). Salesi Rayasi, junior B most valuable player. Brendan Moen, junior B most improved. Alex Lundon, Redwood Rams most valuable player. Luka Goeres, Lakers most valuable player. Scott Maxim, Spurs most valuable player. Nathan Moen, Heat most valuable player. CROSS-COUNTRY Shaun Smith, year 13 champion; Talor Gilmer, year 13 runner-up; Daniel Jordan, year 12 champion; Tomas Eton, year 12 runner-up; Steven Boyle, year 11 champion; Lachlan Watson, year 11 runner-up; Fletcher Greaves, year 10 champion; Dominic Roe, year 10 runner-up; Ryan Scaife, year 9 champion; Thomas England, year 9 runner-up. HOCKEY Tom Pavitt, 1st XI most valuable player (Gosse Family Cup); Jamie Jolly, 1st XI most improved; Henry Mellow, 2nd XI most valuable player; Alexander Mellow, 2nd XI most improved. TABLE TENNIS Thom Nguyen, most valuable senior player; Cruise Mahuika, most valuable junior player. Waterpolo, Jack McGuinness, best and fairest senior; Julian Bahr, most improved senior; Max Quinn-Tapara, best and fairest junior; Peter Hammond, most improved junior. FOOTBALL Liam Higgins, captain of the first XI the Bengree Challenge Trophy v New Plymouth Boys' High School (NPBHS), St Bede's Trophy, Fred Rooker Memorial Cup v Wellington College and the Old Boys' Cup v Palmerston North Boys' High School. Sam Taylor-Mallon, 1st XI most valuable player. Liam Higgins, 1st XI most valuable player at nationals. Mitchell Blair, 1st XI most valuable player at traditionals. Sam Taylor-Mallon, 1st XI Golden Boot Award. Jeremy Barr, 2nd XI best and fairest. Glen Harrower, 2nd XI most dedicated. Harrison Dean, 3rd XI best and fairest. AItken Hawkins, 3rd XI most dedicated. Liam Cogger, 4th XI best and fairest. Peter O'kane, 4th XI most dedicated. Ben Meyrick, 5th XI best and fairest. Jay Muir, 5th XI most dedicated. Johnathan Brophy, 6th XI best and fairest. Michael Mcadam, 6th XI most dedicated. Ben Holtham, under-15 best and fairest. Zelius venter, under-15 most dedicated. Callum Barlow-Groome, dedication and commitment to football (James Patrick Moore Memorial Cup). FOOTBALL TEAM AWARDS 2nd XI were College Sport Wellington (CSW) finalists; 6th XI were CSW finalists. RUGBY Hayden Schrijvers, captain of the first XV, McDonald Shield v NPBHS, Old Boys' Cup v Rongotai, Ken Gray Memorial Cup v Wellington College and the Old Boys' Cup v St Pat's Town. Hayden Schrijvers, 1st XV contribution to 1st XV (Sportsman Cup). Aviata Silago, 1st XV best back (Biggs Family Cup). George Vance, 1st XV most improved back. Cameron Ross, 1st XV best forward (Colonel's Cup). Saio Salevao, 1st XV most improved forward. Andrew Knight, 1st XV most dedicated trainer (Guppy Cup). Aidan Woodward, 2nd XV best forward. Oliva Sialau, 2nd XV best back. Jack Anderson, 2nd XV best team man. Henry Grey, 2nd XV most valuable player. Braden Drake, 3rd XV best and fairest. Liam Sullivan, 4th XV best and fairest. Patrick Murrow, 5th XV best and fairest. Troy Mohr, under-65A best and fairest (Mana Family Cup). Lewis Barr-Brown, under-65B best and fairest. Benjamin Murrow, under-65C best and fairest. Toa Paranihi, under-55A best and fairest. Anthony Smith, under-55 B best and fairest. Logan MacKinder, under-15B best and fairest. Kasey Joe-McIndoe, under-15 best and fairest. Nathan Moen, under-14 best and fairest. Liam Forbes, best under-16 player (Brother Stephen Cup). Jack McCormack, best player year 9/10 (Father Forsyth Cup). RUGBY TEAM AWARDS 1st XV were CSW finalists; 4th XV were CSW finalists; U15B were CSW finalists; U14 were CSW finals winners; under 15 team: Nese Solia accepted awards as CSW finals winners (Father Gus Hill), inaugural under-15 Hurricanes tournament and B D McGruddy Shield for traditional win against St Pat's Town; U65A team were CSW finals winners (Ina Hansen Cup); 2nd XV were CSW premier 3 finals winners (Paul Cameron Cup); Sevens -- CSW sevens tournament (Christian Cullen Cup). NEW ZEALAND REPRESENTATIVES Jack McGuinness, New Zealand under-17 waterpolo team. Lachlan Watson, New Zealand under-15 waterpolo team. Joseph Apikotoa, New Zealand under-15 rugby league merit team. Curtis Pedersen-Line, New Zealand under-15 touch rugby team. Thom Nguyen, New Zealand under-18 table tennis team. Dylan Hayes, New Zealand ISA under-18 softball team. Tailah Love, New Zealand development softball team. Jarrod Adams, New Zealand under-15 softball team. Liam Higgins, New Zealand under-20 football team; Scott Basalaj, New Zealand under-20 football team and New Zealand under-17 football team. Henry Walsh, New Zealand under-17 cricket team. Victor Ludorum -- sportsman of the year, Liam Higgins.
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