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Upper Hutt Leader : June 27th 2012
36 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 27, 2012 NEWS 472 HIGH STREET, LOWER HUTT www.maxmotors.co.nz 04 569 4488 MAX 0274 486-198 OUTSIDE WGTN: 0800 MAXCARS 0800 629 227 Payment based on 48 months & $500 Deposit. Lending Criteria Apply. SCOOP PURCHASE IT'S BETTER BY FAR TO BUY A MAX MOTORS CAR 2003 - 2006 FORD FALCON'S/FAIRMONT'S 4000cc, Alloys, Leather Available, ABS, Airbags. 4 LEFT FROM $9,980 $67P/W 2005 MAZDA PREMACY 2000cc, Auto, 7 seater, ABS, Airbags, Electric doors, Exceptional. 3 LEFT FROM $9,980 $67P/W 2001 - 2008 TOYOTA COROLLA'S 1500-1800cc Auto & Manual Hatchs, Sedans, Station Wagons. 5 LEFT FROM $6,980 $45P/W FROM 2000 - 2002 TOYOTA ESTIMA'S 5 TO CHOOSE FROM FROM $8,980 $59P/W Body Kit, Alloys, 8 Seater, Air Con, ABS. FROM 2004 -- 2006 FORD TERRITORY'S FROM $15,980 FROM $105P/W 4000cc, AWD, Leather, ABS, Airbags 4679537AA FROM FROM SCOREBOARD RUGBY Upper Hutt Rugby Club results from Saturday: Under-6, all games cancelled. Under-7, UH Blue 65, Eastbourne Zip Hutt Valley Eels 60 POD Harrison Kovacs; UH Green 55, Wainuiomata Green Acres 40 POD Taikha Canton; UH Red 80, Petone Randwick Meats 75 POD Noah Withers; UH Black Sheep Construction 75, Petone Apex Print Blue 80 POD Carter Maule. Under-8, UH Tigers 20, Stokes Valley Wolves 15 POD Sam Gray; Better Than TV 15, Wainuiomata 50 POD Lachlan Abel; UH Pumas 0, Petone 80 POD Trevor Werahiko. Under-9, cancelled. Under-10, cancelled. Under-11, cancelled. Under-12, cancelled. Under-13, Premier 1, UpperTaka Central Hyundai Trucks 0, Northern United Cobras 45 POD Whole Team; Premier 2 UpperTaka Classic Paving Ltd v Wellington Axemen Game Cancelled; Premier 2, UpperTaka Central Forklift Group 85, Waikanae Rebels 5 POD Jack Dutton. FOOTBALL Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City football results: Seniors, Thursday, Capital 2, Olympic 2, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 2 (Matt Bennett, Mike Sharp p). Saturday, Chatham Cup, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 2 (Javier Montalba, Luke Grindlay), Stop Out 4. Capital div 9, Upper Hutt Saints 3, Waterside Karori Tonners 3. Cap div 13, Upper Hutt Marauders, Western Suburbs Cancelled; Upper Hutt Defence, Victoria University Amigos cancelled. Cap div 17, North Wellington Bombers 1, Upper Hutt Creeps 5. Cap div 18, Upper Hutt Slayers, Victoria University cancelled. Masters div 4, Western Suburbs 4, Upper Hutt RJs 6 (Tristan Elder 3, Brendan Clent 2, Kevin Blair). Sunday, Capital Women's Premier, Stop Out, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football cancelled. Capital Women's 2, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football, Porirua City postponed. Capital div 4, Pak 'n Save Upper Hutt City Football 1 (Bruce Macher), IBU Massey 4. Under-17 years B, Island Bay Makos 5, Upper Hutt City Football 2 (Ben Horton 2). Juniors, 14th grade promo, all 13th grade super 6 competitions, all Hutt Valley 9th and 10th grades and friendlies, Hutt Valley 11th, 13th and 14th grades were cancelled. 12th grade, JPL UH City 6 Stop Out 0 POD Connor McIndoe; Promo UH Car Sales 2 Onslow Narbadas 2 POD Hamish Burrows; HV UH Car Sales 2 0 Naenae Cyclones 3 POD Liam Bryant; UH Thunderbolts 0 UH Pack 3 POD Rianna De Greve and Izaiah Jackson; UH Cougars 0 Naenae Tornados 1 POD Sam Haley. 14th grade, JPL, Upper Hutt City 2 North Wellington 2 POD Connol Modd, Hutt Valley. Sunday girls only, game 1, UH Wild Cats 2 Waterside Karori Lightnings 0 POD Emma Morgan; Game 2: UH Wild Cats 2 BNU Astros 0 POD Sylvia Williamson. DARTS Upper Hutt Darts Association results of O-rrange It games played on June 21: Reynards NADDA 13, Totara Gold 8; Reynards Atrix 14, Fusion 7; Totara Green 7, Maidstone 8; Reynards Rovers 8, Reynards Kiwis 7; Tattoo U 6, Reynards Just Us 9. High finish, Ethel Tollison (108) 20-T16-D20. 180s, Craig Rankin, Paula Tuivailala. GOLF Te Marua Golf Club weekly results: Tuesday, June 19, midweek men 1st Steven Dearns 42, 2nd Dave Fildes and Dave Edhouse 38, nearest the pin No 2 Jeff Rigby, nearest the pin No 15 Gary Jackson. Wednesday, June 20, women's veterans' trophy winner Joanne Carson 40, runner-up Pat Sinding 36, nearest the pin Joanne Carson. Thursday, June 21, midweek men 1st Paul Henley 39, 2nd Rex Peebles and Dave Edhouse 38, nearest the pin No 2 Alex Ross, nearest the pin No 15 Jeff Rigby. Sunday, June 24, men's net, Barry Griffin 66, Jeff Rigby 66, John West 67, Terry Carter 69, Steven Bird 70, Kayne Martin 70, David Brown 72, Dave Anderson 72, Barry Kirkwood 73, Meka Boynton 73, Minoru Tanaka 73, Dean Alexander 73, Stephen Smith 73, Ray Johnstone 73. Women's stableford, Ange Walsh 37, Kerry Baines 36. Holes in two Andrew Black No 15, Paul Hammond No th2, Max Kinsey No 6, James Omundsen No 15, Minoru Tanaka No 15, James Waluszewski No 15. Trentham Camp Golf Club weekly results: June 19, stableford 6 hidden holes men div 1, H Franklin 14 c/b, W Luey 14, A Browne 13 c/b, P McAlpine 13, D Shearer 12. Div 2, G Ulyate 14, J Reinke 12 c/b, J Rangihaeata 12, B Rudman 12, D Powell 12. Ladies, J McPhie 12, J Shearer 11, H Herold 10 c/b, D Orr 10, S Hunt 8 c/b. June 24, stableford men div 1, D Dexter 43, A Aukino 38 c/b, R McIntyre 38, N McClure 37.Div2,DMcCall41,SBahm39c/b,M Phillips 39, K Jones 38, T Wilcox 37. Div 3, B Campbell 41, R Guinness 35, J Martin 34, G Bastion 33 c/b. Ladies, A Orr 35, D Orr 27, K Martin 27 c/b. HOCKEY Upper Hutt junior hockey from Saturday: P2 Boys v Harbour City won 2-1 goal scorers Jaedyn Eade, Jayden Lakeman POD Cole Haines. P4 Girls v Toa won 3-0 Goal scorers Jaylin Dawson, Grace Munn, Neteske Venter POD Maisie McCulloch. 8-a-side Maroon v UH Black lost 7-1 goal scorers Dylan Thomas. 8-a-side Gold v Hutt won 8-0 goal scorers Angus Bowmar 3, Luke Wood, Jack Burrell 2, Oliver Bowmar, Tessa Sanson POD Noah Kirkham. 8-a-side Black v UH Maroon won 7-1 goal scorers Harrison Bealing 3, Fynn McCulloch 2, Jaylin Dawson, Jordan Thompson POD Jack Ellery. 2degrees bows to tower site push By COLIN WILLIAMS People power wins, and Pine- haven residents opposed to the construction of a cellphone tower in Blue Mountains Rd have had the sweetest of victories. The 2degrees company con- firmed on Wednesday it will instead build a tower on the opposite side of the valley, next to the reservoir above Wyndham Rd. A 25-metre tower will be built on the alternative site favoured by locals and earlier considered by the company, and for which city council consent was given almost a year ago. It's been stressful,'' says Mathew Conder, the Forest Rd resident who, after waking up to construction work beginning above his backyard, spearheaded the opposition to the tower. That was a month ago so this is amazing. Everyone's pretty happy, we are jumping up and down,'' he says. Mr Conder says the community support had been consistent, important and always encourag- ing for the group of about 10 people who were there from the start and never gave up and always put in their two cents worth''. I wouldn't change a thing,'' he says of the campaign which involved letter-boxing', an online petition and contacting news media. Mr Conder, who says he has never been involved in anything like this before, is generous in vic- tory too, praising the role played by Mayor Wayne Guppy and coun- cil chief executive Chris Upton, in working towards a solution. And 2degrees. They have listened. They have leafleted' the com- munity. They have done nothing wrong,'' he says. I'm just glad it's over and we live in this community. They have been very good. I can't say we totally got abso- lutely 100 per cent support but everyone was concerned for us,'' he says. 2degrees says it listened to the Pinehaven community and responded to the feedback it received on the choice between the two locations. Having sought feedback from the Pinehaven community and the Upper Hutt City Council, we have decided to build our new mobile cell site in the forest near the water reservoir,'' a statement says. The majority of those who did (reply) asked that we locate the site in the forest near the reser- voir, with a number highlighting the need for improved mobile coverage in Pinehaven. Works are expected to begin within the next month and should take about two months to com- plete,'' the company says. This will involve significant tree pruning in some areas around the reservoir to create the line of sight required for coverage in Pinehaven. We would like to assure you this will be carried out by a registered arborist and in line with council regulations.''
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