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By Myles Hume Mid Canterbury principals fear their staff and pupils could be in danger as children with extreme behavioural issues may be integrated into Ashburton classrooms next year. It comes as the Ministry of Education confirmed yesterday the closure of McKenzie Residential School, in Christchurch, and Salisbury Residential School, in Nelson, as of January 27, potentially planting children who may be violent, emotionally disturbed and criminally minded back in to mainstream schools. The children with severe behavioural issues would then be assisted by a wrap-around service which Mid Canterbury principals are “unsure” about. Alternatively, the pupils could be transferred to Halswell or Westbridge Residential Schools, which are the two remaining special schools in the country. But Mid Canterbury principals don’t believe their teachers have the capability to deal with “extreme behaviour”, and remain cautious

about how the wrap-around system of putting more support staff into schools could work. Ashburton Borough principal Sam Winterbourn, who taught for 30 years at McKenzie School, said he was “appalled” by the Government’s decision. “These teachers are not prepared to handle children like this,” he said. Mr Winterbourn said these pupils were at the residential schools for a reason and children were sent there when all avenues had been explored to keep them in mainstream education. Allenton School principal Graham Smith said he had dealt with three children with severe behavioural issues in his career, he said teachers had learned about this kind of behaviour but did not have the experience to handle it. “We are going to have teachers and teacher aides who are going to be in the front line. “They need 24-hour assistance and they only come to school for six hours and we all know there are more than six hours in a day.” After 365 submissions, Education minister Hekia Parata said it was

“a difficult decision” to close the schools, however it was an opportunity to bring these children closer to home. “We can link local services with the remaining residential provision to achieve more personalised and high quality approach for children and their families.” However, Mr Winterbourne said principals were left in the dark with the wrap-around system which the ministry claims will allow more intensive supervision. “There’s going to be a hiatus between these children coming in and the wrap around service being implemented,” Mr Winterbourn said. “There is no timeline to tell me when this is going to be put in place. “If it’s three years, we have three years with children coming to the point where the school can’t cope any longer.” Hampstead School principal Peter Melrose questioned the Ministry of Education’s decision, saying it was an unproven system. It was now the ministry’s focus to create individual plans for the pupils to be reintegrated into mainstream education for 2013.

Perry proof locals can succeed By Erin Tasker When Tim Perry signed a Super 15 contract with the Blues, he showed young Mid Canterbury players that they didn’t need to leave town to make it to the big time. Mid Canterbury Rugby Union (MCRU) chief executive Ian Patterson said Perry’s success in such a short space of time showed that there was a real pathway for young Mid Canterbury players who remained in the district, but wanted to make it big in New Zealand rugby. All too often, promising young rugby players left the district as teenagers, believing they needed to if they wanted to become an All Black, or play Super Rugby. “This shows that you don’t have to leave town as a 15, 16 or 17-year-old. You can stay in your school or home environment and if you are good enough there’s still the opportunity to crack it,” Mr Patterson said. Perry started his rugby career at the Rakaia Rugby Club in under-8s and played for St Andrew’s College upon going to boarding school in Christchurch as

Tim Perry a teenager, but when he returned to Mid Canterbury he again turned out for Rakaia. His last stint for Rakaia was in 2010, after which he moved to Marlborough with the aim of making the Tasman Makos. Last year he made the Tasman Bs, and this year he became a regular in the number one jersey for the Tasman Makos in the ITM Cup. Mr Patterson said Perry had been in the Mid Canterbury system for some time before his move to Tasman and it was great to see that he’d lived up to the potential he’d always had.

“From a Heartland union’s point of view, not just Mid Canterbury, we can only ever these days see ourselves as a feeder union for the higher levels. So it’s really good from a union’s point of view to have guys that are able to come through with a union like Mid Canterbury and then step up to starter status with an ITM province,” Mr Patterson said. He described Perry as big but mobile, with good skills. He said he was a well-rounded player for the modern game with good technique. “He’s always had a lot of ability but it takes a bit of application to get to that level,” Mr Patterson said. In his last year playing for Rakaia Perry played mainly at number eight, but made the Mid Canterbury squad as a prop and caught peoples’ eye in the Heartland Championship. He made the Heartland Squad and was one of three players nominated for the title player of the year. His potential was clear early on though, as he made the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ team in his last year at St Andrews, in 2006. Perry’s Rakaia feats, P22

When Greg Russell picks up his girls and heads to the Tinwald Tavern on Saturday night he’ll attract more than a few admiring glances. Greg’s girls are easy on the eye. They’re leggy brunettes, beautifully groomed and there’s no other way to say it – they’re busty. But the downside for Greg is that the girls he’ll be toting are working girls who’ll be in the tavern plying their trade rather than dealing in intellectual conversation. The pair will be a star attraction on Saturday night for all the right reasons – they’re the stars in the Tinwald Tavern’s cow milking competition, an event that has the distinction of being the only one of its kind in the world. Cow 800 and cow 918 have been chosen for their roles because of their quiet, easy going dispositions. Out of a herd of hundreds they stood out, owner Greg Russell said. And in the lead up to Saturday’s competition, the pair have been hand milked daily, fed extra rations and before being loaded into the horse float for their trip to town, they’ll be carefully handwashed. They’ll arrive early to settle in before the event starts and Greg will be on hand to make sure they feel comfortable on the job. He’s not worried about the effect on the cows of a pub full of rowdy patrons. “When they’re in the shed here the radio’s up loud so noise won’t be a problem. They might do a bit of kicking when someone tries to milk them but that’s all part of the fun.” The challenge on the night is to draw as much milk from the udder in one minute and the previous challenge’s winner, dairy farm worker Leanne Williamson, will be back to defend her title. Tavern manager Trevor Whiting said about 12 names are in the milking bucket now, with more entries likely to come on the night. It’s a great spectator sport, he said, and one that last time it was held, attracted international interest. “Not everyone manages to get milk out of the cow and unless you know what you’re doing it’s pretty hard. We’ve got the distinction of being the only pub in the world that does this inside,” he said. Anyone who’s been inside a cow shed knows that milk is not the only liquid flowing when a cow is inside, but to protect the tavern carpet tarpaulins will be lining the temporary cow bail. The tavern cow milking starts at 8pm on Saturday and is anticipated to run for about two hours to allow the cows a break between milking attempts. The event was last held two years ago. And when the event’s over and the Photo Kirsty Graham 011112-KG-013 girls have had their moment in the Dairy farmer Greg Russell gives cow 800 a hand milk test drive ahead of Saturday night’s cow milking com- spotlight, it will be back to the farm and back out with the herd again. petition in the Tinwald Tavern.

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Novopay teacher headaches continue By Myles Hume The Novopay system is still causing headaches for Ashburton schools. As the fifth round of pay slips were rolled out on Wednesday night, teachers once again awoke to shonky bank balances since the $29 million system was introduced in August. Although tempers are still high, some schools say they have noticed a drop in the number of mistakes. But Novopay staff still remain an issue. Ashburton College went from 40 mistakes in the first week of payments, down to five this week. “We are still battling issues but we are not having the same volume of errors,” said Ashburton College accountant Andrea Matthews. “They (Novopay staff) seem kind and sound like they are understanding, but nothing happens. The words are there but the actions are not.” Hampstead School principal Peter Melrose said there were ongoing problems, but it was the way Novopay went about rectifying its problems that had him frustrated.

An email sent by the Ministry of Education read: “The ministry policy is that all Crown debts are to be recovered as soon as possible, regardless of who was at fault of the error.” “That kind of tone doesn’t really go down too well with me, especially since the fault is not ours,” Mr Melrose said. Allenton School principal Graham Smith said the school was paying a teacher out of its reserves because Novopay still had not fixed previous payment issues on top of the latest round of wages. “We have a teacher aide who is dependent on money ... she is struggling to get groceries.” In a press release last week, Ministry of Education secretary Lesley Longstone said the ministry have employed more people to deal with data entry, communications, to visit schools and help train staff on the system. “The Novopay system is paying the vast majority of staff correctly. However, the Ministry acknowledges there are issues that must be addressed,” Ms Longstone said.

Neighbour input for park’s new changing rooms People living near Argyle Park are about to be asked their thoughts on a new building that is planned for their neighbourhood. The Ashburton District Council plans to improve sports facilities in the park by building a new change room and demolishing the old yellow shed that has been an eyesore for the park’s eastern neighbours for years. The council plans to build a new changing facility near the park’s toilet block and water treatment facility and this will be sited in a way that minimises its impact on neighbours’

park views. Consultation on the new complex is about to begin and the council intends to spread its consultation net wider than to just the neighbours immediately opposite the site. The change room and storage building is anticipated to cost $60,000, but it will be extended to include a room the Mid Canterbury Football Association wants to build for its own use. It is anticipated the new change facility will be completed before the start of the 2013 football season.

• Know these people? Ashburton Police want your help in identifying some people in relation to a wilful damage incident. They were caught on camera shortly after midnight on October 7. Do you know these people? For an even better view, check out the full video on the Guardian’s new website www.guardianonline. co.nz.

• Assault arrest Police have arrested a 41-year-old Ashburton man in relation to an assault which allegedly took place outside the Ashburton District Court on Monday. The victim of the assault, which took place on the footpath outside the court building, was an 18-yearold man who was awaiting an appearance in court. The alleged offender was arrested by police yesterday.

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Tortie-tabby cat Jasmine-Lily, who went missing for five weeks and returned this week, was checked out yesterday by vet Jade Hackney.

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New season lambs are beginning to appear at the Tinwald saleyards. A small line-up of new lambs greeted buyers on Tuesday, where large spring lambs fetched $122128, medium lambs $114-121 and light lambs $96-113. A large yarding of prime hoggets, with prices firming on last week. Larger hoggets made $122-128, medium hoggets $114-121 and light hoggets $90-113. Prime ewes were large in number, with prices remaining firm. Larges ewes made $98-116, medium ewes $80-97 and light ewes $6079. Large prime wethers made $90-100 and medium wethers $60-89. A large yarding of ewes and lambs at foot also sold, with prices from $50-60.

By Myles Hume When Jasmine-Lily was returned five weeks after she went missing, her owner Amy Duder was concerned her beloved cat may not survive. Jasmine-Lily was sick, so sick that her bones were prominent and her owner was concerned about the infectious diseases her unvaccinated cat could have caught. However, a story that featured in the Guardian on Tuesday has caught the attention of the community, as Ashburtonions offered messages of support for Ms Duder and her cat. So when news came on Wednesday that Jasmine-Lily

would receive free treatment from Canterbury Vets courtesy of the Mid Canterbury Animal Shelter, Ms Duder, who struggles to make ends meet week-to-week, said she “couldn’t believe it”. If treatment went well for the Tortie-tabby cat, Royal Canin, a leading pet food brand based in Auckland, has promised to give Jasmine-Lily a month’s supply of cat food that will help with her recovery. “It means everything to me, I’m overwhelmed that they would do this for me,” she said. “They all read your story and wanted to help which is so great because Jasmine-Lily isn’t back to full health yet.” Mid Canterbury Animal Shelter

president Dawn Elezabeth Norn said she wanted to help Ms Duder who would have struggled to pay for the consultation otherwise. Yesterday, Jasmine-Lily was checked out by Canterbury Vets vet Jade Hackney who said she was “remarkably well”, pointing to the fact she was only 300g lighter since her last check up and had put on weight since she was returned. However, she did catch fleas along the way and she will have to be treated along with Ms Duder’s five other cats, but it was minor compared with the potential illnesses she could have contracted. “She’s eating normally, her teeth are absolutely perfect, she’s showing good signs,” Ms Hackney said.

Rosebank staff notch up milestone Ferns take out a thriller By Sue Newman When you love what you do, it’s easy for the years to slip away, say three women who have been on the Rosebank Resthome payroll since the complex opened 20 years ago. Jan Fitzgerald, Yvonne Harrison and Annette Brown were among the first recruits when the resthome opened its doors and back then it was a very different place to the multi-level care facility it has become today. On day one, the three were among a team of new employees charged with helping the first influx of residents settle into the new resthome and for everyone, those early days became a giant learning exercise Ms Fitzgerald said. She described the original Rosebank as a “cute little place where staff became friends with one another”. That sense of intimacy was more difficult to maintain as the facility grew, she said. When she came to Rosebank after several years in home care, she signed on intending to stay for there years; 20 years later she’s still there and loving her job Photo Kirsty Graham 011112-KG-005 as much as she did on day one. Celebrating 20 years doing jobs they love, long serving “This is the most rewarding Rosebank employees (from left) care assistants Yvonne thing you can do. I’ve made Harrison and Jan Fitzgerald and cleaner Annette Brown. a lot of friends here and you

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get to know the families of patients well too,” she said. For her the best part of her work is palliative care. “Caring for the dying is the most rewarding work of all.” During the 35 years she’s worked night shift as a care assistant, Mrs Harrison says she’s never wanted to swap her job. “I started here as a care assistant 20 years ago. I love it, love the job and love the elderly. I have a real empathy with them, they really do something for me. I’m so lucky to be working in a job I love and with people I love working with.” In 20 years the job of a care assistant has changed significantly, she said. Today the job of a carer is all about rest home residents rather than about meals and washing. Miss Brown’s work colleagues describe her as the quiet soldier of the long serving team. “She’s cleaned here for 20 years and she comes in every day and does the same job. It takes a very special person to do that and the residents just love her,” Ms Fitzgerald said. For her, coming to work each day is a pleasure, Miss Brown said. “I just like helping people and I love the residents and the staff here; it’s a great environment to work in.” by David Fletcher

By Dana Johannsen The Silver Ferns will head into their summer break pretty content with their progress this season, after last night capping off their Quad Series with a strong 48-43 win over Australia. Hammered by 20 goals less than two weeks ago, the New Zealand side rediscovered the form that saw them claim the Constellation Cup back in September, pulling off a remarkable turnaround to finish the season with thet upper hand over the Diamonds. In the five meetings between the two fierce rivals this year, the Ferns have won three of them. Regardless of the outcome last night, Australia had the Quad Series wrapped up, with

a sizeable advantage in goal differential. But it was still a must-win game for the Silver Ferns as they looked to take some all important confidence and momentum into next year after a wobbly Quad Series. Having finished their season with their most convincing win over Australia of the year – albeit not as emphatic as the Diamonds record win in Sydney – the Ferns will largely be forgiven for their mid-season stumbles. The Ferns had to recover from a bumbling start, but eventually recovered, and stretched their lead out to seven early on in fourth quarter, before the expected Aussie fightback came, with the visitors scrapping for every ball on defence. They came as close as four goals, before New Zealand pulled away again to secure a five-goal win. - APNZ

• Body recovered The body of a missing 83-year-old Roxburgh woman has been recovered from Clutha River. Police were notified that the woman was missing just after midday and a search began at 12.45pm. Central Otago Police and SAR personnel located the woman’s body in the river yesterday afternoon, police said. The matter had been referred to the coroner. - APNZ

• Fatal crash A person is dead after a crash involving a car and a truck in Waikato yesterday afternoon. Fire Service spokesman Jaron Phillips said emergency services were called to the scene at the intersection of State Highway 2 and SH25, near Ngatea, about 1.30pm. One person died as a result of the crash. - APNZ

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Fireworks danger warning By Erin Tasker Fireworks can be a lot of fun, but they can also be dangerous if misused, Ashburton’s fire safety officer Sheryl Reveley says. Fireworks go on sale today, with sales restricted to just the four days before Guy Fawkes – which is celebrated on November 5. The reduced selling time is among the changes introduced in recent years with the aim of reducing fireworks related issues, and they appear to be working, Mrs Reveley said. She said that, combined with the cost of the fireworks and the increased number of public fireworks displays, had meant that Guy Fawkes had passed relatively incident free for firefighters in recent years. Mrs Reveley said the New Zealand Fire Service preferred people to attend public organised events where possible, as that reduced the risk of things going wrong in peoples’ back yards. “If people are looking at using fireworks at home then always aim them away from people and any trees or structures where they

could cause a problem if they landed on them,” she said. “In the past stray works have been the cause of fires when they have gone into peoples’ guttering or things like that, so people need to be aware of that. “If they do go astray there is the potential for them to set things on fire.” If people were planning to use fireworks at home they should ensure they had a water supply at the ready, potentially having a garden hose connected nearby. Instructions should always be followed and if it was too windy, fireworks should not be used. Such steps would ensure another safe Guy Fawkes in Mid Canterbury. “We only need for a really windy night and that could all change,” Mrs Reveley said. Pets also needed to be thought of and possibly locked inside, or in the garage, when fireworks were being let off, as the sound could spook animals. If you do want to buy fireworks, they’ll be on sale from today. The Warehouse will be among those stocking them, with their fireworks packages ranging in price from $9.99 to $199.99.

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Saturday: • Ms Methven Eight Methven blokes will vie for the coveted title of Ms Methven, a fundraising event at the Mount Hutt Memorial Hall, held by Our Lady of the Snows School. • Guy Fawkes Rakaia Lions Club is holding its annual Guy Fawke’s night at the Rakaia Domain on November 3 and it will feature a bonfire, a best-dressed guy competition, face painting, glow sticks and a bouncy castle. The festivities will get under way at 6pm. It’s free entry and a total glass ban will be in place. If wet, it will be postponed to the following day. • Ashburton Gorge Muster Ashburton Gorge Muster at the Hakatere stone cottage, 10am to 4pm. It’s the 150th anniversary of the cottage, to be held in conjunction with the Department of Conservation, celebrating the fifth birthday of the O Tu Wharekai wetland project. Official welcome and opening of the Hakatere Conservation Park Information Room at 1pm, all day sausage barbecue plus tea and coffee available. Photo Tetsuro Mitomo 261012-TM-178

Big weekend at aviation museum The best of vintage aircraft will be on display this weekend when the Ashburton Aviation Museum holds an open weekend.

The open weekend is being used as both a publicity exercise and a membership drive says museum committee member Bob Maxwell, with the museum

open from 10am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday and a flyin of vintage aircraft. It will be a great opportunity for people to take a look at some

of the rare static aviation displays housed in the museum and to check out aircraft and to talk to aviation enthusiasts, he said.

Firefighter dad’s plea - no more violence By Don Farmer The family of bashed Martinborough man Peter Fisher have made a plea to locals not to take matters into their own hands. Brian Fisher, father of the injured volunteer firefighter, said yesterday he and his wife Noeline have become aware of “talk of violence” against the alleged offender. “We do not want any more violence against anyone and we ask

that it is left to the police and the courts to do their duty,” he said. Mr Fisher said he and his wife had also been told that the family who called on his son’s help immediately before he was beaten early on Sunday morning have been “receiving some unfounded criticism”. “Most of that criticism is from people with very little knowledge of the facts and, in our opinion, the family did exactly what 90 per cent of people in the community would,

and should, be able to do,” he said, which was ask a friend or member of the community for help. Peter Fisher was bashed after he stepped in to help a group of young people socialising in a house in Broadway St remove an unwelcome visitor. He was assaulted and taken by ambulance to Wellington Hospital in a critical condition, then admitted to the intensive care unit. Mr Fisher has since been slowly improving. His father said yester-

day that his son was now conscious and talking, although speech was difficult because of the injuries to his mouth and neck. “Peter is progressing well, he is a very strong lad but he is not out of the woods yet,” Mr Fisher said. He said the hospital staff had been excellent in his son’s treatment and care. Martinborough fire chief Garry Jackson was making a return visit to Peter Fisher’s bedside yesterday. Mr Jackson said he had been

shocked on his first visit to see how badly beaten Mr Fisher was. “I would have walked passed the bed and never had recognised him,” he said. Mr Jackson agreed with Brian Fisher’s comments about criticism of those at the house when trouble arose. He had himself been summoned by townspeople who perceived trouble. Usually that meant doing a drive-by to check the situation out

Former Mid Canterbury rugby representative Geoff Frew is growing a mo for cancer. This month marks Movember – a national campaign encouraging men to grow moustaches in support of men living with cancer and raising money for men’s health around the world. Geoff, who played 154 games for the province, can personally relate to Movember after beating a lengthy battle with prostate cancer two years ago. In fact, two years to this day , just weeks before his 50th birthday, Geoff underwent intensive robotic surgery in a format carried out only three times in New Zealand. But although the surgery was rare, his surgeon, according to Geoff, was world class. “I questioned him a lot and put him under the microscope several times ... that’s for sure. “I told him I won’t be a guinea pig, but he said he had carried out the procedure numerous times overseas so that was good and the whole operation went really well,” Geoff said. Movember is also an ideal opportunity to raise awareness and for Geoff, his battle with prostate cancer has inspired him to be an ambassador and spread the word around the district. And to this day Geoff admits he still has minor problems post operation, but as his wife Sonya reminds him every day – he is lucky to be alive. “It’s something I had to deal with and I dealt with it. No-one wants to hear the words you have it, so my best advice is do everything you

can to prevent it. “My wife and two girls have just been amazing – my wife in particular has been brilliant,” he said. “She (wife) just keeps saying, ‘Geoff you’re alive – now get on with it’. “It’s the old saying, you couldn’t do it without them – but I really believe in that - they have been there with me every step of the way and the support has been incredible,” Mr Frew said. Geoff, who is now a Prostate Cancer NZ Ambassador, has joined with the Ashburton Cancer Society and wants to encourage Mid Canterbury men to man up and “do what you have to do”. He believes a long aging myth is at fault for deterring men away from regular check-ups. “I’m going to be straight up with you – a lot of guys I have spoken to still believe they will get the old finger if they go for a check and I think that’s what scares them away. “A lot of specialists also say don’t go and get checked until you are 40, but I’m saying, why not – go and get checked early and it gives you something to work with . . . afterall, it’s only a quick blood test,” he said. TV personality and sports commentator John McBeth, who is fronting the Movember campaign, will be teaming up with Geoff later this month at a men’s health seminar at the Sinclair Centre, in Ashburton. A Prostate Cancer specialist will also be in attendance and Mr McBeth is urging men to book the event in their diaries and get along. This year’s theme for Movember is, Movember & Sons. *To register go to – movember. com.

but now he would be wary of going out alone to suss out situations, the fire chief said. He would rather have people who felt there was an emergency situation “put up the siren so the whole brigade could turn out”. The fire chief said brigade members had gathered to speak about the incident in the company of a critical stress expert. “But we will have further debriefs, that’s for sure,” he said. - APNZ

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A man has been charged with the murder of Rae Portman, whose body was found on a south Auckland four months after her family reported her missing. Paraire Hori Te Awa, also known as ‘Friday’, was initially only charged with kidnapping but the additional charge of murder was laid yesterday. In Papakura District Court yester his lawyer Peter Kaye did not apply for an interim name suppression order to be extended and it expired yesterday. Te Awa, 32, raised his eyebrows and mouthed words to supporters in the public gallery when he appeared briefly in the dock before being remanded in custody. He will appear again later this month. -APNZ

• Community Lipsync Community Lipsync at the Ashburton Trust Event Centre. Junior starts 3pm, Senior 8pm. • Classic Speedway A double day weekend for the Ashburton Speedway gets under way with its second Hot Rod Dirt Challenge. Classics and custom cars get an opportunity to cruise on the clay from midday. On Sunday it’s regulation racing with Grands Prix for the Modified, Six Shooter and Production cars. • Multisport The 12th running of the Frostbuster, a three stage multisport race for individual and teams around the Methven area, now has a duathlon or run option for the event. Racing starts at 10.30am.

Sunday: • Bands in the Park Ashburton Civic Music Council Bands in the Park at the Ashburton Domain 2pm. Featuring Ashburton Silver Band, Salvation Army Band, Electronic Organ and Keyboard Club and Ashburton MSA Orchestra. • Rep Cricket The Mid Canterbury senior team hosts South Canterbury in the Ron Biggar Memorial limited over match at the Ashburton Domain Oval, under way at 10.30am.

Out of town: • Fishing day Drop a line on Children’s Fishing Day 2012 at New Brighton Pier. Budding anglers are invited to drop a line and hook a fish off the New Brighton Pier in the just-for-kids fishing day tomorrow. A free event which runs from midday until 3pm.

On the couch: • International Cricket The Black Caps tour of Sri Lanka continues with the second one-day international in Colombo, live on Sky Sport one from 9.50pm Sunday.

Most NZ men do put family above beer and work survey finds

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Geoff Frew is living proof there is life after prostate cancer. Geoff is taking part in Movember and as a Prostate Cancer NZ Ambassador is urging all men to ‘Man up and do what you have to’.

Despite what they say, most New Zealand men do put family and love above beer and work. Beermaker Speights surveyed New Zealand men around the country to find out what matter to them, with 65 per cent of respondents ratings family as most important. Fourteen per cent of respondents rated love as the most important thing in their lives, followed by children (10.6 per cent) and friends (3.9 per cent). Below that, came work (3.3 per cent) and only 1 per cent of respondents said beer was the most important part of their lives. Of the 504 men surveyed, 97 per cent said they would pay the correct amount when buying from an honesty box. Eighty-four per cent said they would help a stranded motorist on

the road, but in Otago only 76 per cent said they would stop to help. The best regions to be stranded in a car were Waikato, Nelson and the West Coast with 100 per cent of respondents in these regions saying they would stop and help. But, while most New Zealand men would stop to help a stranded motorist, only half of the respondents would offer to help their neighbour build a deck. If New Zealand men were faced with last-minute tickets to an All Black game but had already made previous arrangements with their wife and her friends, just over a quarter would choose to go to the game. Southland men were the only ones to pick going to the game ahead of the previous commitment. - APNZ


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Frustrations aired at inquest A changing OUR VIEW

of the guard By Coen Lammers

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he 2013 Super 15 season will see a changing of the guard as far as Mid Canterbury players are concerned. The selection of Tim Perry into the new Auckland Blues squad was a bolt out of the blue for many in the district, but others will have seen the young prop’s rise to fame. While Perry is taking the step up to a whole new level, All Black Adam Thomson is reaching the twilight of his career. Thomson was not named in any of the New Zealand Super 15 squads and is likely to head overseas. At the time of writing this, Thomson had not announced which country will be hosting him next year and All Blacks coach Steve Hansen this week joked that the former Tinwald local may not even know himself yet. Interestingly, Hansen picked Thomson for the end of season tour to Europe, in contrast to previous All Black coaches who ignored players who head off-shore. Hansen’s decision to take Thomson to the northern hemisphere is a commentary on how he values his years of loyal duty. While Thomson deserves to be on the tour based on his recent value, the same cannot be said for Ali Williams who barely has played in the past few seasons. Taking him to Italy and Britain can only be judged as a junket. As old Ashburton warhorse

The inquest into the CTV deaths has heard of frustrations caused by delays and chaos in the hours after the catastrophe. The Coroner’s inquest in Christchurch is investigating the deaths of victims of the CTV building collapse on February 22 last year, killing 115 people. A demolition contractor has told the inquest that he was frustrated by the efforts of untrained rescuers. “There were some horrible sights. Bodies were being placed in body bags,” Alan Edge of Southern Demolition told the inquest yesterday. He said many people had formed

human chains on top of the collapsed building to remove debris. Mr Edge considered this was ineffective and he was frustrated that he was unable to use his heavy machinery. It was unclear who was in charge. People seemed to obey the most confident sounding person. Mr Edge was also frustrated when Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) staff told him not to use his heavy machinery, although at one stage all activity ceased to allow for an amputation. Mr Edge was cross-examined by the counsel assisting the coroner about his experience in removing people from collapsed buildings.

He acknowledged he had experience in removing rubble, but not bodies or injured people. He said his digger drivers were so experienced they could wipe a desk clean without scraping it. “No one was listening to the jokers with common sense and motivation to get people out,” Mr Edge said. Other witnesses have told the inquest that the rescue operation slowed down after USAR staff took over. Earlier yesterday Christchurch City Council senior manager Jane Parfitt, the Civil Defence controller on February 22, told the inquest that it took two hours for an engi-

neer to fill out forms at the council offices before he went to the collapsed CTV building, and that was too long. The engineer had listening equipment, vital to the rescue operation. Ms Parfitt attributed the delay to tightened health and safety requirements after the Boxing Day earthquake. The head of Civil Defence in Christchurch, Murray Sinclair, told the inquest that he doubted an engineer had spent two hours filling out forms. Mr Sinclair said it was possible engineer Lew Pickering had been required to wait until a decision was made about allocating

resources. He would have been required to fill out two forms. Mr Sinclair described how Civil Defence was largely manned by council staff. The city council has responsibility for the city and environs, and the regional council had a region-wide oversight. In cross examination Mr Sinclair was asked how emergency staff would know of the resources available to them. Mr Sinclair said police had a liaison person so that technical equipment could be made available, but it would still rely on a request. The inquest continues today. - apnz

Appealing Chris King is also heading into the autumn of his rugby career, Tim Perry will soon be carrying the torch for the local rugby community. His rise to Super 15 fame has not been a sudden elevation after the 24-year-old worked his way through the Heartland competition, the Tasman B team before making a name for himself in this year’s ITM cup for the Makos. Perry’s story should be an inspiration for any local club player as he was bashing heads in the Watters Cup only two seasons ago. In a few weeks the keen hunter will be packing down with All Black veteran Keven Mealamu under the tutelage of another New Zealand legend, Sir John Kirwan. The Blues have had several disastrous seasons so both Perry and Kirwan have little to lose. Both can now make their names if they get the Auckland franchise back to its old glory days when it collected five Super trophies. Many in Rakaia would have preferred if Perry had accepted the Crusaders offer to join their wider training squad but they will understand that he chose the faster route to the Super 15 in the Blues squad. Some might even start cheering for the dreaded Jafas. Whether he is playing in blue or not, Mid Canterbury will be following his progress closely and wish him the best of luck.

Police are appealing a High Court decision to throw out charges against 21 Nelson gang members after police tried to falsely prosecute an undercover officer to boost his credibility within the group. Last week Justice Simon France ordered a stay of proceedings against the group, who were facing a range of charges including drug offences and being part of an organised criminal group. The Solicitor General confirmed yesterday that the decision would be appealed. Police were investigating the emerging Red Devils Motorcycle Club, who they suspected were about to become a chapter of the Hells Angels. During a crackdown, dubbed Operation Explorer, police bosses became concerned that an undercover officer known in the gang as Michael Wiremu Wilson was about to be exposed. To strengthen his credibility in the gang, police arranged for a fake search warrant of his lock-up in which they had placed apparently stolen equipment and drug paraphernalia. Police forged an illegible signature of a court deputy registrar, and arrested Wilson. Wilson appeared on several occasions before judges, who all believed they were dealing with a genuine case. Soon after Operation Explorer ended, police sought to have Wilson’s charges withdrawn. Justice France said he believed police thought they were acting legitimately. - APNZ

Sex offence accused named Court to tackle dependency The 37-year-old Kaitaia business man charged with 17 sexual offences, most against boys, has had name suppression lifted. Daniel Luke Taylor was further remanded in custody on the charges until November 15 when he appeared before Judge John McDonald in the Kaitaia District Court yesterday. Taylor’s lawyer, David James conceded that there was little he could say in support of continued name suppression and did not apply for bail. Taylor, who until recently was the vice-president of the Kaitaia Business Association and described his occupation as a consultant, stood impassively in the dock while Mr James argued against the hearing being filmed. The media application was supported by the police and

Daniel Taylor three of Taylor’s alleged victims, with police prosecutor Duncan Coleman saying the fourth had not expressed a view. This was only a remand appearance, Mr James said, and there would be nothing substantive

to report on. It was a situation where the accused’s interests might be given some weight. “Not a great deal will be lost if he is not filmed,” Mr James said. Judge McDonald noted that the accused had already received a good deal of publicity from the print media, and that his photo had been published. Given that, and consent from the police and complainants, which outweighed any concerns raised by Taylor, the application would be approved. Judge McDonald also declined to renew the interim suppression order imposed on Monday last week. Taylor first appeared in Kaitaia on October 25, when suppression was not sought. An order was issued last Monday after Mr James made a late application and after details had

already appeared in the media. “That horse has bolted, hasn’t it? It had bolted before I made the interim order,” Judge McDonald said. Mr James replied that he could take the application no further and the suppression order lapsed. The charges - three of indecent assault on a male aged 16 or over, eight of indecent assault on a boy under 12, four of indecent assault on a boy aged 12 to 16 and one apiece of attempted sexual connection with a boy under 12 and a boy 12 to 16 relate to alleged offences committed between 2007 and early 2011. Detective Eddie Evans from the Child Protection Team in Kaitaia asked anyone with information that could help the investigation to contact him on (09) 408 6520. - APNZ

Chch man who posed as a girl jailed A 73-year-old Christchurch man who posed as a teenage girl on Facebook, friending and convincing a local girl to show him sexualised videos, has been jailed for three years. Dennis John Batchelor appeared in Christchurch District Court

where he was sentenced to three year’s imprisonment, stemming from 30 charges related to making, distributing and possessing objectionable publications. American authorities last year alerted New Zealand’s Internal Affairs Department to Batchelor

posting multiple objectionable images on a Facebook page where he posed as a teenage girl. Batchelor befriended an American man and a Christchurch teenage girl through his online profile. Sexualised videos of the Christchurch girl and of the

American man abusing his twoyear-old daughter were found on Batchelor’s computer. On sentencing Batchelor Judge Paul Kellar said the images were as bad as they could get. His risk of reoffending was high, Judge Kellar said. - APNZ

Lady June Blundell dies aged 91 “Tireless” health and children’s advocate Lady June Blundell, one of the longest-serving members of the Order of New Zealand, has died aged 91. Lady June, the widow of New Zealand’s first resident GovernorGeneral Sir Denis Blundell, received New Zealand’s highest honour in February 1988, a year after the order was established. She died on Wednesday at Auckland Hospital following a short illness. Lady June was a founding patron of the Child Cancer Foundation and helped establish teenage cancer charity CanTeen. She was active with St John throughout her life, and was involved with the Homai College for the Blind, Save the Children New Zealand and the Asthma Foundation. Lady June’s death has opened up a place within the Order of New Zealand, which is limited to 20 living

Lady June Blundell members at a time. Governor -General Lieutenant General Sir Jerry Mateparae said she had dedicated her life to the service of others. “A softly spoken person who never sought the limelight, she worked quietly and tirelessly on behalf of many community organisations and charities. “On behalf of my wife Janine and

my family, I extend my deepest sympathies to Lady June’s family at this sad time.” Prime Minister John Key said Lady June made a significant contribution to New Zealand in her own right. “She was over 90 when she died, and had worked throughout her life to help others. Her tireless service to the country through a wide range of community and welfare work was recognised when she was made a member of the Order of New Zealand in 1988,” he said. “I express my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Lady June at her passing.” Child Cancer Foundation chief executive Sarah Thomson said Lady June’s heart had always been with children with cancer. Her earliest fundraising effort for the foundation was to raise money for a comfortable chair where parents could sit and sleep with their

child while the child underwent chemotherapy treatment. She spoke at many functions, loved attending events, and spent numerous hours on the telephone talking with parents. Ms Thomson said Lady June’s family was very important to her, and her children and grandchildren had shared in her support for the foundation. The foundation had been through many challenges but Lady June was always proud to note it had always stayed true to its mission. Ms Thomson said she was fortunate to spend time with Lady June in recent times, including her 90th birthday in June last year. “She told me then how much she enjoyed spending time with several of the children and parents the foundation supports, as well as talking with Child Cancer Foundation board and staff members.” - APNZ

By Edward Gay

A new court designed to tackle the underlying causes of crime will save lives and money, say judges. Two new courts opened in Waitakere and central Auckland yesterday will deal with about 100 people with alcohol and drug dependency issues in its first year of operation. Costing $2 million, the courts will take on those who have pleaded guilty, face a term of at least three years in prison and show a willingness to change their ways. They will be put through an intense programme designed to turn their lives around and, if they are successful, their efforts will be taken into account at sentencing. The court has been years in the planning and draws on research from around the world. One of its staunchest supporters is Lifewise court worker Michelle Kidd, who was described at this morning’s opening ceremony as the woman who works with the “mad, the bad, the sad and the distressed”.

Inside her Auckland District Court office, Ms Kidd choked back tears as she pointed to a photo of one of the men she worked with who spent much of his life in and out of the courthouse. A chronic alcoholic, the man was addicted to methylated spirits and died earlier this year. He was still in his 40s and had 39 pages of previous convictions. Ms Kidd holds him up as an example of a man who may still be alive if he had been helped by one of the courts. Judge Ema Aitken of the Auckland District Court and her colleague Judge Lisa Tremewan at Waitakere District Court said there could be many more like the 40-year-old. Judge Tremewan used the example of a chronic drink driver who does their time in prison but comes out with their alcohol addiction untreated. Domestic violence is another potential life-taker that often involves alcohol. Asked whether the courts could be a soft option for offenders, both judges were emphatic that the

real soft option was for prisoners to avoid facing up to demons, do their time and re-enter the life interrupted by prison. But under the new system, judges will have the power to remove offenders from their homes if they believe their environment is not supportive. They will also be closely monitored by experienced case managers to ensure they are not falling off the wagon. Judge Aitken said she and Judge Tremewan have come across prisoners who have said: ‘If I had known it was this hard, I would have opted for prison’.” The other advantage both judges point to is the potential money saved in police time, court cases, prison space and the social costs to victims and their families. She said many of those that come before the courts with alcohol and drugs problems are on benefits but she has met people who have come through the US model and are now proud to be taxpayers. “It gives them the opportunity to learn work and life skills.” -APNZ

YOUR VIEW WOF periods Responding to Murray Smith’s letter about WOF periods, MTA wants to keep WOF checks the way they are because this is the safest option we have available with the tools, equipment and conditions we’ve got. This isn’t about making a quick buck from motorists – during the 90 years MTA has been in business, we’ve realised that keeping people safe on the roads is a pretty solid business model. If you look after people, they tend to come back. Six-monthly WOF checks are the way most New Zealanders make sure their cars are safe. It’s also about making sure the driver behind you has working brakes, or the car in front of you has working indicators. NZTA figures suggest 29 per cent of vehicles going for WoFs fail their tests. However, this doesn’t tell the whole story. MTA data for June/July found 51 per cent of vehicles needed work done on the day they were checked in, to get them through their test. (The most common faults were broken lights, followed by tyres and steering/suspension issues.) Regarding revenue, technicians stand to gain more money from

more time between checks – it’s a lot cheaper to replace a set of worn brake pads than it does to replace brake drums or rotors, and it’s cheaper to rotate tyres for even wear than to get a new set. We also have significantly different driving and environmental conditions here, compared to other parts of the world. For instance, our road surfaces cause a high incidence of windscreen chipping. More time between WOF checks would mean these chips turn into cracks, requiring full replacement, rather than much cheaper chip repairs. However, one major automotive glass company has submitted to Parliament supporting the sixmonthly WOFs, because it’s the safest option, rather than going for the money. Our vehicle fleet is much older, too – and statistics indicate auto-

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mobiles get older, the further south you get. Our vehicle testing system has been developed for conditions in this country, for local requirements. A check carried out in a workshop by a trained specialist is going to cover a lot more than one that is carried out when you’ve been pulled over on the side of the road by a policeman, who probably has other things to be doing than checking tyre tread and windscreen wipers. As a driver, you probably want to be driving on the road, rather than standing beside it. If something is working fine, it’s generally a good idea to not to start pulling it to bits. Six-monthly WOF checks keep people safe on our roads. Hamish Stuart, MTA Communications Manager

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JJ didn’t want to stay with his stepfather By Edward Gay Little JJ didn’t want to stay behind with his stepfather, and tried to follow his mother out of the house on the morning that the Crown says the child died. Josephine Lawrence told the High Court at Auckland that she had to leave the house to get an overdraft from her bank to tide her over between benefit payments, while her partner Joel Loffley lay in bed on November 14 last year. Ms Lawrence said her twoyear-old son wanted to come with her but Loffley wanted the boy to stay behind. “I was scared he was going to give me a hiding when I came back because if I didn’t listen or do anything he wanted to do he would give me a hiding.” She said JJ followed her down the hallway but she told him to go back to his stepfather. The Crown says soon after Ms Lawrence left, Loffley slammed JJ in the stomach so hard that his pancreas and liver split in half. The toddler died soon after. Loffley has denied a charge of murder, and told police that JJ fell off the bed.

Giving evidence from behind a screen, Ms Lawrence said shortly before she left the house, she saw Loffley pick JJ up and dump him on the bed as they played “wrestling”. “I said what are you doing? ... JJ was like, he liked it ... He was kind of a bit winded.” She said JJ was fine when she left. Ms Lawrence said she came home a short time later to find JJ being showered by Loffley. She said she was beginning to get the flu and got into bed while Loffley put the child down for a nap. She said Loffley told her JJ had fallen off the bed while he was making it. Loffley brought her a laptop to watch a film on and left the house. He returned a little over an hour later and brought JJ into their bedroom. “He brought JJ into the room and said: ‘I can’t wake him up’. I said: ‘What did you do?’.” Ms Lawrence said she was screaming and yelling and went into shock when she couldn’t wake the child. Despite the efforts of a passing electrician and ambulance

staff, JJ could not be revived. Earlier, Ms Lawrence gave evidence about how her son had broken both of his arms. On one occasion she had found him with a broken arm but was too scared to call an ambulance because she had been drinking and didn’t want to be seen as a bad mum. She told the court that she slept with JJ that night and the next morning took him down to the playground at Okahu Bay before calling an ambulance and pretending that he had fallen off the play equipment. Ms Lawrence also gave details of Loffley using an asthma inhaler as a marijuana pipe and gave it to her son to smoke. “He would give him a pipe and give him a spot.” As Ms Lawrence gave the evidence, some of her family members in the public gallery grew emotionally distressed and had to be helped from the courtroom. She said she never saw Loffley do it, but he told her about it. Ms Lawrence said she saw her two-year-old showing the signs of cannabis use, such as red eyes and sleepiness. The trial continues. - APNZ

Show pushes boundaries By Susan Sandys

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Risque, witty, satirical – In Flagrante is coming to Ashburton this month. Pictured is one of the production’s dancers, Maria Munkowits.

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Erotica for the thinking person is coming to Ashburton. On November 30 In Flagrante will show for one night at the Ashburton Trust Event Centre. Legendary Kiwi choreographer Mary Jane O’Reilly said she was taking risks with the neoburlesque show. Its title translated as ‘caught in the act’, and it was “witty, satirical and most importantly, daring”. “I’ve seen a lot of boring burlesque which didn’t seem to take enough risks,” she said. “I wanted to shift the genre up a gear and introduce the satiric eye of a contemporary dance choreographer, as well as someone who is interested in the central subject, sex, that is.” In Flagrante is being brought to Nelson, Westport and Ashburton by the Top of the South Arts Touring Consortium. Event centre manager Roger Farr said the show “promises to be a tastefully risqué and comical look at the art of burlesque”. It was touring as part of the Top of The South Touring Arts Consortium’s programme for 2012, of which the event centre was a member. It was supported by Creative New Zealand. “Creative New Zealand’s funding allows the consortium to tour some of the very best New Zealand based performers through our regional venues where without their financial support, the cost would prohibit us doing so,” Mr Farr said. “In Flagrante has toured the North Island to sold-out performances,” he said. The show would follow Bang Crash Tap on November 13 at the centre. Bang Crash Tap was an Australian Dance company which toured the world with its show of mind-blowing dance and percussion. It featured a crew of two amazing tap dancers, a beat boxing champion and one of Australia’s most talented drummers, who performed in anything from tap shoes to flippers. “This is a high-octane fast-moving performance that the younger ones will absolutely love,” Mr Farr said.

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The Commerce Commission will keep tabs on pricing for calls between fixed line and mobile phones after Vodafone New Zealand was this week cleared to buy TelstraClear for $840 million. The antitrust regulator has kept tabs on mobile pricing after it imposed lower pricing for ending calls on rival networks, known as mobile termination rates, and will extend that to include calls between fixed lines and cellphones after the Vodafone takeover, it said in a

statement. The regulator will monitor pricing both separately and in bundles, it said. “We already regulate mobile termination rates to minimise the barriers to competition in the mobile market, and monitor mobile pricing in case any barriers are raised by new pricing plans,” Telecommunications Commissioner Stephen Gale said. “We have similar concerns in fixed-to-mobile pricing so will watch and see what fixed-to-mobile pricing plans appear in the market.” The antitrust regulator cleared Vodafone’s acquisition of TelstraClear,

saying the companies’ provision of fixed-line and mobile services to large businesses didn’t cross over, and that TelstraClear-parent Telstra Corp would keep some radio spectrum which could be bought by rival carriers. Gale said the merger would lead to “major changes in the telecommunications sector”, though he said he didn’t expect any anti-competitive pricing arrangements. Auckland-based Vodafone expects to reap savings through ending management and back-office double-ups, and by using TelstraClear’s backhaul and

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prehensive income by $55 million due to the Commerce Commission imposing a reduction in mobile termination rates, the fees carriers charge each other for ending a call on a rival network. TelstraClear lifted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation to A$99 million in the 12 months ended June 30, from A$84 million a year earlier. Sales fell 2.3 per cent to A$502 million. Australian parent Telstra booked a A$130 million impairment charge against goodwill for the TelstraClear prior to the sale.  – APNZ

Kiwibank eyes $150m bond offer

US stocks mixed after two-day close Stocks closed mixed yesterday in their first session since Superstorm Sandy forced a historic two-day shutdown of trading. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped 10.75 points to 13,096.46. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose, but barely – up 0.22 of a point to 1412.16. Investors were nervous that a flood of orders after two days of pent-up demand from customers might lead to volatile trading. But stock prices barely budged at the opening, and stayed within a tight range throughout the day. “It’s been very smooth,” Duncan Niederauer, CEO of NYSE Euronext, told CNBC from the exchange floor shortly after the opening bell. “The market-making community is more than staffed enough to be open.” The last time the New York Stock Exchange closed for two consecutive days because of weather was during the Blizzard of 1888 – 124 years ago. Since power was out in large parts of downtown Manhattan yesterday, the trading floor had to be run on back-up generators. Home Depot and Lowe’s rose as investors anticipated more business for the home improvement chains as people made repairs in the aftermath of the devastating storm. Home Depot gained $1.34 to $61.38 and Lowe’s rose $1.02 to $32.38. Netflix soared $9.66 to $79.24 after financier Carl Icahn said he had bought a 10 per cent stake in the troubled company.  – AP

transmission services, according to its notice seeking clearance. The merged company will also cut its reliance on Chorus, the dominant telecommunications infrastructure firm, for wholesale network access. Vodafone, the country’s biggest mobile phone operator, boosted annual profit 16 per cent to $175 million in the 12 months ended March 31 from $151.5 million a year ago, even as revenue fell 4.3 per cent to $1.62 billion. That was better than what Vodafone foreshadowed last year when it said sales would fall $124 million and com-

State-owned lender Kiwibank is looking at raising up to $150 million from a subordinated bond offer, after its credit rating was cut a notch by Standard & Poor’s. The Wellington-based bank is considering a public offer of unsecured, subordinated bonds, with the formal documents likely to be released next week, it said in a statement. The debt sale comes days after S&P cut the credit ratings of Kiwibank and its par-

ent, New Zealand Post, to A+ from AA-, citing the group’s growing reliance on its banking operations and expectations of dwindling postal revenues. Craigs Investment Partners has been appointed arranger, and is joint lead manager with Kiwibank. ANZ New Zealand is co-manager with Forsyth Barr. Kiwibank had some $1.81 billion in issued debt securities as at June 30, according to its annual report.  – APNZ

Brierley sells $2.87m of shares Brierley clung to his GPG seat at this year’s annual meeting in Auckland, with Veteran corporate just 12 million votes separaider Ron Brierley sold rating the 50.75 per cent $2.87 million of shares in for and 49.25 per cent Guinness Peat Group as against his re-election as the investment company a non-executive director of hits the halfway point in the company he took over liquidating its portfolio. in 1990. Brierley, now based in He and his team at GPG Sydney, sold some 1.57 were ousted last year in million shares at 58 cents a shareholder revolt over apiece on October 26 and plans to split up the 3.43 million shares at 57 investment company. cents on October 29, leavSince losing control of Ron Brierley ing him with 46.88 million GPG’s board, Brierley has shares, or 2.89 per cent of set up another diversified GPG, according to a regulatory notice. At investment vehicle, ASX-listed Mercantile today’s trading price of 57 cents, that’s Investments. worth $26.72 million. He seized control of Mercantile, then The sales came after GPG announced called India Equities Fund, in January it was halfway through selling its assets, when shareholders agreed to a deal and increased its share buyback target giving him 54 per cent of the company to 70 million pounds from 10 million and its chair in return for his stakes pounds. in Copper Strike, Trinity Group, ING The investment company will rename Community Living Group, Australian itself Coats “at the point when GPG Pharmaceutical Industries and Trojan shareholders’ investment is predomi- Equity. He subsequently brought in his old nantly represented” by the UK threadmaker’s business. That’s expected to comrades Ron Langley and Gary Weiss via an A$2 million placement.  – APNZ happen in the second half of next year. By Paul McBeth

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Sandy death toll at 71 in Caribbean The death toll in the Caribbean from Hurricane Sandy has risen, along with estimates of the damage and destruction it caused, as more assessments roll in. Two new deaths were recorded in Haiti, bringing the total for the country to 54, said Marie Alta Jean-Baptiste, director of the country’s Civil Protection agency. That means the toll for the Caribbean as a whole is now 71. Haitian authorities were able to revise the death toll as rivers recede, allowing officials to travel through the storm-drenched southern peninsula. The death toll had been 52. Jean-Baptiste said yesterday that one of the new deaths occurred during a mudslide and the other was a person who drowned trying to cross a rain-swollen river. There are still 21 people unaccounted for after the storm. Hurricane Sandy drenched the country’s south with more than 500 millimetres of rain in 24 hours. President Michel Martelly has declared a month-long state of emergency. In the Bahamas, the total cost of damage to private property and public infrastructure is expected to reach as high as $US300 million ($A290.74 million), according to a report from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility, a risk pool for 16 governments in the Caribbean. That total would be higher than last year’s Hurricane Irene, which caused about $250 million in damage to the island chain east of Florida. The damage estimates do not include tourism losses, which are expected to be significant in the case of Sandy. Minister of Tourism Obediah Wilchcombe has said the country experienced thousands of cancellations. Some resorts were forced to compensate people who were stranded by the storm. In Cuba, the government raised the number of homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy from 130,000 to 200,000.  – AFP

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US President Barack Obama has landed in New Jersey to start a tour of areas devastated by flooding triggered by superstorm Sandy. Obama, travelling with the federal government’s emergency relief director Craig Fugate, linked up with New Jersey’s Republican Governor Chris Christie for the tour, with his re-election bid still on hold ahead of next week’s national vote. Christie, an outspoken ally of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has been effusive in his praise of Obama’s handling of the devastating storm, raising eyebrows in his own party. The governor greeted the president at the steps of Air Force One after his short flight from Washington and the two men boarded Obama’s Marine One helicopter for an aerial tour of the disaster area. Obama left the campaign trail on Tuesday to return to Washington to manage the federal relief effort. He has announced plans to get back to campaigning today, ahead of the November 6 election. Romney, who had also mostly suspended campaigning out of sensitivity to storm victims, was back stumping for voters, in Florida, yesterday, albeit on a muted level. “Please, if you have an extra dollar or two, please, send them along and keep the people who have been in harm’s way... in your thoughts and prayers,” he told about 2000 people in a Florida airport.  – AFP

‘Baby box’ opens to save abandoned kids A box in which parents can leave their babies anonymously without any legal risk opened yesterday in a town in north-western Russia – part of an effort that activists hope will save many young lives. The baby box in Kirishi, an industrial town 100km east of St Petersburg, is the 10th such facility in Russia. Experts think that’s just a fraction of what is needed. “Even if only one child is saved that way it will be worth it,” said Tatiana Sobolevskya, deputy chief of the maternity department of Kirishi’s hospital, where the baby box is located. Nikolai Muravlev, a Russian Orthodox priest, came to bless the box and praise it as “island of safety”. Once a baby is put in the box, its door

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closes and a nurse gets alerted by a signal. There are no security cameras so parents can leave their babies anonymously. An information stand next to the box appeals to parents to think over their decision and offers contact numbers for assistance. Kolybel Nadezhdy (Cradle of Hope), a non-government organisation that opened the baby box, said it should help attract nationwide attention to the issue. Its head, Yelena Kotova, said more than a dozen babies are abandoned in Russia every month according to official statistics, but she said the real figures are believed to be at least three times higher. Russian police have registered 268 cases of murder of newborn babies by their mothers in 2010-2011, and

Russian media have carried regular reports of babies found in garbage containers, forests or snowdrifts. One of the most recent cases was in St Petersburg in August, when a man found a three-day-old baby in a plastic bag in the bushes. The boy survived and was soon adopted. Kotova said in her home city of Perm in the Ural Mountains, the bodies of two newborn babies were found on a balcony. A woman who lived there with her other children just felt unable to raise another child, she said. In July, a five-day-old girl was left in a baby box in Perm with a note giving her name, Margarita, and her date of birth. Two more babies were left in baby boxes organised by Russia’s Krasnodar region. – AP

LEFT: Galina Murzakayeva, a co-ordinator for Kolybel Nadezhdy (Cradle of Hope), a non-governmental organisation, opens the baby box in Kirishi, 100km east of St Petersburg, Russia, yesterday. INSET: A cellphone shows a photo of Margarita, a baby girl left in the baby box in Perm.

• Left to fester The husband of a 180kg US woman has been charged with abuse after her recent death. Authorities are accusing Michael Brooks of allowing Yolanda Reese-Brooks to fester in a bed surrounded by her own waste. The 40-year-old woman died of morbid obesity and other injuries last week. The prosecutor’s office says Brooks was his wife’s primary caretaker after she sustained a crushed pelvis and ruptured bladder in a 2011 auto wreck. Brooks is charged with second-degree abuse of a vulnerable adult. Prosecutor Eric Smith says Brooks’ conduct was “shameful”. Reese-Brooks’ four children now are living with a relative.  – AP

• Napoleon letter A coded letter in which Napoleon Bonaparte vows to blow up the Kremlin goes under the hammer near Paris in December, 200 years after the French invasion of Russia. “I will blow up the Kremlin on the 22nd at three am,” reads the missive written in numbers and signed “Nap”, expected to fetch between 10,000 ($A12,611) and 15,000 ($A18,916) at the sale in Fontainebleau. Dated October 20, 1812, the day after Napoleon retreated from the centre of Moscow, it is addressed to his external relations minister HuguesBernard Maret.  – AFP

• Twitter hacked Lindsay Lohan’s Twitter account has been hacked. Lohan was inundated by angry responses after a post about Adolf Hitler appeared on her timeline this week. The fake message read: “How does Hitler tie his shoes? from @ oatmeal.” A link to a humour website was also included with the bizarre message. The 26-year-old cleared up confusion about the remark on Wednesday. “My twitter was hacked, please ignore the last tweet,” she wrote to her 4.5 million followers.  – CM

• Maggots save cat A clumsy cat is recovering after falling 20m from a viaduct. Bengal cat Gus lost a leg when he plunged from the viaduct near Stroud, Gloucestershire. The 18-month-old pet was kept alive by maggots as they nibbled dead flesh away from a broken leg – preventing blood poisoning. He crawled under a trailer to stay hidden and was found six days later when a passing dog walker startled him. Owner Caroline Bush, 39, said: “He went missing for six days and we didn’t know where he was. We got a phone call from someone to say they had found him under a trailer. When I took him out from under the trailer he was missing his front leg as it had all rotted away.” They had Gus’s badly injured front left leg amputated and he has now returned to the family home.  – PA

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Syrian rebels pounded by air strikes; 180 dead Syrian warplanes have pounded rebel bastions after a day of fighting that left more than 180 dead, as UN-Arab League peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi urged China to help end the violence. In a week that has seen unprecedented air strikes, regime fighter jets yesterday again pummelled rebel-controlled areas east of Damascus where clashes have raged for months. At least five raids were carried out in the capital’s eastern suburbs, where 30 civilians, including five children, were killed in air strikes and fighting the day before, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. They were among 182 people killed across Syria on Wednesday, said the Observatory, adding more than 36,000 people had now died in the 19-month conflict. Analysts say the regime has boosted air strikes in recent days in a bid to reverse opposition gains on the ground, especially in Syria’s north, and to prevent the rebels from taking control of further territory around the capital. Fierce clashes erupted yesterday in the north-western province of Idlib, where rebels attacked highway military checkpoints and battles raged over the rebel-held town of Maaret al-Numan and the Wadi Daif army base. After the heaviest wave of air strikes yet on Tuesday, on Wednesday a fighter jet hit targets inside Damascus for the first time, dropping four bombs on an

eastern neighbourhood near to an opposition-held suburb. Rebels also claimed responsibility for the killing of a senior air force general, Abdullah Mahmud al-Khalidi, whom state television said had been assassinated by “terrorists”. Visiting Beijing, peace envoy Brahimi said he hoped China would play an active role in helping to bring a halt to Syria’s violence. Greeting Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in front of reporters,

Beijing did not reveal the content of the talks but reiterated it would push for a “political resolution”. “China has been playing an important and positive role in pushing for the political resolution to the Syrian issue and will continue to work with the international community,” foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei said. Brahimi, who succeeded former United Nations chief Kofi Annan after he quit over what he called

China has been playing an important and positive role in pushing for the politcal resolution to the Syrian issue ...

Brahimi said he hoped “China can play an active role in solving the events in Syria”, without elaborating. Both China and Russia have exercised their veto in the UN Security Council to block resolutions aimed at putting more pressure on President Bashar alAssad. Yang thanked Brahimi for his work and said he hoped their discussions – their third in two months – would promote “mutual understanding” and “the appropriate handling of the Syrian issue”.

a lack of international support, is due to present new proposals for resolving the Syria conflict to the Security Council in November. His two-day visit to China, which ends today, came after he met Russia’s foreign minister in Moscow on Tuesday and described the conflict as going from bad to worse. The Syrian uprising, which began in March 2011 as a peaceful protest movement inspired by the Arab Spring, has escalated into an armed insurgency. The Observatory, which relies on a network of activists, lawyers

and medics in civilian and military hospitals, said yesterday the death toll across the country had reached 36,000 people since the start of the conflict. An average of 165 people have been killed per day day since August 1, it said, and the overall toll includes nearly 27,000 civilians and armed rebels and more than 9000 government soldiers. Most of the rebels, like the population, are members of Syria’s Sunni Muslim majority, while Assad’s government is dominated by his Alawite minority, an offshoot of Shi’ite Islam. A senior foreign ministry official in Moscow meanwhile said Russia was in contact with Turkey to recover cargo confiscated by Ankara from a MoscowDamascus passenger plane, but that no progress had been made. Turkey scrambled fighter jets earlier this month to intercept the Syrian Air passenger jet, forcing it to land at Ankara’s Esenboga airport and seizing the cargo before the plane was allowed to continue its journey. Turkey said the plane was carrying military equipment but Russia said it was a legal cargo of equipment that Moscow wants back. “The contacts (with Turkey for the return of the cargo) are continuing,” Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said, quoted by Russian news agencies. “As far as I know, no practical action has so far been taken,” he added.  – AFP

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Artist Frank Shepherd poses with his creation of US cyclist Lance Armstrong who has been unveiled as this year’s Edenbridge Bonfire Society celebrity guy, during an unveiling for the media in Edenbridge, England, yesterday.

Armstrong to burn in effigy His career is in ruins and now an effigy of Lance Armstrong is about to go up in smoke. The disgraced American cyclist has been chosen as the latest celebrity to be burned in effigy during an English town’s nationally famous Bonfire Night celebrations. Edenbridge in south-east England has built a 9m model

of Armstrong, who was stripped recently of his seven Tour de France titles for doping offences. The effigy, to be burnt this weekend, sports a sign saying “For sale, racing bike, no longer required”. Towns across Britain light bonfires and set off fireworks on November 5 to commemorate

Guy Fawkes’ failed plot in 1605 to blow up Parliament. The bonfires are traditionally topped with an effigy of Fawkes but have been decorated with contemporary figures over recent years. Previous Edenbridge effigies include comedian Russell Brand and soccer star Wayne Rooney.  – AP

Spanish protesters trash shop Spanish anti-austerity protesters have gone on a rampage in clothing chain Zara in Barcelona, breaking glass and hurling mannequins and clothes on to the floor. Around 20 protesters briefly occupied the Zara shop in central Barcelona and some protested inside an Apple Store, an AFP photographer saw.

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The protesters from the minority anarchist labour unions CGT and CNT were demonstrating against the government’s economic policies in the current recession and debt crisis. “It was a few troublemakers who fled as soon as they saw the police,” said a CGT spokesman. “We condemn these acts,” he said

of yesterday’s disturbances. Numerous demonstrations have broken out across Spain in recent months, with several leading to clashes between protesters and police. Separately, train and metro workers in Barcelona staged the latest in a series of strikes yesterday.  – AFP

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TAURUS (Apr 21st May 21st) The stern responses that have characterised the earlier part of this week can seem less prevalent now, or was it you banging the drum for the things you have been unhappy about? Yet with your ruler opposed still by the erratic energies of Uranus, there can still be a sense that even if you bend over backwards to please, someone will still find fault.

GEMINI (May 22nd Jun 21st) You may have found yourself under a greater amount of expectation earlier this week, particularly around work. It may be hard to pinpoint exactly why, but a more exacting atmosphere has kicked in. Either way, this is now the time to embrace your rewards. Look to do something lively, fun and sociable. There can even be a hint of romance in the air.

CANCER (Jun 22nd - Jul 23rd) Marshalling creativity with productivity is important as you find your way in this new month. And with Venus also in a T Square with Uranus and Pluto, picking a way between the needs of different people, be it at home or in the workplace, may require a deft touch. You may hope that someone would be more sensitive, but might this be wishful thinking?

Greece has unveiled a tough new austerity budget, sparking a call for a 48-hour strike as the EU said there was more work to be done before the recession-hit country can access loan funds needed to stave off bankruptcy. Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras unveiled the 2013 budget to politicians, which also predicts that the economy would shrink by a worse than previously expected 4.5 per cent next year and the country’s debt mountain will swell to 346 billion euros ($A436.35 billion) or 189 per cent of economic output. Adding to the government’s woes, the main Greek union called for a 48-hour general strike starting on November 6 – just 10 days before the country risks sliding into bankruptcy if it fails to secure 31.2 billion euro lifeline from the “troika” of international creditors. Conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras had announced on Wednesday that his government had agreed with the mission of ‘troika’ auditors in Greece on the terms of a new 13.5 billion euro austerity package needed to unlock the next instalment of rescue loans. Accordingly, the finance ministry yesterday introduced a budget and a three-year economic programme pledging the required level of cuts in 2013-14. But ahead of a conference call among eurozone finance ministers, who are due to make a final decision on the payout by November 12, the European Commission yesterday noted that a deal with Greece was technically still pending. “We are continuously narrowing the number of open issues,” Simon O’Connor, spokesman for

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A municipal worker shouts slogans during a protest against the new austerity measures outside the Parliament in Athens yesterday. The country’s budget includes about euros 7.8 billion worth of austerity measures for next year. the EU’s euro commissioner Olli Rehn. O’Connor said Brussels was “confident” of striking an accord “soon”. The Eurogroup of finance ministers also demanded yesterday that Greece “swiftly” solve outstanding issues to clear the way for the loan payment. “We called on the Greek authorities to solve remaining issues so

as to swiftly finalise the negotiations,” said Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker in a statement after a two-hour conference call. Juncker did not elaborate on the issues that remain, but the Greek government plans to introduce further reform bills in parliament next week. The German government had earlier noted that work remains

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LEO (Jul 24th - Aug 23rd) You can find yourself itching to do something a bit uncharacteristic. Much as you like to promote an aura of certainty and confidence, you can be more inclined to stick to what you know than people might imagine. However, you might find yourself wanting to rebel, even if in a relatively safe way. A larger-than-life character can be the catalyst for this.

VIRGO (Aug 24th Sep 23rd) If your love life is hunky dory you might want to indulge in some full-on extravagance this weekend, a time when that old maxim ‘Everything in moderation’ can seem profoundly misplaced. And yet if things are less rosy or money matters in general have been unpredictable, the important thing is not to fall into the trap of comparing yourself to others.

LIBRA (Sep 24th Oct 23rd) Your love life may be throwing up quite a few possibilities but it all may seem very unpredictable and therefore unsettling. One thing you will not appreciate is the sense that someone you like is making up the rules as they go along. Remember that however alluring someone is, you still have the right to set your ground rules and stick firmly to them.

to be done on a Greek deal but acknowledged that the government seemed serious on reform. “We acknowledge that the Greek government of Mr (Antonis) Samaras is going about, has gone about, this very difficult task of advancing the reforms in the country in a serious way,” Steffen Seibert told a regular government news conference.   – AFP

SCORPIO (Oct 24th - Nov 22nd) Perhaps you are finding it hard not to say how you feel. Despite your reputation for secrecy, many Scorpios can be almost painfully blunt, at least in expressing an opinion about others. More sensitive personal issues are likely to be kept closely to your chest but now you may experience someone surprising you with force of their views - about you!

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23rd - Dec 21st) You may be asked to put your hand in your pocket today and may take this in your stride, especially if it’s for a good cause. However, if there is someone you have been friendly with in the past, don’t necessarily expect this tie to run on without any complications in the future. Any incompatibility, around values as much as cash, can see you start to grow apart.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22nd - Jan 20th) If you have a more conservative attitude to life but need to interact with someone who doesn’t, it may prove tricky just now. This could point towards a generation gap in a family tie or it may be at work or in a life situation where you feel someone is failing to take responsibility. Your experience and wisdom can be such an asset though.

AQUARIUS (Jan 21st - Feb 19th) It’s going to be really important to understand your deeper needs around close involvements, your love life and intimacy. These are areas where you can often be rather detached, but the stars are conspiring to ask you to become much more mindful of what’s what. You can charm and beguile, but someone may get hurt. Try to be open.

PISCES (Feb 20th Mar 20th) Sudden compulsions can see you want to comfort eat, hit the shopping mall in earnest or gorge yourself on your most loved confectionary. Or will the need for security see you drawn towards the wrong kind of relationship or romantic diversion? Hard as it may be, this is a time not to get deflected from the longer-term plans you have already laid.


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1. HEAD COACH 2. ASSISTANT COACH The successful applicants will be responsible for the selection, preparation and coaching, of of the Union’s Heartland Championship side to a standard of excellence that enhances the reputation of Mid Canterbury Rugby Union: Key attributes sought in applicants include; • Strong technical knowledge of the modern game, combined with sound coaching and analytical skills. • Strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills • Effective planning, organisational and management skills • Experience and success in coaching at Senior Club or Representative level. • Formal Coaching Qualifications at an appropriate level • A strong work ethic and a genuine commitment to the long term growth and success of the Union The successful applicants will need to be able dedicate sufficient time to the role/s from April until October to ensure appropriate selection, pre-season and in-season preparation is undertaken to ensure the best possible opportunity to achieve the Union’s goals for the team. For further information and/or job descriptions please contact Ian Patterson on 027 222 7374 or via email at ian.patterson@midcanterburyrugby.co.nz Applications may be sent via email to ian.patterson@midcanterburyrugby.co.nz or by post to: The Chief Executive Mid Canterbury Rugby PO Box 98 ASHBURTON Applications close 5.00 pm Monday, 12 November 2012

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DEADLINES - Ashburton Guardian Classifieds close at 5.00pm every week day, the day prior to insertion. Phone 03SATURDAY, November 3. 307-7965. Bathurst Street. Signs out ‘For Sale’ 8.30am to 1pm. Household FREE in the appliances, furniture, advertisement kitchenware, whitebait nets, Ashburton Guardian when buy two in the wood lathe, assorted tools. you Guardian. Phone 307-7900. Priced to sell.

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Carter Jones climbs into yellow jersey American Carter Jones of Bissell Pro Cycling has climbed his way into the lead in the Tour of Southland, after winning the 179km stage from Te Anau to the Crown Range, near Arrowtown yesterday. Ashburton’s Hayden Roulston failed to figure after puncturing early. It was a day of mixed fortunes for the Bissell team with Paddy Bevin, who had already won two stages during the week’s racing, forced to withdraw from the Tour due to a lung infection. While that will make retaining the yellow jersey harder for the team during the final two days of the Tour, Jones, 23, is confident his team has the capability to defend the lead and credited his strong climb up the final 3km of today’s stage to a good team effort. “My team-mates worked as hard as they could so with 1km to go, I thought ‘they did all of that work for me so I’ve got to give it a shot’. I’ve got good legs, and it worked out,� he said. Jones now takes a 29 second lead over Node 4-Subaru’s Mike Northey; the biggest lead of this week’s Tour so far. Bissell team manager and former Tour winner Glen Mitchell said whilst it was disappointing to lose Bevin, everything else on yesterday’s stage had gone according to plan. “We wanted to stay hidden as much as we could and save everything for the last 10km to launch Carter into the position where he could challenge for the lead of the race - and we couldn’t have asked for more, it worked out exactly,� he said. “With Paddy not being in for the rest of the Tour, it reduces us to five riders to defend over the next stage. “You have to take this Tour one stage at a time as anything can happen out there, but we’ve got a strong team of motivated riders.� Yesterday’s stage - the longest of the Tour - was decided in the final 3km, but prior to that a group of nine riders, including Pure Black Racing’s James Williamson, did a power of work

Carter Jones will be wearing the yellow tour leader’s jersey as the Tour of Southland continues on today’s stage from Invercargill to Gore. in a break that gained up to a 4 minute lead. The peloton caught the group after it passed through Frankton and with 10km to go there was very little in it. Northey was in the hunt as the ascent to the Crown Range lookout began, but Jones had the legs and the stamina to take line honours, ahead of Southsure Insurance’s Brodie Talbot and PowerNet’s Heath Blackgrove. Jones is the fourth rider to pull on the yellow jersey this week and six riders are now within 2minutes 35seconds of the lead, including former Tour winners Gordon McCauley and Black grove. Tour director Bruce Ross said

this was the sign of a very good race. “It is a very interesting race,� he said. “The lead keeps changing and that, to me, indicates a good race.� The Sprint Ace jersey sits comfortably with Share the Road’s Sam Witmitz, while Joe Chapman (Creation Signs-L&M Group Racing) keeps hold of the King of the Mountain jersey and Taylor Gunman (Pure Black Racing) retains under-23 jersey. Node 4-Subaru leads the Wensley’s Cycles teams classification. Today’s stage covers a 167km route from Invercargill to Gore and Ross believes it will be defining. - APNZ

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

MID CANTERBURY BASKETBALL, BADMINTON AND NETBALL. Community Lip Sync for new Riverside Stadium. Tickets from Ashburton Trust Event Centre, Wills Street. 9.30am-12.30pm. ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY. Open. Methodist Church hall, Baring Square East. 10.00am - 12noon. ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP. Open for research, non members welcome. Upstairs old Polytech Building. 254 Cameron Street. 10.00am - 12.00pm. VINTAGE CAR CLUB. Museum and parts shed open. Maronan Road, Tinwald. 10.00am - 3.00pm. ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM, Open day at Aviation museum, free entry. If fine Vintage aircraft flying in. Seafield Road.

12.50pm (draw) WAIREKA CROQUET CLUB. Ricochet 1pm - 2pm, Association golf 2pm onwards. Waireka Croquet Club, the domain Philip Street. 1.30pm. MID CANTERBURY SOCIAL WHEELERS. 14km road race. Register from 1pm. Fords Road, near the saleyards.

Biggest twits in sport By Steven Holloway When Quade Cooper was hit with a NZ$50,500 fine and three-game suspension yesterday for his Twitter outburst earlier this year, he was just the latest in a long list of athletes who have struggled to control their tweeting. Racial slurs, homophobic rants, cheating accusations and breaking team rules are all common themes in our bad-boy list of sportsmen who should probably delete their Twitter app. Here are some of the worst Twitter offenders in sport, and the penalties imposed upon them. Suspension - Eliota FuimaonoSapolu During the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu made a Twitter post linking the scheduling of the World Cup to slavery, the holocaust and apartheid, after Samoa had three days to prepare for their match against Wales, while their opponents had a week to prepare. Officials accepted an official

apology and decided that no further action was necessary. Later in the tournament when Samoa lost to South Africa Fuimaono-Sapolu tweeted that referee Nigel Owens was “racist� and “biased�, which resulted in him being banned for six months. Undisclosed sum - Kevin Pietersen Kevin Pietersen was fined for criticising Sky commentator Nick Knight on Twitter. Pietersen was docked an undisclosed sum for comments aimed at the ex-England opener during the first test against the West Indies at Lord’s. He wrote: “Can somebody please tell me how Knight has worked his way into the commentary box for tests? Ridiculous.� $3,042 - Antonio Cromartie In August 2009, NFL cornerback Antonio Cromartie was fined by the San Diego Chargers for tweeting that the team was served “nasty food� at a training camp. It may come as no surprise that he quickly moved on to play for the New York Jets. $39,200 - Carlton Cole In April 2011, West Ham

SCOREBOARD Results Basketball NBA results NBA results yesterday (home team in CAPS): CHICAGO BULLS 93 Sacramento Kings 87 NEW ORLEANS HORNETS 95 San Antonio Spurs 99 UTAH JAZZ 113 Dallas Mavericks 94 PHOENIX SUNS 85 Golden State Warriors 87 TORONTO RAPTORS 88 Indiana Pacers 90 PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 84 Denver Nuggets 75 DETROIT PISTONS 96 Houston Rockets 105 L.A. CLIPPERS 101 Memphis Grizzlies 92 PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS 116 L.A. Lakers 106

Squash Celtic Squash Club

Results from this week’s round of the Celtic Squash Club’s summer league competition: Micky Hooper drew with Laurence McCormick 1-1, Rebecca Abernethy beat Cath Blacklow 3-1, Lucas Hooper beat Chantelle Kentish 3-0. Susan Dargue lost to John Surridge 0-5, Di Ness beat Ben Aldridge 4-0, Mark Holmes drew with Laurence McCormick 2-2, Billy Nolan beat Sandy Richardson 2-0. Chris O’Reilly lost to Paul Cousins 1-3, Mark O’Grady beat Robbie Kok 4-0, Linda Bullock lost to Steve Devereux 1-2, Chrissie Stratford beat Rachel Prendergast 4-1. Jane Lowe beat Louise Ryk 2-1, Maria O’Reilly beat Jenni Ryk 3-0, Warren Mackenzie beat Brendan Clarke 5-0, Pat Summerfield beat Jock O’Connor 3-1.

Tennis Paribas Masters Results from Paribas Masters yesterday (prefix denotes seeding).

striker Carlton Cole was watching England’s friendly match against Ghana. He tweeted: “Immigration has surrounded the Wembley premises! I knew it was a trap! Hahahaha. The only way to get out safely is to wear an England jersey and paint your face w/ the St. George’s flag!� After receiving several complaints he then tweeted “Why are there so many sensitive people out there! it was a joke & its not even racist!� The FA didn’t find it funny. $50,500 - Quade Cooper Quade Cooper was found guilty of twice breaching the Australian Rugby Union code of conduct in September, where he criticised the ARU, the Wallabies and, bizarrely, an ARU computer game on Twitter, in the media and in a television interview. Over a five-day period, Cooper labelled the Wallabies set-up as toxic and later said the environment was “destroying him as a person� and he would turn down test jerseys in the future. The comments went down like a lead balloon with his teammates.  - HOL

Men, Round 2 14-Milos Raonic (CAN) bt Jeremy Chardy (FRA) 6-7(4) 7-6(4) 6-3. 3-Andy Murray (GBR) bt Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA) 7-5 6-3. 7-Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) bt Alejandro Falla (COL) 6-2 6-2. 11-Nicolas Almagro (ESP) bt Albert Ramos (ESP) 7-6(1) 6-7(4) 6-3. Michael Llodra (FRA) bt 10-John Isner (USA) 6-4 7-6(5). Sam Querrey (USA) bt 2-Novak Djokovic (SRB) 0-6 7-6(5) 6-4. Gilles Simon (FRA) bt Victor Hanescu (ROU) 7-5 6-3. Kevin Anderson (RSA) bt 12-Richard Gasquet (FRA) 7-6(5) 4-6 6-1. 9-Juan Monaco (ARG) bt Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 7-6(4) 6-2. 8-Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) bt Igor Sijsling (NED) 6-4 7-6(0). 4-David Ferrer (ESP) bt Marcel Granollers (ESP) 6-1 6-3.


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Feature home

INSPECTION TIMES Saturday, November 3 10am - 10.30am

Country lifestyle close to town 102 Bridge Street

Story: Amanda Wright It’s the great kiwi dream. An acre of beautifully manicured lawns, set back in your own private oasis, away from the hustle and bustle of life, yet within a few minutes drive from the centre of town. Practicality and peacefulness, all rolled into one gorgeous property. A Mary Poppins property if you will, practically perfect in every way. Behind a quaint metal gate on Bridge Street, enter past delicate flowering shrubs down a long driveway bordered by trees. A magical entrance to a truly impressive home. The large green lawn is expansive, fringed with a selection of mature and young plantings and trees, a medley of colours and textures. A lifestyle block perfect for those seeking a country living environment, but in a manageable form. The spacious arena also provides a safe environment for a large family with energetic children. The exterior of the home is crisp, a fine blend of country charm with modern luxury, with the exterior plaster cladding a chic grey, with white villa-style verandah posts. The modern lines and practical layout make this home a pleasure. The modern plaster cladding has been carried through as a unique feature of the interior, giving each room a unique texture and depth. Anchored by a gas cooking range, the kitchen has clearly been designed by someone with a passion for cooking. It is arrayed with beautifully plain surfaces, in a deep sea blue, with attractive glass panels in cupboard doors which give an easy reference to where everything is stored. Large spacious living areas with seamless indoor/ outdoor flow make living and entertaining here a breeze. An enclosed outdoor BBQ area invites the possibility of enjoying an intimate dinner amongst a warm summer evening under the setting sun. Consisting of four bedrooms, this spacious home is perfect for a growing family, or presents the opportunity for an office or even an art room or library. The serene environment makes for the perfect location for someone wanting to work from home. The luxurious master bedroom also features a walk in wardrobe and ensuite. Temperature is never an issue in this double-glazed home. Along with many modern luxuries, this home features a heat transfer system and HRV, as well as a log fire for an intimate ambience. Subdivision of this property may be an option in the future, so the choice will be yours to maintain a slice of lifestyle paradise, or cash in on your investment to create two spacious havens. An opportunity like this rarely presents itself, so be prepared to be impressed at the viewing to be held this Saturday. The property will go under auction on 1st December 2012 at 11am onsite (unless sold prior).

Jill Quaid Manager 027 437 6755

Veronica Monaghan

Property Manager 027 697 6948

Agent details JARROD ROSS First National Ashburton T. 03 307 8317 M. 021 249 4644 E. jarrod@ashfristnat.co.nz

Sue Houston Administration Manager 03 307 8317

96 Tancred Street Ashburton

Narelle Usmar Administrator 03 307 8317

Jarrod Ross Rural Consultant Auctioneer 021 249 4644

Annette McCully Urban Consultant 027 438 2328

Richard Quaid Urban Consultant 027 454 4745

Margaret Wilson Urban Consultant 021 221 2544

Mike Grant

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www.ashfirstnat.co.nz Check out our open homes at www.midcanterburyrealty.co.nz Mid Canterbury Real Estate Ltd MREINZ (A Member Of The First National Group) Licensed Agent (REAA 2008)

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Cindy Hayward Urban Consultant 027 389 7955

Mandy Marsh Urban Consultant 021 239 4418

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ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Friday, November 2, 2012

covering Mid Canterbury... It has so much potential

House hunting can be an exciting time, the end of the bottomless pit of renting and the feeling that your payments are finally going toward something you physically own.

Every house has potential, but if the house has more potential than actual positive points, then perhaps consider moving along. Unless you’re a builder by trade or a complete DIY wiz, then the home that requires a lot of work may not be for you. Why live in squalor when you can live in luxury for only a few dollars more?

The most common mistake home buyers make is that they buy with their heart instead of their head. This often means they pay more than they should. The search for a home is a process. Often a long and drawn out one depending on circumstances, but as this is a life changing purchase, it’s one that shouldn’t be made lightly.

Our kiwi culture tends to make us believe that we should do everything ourselves, and avoid paying someone else to do what we could do on our weekends. The initial cost may appear cheap, a real bargain, but the costs associated can soon mount up. The reality is we could end up spending a lot, many years after purchase date, continually up-dating and fixing up the house of potential, throwing more money into the project than what it would have cost to buy the perfect home in the beginning.

Before signing on the dotted line, consider the following key points.

Don’t rush out and buy the first house you like Do you like it, or do you really love it?

Sometimes the homes appear to have great value, but the previous owners never bothered to update the interior in the thirty years of living there. There is a difference between cosmetic touch-ups, and more extensive changes to an interior, such as putting in new kitchen cabinets, flooring, and a new bathroom.

Understanding the difference between ‘it will do’ and ‘it’s perfect’ will lead you in the right direction. A desperate purchase is often the result of rushing to buy a house. It may be because you have already sold you’re home and you’re urgently seeking another, or maybe you’ve just reached the end of your tether and you’re willing to settle.

If you enjoy spending time with friends, relaxing and enjoying the odd holiday on your weekends, then buying a DIY nightmare definitely would not suit your lifestyle. The key to remember is - the less work that you have to do to the home when you move in, the more money for the mortgage, and more money for you to still have a life!

When the pressure of having to find a house is high, purchasing mistakes are more common, so alleviating that pressure will help. Consider living in rental accommodation while you are house-hunting. It will ease the pressure and allow you the time to wait until your dream home becomes available. Once you’ve found the home you desire, don’t forget to check out the neighbourhood. Take a walk through the streets and talk to people. By speaking to people, you can not only get a sense of the friendliness of the community, but also as to whether there are any surprises that no one is going to advertise, vandalism, former drug houses, or that horrible neighbour that can turn your dream home into the house from hell.

Stay strong under pressure While most real estate agents will be acting in your best interest, there can be some who may appear intimidating.

Don’t be scared to ask the agent and the seller the hard questions to ensure what you’re receiving is exactly as you expect. Delve into all aspects, starting from the foundations and working upward. Ask about any areas of mould growth, leaks and borer.

How will you continue to pay your mortgage if an income source is lost? Do you have income protection insurance? Remember now that you are a home owner you will need to set aside additional funds for rates, insurance and emergency repairs.

Consider a monthly figure that you believe will be sustainable, including the occasional emergency. If it comes down to sacrificing small luxuries like eating out or going to the movies, then chances are this house will probably break your bank account, and possibly your relationship.

This is your time to be strong and assertive. If you sell out your dreams and settle for less than what you desire, you will be less than excited to move in.

Story by: Amanda Wright

Perhaps the most important point of all, be realistic about what you can afford, and make allowances for what may happen in the future.

Also, just because you own a house doesn’t mean that the rest of life stops around you. Always consider the worst case scenario. You may have a string of unfortunate deaths or illness in the family that will require costly attention.

Keep in mind the features that you want and don’t settle for less.

Make sure your new home is your dream, not your nightmare

We can’t all afford a home like Oprah

Speak carefully to your lender about what is affordable in your situation and stick to budget.

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OFFERS OVER $288,000 CHARMING HOME WEB ID AU27316 EASTSIDE 29 Bird Street Calling all families! You must consider this immaculately presented larger home. Large open plan kitchen/living with three areas. Three spacious bedrooms plus two playrooms or hobbyrooms. Large double garage and off street parking. A must to view!

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$265,000 STYLE & PEACE SUNNY WESTSIDE TOWNHOUSEWEB ID AU27214 STEP INSIDE & BE SURPRISED RAKAIA 46 Mackie Street Three bedroom brick home on large section. Ideal family home handy to shops and school. Good garaging and useful sheds. Open plan living spilling onto sunny patio. Mature trees and shrubs

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WEB ID AU27081 View By Appointment MOUNT SOMERS 134 Ashburton Gorge Road Four bedroom family home appears VIEW Saturday 27 Oct 10.00 - 11.00am sound but needs a little TLC. Spacious AUCTION (unless sold prior) living area. Extensive deck overlooks 11.00am, Sat 1st December, 4 attractive well planted surrounds and 2012 courtyard. Mt Somers township offers a short drive to a variety of lake and high country 1 Hamish Cross Ray Knight pursuits. Take a Niles breath of freshMarilyn air.

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WEB ID AU27081 MOUNT SOMERS 134 Ashburton Gorge Road Gateway to the high country 2023sqm. Four bedroom home appears sound but needs a little TLC.

WEB ID AU24739A ASHBURTON 10 Halston Close A delightful neat and tidy family home with large living area, log burner and heat pump, opening out to easy care entertainment area. Three large double bedrooms plus office or fourth bedroom. Enjoy the lifestyle Lake Hood provides.

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WESTSIDE 38 Cameron Street This very sunny three bedroom townhouse opens out to sunny private patio.

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WESTSIDE 71 Pages Road Delightfully private sunny home in established well planted garden on westside close to park. Three double bedrooms with loads of storage, master with ensuite. Large kitchen living room heated by gas log burner, separate lounge with Rinnai gas heating.

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WEB ID AU26964 WESTSIDE 78 Elizabeth Street Spacious and stylish Clinker brick home on interesting contoured 1205sqm section with fenced swimming pool complete with change sheds. Sunny living/dining/cosy downstairs den. Attached two car garage plus detached four car garaging.

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WEB ID AU26175 WESTSIDE 7 Cross Street A comfortable family home with three spacious bedrooms. Large living area with heatpump. Excellent westside location with Domain and schooling nearby. Private well fenced backyard.

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WEB ID AU27080 WESTSIDE 38 Cameron Street This very sunny three bedroom townhouse opens out to sunny private patio. The kitchen living area is open plan, and the dining area accommodates a family sized dining table and chairs. This home has loads of storage, workshop space in the double garage and in an Young location. Clark McLeod excellent Be sure to view!

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covering Mid Canterbury... Mortgage rates

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when shopping for a home loan is calculating what you will need, and we’re not just talking about the purchase price of your new home. For instance, if you’re purchasing a home that’s going to need some work, how much cash will you need to carry out the renovations in a year or two? If this is the case, you need to be shopping for a loan that will let you re-draw money for this in due course.

Once you’ve decided on the home you want to buy, the lender and the loan you decide is best for you, your first step will be to submit a home loan application to the lender.

Reducing the amount you need to borrow is A home loan will most probably be your single an important consideration. That’s why saving biggest financial commitment, so it makes as big a cash deposit as possible is such a great sense to do your homework to ensure you plus factor - especially if you’re a first home choose the right mortgage. buyer. After all, the bigger the deposit, the less Selecting a home loan can be quite complex you need to borrow. process, made harder by the sheer volume You can also keep your loan amount down by of options and choice available. There are negotiating really hard on the purchase price of countless loans available for you to choose from, each with its own interest rate (fixed or your new home, as well as by finding a loan with floating), fees and degree of flexibility. These a competitive interest rate and fees. key features all have an impact on how much In a nutshell, the following is a step-by-step the loan will cost you and when it will be paid off. guide through the mortgage process, although this may vary from lender to lender: One of the most important considerations

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Then it’s simply a matter of waiting for settlement day which is the day the loan funds are made available. You’ll probably spend quite a bit a time househunting to make sure you get the home that’s just right for you. Be just as careful about choosing the mortgage that will fit your needs best.

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Residential • Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living • Only two years old • Very sunny aspect • Solar hot water, log burner • Quiet cul-de-sac

2/89 Walnut Ave 2/1 Lampard St 19A Anne St 18 Jane St 74 Thomson St 9 Suffolk St 3 Russell Ave

Offers over $440,000

Contact office Ph 308-9173 Mon – Fri or go to www.mcgregorrealestate.co.nz\rentals.htm

OPeN HOMe: Saturday, Nov 3, 2012 1-1.30pm

ReNtaL PROPeRtieS WaNteD Ashburton’s largest property management company • Four property managers • Five security checks • Zero tolerance rent arrears • Owner login facility Phone 308-6173 www.mcgregorrealestate.co.nz/propman.htm

viewing By appointment

SOLD - SOLD - SOLD “It’s why more people are choosing us”

308 6173

Karen Groves

Stephen Watson

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Sue Prendergast

Jane Hurley

Urban

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Admin

027 438 4706

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027 543 5799

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Admin

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308 6173

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308 6173

303 3178

TREVOR HURLEY Owner

027 543 5799

Free appraisals: mcgregorrealestate.co.nz/appraisals.htm Rental help: mcgregorrealestate.co.nz/propman.htm


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ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Friday, November 2, 2012

covering Mid Canterbury... Tinwald

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This week

open homes Specialised Living

Open HOmes Saturday November 3

11 Beach Road 4 Mitchell Place 102 Bridge Street Agnes - 10.30am 4825 Suffolk Street Street 10.00am 10511 Trevors Road Nixon Street10.45am - 11.15am 9 David Hinds 11.00am 59 Street, Gartartan Road - 11.30am 32 Russell Avenue 11.00am - 11.30am 62 Taits Road 62 Taits Robinson Road 11.00am 20a Street,- 11.30am Rakaia 11 Baker Street 11.30am - 12.15pm 97 Elizabeth Street, Rakaia

10am-10.30am 10am-10.30am 10am-10.30am 10.45am-11.15am 3 1 2 Web ID: 2083543 4 2 2 Web ID: 2110392 11am-11.30am 1 1 0 Web ID: 2131071 11am-11.30am 3 1 2 Web ID: 2133178 11am-11.30am 4 1 2 Web ID: 1240327 12.30pm-1pm 4 1 0 1.30pm-2pm Web ID: 2119712

SATURDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER

143 Archibald Street

11.30am - 12.00pm

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Web ID: 1786530

1B Carters Terrace

11.45am - 12.15pm

3

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Web ID: 2114582

7 Jane Street

12.15pm -12.45pm

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Web ID: 2143807

15 Jane Street

12.30pm - 1.00pm

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Web ID: 2137769

Sunday November 4

4 Mitchell Place 1.30pm - 2.00pm 20a Robinson Street, Rakaia 329 Havelock Street 2.15pm - 2.45pm 97 Elizabeth Street, Rakaia 94 Rakaia Terrace, Rakaia 71a Oxford Street

10am-10.30am 2 1 1 Web ID: 2128538 12.30pm-1pm 2 1 2 Web ID: 2145619 1.30pm-2pm 2pm-2.30pm

View our listings online at www.ashfirstnat.co.nz “We Put You First”

Saturday November 3

Mid Canterbury Real Estate Ltd (A member of the First National Group) Licensed Agent (REAA 2008)

96 Tancred Street, Ashburton

www.ashfirstnat.co.nz 104 Bridge Street 1pm-2pm

307 8317

Saturday November 3

Cnr Church and Wellington St 10am-10.45am 29 Bird Street 10am-10.30am 7 Cross Street 10.15am-10.45am 78 Elizabeth Street 10.30am-11.15am 71 Pages Road 10.45am-11.15am 52B Farm Road 11am-11.30am 38 Cameron Street 11.30am-12.15pm 10 Halston Close 12.30pm-1pm 134 Ashburton Gorge Road 10am-11am

Saturday November 3

74 Aitken Street 10am-10.30am 17 Smitheram St 10am-10.45am 21 Harrison St 11am-11.30am 154 McMurdo St 11am-11.30am 16 Tucker Street

11am-11.45am

2/67 Cameron Street

12noon-12.45pm

13 Cross Street

1pm-1.30pm

2 OR 3

Sunday November 4 25a McMillan Street, Methven 11am-12noon 46 Mackie Street, Rakaia 2pm-2.45pm

PHILLIP KENNY REAL ESTATE LTD MREINZ

Saturday November 3 Saturday November 3 78 Allens Road 11am-11.45am 1/23 Philip Street Cancelled 5 Woods Street 10am-10.45am

2/98 William Street 10am-10.30am 35 Johnstone Street 10.15am-10.45am 45 Davis Crescent 10.45am-11.15am 8 Elmwood Grove 11am-11.30am 116 Elizabeth Street 11am-11.30am 5 Cross Street 11.45am-12.15pm

Phone Desme on

03-307-7974


ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Friday, November 2, 2012

Stage 2 selling fast

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covering Mid Canterbury...

Currently

FIRST CLASS IRRIGATED ARABLE FARM

Hatfield Overdale Road

Mid Canterbury has some of the most productive farms around and this property is no exception. The retiring owners are giving you the opportunity to enjoy:

Auction 1pm, Wed 5 Dec 2012 (unless sold prior) Hotel Ashburton, Racecourse Road

254.4004 hectares of freehold title plus approximately 8 hectares of Railway Lease land

Quality arable soils predominantly consisting of Templeton silt loams with some Chertsey, Halkett, and Eyre soils as well

View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/514022, www.harcourts.co.nz/AS400965

Production of a wide variety of seed and cereal crops with excellent yields under a carefully designed irrigation system

Two lovely homesteads plus full complement of sheds and stock handling facilities

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

Ruth Hodges M 027 309 0334 B 03 307 7377 ruth.hodges@bayleys.co.nz

Dave Thomson M 027 601 1426 B 03 308 6497 d.r.thomson@xtra.co.nz

F NO INA TI L CE

HARCOURTS, PHILLIP KENNY REAL ESTATE LTD, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

THIS NEEDS YOUR NEW HOME

Willowby

FAVOURED LOCATION

Winchmore

426 Boundary Road

Deadline Sale All offers on or before 12pm, Thurs 8 Nov 2012 View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/513886

462 Methven Highway

Deadline Sale all offers on or before 4pm Wed 21 Nov 2012 View Open Home Saturday 10.00am 11.00am www.bayleys.co.nz/513936

A very attractive 8.0 hectare bareland block 9 kilometres from central Ashburton. A recently shingled driveway gives you access onto the property and to a three bay lean-to shed with three phase power. The property has been well fenced into seven paddocks plus a laneway for ease of livestock movement. The hard work has been done. Take advantage of the spectacular views of the Southern Alps, all that is needed now is your dream home to be built on one of the many appealing sites that this property offers.

Mike Preston

M 027 430 7041 B 03 307 7377 mike.preston@bayleys.co.nz

This 8.0 hectare irrigated property has been used for grazing cattle and horses. Enjoy the open plan dining, kitchen and living areas that open to a private and sheltered garden. Three bedrooms and a sunroom along the hallway attract magnificent sun. If you are looking for sheds, look no futher - tackroom and feed shed, shearing sheds and a converted hay shed to stables, two bay hay shed all suitable for multiple uses including calf rearing.

Mike Preston

M 027 430 7041 B 03 307 7377 mike.preston@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

Mike’s Picks

8.0ha Winchmore, 3 bedrooms, great sheds, sheltered, private and irrigated. DLS 21/11/2012 n 8.0ha Boundary Road, 3 bay shed with power, great building site with views of the mountains. DLS 8/11/2012 n 1.0ha Greenpark, 3 bedrooms, open plan living, very private, $577,000. n Lake Hood, Stage 8 Lake and Canal Residential Sections from $190,000. n Homestead on 4.2ha, 6 plus bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, classic and prestigious residence, $1,040,000. n 3ha and 4ha bareland blocks, excellent views and building sites, from $279,000. n 4,086m2 section Allens Road.

www.pggwre.co.nz

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Braebrook – one of the last known apple orchards now these beautiful park-like settings house a stunning subdivision nestled in the heart of Ashburton’s urban community

Mike Preston Lifestyle Specialist M 0274 307 041 B 03 307 7377

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

Tinwald

20ha on Town Boundary

Deadline Private Treaty closing 3pm,

• Great location and soils • Zoning is Rural A • A host of sheds and buildings • Large home on sheltered grounds • An opportunity too good to miss

14 November 2012, at PGG Wrightson Real Estate, 30-46 Tancred St, Ashburton (unless sold prior)

Colin Gilbert B 03 307 8710 M 027 434 3478 H 03 308 4438

www.pggwre.co.nz ID: ASH2179516

PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008

Licensed under REAA 2008

Office (03) 307 8317 217 West Street, Ashburton www.ashfirstnat.co.nz

Licensed under REAA 2008

Licensed under REAA 2008

Office (03) 308 8209 Office (03) 308 6497 324 East Street, 114 Tancred Street, Ashburton Ashburton www.propertybrokers.co.nz www.ashburton@harcourts.co.nz

Phone Desme on 03-307-7974

open home

Hastings McLeod Limited

Ashburton Surrounds

414 Racecourse Road

Deadline Sale All offers on or before 4pm, Thursday 15 November 2012 www.bayleys.co.nz/513950

Redecorated and extremely well maintained 2 hectare lifestyle property in a most sought after location. Three bedrooms (main with walk in robe and ensuite), large kitchen/dining/living flowing to outdoor entertaining area, large rumpus room and attached double garage. The home is set in mature garden of lawns and shrubs with the bonus of an excellent four bay implement shed/one bay concrete floor and lockable workshop.

Jon McAuliffe

M 0274 327 769 B 03 3077377 jon.mcauliffe@bayleys.co.nz

WHALAN AND PARTNERS LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008.

Place your classified advert via your sales rep.

BRIAN TIERNAN

www.pggwre.co.nz

Mid Canterbury

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

ADVERTISING CONSULTANT 104 Bridge Street

Ashburton

• Separate kitchen/living/lounge with indoor-outdoor flow • Four double bedrooms plus office, laundry/mud room • Storage galore, seven car garaging • 3997m2 section with mature plantings on town boundary www.pggwre.co.nz ID: ASH2043351

Offers over $600,000

Open Home Saturday, Nov 3, 2012 1.00pm - 2.00pm. Christine Carr B 307 8727 m 027 445 5927

PGG Wrightson Real Estate Limited, Real Estate Agent, REAA 2008

TEL 03 307 7907 MOB 021 836 543 EML brian.t@theguardian.co.nz


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ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Friday, November 2, 2012

covering Mid Canterbury... Mid Canterbury 11 BEACH ROAD

Sat 3rd Nov 10:00am - 10:30am

4 MITCHELL PLACE

3rd & 4th Nov 10:00am - 10:30am

Home of THe Week

102 BRIDGE STREET

Sat 3rd Nov 10:00am - 10:30am

86 BEACH ROAD

$305,000

VIEW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Home or Investment

Comfortable and Secure Family Living

$185,000

AUCTION

Great 1st home or investment property. 3 bedroom home only a few minutes from Beach Road shops and a short drive to town centre. Large open plan living, kitchen and dining with logfire on wetback. Maybe a little TLC required.

Web ID: 2173392

11 NIXON STREET

This home provides plenty of room for any growing family, with a modernised kitchen and bathroom, tastefully decorated throughout. Auction to be held on 23rd November at 2pm (unless sold prior).

Web ID: 1971872

Like Living on the Edge?

Want the country feel but still be in town? This prime acre of land with a fabulous family home is a must view. Too many great features to list. Viewing will impress. Auction to be held onsite on 1st December 2012 at 11am. (Unless sold prior)

AUCTION

Web ID: 2180397

Sat 3rd Nov 11:00am - 11:30am

Sat 3rd Nov 11:00am - 11:30am

59 GARTARTAN ROAD

62 TAITS ROAD

Opportunity on Nixon

Christmas Wish

Perfect Timing

$220,000

$575,000

$588,000

For a first time buyer this home is perfect. Ideal for a family, it’s got a great fenced yard and plenty of space for all your toys and pets. Best of all, it’s on a great street. Ample parking space as well.

Web ID: 2165582

25 AGNES STREET

Sat 3rd Nov 10:45am - 11:15am

Picture Perfect

A brand new 3 bedroom townhouse awaiting its first owner. Tastefully decorated throughout. An entertainers kitchen with doors leading to the large west side patio which offers that perfect indoor/outdoor living. Large bathroom and separate laundry.

$360,000

Web ID: 2174470

This 2 hectare block has everything you need. Great 4 bedroom family home. Double garage, beautiful garden, huge shed which has endless opportunities.Must go under the hammer on auction day. Auction 8th Dec on site 11am [unless sold prior]

Web ID: 1905650

20 ROBINSON ST, RAKAIA

3rd & 4th Nov 12:30pm - 1:00pm

Cover Blown?

We dare you! To-Guess the age of this delightful dwelling. Look no furtherReclad, reroofed, modernised with new kitchen and the use of neutral decor throughout. Standing prim and proper. Large family sized backyard and totally fenced.

$245,000

97 ELIZABETH STREET, RAKAIA

Web ID: 2199275

Sat 3rd & Sun 4th November 1:30pm - 2:00pm

Sat 3rd Nov 11:00am - 11:30am

This stunning, spacious, five bedroom home with office and large rumpus room is warm in winter and cool in summer. 1 Hectare of land, a large home, separate workshop with 3 phase power to it.

Web ID: 1240327

6A BOWEN STREET, RAKAIA

3rd & 4th Nov 1:00pm - 1:30pm

FOR SALE

Smart design

Low maintenance, easy to care for. Lovely near new stylish and practical 3 b/r property with open plan dining/ lounge area. Convenient location in quiet neighbourhood.

$279,000

Web ID: 2144886

3

SUNNY FAMILY HOME

Three double bedrooms, two living areas. Indoor/outdoor living, modern kitchen, new appliances, new logburner, double garaging, glasshouse, plus, plus, plus. Private 1158m2 back section well landscaped.

Jill Quaid

Web ID: 2174487

$179,000 94 RAKAIA TERRACE, RAKAIA

Mob: 027 437 6755

$249,500 117A CREEK ROAD

Sunday 4th November 2:00pm - 2:30pm

A Home with a Heart

All Here and More

Very Few Available

Internet ID: 2191842

Internet ID: 2189105

Internet ID: 2201514

Cute n Cosy Duckback Cottage - You will enjoy! Retains the charms of yesteryear whilst providing the conveniences of today. Lovingly modernised. Re-gibbed, fully insulated walls and ceiling. A real credit to the current owners. Cosy lounge with logburner. Big double garaging with a spacious kiwi back yard. Prepare to be

Jill Quaid Manager 027 437 6755

Veronica Monaghan

Property Manager 027 697 6948

Sue Houston Administration Manager 03 307 8317

Narelle Usmar Administrator 03 307 8317

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$399,000

A delightful two bedroom skyline cottage nestled beautifully on a 1/4 acre section in Townhouse full of WOW! This modern three bedroom builders own townhouse Rakaia. This large easy care site offers fantastic double garaging, a carport, a garden has so many special features you do need to visit to appreciate. A very smart white shed and there’s even room to park not 1 but 2 motorhomes. Just move in and enjoy. timeless kitchen with soft close drawers, Roxx stone benchtop, integrated double dish drawer and other features for the entertainer. View by appointment.

Jarrod Ross Rural Consultant Auctioneer 021 249 4644

Annette McCully Urban Consultant 027 438 2328

Richard Quaid Urban Consultant 027 454 4745

Margaret Wilson Urban Consultant 021 221 2544

Mike Grant

Urban Consultant 021 272 0202

Kim Miller

Urban Consultant 027 236 8627

Cindy Hayward Urban Consultant 027 389 7955

Mandy Marsh Urban Consultant 021 239 4418

Thinking of selling? Give us a call for a free market appraisal 96 Tancred Street Ashburton

www.ashfirstnat.co.nz

Check out our open homes at www.midcanterburyrealty.co.nz Mid Canterbury Real Estate Ltd MREINZ (A Member Of The First National Group) Licensed Agent (REAA 2008)

03 307 8317


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IndustryComment Affordable Housing

market or coming to the market in the next year or two. There is also a range of prices which gives the consumers plenty of choice.

of sections sold per annum there are several years of supply in the pipeline that will be brought to the market in various stages and in various locations from Lake Hood to Methven.

The median sale price for sections last month in Mid Canterbury was Hamish $141,500 and the median house price The new District Plan also provides Niles last month was $270,500. for more infill housing within the Property The median section price in Albany inner area of Ashburton. Brokers Auckland was $455,000 and the The ability to slipstream what often The Government is in the process of median house price was $695,000 has been an expensive and time for the same period. trying to find ways to keep housing consuming process I’m sure would affordable in New Zealand. And in Eastern Wellington it was be a welcome relief for developers, $270,000 and $513,000. Dunedin local bodies and consumers right One idea that has been mentioned throughout the country. is to slipstream the consent process City $139,000 and $260,000 for new subdivisions…as the The selection of sections available We are fortunate to live in a region population is expected to grow. is diverse and this year has seen with excellent prospects and I’m sure more sections sold from January to our population will continue to grow In Mid Canterbury we are in August (52) than were sold for the because of that and the lifestyle and the fortunate position to have a whole of 2011 (46). opprotunites that this region affords number of substantial residential Looking at the average number subdivisions already either on the right from the Alps to the sea.

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49B CHURCHILL AVE

5 HARRISON STREET

69 MCMURDO STREET

11C WILLS STREET

TOP DRAWER NEW TOWNHOUSE

Relax in the Sun

Location, Location, Location

Investors Opportunity

Sought After Location

$343,000

$220,000

$360,000

$210,000

$339,000

Don’t miss out! Buy this lovely three bedroom townhouse off the plans. A & C have sold so this opportunity may pass you by just as quickly. Finished to the highest standard with impeccable interior colours. Located close to town, just wander in for your morning coffee.

Jill Quaid Manager 027 437 6755

Web ID: 2189177

Veronica Monaghan

Property Manager 027 697 6948

Or wander through the back gate to the Allenton Shopping Centre. This flat is as neat as 2 pins. Garage and enclosed carport for extra storage. This is a great investment property.

Sue Houston Administration Manager 03 307 8317

Web ID: 2191788

Narelle Usmar Administrator 03 307 8317

Fun filled large family home that has been often admired. Three generous bedrooms, open plan kitchen dining and living with french doors out to a private sunny entertaining area. Extra bonus is the separate living area for a Mum/Dad getaway.

Jarrod Ross Rural Consultant Auctioneer 021 249 4644

Web ID: 2182558

Annette McCully Urban Consultant 027 438 2328

Here’s your opportunity for a great deal. Low maintenance, permanent material home with some alloy windows, 2 bedrooms and spacious kitchen. Easy care gardens with a street view. Good rental return for an investor.

Richard Quaid Urban Consultant 027 454 4745

Web ID: 1918399

Margaret Wilson Urban Consultant 021 221 2544

Very seldom available is a townhouse in this location. This home has a striking kitchen, open plan dining and living to an easy care intimate outdoor living area. A double garage with generous storage, internal access is an added benefit.

Mike Grant

Urban Consultant 021 272 0202

Web ID: 2191708

Kim Miller

Urban Consultant 027 236 8627

2 WESTPARK CLOSE

Dreams Do Come True

An amazing family home in the sought after Allenton area. On entering the property you will be sold before viewing all the other wow factors of this FOUR BEDROOM, THREE BATHROOM, TWO LIVING ROOM HOME complete with solar heated pool.

$749,000

Web ID: 2168122

Cindy Hayward

Mandy Marsh

Urban Consultant 027 389 7955

Urban Consultant 021 239 4418

Thinking of selling? Give us a call for a free market appraisal 96 Tancred Street Ashburton

www.ashfirstnat.co.nz

Check out our open homes at www.midcanterburyrealty.co.nz Mid Canterbury Real Estate Ltd MREINZ (A Member Of The First National Group) Licensed Agent (REAA 2008)

03 307 8317


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Open Homes

Check out our open homes at www.midcanterburyrealty.co.nz 2/98 William Street $279,000 Saturday 10.00am - 10.30am

35 Johnstone Street $314,000 Saturday 10.15am - 10.45am

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS101012

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS091012

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• Two bedroom townhouse • Open plan living dining • Warm and sunny • Close to town

• Recently redecorated • Modern kitchen • Three bedrooms • Double garage

45 Davis Crescent $262,000 Saturday 10.45am - 11.15am

8 Elmwood Grove $595,000 Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am • Modern colours • Built for the sun • Great indoor outdoor flow • Large deck for Summer entertaining

• Two bedroom red brick home • Sunny open plan living • Attached one bedroom granny flat • Games room above garage

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS300712

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS081012

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116 Elizabeth Street $329,000 Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am • Subdividable 1287 sqm section • Large lounge • Three double bedrooms • Three car garaging

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5 Cross Street $339,500 Saturday 11.45am - 12.15pm • Love character, love this • Two living areas • Five bedrooms • Beautiful gardens

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS021012

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Ashburton Central Shopping Centre

Stylish and modern with so many desirable features including entertainers kitchen, two living areas, rumpus room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms. Double garage, double carport, private grounds. Too may features to list.

67 Normanby Street, Rakaia Set Sale 4.00pm Friday 23 Nov 2012 Official Assignee Sale. 1960’s red brick with iron roof and wooden joinery, open plan kitchen and living area with a deck off rear of home. Tidy grounds of 938 sqm with single garage and carport and sealed drive.

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS131012

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS021112

View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS300117

41 Chertsey Line Road, Chertsey

$525,000

$55,000 inc GST

Great opportunity to purchase this vibrant looking business in the heart of Ashburton. Price includes stock and plant. Buy now and be ready for the summer season.

Rural Listing RURAL LISTING 181 Hatfield Overdale Road, RD 11, Rakaia Auction: 5 December at 1pm at Hotel Ashburton (unless sold prior) • 254 hectares • Irrigated arable land • Two houses (one new) • Excellent outbuildings View at www.ashburton.harcourts.co.nz AS400965

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URBAN Mick Hydes 0274-37-9696

URBAN Debbie Boon 0274-484-006

112 - 114 Tancred Street, Ashburton

URBAN Chris Halligan 021-024-52349

URBAN Helena Ratten 0274-577-998

Leo Ratten PA to Helena Ratten 03 308-6497

URBAN Jill Leonard 0274-982-500

RURAL/LIFESTYLE Dave Thomson 027-6011-426

RENTAL MANAGER Michelle Hydes 027-77-66-497

RENTAL MANAGER Alana Lwin 0274-736-825

BUSINESS OWNER Phillip Kenny 0274-753-669

Phone 03 308-6497


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Wanganui greyhound fields,Central form Press Features Ltd Wanganui Greyhound Racing Club Venue : Hatrick Raceway Meeting Date: 02 Nov 2012 NZ Meeting number : 10 Doubles : 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10; 11 and 12 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9; 10, 11 and 12 1 4.33pm (NZT) ABSOLUTELY ELECTRICAL C1 C1, 305m 1 11378 Seong Duk nwtd..............................S Fagan 2 48412 Bolt Rama 17.92...............................L Ahern 3 64676 Black Mercedes nwtd................ S Gommans 4 25176 Blair Ninety 17.97.......................B Goldsack 5 44451 Okuku Skyhigh (c2) nwtd C &............ Fagan 6 34564 Homebush Alex 17.90................J McInerney 7 37555 Lindop 17.88..............................J McInerney 8 88776 Nuts For Sure 17.83................... B Johnston 9 33867 Jetsun Jules nwtd.............................. B Hunt 10 66532 Kezz 17.97...............................T McCracken 2 4.50pm (NZT) HARRISON HIRE MASTER C2 C2, 305m 1 58355 Mister Whisker 17.69...................J McArthur 2 47778 Snap To It 17.77 3 47451 Botany Zena 17.68....................J McInerney 4 32242 Okuku Bobo nwtd........................... R Casey 5 3715P Thundering Jet 18.21..................B Goldsack 6 73577 Fawn Allegro 18.08..........................P Knight 7 37277 Cawbourne Steffi 17.56 J W &........... C Brid 8 14281 Down The Back (c3) nwtd F &........Turnwald 9 57857 Cawbourne Tina 17.86......................... L Bell 10 87868 Homebush Cindy 17.97...................P Knight 3 5.08pm (NZT) GUTHRIE BOWRON C2 C2, 305m 1 74362 Yaldhurst Edward 17.81.............J McInerney 2 87111 Juke Box Boy 17.86................. L MacDonald 3 4286x Trinity Boy nwtd F &........................Turnwald 4 22545 All The Rage 17.75 U &.............. McCracken 5 48615 Furious Response 18.05...................... L Bell 6 65744 Excited Royale 17.90.................. B Johnston 7 2588x Bond Eclipse 17.87 L &...................... Morris 8 31433 Kinetic Neo 17.79 K &.......................Phillips 9 42876 Sally Say So 17.76................... S Gommans

10 87868 Homebush Cindy 17.97...................P Knight 4 5.25pm (NZT) CROMBIE LOCKWOOD (NZ) LTD C3 C3, 305m 1 68421 Opawa Prince 17.91........................S Maher 2 41347 Stat Me Up 17.60 F &.....................Turnwald 3 16656 Glenaddis Boy 17.74..................B Goldsack 4 33563 Groovy Shane 17.63 B &.............. G Atwood 5 32566 Surf Quake nwtd..............................S Fagan 6 x2x86 Just Defy That 17.53..................... M D Fryer 7 32768 Cawbourne Flick 17.70..............J McInerney 8 68688 Bimboo 17.69 9 67784 Nicki Haka 17.84........................J McInerney 10 78648 Homebush Boris 17.74..............J McInerney 5 5.55pm (NZT) J P PRINT PETONE C3 C3, 305m 1 83222 George Baxter 17.63.................J McInerney 2 22222 Enazuma 17.72...........................B Goldsack 3 187x5 Llamedos 17.86........................ S Gommans 4 23587 Okuku Lilly nwtd.............................. R Casey 5 83751 Dynamik Spirit 17.86..................J McInerney 6 64637 Sedgebrook Elite 17.59.......................F Kite 7 72745 Cool Explorer 17.70 U &............. McCracken 8 33757 Opawa Black nwtd B &................. G Atwood Emergencies: 9 56884 Jackie Shiraz 17.73..........................S Maher 10 78648 Homebush Boris 17.74..............J McInerney 6 6.25pm (NZT) PALAMOUNTAINS NUTRITION C2/3 C2/3, 520m 1 65867 Realon Rumba 30.12........................L Ahern 2 27725 Ramessee 30.52............................M Gowan 3 83718 Just Mac 29.92........................... B Hodgson 4 47567 Kazillion 30.60...................................D Edlin 5 67123 Thrilling Tune 30.23..................... B Hodgson 6 13755 Smash Bang Win 30.28 K &..............Phillips 7 87673 Botany Matthew 29.95...............J McInerney 8 25446 Chainsaw Pete 30.32.......................B Marsh 9 41133 False Impression(c2) 30.66..............L Ahern

10 22161 Thrilling Ava (c2) 30.51....................B Marsh 7 6.45pm MICKEY’S SUPER LIQUOR C3/4 C3/4, 305m 1 24152 Louielicious 17.64 F &....................Turnwald 2 77883 Okuku Wee Man nwtd C &................. Fagan 3 51776 Another Blend 17.63..................J McInerney 4 13728 Cawbourne Emo nwtd...............J McInerney 5 67858 Asher 17.67......................................R Waite 6 24778 Bound By Pride 17.52.......................L Ahern 7 16312 Vicki’s Quest 17.86..............................L Udy 8 85457 Planking 17.59 U &..................... McCracken 9 67784 Nicki Haka (c3) 17.84................J McInerney 10 78648 Homebush Boris (c3) 17.74.......J McInerney 8 7.05pm (NZT) BROAD ROOFING C3/4 C3/4, 305m 1 25815 Another Lady 17.52...................J McInerney 2 68768 Another Legin 17.60..................J McInerney 3 16645 Leadfoot Lenny 17.67..........................L Udy 4 81553 Slangevar 17.61.................................D Little 5 67661 Taleedy Trooper 17.53................... D Donlon 6 75225 Fanta Alert nwtd C &.......................... Fagan 7 27873 Speedy Leeshelle 17.54............J McInerney 8 55513 Kango Klink 17.69..........................B Mitchell Emergencies: 9 56884 Jackie Shiraz (c3) 17.73..................S Maher 10 55778 Cawbourne Ellen (c3) 17.62......J McInerney 9 7.35pm WANGANUI SECURITY C3/4 C3/4, 305m 1 77778 Nip Tuck 17.41.................................B Marsh 2 62664 Parra Sparra 17.58....................J McInerney 3 17874 Chelsea’s Beauty 17.84................ T Downey 4 72424 Opawa Sacha 17.56........................S Maher 5 41243 Waterbug 17.68...................................L Udy 6 32584 Another Hit 17.63.......................J McInerney 7 7388x Don’t Knock Me 17.62...................... A Clark 8 12867 Wise Wonder nwtd C &....................... Fagan 9 67784 Nicki Haka (c3) 17.84................J McInerney 10 55778 Cawbourne Ellen (c3) 17.62......J McInerney 10 8.03pm KEENAN CONCRETE C4/5 C4/5, 520m

1 35834 Ooh La Cool 30.24 U &.............. McCracken 2 85763 Thrilling Cairo 30.31...........................D Little 3 66422 Corteccia 30.26............................A Turnwald 4 27453 Sam I Am 29.84...........................A Turnwald 5 28812 Three Inch Nail 29.65.......................L Ahern 6 24557 Barry’s Way 29.99.............................R Waite 7 87765 Missing Melody (c4) 30.07...........A Turnwald 8 38551 Tummy Krunches 30.04....................L Ahern 9 63512 Bigtime Whizz (c4) 30.25..................L Ahern 10 45325 Freddy John (c4) 29.93 A &................. J.Hall 11 8.30pm GARY ROSS DECORATOR C5 C5, 305m 1 81126 Ariana 17.46..............................D MacAuley 2 61626 Sands of Time 17.62....................A Turnwald 3 13563 Cawbourne Levi 17.53...............J McInerney 4 13362 Blue Jean Alice 17.44............K Sutch-Jones 5 12161 Visionary Man 17.35................L MacDonald 6 52516 Howlin Wind 17.84...........................M Olden 7 23132 Ciao For Now 17.28..........................L Ahern 8 77164 Suit Yourself 17.57 U &............... McCracken Emergencies: 9 42463 Moody Man 17.47..............................D Edlin 10 48373 Jumpin’ Julia 17.66....................J McInerney 12 8.58pm THE ROCK 95.2FM C5 C5, 305m 1 23821 Rosemore Osti 17.23........................L Ahern 2 54312 Emma Marie 17.76....................... T Downey 3 11751 Kinetic Rio 17.79 K &.........................Phillips 4 52151 Flying Flynn 17.62.............................D Hunt 5 15333 Ima Spice 17.27................................L Ahern 6 26512 Donna Baxter 17.21...................J McInerney 7 11767 Little Blackspot 17.57.................D MacAuley 8 21514 Motherlee 17.39.....................K Sutch-Jones Emergencies: 9 37175 Cawbourne Tank 17.60..............J McInerney 10 53546 What A Peanut 18.01.................J McInerney

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Christchurch greyhound fields Christchurch Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Addington Raceway Meeting Date: 02 Nov 2012 NZ Meeting number: 9 Doubles: 1 and 2; 3 and 4; 5 and 6; 7 and 8; 9 and 10; 11 and 12 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9; 10, 11 and 12 1 12.08pm (NZT) FLAIR MAIDEN C0, 520m 1 75476 Opawa Jake nwtd L &......................... Wales 2 25F43 Opawa Sir nwtd L &............................ Wales 3 23426 Another Snazza nwtd.................J McInerney 4 8 Homebush Bedlam nwtd............J McInerney 5 Opawa Chance nwtd.................J McInerney 6 48525 Another Gunna nwtd..................J McInerney 7 83228 Harley Haka nwtd......................J McInerney 8 55334 Ohoka Taylor nwtd........................A Waretini 9 8 Uno Green nwtd L &........................... Wales 2 12.26pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 1 51358 Enflame 17.01............................J McInerney 2 11174 Ate Pizza nwtd F &.........................Turnwald 3 74378 Know Trust 17.23........................... G Cleeve 4 62343 Ripped Jeans nwtd........................... S Clark 5 34783 Waffler 17.38 C &.........................D Roberts 6 6878x Queen Mother nwtd M &....................Jopson 7 56852 Just A Mate (c4) 17.51..............J McInerney 8 73774 Crixus 17.45...............................R Blackburn 9 77376 Tepirita Rita (c4) 17.43................A Turnwald 10 75566 Fireman’s Salute(c4) 17.14............ G Cleeve 3 12.44pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 1 68735 Tricky Harry nwtd........................... J Holdem 2 22385 Grizz nwtd......................................... S Clark 3 33776 Wandy Hallee 17.29....................... G Cleeve 4 21131 Guru Goose nwtd F &.....................Turnwald 5 17414 Zebidiah 17.02 J &...........................D Fahey 6 87187 Another Breeze 17.27................J McInerney 7 41142 Roqette 17.31 C &........................D Roberts 8 73522 Anytime Will Do (c4) 17.48........J McInerney 9 48844 Red Carpet (c4) 17.29................... G Cleeve 10 77376 Tepirita Rita (c4) 17.43................A Turnwald

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1 13775 Ramrada 17.36 C &......................D Roberts 2 18422 Hot Mango 17.49 A &.........................Seque 3 11411 See To Believe 17.39.................J McInerney 4 78432 Know Mistake 17.09...................... G Cleeve 5 21711 Complicit nwtd F &..........................Turnwald 6 22231 Princely Dollar (c4) 17.46..........J McInerney 7 34115 Adini 17.16.................................... L Waretini 8 21587 Okuku Dreamer 17.52 C &................. Fagan Emergencies: 9 75566 Fireman’s Salute(c4) 17.14............ G Cleeve 10 56745 Dyna Brownlow (c4) nwtd C &......D Roberts 5 1.20pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 1 37x88 Persian Oil nwtd............................... M Grant 2 56141 Stiff 17.45 F &.................................Turnwald 3 87627 Fiery Flower (c4) 17.48..................... B Dann 4 1452x Know Attention 17.10..................... G Cleeve 5 16661 Memphis Hotcakes 17.38................. M Flipp 6 64638 Theokoles 17.51........................R Blackburn 7 11118 Rosca 17.27...............................J McInerney 8 52655 Homebush Sarge 17.41.............J McInerney 9 56745 Dyna Brownlow (c4) nwtd C &......D Roberts 10 75566 Fireman’s Salute(c4) 17.14............ G Cleeve 6 1.37pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 1 13132 Pretty Good 16.94 J &.....................D Fahey 2 85236 Cawbourne Dusty nwtd.................... M Grant 3 23214 Drysdale (c4) 17.30.............................A Lee 4 65732 Oscar Tuivasa 17.36..................R Blackburn 5 22223 Callahan 17.26............................. M Roberts 6 17266 Homebush Craig 17.29..............J McInerney 7 x7441 Wandy Geno 17.27........................ G Cleeve 8 18158 Pearl’s Boy (c4) 17.28.................... G Cleeve 9 77376 Tepirita Rita (c4) 17.43................A Turnwald 10 56745 Dyna Brownlow (c4) nwtd C &......D Roberts 7 1.55pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 1 45281 Know Rival 17.22........................... G Cleeve

2 58834 Wandy Boiler (c4) 17.33................ G Cleeve 2 17558 Ohoka Zoe 30.78.......................... L Waretini 3 13675 Ocotillo nwtd J &..............................D Fahey 3 37145 Judge To Excel 30.73 W &................. Nissen 4 12213 Nippa Mary 17.09......................J McInerney 4 65326 Botany Molly 30.79....................J McInerney 5 33556 Homebush Mayhem 17.38.........J McInerney 5 61847 Monty Dosh 30.75 L &........................ Wales 6 24572 Knock ‘Em 17.25 F &......................Turnwald 6 51234 Fireman’s Rocket 31.08................. G Cleeve 7 75837 Gazza’s Pride 17.24......................... M Flipp 7 12242 No UndiesDOWN Sundy 30.82.............J McInerney ACROSS 8 45481 Sosan 17.43 C &..........................D Roberts 8 56576 Another Star nwtd......................J McInerney 9 75566 Fireman’s Salute(c4) 17.14.1. ........... G Cleeve 9 (12) 72587 Mainland 30.16.......................... 1. Star Fondness (12) B Dann Steadfastness 10 77376 Tepirita Rita (c4) 17.43................A Turnwald 10 71786 Ultimate Spice nwtd H &......................Taylor 2. Before (3) 7. Big (5) 8 2.12pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 11 3.05pm NZ CUP & GALAXY SEMI’S NEXT WEDNESDAY 3. Snare (6) 8. Split (5) STAKES C1, 520m 1 21564 Excuse Please 17.35................... J McMillan 1 27436 Opawa4.Bart 30.78 L &........................ 2 52711 Finn McMissile 17.42.......................L Philips Aerodromes (9) Wales 9. Anger (3) 2 44372 Know Fun 30.62............................ L Waretini 3 11313 Clone Your Own 16.87.........................A Lee 5. Crave (5) 10. Abnormally thin (9) 3 12523 Jinja Jam 31.35 J &.........................D Fahey 4 21768 Know Escape 17.05....................... G Cleeve 11 Opawa6.Swede 30.53 L &..(12) .................. Wales 5 56231 Okuku Ollie 17.29........................... R Casey(6) 4 Oversight 11. Involve 5 16325 Kin Nikki 30.96.............................. L Waretini 6 553F2 Cheetah Woods 17.07...............J McInerney 7. Hail (5)nwtd..........J McInerney 12. Gratify (6) 6 41267 Homebush Chopper 7 18112 Ate Power (c4) nwtd F &.................Turnwald 7 42314 Indi’s10. Grace nwtd............................. M Grant 8 34512 Lotsa Style 17.46 H &..........................Taylor Being (9) 15. Tension (9) 8 73521 Take A Trick (c2) 30.64..................... M Flipp Emergencies: Place (3) Emregencies: 13. Enough (5) 9 56745 Dyna Brownlow (c4) nwtd 17. C &......D Roberts 9 36526 Law 14. To Excel 31.33 W(6) &.................... Nissen 10 26665 Wandy Chick (c4) 17.36................ G Cleeve Middle 18. Sea (5) 10 46835 Opawa Miata 31.20 L &...................... Wales 9 2.30pm SUPER PETS GALAXY HEAT C5q, 295m 16. Inexperienced (5) 19. Commerce (5) 12 3.23pm SPEIGHT’S STAKES C2, 520m 1 23144 Tiz Now nwtd F &...........................Turnwald 1 46311 Wandy G Cleeve 2 14234 Flying Jojo (c4) 17.10 C &............D Roberts (12) 20.Gaylene Idiot30.74................... (3) 21. Untenable 2 46635 Mixed Grill 30.51........................... L Waretini 3 145x7 Fireman’s Escort 17.28.................. G Cleeve 3 81775 Another Course nwtd.................J McInerney 4 65811 Another Gon 17.17....................J McInerney SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLE No 12,047 G Cleeve 4 25x64 Know Chaos 30.70........................ 5 31464 Homebush Helen 17.18.............J McInerney 5 27111 Botany Comet (c3) McInerney 6 16583 Wazza Freebie (c4) 17.30Across: H &............Taylor 4 Ghastly; 8 Murmur; 9 Noxious;30.73. 10 ..........J Recipe; 11 6 58717 Molly Parton 30.80............................ B Dann 7 6537x Real Clever 17.12............................. B Dann Inhale; 12 Uprising; 18 Construe; 20 Favour; 21 Shears; 7 24426 Opawa Midnight 30.75 L &................. Wales 8 11111 Dixie Lee 17.01..........................R Blackburn 22 Arrival; 23 Lodger; 24 Swagger. 8 33441 Big Token nwtd...........................J McInerney Emergencies: 9 48844 Red Carpet (c4) 17.29................... Down:G1Cleeve Amorous;Emergencies: 2 Procure; 3 Rumpus; 5 Hooligan; 6 76363 Thrilling Jonah nwtd......................... M Grant 10 26665 Wandy Chick (c4) 17.36................ G Cleeve Slight; 7 Loudly; 13 9 Increase; 14 Arraign; 15 Dessert; 16 10 2.47pm HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVE FAHEY STAKES 10 76683 Baby James 30.98.....................J McInerney Narrow; 17 Moving;LEGEND: 19 School. C2, 520m fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd 1 55888 Opawa Peekay 31.48 L &................... Wales First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track

ACROSS 1. Tacky (6) 4. Open (6) 9. Listless (13) 10. Refectory (7) 11. Confess (5) 12. Essential (5) 14. Intended (5) 18. Leading (5) 19. Charm (7) 21. Breaking up (13) 22. Exit (6) 23. Draw back (6)

DOWN 1. Comfort (6) 2. Thoughtless (13) 3. Rogue (5) 5. Pacify (7) 6. Paperwork (13) 7. Weaken (6) 8. Trip (5) 13. Stomach (7) 15. Lottery (6) 16. Mock attack (5) 17. Smell (6) 20. Creep (5)

SOLUTIONS TO PUZZLE No 12,048 Across: 1 Perseverance; 7 Great; 8 Riven; 9 Ire; 10 Emaciated; 11 Entail; 12 Please; 15 Tightness; 17 Put; 18 Ocean; 19 Trade; 21 Indefensible. Down: 1 Predilection; 2 Ere; 3 Entrap; 4 Airfields; 5 Covet; 6 Inadvertence; 7 Greet; 10 Existence; 13 Ample; 14 Centre; 16 Green; 20 Ass.

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Jackson in action at both ends of the court By Kris Shannon As the leader of the Breakers’ offence and one of their best at the defensive end, Cedric Jackson knows more than most about the shifting dynamic between the two. Ahead of tonight’s game against Sydney on the North Shore, this season has so far seen a departure from the Breakers’ free-scoring ways from recent years - their 3-1 record has been built not on blowing teams out but on shutting them down. They have scored 25 points fewer per game in their first three wins than at the same stage last season, but the 74 points they have averaged have been enough to triumph thanks to a miserly defence giving up only 65 points per game. Jackson, though, insists there has been no change in philosophy as the side search for a third straight championship.

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As the captain of the ship, he is confident the offence is set for some smoother sailing. “It’s all about rhythm,” Jackson said. “We want to just focus on the defensive end. We know we have a lot of weapons and the offence will take care of itself. “So that’s something that we don’t really focus on too much.” The point guard did concede, however, there has been a little more attention paid to that end of the court than in his first campaign with the club. That’s largely due to some ugly shooting numbers. “The free burgers given to the home crowd when the side cracks three figures seem but a distant memory, and the fans will stay hungry as long as the Breakers continue to shoot just 41 per cent from the field. Jackson has been something of an exception to that rule, with his improvements an evident benefit

from a summer spent working on his game in an attempt to make it back to the NBA. While his field goal percentage of 47 per cent is decent, the same number from beyond the arc leaves him in the league’s top five in three-point percentage. Jackson’s 15 points per game lead the Breakers, and it would by a considerably wider margin were it not for a woeful 38 per cent success rate from the free throw line. Coach Andrej Lemanis spoke of a slight change in technique sparking Jackson’s increased threat from deep, but the player said it was more a shift in mindset. “I wouldn’t say it’s too different,” he said of his shot. “Just a bit more emphasis on different aspects of the game. “Trying to be more aggressive, learning when to take the wide-open shot. “It was definitely a good, hardworking summer.”

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Kieran Read: Will be leading the All Blacks when Richie McCaw is rested

There was plenty of excitement among the All Blacks as they assembled in Auckland and prepared for their long flight to Edinburgh yesterday, but the other prevailing emotion was disappointment - 12 days on they are still annoyed at their draw against Australia. Kieran Read, who will captain the All Blacks for the first time when Richie McCaw is rested in either the first game against Scotland or next one against Italy in Rome, spoke of the feeling within the squad just before departure. It was significant that the 18-18 Bledisloe Cup draw in Brisbane remains a sore point for the All Blacks. It stopped their winning streak at 16 matches, and while it wasn’t a loss, it still feels like one, even now, and they are keen to make amends. “Speaking to a few guys today, they are pretty disappointed still from that performance,” said Read. “There is always a little bit of extra motivation [to perform well in Europe] but really we want to play our game and play positive footy and

Black Ferns Coach Brian Evans has named his 26-strong squad to travel to England for a threematch tour this month and the side will have a new captain as Victoria Grant has been ruled out with injury. Auckland police officer and 2011 New Zealand Rugby women’s player of the year Fiao’o Fa’amausili steps into the captaincy role for the tour.

In selecting his squad, Evans said that they had selected a good mix of experience and youthful talent. He has named five new caps in his squad for the tour which will again include playing their finale test match at Twickenham after the All Blacks versus England test on December 1. “We are very excited about the

prospect of playing England again. “We know they are always a formidable opposition especially at home. “While we have a few players who are new to the Black Ferns environment, we are very pleased that the women’s provincial competition and the sevens programme have provided good platforms for preparation. - APNZ

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hopefully we can showcase that.” Asked if coming so close to defeat could help the All Blacks in the long-term, Read disagreed. “I’m not too sure. You could pinpoint losses or draws where you learn the most. “But we certainly don’t want to be going down those tracks. You want to learn from your wins.” It might still hurt but there is no doubt it was a wake-up call. The All Blacks will be keen to restore their reputation among the famous stadiums of the north - Murrayfield, Olympic Stadium in Rome, Millennium Stadium in Cardiff and Twickenham. And the All Blacks are still in the running for another record - their longest unbeaten streak. Now on 17, if they sweep Scotland, Italy, Wales and England and then the three tests against France in New Zealand in June next year, they will overtake the current record of 23 games without loss set in 1987-90. The France challenge is something else altogether given the rivalry which has developed between the sides over the past decade or so, and won’t yet be on the All Blacks’ horizon.

Their major focus will be Scotland, who they play on November 12 (NZT). While defeat is unlikely against a country which has never beaten the All Blacks, Steve Hansen’s men will be keen to hit the ground running. An afternoon kick-off as the temperatures begin to cool in the northern autumn should assist in this and their goal to play an uptempo game. Asked how the All Blacks remained so dominant on northern tours - they haven’t lost since 2002, a defeat by England - while southern hemisphere rivals South Africa and Australia often trip up, Read said winning was enough motivation. “Preparation is pretty key to putting a performance in each Saturday. “It’s nice that we can hopefully show the people up north how to play the game of rugby and we want to play a really nice style so hopefully we can do that.” As for whether being captain would change the way he played, Read answered: “I hope not. It’s all about doing the business on the field and performing the best you can. “Being a leader or not, I try to do that every game.” - APNZ

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By Jonathan Leask The Frostbuster multisport race is still considered one of the best ways to spring into the multisport season, and it could be the only way this season. Tomorrow’s Frostbuster 12 is an excellent training and testing ground for the athletes preparing for the upcoming Coast to Coast but it also used to have the longer follow up race, The Big Day at the Office, later on the calendar. The Frostbuster is one of the Simon Hampton-organised multisport events, and was usually the lead up to race to the larger Big Day at the Office race later in the year, but Hampton cancelled the race this year stating it was getting “too big for one man to handle”. That leaves the Coast to Coast candidates without their annual gauge two months out from the competition. The Frostbuster multisport race is it for this season for the serious multisporters, but for the novices and wannabes there are shorter versions of the race. The multisport race starts off with an 8.5km run through Awa Awa Rata reserve and leads into a 32km cycle that leads to the RDR for a 9km paddle in the kayak. The duathlon cuts out the kayak leg but adds in a bonus 2km run instead, and this year the new addition is simply the 8.5km run. The registration is open tomorrow with the race getting underway at 10.30am.

In the end, it was an unsuccessful summer, with the Breakers the benefactors from Jackson’s inability to land an NBA contract. With the best league in the world resuming this week, Jackson said he had no longing for what might have been. “No, I don’t get the pangs. “I’m still happy here and this is my main focus.” The 26-year-old will undoubtedly have another crack at the NBA during the next off-season, and said he still maintains contact with friends around the league. “Some of the guys hit me up every now and then, checking up on me and seeing how I’m doing. “One of my good buddies checked up on my stats last game and hit me up about free throws and turnovers and stuff like that,” he said with a laugh. “A lot of them are point guards and say, ‘watch those turnovers’.”- APNZ

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Heart lacked pop where it counts hosting CCM. They didn’t often make box with any space in the face of a technical defence up field and went down to a brilliant free kick, albeit affected later by niggles to Fred (hamstring) and Macallister (back). WSW took the freedom of a new franchise to Suncorp and unencumbered by history at the venue they delivered too much ticker. You knew they had it in them and the considered way of coach Popovic is lifting individuals above their level. Heart went 4-5-5 on the road last season and you wouldn’t think they’ll get it easy out West. A standout first half from keeper Birighitti allowed Newcastle to the sheds 0-0 hosting Victory. Their marquee man Heskey stepped up in the second grabbing a brace in under three minutes. Their undeniable physical will again made up for some lack of polish and has them three straight (seven goals from them). Perth went down in Sydney without the luck and they probably should have had one from the spot (handball). These two are even the last 10 meetings, 4-4-2, but Glory are four straight that period in Perth and its ’05 since Newcastle won over there. Sydney managed a 2-1 hosting Perth last out. Coach Crook observed; ‘it’s a sign of a good side that wins when its not at its best’, but that old myth overlooks the elements that were in play; luck, rulings, home ad, and playing against 10, and he’ll have that mirror out again soon enough. CCM looked well prepped and planned visiting Heart. They absorbed some early pressure, and set about locking the host out of their own third. Although the Skyblues have drawn the last two here, CCM are unbeaten by them hosting the last three seasons, three wins from six. Hosting Phoenix the Reds got the rulings and the 3-1 probably flattered them opposing 10 much of the last quarter. They top the ladder but generally struggle here. Brisbane were unable to combat the close hassle of new franchise, WSW, and while coach Vidosic appeared dumfounded, you’d suspect they came assuming it. At 1-1-2 and seventh the ladder they’d be concerned to be held scoreless twice already. Still, they’ve had it over Adelaide for years at home. The latter drew the last at Suncorp but the meetings have gone for the host, three wins, three draws, the last three seasons. You’d forgive Phoenix’s loss at Hindmarsh where they were on the wrong end of a couple of rulings including a soft red to Sigmund on Neuman, albeit the former made the first move. If they’re going to do it away this season Melbourne is the place to start. The latter were comfortably held in the end in Newcastle, coach Postecoglou’s previous reference to determination better exercised by the Jets. They’re seven wins to two over Phoenix since the latter’s arrival including all three meetings last season, while Phoenix have never won in Melbourne against either team.

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By Adrian Warren Quade Cooper will have to wait to learn whether he is welcomed back into the Wallabies fold, but teammates are happy the five-eighth’s controversial comments have finally been dealt with. The playmaker was on Wednesday hit with two fines totalling $60,000 - $20,000 of which is suspended for two years - after being found guilty of two breaches of the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) code of conduct. An independent three-person conduct tribunal also handed him a three-game ban, also suspended for two years, following recent critical comments about the Wallabies’ setup in social and mainstream media. “It’s been dealt with, which is a good thing. We’ve got some clarity now,” said Wallabies openside flanker and recent captain David Pocock yesterday. “For the moment, it’s all just all about the spring tour.” Ruled out of the four-match European tour starting this weekend with a knee injury, Cooper won’t be available for Wallabies selection until the middle of next year. Asked if Cooper would be welcomed back into the Wallabies squad, Pocock said: “I think that comes down to the coaches and selections”. While some of Cooper’s comments

Quade Cooper: fined $60,000 cast doubt on his commitment to playing for Australia, he said on Wednesday he was hoping for a big 2013 with the Wallabies. The ARU had put contract negotiations with Cooper on hold until after the conduct tribunal hearing. Interim CEO Matt Carroll said the ARU would look at how to address Cooper’s contract situation. He has already re-signed with the Queensland Reds and is now expected to land another ARU deal. “I’m now confident of a timely decision regarding Quade’s ARU contract negotiations and look forward to having him back out on the field for the Reds in February,” Queensland Rugby Union chief executive Jim Carmichael said in a statement yesterday. - AAP

Brown to lead Scots Scotland coach Andy Robinson has named Kelly Brown as captain for the November Tests, starting against world champions New Zealand. Robinson confirmed Saracens flanker Brown will replace Edinburgh hooker Ross Ford as skipper when the All Blacks visit Edinburgh on November 11 as part of their end of year tour. It is the perfect way for the 30-year-old to mark his 50th cap for Scotland after he was in line for the

role earlier this year before a broken ankle forced him to miss the Six Nations and subsequent matches against Australia, Fiji and Samoa. Brown, who can play number eight or blindside flanker, will become Scotland’s fifth captain in two years and Robinson said: “Kelly Brown is an inspirational person. He has an aura, confidence and belief about him and a firm understanding of the game. It’s because of these qualities that he has been appointed Scotland captain.” - AFP

• Warriors sign Peyroux Gold Coast utility back Dominique Peyroux yesterday became the fourth new player signed by the Warriors for next season. The 23-year-old Aucklander arrives home on Sunday ready to join new Warriors head coach Matthew Elliott and the NRL players for the first day of offseason training the following day. Peyroux’s signing of a twoyear contract follows the earlier acquisitions of Thomas Leuluai from Wigan and Melbourne’s premiership-winning duo Todd Lowrie and Dane Nielsen. Able to play in the centres, on the wing and at fullback, Peyroux said he was thrilled about returning to Auckland in his quest to establish himself at NRL level after 16 games for the Titans in the 2011 and 2012 seasons.- APNZ

• Counties keep Tana Tana Umaga has re-signed as the head coach of CountiesManukau for the next two years. Umaga, who led the Steelers to an ITM Cup championship title last weekend, said he was looking to continue the good work he has started in Pukekohe. Counties chief executive Andrew Maddock said “We are delighted that Tana has chosen to remain with Counties-Manukau. He is well respected and possesses a special ability to build relationships with players and get the best out of them.” Umaga said he had enjoyed his last three years at the province. “It is important for me to foster home grown talent within the region, create a good team culture and a positive environment for our players to - APNZ grow,” he said.

• Hendry eyes history New Zealand professional Michael Hendry has a chance to claim a special piece of history when he tees it up at Clearwater for the New Zealand Open later this month. The 33-year-old, who won the inaugural New Zealand PGA Pro-Am Championship in March for his biggest victory on home soil, will look to become the first golfer for more than five decades to win the New Zealand PGA-New Zealand Open in the same year. Australian legend Kel Nagle was the last golfer to complete that feat when he did the double in 1957 and 1958. Hendry, who recently finished fourth in the Perth International at the cosanctioned European Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia event, is excited about the prospect of that milestone. “That would be a special achievement if I can pull it off as no one has done that in - APNZ a long time.”

• Boock new president Long-serving New Zealand Cricket board member and former test player Stephen Boock was named yesterday as the new president of New Zealand Cricket. His appointment was confirmed at the governing body’s 118th annual meeting in Wellington yesterday. He succeeds Denis Currie who served the maximum three one-year terms. Boock was on the board of New Zealand Cricket from 2002-2011 after concluding a 17-year first-class playing career that included 164 matches. The left-arm spinner also played 30 tests and 14 one-day internationals for New Zealand between 1978 and 1990. He has been heavily involved with an number of non-profit organisations, having been president of Otago Special Olympics, chairman of Otago Life Education Trust, and patron of Otago Special Olympics.  - APNZ


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3.40

$14,999, 2 to 7 wins discretionary hcp pace, 2700m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Arancia fr (1) Owen Lawrence (Invercargill) A Armour Rongahere fr (2) Paul Andrews (Invercargill) G thomas Chokullen fr (3) Brent Shirley (Invercargill) B Shirley Bettor’s Brigadier 10 (1) Doug McLachlan (Myross Bush) t Williams Ultimate Player 10 (2) Murray Swain (Roslyn Bush) D Dunn Princess Delight 10 (3) Alan Paisley (Longbush) C Barron Fair Dinkum Bromac 10 (4) John Hay (Ashburton) M Hay Lord Forbes 10 (5) Gavin Forbes (Invercargill) N Williamson Ted West 10 (6) Ray Faithful & Tracee Sherborne (Ascot Park) M Williamson (J) 10 88130 Christian Ruler 20 (1) Hamish Hunter (Ryal Bush) S Walkinshaw 11 2112x Better To Be Bad 20 (u1) Steven Ashton (Portobello) J W Cox 0835x x895x 3x463 41D60 21249 44x36 9x710 68936 111x1

8

neville CleaveR fishing hCp tROt 4.15 $8000, 1 or more wins discretionary, 2700m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

44x35 78x80 09913 00x61 87x67 17803 22891 8x106 13212

Makarewa Lil fr (1) Clark Barron (Rakauhauka) Sergeant Don fr (u1) Doug McLachlan (Myross Bush) Anothersuperstar 10 (1) Alan Shaw (Tapanui) Jenny’s Rubee 10 (u1) Tim White (Winton) The Real McGuire 30 (1) John Hay (Ashburton) Mum Beat Lyall 30 (u1) Martin Denton (Mosgiel) Sunnivue Ted 50 (1) Steven Ashton (Portobello) Larix 50 (u1) Gay McClymont (Whiterig) The Fiery Ginga 60 (1) Alan Clark (Mosgiel)

9

C Barron B Morris A Beck t White M Hay D Dunn J W Cox N Williamson A Clark

lOCatiOns paCe 5045x Machnificent fr (1) Ian Jamieson (Winton) 3 Rowchester fr (2) Brent Shirley (Invercargill) John Paul Jones fr (3) Kirk Larsen (Branxholme) 0x486 Ardlussa Eliza fr (4) Judy Dillon (Ardlussa) 64230 Expressionist fr (5) G & J Knight (Roxburgh) 86x88 Outram Reactor fr (6) G & J Knight (Roxburgh) 208 Hold All Tickets fr (7) Peter Hunter (Ryal Bush) 0 Falcons Riches fr (8) John Hay (Ashburton) 076x7 Live Ripple fr (9) Greg Hunter (Wyndham)

10

A Beck D Dunn K Larsen J W Cox M Williamson (J) N Williamson P Hunter M Hay B McLellan

panspaCifiCflight @ MaCCa paCe

5.25

$4000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

699 0x 867 67477 0 069x8 50x07 4x363

Clifton Venture fr (1) Anderson/Hoffman (Westwood Beach) J W Cox Extra Pocket fr (2) Brent McIntyre (Riversdale) D Dunn Buck Stops Here fr (3) Des Baynes (Winton) B McLellan Extreme Times fr (4) Alan Paisley (Longbush) C Barron Reg Jones fr (5) Maurice Kerr (Gore) B Williamson (J) Ruby’s Bad Boy fr (6) Tom Kilkelly (Tisbury) K Barclay De Bon Vouloir fr (7) G & J Knight (Roxburgh) M Williamson (J) Jack Bates fr (8) Tom Kilkelly (Tisbury) A Armour Chincheros fr (9) Alex Milne (Edendale) A Milne Knapdale Lady fr (10) Baynes/Swain (Knapdale) R Swain

Australian races Flemington Jetbet 3

sAturdAy

TAB doubles 1-2, 5-6, 8-9. Trebles 3-4-5, 7-8-9. Quaddie 6-7-8-9.

Fine/Good (3)/Out 3m.

inglis CaRBine ClUB stakes

1.20

$250,000, 3yo Group 3 SW+P, 1600m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

3s310 48515 3s231 5s141 71134 2s552 11s77

2

2.00

lexUs stakes $250,000, Quality Group 3, 2500m

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

13271 04841 82605 11412 42s77 51182 s5392 12337 08135 4s920 06550 1s637 95266

3

Tatra bh (8) 56 Peter Snowden (Flemington) Pronto Pronto tw (4) 56 Jason Warren (Mornington) Proverb wh (1) 56 Peter Snowden (Flemington) Al Aneed (7) 56 M G Price (Caulfield) Lunar Rise h (9) 55 J B Cummings (Flemington) Crystal Web wh (6) 55 M Ellerton & S Zahra (Flemington) Steep twh (5) 55 John Thompson (Flemington)

K Mc evoy B Melham S Arnold G Boss J Bowman C Williams M zahra

Gatewood w (3) 58 J H Gosden (Newmarket (Gb) G Boss Tanby cd (13) 58 Robert Hickmott (Mt. Macedon) J Bowman Permit w (11) 57.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) C Brown Kelinni d (9) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) N Rawiller Ibicenco (2) 56.5 L M Cumani (Newmarket (Gb) K Mc evoy Excluded tw (12) 55.5 Robert Hickmott (Mt. Macedon) C Williams Reuben Percival wh (5) 55.5 Ms G Waterhouse (Flemington) v Duric Exceptionally tw (4) 55 T & K O’Sullivan (Stawell) D Yendall Dame Claire twn (6) 55 P G Carey (Mornington) P Mertens Fictional Account (1) 55 D A Hayes (Euroa) M zahra Sabrage wh (7) 55 M D Moroney (Flemington) D Oliver Dare To Dream wbh (10) 55 J B Cummings (Flemington) J Mc Donald Peal Of Bells w (8) 55 Ms G Markwell (Kembla Grange) J Cassidy

WakefUl stakes

2.40

$300,000, 3yo Fillies Group 2 SW+P, 2000m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

31432 s3440 8s907 6153 23113 25232 58611 11608 75217 150 9s615 0s619

4

Dear Demi w (7) 56.5 C E Conners (Geelong) Mama’s Choice h (9) 55 D A Hayes (Flemington) Donna Cattiva h (6) 55 D T O’Brien (Flemington) Zydeco (10) 54 Anthony Freedman (Mornington) Transonic h (12) 54 John Thompson (Flemington) Maraatib bh (3) 54 D A Hayes (Flemington) Tyanna (4) 54 R D Griffiths (Cranbourne) Kate w (8) 54 W P Hillis (Matamata (Nz) Madam Archer (1) 54 R D Griffiths (Cranbourne) La Zuma wh (2) 54 M D Moroney (Flemington) Zuccotto (5) 54 G H Walter (Goulburn) Ten Black (11) 54 M P Hyland (Cranbourne)

J Cassidy D Oliver B Melham K Mc evoy M zahra M Walker M Rodd J Mc Donald R Maloney C Brown J Bowman L Nolen

COOlMORe stUd stakes

3.20

$500,000, 3yo Group 1 SW, 1200m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

111s4 8s121 11s2 237s5 113 5s395 54615 23s22 s1111 4s112 1s16

5

Sizzling dw (5) 56.5 K C Wood (Eagle Farm) Hidden Warrior d (8) 56.5 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) Fire Thunderbolt t (1) 56.5 P Stokes (Morphettville) Shelford b (7) 56.5 J A O’Shea (Randwick) Lankan Rupee (4) 56.5 M G Price (Caulfield) Shamexpress ch (11) 56.5 D T O’Brien (Flemington) Stars In The Sky n (10) 56.5 L J Corstens (Kyneton) Knight Exemplar (6) 56.5 J A O’Shea (Randwick) Snitzerland cdn (9) 54.5 G A Ryan (Caulfield) Jolie Bay dh (2) 54.5 M, W & J Hawkes (Flemington) Nechita dbh (3) 54.5 John Thompson (Flemington)

C Munce N Hall C Williams J Mc Donald C Newitt D Oliver L Nolen N Rawiller C Brown M Rodd C Reith

lOngines MaCkinnOn stakes

4.15

$1,000,000, 3yo & up Group 1 WFA, 2000m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

3s999 7s490 89722 s8330 23s04 01704 s1111 s9706

6

Winchester dh (3) 59 J D Sadler (Flemington) Glass Harmonium cdh (2) 59 M D Moroney (Flemington) Alcopop dwn (5) 59 Jake Stephens (Victor Harbor) December Draw tcdh (1) 59 M A Kavanagh (Flemington) Prairie Star wh (8) 59 D T O’Brien (Flemington) Back In Black dw (7) 59 J J Steffert (Te Aroha (Nz) Ocean Park d (4) 58.5 G T Hennessy (Matamata (Nz) Zabeelionaire d (6) 58.5 L J Corstens (Kyneton)

J Mott D Oliver C Williams M Rodd B Melham M Walker G Boss C Newitt

aaMi viCtORia deRBy

5.00

$1,500,000, 3yo Group 1 SW, 2500m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

11112 11337 s3232 s1421 21121 65511 12653 8213 s1294 13394 422 23206 144 s2535 16270 613

7

It’s A Dundeel b (10) 55.5 M P Baker (Cambridge (Nz) J Jimando t (6) 55.5 Tony McEvoy (Angaston) Honorius (2) 55.5 David Payne (Rosehill) Super Cool h (11) 55.5 M A Kavanagh (Flemington) Hvasstan (9) 55.5 Peter Gelagotis (Moe) Fiveandahalfstar (5) 55.5 A J Cummings (Randwick) Escado wb (12) 55.5 M W Laurie (Mornington) Electric Fusion n (7) 55.5 R W Smerdon (Caulfield) Subiaso (8) 55.5 R E Laing (Cranbourne) Bullion Express (16) 55.5 D Binaisse (Mornington) Malabar Man (15) 55.5 M C Kent (Cranbourne) Costa Nova h (14) 55.5 M Ellerton & S Zahra (Flemington) Our Desert Warrior h (13) 55.5 Ms G Waterhouse (Flemington) Nisos (3) 55.5 Paul Rocke (Mornington) Rawnaq h (4) 55.5 D A Hayes (Flemington) Batistuta (1) 55.5 A R Coffey (Swan Hill)

MyeR ClassiC

Mc Donald M Neilson C Brown M Rodd G Boss D Oliver B Melham N Hall S Arnold v Duric C Williams J Bowman N Rawiller W egan M Walker D Yendall

5.45

$500,000, 3yo & up F&M Group 1 WFA, 1600m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1s361 22350 06783 14s13 2s234 11s72 81s40 10s07 42s99 s7012 0s495 41s37 4s160

8

Streama dw (9) 57 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) Secret Admirer d (2) 57 G M Begg (Randwick) yosei dw (1) 57 S J Webb (Caulfield) Red Tracer wn (6) 57 C J Waller (Rosehill) Skyerush dw (10) 57 G H Walter (Goulburn) Pear Tart wh (8) 57 John Thompson (Flemington) Raspberries tdwhn (7) 57 Peter Snowden (Flemington) Invest (4) 57 Heath Conners (Geelong) Shannara h (3) 57 Peter Snowden (Flemington) Oasis Bloom td (5) 57 P Morgan & C Widdison (Whittlesea) Soft Sand w (12) 57 C W Little (Caulfield) Appearance dwn (13) 57 G H Walter (Warwick Farm) Full Of Spirit dw (11) 57 R A James (Cambridge (Nz)

yellOWglen stakes

J Bowman J Mc Donald G Boss C Brown B Shinn C Reith K Mc evoy P Mertens J Winks D Oliver C Williams M Rodd S Arnold

6.30

18s14 12142 16s14 09113 6s243 111s1 1316s 41s05 s2213 5420s 7s223 5222s 2106s

9

Tiger Tees dw (6) 58.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) Golden Archer tdwn (7) 58 P G Moody (Caulfield) Pampelonne dw (8) 58 T R Martin (Rosehill) Rolling Pin dw (9) 58 Ms G Markwell (Kembla Grange) Spirit Of Boom dw (11) 57.5 T J Gollan (Eagle Farm) Howmuchdoyouloveme dw (5) 57 C Karakatsanis (Rosehill) Outlandish Lad tdwn (13) 57 D W O’Leary (Normanville) Curtana cdw (12) 55.5 P G Moody (Caulfield) Miss Marx dbn (2) 54 David Vandyke (Warwick Farm) Chasm td (4) 54 B J McCarthy (Caulfield) Latin News dw (1) 54 B J Dais (Eagle Farm) Bolton tdbh (10) 54 S V Brown (Flemington) Fontelina d (3) 54 A J Cummings (Randwick)

taB.COM.aU stakes

C Reith L Nolen J Bowman C Brown N Rawiller B Avdulla G Boss K Mc evoy B Shinn N Hall C Williams S Hillebrand v Duric

7.10

$250,000, Group 3, 1400m 060s7 19s87 62813 41s11 142s1 39861 36232 79s23 24634 3s848

Wall Street tdwh (3) 59 M D Moroney (Flemington) J Mc Donald Mid Summer Music dw (5) 58 P G Moody (Caulfield) L Nolen Bold Glance dw (4) 57 N L Hilton (Toowoomba) C Munce Fawkner tcwn (8) 55.5 Robert Hickmott (Mt. Macedon) N Hall Free Wheeling dh (7) 54.5 Peter Snowden (Flemington) K Mc evoy Instinction cd (6) 54 M G Price (Caulfield) G Boss Dusty Star cdw (10) 54 P Morgan & C Widdison (Whittlesea) D Gauci McClintock dw (9) 54 Mark De Montfort (Warwick Farm) Ms L Wray Morant dw (1) 54 D J Williams (Cranbourne) C Williams Renewed Vitality wh (2) 54 John Thompson (Flemington) C Reith

Flemington Selections Race 1: AL ANEED, PROveRB, LuNAR RISe Race 2: GATEWOOD, exCLuDeD, exCePtIONALLY Race 3: ZyDECO, DeAR DeMI, MAMA'S CHOICe Race 4: SNITZERLAND, SIzzLING, NeCHItA Race 5: OCEAN PARK, ALCOPOP, WINCHeSteR Race 6: IT'S A DUNDEEL, HvASStAN, SuPeR COOL Race 7: STREAMA, SeCRet ADMIReR, PeAR tARt Race 8: GOLDEN ARCHER, HOWMuCHDOYOuLOveMe, tIGeR teeS Race 9: WALL STREET, FAWKNeR, FRee WHeeLING

' ARDIAN 'U 'UARDIAN DI N

rosehill Jetbet 5

sAturdAy

TAB doubles 1-2, 4-5, 7-8. Trebles 2-3-4, 6-7-8. Quaddie 5-6-7-8.

Weather/track/rail

42/44).'

Overcast/Dead (4)/True.

1

CfMeU Mining & eneRgy

2.20

$85,000, 3yo Benchmark 75, 1200m 1 47s11 Catkins dh (5) 59 C J Waller (Rosehill) 2 4516s Raise The Level cw (6) 55.5 Rod Craig (Warwick Farm) 3 1s Sessions (4) 55.5 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) 4 730s0 Ferment (2) 55 John Thompson (Hawkesbury) 5 21 Laughing h (3) 54 G A Ryan (Rosehill) 6 — Ludus Magnus

2

Ms A Collett (a2) B Spriggs (a1.5) P Robl N Berry A Allen (a2) SCRATCHED

lidORan gROUp plate

3.00

$85,000, 2yo SW+P, 1100m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

0 Crotchet b (8) 56 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) 7 Flying Charger (4) 56 N E Layt (Queanbeyan) A Money Trail (6) 56 G Portelli (Warwick Farm) Criterion h (1) 56 David Payne (Rosehill) Stiff Thunder h (3) 56 David Payne (Rosehill) 1 Sweet Idea (2) 55.5 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) 52 Velocity Miss (7) 54 Brett Thompson (Mudgee) Shebrings Diamonds (5) 54 Angela Davies (Gosford)

3

P Robl Ms A Collett (a2) A Allen (a2) G Schofield J Collett N Berry Ms K O’Hara J Ford

Bpg 50th anniveRsaRy

3.45

$85,000, 3yo & up F&M Benchmark 80, 1200m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

18910 1723s 370s2 7s747 364s5 266s2 334s7 5829s 90253 5717s

4

Debelle dw (4) 59.5 C E Conners (Warwick Farm) Bound To Blush d (8) 59 J A O’Shea (Randwick) Sugera db (9) 58 Luke Griffith (Scone) Ingham Magic cdwh (6) 57.5 C J Waller (Rosehill) Trilione dw (7) 57.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) Miss Spoken (5) 56 G Portelli (Warwick Farm) Shamardani (10) 56 G D Hickman (Warwick Farm) Triple Six w (3) 55 David Pfieffer (Warwick Farm) Crystal Miss dw (1) 54 Rod Craig (Warwick Farm) Magnolia Lane w (2) 54 M C Conners (Warwick Farm)

A Allen (a2) L Grace (a3) S Clipperton (a2) J Collett G Schofield Ms K O’Hara Ms A Collett (a2) P Robl N Berry B Spriggs (a1.5)

aMWU handiCap

4.35

$85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 78, 1800m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

95496 230s1 51s45 190s2 157s7 15402 9s633 56693 s0s14 s1331 05124 s5471

5

Levi’s Choice w (3) 58.5 John Thompson (Randwick) N Berry Lucripetous wh (2) 58 C J Waller (Rosehill) J Collett The Great Snowman w (11) 58 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) G Schofield Angelus dn (10) 57 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) J Parr Tenby Lady (8) 57 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) Ms K O’Hara Loaded (1) 56 Grant Allard (Gosford) S Clipperton (a2) Scream Machine t (6) 56 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) B Spriggs (a1.5) Honourable Aussie dwn (9) 55.5 John Thompson (Randwick) A Allen (a2) Pipette wh (7) 55 C J Waller (Rosehill) Ms A Collett (a2) Drinks All Round cw (4) 54 J A O’Shea (Randwick) P Robl Albana (5) 54 T J Robinson (Shoalhaven Heads) Too Hi Tek w (12) 54 R J Price (Nowra) J Ford

BRadfORd sOlaR handiCap

5.20

$85,000, 3yo & up, 1100m 1 2 3 4 5 6

News Alert dwn (8) 59.5 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) Stratana t (7) 56 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) Ms A Collett (a2) Welkom Gold tcdw (4) 56 D P Smith (Broadmeadow) Ms K O’Hara Uate (6) 54.5 K A Lees (Broadmeadow) J Collett Falzzon tdw (9) 54 Joseph Pride (Warwick Farm) G Schofield Delabombell db (1) 54 Ms B Joseph & P A Jones (Canberra) Ms K Nisbet (a3) 7 6s176 Didntcostalot dw (5) 54 M C Conners (Warwick Farm) P Robl 8 s2112 Magita db (3) 54 G M Begg (Randwick) A Allen (a2) 9 41260 Drop Of Magic dw (2) 54 M F Van Gestel (Hawkesbury) B Spriggs (a1.5)

6

067s0 s422s 37258 09s74 817s5 139s3

BlaCktOWn WORkeRs ClUB gROUp 6.05 $85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 85, 1500m

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

6260s 9s713 s2096 98s07 s2521 7s308 11s22 00s62 8389s — 029s3

7

Scouting Wide th (7) 62 T R Martin (Rosehill) Y Ichikawa (a3) Merlin Mustang tw (4) 59 M P Tubman (Kembla Grange) S Clipperton (a2) Murray’s Sun w (1) 57.5 Ms B Jones (Dubbo) Ms K O’Hara Jimmy Fortunes cw (9) 57 M J Clout (Wyong) J Parr Keith’s Legacy cw (2) 57 David Vandyke (Warwick Farm) J Ford She Goes To Rio w (3) 57 A J Cummings (Randwick) P Robl Under The Sun cb (6) 57 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) N Berry Circle Of Power cw (10) 55.5 Rod Craig (Warwick Farm) B Spriggs (a1.5) Two For Tea w (5) 55.5 Ms G Waterhouse (Randwick) G Schofield SCRATCHED San Zaim Mr Edison tw (8) 54 J B Cummings (Randwick) J Collett

vinCents fORensiCs aCCOUnting

6.50

$85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 78, 1350m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

118s0 1847s 55064 455s1 148s2 6160s 68229 51474 11s56 s721s 24540

8

Classics tw (9) 59 Peter Snowden (Warwick Farm) J Parr Marden th (6) 59 C J Waller (Rosehill) J Collett Bay Window tw (3) 58.5 Ms G Markwell (Kembla Grange) L Grace (a3) Whisperossa (1) 58.5 D P Smith (Broadmeadow) G Schofield Privately wb (11) 57.5 P G Moody (Caulfield) P Robl San Zaim tw (7) 57.5 T J Bartley (Wyong) Ms A Collett (a2) Lotseventy dwn (5) 57 Luke Griffith (Scone) N Berry Guderian tn (8) 56.5 P M Perry (Broadmeadow) A Allen (a2) Secluded (2) 54 Paul Messara (Scone) S Clipperton (a2) Core Purpose h (4) 54 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill) J Ford Sensational Moment w (10) 54 Sam Pignataro (Nowra)

tURneR fReeMan handiCap

7.30

$85,000, 3yo & up Benchmark 75, 1100m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

5000s s1213 1s18s 00s38 58903 13222 4s227 3306s 461s1 s1160 s1228 0s214

Mighty Obvious cw (2) 59.5 J C McNair (Gosford) Elusive Lad (7) 58.5 T J Robinson (Shoalhaven Heads) Mecir dh (3) 58.5 M, W & J Hawkes (Rosehill) Gaze In Awe dw (12) 57 Rod Craig (Warwick Farm) Lady La Douce dw (1) 57 T P Croft (Hawkesbury) Esprit Lad dw (9) 56 R J Jackson (Walgett) Quick Peek d (8) 56 A J Cummings (Randwick) Skip Town whn (5) 55.5 T R Martin (Rosehill) Masterstroke (10) 55 J C Coyle (Warwick Farm) Cradle Me d (11) 54.5 David Pfieffer (Warwick Farm) Booked Out wb (4) 54 A J Cummings (Randwick) Eminent Domain w (6) 54 D A Williams (Goulburn)

Rosehill Selections Race 1: SESSIONS, LAuGHING, CAtKINS Race 2: CRITERION, SWeet IDeA, CROtCHet Race 3: BOUND TO BLUSH, tRIPLe SIx, INGHAM MAGIC Race 4: LUCRIPETOUS, tHe GReAt SNOWMAN, ANGeLuS Race 5: UATE, DIDNtCOStALOt, StRAtANA Race 6: KEITH'S LEGACy, SHe GOeS tO RIO, uNDeR tHe SuN Race 7: WHISPEROSSA, SeCLuDeD, CLASSICS Race 8: LADy LA DOUCE, MeCIR, MIGHtY OBvIOuS

G Schofield Ms A Collett (a2) R Quinn B Spriggs (a1.5) D Pisani (a3) L Grace (a3) Ms K Nisbet (a3) Y Ichikawa (a3) J Collett S Clipperton (a2) P Robl N Berry

19

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Australian races

$300,000, Group 2, 1200m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Weather/track/rail 1

J Mott L Nolen C Reith

4.50

$6000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

8 4s213 Union Gap (10) 55 Anthony Freedman (Mornington) 9 68048 Right To Roam (2) 55 P G Carey (Mornington) 10 99083 Real Stolle th (3) 54.5 John Thompson (Flemington)

ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Friday, November 2, 2012

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Tauranga races

The Tauranga Racecourse JeTbeT 3

fRiday

TAB doubles 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9. Quaddie 6-7-8-9.

Fine/Good (3)/Out 10m.

gear Changes Approved Plates on: Mrs Neat (R7) Standard Bit off: Jersey Girl (R1); Jersey Girl (R3) Lugging Bit on: Jersey Girl (R1); Jersey Girl (R3); Wainui Prince (R6); Mrs Neat (R7) Norton Bit off: Wainui Prince (R6) Blinkers on: Pins Gift, Jersey Girl, Catwomandu (R1); Fats (R2); Catwomandu, Jersey Girl, This Girls Ready, One Last Kiss (R3); Wainui Prince (R6); Macaron, Khaleesi, Siciliani, Superefficient (R9) Blinkers off: Sedgwick (R2); Sedgwick (R3); Tinker Rose (R4); Prince Of Thrace (R6); Amadeo (R7) Pacifiers off: Schrodingers Cat (R1) Side Winkers on: Schrodingers Cat (R1) Side Winkers off: High Roller (R7); Superefficient (R9) Ear Covers on: Amadeo (R7) Nose Band off: Amadeo, Best Command (R7) Shadow Roll on: Sarteagwen (R3) Tongue Tie on: Hidden Knight (R1); Macaron (R9) Tongue Tie off: Sedgwick (R2); Sedgwick (R3)

Will & Bridget On ClassiC Hits 12.53 $7000, mdn, 1200m

1 34502 Summer’s Boy (4) 58.5 Regan Donnison (Matamata) O Bosson 2 8x72x Snippechee (7) 58.5 Michael Farmer (Te Aroha) T Thornton 3 2784 Schrodingers Cat (6) 58.5 Stephen Autridge (Matamata) M D Plessis 4 438x Twelve Kingdoms (8) 58.5 John Sargent (Matamata) V Colgan 5 — Hidden Knight SCRATCHED 6 6 Pins Gift (2) 58.5 Pike/Donoghue (Cambridge) L Innes 7 Johnny Bravo h (5) 58.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) M Coleman 8 x0707 Kenny Kool Kat (12) 58.5 Bill Pomare (Rotorua) S Shirahama (a2) 9 70 Lord Petrus (1) 58.5 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) D Johnson 10 6x35 Question (11) 56.5 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) J Waddell 11 0x89x Posh Tiger (10) 56.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata) M Cameron 12 Vendemiaire (9) 56.5 Ramsay/Ritchie (Maungatautari) J Riddell EMERGENCIES 13 — Sonata SCRATCHED 14 06x6 Jersey Girl (3) 55 V & W Hillis (Matamata) C Grylls 15 — Gemini SCRATCHED 16 — Catwomandu SCRATCHED

2

Hills Haden Valuers tauranga

1.28

$8000, mdn 3yo, 1200m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

— Captain Oblivious 5 Big Iron (2) 57.5 T & M Carter (Cambridge) Smart Ball (7) 57.5 Pike/Donoghue (Cambridge) 0x Assassin (4) 57.5 David Duley (Matamata) Bowen Boy (9) 57.5 Chris McNab (Cambridge) 0x Fats (6) 57.5 John Sargent (Matamata) The Man Bag (8) 57.5 Lisa O’Shea (Cambridge) 2x Gemini (3) 55.5 Jason Bridgman (Matamata) 4 Rio Rose (5) 55.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata) 9x Sedgwick (1) 55.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata)

3

SCRATCHED N Harris L Innes M D Plessis M McNab (a1) S Doyle M Sweeney M Cameron M Coleman C Grylls

Peter James memOrial

2.03

$7000, mdn 3yof, 1200m 1 2 Biddable (5) 56.5 Ramsay/Ritchie (Maungatautari) 2 4x5 Sarteagwen (8) 56.5 Lauren Brennan (Cambridge) 3 Costume (7) 56.5 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) 4 Kashmir (12) 56.5 Roger James (Cambridge) 5 Satanico (9) 56.5 Margaret Falconer (Cambridge) 6 Sea Major h (3) 56.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) 7 Sonata (1) 56.5 Ross McCarroll (Cambridge) 8 — Catwomandu 9 — Jersey Girl 10 50x7 This Girls Ready (11) 56.5 Pike/Donoghue (Cambridge) 11 0 One Last Kiss h (2) 56.5 Brian McKeagg (Tauranga) 12 — Reine Rouge EMERGENCIES 13 — Rio Rose 14 — Sedgwick

4

J Riddell J Waddell R Hutchings (a) V Colgan M Coleman M D Plessis O Bosson SCRATCHED SCRATCHED A Calder A Forbes (a1) SCRATCHED

lanexCO

SCRATCHED SCRATCHED

2.38

$7000, mdn, 2100m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

5

x2840 05633 86032 03 04646 25544 x6398 75x36 66453 03506

Armadio Estrada (5) 58.5 V & W Hillis (Matamata) S Shirahama (a2) Logan (1) 58.5 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu) M D Plessis Verdasco (7) 58.5 Graeme Hughes (Te Rapa) S Collett Montes (8) 57 Roger James (Cambridge) V Colgan Red Leader (10) 57 Fursdon/Sliz (Matamata) A Forbes (a1) Scarlet Chaparral bh (9) 56.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) M Sweeney Lady Marilyn h (6) 56.5 Nigel Mortimer (Tauranga) J Waddell Colombian Praise h (4) 56.5 Nigel Mortimer (Tauranga) L Innes Lady Lindauer (2) 56.5 Steve Tyler (Te Puke) D Johnson Tinker Rose (3) 56.5 Chris McNab (Cambridge) T Thornton

PaCe PrOJeCt management tga

3.13

$12,000, rating 65 benchmark f&m*, 1600m 1 2x21 Diademe d (8) 59 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) 2 43681 Ballypiper d (7) 58.5 Peter Brosnan (Matamata) 3 410x7 Classcoroc d (3) 58 Graeme Hughes (Te Rapa)

Tauranga Selections Race 1: SUMMER’S BOY, SNIPPeCHee, QUeSTION Race 2: BIG IRON, GeMINI, SMART BALL Race 3: BIDDABLE, SONATA, COSTUMe Race 4: MONTES, LOGAN, LADy MARILyN Race 5: DIADEME, NAVy BeACH, CLASSCOROC Race 6: HAYLEYS COMET, ALVeSTA, DARCI’S GOLD Race 7: BEST COMMAND, POPPAS DeLIGHT, CHeVReMONT Race 8: OCEAN BOUND, LOST WORLD, SWeeT RITA Race 9: GARDEz LA FOI, KAKAHU NeLL, NINeTeeN FORTy

34x60 471x9 28326 42556 86160 65x00

6

Manaia Rose h (9) 58 Jim Pender (Tauranga) Navy Beach d (6) 58 Ramsay/Ritchie (Maungatautari) Margarita Time (5) 57.5 Chris Wood (Cambridge) Unbeknown (1) 57.5 Lisa Anderson (Te Aroha) Diamond Lindauer d (2) 57 Steve Tyler (Te Puke) Hihopes h (4) 54 Murray McKeagg (Tauranga)

M Coleman L Innes M D Plessis A Calder D Johnson R Hutchings (a)

QuinOViC PrOPerty managers

3.48

$7000, rating 65 benchmark*, 1200m

Weather/Track/Rail

1

4 5 6 7 8 9

'2%9(/5.$3

O Bosson M Cameron J Waddell

1 6356x Alvesta m (2) 59 P & J McKay (Matamata) 2 0276x Towkay Warrior (9) 58.5 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) 3 1732x Darci’s Gold b (12) 58 Jason Bridgman (Matamata) 4 — Guacamole Kid 5 3180x Matimba dh (7) 58 Peter Darvill (Tauranga) 6 7x19 Prince Of Thrace d (4) 58 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu) 7 12575 Hayleys Comet dm (6) 57.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata) 8 x0x38 Wainui Prince tdmh (5) 57.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) 9 43804 Springloaded d (1) 56.5 Don Letcher (Te Aroha) 10 86620 Dreams Unwind d (11) 55 Bill Pomare (Rotorua) 11 3060x Sharp ‘N’ Fast d (10) 54.5 Mark Brosnan (Matamata) 12 — Our Eejay EMERGENCY 13 — Kenny Kool Kat

7

V Colgan D Hain M Cameron SCRATCHED M Coleman M D Plessis C Grylls A Forbes (a1) A Calder L Isherwood M Tanaka SCRATCHED SCRATCHED

landmark HOmes BOP

4.23

$7000, rating 65 benchmark*, 1400m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

334Px 5734x — 3106 8x491 047x8 2310 134 679x6 8x76x

8

Amadeo (2) 59 Margaret Falconer (Cambridge) Mrs Neat (8) 58 Moroney/Ormsby (Matamata) High Roller Ohope Prince th (1) 58 Jim Pender (Tauranga) Chevremont d (10) 57 Ramsay/Ritchie (Maungatautari) Pintsizedpunt (6) 57 Busuttin/Young (Cambridge) Poppas Delight (5) 56.5 V & W Hillis (Matamata) Best Command m (9) 56 Pike/Donoghue (Cambridge) I Chianti d (3) 56 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) Rockonby dmh (7) 56 Hilary Pryce (Tauranga)

O Bosson J Waddell SCRATCHED M Sweeney S Collett K Leung (a3) C Grylls A Calder M D Plessis M Wenn

nZ ready mixed COnCrete assn

4.58

$8000, rating 75 benchmark, 2100m 1 92550 The Raconteur m (2) 59.5 Jason Price (Matamata) 2 5x909 Quinn Tait d (12) 59 John Morell (Te Rapa) 3 976x0 Bruno d (5) 58 Ben Foote (Byerley Pk Karaka) 4 80865 Off The Top (8) 58 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) 5 20x12 Lost World t (3) 57.5 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) 6 1x221 Ocean Bound d (10) 57.5 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) 7 0x348 Hiace tdh (11) 55.5 Murray McKeagg (Tauranga) 8 27480 Electronic Socks dm (4) 54.5 Chris McNab (Cambridge) 9 21020 Sweet Rita m (1) 54 Lynnette Skinner (Rotorua) 10 40x75 Hot Pursuit d (9) 54 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) EMERGENCIES 11 88530 Black Attack m (6) 55 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) 12 13x15 Savvy Dancer d (7) 58.5 Moroney/Ormsby (Matamata)

9

M Coleman C Dell (a2) M Cameron D Johnson O Bosson M D Plessis V Colgan S Collett T Thornton A Forbes (a1) C Grylls N Harris

stella artOis de Bier Haus

5.35

$7000, mdn f&m, 1600m 1 27447 Gardez La Foi h (12) 57.5 Brian McKeagg (Tauranga) 2 535x5 Nineteen Forty (1) 57.5 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) 3 New Horizons h (10) 57.5 Antony Fuller (Tauranga) 4 Astana (6) 57.5 Graham Richardson (Matamata) 5 08 Cheyenne (8) 57.5 Graeme Hughes (Te Rapa) 6 0x Herman (11) 57.5 Busuttin/Young (Cambridge) 7 7x Kakahu Nell (13) 57.5 Mark Brosnan (Matamata) 8 08 Macaron (3) 57.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata) 9 On Time (4) 57.5 Graham Richardson (Matamata) 10 6936 Khaleesi (7) 56 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) 11 46 Siciliani (14) 56 Ramsay/Ritchie (Maungatautari) 12 Brandy Belle (2) 56 Roger James (Cambridge) EMERGENCIES 13 — Superefficient 14 — Encharm

L Innes O Bosson C Grylls M D Plessis R Hutchings (a) M McNab (a1) S Shirahama (a2) M Coleman M Sweeney M Cameron V Colgan R Norvall SCRATCHED SCRATCHED

auckland harness alexandra Park JeTbeT 5

fRiday

TAB doubles 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10. Quaddie 7-8-9-10.

1

grand Park CHinese rest. PaCe

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Shezaredrivergem fr (1) J & M Teaz (Ohaupo) Sofia Loren Gotta Go Lucky fr (2) Shane Hayes (Ruakaka) Gadeiros fr (3) Doug Gale (Helensville) Sir Indianapolis fr (4) Ival Brownlee (Pokeno) Give The Wink fr (5) Geoff Small (Patumahoe) Inky Boy fr (6) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) Sunhaven Boss fr (7) D & C McGowan (Pukekohe) Clarius fr (8) Alan Fausett (Pukekohe) Ron Burgundy fr (9) Robert Best (Puni)

2

6380x 975 57787 69468

BranCOtt estate trOt

6.05 M Teaz (J) SCRATCHED Z Butcher (J) N Chilcott J I Dickie (J) D Butcher T Herlihy T Macfarlane W Fausett P Butcher

6.35

$10,300, 3yo+ non winners, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

3

x0x28 Dauntless fr (1) Ted Edwards (Mangere) B edwards Revenue Maker fr (2) D & C McGowan (Pukekohe) T Macfarlane 430x5 Wild Turkey fr (3) Bruce Lloyd (Kumeu) R Downey (J) 26237 Springfield Legacy fr (4) David Mann (Takanini) J Stormont 0 Celeris fr (5) Adrienne Matthews (Pukekohe) T Cameron (J) 40953 Immortal Beloved fr (6) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) M Wallis 84094 First Outing fr (U1) Danny Blakemore (Kumeu) D Butcher

Burn suPPOrt grOuP PaCe

7.15

$10,000, 3yo+ f&m non winners mobile, 2200m. 1 Mile High Anvil fr (1) Doug Gale (Helensville) 2 13x5 Splendour fr (2) Macfarlane/Sharpe (Patumahoe) 3 23264 Silence Is Golden fr (3) David Shorter (Pukekohe)

Auckland Selections Race 1: GIVE THE WINK, INKy BOy, SUNHAVeN BOSS Race 2: DAUNTLESS, ReVeNUe MAKeR, SPRINGFIeLD LeGACy Race 3: SPLENDOUR, SPLeNDID BeT, STARS AND SOUND Race 4: REALMEIN, DAMIT INVASION, SILVeR WHISP Race 5: MOTU LIVING GEM, ROCKy MARCIANO, KAMWOOD LAD Race 6: THREE JEWELS, SeCReT DeSIRe, STeeL THe LIGHT Race 7: CYAMACH, HARRy MAC, TOPSHeLF ATTITUDe Race 8: BETTORBEASTAR, GO DIeGO, ALFIe MAGUIRe Race 9: RAYDON, DIMAGGIO, GReAT GeTAWAy Race 10: CLIVE BROMAC, MURPHy MAGUIRe, THe WILD CARD

4

SCRATCHED G Robb B Mangos T Herlihy M McKendry H Cullen S Phelan

PasCOes tHe JeWellers HCP trOt

7.45

$10,300, 1 to 3 wins special, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Kissme Earl fr (1) Ival Brownlee (Pokeno) J I Dickie (J) Ginger Bertha fr (2) Peter Alabaster (Manurewa) J Stormont The Scruff fr (3) Rogerson/Blanchard (Hamilton) D Butcher Silver Whisp fr (4) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Z Butcher (J) Pretty Awesome fr (5) Matthew Pemberton (Patumahoe) S Phelan Lysenko fr (U1) Luk Chin (Tamahere) L Chin Realmein 10 (1) Matthew Pemberton (Patumahoe) T Herlihy Sweetcheeks 10 (U1) Stephen Doody (Palmerston North) M McKendry Superbowlcheerleader 10 (U2) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) T Macfarlane 10 9x322 Damit Invasion 20 (U1) Stephen Doody (Palmerston North) B Mangos 32177 45x23 627x2 41188 94552 65924 06411 x5136 3970x

5

s n J arCHer PaCe

8.10

$10,000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

2 62x4 x6245 72463 641x 162x 3 22364 — 63D77

6

Kamwood Lad fr (1) Dianne Wood (Pukekohe) Motu Living Gem fr (2) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Rocky Marciano fr (3) Tony Herlihy (Papakura) Sandpark Senator fr (4) Vicki Facoory (Kumeu) Free Will fr (5) Tony Shaw (Morrinsville) McRoyal fr (6) D & C McGowan (Pukekohe) Ida Tiger fr (7) Gareth Dixon (Clevedon) Three Kings fr (8) Mangos/Cullen (Pukekohe) Galilee fr (9) Frank Cooney (Taupaki) Platinum Roulette Hilltop Hustler fr (11) Andrew Jamieson (Pukekohe)

M McKendry Z Butcher (J) T Herlihy J Stormont D Butcher T Macfarlane A Veint (J) B Mangos J I Dickie (J) SCRATCHED R Fensom

dunstan HOrse Feeds PaCe

8.40

$11,000, 3yo+ f&m 1 to 2 wins mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

23x62 11 — — 51x61 05285 06155 61043 33231 22414

7

Secret Desire fr (1) Telfer/Garlick (Papakura) Steel The Light fr (2) Green/Hughes (Ardmore) One Hot Lady Athena Matai Three Jewels fr (4) A & L Neal (Cambridge) Realatthetime fr (5) Gareth Dixon (Clevedon) Callie O’Malley fr (6) Derek Balle (Pukekohe) Spirit And Desire fr (7) Matthew Collins (Bombay) Meet Me In Mayfair fr (8) Geoff Small (Patumahoe) Miss Madoff fr (9) Geoff Small (Patumahoe)

S Phelan Z Butcher (J) SCRATCHED SCRATCHED A Neal T Herlihy P Butcher J I Dickie (J) S Lawson (J) D Butcher

maJestiC HOrse FlOats PaCe

9.08

$14,000, 3yo+ 1 to 3 wins mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

121x1 81413 1x2P1 5x312 x09x1 17x13 22x21 12921 3x842

8

Harry Mac fr (1) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Topshelf Attitude fr (2) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Idolise Me fr (3) Tony Herlihy (Papakura) Cyamach fr (4) Telfer/Garlick (Papakura) Macs Creation fr (5) Hayley Morgan (Muriwai) Overlap fr (6) Gareth Dixon (Clevedon) Stunin Banner fr (7) Rogerson/Blanchard (Hamilton) Pass Them By fr (8) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) The Hayne Train fr (9) Barry Purdon (Clevedon)

CrOmBie lOCkWOOd PaCe

B Mangos Z Butcher (J) T Herlihy S Phelan M McKendry J Stormont D Butcher T Macfarlane J I Dickie (J)

9.38

$8000, 3yo+ 1 to 3 wins mobile, 2200m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

21 1397x 83231 47325 3526x 1458x x10x4 714 — P13x3 x06x8 73742 571x8 x2723

9

Go Diego fr (1) Tony Herlihy (Papakura) Tyler Maguire fr (2) David Marshall (Cambridge) Tafadhali fr (3) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) Delicata fr (4) Derek Balle (Pukekohe) Regal Encounter fr (5) A & L Neal (Cambridge) Dashing Dane fr (6) Colin Butler (Cambridge Raceway) Bettorbeastar fr (7) Maurice McKendry (Pukekohe) Jerry Lee fr (8) Telfer/Garlick (Papakura) Jan Jan Alfie Maguire fr (9) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Baccarat fr (10) Ival Brownlee (Pokeno) One Hot Lady fr (11) James Stormont (Pukekohe) Mach One fr (12) Alan Fausett (Pukekohe) Black Frost fr (13) Steven Reid (Pukekohe)

T Herlihy K Marshall (J) P Butcher D Butcher L Neal N Chilcott M McKendry S Phelan SCRATCHED Z Butcher (J) J I Dickie (J) J Stormont W Fausett P Ferguson

eye magaZine HandiCaP trOt

10.08

$14,300, 4 or more wins +claimer discretionary, 2700m.

$6000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 2200m. — 40536 899x 88085

4 — Mumsie 5 0 Sofia Loren fr (4) Robert Mitchell (Tauwhare) 6 Stars And Sound fr (5) Mangos/Cullen (Pukekohe) 7 42 Splendid Bet fr (6) Tony Herlihy (Papakura) 8 3 May Fly fr (7) Green/Hughes (Ardmore) 9 5287x Martha Jane fr (8) Mangos/Cullen (Pukekohe) 10 09 Mara’s Illusion fr (9) Jay Abernethy (Papakura)

P Ferguson T Macfarlane J Stormont

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

21089 54766 55x11 42862 61151 55x45 31x34 239x3

Silver Stream fr (1) Alek Goryl (Ardmore) Castletons Boy fr (2) Wayne Thomas (Epsom) DiMaggio 10 (1) Stephen Doody (Palmerston North) Ray 10 (2) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) Moment Of Truth 10 (U1) Rob Lawson (Newstead) Great Getaway 20 (1) John Dickie (Cambridge Raceway) Charlemagne 20 (2) Colin Butler (Cambridge Raceway) Raydon 35 (1) Barry Purdon (Clevedon)

10

Canam HandiCaP PaCe

M McKendry J Stormont B Mangos T Macfarlane S Lawson (J) J I Dickie (J) P Butcher T Herlihy

10.38

$14,300, 4 to 7 wins +claimer special, 2700m. 1 2 3 4 5

9287x 95433 52415 9x871 27615

Murphy Maguire fr (1) Geoff Small (Patumahoe) D Butcher Speedstar 10 (U1) Tim Vince (Epsom) B Mangos Clive Bromac 20 (1) Geoff Small (Patumahoe) S Lawson (J) Supremacy 20 (2) Barry Purdon (Clevedon) Z Butcher (J) The Wild Card 20 (U1) Michelle Wallis & Bernie Hackett (Waiuku) N Chilcott

nZ metro harness addington JetBet 8

fRiday

TAB doubles 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11. Trebles 1-2-3, 5-6-7, 9-10-11. Pick6 6-11 $50,000. Quaddie 8-9-10-11.

1

CHeVrOn Cars direCt PaCe

5.15

$3000, 4yo+ 1 to 3 wins +claimer mobile, 1950m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

50808 0x068 0988x 62603 000x0 648x0 16080 50124 04611 28642 1

Advance Anvil fr (1) John Bromley (Aylesbury) Pinot Gris fr (2) Gavin Cook (Ladbrooks) Gogetem fr (3) Garry Bates (Templeton) The Lutts fr (4) Mark Jones (Burnham) zeus Whanau fr (5) Robin Thornley (Templeton) Alta Cleopatra fr (6) Brent Weaver (Balcairn) Superior Desire fr (7) Mark Jones (Burnham) Mullingar Mac fr (8) Paul Young (Maronan) Royal Courage fr (9) Gavin Cook (Ladbrooks) Nicky’s Passion fr (10) G & N Hope (Woodend Beach) Its Nukes fr (11) Phil Burrows (Fernside)

C D Thornley A edmonds C R Thornley R Todd (J) J Anderson (J) B Weaver M Jones S McNally M Williamson (J) R May B Thomas (J)


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fields&fORM 12 90459 Zara p fr (12) Gavin Smith (Leithfield Beach) 13 78998 summerhill Jack fr (13) Henderson Hunter (Fernside) 14 20876 Darryl hanover fr (14) Bob Rochford (Kaikoura)

2

l lester (J) h hunter S ottley (J)

d dunn Chev. CaRs diReCt PaCe

5.45

$12,500, 3 to 5 wins mobile, 1950m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

3

x3030 9x126 81131 63519 12412 21206 11111 08605 227x4 71210 52563 863x1 352x4 77x40 15758

Millview sarah fr (1) Adrienne Matthews (Pukekohe) m Williamson (J) Buy chevron Direct fr (2) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) t Chmiel hurricane Bromac fr (3) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) g Smith nancy Miles fr (4) G & N Hope (Woodend Beach) S ottley (J) Beach Bunny fr (5) Brendon Hill (Kaiapoi) R may eastwood cullen fr (6) Robert David (Prebbleton) C D thornley christen Me fr (7) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) D Dunn szybka Brat fr (8) Graeme Telfer (Timaru) g telfer Fiery achiever fr (9) Robert Dunn (West Melton) J Dunn Double happy fr (10) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) J trainor (J) Far too rusty fr (11) Bruce Hutton (Greendale) J Curtin Bella arden fr (12) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) R holmes charge Forward fr (13) Steven Reid (Pukekohe) P Davis twilight rascal fr (14) Kevin Chapman (Amberley) S mcnally unconditional love fr (15) Adrienne Matthews (Pukekohe) a matthews

n MCGRath ChevROn CaRs diReCt tROt 6.13 $7000, non winners, 2600m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

4

03 322 04908 803 6x085 56352 24360 60500 9 50048 P3x 9x383 962

My Mums astar fr (1) Terry McMillan (Ashburton) glenferrie unixa fr (2) Joanne Burrows (Aylesbury) Monk’s gal fr (3) Ivan Schwamm (Springston) lithium fr (4) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) Miri fr (5) Kerry Hadfield (Greenpark) Jocasta fr (6) Phil Williamson (Oamaru) tart n tights fr (7) Mike Austin (West Melton) continental halo fr (8) Murray Edmonds (Motukarara) no potato fr (9) Kevin Townley (Russley) red rock gold fr (10) Kaye Stockdill (Chertsey) euromaxx fr (11) Brian Zampese (West Melton) trouble ado fr (12) Michael Heenan (Methven) last love fr (13) Andrew Stuart (Rangiora) suzannah fr (14) Jim Dalgety (West Melton) Dragon lady fr (u1) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach)

t mcmillan C D thornley i Schwamm n mcgrath k hadfield m Williamson (J) B orange m edmonds D Dunn R may m kerr (J) m heenan m Jones t Chmiel R holmes

M MCnaMaRa Chev. CaRs diReCt PaCe 6.53 $3000, 4yo+ non winners mobile, 2600m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

54840 Wards creek fr (1) Bob Rochford (Kaikoura) 59603 alta Mario fr (2) Mark Smolenski (Weedons) Disturbia fr (3) Debbie Flint (Ashley) 7x098 living Memory fr (4) Ian Cameron (Fernside) — song For the asking 85055 chargedownking fr (6) Fiona Baigent (Templeton) 80 xmas Joyella fr (7) Fred Morris (Yaldhurst) 8 Memphis Blues fr (8) Mark Smolenski (Weedons) 0 chapala surprise fr (9) Marty Larter (West Melton) x4224 not sure fr (10) G & J Knight (Roxburgh) 0x680 Midfrew tarpediem fr (11) William Lake (Ashburton) 00x0 Flyin seelster fr (12) Murray Edmonds (Motukarara) 4850x Dudinka’s Beau fr (13) Fred Fletcher (Weedons) 77560 infrequently fr (14) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) 6x96 up Wheels fr (15) T & G Chmiel (Leeston) 7 arma courage fr (16) D & C Butt (Woodend Beach)

5

C Defilippi D Dunn B orange i Cameron SCRATCHED R Curtin S mcnally J Dunn C D thornley m Williamson (J) C markham m edmonds S Smolenski m Jones t Chmiel J hornbrook (J)

ChevROn CaRs diReCt PaCe

7.25

$8000, 3yo+ 1 win, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

6

11002 333x3 45980 5x681 165x0 1325 95809 11x3 1321 2219 5x217

yaholyterror fr (1) Maxine Green (Winslow) got the nod fr (2) Jim Dalgety (West Melton) Black ice fr (3) Mark Smolenski (Weedons) live Jazz fr (4) Rodger Austin (West Melton) viewfield apache fr (5) Peter Toomey (Templeton) all Delight fr (6) Bruce Hutton (Greendale) lively tintara fr (7) Murray Edmonds (Motukarara) Jimmy Johnstone fr (8) John Hay (Ashburton) arden rooney fr (9) Mark Purdon (Rolleston) crackaheiny fr (10) Robert Dunn (West Melton) the Falcon legend fr (11) Leo O’Reilly (Rakaia)

S ottley (J) t Chmiel R may k Barron D Dunn J Curtin m edmonds J hay g R Payne J Dunn l o’Reilly

G O’COnnOR Chev. CaRs diReCt PaCe 7.55 $8000, 3yo+ 1 win mobile, 1950m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

12532 — 0x161 1644x — — 1122 — 11332 19x13 4x716 —

7

Blazin n cullen fr (1) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) viewfield apache greenburn creek fr (2) Tim Butt (West Melton) Declan fr (3) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) Zeus Whanau K c pedro Beau vite fr (5) Mark Purdon (Rolleston) live Jazz Franco nelson fr (6) Steven McRae (Halswell) supreme Mach fr (7) Ken Barron (West Melton) lady godiva fr (8) Brendon Hill (Kaiapoi) lively tintara

ChevROn CaRs diReCt hCP tROt

J Dunn SCRATCHED a Butt R holmes SCRATCHED SCRATCHED m Purdon SCRATCHED C D thornley k Barron R may SCRATCHED

8.20

$8000, 1 to 3 wins discretionary, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

8

13342 08x15 32x46 3100x 226x5 07x40 13110 0109x 56219 55101 68383 468x2 — D11x9 6x134 33x28 26123

the Black Forest fr (1) Bruce Hutton (Greendale) Mrs twobob fr (2) John Hay (Ashburton) Frisson fr (3) Patrick O’Reilly (Huntingdon) Franco nadal fr (4) Ben Waldron (Ashburton) our Blossom fr (5) Brent Borcoskie (Sefton) orse M Jogmar fr (u1) Steve Trotter (Takaka) Bert powell 10 (1) Tim Butt (West Melton) imelda 10 (2) Nigel McGrath (Weedons) sunny Kash 10 (3) Derek & Adele Jones (Russley) sunny Jewel 10 (4) Wakelin/Noble (Oxford) Westmelton Willie 10 (u1) Mike Austin (West Melton) evander D go 10 (u2) Neil Burton (Ashburton) sunnyandcher galleons legend 20 (1) John Hay (Ashburton) not likely 20 (2) Murray Tapper (Levels) Mo hahn 20 (3) Kevin Townley (Russley) Jess Jaccka 20 (u1) Jonny Cox (Westwood Beach)

J Curtin J hay P o’Reilly D Dunn B Borcoskie S trotter a Butt n mcgrath C D thornley P Wakelin B orange n Burton SCRATCHED m hay R may J Dunn J W Cox

Chev. CaRs diReCt lOuissOn hCP PaCe 8.50

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

10

3 graywackee star fr (6) Regan Todd (Burnham) 1x40 Fifth edition fr (7) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) classic Brigade fr (8) Fred Fletcher (Weedons) — shadow rider 9x0x4 Bettor Fella fr (10) Ken Dixon (Prebbleton) 0x4 xmas Joy Belle fr (11) Fred Morris (Yaldhurst) 2x800 Belkmyster fr (12) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) 0 get holme tyron fr (13) G & N Hope (Woodend Beach) 74000 Dios Del Fuego fr (14) Kim Nyhan (McQueens Valley) x5747 Bianca fr (15) Ben Waldron (Ashburton) 650 tubbys sister fr (16) Donald Swanston (Templeton)

9

31544 5x115 4x323 — 87x06 76911 23800 — 2x516 17x68 24171

samuel James fr (1) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) Kotare yaakov fr (2) Robert Dunn (Woodend Beach) Mah sish 10 (1) Tim Butt (West Melton) Four starzzz Flash excuse Maker 10 (3) Phil Burrows (Fernside) pure power 25 (1) D & C McGowan (Pukekohe) rangataua ray 25 (2) Peter Wallace (Temuka) pembrook Benny gold ace 25 (4) Steven Reid (Pukekohe) auckland reactor 25 (u1) Mark Purdon (Rolleston) sir lincoln 25 (u2) Ray Green (Huapai)

dalGety Red shOes PaCe

R may J Dunn a Butt SCRATCHED g Smith B orange R holmes SCRATCHED S Reid m Purdon k Barron

9.20

$12,500, 4 or more wins special, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

109x9 706x1 — 113x1 x7824 321x1 x9402 12145 x4347 6x186 12401

11

escapee fr (1) Mark Purdon (Rolleston) m Purdon taimate Boyz fr (2) Patrick O’Reilly (Huntingdon) P o’Reilly ten too SCRATCHED phil’s gift 10 (u1) Murray Tapper (Levels) m Williamson (J) thanesan 10 (u2) Tim Butt (West Melton) a Butt pattisun 10 (u3) Andrew Faulks (Waikouaiti) a faulks vatuvei 10 (u4) P & L Jones (West Melton) R may leighton hest 30 (1) Andrew Faulks (Waikouaiti) D Dunn clover Don 30 (2) Murray Alfeld (Weedons) C Defilippi sovereignty 30 (3) Sean McCaffrey (Cambridge) R holmes Quality invasion 30 (u1) Bruce Graham (Charing Cross) g archer

d Gale ChevROn CaRs diReCt PaCe 10.20 $10,000, 2 to 3 wins mobile, 1950m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

52123 20x00 33104 x0257 x0435 51629 35911 6x316 03130 — 4418x 2x738 — 23521 15135 —

hairy Maclary fr (1) Peter Holmes (Templeton) awesome prospect fr (2) Cran Dalgety (West Melton) the Joint fr (3) Jamie Gameson (Burnham) herbie’s Dream fr (4) D & C McGowan (Pukekohe) call Me Danny fr (5) Robin Thornley (Templeton) giannis Bromac fr (6) Bob Latimer (Geraldine) lively shard fr (7) Gavin Smith (Leithfield Beach) Maiden rome fr (8) Rodger Austin (West Melton) simple saver fr (9) P & L Jones (West Melton) ellmer hanover la passione fr (11) Derek & Adele Jones (Russley) Franco nautica fr (12) John Hay (Ashburton) Kamwood Blue chip cloudy Beach fr (13) Mark Smolenski (Weedons) tyron’s alive fr (14) G & N Hope (Woodend Beach) here’s shifty

NZ Metro Selections

Race 1: Mullingar Mac, Royal CouRage, SummeRhill JaCk Race 2: christen Me, BeaCh Bunny, Buy ChevRon DiReCt Race 3: Dragon laDy, taRt n tightS, glenfeRRie unixa Race 4: MeMphis Blues, DuDinka’S Beau, alta maRio Race 5: arDen rooney, Jimmy JohnStone, CRaCkaheiny Race 6: Franco nelson, gReenBuRn CReek, Blazin n Cullen Race 7: sunny Kash, mo hahn, imelDa Race 8: Mah sish, auCklanD ReaCtoR, golD aCe Race 9: Mexicano, fifth eDition, aRma legenD Race 10: escapee, thaneSan, CloveR Don Race 11: lively sharD, haiRy maClaRy

R holmes D Dunn B orange S ottley (J) g o’Reilly m kerr (J) g Smith k Barron C Defilippi SCRATCHED t Chmiel J hay SCRATCHED J Dunn D Dunn SCRATCHED

Waipa races te awamutu Jetbet 2

satuRday

TAB doubles 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9. Quaddie 6-7-8-9.

g o’Reilly k Barron C D thornley R holmes J keast

4

$7000, mdn, 1400m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Gear Changes

bOxinG day RaCes at PiROnGia

12.20

$8000, rating 65 benchmark*, 1580m

2

Day Walker tdh (6) 59 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) Molto grato tdm (8) 58.5 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) Duntoilin h (7) 58 Derek Satherley (Te Awamutu) high roller (5) 57 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) gold rock (4) 56.5 John Morell (Te Rapa) roydon tdh (10) 56.5 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) andre Joubert tdm (9) 56 Ross Soper (Te Rapa) noah Jon m (1) 56 John Mason (Tokoroa) viva la vida h (2) 56 Shirley Hewetson (Te Awamutu) Ballroom m (3) 54 Tony Corric (Kahui Beach)

S Spratt C grylls l Satherley J Waddell m Wenn D hain D Johnson S Collett C Dell (a2) a Calder

steWaRt alexandeR GOlf Club

1 attaboy (1) 58.5 Alex Oliveira (Cambridge) R norvall 2 0x0 informer (8) 58.5 Tania Malugina (Cambridge) l Satherley 3 tane (7) 58.5 Craig Phelan (Rotorua) m Cropp (a3) 4 4 Mr garcia b (9) 57 Roger James (Cambridge) v Colgan 5 8 King hussar (4) 57 Busuttin/Young (Cambridge) m mcnab (a1) 6 25x48 savana From havana (6) 56.5 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) R hutchings (a) 7 863 thrilla in Manila h (3) 56.5 K & B Hawtin (Te Awamutu) m Coleman 8 05277 encharm (10) 56.5 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) C grylls 9 56534 streets ahead (5) 55 David Greene (Te Rapa) J Waddell 10 00x0 natassja Kinski h (2) 55 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) D Johnson

WilksbROOke MOtORs ltd

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1240x 2183x 97x23 90x33 64x77 18973 3170x 699x0

savasong (3) 59.5 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) indy ruler (1) 58 Richard Collett (Pukekohe Park) skysoblue dh (6) 57 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) royal sceptre m (5) 57 Ross McCarroll (Cambridge) Beauty supremo (4) 56.5 Lance Noble (Matamata) hula Belle dm (8) 54.5 K & G Opie (Te Aroha) vaayala (2) 54.5 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) tommasi dm (7) 54 G & T Shaw (Waiuku)

Waipa Selections Race 1: Duntoilin, Day WalkeR, high RolleR Race 2: Mr garcia, StReetS aheaD, enChaRm Race 3: sKysoBlue, vaayala, Royal SCePtRe Race 4: centre point, CeltiC StaR, Reilly StaRR Race 5: heart oF hearts, the mig, Shaky Race 6: lolly, mR Chez, mR toogooD Race 7: sWeet suitor, fazzle, kaSumi Race 8: lucKy country, Run to the Bank, le mouSSieR Race 9: spinMyWorlD, almon, hanDSome mateS

nZi insuRanCe

2.36

$7000, mdn, 1150m

6

GRahaM MCliesh MeMORial

3.10

$8000, rating 65 benchmark*, 2000m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

01007 x7216 424x6 0x649 51700 33106 10x54 6x570 208x0 7x637 10x70

te Kingi tdm (7) 59 R & Y Peake (Cambridge) J Jago King piccolo b (5) 58.5 V & W Hillis (Matamata) a forbes (a1) Mr toogood tdh (9) 58.5 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) m Sweeney Mr chez (10) 58 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) R hutchings (a) valley Diamond tdm (11) 57.5 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) m Coleman aymon tmh (3) 57.5 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu) C Dell (a2) sir reims (6) 57.5 J & B Vance (Ardmore Lodge) D Johnson supreme lady th (4) 55 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) C grylls ashley (2) 54.5 Nigel Mortimer (Tauranga) S Spratt lolly b (8) 54.5 Paul & Kris Shailer (Matamata) v Colgan prickley princess h (1) 54.5 Darrell Hollinshead (Te Awamutu) S Doyle

tab te aWaMutu CaMbRidGe Rd hCP 3.42 5315x 10x43 354x3 61678 226x0 5530x 73210 x7170 — 10x1 x84x0

Fazzle m (5) 59 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) sweet suitor mb (10) 57 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) rough odds b (3) 55 Leo Molloy (Byerley Pk Karaka) trapiche tdh (7) 54.5 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu) charma h (6) 54 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) Kasumi m (2) 54 John Sargent (Matamata) Miss Danni (9) 54 John Mason (Tokoroa) Whoshe mh (1) 54 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu) Witz end Frank Whitaker (8) 54 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) eightlives h (4) 54 Richard Otto (Te Awamutu)

J Waddell a taylor (a3) S Shirahama (a2) D Johnson m Sweeney v Colgan m Coleman C Dell (a2) SCRATCHED a Calder R norvall

PiC insuRanCe bROkeRs

4.21

$10,000, rating 75 benchmark, 1580m 8741x 2617x 1120x 68x55 1153x 52194 43381 23x94 58x36 9x998 026x0 39x11 381x0

our Zara (6) 59.5 Fursdon/Sliz (Matamata) J Whiteside (a3) Quickasucan mb (9) 58.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) a forbes (a1) captain Marvel b (10) 58 Ralph Manning (Cambridge) v Colgan pinnafero m (4) 58 John Mason (Tokoroa) m Coleman le Moussier (3) 57.5 Roger James (Cambridge) a Calder russianov (5) 57 Martin Cleland (Cambridge) t thornton Maximum height m (13) 56.5 Antony Fuller (Tauranga) C grylls run to the Bank (7) 56 Stephen Marsh (Cambridge) m mcnab (a1) roamin th (2) 56 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) D Johnson Jed t (11) 55.5 Leo Molloy (Byerley Pk Karaka) S Shirahama (a2) rhythm Divine (12) 54.5 Tony Cole (Te Kauwhata) C Dell (a2) lucky country (8) 54 Stephen Marsh (Cambridge) J Waddell Miss herb h (1) 54 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) m Sweeney

hyaMs ROsetOWn JeWelleRs

4.52

$10,000, rating 75 benchmark, 1400m

22501 nothing dm (14) 59 K & G Opie (Te Aroha) J Whiteside (a3) 10130 Boy star dm (3) 58.5 Graham Richardson (Matamata) S Shirahama (a2) 128x0 handsome Mates td (13) 58 Chris Wood (Cambridge) 5221x saint columbu (10) 58 Nigel Mortimer (Tauranga) 5 60x49 caipirinha th (17) 57.5 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) D Johnson 6 2x095 spinmyworld d (11) 57.5 Roger James (Cambridge) v Colgan 7 0307x ted’ll Do (9) 57.5 Shelley Hale (Cambridge) S Spratt SCRATCHED 8 — gold hunter 9 71189 Monkey rock tdm (4) 56.5 Chris McNab (Cambridge) m mcnab (a1) 10 137x1 lunar eclipse th (8) 56 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) m Sweeney 11 332x3 almon b (12) 56 Busuttin/Young (Cambridge) J Waddell 12 x159x Designacat d (15) 54.5 Richard Collett (Pukekohe Park) a Calder 13 9x565 Ma Belle ami th (1) 54.5 K & B Hawtin (Te Awamutu) R hutchings (a) 14 310x8 sinead t (6) 54.5 Jan McGiven (Te Aroha) m Wenn eMergencies 15 4625x no emotion (7) 56 Tony Cole (Te Kauwhata) C Dell (a2) 16 840x7 street party (2) 54 Murdoch/Olson (Waiuku) 17 1500x all in Bluff d (5) 54 Stephen McKee (Ardmore) 18 93100 rioaviador d (16) 54 Wayne Cole (Pukekohe)

1.30 m Coleman a Calder S Spratt C Dell (a2) C grylls J Whiteside (a3) J Waddell m Sweeney

fields&fORM feilding Gear Changes

Approved Plates on: Skupina (R2) Concussion Plates (Front) on: Ripdiddler (R6) Hoof Pads (Front) on: Kaap Kruis (R7) Lugging Bit on: Skupina (R2) Lugging Bit off: The Lone Ranger (R3) Tongue Control Bit on: The Lone Ranger (R3) Blinkers off: Our Great Empire (R1); Wee Jean (R2); Stopover (R3); All In Clover, Ishidanzin (R6); Kaap Kruis (R7); Poetic Licence (R8) Blinkers on: Double Image (R4); Gold Card, Mac Orla (R5); Prospero (R10) Barrier Blanket on: Hazel (R2) Bandages on: Zip (R2) Boots off: Zip (R2) Nose Band on: Wee Jean, Zip (R2) Shadow roll on: Sky Hawk (R8) Tongue Tie on: Stopover (R3); Gold Wedding (R8)

2

Manawatu itM

1 427x2 Casino (5) 58.5 Jack Georgetti (Marton) 2 642x3 The Beaut (6) 58.5 Paul Moseley (Hawera) 3 74334 mibachelorboy h (11) 58.5 Gary Vile (Awapuni) 4 08728 Barmasai (7) 58.5 Lucy de Lautour (Waipukurau) 5 3x7 Powerade h (8) 57 Mark Oulaghan (Awapuni) 6 7 kuwait (1) 57 John Sargent (Matamata) 7 50x24 masih Chiantik h (4) 56.5 Grant Searle (Awapuni) 8 30x46 Walkingonsunshine (15) 56.5 Howie Mathews (Otaki) 9 x9238 Graceful Joy (3) 56.5 Karen Zimmerman (Otaki) 10 08525 Peit rox (2) 56.5 Kelly Burne (Hastings) 11 7x237 Pirinitete h (17) 56.5 Gail Temperton (Awapuni) 12 33x60 right royal rose (18) 56.5 Rachael Frost (Otaki) 13 85742 Slippery mistake (12) 56.5 Shane Brown (Woodville) 14 676x3 Lady Lincoln h (13) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) 15 63478 Wee Jean (14) 56.5 Alby MacGregor (Opaki) 16 0394 Lincoln’s Girl h (10) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) 17 — Zip 18 x0433 Hazel bh (16) 55 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) emerGeNCieS 19 70 Skupina (9) 56.5 Peter McKenzie (Ohau) 20 — Paige me

3

satuRday

TAB doubles 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10. Pick6 5-10 $250,000. Quaddie 7-8-9-10.

Mills Reef WineRy

12.05

$12,500, rating 65 benchmark*, 1200m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

6587x 2x142 3517x 1426 8280x 0710x 18x2 576x6 2130x 170x2 446x4

4

Jerrico h (2) 59 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) The Lone ranger dmb (10) 59 Sam Lennox (Waverley) That’sourexcuse dh (7) 57 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) She’s Slinky mh (1) 56.5 Greg Lambert (Awapuni) Stopover dh (11) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Polly Flinders tdh (5) 56 Stephen Gillies (Awapuni) Princess mary dh (3) 56 Gail Temperton (Awapuni) kevildo mh (8) 56 Mike Breslin (Awapuni) Deecruz db (9) 55.5 John Sargent (Matamata) Lady de Chine dh (6) 55 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) madonna mia (4) 55 Allan Sharrock (New Plymouth)

R Hannam l allpress n Harris M dravitzki (a3) K Myers H tinsley J parkes J Riddell M d plessis l innes

tOtally Vets HandiCaP

1.44

$15,000, rating 85 benchmark, 1600m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2006x 28x61 1218x 35900 51x47 37x06 729x5 323x6 0400x 951x5

5

Tullaroan tdm (1) 60.5 Haworth/Dixon (Foxton) J Shackleton (a3) ransomed tdh (3) 59 Gary Vile (Awapuni) l innes mini Pearl td (2) 57 Fraser Auret (Marton) J Riddell Brackenwood mh (5) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) R Hannam Double image dm (6) 56 John Wheeler (New Plymouth) M cameron keepereel tdm (4) 56 Craig Bishop (Stratford) v Johnston our milly Smith d (10) 56 Howie Mathews (Otaki) l allpress Ascolini t (9) 54 Paul Belsham (Wanganui) M d plessis Wyban Angel th (7) 54 Stephen Gillies (Awapuni) n Harris Crixus (8) 54 Kevin Gray (Palm.North) J parkes

tRu test HandiCaP

2.16

$15,000, rating 75 benchmark, 1400m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1419x 4873x 346x2 33343 6x577 11 915x4 11404 6x711 7320x 020x5

6

The Phoenix dm (2) 60.5 Paul Moseley (Hawera) Fort Lincoln h (7) 59 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Cody Cat d (6) 58.5 John Sargent (Matamata) Commett (10) 58 John Bary (Hastings) Gold Card tmh (9) 57.5 Antony Kaye (Awapuni) Finn moss m (1) 57 Matthew Ivil (Otaki) kings Court tdh (4) 56.5 Suzy Gordon (Awapuni) Princess Lincoln tmh (11) 55.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) mac orla (3) 55 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) Don’t Dilly Dally d (5) 54.5 Shane Brown (Woodville) Anagram tmh (8) 54 Roydon Bergerson (Awapuni)

H tinsley J Riddell M d plessis l allpress o Bosson K Myers B lammas B Grylls (a3) M cameron l innes

2.56

$15,000, rating 75 benchmark, 2300m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

13931 46x25 43279 17942 62117 56212 78x40 175F0 62311 07615 3x875 26057 30234 —

9

uno Five (11) 58.5 Patsy Riley (Pukekohe) coercion (9) 58.5 John Sargent (Matamata) huarwee (10) 58.5 David Hayes (Woodville) our great empire h (1) 58.5 James Taylor (Awapuni) Maccool (8) 58.5 Rachael Frost (Otaki) iamishwara h (2) 57 Antony Kaye (Awapuni) all good (3) 57 Kevin Gray (Palm.North) 0x corporal lincoln h (6) 57 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) abraham lincoln h (7) 57 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) 4 la clairette (5) 56.5 Geoff Haigh (Levin) x9474 Mion Jay (4) 56.5 Aidan Schumacher (Stratford)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

i Gotta Feeling m (8) 59 John Wheeler (New Plymouth) Duke of york (9) 58.5 Warren Bolton (New Plymouth) Supervisor m (12) 57.5 Haworth/Dixon (Foxton) Palm island mh (5) 56 Trina Riddell (Awapuni) ripdiddler m (1) 56 Christine Eagle (Foxton) Pooka’s Sister m (3) 55.5 John Wheeler (New Plymouth) king Leonidas td (4) 55.5 John Bary (Hastings) Derby Dan dmh (7) 55.5 Mark Oulaghan (Awapuni) Angel mine h (11) 55 Mark Oulaghan (Awapuni) Zeina royale m (6) 54.5 Robert Patterson (New Plymouth) All in Clover m (10) 54 Kevin Gray (Palm.North) Jamomiti h (13) 54 Grant Searle (Awapuni) ishidanzin mh (2) 54 Gail Temperton (Awapuni) Firekeeper

B lammas J parkes H tinsley R Hannam c Johnson M cameron K Myers l innes l allpress n Harris M d plessis d walsh d walker SCRATCHED

COuRtesy fORd RedCRaze BOwl 02316 2647x x9001 x4197 258x8 47220 x2316 17x55 44372 420x6

Fritzy Boy tdm (5) 61.5 Alby MacGregor (Opaki) Lady kipling dmb (1) 56.5 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) Joku dm (9) 55.5 Jim Litt (Hawera) kaap kruis tdm (4) 55.5 Aidan Schumacher (Stratford) L’Amour tdmh (6) 54 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Guessing tdm (8) 54 Haworth/Dixon (Foxton) Aldebaran Star tdh (7) 54 Trina Riddell (Awapuni) Pellegrini d (2) 54 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) Jack’s Point tdmh (3) 54 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Beyond Belief dmh (10) 54 Lucy Tanner (Awapuni)

HuMPHRey faMily HandiCaP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

36912 163x2 18x 6610x 2635x 540x4 0230x

Basildon Bond d (14) 59 John Bary (Hastings) kijani d (2) 58.5 Patsy Riley (Pukekohe) Ambitious Prince (10) 57.5 Lowry/Cullen (Hastings) kitch m (11) 57 Howard Johnson (Foxton) Lakota t (4) 56.5 Bryce Newman (Bulls) The Bachelor dh (5) 56.5 Gary Vile (Awapuni) Bella vi h (8) 56 Jeff Lynds (Awapuni)

D nolan J Riddell m D Plessis C Johnson k Smith o Bosson h tinsley B grylls (a3) k myers l allpress a morgan (a3)

Race 1: ALL GooD, coRpoRal lincoln, coeRcion Race 2: HAZeL, caSino, tHe BeaUt Race 3: LADy De CHiNe, Madonna Mia, Kevildo Race 4: rANSomeD, doUBle iMaGe, Mini peaRl Race 5: FiNN moSS, tHe pHoenix, KinGS coURt Race 6: i GoTTA FeeLiNG, pooKa’S SiSteR, all in cloveR Race 7: LADy kiPLiNG, FRitzy Boy, pelleGRini Race 8: BASiLDoN BoND, KiJani, aUSpicioUS Race 9: Jeu De CArTeS, SpiRo, ReBel’S RanSoM Race 10: ProSPero, MRS Mac, MyMinKcoat

Auspicious (12) 55.5 John Sargent (Matamata) Gold Wedding dh (3) 55.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Jilted h (7) 55.5 Mike Breslin (Awapuni) Lady de Chine h (15) 55 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Poetic Licence (6) 54.5 Rachael Frost (Otaki) Drift h (9) 54.5 Aimee Thomas (Awapuni) o’Stellar (13) 54 Kelly Burne (Hastings) Sky Hawk dh (1) 54 Stephen Mercer (Awapuni)

M d plessis R Hannam l innes K Myers l allpress d walker n Harris M cameron

RiCOH feildinG GOld CuP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

10

822x2 1x812 10076 66001 110x2 37040 x0508 900x5 01215 11320 50x99 09368 4x522 13x15

Spiro t (8) 60 Sylvia Kay (Levin) Jeu de Cartes tdmb (2) 55.5 Baker/Forsman (Cambridge) rising Tide tdmh (5) 55 Mark Oulaghan (Awapuni) Sacha tmh (9) 54 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Borrack tm (4) 54 Adrian Bull (Hunterville) Beau Dane dm (7) 53.5 E & JJ Rayner (Wanganui) Flemington tdh (6) 53.5 Lucy Tanner (Awapuni) Cassini th (1) 53 Mark Oulaghan (Awapuni) Thrive m (10) 53 Jason Bridgman (Matamata) Josephine dm (12) 53 Peter McKenzie (Ohau) Loose Change t (11) 53 Haworth/Dixon (Foxton) rumour Has it Now tmh (13) 53 Tracy Collis (Awapuni) rebel’s ransom tdb (3) 53 Polly Macdonald (Opaki) Savvy Dancer td (14) 53 Moroney/Ormsby (Matamata)

J Riddell o Bosson H tinsley K Myers R Hannam v Johnston M d plessis l allpress M cameron d walsh B lammas K Smith l innes n Harris

niGel “sHaRkie” ClaRk MeMORial 5.16 $12,500, rating 65 benchmark*, 1600m

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

3314x 69860 30x34 2450x 6x10 21425 80441 3458x 20x53 x4561 5x839 3706x 42180 1836 59x27 30x51 — —

Prospero b (14) 59 Jason Bridgman (Matamata) Temple view d (5) 59 Steve Hamill (Otaki) kipkeino td (3) 58.5 Lucy de Lautour (Waipukurau) vronskii h (8) 58.5 Jeff Lynds (Awapuni) mash (16) 58 Kevin Gray (Palm.North) La Duca mh (12) 57.5 Mike Breslin (Awapuni) mrs mac dm (6) 57.5 Paul Belsham (Wanganui) victor Alberto tm (4) 57.5 Kevin Gray (Palm.North) myminkcoat dh (7) 57 Gary Vile (Awapuni) Southern Secret dh (15) 57 Greg Lambert (Awapuni) Dinksta tdh (11) 57 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Little Akaloa (13) 57 John Sargent (Riccarton) St ransom dh (9) 57 Gary Vile (Awapuni) Chair up h (1) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) City Chic th (2) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) miss enders (10) 55.5 Warren Bolton (New Plymouth) Drift Ballroom

M cameron K Smith J Riddell d walsh l allpress H tinsley M d plessis B Grylls (a3) B lammas K Myers l innes d walker R Hannam n Harris J parkes SCRATCHED SCRATCHED

sundAy

Weather/track/Rail

3.30

Approved Plates off: Vincitore (R7) Concussion Plates (Front) off: Jazz After Dark (R1) Concussion Plates (Front) on: Vincitore (R7); Gee Gee Girl (R8) Hoof Pads (Front) off: Gee Gee Girl (R8) Lugging Bit off: Trundler (R1); Individual (R5) Norton Bit on: Trundler (R1); Individual (R5) Blinkers off: Trundler (R1); Barbara Jennie (R4); Individual (R5) Blinkers on: Mary Burke, Jazz After Dark, Lefta Centa (R1) Side Winkers off: Mary Burke (R1) Side Winkers on: Baltic (R1) Boots on: Sandfly (R7) Nose Band on: Baltic (R1) Tongue Tie on: Katriffic, Waitin Awhile (R5)

12.20

1 09x32 Gervasio (8) 58.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) c Johnson 2 270x4 evidence (17) 58.5 Brian Gliddon (Prebbleton) l McKay (a3) 3 38 Trundler b (11) 58.5 Emma Stackhouse (Woodend Beach) R Hannam 4 5 Dunroamin (16) 58.5 Neil Coulbeck (Leithfield) S wynne (a4) 5 Shadow Cat (9) 58.5 Phillip Andrews (Riccarton) J Bullard 6 458x6 Harden up Son (5) 57 L & R Didham (Riccarton) K williams 7 230x3 Sandy’s Girl (7) 56.5 Danny Frye (Balcairn) a Frye (a4) 8 228x6 mary Burke (6) 56.5 Russell McKay (Ashburton) t direen (a2) 9 2x487 Jazz After Dark (1) 56.5 Sharon Robertson (Riccarton) K c walters (a2) 10 3200 Nimbus Flight (18) 56.5 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) t Moseley 11 749x0 ruling Heights (3) 56.5 Kennedy/Furlong (Riccarton) S Muniandy (a) 12 2 my Fiancee (2) 55 Jason Bridgman (Rangiora) R Hutchings (a) emerGeNCieS 13 Cos i Can (10) 56.5 Mickle Weastell (Riccarton) 14 7 Annabel rose (14) 55 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) 15 9 king kong (4) 58.5 L & R Didham (Riccarton) 16 0 Something Good (13) 58.5 Robyn Chamberlain (Rangiora) 17 06x0 Lefta Centa (15) 56.5 Jan Hay (Ashburton) 18 0x7x0 Baltic (12) 58.5 Brian Gliddon (Prebbleton)

CanteRBuRy eQuine CliniC

H tinsley o Bosson d walsh a Morgan (a3) K Myers l allpress M d plessis M cameron l innes d walker

4.07

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

52969 0x794 08x66 63356 06614 23527 x0563

5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

52486 50100 31420 53422 — 369x9 8x739 12007 00356 700x8

3

Confused d (7) 59 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) Camo (5) 57 Bruce Smith (Amberley) Noeline (9) 56.5 Kathryn Thomson (Rangiora) China Bo Bo (6) 56.5 Terrill Charles (Ashburton) Fly my Pretty Prince Flight (1) 56 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) Consummate (2) 55.5 Kevin & Pam Hughes (Riccarton) Catalea (4) 54.5 Kathryn Thomson (Rangiora) Waiting (3) 54.5 Lisa Latta (Riccarton) Carlyon Bay td (8) 54 Kathryn Thomson (Rangiora)

linCOln MOtel

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

— 02499 — x0508 00x05 48336 x9520 04474

12.50

Race 1: GervASio, My Fiancee, HaRden Up Son Race 2: CoNSummATe, noeline, cHina Bo Bo Race 3: miSPATCH, pinawin, aRctic Fox Race 4: ACe HiGH, dadzadReaMeR, anna KaRenina Race 5: ASk me, ataaHUa dReaMin, KatRiFFic Race 6: Sir SiNGo, Kayleen, cHapelle d’oR Race 7: CAPiTAL DiAmoND, Go Go dinGo, dR dee Bee Race 8: SyLvie’S DreAm, BeRenice, eSqUina Race 9: CouP roCky roAD, SeMpeR plUS, GRooveR

Ace High d (2) 59 D & D Logan (Ruakaka) J Bullard Dadzadreamer d (4) 58.5 Kennedy/Furlong (Riccarton) R Hutchings (a) imthejoker m (3) 58.5 Thelma Foley (Phar Lap) t direen (a2) Browne Sugar (7) 55 Kevin & Pam Hughes (Riccarton) R Hannam Lifter (6) 54.5 Kevin James (Woodend Beach) K williams Barbara Jennie (5) 54 Emma Stackhouse (Woodend Beach) c Johnson Anna karenina (1) 54 Bryce Revell (New Plymouth) M tanaka

2.20

$8000, mdn, 1200m 1 45 Ataahua Dreamin (7) 58.5 Neill Ridley (Riccarton) 2 395 individual (8) 58.5 Emma Stackhouse (Woodend Beach) 3 8 God Send (2) 58.5 Jean Schluter (Rangiora) 4 45x05 Sipavino (5) 57 Kathryn Thomson (Rangiora) 5 2x39 katriffic (11) 56.5 T & M Stokes (Rangiora) 6 70230 Lizzie’s Girl (13) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) 7 Gallant Babe (4) 56.5 Danny Frye (Balcairn) 8 x9886 Halo may (3) 56.5 Michael Daly (Washdyke) 9 x6503 Ask me (1) 55 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) 10 3x4 Biddedo (6) 55 David Hutton (Timaru) 11 9 keynote (9) 55 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) 12 90 Waitin Awhile (10) 55 Russell McKay (Ashburton) emerGeNCieS 13 07x80 Pompei Cat (12) 58.5 Aaron Bidlake (Opaki) 14 — Shadow Cat

6

R Hutchings (a) R Hannam J Bullard t Moseley K c walters (a2) a Frye (a4) S Muniandy (a) c Johnson c Barnes (a3) M tanaka a McKay (a4) SCRATCHED

BeRkley stud

2.50

$8000, 3yo sw, 1400m 1 510x1 Sir Singo (1) 57.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) 2 75x Prince ransom (4) 57.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) 3 6 Hydraulic (7) 57.5 Kevin James (Woodend Beach) 4 6 Percy Possum (8) 57.5 Neill Ridley (Riccarton) 5 Alfie river (5) 57.5 Sarah Haisma (Rangiora) 6 2 kayleen (3) 55.5 Jason Bridgman (Rangiora) 7 3 Chapelle D’or (2) 55.5 Danny Frye (Balcairn) 8 Strawberry Blonde (6) 55.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton)

c Johnson B Moore (a2) K c walters (a2) S Muniandy (a) M tanaka R Hutchings (a) R Hannam p Shaikh (a4)

Banks Peninsula CuP

3.25

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1218x 2x612 42090 23x35 4235x 9x068 01x56 50885 62993 280x3 —

ya Dreamin Jonesy (2) 63 Graham Dobbs (Orari) Dr Dee Bee d (3) 61.5 Jan Hay (Ashburton) Foneeleven dm (4) 59.5 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) Go Go Dingo d (9) 58 Terri Rae (Riccarton) eleanor Coup b (7) 57 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) Capital Diamond b (5) 56.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni) Howbaddouneedit td (1) 56.5 T & M Stokes (Waikuku) Night Life dm (8) 56 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) vincitore td (6) 55.5 John Sargent (Riccarton) Court Dancer d (10) 55.5 Brian Court (Broadfield) Sandfly

t Moseley S wynne (a4) c lunn (a3) S Muniandy (a) c Johnson K c walters (a2) B Moore (a2) t direen (a2) c Barnes (a3) SCRATCHED

fReedOM faRMs HaPPy PiG

4.00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

01462 1 x09x1 90418 0x854 51230 519 909x7 —

9

Sylvie’s Dream td (5) 59 Kennedy/Furlong (Riccarton) esquina (7) 58 Jan Hay (Ashburton) Shes All Class (2) 58 Kelvin Hampton (Riccarton) Big idea mb (1) 57.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) itsaboutime (3) 57 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) Cheeky Tart (4) 56.5 David Hutton (Timaru) Berenice (6) 56 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) Gee Gee Girl d (8) 54.5 Terrill Charles (Ashburton) Gem Lover

teltRaC COMMuniCatiOns

R Hutchings (a) K williams t Moseley c Johnson B Moore (a2) c Barnes (a3) l allpress R Hannam SCRATCHED

4.35

$13,000, rating 75 benchmark, 1400m 1 2x193 Coup rocky road (1) 59 Terri Rae (Riccarton) J Bullard 2 44x40 Natkingcole (9) 59 Russell McKay (Ashburton) a McKay (a4) 3 752x0 xcelme td (4) 59 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) t Moseley 4 40317 Stormpatrol tdm (7) 58.5 Michael Pitman (Riccarton) c Johnson 5 023x5 Tough Nut (11) 58 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) K c walters (a2) 6 71x97 Semper Plus d (10) 56.5 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) S wynne (a4) 7 50385 Groover td (12) 56.5 Neil Coulbeck (Leithfield) t direen (a2) 8 4308x Pearl Dancer d (8) 56 Jan Hay (Ashburton) M tanaka 9 33158 Pazejan d (13) 55.5 Ross Beckett (Yaldhurst) c lunn (a3) 10 17317 Champagne eva (2) 55 Kennedy/Furlong (Riccarton) R Hutchings (a) 11 x9118 vite Celebre (15) 55 Phillip Andrews (Riccarton) R Hannam 12 2080x Locket (14) 54.5 Neill Ridley (Riccarton) K williams emerGeNCieS 13 1x070 o’Faberge (6) 55.5 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) 14 16x80 ugo Boss d (5) 55.5 Emma Stackhouse (Woodend Beach) 15 44256 Tricatchme (3) 55.5 Lisa Latta (Awapuni)

Riverton harness Ascot Park Raceway Jetbet 8

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TAB doubles 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10. Quaddie 7-8-9-10.

1

tsk wHite ltd PaCe

12.35

$6000, 3yo+ f&m non winners mobile, 1700m. c Jonson J Bullard M tanaka t Moseley SCRATCHED c lunn (a3) S Muniandy (a) K williams R Hutchings (a)

1.20

Squash SCRATCHED my Sydney Boy (4) 58.5 Terrill Charles (Ashburton) J Bullard ourmanstan SCRATCHED Jimmy The one (6) 58.5 E G Low (Riccarton) K c walters (a2) mister Spiderman (8) 58.5 T & L Prendergast (West Melton) R Hutchings (a) mispatch (5) 56.5 Mike McCann (Riccarton) S Muniandy (a) What’s New b (2) 56.5 John Sargent (Riccarton) R Hannam Arctic Fox (3) 56.5 Mark Harris (Tuahiwi) t Moseley

Banks Peninsula Selections

1.50

GRaHaM COnsultinG

$8000, rating 65 benchmark*, 2200m

$8000, mdn, 2200m a Morgan (a3) d nolan J Riddell c Johnson v Johnston J parkes B lammas

awanui fOOds

$12,000, rating 65 benchmark fillies and mares*, 1400m

Gear Changes

2

c Johnson

$9000, rating 85 benchmark, 2200m

8

Fine/Dead (5)/True.

tai taPu HOtel

K williams M tanaka t direen (a2) a McKay (a4)

$9000, rating 85 benchmark, 1400m

TAB doubles 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Trebles 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9. Quaddie 6-7-8-9.

1

4

7

banks Peninsula races Motukarara Jetbet 6

9 04 Pinawin (1) 56.5 J & K Parsons (Balcairn) 10 x6089 Te Namu (10) 56.5 Kathryn Thomson (Rangiora) 11 9808 Wawcot (7) 56.5 Michael Daly (Washdyke) 12 0x67 Bonny Spring (11) 55 Russell McKay (Ashburton) emerGeNCy 13 80060 Burning Love (9) 56.5 Tracey Richards (Sefton)

4.41

$50,000, opn hcp listed, 2100m

$8000, mdn, 1400m

feildinG HOtel HandiCaP

Feilding Selections

$12,500, mdn, 1300m 524x2 3x 020 08508 9 399x7

1.12

13x89 23695 0x353 170x2 7565x x777x 95x70 0x68x

$12,500, rating 65 benchmark*, 1400m

Fine/Good (3)/True.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

d walsh SCRATCHED

PRatt QuaRRies HandiCaP

8

Weather/Track/Rail 1

d walker M dravitzki (a3) J Riddell B lammas H tinsley M d plessis B Grylls (a3) n Harris l allpress a Morgan (a3) J parkes K Smith v Johnston K Myers c Johnson l innes SCRATCHED R Hannam

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

$25,000, opn hcp, 1400m

feilding races awapuni Jetbet 4

12.38

$12,500, mdn, 1600m

7

12.55

$7000, mdn, 1580m

3

callmelou (7) 58.5 John Revell (Te Aroha) P turner (a1) reilly starr (9) 58.5 Anne Herbert (Cambridge) R Jones stirling Bridge (13) 58.5 Michael Wallace (Cambridge) m Sweeney Fade to Black (6) 58.5 Anne Herbert (Cambridge) m Coleman celtic star h (12) 57 Robert Priscott (Te Awamutu) l Satherley centre point (2) 56.5 Stephen McKee (Ardmore) S Spratt already perfect h (5) 56.5 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) C grylls Morning oil h (4) 56.5 K & B Hawtin (Te Awamutu) v Colgan Bellazeel (11) 56.5 Roger James (Cambridge) a Calder champagne girl (10) 56.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata) S Doyle samphire (3) 56.5 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) R hutchings (a) coat du roan (8) 55 Leo Molloy (Byerley Pk Karaka) S Shirahama (a2) chapel Bells h (1) 55 Peter Hollinshead (Te Awamutu) R norvall SCRATCHED natassja Kinski

1 4x the Mig h (5) 58.5 Scott Wenn (Te Aroha) R norvall 2 Wickedly (8) 58.5 Margaret Brake (Te Awamutu) m Sweeney 3 34x84 Wolf King (4) 57 G & D Rogerson (Hamilton) R hutchings (a) 4 5825x shaky h (1) 57 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) D hain SCRATCHED 5 — perfect Flow SCRATCHED 6 — Kontiki 7 0 little Wonder (11) 57 Stephen McKee (Ardmore) 8 Manny (13) 57 Anne Herbert (Cambridge) J Waddell 9 Brisayus (6) 56.5 Jim Pender (Tauranga) m Coleman 10 lordmellaysgift h (12) 56.5 G & M Sanders (Te Awamutu) m Wenn SCRATCHED 11 — Flamboyant 12 heart of hearts (10) 55 Stephen McKee (Ardmore) S Spratt 13 — our pink Diamond SCRATCHED SCRATCHED 14 — velocity eMergencies 15 6x7 going places (7) 55 Stephen Curtis (Te Awamutu) C Dell (a2) 16 70 Zandria (3) 56.5 K & G Opie (Te Aroha) SCRATCHED 17 — Big Bang Baby 18 80x reine rouge h (9) 55 K & B Hawtin (Te Awamutu) D Johnson 19 0x89x posh tiger (2) 56.5 Andrew Scott (Matamata)

approved plates (hind) on: Kasumi (R7) approved plates off: Kasumi (R7) Bar plates (Front) on: Kasumi (R7) concussion 8 plates (Front) on: Saint Columbu (R9) standard Bit off: Viva 1 La Vida (R1); Sinead (R9) standard Bit on: The Mig, Wolf 2 King (R5) lugging Bit on: Viva La Vida (R1); Sinead (R9) 3 4 lugging Bit off: The Mig, Wolf King (R5); Rioaviador (R9) 5 6 tongue control Bit on: Rioaviador (R9) Blinkers off: Viva 7 8 La Vida (R1); Fade To Black, Champagne Girl (R4); Rough 9 10 Odds, Charma (R7); Saint Columbu, Ted’ll Do (R9) Blinkers 11 12 on: Valley Diamond (R6); Street Party, Rioaviador (R9) side 13 Winkers off: High Roller (R1); Valley Diamond (R6); Our Zara (R8); Rioaviador (R9) side Winkers on: Viva La Vida (R1) ear 9 covers on: Viva La Vida (R1) nasal strip on: Captain Marvel 1 (R8); Rioaviador (R9) nose Band on: Ted’ll Do (R9) tongue 2 3 tie off: Rioaviador (R9) 4

95x59 52810 0x813 25x19 00x43 1480x 30304 77576 6755x 70570

34582 0x5x 7 70x 65x25 244x3 03x24 896x2 08x 00x 5x807 07623 80 —

5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Fine/Good (3)/True.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2.06

$15,000, opn, 1150m

Weather/Track/Rail

1

eCOlab

7

$8000, rating 65 benchmark*, 1400m

$7000, 3yo+ non winners mobile, 1950m. 1 00x06 caesar fr (1) Wendy Stevenson (Ashburton) 2 3x245 Mexicano fr (2) Ray Green (Huapai) 3 7 incomparable fr (3) Marty Larter (West Melton) 4 38x50 arma legend fr (4) Robbie Holmes (Leithfield Beach) 5 72 Mashika fr (5) Jamie Keast (Weedons)

J Curtin B orange

Why GO anyWheRe else hCP tROt 9.50

$12,500, 5 or more wins special, 2600m. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

R todd (J) D Dunn S Smolenski SCRATCHED C Defilippi S mcnally a Butt R may

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2

8697x 27 7x638 07005 74x53 95x92 3x0 08x80 57324

robyn’s Christian fr (1) Kirk Larsen (Branxholme) Christy Breanna fr (2) Tony Barron (Makarewa) Currahee fr (3) Alister Black (Invercargill) Neat N Petite fr (4) Doug McLachlan (Myross Bush) Battle on fr (5) Maurice Kerr (Gore) Beaudiene Beyonce fr (6) Hamish Hunter (Ryal Bush) kates Back fr (7) Tom Kilkelly (Tisbury) rosie Lindenny fr (8) Tony Stratford (Invercargill) Shiloh Franco fr (9) Ken McRae (Waimumu)

K larsen n williamson a Black c Ferguson (J) M Kerr S walkinshaw K Barclay d dunn R Swain

daGwOOd daGGinG HandiCaP tROt 1.05 $6000, 3yo+ up to 1 win special, 2700m.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

65577 2 30055 80 80x0p x2886 9623x

Conrock fr (1) Margaret McAuley (Otautau) M Mcauley rapid Sequence fr (2) Clark Barron (Rakauhauka) c Barron Holly elizabeth fr (3) John Hay (Ashburton) M Hay American Holiday fr (4) Doug McLachlan (Myross Bush) B Morris Three Strangers fr (5) Brian Norman (Owaka) B norman Speedy Success fr (6) Alan Clark (Mosgiel) a clark Gentle Georgia fr (U1) Leith & Tim Robertson (Makarewa) t Robertson (J)

Riverton Selections Race 1: BeAuDieNe BeyoNCe, cHRiSty BReanna, SHiloH FRanco Race 2: JACCkA Creek, StaRliGHt invaSion, Holly elizaBetH Race 3: ZeST PHiLLy, Royal iMpReSSion, tHRill FactoR Race 4: SoNiA eLLeN, tHe UltiMate Kina, JeRRy Fitz Race 5: ALi FoyLe, attacK Mac, tHe witcH doctoR Race 6: TreASure HuNTer, windeRMeRe lad, el diaBlo Race 7: TeD WeST, UltiMate playeR, BetteR to Be Bad Race 8: THe Fiery GiNGA, MaKaRewa lil, SUnnivUe ted Race 9: roWCHeSTer, expReSSioniSt, JoHn paUl JoneS Race 10: exTreme TimeS, Knapdale lady, cliFton ventURe


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Ferrer back to defend Open title The defending champion and fifth best player in the world, a former world No 7, and one of the top newcomers to this year’s tour have all been confirmed for next year’s Heineken Open. David Ferrer, a three-time Heineken Open champion, will be top billing for the tournament after a superb season which has seen him claim six titles - three more than any other year. The 30-year-old Spaniard has also been Mr Consistency in the Grand Slams this season, making the quarter-finals or semi-finals in all four. His best result saw him topple Andy Murray at the French Open. New Heineken Open tournament director Karl Budge said the world No5 had again shown his loyalty to the Auckland tournament by returning for his eighth appearance. “David has now won three Heineken Opens - equalling Kiwi great Onny Parun. “If he can also claim next year’s title he will emulate the feats of Australian legend Roy Emerson in the 1960s. That will be a special day in the tournament’s history.” After his victory in Auckland, Ferrer went on to claim titles in Buenos Aires in February, Acapulco in March, s-Hertogenbosch in June, Bastad in July and just last week he won his home town tournament - the Valencia Open. After his Bastad victory, he became the first player to reach 50 match wins this year.

Joining Ferrer at next year’s Heineken Open will be former world No7 Mardy Fish. The 30-year-old American, now ranked 26, has won six career titles, collected an Olympic silver medal in Athens and made the Wimbledon quarter-finals last year when his world ranking peaked at seven. “Last year he was playing in the ATP World Tour finals after a great season,” said Budge. Fish last played in Auckland six years ago. “Funnily enough Mardy lost in 2007 to the eventual champion David Ferrer in the semi-finals.” “He’s an all-court player with a strong net game, which will certainly add variety to an event normally dominated by the baseliners.” In addition to the two heavyweights, ATP newcomer David Goffin has also confirmed he’ll be coming to Auckland. The Belgian took a set off Roger Federer at Roland Garros in the round of 16, and afterwards the Swiss master said Goffin was “very talented” and that “he can go far”. “He’s got great potential in terms of his touch and the way he reads the game. He takes a backhand early and he absorbs pace really well, [especially] from the baseline,” said Federer. The 21-year-old started the year ranked 174 in the world but after Challenger wins in La Gosier in March and in Orleans (France) in September, Goffin quickly moved to a ranking of 42. - APNZ

• Evans quick in GP2 Newly crowned GP3 champion Mitch Evans showed good pace in his first official testing of a GP2 car during two days at the Barcelona circuit in Spain this week. The 18-year-old Kiwi quickly adapted to the dramatic increase in power from GP3 to GP2. “It was a big step up from GP3 but I got the hang of it quickly,” Evans said. “The engine has so much more grunt. My first impression was that it was an absolute animal. On the first day it seemed the car was more in control of me than I was in control of the car, but I settled in well and I think we were really competitive.” - APNZ

• Orica sacks White

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One of the vintage speedway race cars that came out of retirement for the first hot rod and vintage race day at the Ashburton Speedway.

Vintage rods hit the track By Jonathan Leask Some classic cars get an opportunity to cruise the clay as the Ashburton Speedway hosts their second Hot Rod and Vintage Race Day tomorrow. It’s a double-day weekend on the dirt track with the classics cruising tomorrow and the regulars racing on Sunday. “It is certainly going to be a big weekend and hopefully the weather will be kind,” Ashburton Speedway’s

Fiona Moffitt said. “We have the return of the vintage cars and the hot rods which is shaping as a rather big day. “The vintage cars are the old style speedway cars that we don’t race anymore and there are quite a few floating around, and hot rods have a big following and we have people coming from all over the South Island.” The vintage cars will come out of retirement ready to roar around the track but some of the hot rods might be hesitant.

Moffit knew that a large number of hot rods had registered to come but said she knew some would only make as far as the car park and be content with simply being on display. “It is basically like a big hot rod rally but they also have the chance to have a go on the track. “Quite a few will and as long as they don’t go too crazy the cars only cop a bit of dirt.” With the hot rods in need of a wash and the vintage cars back in retirement, Sunday’s session on

the track sees the regular racers, but with a something just a little different. “We have the modified V8s down from Christchurch and they haven’t been seen for a few years, but and we have a full field so that’s something different and exciting,” Moffitt said. There will be grand prix racing for the six shooters and the production cars, while the other grades will have to be content with collecting points towards the end of season tally.

Dorie looking to Lauriston ready to cement title claims climb off the canvas By Jonathan Leask By Jonathan Leask

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David Ferrer returns to the Auckland for the eighth time in January.

Williams’ on tour US tennis star Serena Williams hopes her African tour with elder sister Venus will encourage athletes on the continent to strive for excellence in their sport. The pair, who have won a combined 22 major women’s singles championships, are in Nigeria before heading to South Africa today, in a two-country visit to promote women’s rights. “We would definitely love to see more athletes come out of Africa,” Serena told journalists.

“We were able to break the mould in a sport that was just really dominated by white people and to have a face of colour that can come in and dominate (shows) it doesn’t matter what your background is and where you come from,” she said. Serena, 31, has visited other African nations before, while Venus, 32, landed on the continent for the first time on Tuesday. “I’ve always wanted to come here,” said the elder Williams sister.  - AFP

With the opening round washed out and only one round completed, just who the title contenders are in open A grade tennis is still up for discussion, however round three could provide some early answers tomorrow. Round two winners Hampstead and Methven square off in round three of the open grade tennis competition. Hampstead had a strong 5-1 victory over Tinwald last week while Methven edged out Fairton on sets 7-6, and how they go against each other will provide an insight into just how close or far apart the competition is. In the Hampstead camp the new addition Deeley boys, Tom and Ben, combined well with Joseph Langley and William Blacklow in last week’s round. Methven, led by Jayden Cromie, cleaned up in the doubles before only A grade debutant James Watt won in the singles, but Cromie picked up a valuable set in his three set loss to Peter Withers. While Hampstead and Methven chase win number two, Fairton

Fairton and Allenton are looking for their first wins and Allenton are looking for their first wins. Fairton were one set shy after Withers, Rebecca Robinson and Toby Thomas all claimed single wins but without a win in the doubles were on the back foot. Allenton faced last year’s top team Dorie first up featuring Mid Canterbury’s top player Rhys Cromie, and were also without a win in the doubles. Based on last week the two sides seem evenly matched. With the win over Allenton’s Jason Feutz, Rhys Cromie continued his unbeaten run in singles matches, stretching back past last season, and guided Dorie to a strong start which again has them touted as a title contender. Tinwald were without Simon Jordan and were found wanting against Hampstead. With Cromie’s Dorie up next they will want to lift or they will certainly be winless heading into the fourth round.

White facing bowling’s big guns By Jonathan Leask The Lowry Cup is one of the most fiercely contested bowling trophies in Mid Canterbury. Tomorrow the quest for the cup begins with 38 men and come Sunday afternoon only one will remain. The cup is the premier men’s open singles event and over two days the 38 big guns from around the clubs of Mid Canterbury get whittled down to one. Bruce White is back to defend his title. A beaten finalist on four occa-

sions White overcame Craig Carter last year to claim his first title. Carter is absent from the tournament entry list this year, but there are plenty of candidates in the field lining up to take the cup off White’s hands. Knocked out in the qualifying round last year Peter Collins will be back on the greens to chase a fifth Lowry Cup, having won four times in the past nine seasons. Michael Lawson is another previous Lowry Cup winner staking his claims. Gavin Eder went down to White in last year’s semi-finals while

Michael Grice, Darryn Turner and Tony Inwood were all quarterfinalists, with Inwood the runnerup two years ago. There is also a number of potential first time winners in the field. This year the Lowry Cup will be done over one weekend with the qualifying taking place tomorrow at the Ashburton and Tinwald bowling clubs, before the final 12 return to the Ashburton Green on Sunday for the knockout rounds. Right: Defending Lowry Cup champ Bruce White has a quality field to contend with this weekend.

How do you come back from being all out for 18? That is the question hanging over Lauriston ahead of the third round of Mid Canterbury senior cricket’s Pritchard Shield tomorrow. Lauriston suffered one of the worst capitulations in Mid Canerbury senior cricket history hammered by 180 runs last week when they were skittled for 18 chasing Coldstream’s 198. It’s a double-edged sword, as Lauriston was also the first team to conceded triple figures in what is proving a low scoring start to the summer. But 18 is beyond low scoring. “It’s a game I don’t really want to think back on,” Lauriston’s Nick Gilbert said. “Our bowling wasn’t bad but our batting was woeful and the result was embarrassing. “We were missing Bevan Richan who has become a key part of our team but that no excuse. We still possessed a deep batting line-up with a lot of experienced guys.” The problem’s not what happened, it’s if and how they respond, but it doesn’t get any easier for Lauriston.

The Sharks started their campaign in emphatic fashion with a 10 wicket win over the Tech Stags, and will be circling around a wounded Lauriston. “They have a lot of bowling talent across the board, but we just need some self-discipline and not try to score off every ball,” Gilbert said. Fairfield host Methven with both teams after a first win. Fairfield is without a win following two low scoring losses, their most recent was a one run defeat to Allenton when they played a man short. Their bowling department has been getting the job done but the batting is coming up short, although last week they were a man short as well as one run. Methven comes off the bye having been well beaten first up by Allenton, also failing to deliver with the bat and leaving too much work for the bowlers. Allenton scraped home against a 10-man Fairfield, but will fancy their chances of claiming a third straight win when they host the Tech Stags. Neither side has managed to pass 100 this season but the Stags have been beaten on both occasions, batting first twice, while Allenton has managed to win.

Australian road cycling team Orica-GreenEDGE have announced the sacking of team director Matt White. His dismissal comes a fortnight after he also lost his part-time role with Cycling Australia as their professional men’s coordinator. White was stood down from the Orica-GreenEDGE and national roles in October after he confessed to doping during his professional career. He made the confession following the release of evidence in the Lance Armstrong doping case that has rocked the sport. White was mentioned in the report and he confessed to doping while riding for Armstrong’s US Postal. OricaGreenEDGE also announced a review of their anti-doping policies and procedures. - AAP

• Support for Jeronimo Adelaide United players have rallied around Argentine attacker Jeronimo Neumann to shield him from the fallout of the A-League’s diving controversy. Neumann’s team-mates believe the striker hasn’t been adversely affected by being branded a cheat by Wellington Phoenix for an alleged dive last Saturday. “I don’t think it will affect him at all. If you look into our training, he’s his normal self and enjoying it,” Adelaide’s Dario Vidosic said. “In football, these things always happen and, in the end, a decision was made and I think it was the correct decision. He has got all our support.” Neumann was called a cheat by Phoenix’ Andrew Durante for diving.- AAP

• Watson aiming high He is 63 years old, ranked No.900 in the world and hasn’t won a non-Seniors event in almost a decade and a half. But try telling golfing great Tom Watson he can’t win next month’s Australian Open in Sydney. “I think it’s worth a few dollars on me. What are my odds now?” Watson said yesterday. “My form is pretty good right now. I’ve been practising quite hard and getting ready. I should be in pretty good form, I think.” The eight-times major winner said he’d been surveying the Lakes course on the internet and insisted his first-time appearance at the venue would be anything but ceremonial. Watson, who lost the British Open in a playoff at 59 three years ago, hoped the relative shortness of The Lakes would improve his chances of springing quite the boilover. - AAP

• Harden, Lin in form Jeremy Lin was a winner in his NBA debut with the Houston Rockets, but it was fellow newcomer James Harden who lifted the squad in a 10596 away triumph over Detroit yesterday. The Rockets obtained Harden on Saturday in a deal with Oklahoma City and signed a five-year contract extension worth a reported $US80 million with Houston only hours before he took the court with his new - AFP team-mates.

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Folau quits AFL after one season Star rugby league convert Israel Folau has confirmed he will leave the AFL after one year with Greater Western Sydney. The 23-year-old fronted a Greater Western Sydney news conference yesterday to announce he was leaving the club. Folau announced in June, 2010 he was joining the Giants and he played 13 games for them this year in their debut AFL season.

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He had minimal on-field impact, but securing Folau was a marketing coup for the AFL and their latest expansion team. Giants chief executive David Matthews said the club supported the decision. Folau quit the Giants with two years left on his lucrative contract. His departure will also fuel speculation that the Giants will make a big play for former Adelaide key forward Kurt Tippett.

Matthews said they regarded Tippett as an “independent consideration” to Folau’s departure. He added the Giants had been in touch with Tippett’s management for several weeks. Given Tippett’s preferred trade to Sydney will not happen, Matthews said GWS will renew their push to sign him.  - AAP

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Kerr-Barlow living the dream New All Blacks squad member Tawera Kerr-Barlow didn’t get much sleep on Wednesday night. The 22-year old Waikato halfback was kept awake by the thought of joining up with his All Blacks teammates for the first time, and as he prepared to depart with his idols on their end of year tour to Europe he had the glint in his eye of a young man living out his dream. “I was like a kid in a candy store getting kitted out in all my All Blacks gear, and I’m probably still containing myself, but inside I’m jumping around,” Kerr-Barlow said. “Last night I think I was more nervous than before I play a football match, but today was probably one of the coolest days of my life.” Named as one of three halfbacks in the All Blacks’ 32-man squad to tour Europe for a month, KerrBarlow could overtake Piri Weepu as the second best halfback by the end of the tour, if he takes his chances overseas like he did for the Chiefs in the Super 15. The former Hamilton Boys High School student hopes to force his way past test incumbents Aaron Smith and Weepu to get a start in at least one of the four scheduled tests against Scotland, Italy, Wales and England.

New All Black Tawera Kerr-Barlow “I’m just going to soak up everything here, learn all the moves and do the business on the paddock. “I have to try to remain calm and not let the occasion overwhelm me, but words can’t express how excited I am at the moment.” “For me, just to put on the jersey and go out there and hear the anthem and do the haka will be amazing. But I’m looking forward to soaking up the atmosphere over there too.” Kerr Barlow said he had been caught off guard by the introduction of the International Rugby Board law amendment which has removed the call ‘pause’ from the setting of a scrum, in order to minimise resets because of collapsed scrums. “Yea that got me at training actually.

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“The first time I was off balance when they engaged but after a while you just get used to it and it will probably be the biggest challenge for the props and second rowers.” Kerr-Barlow admitted not knowing much about the European opposition the All Blacks will come up against but is determined to make the most of the opportunities handed to him, on and off the field. “I used to watch a lot of old tapes I had of the ‘99 World Cup which was played over there and I’m really looking forward to soaking up what looks like a great atmosphere. “I’m an avid reader and quite a few books I have read are about Rome so I’m quite excited to go and seeing the Coliseum and a bit of history too.” It seems that every aspect of Kerr-Barlow’s new world is greeted with open arms and a wide smile and his day was made complete by the standard of hospitality provided on his first day of camp. “I have to watch myself with the food, I have come in for a couple of the camps and the food has been brilliant. “I just had a meeting with the nutritionist and he laid down the law. But I am looking forward to the first lunch of the tour today.”- NZH

Who said it? “Love is playing every game as if it’s your last.”

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Perry ‘just a country boy’ Tim Perry may be the latest addition to the Blues Super 15 rugby team’s propping stocks, but he wasn’t always a willing front rower. Perry, 24, is a Mid Canterbury export who started his career with the Rakaia Rugby Club and last played for the club in 2010 before deciding to try his luck in Tasman – a move which ultimately brought him to the attention of the Blues selectors and resulted in him signing his first Super Rugby contract. But in 2010, Perry rarely turned out in the number one jersey for Rakaia. Instead, he was used mainly as a number eight. According to the side’s player/ coach from 2010 Craig Dunlea – a prop himself – Perry was a bit disheartened and not sure where he wanted to take his rugby at that point. “He didn’t want to play prop so we got him in at number eight, then he came back in the front row for Mid Canterbury,” Dunlea said. “He was always a pretty tall boy as it was and it was just more the fact of getting him back playing. “Everyone could see his potential and knew what his potential was and he eventually realised he wanted to have a decent crack at it.” A no-frills country lad, Perry isn’t one to get caught up in all the hype. On the day he was named in the squad, he was at home on the

Tim Perry getting among the tough stuff for the Tasman Makos farm thinking about an afternoon out hunting. “He was brought up on a farm and he’s just a country boy. He’s at home in the country and pig hunting up in the hills,” Dunlea said. But he’s confident Perry will adapt to city life once he gets into the swing of training. Perry will move to Auckland at the end of the month ready for pre-season training. Rakaia Rugby Club president Mark Boag has also known Perry for

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Jono Print gets in some net practice on the grass as Mid Canterbury prepares to battle their southern neighbours.

Biggar challengers ‘confident’ By Jonathan Leask Dan Murari is the only new face in the Mid Canterbury senior cricket team for their first game against South Canterbury for the Ron Biggar Memorial on Sunday. Coach Richard Pithey has named a youthful line-up, but Murari is the only new cap in the side looking to prise the Ron Biggar Memorial Trophy from South Canterbury. “It is a young side but we had most of them in the team last year, so they have an extra year of experience,” Pithey said. “We haven’t won the Biggar Memorial for a quite a few years but I think this is a team that can do the job.” South Canterbury has taken the honours for the last six seasons but Mid Canterbury has been getting closer with a 14 run loss in Ashburton two seasons ago, and last year they were nine runs short. Seven players remain in the 12

from last year while Murari could easily have been in the opposition, playing a handful of games for South Canterbury last season out of the Timaru Cricket Club. “Originally from India we all call him Dan but his real name is Dhananjaya,” Pithey said. “He played for South Canterbury last year but moved up here for work but currently travels to Dunedin each weekend to play his club cricket.” Murari will slot into the top order, where he scored 66 in a preseason match against a strong Canterbury Country last month, and will open the batting with former Canterbury under 18 representative Ben Ward. “Ben has just returned from the UK where I understand he had a pretty successful season.” Jono Print scored a century in his Hawke Cup debut earlier this year and has recorded the highest score at club level so far this season. The bowling department will be

spearheaded by Richard Print, coming off a five wicket bag last weekend and Bevan Ravenscroft. Ravenscroft played three of the Hawke Cup matches last summer taking 16 wickets. Jack McDonald was set to return to Mid Canterbury bringing his express pace but a knee injury has seen batsman Scott Maher promoted from 12th man duties. Captain and wicket keeper Matt Winter will still have plenty of options able to call upon with seamers Jason Morrison, Des Kruger and Matt Tait. Another former Canterbury under 18 representative, Tom Meyrick, offers a quality off-spin option and Murarai is also a leg spin option. The annual 50 over fixture gets under way at the Ashburton Domain Oval at 10.30am Sunday.

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much of his rugby playing life, and said he always had the potential to make it big. Perry began playing for Rakaia at under-8 level and went through to the under-13s before going to St Andrews in Christchurch. When he returned to Mid Canterbury he again pulled on the blue of Rakaia, last turning out for the side in 2010 before moving to Tasman with the hope of making the Tasman Makos. He did that and this year became a regular starter, catching the eye of more than one Super Rugby franchise. Boag said Perry’s naming in the Blues squad was a proud day for the club. Perry’s dad Grant Perry – a former All Black – and his uncle Bruce Perry are still on the Rakaia club committee and now it looks like another Perry is about to get his picture on the clubroom walls. Boag said Perry had been involved in Canterbury rugby academies as he grew up and he always had the potential to go places. “He’s always been a big lad, all through the grades. “He was always one of the standout players,” Boag said. “He’s a big boy. He’s the ideal size and with the coaching he’ll get at that level I don’t see any reason why he can’t go on to bigger things.” Boag said props didn’t reach their prime until they were around 30 years old, so at 24, Perry had plenty to offer.

Mid Canterbury: Dan Murari, Ben Ward, Jono Print, Des Kruger , Matt Winter (wk/ capt), Jason Morrison, Tom Meyrick, Matt Tait, Richard Print, Bevan Ravenscroft, Scott Maher.

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13 OVERNIGHT MIN 3

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16 OVERNIGHT MIN 4

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Midnight Tonight

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Wind less than km/h 30

MAX

MONDAY: Showers and cold southerlies.

AKAROA

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Canterbury High Country

SUNDAY: Fine. Light winds.

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LINCOLN

Canterbury Plains

TODAY: High cloud, and strong gusty northwesterlies. TOMORROW: Morning rain to fine spells. Southerlies die out later.

CHRISTCHURCH

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Ashburton Forecast

30 to 59

Auckland Hamilton Napier Palmerston North Wellington Nelson Blenheim Greymouth Christchurch Timaru Queenstown Dunedin Invercargill

High cloud, and strong northwesterlies, gale gusting 100 km/h in exposed inland places. Rain developing overnight as winds change southerly, strong at first about the coast.

TOMORROW Morning rain, then fine spells. Cold southerlies dying out in the evening.

60 plus

SUNDAY morning min max

cloudy fine fine fine cloudy fine fine rain fine fine showers showers rain

12 11 14 11 11 11 10 7 7 4 2 5 3

19 20 25 20 16 19 22 15 22 22 17 21 17

Fine with early morning frosts. Light winds.

MONDAY

NZ Situation

An active trough over the South Island moves over the remainder of the country tomorrow, followed by a southwest flow. A cold front spreads north over southern and eastern areas on Monday.

Showers and cold southerlies developing during the morning.

TUESDAY Showers clearing and becoming fine. Southerlies dying out.

FZL: Lowering to 2000m

Rain near the divide, some heavy falls. Further east, high cloud and a few spots of rain. Rain becoming widespread at night. Snow lowering to 1600m. Wind at 1000m: Severe gale NW 100 km/h, easing at night. Wind at 2000m: Severe gale NW 130 km/h, easing at night.

TOMORROW

FZL: Lowering to 1000m

Morning snow, then fine spells and isolated snow flurries. Wind at 1000m: NW changing S 30 km/h early morning. Wind at 2000m: NW gales easing in the morning, then changing SW 40 km/h.

SUNDAY Fine. Light winds at low levels, westerlies about the tops.

MONDAY Showers, with snow to 700 metres, and cold southerlies developing during the morning.

TUESDAY Showers clearing and becoming fine. Southerlies dying out.

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River Levels

cumecs

Rakaia Fighting Hill (NIWA) at 1:45 pm, yesterday Nth Ashburton at 2:00 pm, yesterday Sth Ashburton at 9:45 am, yesterday Rangitata Klondyke at 9:00 am, yesterday

193.1 11.6 15.0 133.4

Source: Environment Canterbury

Canterbury Readings

to 4pm yesterday

max

Ashburton Airport

min grass 16 hour Nov 2012 min to date to date

Temperatures °C

Rainfall mm

Wind km/h

max gust

26.4

9.0

5.6

0.0

0.0 646.3

NW 41

Christchurch Airport 18.9

8.9

7.2

0.0

0.0 579.6

NE 37

Timaru Airport

8.4

0.0

0.0 534.4

W 43

Average

19.3

Average

7.9

18.8

8.0

27.3

Average

5.8

17.6

5.4

6.0

4

576

3

540

4

428

Tides, Sun, Moon and Fishing m am 3 3

6

Friday

9 noon 3

6

9 pm am 3

6

Saturday 9 noon 3

6

9 pm am 3

6

Sunday 9 noon 3

6

9 pm

2 1 0

12:34 6:53 1:02 7:08 1:19 7:38 1:48 7:55 2:07 8:24 2:37 8:46 The times shown are for the Ashburton River mouth. For the Rangitata river mouth subtract 16 minutes and for the Rakaia river mouth subtract 6 minutes.

Rise 6:13 am Set 8:21 pm

Fair

Fair fishing

Set 8:03 am Rise 11:27 pm

Last quarter

7 Nov

1:37 pm

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Rise 6:11 am Set 8:22 pm

Fair

Fair fishing

Set 8:51 am

New moon

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Rise 6:10 am Set 8:24 pm

Good

Good fishing

Rise 12:12 am Set 9:44 am

First quarter

21 Nov 3:33 am

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