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Friday, October 11, 2019

Horowhenua Chronicle


Rowing team brings home medals A small team of Horowhenua Masters rowers returned home with a huge medal haul from the national competition at Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel at the weekend. Between them Andrew Bealing, Bruce Tate and Kevin Horan recorded 10 gold, 11 silver and four bronze medals in the various events competing against more than 300 other rowers aged between 26 and 83 at the two-day regatta. Such was their success, they are now looking to compete at the Australian Masters Champs in April 2020 on Lake Barrington. They were joined in some events by Whanganui rower Martin Bridger. There were 36 clubs from New Zealand competing, and a visiting team from Australia. Competition was strong as several rowers were former NZ elite representatives, including World and Olympic medalists. Racing was ‘average aged’, so boats were put in the division of the average age of the crew rowing.


The Horowhenua Masters Rowing Club team could be off to Australia.

Triples champions at bowling club

SPORTS RESULTS ■ GOLF Buckley Golf Club Sunday 6th October. STBFD Ricky Matiaha 41 Joe Winiata 40 Ricky Judd 38 Kerry Moore 37 Danny Waerea 36 çb Kelvin Blayney 36 Shane Metcalfe 36. Twos. Darren Brown no. 3 Joe Winiata no. 14 Jackpot struck No. 14 Joe Winiata Foxton Golf Club 5 October.- Kim Kuiti 42, Charlie Gribble 42, Mark Hoffman 41, John Baird 40, Richard Carnnachan 39, Elliott Olson 38, Graeme Morgan 38. 2's- John Baird, Elliott Olson. Levin Golf Club Results week ending October 6 Wednesday - Ladies Net: Sue Staples 76, Carol Louisson 76, Leanne Ward 76; 9 Hole Mixed Gross: James MacKenzie 45, Peter Price 48, Ray Ferguson 49. Michael Christensen got a two; Thursday - Early Levin Men Stableford: Russ Baldwin 40, Mike Tate 39, Owen Bonis 38. Mike Tate got a two; Early Foxton Men: Charles Gribble 40, Keith Norris 38, Gary Stratford 38; Late Men Net: Gavin Jones 70, Mark Duston 71, Peter Johnston 74; Friday 9 Hole Mixed Stableford: Helen Latham 20, Graham Cottrell 20, Phil Hessell 19. John Hailwood got a two; Saturday - Early men Stableford: Owen Bonis 44, Peter Holmes 41, Ivan Franklin 40; Ladies Net: Rosie Priest 66, Joanne Wilton-Eadie 69, Leanne Ward 73; Late Men Stableford: Klaas De Graaff 40, Phil Beale 40, Nathan Murray 38. Rod Batchelar got a two.

■ BOWLS Levin RSA Bowling Club Gala Results for October 7. 1st Ngaire Fluerty, Rona Cutler & Patrick Albert. 2nd Teresa Borane, Timeri Sanders & Mervyn Jakeman. 3rd John Graumans, Beryl Carter & Izzy Kennedy.

Victory needed



Levin Bowling Club Men’s Triples competition winners: G Law, A Jansson and L Judd.

Levin Bowling Club Women's Triples winners in a very close match: L Moy, M Copeland and B Law.

Last weekend the final of the Women’s and Men’s Triples were played at the Levin Bowling club in bright sunshine. The women’s triples winners

team to play in Wanganui next weekend and for Maggie who teamed up with Dylan Thomas from the Levin Central Bowling club to win the Centre’s Pairs

were L Moy, M Copeland and B Law. It has also been a good week for Bella, who has been named in the Kāpiti Centre Women’s rep

2x4x2 competition at the Waikanae Bowling club. The club’s men’s triples competition was won by G Law, A Jansson and L Judd.

Horowhenua-Kāpiti can still make the playoffs for the Heartland rugby championship in their final match against Wanganui at Levin Domain tomorrow. But they will need a bonus point victory, and Poverty Bay to beat Buller. Kickoff 2.30pm. Horowhenua-Kāpiti: 1 David McErlean. 2 Dean Ropata. 3 Scott Cameron. 4 Tuitonga Katoa. 5 Sonny Woodmass. 6 Logan Broughton. 7 Nathan Kendrick. 8 Thomas Zimmerman. 9 Kane Tamou. 10 Pakai Turia. 11 Himiona Henare. 12 Jaxon Tagavaitau. 13 Kameli Kuruyabaki. 14 Willie Paia’aua. 15 Jono Ihaka. 16 Jordan Tupai-Ui. 17 Isaako Ulutoa. 18 Pita Marshall. 19 Sean Pape. 20 Ethan Reti. 21 Cody Hemi. 22 Dylan Taylor.

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