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Upper Hutt Leader : November 23rd 2011
38 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 23, 2011 NEWS SCOREBOARD CRICKET Junior Cricket Upper Hutt results from Saturday: Year 2/3: Team E 93 (POD B Park) won v Team B 49 (POD Z Hussein); Team D 41 (POD B Griffen-Chappel) won v Team F 10 (POD A Heffernan); Team C 14 (POD A Ross) won v Team A 10 (POD A Pienaar). Year 4: UH Maroon 86/5 lost v Hutt Thunderbirds 110/2; UH Gold 64/3 (POD L Nicol) lost v Eastbourne Gold Caps 71/3 UH Phoenix 49/3 (POD M Townsend) lost v Petone Munroe 113/1. Year 5: UH Rijk 50 (POD L McGee) won v Hutt Blades 33; UH Modi 67/7 (POD M Wairau) lost v Hutt Fireflies 75/4; UH Watt 48/5 (POD D Drummond, H Watt 4 for 1) lost v Upper Hutt Ruscoe 51/6 (POD B Stevens, C Weaver 2 for 2). Year 6: UH SplishSplash Swim Schl 110 (POD W Hanning) lost v Petone 117/8; UH Wilson 110/2 (POD R Vekony) won v SV Vegas 70/9. Year 7: UH Maroon 123 (POD Z Murrow) won v Hutt Phoenix 78. Colts: UH Maymorn Joiners Ltd 106 (L Slee 16, T Jones 15, C Linton 14) won v Eastbourne Hardballs 75 (POD P Aitken 4 for 12, A Martin 2 for 8). Year 8: UH Courtier 125/9 (POD J Ritchie 22, J Courtier 15, M Wilikes, 13) won v Hutt Districts Hutt 66 (L Boon 3 for 8, D Gee 2 for 4, J Courtier 1 for 4). Premier: UH Mitre 10 Mega 82 for 3 (S Rammell 24, V Nomula 18) won v Petone 81 (C Healy 2 for 8, A Webster 1 for 7). SHOOTING On Saturday the Wellington Rifle Association held its annual spring meeting. The competition consisted of 10 shots at 500, 600, 800, and 900 yards. The turnout was reasonable. The weather was fine with mostly stiff breezes sometimes quite chilly. Spring championship A grade: J Phillips, Petone, 194.15; K Win, Onslow, 188.11; A Doyle, Petone, 187.10; T Oliver, Onslow, 187.08; A Owens, Upper Hutt, 186.18. B Grade: K Hooper, Masterton, 190.15; M Buckley, Te Puke, 189.15; R Pearce, Petone, 189.11; R Vine, Petone, 186.12. C Grade: L Wilson, Karori, 191.16; L Marshall, Hawkes Bay, 190.09; C Flanagan, Karori, 189.19; T Mullin, Upper Hutt, 184.13. F Class: G Cook, Karori, 197.25; M Subritsky, Karori, 197.22, B Bull, Petone, 194.14. FTR Class: A Benbrook, Petone, 194.19; K Flanagan, Karori 190.18. Tyro: F Virtosu, Karori, 180.06. Don Whiteman Memorial Handicap A Grade: J Phillipps, Petone, 196; T Oliver, Onslow, 191. B Grade: R Pearce, Petone, 201; K Hooper, Masterton 198. C Grade: L Wilson, Karori, 209, T Mullin, Upper Hutt, 204. Tyro: F Virtosu, Karori, 210.Petone 1 won the Concurrent teams Grand Match. On Sunday 20 Nov 11 the annual Williams & Adams coached teams match was held. The weather was fine but a chilly, tricky stiff breeze called for considerable skill. The teams match was won by Petone, coached by Darryl Crow, with 385.23 from Upper Hutt, coached by Martin Bradley, second with 375.15. Top individual scorer was Andre Doyle, Petone, with 98.05, from Helen Freiman, Petone, second with 97.06. SOFTBALL Totara Park Softball Club results from Saturday: Under 15 TP Blue8vTABlack 6 POD Michael Linney, TP Gold 19 v TA White 0 POD Jason Tanirau. Under 13 TP Blue2vTABlack 18 POD Lani Murray-Dodd, TP Gold7vHVMarist 0 POD the team. Under 11 TP Blue 20 v Wainui Monkeys 11 POD Mana Baldwin, TP Gold 22 v Stokes Valley 0 POD Sam Haehae, TP White 9 v Dodgers 16 POD Loghan O'Rielly. Under 9 TP Blue 13 v Dodgers 21 POD Maia- Sian Barber, TP Gold 33 v TP White 16 POD Luke Dobbelaar (Gold) Sam Burrel (White). Under 7 TP Gold POD Kayden Field-Crafer, TP Blue POD Kableb Leader. BOWLS Bowls Upper Hutt business house bowls results: Pre Christmas competition after night two, Rubber Sols 50, DDM 46, Mighty Mega 43, Tote Tigers 39,Tiz Us 38, Whacky Winos 36, Mega Stars 33, Mega Hopefuls, Advance Electrical, Cossie Darts 28, Quinn's Post 26, Goober Girls 23, Snigriv 21, Tote Majors 19 Normans Mob 21, Ruff as Guts 12, Kiweco 11. GOLF Te Marua Golf Club weekly results: Tuesday, November 15, mid-week men Norm Muir @ J Rigby 40, Ken Wyman @ Ray Montgomery 37, nearest the pin #2 J Oran, nearest the pin #15 F Williams, holes in two Neville Adams, Fernando Williams, Ray Montgomery, Doug Wilson, Gary Jackson, Bernard Barrett, closest to pin in two shots Jeff Rigby. Saturday, November 19, mixed stableford, Kane Lloyd 45, David Dundon-Smith 40, Henry More 40. Holes in two Kane Lloyd #9, Lee Mason #11. Sunday, November 20, men's stableford, Tony Hawes 42, Jim Walsh 39, Lloyd Bonner 38, Matt Williams 37, Gary Wilson 37, Dave Fildes 36, Paddy McCarthy 36, Reg Caldow 36, Murray Quinn 36, Barry Griffin 36, Gary Allen 35, Dug Dugdale 35, Tony Murray 35, Michael Van der Vegt 34, Warwick Evans 34, Richard Eyles 34. Women's stableford, Connie Broker 39, Faye Turner 38, Kerry Baines 37. Holes in two Lloyd Bonner #15, Mick Dearmer #15, Kayne Martin #15, Rex Peebles #9, Kevin Smith #9, James Waluszewski #9. Trentham Camp Golf Club weekly results: November 13, stableford men div 1, R Orr 41; R Tahiwi 37 c/b; D Dexter 37; V Sione 36. Div 2, K Moore 40; T Kotuhi 39; A Inglis 38 c/b; M Wellington 38; M Jahnke 37 c/b; H Wood 37. Div 3, L Alatipi 48; R Foote 40; J Hunt 39; K Morris 37 c/b; J Gray 37; J O'Sullivan 37; C O'Riley 35; B Campbell 34 c/b. November 15, S/F hidden partners mixed, M Whaley, P McAlpine 74 c/b; D Orr, D Powell 74; K Witchalls, I Smith 73; C Adamson, D Shearer 70. Men, C Fenn, R Guinness 83; G Ulyate, R Pahau 82; R Mail, D Wanden 78; B Allan, T Antipas 75; J Atuam O Fowell 73; R Orr, N Tester 71. November 20, medal ladies, K Martin 66; M Wanden 74; A Judge 75 c/b; D Macdougall 75. Men div 1, V Sione 67; B Brownlie 69; R McIntyre 71. Div 2, M Leota 61; C Herewini 65; R Foote 66; K Moore 68 c/b; B McGregor 68; M Wellington 70. Div 3, G Bastion 67 c/b; C Heath 67; C Orr 68; A MacDonald 69 c/b; HWood69;JMartin69;JGray71c/b;L Alatipi 71. Nearest pin # 3, D Macdougall, J Martin; # 8: D Macdougall, M Jensen. HARRIERS Three teams from Trentham United Harriers competed in the Marton to Whanganui Relay in September. The Trentham Gold walking team placed second in a collective time of 7:03:23. The Trentham Silver walking team finished in 13th place in a time 8:23:16. The running team finished fifth place in a time of 4:24:44. Andrew Shelley completed the entire race as an individual walking entry and finished in seventh place in a time of 7:56:46. Your chance to DIScover change The Upper Hutt City Council Community Services team expects a good turnout at the events for its latest project, DIScover: Serving customers with disabilities . Developed to encourage social change, DIScover gives staff in customer service roles guidance on how to provide excellent service to people with disabilities. The project s aim is to increase disability awareness, educate staff and enable disabled people to take part in their community more, the council s community development advisor, Frances McEwen, says. The launch of the 20-page resource and training document is this evening, from 4.30pm at Expressions Arts and Entertain- ment Centre. This will give retailers, employers, and representatives from local and central government an opportunity to obtain the resource and learn about the pilot DIScover training workshops held last month with council facilities staff. A community Give it a go! event at H2OXtream follows on on Saturday from 4pm till 7pm. This free opportunity for members of our community who have a disability, and their family or support workers, is a first for Upper Hutt. The event will allow people to try out snorkelling, hydrorobics or learn about swim technique and water safety, all with qualified professionals on hand. DIScover is funded by the Fam- ily and Community Services Mak- ing a Difference Fund and it is intended the resource and train- ing document will be picked up by organisations, councils and other agencies throughout the country. We are really excited about the possibilities of this resource, Miss McEwen says, Discussion is under way around making the resource part of compulsory training for new staff working with customers in various parts of council. Members of Community Services regular Disability Forum have told us when accessing services it is not always the physical barriers that are a hindrance but the attitudes and lack of knowledge from some service providers, she says. I think this resource will be really useful to help remove these kinds of barriers. As approximately 20 per cent of our population lives with a dis- ability of some description, projects like this are a necessity. If you would like to attend the DIScover launches, call Frances McEwen on 527 2798 or 021 076 972 or email: email@example.com. The resource can be downloaded from upperhuttcity.com/discover.
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