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Just weeks into her first term in office, mayor Donna Favel has tagged increasing police numbers across the Ashburton District as one of her top priorities. Statistics indicate that Ashburton is under resourced in terms of the national recommended policing level – one to every 500 people and she’s about to put pressure on police minister Judith Collins to have this addressed. “I’m in the process of writing to the minister and I’ve spoken to our MP Jo

Goodhew. This is about community safety,” she said. Favel is keen to re-establish a late night forum that involved Safer Ashburton, police and community groups and intends to have ongoing dialogue with those groups about ways to make the district a safer place to live. Favel said she also talked regularly with Ashburton police boss Senior Sergeant Scott Banfield and, while her focus was on upping police numbers in the district, it was also on making sure the policing environment is a safe one for

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■ ASHBURTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

Competition under threat By Colin EngElBrECht Colin.E@thEguardian.Co.nz

The long cherished Ashburton Horticultural Society Gardening Competition is under threat. Joy Jaine, president of the Horticultural Society, said this year there may not be enough entries to run the competition. The competition has been running for over 60 years but dwindling numbers has been a concern recently. “If we don’t get a better response this could well be the last year. “It’s been [running] quite some time, we’re reluctant to not do it but if we don’t have the entries then we don’t have a competition,” she said. The end of the annual competition would be a loss of over a decade’s worth of history in the community for the 135-year-old society. Jaine said for the competition to be judged four very experienced horticulturists are brought down from Christchurch. However, with low numbers it is hard to justify getting the judges to make the trip to Ashburton. Daphne and her husband Jim Allison have been participating in the competition for around 55 years and will be sad to see it go. “We won our first competition when my daughter was 14 months old, now she’s around 50,” she said. However, she said the numbers have been decreasing for a while and it’s becoming harder to justify the time and money put in by society members when

Daphne and her husband Jim Allison stand outside the front of their garden, which has won many awards over the years. PHOTO COLIN ENGELBRECHT 231116-CE-0106 there are only a few entrants. For the competition to survive, Allison said there needed to be more new people taking part. She said now is also the time to get planting if competitors want to be in time for the competition, which ends in February 2017. Entry details for the competition will be advertised in mid-

December through the society’s secretary, Jaine said. There are a number of categories which gardens can be judged for, including best lawn, town houses and flats, open grade, premiere and new garden. Jaine said the new garden category, involving gardens that have never competed before, is

the most desired category at the moment. Winners of each category receive a trophy and a monetary prize. The 2016 winner in the Premiere category was Cheryl and Ed Dowler, who had eight previous premiere awards for their Balmoral Place garden.

Mayor pushing for more police staff numbers From P1 Rather, the call for more police was about ensuring the community had a better response time to incidents and that the police themselves were not put under

impossible pressure, she said. “The police in our district are well trained and they’re committed to the community.” Earlier this year Banfield said that staff numbers in the district

were at the approved level, but agreed they fell well short of the demand for services. This was compounded by the large area officers were required to cover, he said.

Staffing numbers might double at the weekend but the size of the district meant staff could be called to travel from one side of the district to the other to attend back-to-back incidents, he said.

Clarkson to retire as ANZCO head A name familiar to Mid Canterbury farmers will disappear from ANZCO Foods’ company directory in March next year when Mark Clarkson retires as chief executive. Clarkson joined ANZCO in 1991 as general manager of Five Star Beef and its Wakanui feedlot. He was chief executive of Canterbury Meat Packers before becoming managing director of ANZCO group in 2004. Company founder and chairman Graeme Harrison said Clarkson had given wonderful service and during his 13 years leading the company the meat industry had experienced intense livestock procurement competition and thin margins. “Yet ANZCO Foods achieved annual profits and maintained half year dividends to shareholders in all but one year.” Relying on retained earnings to fund growth and no new capital raising throughout the period, ANZCO had expanded annual sales revenue to over $1.5 billion and employees to more than 3000. The company has focused more recently on value-add activities in its food and solutions division rather than expanding livestock processing capacity. Harrison said despite excess processing capacity in the national meat industry, ANZCO intended to remain a major player and grow its add-on activities. Clarkson will be replaced by Peter Conley, who currently heads the harvest division of ANZCO. He has in-depth overseas experience, including five years as president of the Chicago-based ANZCO Foods North America.


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■ COATS FOR KIDS

St Joseph’s collects coats for a warmer winter By Noah Graham

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St Joseph’s School collected more than 100 coats last week to warm kids desperate for an extra layer of warm clothing next winter. The school’s student council organised the collection day for last Friday where every student was asked to bring in a coat or a monetary donation if they did not have a jacket to spare. St Joseph’s School student council chairperson Eimear Gray, 13, is delighted with the response from her fellow students who brought in more than 100 quality coats and raised $208 which will be given to Coats for Kids. The student council wanted to fundraise and thought Coats for Kids was a great foundation to donate to. Gray is happy to help the kids but also wants to help families in Kaikoura and thought about donating the money to them instead. However, they decided give the money to Coats for Kids and have a separate fundraiser planned for next week for Kaikoura families.

St Joseph’s School student council members (from left) Milli Sullivan, 13, Eimear Gray, 13 and Georgia Williams-Freeman, 12, with an armful of coats - just a few of the more than 100 coats collected which will be donated to Coats for Kids. PHOTO NOAH GRAHAM 221116-NG-9-22

■ ASHBURTON DISTRICT COUNCIL

Centre delays frustrate developer By Sue NewmaN

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A major development project in Ashburton’s central business area is on hold until an Opus report on preferred options for the Ashburton District Council’s civic centre and library rebuild is made public. And those delays are frustrating the Eastfield Company project team, says chairman Brian Davidson. The civic centre is just one of several possible options on its drawing board for the inner town site but with its future an unknown the development was in a bit of a holding pattern, he said.

Opus prepared an initial report on four site options for the new complex and this went out for public consultation. A report summarising the feedback and recommending a final site option has been delivered to the council but it won’t be made public until January. In an effort to speed up the process, Davidson wrote to council chief executive Andrew Dalziel suggesting a joint working party should be formed to develop a comprehensive design for the complex on the Eastfield site. In the letter he said that any work done between the two parties would “Provide the commu-

nity with an open and transparent view on how the parties were working together”. Davidson said it was important to identify what the common denominator was between what the council needed and what Eastfield could offer. “We wanted to put this to rest once and for all; we wanted to get some finality,” he said. The timeframe the council has set where the report will not be discussed until next year was hampering progress on the Eastfield development, Davidson said. “Essentially we’re sitting in limbo. We have other proposals in the wind but this project is a ma-

jor iron in our fire because what’s involved is a large tract of land. It’s critical to what we do.” When it came to entering into any kind of planning project with Eastfield, the council’s hands were tied, said chief executive Andrew Dalziel. The outcome of the feasibility study discussions and deliberations on the shortlisted locations and options had to be discussed and debated by councillors before any decisions were made, he said. While it might not be ideal for Eastfield, the timing of the October local body elections that saw seven new faces around the council table and the Christmas

break meant there would not be an opportunity for the report to be workshopped until late January, Dalziel said. “The new councillors need to come up to speed, they need to make site visits and look at the old civic building and the library and they need an opportunity to ask questions and we didn’t think we could do all of this before Christmas.” The council is also a part owner of Eastfield. Other sites in the mix for the new civic complex are Balmoral Hall, the Baring Square church and old county council building and the current civic centre site.

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Southerly winds blew away the odd gazebo, but all in all the first Methven High Country Fete was a success. “The word has got out and people have come from all over the place,” co-organiser Julie Sergeant said as the fete drew to a close yesterday. The main turnout was from locals, and she and fellow organiser Denise Dixey were grateful for the support. She estimated more than 500 turned up and funds raised from sources such as admission and sponsorship were to go towards Methven Care Trust, St John, and the Methven Historical Society and Library Committee. Rescuing a couple of gazebos was the order of the day when an afternoon southerly blew through. Entertainer Vicki Smith was “an absolute trooper” as she carried on singing as the gazebo she was in fell down around her. The success of the event, which featured 97 stallholders from throughout New Zealand with unique products, meant it would be held again next year. Right: Hundreds flocked to the fete. Far right: Among those attending was Monique Luff and sixmonth-old- Summer Weir, and Sandra Weir.

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Farmers urged - mow rural roadsides By Linda CLarke

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A rural fire boss has made a plea to farmers to keep their roadsides mowed to reduce the risk of vegetation fire. Principal rural fire officer Don Geddes said lush spring growth would be fuel for fire once the weather turned warmer and the countryside dried out. Farmers should mow their roadsides now and keep mowing them regularly, he said. The fire risk across the district is low at the moment, but a period of warm weather and nor’west winds could change that.

Geddes said vegetation should also be cleared around buildings and machinery checked for bird’s nests. “As these grasses grow to seed and maturity there is going to be a lot of fuel around. People need to be tidy and be careful with spark-hazardous activity.” He said farmers should make a habit of carrying fire extinguishers in their tractors and harvesters. MetService says the temperature peaked about 27°C in Ashburton on Tuesday and it was expected to be that warm again yesterday.

“High pressure is sitting just to the north-west of New Zealand, bringing us mostly sunny weather for the first half of this week,” MetService meteorologist Claire Flynn said. Flynn said north-westerly winds mean that the air arriving in eastern areas will have travelled over the mountain ranges, which causes it to dry out and warm up. This is called the Foehn effect and is the reason that temperatures are heating up in the east this week. A southerly change bringing cooler temperatures and rain is expected tonight.

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Immigration New Zealand apologises for website error Immigration New Zealand says an announcement on its website that the Skilled Migrant Category visa has closed is a mistake. It follows changes last month when points for approval of residency for skilled migrants was raised from 140 to 160 points. A notification on the agency’s website this morning said the Skilled Migrant Category resident visa was closed indefinitely. “We changed the relevant page in October to add in a notification that the Skilled Migrant Category policy had changed. The notification was supposed to expire last

night, but inadvertently the page was set up to show the policy had closed, instead of the notification disappearing,” said Immigration spokesman Marc Piercey. “Immigration New Zealand apologises unreservedly for the error.” Licensed immigration adviser Paola Neilson said thousands of people could be affected, as well as many industries, if the Skilled Migrant Category was closed. Almost half of all residence approvals last year, or 21,165, were through the skilled migrant category. - NZME

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Fundraising for Kaikoura’s animals By Noah Graham

Left – Longbeach School student Keeley Galbraith, 8, was pleased with the donations she received from her baked goods that she sold to fellow students at lunchtime on Monday.

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One Longbeach School student loves helping animals. Eight-year-old Keeley Galbraith spent her weekend baking to raise money for Kaikoura animals affected by last week’s 7.8 earthquake. Galbraith, with help from her mum and grandparents, made a range of delicious goods – from ice cream cake to Russian fudge – to feed fellow students and raise money to help her furry friends. She sold the food yesterday lunchtime to students and teachers for 50 cents per piece and raised $165. The money will be donated to Mid Canterbury Animal Shelter. Galbraith asked her fellow students to bring in any spare petfood they had for Kaikoura pets in need of some nourishment. The box full of pet food will be sent up to Kaikoura this week. Longbeach School two to three teacher Georgina Turpie said Galbraith always talked about animals and organised the fundraising on her own. “I think it’s awesome and she used her initiative,” Turpie said. PHOTO NOAH GRAHAM 211116-NG-4

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Hail damage not easily seen There could be hundreds of cars being driven around the Ashburton District that could give their owners a rude shock when they decided to sell. Last week’s short, sharp hail storm did far more damage than is immediately visible to the naked eye, says panel repair company owner Kieran Breakwell. Almost as soon as the hailstones started falling on Wednesday Breakwell’s phone started ringing. Bitten by their experience during the hailstorm of 2008 when thousands of vehicles were badly damaged and the wait for repairs was long, owners wanted to be at the front of the queue, he said. And the calls were still coming, people were still driving in off the road wanting a quick check, Breakwell said. “There are still a lot of people saying they don’t think they’ve got damage. I’m saying get it checked. You can’t always tell until you put the light over it.” A team of hail damage experts has set up shop in Ashburton to deal with damaged vehicles and over the weekend tidied up 25 vehicles. Breakwell anticipates they could be on site for around three months clearing the backlog.

In brief Man on murder charge A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a pregnant Opotiki woman on Tuesday night. Robert Roupere Hohua, 35, was remanded without plea to appear in the High Court at Tauranga on December 14. He was charged with murdering an Opotiki woman on Tuesday night. A police spokeswoman said police were called to the property at 10.13pm on Tuesday following reports of a domestic dispute. “On arrival at the scene a male was taken into custody and a police officer performed CPR on a woman at the address, but this was unsuccessful.” A homicide investigation was launched. -NZME

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Perth schoolie caught in Bali Australian consulate officials will visit a Perth teenager who’s been detained by Indonesian police after travelling to Bali for schoolies week. Jamie Murphy, 18, was picked up after allegedly being found with a small plastic bag containing white powder at a Kuta nightclub. “The consul general in Bali has been in contact with the young man and we are arranging to visit him,” Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop told Nine Network on Wednesday. Ms Bishop said the teenager could be held for three days while an investigation takes place and another three days while a decision is made about whether or not to arrest him. The Australian government has also been in contact with his family to provide advice on issues like legal representation. The minister also took the opportunity to warn young Australians travelling to Indonesia that “the laws can be very harsh for offences or activities in Australian that might seem minor”. Mr Murphy is believed to

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ficials were yet to confirm what the substance was. Video footage of the teen’s arrest broadcast by Nine showed him being roughly grabbed around the face and neck by a man believed to be a police officer. If the substance is found to be drugs, Mr Murphy could face a maximum of 12 years in prison if arrested and convicted.

Gerry Maio, president of the Perth-based Bayswater City Soccer Club described Mr Murphy as a wonderful young man and athlete and said the allegations were uncharacteristic of him. “He was a very promising athlete in our sport. I haven’t even seen him with a bottle of beer in his hand,” Mr Maio said. -AAP

Late-night host and Carpool Karaoke commuter James Corden will be behind the wheel at the Grammy Awards telecast next February. It will be the first turn for Corden presiding over the Grammycast, which for the past five years has had LL Cool J as host. For two years Corden has hosted CBS’ The Late Late Show, where his popular Carpool Karaoke feature finds him on the road with popular entertainers in the passenger seat as they sing hit songs. Corden hosted the Tony Awards last June, where in 2012 he won a Tony of his own for his performance in the play One Man, Two Guvnors.

Assange leads Time’s poll Murder accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is leading a poll to find Time magazine’s person of the year. He is ahead of US Presidentelect Donald Trump in the readers’ online vote for this year’s award. The two were neck and neck at nine per cent each earlier this week but Assange now has 12 per CUSTOMER: cent, compared with 11 per cent REP ID: for Trump. Time selects the person who has, for better or worse, made the greatest impact on the world in the past year. The magazine’s editors make the final selection but the poll is a way for readers to voice their opinions. Voting ends on December 4. Assange, who is an Australian, has been living in the Ecuadorian

embassy in London for more than four years and has been granted political asylum by Ecuador. He faces a sex allegation in Sweden, which he has always denied but believes that if he leaves the embassy he will be extradited to the US for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks. Assange was interviewed inside the embassy last week in SPACEWISE LTD. the presence of prosecutors from N150 Sweden. The Swedish Prosecution Authority said it would take a view on the continuation of its investigation. Assange’s lawyer, Jennifer Robinson, said he had co-operated fully with the interview and hoped the Swedish prosecutor would give “impartial and objective” consideration so the matter could be closed. -NZME

doesn’t offer defence At the conclusion of the An alleged far right extremist accused of murdering prosecution case, his lawBritish Labour MP Jo Cox yer Simon Russell Flint, QC, has opted not to give evi- told the Old Bailey trial that the defendant would not be dence in his defence. Thomas Mair, 53, alleg- going into the witness box. He said he called no eviedly shot and stabbed the dence mother-of-two as she arPROOF TIME 27/10/2016 9:29:20 on a.m.behalf of Mair. Mair denies Cox’s murder, rived at Birstall library for a 11/04/16 RUN:afternoon surgery LAST on the of possession of a firearm with June 16 SIZE: - a week before 1/4 PGthe HZ intent to commit an indictable offence and possession EU referendum. The court has heard Mair of an offensive weapon - a shouted “Britain first” dur- dagger. He also pleaded not guilty ing the brutal attack, had a stash of neo-Nazi mate- to causing grievous bodrial at his home in the West ily harm with intent to penYorkshire town and had sioner Bernard Kenny when collected a dossier on his he tried to stop the attack 41-year-old Remain cam- on Cox. -AP paigning MP.

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uesday’s Seven Sharp stunt once again stoked debate over our ability to distinguish between what is fact and fiction online, and also how we use social media. The programme’s Facebook page told viewers in a post: “We are sad to announce that Toni Street has made the decision to leave her job as host of Seven Sharp.” It cited Street’s reasons for leaving as wanting to spend more time with her family. At first glance this seems perfectly legitimate, after all, it’s certainly not unbelievable. But what did put readers’ news savviness to the test was whether they actually read the full story. Those that clicked the link will have quickly established that it was little more than a ploy to see if social media users read stories before sharing. Without a thought, we then offer dubious posts to hundreds, sometimes thousands, of our own online “friends”. We herald the internet for its ability to keep us connected, it has changed the world, offered a voice to the voiceless. But, in doing so, it has become a more powerful tool than what we could ever have imagined just two decades ago. The irresponsible sharing of incorrect news is one thing. But accusatory posts, particularly aimed at those in the same community as us, are even more damning. Community notice boards are really useful, it could be argued they serve as the perfect social platform for us to discuss issues that affect us directly. However, the way in which we use them and understand them is something that we should all be mindful of. As it stands, our very own Ashburton Notice Board has 3011 members on Facebook. I’m not suggesting members of that specific page are guilty of mistreating others or sharing incorrect information. It’s merely an example of the number of people that are able to view posts relative to the population of the area. It is an enormous proportion. This is why we need to be much more vigilant in the ways in which we use social media as a tool. A quick share without thinking, or an accusatory post without knowing all of the facts, can be damning. There’s a simple gauge, in my opinion – would you behave in person as you do on social media?

YOUR VIEW Political change Any political commentator looking back at 2016 would have to admit it’s been a year of massive change and a somewhat growing shift in voter disillusionment with the neoliberalism, and globalisation policies of western governments for the last 30 years or so. The Brexit vote in the UK, and now the huge anti-establishment vote in the American presidential elections, is surely a sharp reminder to all politicians, both at a national level and at local government level, that the common voter out there, has had enough of the status-quo, and is increasingly wanting something to change. If there is one word to sum up this discontent, it is inequality.

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in our western political systems by now, have allowed large multinationals to capture the “ear” of the elected government and wrest benefits away from the democratic system. Could this disillusionment happen in New Zealand? With inequality increasing at an alarming rate and government and local body costs rising rapidly for residents, there is certainly an affordability tipping point at which middle New Zealand is fast approaching, when they too will feel disenfranchised that the system is not working for them and that only change will offer hope. The Brexit vote, the discontent in the EU block and what has happened in the US is only an attempt to reclaim their control of their country. Interesting times! Ed Eason

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Seasonal worker numbers bumped up

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse.

Pushpay adds church app to portfolio Pushpay Holdings, the mobile payments app developer, says it will acquire a church app business from Bluebridge Digital for $US3.1 million ($NZ4.4m), continuing an expansion that saw revenue soar 308 per cent in the first half while its net loss widened. Bluebridge is one of the leading providers of church apps in the world and provides churches with “high-quality mobile apps, a scalable platform, intuitive content management system and mobile expertise”. Pushpay will pay cash for the business after raising $A40m ($NZ42m) in a private placement last month, ahead of its secondary listing on the ASX. It cited Giving USA figures showing $US119.3 billion ($NZ168.9b) was given to religious organisations in 2015, which

30, from $US2.9m ($NZ4.1m) a year earlier, the Auckland-domiciled, Redmond, United Statesheadquartered company said in a statement. Its net loss widened to $US11.3m ($NZ16.0 m) from $US2.9m ($NZ4.1 m). Annualised committed monthly revenue rose to $US33.9m ($NZ47.9m) from $US8.9m ($NZ12.6m), while total merchants rose to 5286 from 2102, it said. Puspay is targeting US churches with technology that makes it easy for congregations to make donations using their mobile phones and is also expanding its mobile payment app beyond the faith sector to helping people pay their utility bills such as water and insurance. Pushpay shares dropped Chris Heaslip, co2.7 per cent to $1.80 and founder and CEO of have gained 5.7 per cent Pushpay Holdings. this year. – Scoop

it said amounted to a $US2.2b ($NZ3.1b) revenue opportunity that’s expected to rise to $US3.1b ($NZ4.4b) in 2020. Pushpay’s operating revenue rose to $US12m ($NZ17m) in the six months ended September

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later confirmed they weren’t high risk. Labour’s associate workplace safety spokeswoman Sue Moroney said the 43 deaths this year showed an “urgent rethink” was needed on workplace safety. “We always said that the agriculture sector should never have been exempted from the regulations. “Agriculture continues to be the sector with the largest number of deaths since the law change in April – with 44 per cent of the total deaths recorded between May and the end of September.” Woodhouse has been contacted for comment. – NZME

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and safety representatives. But businesses deemed high risk need to have safety representatives, regardless of size. Controversially, dairy, sheep and beef farming were not classified as “high risk” industries, despite having had a high number of fatalities in the past five years. That meant farms don’t need to have health and safety representatives. Workplace Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse faced ridicule last year when it emerged worm farming and lavender farming were on a draft list of high risk industries. When categories were

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Labour says sweeping health and safety changes have failed to protect New Zealanders – citing figures that show workplace deaths have not reduced. So far this year 43 people have been killed in workplace accidents. That is the same number for all of 2015. New workplace health and safety rules came into effect on April 4, as a response to the Pike River mine tragedy in 2010, in which 29 men died. It was watered down after objections in the National caucus, and businesses with fewer than 20 workers do not now need health

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to new applications and reducing the number of places for family members of migrants from 5500 a year to 2000 a year. To enter under the parent category, a person must prove they or the child sponsoring them to

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around 60,000 people annually.” Last month the Government announced it was trimming the number of migrants getting residency. The changes included temporarily closing the parent category

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initiatives were being developed. “In 2015, MSD placed over 4000 people in the agriculture industry across New Zealand, which includes the horticulture and viticulture industries. HortNZ figures show that this sector employs

come to New Zealand has enough income to support them financially. At the time, Labour leader Andrew Little said the decision to trim numbers was a “flip flop” by National. “It’s certainly a flip flop on their part and they’re doing it under pressure. Ever since the surge in immigration we’ve been saying there is a growing number of issues and it became apparent this year that those issues were getting acute.” NZ First leader Winston Peters has campaigned most strongly for a significant cut to immigration, which has been at record highs. The pressure new arrivals are putting on key infrastructure and housing has seen even the Green Party call for a more “sustainable” policy based on about 1 per cent of population growth. Net migration, as measured by Statistics NZ through arrival and departure cards, was at 69,100 in the year to August, and includes visitors on working holidays and temporary work or study visas who arrive for more than a year as well as the number of New Zealanders who intend staying away for more than a year. – NZME

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A thousand more seasonal workers will be let into New Zealand – after the Government sought assurances that job opportunities for Kiwis would “continue to be maximised”. The current cap of foreigners who can work seasonally in horticulture and viticulture will increase from 9500 to 10,500 for the 2016/17 season. Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse said the horticulture and viticulture industry had estimated an additional 2500 workers will be needed for the upcoming season. “The increase of 1000 recognised seasonal employer (RSE) workers shows the Government is committed to enabling the industry to continue to grow and maximise export returns, while ensuring jobs aren’t being taken from New Zealanders.” He said the increase was agreed to on the understanding the industry “continues to maximise opportunities for New Zealanders, particularly in regions with relatively high unemployment”. Social Development Minister Anne Tolley said about 500 beneficiaries were taking part in a seasonal work scheme, and further

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Thursday, November 24, 2016

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Rural physio takes out enterprising women award

Fonterra ups traceability game

Amy Dibley of Physio Direct Ltd has been named the supreme winner of the annual Rural Women New Zealand Enterprising Rural Women Awards. Amy is from Rotorua and started up her business to meet a gap in the market. She offers physiotherapy and other allied health services in rural service towns in the Central North Island, and in Canterbury in the South Island. “Amy was a stand out finalist in the awards,” says Wendy McGowan, awards judge and national president of Rural Women New Zealand. “The judges appreciated Amy’s innovative approach and business planning skills which have grown the Physio Direct franchise. Her team offer a health service that meets the needs of rural residents, who often struggle to access services such as physiotherapy in remote towns. Well done Amy, we wish her every success for the future.” The judging panel also included Grant Rae, ANZ Private’s Associate Director, and SWAZI New Zealand’s Sales Manager, Warwick Bean and HP New Zealand’s Sales Specialist, David Farquhar. They joined McGowan in interviewing the four finalists and reviewing their financial information and also their business plans. They were very impressed with the high standard of entries. The four winners in the 2016 Enterprising Rural Women Awards were: Love of the Land Award, sponsored by Agrisea New Zealand: Marian Hirst: Bay Blueberries, Hastings:www.bayblueberries. co.nz

Fonterra is on track to have total electronic traceability to worldclass standards by 2020, from the raw milk source on-farm through every stage of manufacturing and every ingredient in every product sold in every market. Already, all New Zealand and Australian-sourced products, representing 74 per cent of total global production, can be electronically traced through the supply chain from manufacturing sites to customers. “We are now making it possible to electronically trace the goodness in every drop of milk our farmers produce and the products we make from it, so traceability will extend back to milk off farms,” says chief operating officer global consumer and foodservice, Jacqueline Chow. She said there was a growing demand by consumers for information about what goes into their food and traceability provided reassurance. Fonterra’s general manager trust in source, Tim Kirk, says Fonterra has always been able to trace products from day one, but through systems using a mix of electronic information as well as manual logs and spreadsheets. “What we are aiming for now is world-class electronic product traceability, so if we have any concerns about any product we can electronically trace it anywhere in our supply chain within three hours. We are well advanced. By the end of this year 40 per cent of our plants globally will have traceability data electronically connected, a further 50 per cent of the plants will be included by the end of 2017, and the remaining 10 per cent will be completed in 2018/2019.”

Enterprising Rural Women award winners (from left) Helen Slattery of Slattery Contracting, Monique Neeson of ShearWarmth, RWNZ National President Wendy McGowan, Lyn Neeson of ShearWarmth, Amy Dibley, and Marian Hirst of Bay Blueberries. PHOTO SUPPLIED Bay Blueberries is passionate about producing quality apples and blueberries in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner. It won the 2016 Ballance Farm Environmental Supreme Award for the East Coast Region. Emerging Enterprising Rural Women Award, sponsored by SWAZI New Zealand: Monique and Lyn Neeson: Shear Warmth, Taumarunui: www.shearwarmth. co.nz Shear Warmth produce top

quality wool blankets, made in New Zealand and can be traced back to wool grown on the family farm. Entrepreneurial Enterprising Rural Women Award, sponsored by Agri-Women’s Development Trust: Helen Slattery: Slattery Contracting Limited, Matamata: www.slatterycontracting.co.nz The Slattery Family has been involved in agricultural contracting since the mid-1950s, starting hay making and cultivating land.

The business has grown from harvesting conventional hay bales, ploughing and undersowing to a wide range of services. Innovative Enterprising Rural Women Award, sponsored by HP New Zealand and Supreme Award winner, sponsored by ANZ Private: Amy Dibley: Physio Direct, Rotorua:www.physiodirectnz.com Amy started Physio Direct when she realised that many small rural areas do not have adequate physiotherapy services.

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TINWALD SALE PGG Wrightson auctioneer John Farrell (left) and Greg Cook sell another pen of lambs at the Tinwald saleyards on Tuesday. With an abundance of feed in the country, farmers are under no pressure to wean and are opting to carry lambs on to bigger weights. The light numbers coming forward is keeping prices on a par with previous

sales, despite lamb schedules easing. Only one line of ewe hoggets with healthy lambs were offered and realised $65. Heavy spring lambs made up to $131, with mediums up to $114 and lights $90-79. Medium hoggets made $121-110 while heavy shorn ewes made up to $122, with mediums $110-99 and lights $93-80.

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TEST YOURSELF

Ashburton Guardian

Thursday, November 24, 2016

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YOUR PLACE

Test yourself with the Guardian’s weekday quiz 1 – What is the average top daily temperature for Ashburton in December? a. 20°C b. 22°C c. 24°C 2 – Manuhiri in Maori means...? a. Leg b. Valley c. Guest 3 – What term is given to a political candidate coming in from another area? a. Maverick b. Carpetbagger c. Dark horse 4 – How do you spell the name of the liver disease? a. Cirrhosis b. Cirhosis c. Cirrhoses 5 – When did the Bronze Age begin? a. 2000 years ago b. 5000 years ago c. 10,000 years ago 6 – Which Shakespeare character says “the quality of mercy is not strained”? a. Juliet b. Helena c. Portia 7 – Who played Lois Lane in the 2013 movie Man of Steel? a. Jennifer Lawrence b. Amy Adams c. Jennifer Garner 8 – Which North Canterbury town is furthest north? a. Waiau b. Culverden c. Lyford

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7 4 3 5 8 2 3 5 2 Looking out over Mystery Lake 2 7 6 4 Looking down at Mystery Lake and out over the Hakatere high country. You can see the top of Lake Clearwater and the holiday 3 8 homes in the distance on the left hand side. PHOTO BLAKE CHRISTIE 1 9 ... and the mystery of the gathering 4 3 1 YESTERDAY’S This photo (left) has caused a nice bit of conversa7ANSWERS 5 1 6 3 tion. When Brian Coulter saw this photo (left) in yesterday’s Guardian he reckoned it would have been taken at a Cust (North Canterbury) motorbike racing event about the mid-1950s. This was held at Easter weekend every year, the photo was taken from the hillside which formed a natural grandstand. The late Bruce Benke of Ashburton used to ride at these motorbike events. Val Palmer believes the fashions and cars in the photo are from the 40s, not the 50s and that it could be at the end of World War Two. Ian Moore also rang in and said it could have been taken at the Darfield Racecourse in the 1950s.

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Club news 14

Ashburton Guardian

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Ashburton Bowling Club

time of sadness.

What a great week for our bowlers. In the Lowry Cup finals, Brentton Donaldson, Roger Gutberlet and Murray Anderson featured and the final was played between Peter Collins and Roger Gutberlet with Peter being the winner, 21-20. Congrats to our players who did so well.  Brentton and Colin Arnst have both been chosen for the Junior Reps and our Senior Rep players are: Gavin Eder, Murray Anderson, Colin Dennis and Mike Quinn.   The ladies 7s team came home the winners: Congrats to Diane Gutberlet, Diana King, Shirley Taylor, Ollie Collins, Heather Goodall, Wendy Suttie and Noeline Woods.  The final of the Ladies Senior Championship was also completed on Tuesday Nov 22 and Heather Goodall defeated Wendy Herriott. Congratulations to both players.  I have also been told that an Ashburton team won the Murton Cup played at Rakaia recently.  Well done to you too. To those playing in the hot weather keep up the fluids and sun protection, both are very important.  To those not well, good wishes for a quick recovery and we will see you all soon.  To those who have lost family members our thoughts are with you in this

Ashburton Garden Club Thirty-two members attended the last meeting for the year at the Seniors Centre on November 17. After a short meeting, our guest speaker, Daphne Allison, spoke of her visits to the Christchurch Ellerslie Shows. She recalled visiting the Tent showcasing Jenni Gillies’ magnificent garments which she had created artistically with so much detail. She also spoke about the year the show had a section allocated to Schools’ Exhibitions, where each school had professionally set up their plots, their input into the exercise was very personal. Daphne is returning next year on May 18, 2017 with a DVD of the Ellerslie Shows. We finished our meeting with a Christmas themed afternoon tea. On January 19, 2017, we will gather for an Evening Garden Walk, finishing at 3 Filey Place. Venues to be confirmed.

Ashburton Golf Club Great feedback from the two “give golf a go” days that we held recently. Over 30 people took part and so far seven new members have signed up, which is great, but the job now is to welcome these new players and make them feel part of our club. Over the next couple of weeks I will be

www.guardianonline.co.nz asking for helpers to come along and play a few holes, when we invite all the give golf a go people back for another fun day. This Saturday we have the Santa Marie trophy, which is also the final round of the RMF cup. One player will leave Saturday with a club sub for next year in his pocket, thanks to our great friends at Russell Moon and Fail. It looks like Ian Rive has this nailed on after a very consistent season. We also have prizes for the top six thanks to Matt Davis, Sega Golf and RMF, and I believe the 30 points on offer gives the top 20 a chance of glory. Sunday we have our re-arranged Sutherland Cup, this is a combined stableford, mixed day, any pairings. 11.30 meet for 12.00 start. Don’t forget presentation night December 3, tickets on sale, get in quick, especially prize winners, and partners. Also the AGM on December 8, please come along, we are in desperate need of members to stand up and help out on our various committees and put a little bit back into our wonderful club. Good golfing

Creative Fibre - Ashburton There was a good attendance at the November meeting. The librarian reported that we have 303 books in our library dealing with a good range of crafts.

Our president was very pleased with the 99 entries at the A&P Show and hope this will continue in the future. A team of four went to the Hororata Show in a Fleece to Garment competition and were runners-up. The team’s jersey was the first one to be bought. The Pop up Shop held last week in town was a learning experience and we felt the weather was against us in keeping people out of town. A plea was given for any gifts or money to be given to people in Kaikoura for Christmas. Show and Tell Table – In baby and toddler wear we saw three jacket and hat sets, a grey jersey, knitted fairisle dress, hat and pants, a crocheted Barbie Doll dress and a crocheted dolls bed and bag. Adult wear:- sleeveless jerkin, a brown jersey and fine cotton cape.  Other articles: a woven scarf, cushion cover, 2 woven pictures,  11 different skeins of dyed wool, year large scarf and 8 samples of felted merino scarves which were done at the Pop Up Shop. After the official meeting Pam Whiteford led interested ladies into weaving flax reindeers, followed by lunch.

Lions Club of Hinds & Districts Last Tuesday evening saw the largest turnout of members this year for a

regular monthly Tea Meeting. After President Alan Johnston’s welcome and apologies, Lion Stuart Wilson, as Patron for the Hinds Community Centre gave an update on the planned upgrade of the hall kitchen, which the club is contributing towards. An evening meal prepared by Hinds Rural Fire Service members was then served, followed by raffles. The guest speaker, Lion Peter Lowe in his capacity as Chairman of the Hinds Drains Working Party, then addressed members on the MAR Scheme and followed this with slides of graphs, monitoring results and photos. He was thanked by Lion Don McFarlane. An update on this year’s Longbeach Coastal Challenge Bike Race, which the club co-runs with Longbeach School was given by Lion Garry Brown with confirmation from him of the details for a working bee at the track. Vice-president and directors’ reports followed and in general business, members agreed to offer both financial and manpower support to the Lions Clubs affected by the recent North Canterbury earthquakes with the president to contact the clubs direct and make all necessary arrangements. Fines were imposed and a last word story was told, before President Alan closed the meeting with thanks to all for attending and contributing.

SPORTS DRAWS AND RESULTS RESULTS

■ Bowls Ashburton Bowling Club November 19 Saturday Rollovers 1st Wendy Suttie, Ted Connell and Shirley Johbston 3 wins 12 ends 20 points; 2nd Anne Stroud, Lex Johns and Graham Taylor 2 wins 7 ends 9 points. November 22 Ladies Senior Championship Singles Final: Heather Goodall defeated Wendy Herriott

■ Golf Ashburton County Veterans Golf Association Byrne Salver, Ashburton Golf Course. Ashburton Vets 67.25 points, Selwyn Vets 66.19 points. This is an annual home and away fixture contested between the Ashburton and the Selwyn Veteran’s Golf Associations. The result is determined by the average of the Stableford points scored by each association’s members over the two rounds of golf. Best Individual Scores, Ashburton Golf Course. 1st Arnold Tibbotts 43, 2nd = Mike Wilson, Ian Brooks and Mark Smith 42, 5th

= Barry Bluett, Alwyn Austin 41, 7th = Allan Smith, Murray Beach, Guildford Lane 40, 10th = Dave Hewitt, Clarrie Whiting, Tony McAndrew, Kevin Sissons 39, 14th = Bill Stowger, Graham McEvoy, Geoff Smith, George Brown, Ray Lambert, Stewart Dunlop 38. Twos: Mike Gray, Allan Smith, Chris Fox, Pete Morgan, Rod Holling.

Ashburton Golf Club November 22 Women’s Section Closing Day Betty Brand Trophy (Greensome) Wendy Parr & Janice Dunlop 61, Pauline Bell & Eleanor Langford 63.5, Catherine Bell & Liz Pollock 64.5. Nearest the Pins: No 4 Gabites: Jean-

■ Tennis Mid Canterbury Tennis November 22 Fast 4’s MatJade beat Coldplay 2 matches to 1 J. Brosnahan lost to C. Brosnahan 3-4

Rosebowl tennis Results from Saturday’s round of the Rosebowl tennis competition: Winchmore 1 (Don Shearer, Hamish Trott, Korry Chivers and Kay Whiting) beat Winchmore 2 (Gavin Begg, Barry Aschen, Alison Kermode and Jaime Aschen) six matches to four (Winchmore 2 won 44 games to 43); Highbank (Henry Watson, Sarah Watson, Matt Ridge and Kelsie Walton) lost to Fairton (Chris Burt, Steve Devereux, Corey Ashworth and Vern Thomas) 2 matches to 8 (Fairton won 51 games to 20).

DRAWS

■ Bowls MSA Bowling Club Skips entered in the Skip2It Flooring Xtra MSA Half Day Triples, to be played on Friday, November 25, 12.30pm start. M. Anderson, R. Neilson, R. Mitchell, C. Leech, G. Taylor, M. Smallridge, A. Smith, B. Williams, A. Waddell, E. Maw, N. Atkinson, B. Harrison, B. Marsden, R. Anstiss, M. Reid, A. Mackenzie.

■ Golf Ashburton Golf Club November 26 Weekend Ladies, Summer Golf – 3 Clubs & Putter. Report 8.30am. November 29 Mid-Week Ladies, Summer Golf – 3 Clubs & Putter. Report 8.30 am Starter Heather Trott, 3024616. December 1 Nine Hole Men & Women, Casual Golf, course Available after 3 pm. Convenor Joy Nicholas, 3086464. Club Captain, Leigh Wackrow, 3083790.

OUT TOMORROW

Motoring November 25, 2016

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(2-5), 2-4, M. Lucas beat E. ConnellyWhyte 4-3 (5-4), 4-2, J. Brosnahan & M. Lucas beat C. Brosnahan & E. Connelly-Whyte 4-0, 4-2. The Hackers lost to Turkey Thyne D. Scott beat P. Crozier 1-4, 4-2, 5-4, O. McKeown lost to M. Tyne 0-4, 0-4, D. Scott & O. McKeown lost to P. Crozier & M. Thyne 1-4, 0-4. Mavericks beat Aidan Pete 2 matches to 1 R. Cromie beat A. Mitchell 4-2, 4-3 (53), J. Hill lost to P. Leonard 0-4, 0-4, R. Cromie & J. Hill lost to A. Mitchell & P. Leonard 4-3 (5-1), 4-2. Double A’s beat FlynnTyler 2 matches to 1 A. Hunt lost to T. Leonard 2-4, 1-4, A. Wilson beat C. Brosnahan 4-1, 4-0, A. Hunt & A. Wilson beat T. Leonard & C. Brosnahan 4-2, 4-1.

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■ RUGBY

Justice served for Fekitoa and Cane By GreGor Paul

Dressage Ashburton Regional Championship level one pony champion winner Emma Copplestone astride Dinki Di Doff at the Ashburton A&P Showgrounds on Saturday. PHOTO AMANDA KONYN 191116-AK-019

■ DRESSAGE

Riders show off their skills By Noah Graham

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More than 100 entrants rode on pony and horseback at the Ashburton A&P Showgrounds last weekend to compete in the Dressage Ashburton Regional Championships. Riders travelled from as far away as Gore and Marlborough to show off their skills. The championship was split into 11 different categories with two additional

training levels. In the level nine group Soo Wells won the championship astride AJK Carronade. Kirsty Schist picked up the level eight championship with her horse Kinnordy Gambado and Siobhan Fauth on Hollywood Superstar taking home the reserve championship. Ashburton Dressage Group chair Nicola Sim was pleased with the presentation of the grounds and competition.

In the other levels: Barbara Chalmers is champion of level seven, Fiona Sharp claimed level six, Kirsty Schist won the level five, Sonya McLachlan obtained the level four, Rebecca Rowlands with level three, Lorraine Ward-Smith earned the level two horse, Lucy Cochrane achieved level two pony, Bailey McIntosh secured the level one horse and Emma Copplestone took home the level one pony championship.

■ RUGBY

Cane cleared, Fekitoa banned for week Mixed news for the All Blacks following citing hearings in London this morning. Malakai Fekitoa has been handed a one-match ban while Sam Cane has been cleared of foul play following Sunday’s win over Ireland. Fekitoa will not be available to play against France after being told at a disciplinary hearing that his high tackle on Simon Zebo against Ireland should have been a red and not a yellow card. As a result, Fekitoa was handed a twoweek suspension which has been reduced to one on account of his previously good disciplinary record and immediate acknowledgement on the field that he’d transgressed. The disciplinary committee, appointed

by World Rugby was chaired by Antony Davies of England, alongside Derek Bevan of Wales and John Doubleday of England. After reviewing video footage and listening to evidence and representations from Fekitoa and people on his behalf, the panel concluded that Fekitoa’s actions would have warranted a red card. They did, however, believe albeit that he had acted recklessly rather than intentionally. Fekitoa is suspended until November 27 - ruling him out for the remainder of this season and the suspension means the All Blacks will most likely pair Ryan Crotty and Anton Leinert-Brown in their midfield against France. Cane, who has already been ruled out of the France test due to injury, was cleared

by the disciplinary committee. Cane clashed with Ireland’s Robbie Henshaw and the Leinster midfield back was carried from the field on a stretcher as a results. “The Disciplinary Committee, chaired by Antony Davies (England), alongside Derek Bevan (Wales) and John Doubleday (England), having viewed video footage of the incident, listened to evidence and representations from and on behalf of the player, and reviewed all of the other evidence, concluded that Mr Cane’s actions had been accidental and that he had not therefore committed an act of foul play,” a statement read. “The citing complaint was not upheld and Mr Cane is therefore free to resume playing immediately.” - NZME

A fair process, a fair outcome and now it is time for the matter of whether the All Blacks are a dirty team to be laid to rest. Justice has been served in the cases of Malakai Fekitoa and Sam Cane and now there really isn’t any justification for anyone to harbour a sense of grievance. Now, there is not legitimate grounds to brand the All Blacks – or imply at least – that they rely a little too heavily on a bit of filth to bolster their position as the world’s best. Shutting up shop on the matter and moving on is important, not just for the sake of relations between New Zealand and Ireland, but for the good of the game. The test in Dublin was epic. The intensity of commitment from both sides was phenomenal and the collisions were at a level that had most players still dragging limbs behind them on Monday morning. Who didn’t love the ferocity of the battle? Who didn’t wince and jump at the impacts and feel the players emptying not just every last ounce of energy into the game, but their whole being? That’s what marked it as a brilliant game of rugby and to be gripped like that, to have a game that ebbs and flows like that, everyone has to accept there are going to be incidents that challenge the laws of the game. The players move too fast, the power and agility of the athletes is incredible and the two things combined mean there were will be occasions when individuals get their timing and technique wrong. And that’s individuals from both teams. No question New Zealand pushed the limits harder, were guilty of more technical and timing mistakes, but Ireland were not without sin. The cameras have caught plenty of moments that don’t look great for them but none could be considered outrageous or heinous. That’s the thing, though to be clear about: this wasn’t a test marred by needless thuggery or stupid, crass, violent actions. No one eye-gouged. No one punched or kicked. No one grabbed anyone else’s testicles, or head-butted an opponent or spat on them. The clash points were all within the context of the game and directly linked to the passion and desire - not any premeditated desire to be malicious. - NZME

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In brief Taylor pinged for drugs Former Gold Coast Titans rugby league star Dave Taylor has been fined $1000 after pleading guilty to cocaine possession. The ex-Maroons and Australia Test forward, now trying resurrect his NRL career with the Canberra Raiders, faced Southport District Court yesterday and was charged with two counts of possessing the drug. 28-year-old Taylor was caught up in a Crime and Corruption Commission cocaine investigation which also nabbed Kiwi-born code-hopping star Karmichael Hunt and other Titans players. - NZME

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Big entries for 10th challenge The tenth ATS Longbeach Coastal Challenge has proved as popular as ever with 1500 entries already filled for the event on Sunday.

Those still wanting to enter can email in to be added to a waiting list, while entries on the day will not be accepted this year.

The tenth challenge will also be the first since Kristine Marriott’s appointment as event ambassador. It is hoped Marriott will help

to encourage the next generation of athletes following personal success in the women’s cross-country event over a prolonged period.

■ ROWING

Schools choose titles over student health By Dylan Cleaver On Saturday, 104 principals had a chance to put the health and wellbeing of their students over the prospect of winning a few titles meaningless to anybody outside the small schools rowing bubble. The principals chose titles. In a decision that has “disappointed” Rowing New Zealand officials, a move to ban lightweight rowing at secondary school level was thwarted by the people charged with acting in the best interests of their students. Sixty-seven principals voted for change, two abstained and 35 decided the fullness of their rowing programmes were too important to sacrifice on the altar of common sense. To effect the change, 75 per cent of the principals had to agree to the remit. The minority held sway. Asked why Rowing NZ sought the change, CEO Simon Peterson was frank. “The health and wellbeing of kids in that 13-18 year old age range is critical,” he said. “Our view is that dieting and weight restrictions in a noncombat sport at school level is

not required. Our position has been clear: we don’t see any benefits of having lightweight rowing divisions at secondary school level.” Rowing NZ specifically went to the principals of the NZ Secondary Schools’ Rowing Association member schools, not the coaches or programme co-ordinators. “We’re disappointed by the outcome,” Peterson admitted. The move would have put NZ Rowing in line with FISA, the body that administers the sport at an international level. But more than that, it’s just the right thing to do. Encouraging or even tacitly approving of diets and weight loss among healthy

pubescent and post-pubescent teens is plain wrong. The briefing paper that went out to all the member schools made it clear why Rowing NZ was taking this step. “There has been an increasing number of younger pupils competing in the lightweight grade and they are being exposed to an unnecessary idea of controlling weight during the years when nutrition plays a vital role in their long-term growth and development,” the paper said. “The Schools Committee holds the health and safety of our rowers and coaches paramount and the risk that lightweight rowing poses to these young pupils is

unnecessary and so significant that we feel we must present this remit now for principals to decide.” The briefing paper called on the advice of a top nutritionist and sports bodies against the practice of weight-controlled classes in non-combat sports. It beggars belief that 35 principals thought they knew better. The British Rowing Medical Sub-Committee took a lead that New Zealand should have followed. The committee determined that “excessive weight loss, fasting, or calorie-controlled diets could have a serious effect on the growth and maturation of young people”. Body image and its close cousin body shaming are very real issues, particularly among young females. Anything that can be done to eliminate them at school sports level should be a no-brainer. Yet 35 principals decided that the potential to win little-recognised national rowing titles in lightweight divisions was more important than the potential for physical and psychological harm to children they are duty-bound to protect. - NZME

Eddie Jones has found an innovative way to drive England to the top of world rugby – using drone cameras to watch training from the skies. England used drones for the first time at their Pennyhill Park training base on Tuesday afternoon, allowing Jones to analyse his team’s set-up in real-time as he strives for tactical perfection. Jones said: “The drone is fantastic for us. It’s another piece of technology that helps us accelerate the programme, allows us to have another piece of vision that sees how well we work off the ball and in rugby, work off the ball is just so important.” - NZME

Team in limbo The future of Super Black Racing remains up in the air as veteran driver Jason Bright appears poised to take their place at the Prodrive Racing stable next year. Bright is reportedly taking his Racing Entitlements Contract to the Ford outfit next season as the fourth car to work out of the same operation – the space Super Black Racing had occupied the past two Supercars seasons. Prodrive Racing co-owner Rusty French has purchased Super Black’s REC but has yet to announce where it will be placed. Super Black Racing, the only New Zealand outfit in the series, is vowing to continue on in the series but has recently lost its team boss Greg Hahn for 2017 while driver Chris Pither is off-contract and evaluating his options. - NZME

Storm delays start A storm has delayed the start of the third women’s cricket ODI between Australia and South Africa at North Sydney Oval. South Africa, who lost the first two games in Canberra, won the toss yesterday and opted to bat first, but the storm hit around 10 minutes before the scheduled start. Star allrounder Ellyse Perry, is missing with a groin niggle, Perry has been replaced by Beth Mooney, with Megan Schutt coming in for quick Holly Ferling. - AAP

Djulbic out again Perth Glory defender Dino Djulbic has again been overlooked for selection for tonight’s A-League clash with Central Coast. Djulbic hasn’t played since committing a host of errors in Glory’s 4-1 loss to Sydney a fortnight ago. Glory coach Kenny Lowe says his many options at centre back means it’s been hard to squeeze Djulbic into the squad, even on the bench. - AAP


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In brief Point to prove Adam Scott feels he and Marc Leishman have a point to prove in the World Cup of Golf after failing to secure a win when teamed at Presidents Cups. World No.7 Scott and No.54 Leishman are entrusted with Australia’s title defence in the the 28-nation, two-man teams event which gets under way at Melbourne’s Kingston Heath today. Local knowledge helps ensure they start as favourites. The format is 72hole stroke play with days one and three contested as fourball (best ball) and days two and four as foursomes (alternate shot). - AAP

Voges out of shield Adam Voges’ hopes of pushing his case for aN Australian recall were dealt a blow yesterday when he failed to pass a concussion test. Voges was ruled out of Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield clash with Queensland in Townsville after failing the Cogstate concussion test. The 37-year-old hasn’t been able to play or train since being felled by a Cameron Stevenson bouncer while playing a Shield game for WA last Thursday against Tasmania. Although Voges has been recovering well, he is yet to regain full cognitive function. - AAP

Fireworks promised Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic have been confirmed as entrants in January’s ASB Tennis Classic.

■ TENNIS

Two more stars for Auckland Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic have added their names to the impressive list of headline acts confirmed for January’s ASB Classic. The pair, both former world number ones, join the Williams sisters Serena and Venus among a star-studded list as the full field for the Auckland tournament was announced yesterday. Having slipped to number 63 in the world this year, Ivanovic just scraped into the main draw without a wildcard. Wozniacki also took a slide in

the rankings over the first half of this year as she battled through a low patch, but the Danish star has climbed back up to end the year ranked at 19. Her return to form ensures there will be four players ranked inside the top 20, in what is being pitched as the strongest field ever assembled for the tournament. Serena is ranked at number two and Venus 17. “I think it’s fair to say the ASB Classic has become the WTA tournament of choice in the

lead-up to the Australian Open,” said tournament director Karl Budge. Of the six players to have held the world No. 1 title currently active on the circuit, four will be at the ASB Classic in January “This is unchartered territory for a sporting event in New Zealand. Any one of these four players could headline the tournament on their own. “They are the most marketable female athletes in the world. True global superstars, known simply by their first names on

every continent. Auckland is going to be the centre of the sporting world come the first week of January,” Budge said. The rest of the field includes top 30 players Barbora Strycova (20), Kiki Bertens (22) and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (27). Defending champion Sloane Stephens, ranked 35th in the world, will also return. The 23-year-old American beat Wozniacki in this year’s ASB Classic semi-final before defeating Julia Goerges 7-5, 6-2. - NZME

Australian middleweight fighter Robert Whittaker has promised fireworks when he takes on American Derek Brunson in the headline bout of Sunday’s UFC Fight Night event in Melbourne. Whittaker became just the fourth Australian to headline a UFC card when the previous main event between middleweights Luke Rockhold and Ronaldo Souza was postponed after Rockhold suffered an injury. - AAP

Horn eyes Pacquiao Legendary boxing promoter Bob Arum has thrown down the gauntlet to rising Australian welterweight Jeff Horn as he sizes up a dream bout with Manny Pacquiao. Horn will take on South Africa’s Ali Funeka on the undercard of Kiwi heavyweight Joseph Parker’s world title fight on December 10 in Auckland, where the influential Arum will be ringside with his Hall of Fame matchmaker, Bruce Trampler. - AAP

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M3 Christchurch Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Addington Raceway Meeting Date: 24 November 2016 NZ Meeting number: 3 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 12.06pm (NZT) THE FITZ SPORTS BAR SPRINT C2, 295m 1 23121 Opawa Jemaine nwtd L & .................. Wales 2 74574 Briseur De Reves nwtd .............A Bradshaw 3 16272 Whip Uppa Storm 17.27............ G T Bennett 4 75223 Another Fan 17.38 .................J T McInerney 5 32464 Greet The Judge 17.27 H & ................Taylor 6 15148 Uno James 17.37 L & ........................ Wales 7 88618 Paddy The Baker 17.30..........J T McInerney 8 62315 Avalanch City 17.59 ...............J T McInerney 9 47887 Time Slayer 17.26 M &........................ Smith 2 12.23pm ACTIVE ELECTRICAL CHRISTCHURCH DASH C4, 295m 1 58868 Norman Jewel 17.13 ....................C Roberts 2 12851 Terra Mondo 17.30 C & ...................... Fagan 3 33426 Maudie’s Babe 17.18 C & .................. Fagan 4 11812 Cabarita 17.25 ................................ M Grant 5 13344 Chokehold 17.27 M & .......................Jopson 6 66333 Jinja Brian 17.15 ..........................A Waretini 7 18866 Dream Large 16.99 .......................... B Dann 8 82371 Starburst Emma 17.30 .................... M Grant 9 23667 Super Bad 17.20 ..........................M Roberts 10 51777 Seeking Baxter 17.28.............J T McInerney 3 12.41pm CHRIS & LISA EARL STAKES C3, 520m 1 32358 Crafty Action 30.61 S &...................B Evans 2 85751 Solstice 30.48 .................................. B Dann 3 22665 Trust Issues 30.04 J &.....................D Fahey 4 17857 Another Belle 30.59 ...............J T McInerney 5 x8826 Frosty Action 30.26 S & ..................B Evans

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Christchurch dogs Today at Addington raceway 6 76257 Know Mention 30.06 ......................G Cleeve 7 45222 Wears The Gold 30.58 .................C Roberts 8 7Fx46 Raewyn 30.43 H & ..............................Taylor 9 46785 Goldstar Avery 30.24 S &................B Evans 10 37774 Breaking Mad 30.57 ........................ M Grant 4 12.58pm THE TURF BAR DASH C3, 295m 1 83826 Mandi Mae 17.21 C & ........................ Fagan 2 14427 Mrs Phyliss 17.44 ......................A Bradshaw 3 12775 Feral Coaster 17.39 .....................M A Butler 4 82568 Rand 17.19 ............................J T McInerney 5 87265 Bigtime Tip 17.39 M & ......................... Smith 6 44331 Opawa Val nwtd L & ........................... Wales 7 81553 Deman Blue Blood 17.43 .......J T McInerney 8 27451 Wunzee 17.21 ........................J T McInerney 9 16285 Troublesome Brit 17.39 ................C Roberts 10 16875 Magic Dozer 17.37 .................... G T Bennett 5 1.16pm THURSDAY PLACE PICK STAKES C3, 520m 1 73542 Know Scholar 30.53 .......................G Cleeve 2 46527 Luminary 30.16 .........................R Blackburn 3 75652 Mystic Action 30.35 S & ..................B Evans 4 11313 Opawa Brad 30.30 J & ....................D Fahey 5 54145 Boston Heart nwtd ......................B Freeman 6 18443 Know Worth 30.72..........................G Cleeve 7 52668 Smokey Action 30.36 S & ...............B Evans 8 78377 Another Liz 30.63 ...................J T McInerney 9 46785 Goldstar Avery 30.24 S &................B Evans 10 37774 Breaking Mad 30.57 ........................ M Grant 6 1.33pm (NZT) CAROL’S T.A.B. CLENDON INN DASH C2, 295m 1 55758 Eug The Scrooge 17.69 M & .............Jopson 2 22532 Lauren The Leech 17.55 ...................J Dunn 3 36687 Budgie Right 17.50 H & ......................Taylor 4 535x4 Opawa Binge nwtd L &....................... Wales

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38214 Joey Baxter 17.41 ..................J T McInerney 5 56314 Opawa Norris 30.33 J & ..................D Fahey 88485 Another Spin 17.33 ................J T McInerney 6 65534 Lektra Concord 30.72 ....................G Cleeve 42847 Sweet Marylou 17.36 ................R Blackburn 7 13627 Ace Bale 30.37.............................C Roberts 13441 Opawa Lean Meat 17.24 L & ............. Wales 8 32124 Opawa Shackley 29.86 J & .............D Fahey 47887 Time Slayer 17.26 M &........................ Smith 9 14257 Epic Dream 30.00 .........................R Adcock 7 1.51pm A2B ASPHALT CANTERBURY STAKES 10 2.43pm I PAVE CONCRETE SPRINT C5, 295m C3/4, 520m 1 71121 Patchwork Alice 17.09...................... B Dann 1 88887 Goldstar Po 30.18 S & ....................B Evans 2 12111 Swimming Goat 16.79........................C Weir 2 38245 Botany Alan 30.46..................J T McInerney 3 32484 Puma Pants 17.02..................J T McInerney 3 75767 Jon Snow Lives 30.40 ..................C Roberts 4 11364 Speedy Return 17.14 H & ...................Taylor 4 47362 Boston Billy 30.40 H & ........................Taylor 5 75387 Grand Apache 17.09 S & ................B Evans 5 33318 Tamara May 30.26 .......................... M Grant 6 22518 Sopoaga 17.32..........................A Bradshaw 6 61614 Goldstar Dallas 30.23 S &...............B Evans 7 51166 Carnegie Hall 17.07 ........................ M Grant 7 55363 Majestic Action 30.00 J &................D Fahey 8 61277 Cathy Maree 17.17.......................... M Grant 8 x1544 Know Style 30.26 ...........................G Cleeve 9 83182 Homebush Rufus 17.34 .........J T McInerney 9 46785 Goldstar Avery 30.24 S &................B Evans 10 66571 Homebush Zippy 17.13 ..........J T McInerney 10 37774 Breaking Mad 30.57 ........................ M Grant 11 3.01pm AMBER CLEANING SERVICES DASH C5, 8 2.08pm KOLORFUL KANVAS SPRINT C3, 295m 295m 1 56567 Get Ready Freddy 17.12 ...........A Bradshaw 1 87153 Rapaki Kath 17.21 H & .......................Taylor 2 41783 Chicago Black 17.35 ..............J T McInerney 2 34135 Miss Fanning 17.11 .......................... B Dann 3 46735 Adjudicator 17.23 S & .....................B Evans 3 24155 Magic Mike 17.16 .........................C Roberts 4 56262 Max Stix 17.32 .............................C Roberts 4 12427 Kihael Kaluna 17.20 J &..................D Fahey 5 17522 God Particle 17.40 ..............................A Lee 5 52471 Homebush Kelso 17.04 ..........J T McInerney 6 55571 Know Struggle 17.34......................G Cleeve 6 71187 Firemans Galaxy 16.96 ..................G Cleeve 7 23464 Ohoka Billy 17.22 ......................... L Waretini 7 31322 Burn Early 17.09 H & ..........................Taylor 8 48841 Homebush Errol 17.32 ...........J T McInerney 8 31873 Smash That 17.21 ........................... M Grant 9 16285 Troublesome Brit 17.39 ................C Roberts 9 83182 Homebush Rufus 17.34 .........J T McInerney 10 84748 Harsesis 17.42 ..........................R Blackburn 10 17147 Barnicle Bullet 17.33 ....................... M Grant 9 2.26pm CHRISTCHURCH CASINO STAKES C5, 12 3.18pm LIVAMOL SPRINT C4, 295m 520m 1 67216 Go Poppy 17.29 M & .......................P Binnie 1 42638 Homebush Howard 30.22 ......J T McInerney 2 63225 Fliberty Jiberty 17.32 ....................... B Dann 2 32538 Ebert Bale 30.09 ..........................C Roberts 3 37147 Dyna Quirk 17.11 .........................C Roberts 3 11123 Zipping Jordan 30.24 .........................C Weir 4 14683 Magic Wizard 17.39 ...........................C Weir 4 53481 With Pride 30.15 .............................. B Dann 5 26368 Ultra Action 17.24 S &.....................B Evans

6 61573 Dad’s Ambition 17.41 ...................... M Grant 7 64143 Opawa Rocket 17.13 L & ................... Wales 8 84318 Grifinator 17.33 C & ........................... Fagan 9 71786 Chippy Jordy 17.37 M & ....................Jopson 10 73784 Homebush Riley 17.42 ...........J T McInerney LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd - First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track SELECTIONS: Race 1: Opawa Jemaine, Briseur De Reves, Greet The Judge, Avalanch City, Whip Uppa Storm Race 2: Dream Large, Jinja Brian, Terra Mondo, Norman Jewel, Maudie’s Babe Race 3: Trust Issues, Frosty Action, Wears The Gold, Solstice, Raewyn Race 4: Mrs Phyliss, Opawa Val, Mandi Mae, Feral Coaster, Rand Race 5: Opawa Brad, Luminary, Mystic Action, Boston Heart, Know Scholar Race 6: Sweet Marylou, Lauren The Leech, Opawa Lean Meat, Eug The Scrooge, Budgie Right Race 7: Know Style, Boston Billy, Majestic Action, Botany Alan, Goldstar Dallas Race 8: Ohoka Billy, Homebush Errol, Get Ready Freddy, Chicago Black, God Particle Race 9: Zipping Jordan, Opawa Shackley, Homebush Howard, Opawa Norris, Ace Bale Race 10: Swimming Goat, Patchwork Alice, Puma Pants, Sopoaga, Speedy Return Race 11: Burn Early, Kihael Kaluna, Smash That, Miss Fanning, Magic Mike Race 12: Fliberty Jiberty, Dyna Quirk, Go Poppy, Opawa Rocket, Grifinator

Waipa gallops Today at Te Awamutu raceway

Waipa Racing Club Venue: Te Awamutu Meeting Date: 24 November 2016 NZ Meeting number: 7 Doubles: 2 and 3; 4 and 5; 6 and 7; 8 and 9 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9 1 12.32pm (NZT) NZI MAIDEN 1150 $7000, MDN, 1150m 1 32405 St Regis (16) 58.5 ......................R Elliot (a2) 2 2684x Marchero (3) 58.5 .........................M Tanaka 3 3586x Duke Of Sussex 58.5 ................... Scratched 4 Imnotsure h (11) 58.5..................T Thornton 5 2 Ambitious Winner b (10) 57........M Coleman 6 Cut To The Chase h (7) 57 ..............A Collett 7 Colorado Bay (14) 57 8 Intrepid Lad (5) 57............S Weatherley (a2) 9 Red Myth (17) 57 10 529x4 Kaldorei (6) 56.5 .............................S Collett 11 x44x5 Maui Miss (15) 55 12 44 Belle Hope (9) 55 ........................ D Johnson 13 5 Miss Bumblebee (4) 55 ..................V Colgan 14 5. Soul Serenade h (13) 55 ....L Magorrian (a1) 15 7x Miss Louboutin (8) 55 ..............A Jones (a1) 16 8x Gloss 55 ....................................... Scratched 17 0x Miss Paddimosa (12) 55 18 0 Tuscarora (18) 56.5 .................... L Satherley 19 77x Longford (2) 57 20 6x0 Shear Velocity (1) 56.5 Emergencies: Miss Louboutin, Gloss, Miss Paddimosa, Tuscarora, Longford, Shear Velocity 2 1.07pm VILAGRAD 3YO MAIDEN 1400 $7000, MDN 3YO, 1400m 1 3 Wehadadeal h (4) 57.5...............M Cameron 2 4. Tiptronic (9) 57.5 ............................. C Grylls 3 Daytona Red (18) 57.5 ......................L Innes 4 Pursued h (13) 57.5 5 3863 Miss Catherine (16) 55.5............. E Farr (a2) 6 7x25 Date Night (3) 55.5......................C Lammas 7 82 Royal Touch (11) 55.5 ..................... S Spratt 8 42x0 Voleuse (19) 55.5 9 Princess Sapphire (1) 55.5 ........M Coleman 10 0x0 Gottalikeher (17) 55.5 11 6 Grand Soleil (10) 55.5 .....................S Collett 12 Miss Ellan Vannin (6) 55.5 ........S McKay (a) 13 7 She’s A Ripper 55.5 ..................... Scratched 14 7. Tourmaline (5) 55.5 ..................... D Johnson 15 0 Toute sur Rouge (7) 57.5 16 0x9. Aongatete Express (12) 57.5 -

M9 Auckland Greyhound Racing Club Venue: Manukau Stadium Meeting Date: 24 November, 2016 NZ Meeting number: 9 Doubles: 2 and 3; 4 and 5; 6 and 7; 8 and 9 Trebles: 1, 2 and 3; 4, 5 and 6; 7, 8 and 9 1 3.36pm (NZT) GREYHOUNDS AS PETS SPRINT C0, 318m 1 62645 Miss Shellac nwtd ............................M Black 2 32254 Warrior Tony nwtd U & ......................Cottam 3 6363 Bold Sassy nwtd ........................D Schofield 4 Fancy Gas nwtd M & ........................ J Smith 5 1 Good Job nwtd ................................P Green 6 77887 Minute Sixteen nwtd..........................G Hunt 7 78522 Alex Attack nwtd U &.........................Cottam 8 46 Ali Ali Ali nwtd W & ..........................T Steele 9 58868 Mighty Artemis nwtd .........................G Hunt 2 3.54pm DELI’S SPORTS BAR CLENDON INN SPRINT C1, 318m 1 71682 Fantastic Zoe nwtd .....................D Schofield 2 174 Mega Munchies 18.70 U &................Cottam 3 67816 Off The Grid nwtd W & ....................T Steele 4 24442 Stainless Knocka nwtd U & ...................Bliek 5 47526 Tepirita Amber 18.58 R & ............N O’Regan 6 76466 Kit And Caboodle 18.18 .............D Schofield 7 45454 Lord De Air 18.52 .............................M Black 8 46654 Zipping Ringo nwtd ........................... D Hunt 9 32875 Tuff Star 18.66 U &............................Cottam

17 0900 Bullet Mist h (15) 55.5 18 00x0. I Am Blessed (14) 55.5 19 3 Checkout h (2) 55.5 20 Kuia (8) 55.5 Emergencies: Toute sur Rouge, Aongatete Express, Bullet Mist, I Am Blessed, Checkout, Kuia 3 1.42pm CAL ISUZU MAIDEN 1580 $7000, MDN, 1580m 1 5x Dear Douglas (12) 58.5..............M Cameron 2 75x85 Natural Vitality (5) 58.5................T Thornton 3 08775 Eyeslucky (9) 58.5 4 99x70 Herschal (14) 58.5 ......................C Lammas 5 588 Plimmer (8) 57 ..........................S McKay (a) 6 4x372 All Razzle Dazzle b (6) 56.5...........V Colgan 7 26x3 Forreel b (11) 56.5 .....................M Coleman 8 577x2 Lady Ferner h (1) 56.5 ......................L Innes 9 298 Secret Merchine (2) 56.5 ........... L Satherley 10 4x8 Morals h (7) 56.5 .............................A Collett 11 080x8 Champagne Tilly (4) 56.5 ................ S Spratt 12 97 Medini (10) 56.5 .........................R Elliot (a2) 13 58 Angeline (13) 55.......................... D Johnson 14 7 Blue Haze h (3) 55 ........................M Tanaka 15 Miss Ellan Vannin 55 .................... Scratched Emergency: Miss Ellan Vannin 4 2.17pm QUINLAN ELETRICAL MAIDEN 1580 $7000, MDN, 1580m 1 80x64 Ready To Rumble (2) 58.5 .........A Sims (a3) 2 63760 Kakahu Stalker (1) 58.5 .............M Cameron 3 Mercury Rising (13) 57..............S McKay (a) 4 2x6x5 Our Redneck Rebel (10) 56.5 .... L Satherley 5 304x8 Itsabird (14) 56.5 ......................... E Farr (a2) 6 44602 Marshal h (3) 56.5 ............S Weatherley (a2) 7 9x398 Spring Show h (6) 56.5 ......................M Hills 8 70x65 Shonali h (12) 56.5.......................... S Spratt 9 707x El Jodi (7) 56.5 ................................S Collett 10 75000 I’ll Stand By You (5) 56.5 .........B Hutton (a1) 11 979x0 Picnic Bay (4) 56.5 .....................G Cooksley 12 0x00x Rhythm ‘N Play (11) 56.5 ...........V Gatu (a2) 13 5 Driven Force (9) 55 14 8 Got It (8) 55 .................................C Lammas 15 Miss Ellan Vannin 55 .................... Scratched Emergency: Miss Ellan Vannin 5 2.52pm PIC RATING 75 1580 $8000, Rating 75 Benchmark, 1580m 1 53375 Sky Idea t (2) 59.............................. S Spratt 2 8x162 Laddie Of Oakview tbh (6) 57 ...........L Innes

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53x61 Waterberg (1) 56 ............................. C Grylls x0756 Volts (3) 54 .......................S Weatherley (a2) 0x0x9 Jesdemona m (5) 54 ...................T Thornton 05984 Rubee m (4) 54 ...............................S Collett 09004 Flying On Red (7) 54...........A Schwerin (a2) 4 Master Genie 54 .......................... Scratched 6 3.27pm IRWINS TRUCKS & BUSES RATING 65 1400 $7000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1400m 1 x6851 Casing The Joint d (8) 59 2 282x8 Bonny Emilia d (6) 58.................. D Johnson 3 x9x14 In Position 58 ............................... Scratched 4 6x051 O’Guy 58 ...................................... Scratched 5 762x0 Bear th (9) 58 .................................. C Grylls 6 10385 I Paco (12) 58.............................M Cameron 7 869x0 Sam’s Ready tdh (17) 58 ..................L Innes 8 434x2 Miss Pareto (14) 57 ....................M Coleman 9 0x1x0 Myladyachiever (10) 57 ..............R Elliot (a2) 10 19x36 Calligraphy t (2) 56.5 ..................V Gatu (a2) 11 01943 Phoebe Snow 56.5....................... Scratched 12 0197x Poetic Affair (4) 56.5........................ S Spratt 13 14 Dragon Robe t (5) 56 ..................C Lammas 14 21 Maenoha th (7) 56 15 77664 Prairie Creek m (13) 56.5 16 4x538 Rio Claro tmh (15) 56.5.................M Tanaka 17 0xPx0 Accolades m (16) 54.5 18 36686 Real Winners dm (3) 56 19 04059 Bold Bachelor (1) 55.5 20 096x7 Honkietonk Tiger t (11) 55.5 Emergencies: Prairie Creek, Rio Claro, Accolades, Real Winners, Bold Bachelor, Honkietonk Tiger 7 4.07pm MAGNUM INDUSTRIES RATING 65 1150 $7000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 1150m 1 109x7 Masabio (14) 59.5 .................H Marzuki (a4) 2 41x Auctioneer (13) 59.....................S McKay (a) 3 2436x Bigsie 59 ...................................... Scratched 4 213x Julius 59 ....................................... Scratched 5 x889x Conquering Kenny m (6) 58.5Z N Azman (a3) 6 6589x Wawrinka (4) 58 ..........................T Thornton 7 213x5 Great Expectations (5) 57.5 ..... K McCulloch 8 7747x Lookatmepins (16) 57.5 ...S Weatherley (a2) 9 23556 Salted Caramel m (2) 57 ..........A Jones (a1) 10 54783 Esbeedee (10) 57 ......................R Elliot (a2) 11 619x4 Ballychine b (1) 56.5 ....................... C Grylls 12 214x8 Kaharoa Rose (3) 56.................. L Satherley 13 10x30 Star Vinsky (9) 56............................S Collett 14 0300x A’Larose h (11) 55 ..........................A Collett

15 60x4x Ultimate Image (7) 56.5 .............M Coleman 16 60709 Jud Strunk h (12) 55 17 70600 Cabaret m (8) 54 18 0x0x9 Link Road (15) 55 Emergencies: Ultimate Image, Jud Strunk, Cabaret, Link Road 8 4.42pm FARELLY CALF REARING MAIDEN 2000 $7000, MDN, 2000m 1 52042 Road Trip (11) 58.5 .....................T Thornton 2 59x95 Buster Abbott h (10) 58.5 ................ C Grylls 3 El Sea Golden (8) 58.5 ............. T Miles (a4) 4 6x080 Majestic Chief h (5) 58.5 ............M Cameron 5 86899 Mighty Colombo (4) 58.5.................S Collett 6 7 Mueled (1) 58.5 .......................... L Satherley 7 200x7 Run Forrest Run (13) 58.5 8 7748 Narvick (15) 57................................A Collett 9 8x233 Cherry Bay (7) 56.5...........................L Innes 10 54232 Keen To Keeper (14) 56.5 ...........C Lammas 11 34 Sosecret (6) 56.5 ............................ S Spratt 12 9854 Sorrell (9) 56.5 .................S Weatherley (a2) 13 50406 Elie Saab h (12) 56.5 .................. D Johnson 14 0x9x9 Molly Pond (3) 56.5 ..................A Jones (a1) 15 4x755 Darci Deniro (2) 58.5 Emergency: Darci Deniro 9 5.17pm TE AWAMUTU COURIER RATING 65 2000 $7000, Rating 65 Benchmark*, 2000m 1 67810 The Chief (4) 59 ..................A Schwerin (a2) 2 2x006 Southern Dancer td (3) 58 ..............A Collett 3 64091 Domerova tdm (9) 57.5 ...............C Lammas 4 18x00 Sir Sava (12) 57.5 ......................G Cooksley 5 00x83 Varro td (1) 57.5 ......................... L Satherley 6 60769 Lamason (7) 57 7 x1377 Georgethefifth m (2) 56.5 ................S Collett 8 00x03 Two Gee’s th (5) 56.5 ..................T Thornton 9 18686 Skylla d (8) 56 ............................R Elliot (a2) 10 86950 Elegant Lad m (11) 55.5 ....L Magorrian (a1) 11 04056 Sakhee’s Star m (13) 55 ............M Cameron 12 10045 Keandra tmbh (6) 54 ....................... C Grylls 13 00x08 Sweet Molly m (10) 54 .............A Jones (a1) Blinkers on : Miss Louboutin (R1), Aongatete Express (R2), Forreel (R3), Rhythm ‘N Play, Driven Force (R4), Calligraphy, Rio Claro (R6), Buster Abbott, Mighty Colombo, Mueled, Molly Pond (R8) Blinkers off : Shear Velocity (R1), Date Night (R2), Real Winners (R6), Masabio (R7), Sweet Molly (R9) Winkers on : Shear Velocity (R1), Bold Bachelor (R6)

Winkers off : Calligraphy, Rio Claro (R6), Buster Abbott, Mueled (R8) LEGEND:

Runner Form b - Beaten favourite at last start c - Won at this distance on this course d - Won at this distance on another course h - Home track m - Won in heavy going t - Won at track X - Spell of three months Race Information hcp - handicap mdn - maiden nmw - no metropolitan wins opn - open r80 - rating 3yo - nominated age 3yo & up - nominated age and up 3yo f - nominated age and type 3 & 4yos - combined age groups c&g - colts and geldings cg&e - colts, geldings and entires e&g - entires and geldings f&m - fillies and mares hwt - high weight sw - set weight swp - set weights and penalties spa - set weights, penalties and allowances wfa - weight for age wlt - welter weight wfp - weight for age with penalties and allowances SELECTIONS: Race 1: Miss Bumblebee, Ambitious Winner, Belle Hope, Cut To The Chase, Kaldorei Race 2: Tiptronic, Royal Touch, Date Night, Pursued, Wehadadeal Race 3: All Razzle Dazzle, Forreel, Morals, Lady Ferner, Natural Vitality Race 4: Driven Force, Shonali, Marshal, Our Redneck Rebel, Got It Race 5: Waterberg, Laddie Of Oakview, Volts, Sky Idea, Rubee Race 6: Maenoha, Dragon Robe, Calligraphy, Miss Pareto Race 7: Star Vinsky, Great Expectations, Kaharoa Rose, Auctioneer, Masabio Race 8: Road Trip, Keen To Keeper, Cherry Bay, Narvick, Sosecret Race 9: Domerova, The Chief, Varro, Sir Sava, Southern Dancer

Auckland dogs Today at Manukau Stadium

1 87673 Unileven 18.64 ...........................D Schofield 5 13176 Von Trapp 18.18 ................................B Craik 10 67886 Golfing Buddy 18.64 R & ............N O’Regan REWARDS SPRINT C2, 318m 2 13313 Umaga Rama 18.61 B & .................... Steele 6 62861 Idol Gee 18.68 B &............................. Steele 1 16846 Opawa Libby nwtd B & ....................... Steele 3 14263 Locha Knocka 18.68 ....................... T Green 7 5641F No More Debt 18.46........................ T Green 2 32782 Electric Dee Eye 18.73 ...................P Green 4 25572 Fantastic Lucy 18.22 ..................D Schofield 8 53142 Powder Jack 18.30 G H & ....... PC Ferguson 3 54351 Sacred Can You 18.54 R & .........N O’Regan 5 32322 Stylish Fancy 18.39 ....................D Schofield 9 18688 Raging Demon 18.48 U & .....................Bliek 4 32711 Highland Laddie 18.66 ................. H Mullane 6 85561 Sandor Glegane 18.37 .................... T Green 8 5.51pm PUMP & ENGINEERING SERVICES LTD 5 676F7 Skyler White 18.60 ............................B Craik 7 x7747 Brown Eye Boy 18.43................... H Mullane STAKES C2, 527m 1 54345 Zipping Kasey nwtd....................D Schofield 6 86453 Gee Thunder 18.50 ......................R K Roper 8 74211 Zipping Jane 18.61 ........................... D Hunt 2 52564 Nangar Gem 30.75 ....................D Schofield 7 65314 New Look nwtd ..........................D Schofield 9 47518 Jinja Luca nwtd W &........................T Steele 3 33225 Zimmer Frame 30.87 U &......................Bliek 8 76681 Cool Marlow 18.50 ..................... G Pomeroy 10 65385 Ekali 18.42 ..................................... G Farrell 4 17216 Thrilling Surge nwtd ........................ K Walsh 9 32124 Kapai Lana 18.83 U & ...........................Bliek 6 5.04pm PLASTERBOARD STAKES C1, 527m 1 76227 April’s My Mum 30.57...................... T Green 5 43362 Mr. Mumbles 30.75 R &...............N O’Regan 10 68827 Lady Jane 18.72 B &.......................... Steele 4 4.29pm GREYHOUND FUNCTION CENTRE SPRINT 2 45485 Thrilling Evie 30.98 U & ........................Bliek 6 41465 Jinja Mia nwtd W &..........................T Steele C1, 318m 3 73552 Idol Leanne 30.71 B & ....................... Steele 7 25756 Jinja Heart nwtd W & ......................T Steele 1 37752 Asta 18.74 .....................................A Cleaver 4 45222 Opawa Harry nwtd B & ...................... Steele 8 55136 Cookie Monster nwtd ........................B Craik 2 63445 Just About Ready 18.92...................M Black 5 78777 Miss Bunnythorpe nwtd U &..............Cottam 9 57476 Who Dat Boy 30.51 ...................... H Mullane 3 38886 Here Without You nwtd R & .........N O’Regan 6 41587 Scott The Looks 30.62 U & ...............Cottam 9 6.18pm TROPHIES PLUS SPRINT C3, 318m 1 31735 Hot Star 18.61 ...............................A Cleaver 4 F4667 Spearmint Juju 18.70 U & .................Cottam 7 65876 Scott No Value nwtd ..........................G Hunt 2 88523 Macjam 18.33 ............................D Schofield 5 1151 Saint Sassy 18.62 ......................D Schofield 8 62733 Fortis Flier 30.74 U & ........................Cottam 3 22832 Simply Sam 18.38 ......................D Schofield 6 74127 La Wildy Man nwtd ..........................P Green 9 71648 Cosmic Rover 30.73........................ T Green 7 43333 Agent Schrader 18.56 .......................B Craik 7 5.23pm STITCHES UPHOLSTERY SPRINT C4/5, 4 58242 Rockin’ Fancy 18.57 ...................D Schofield 5 88121 Coruba Cate 18.65......................... G Farrell 8 77438 Opawa Poppy 18.51 B & .................... Steele 318m 1 3F471 Santa Sangre 18.65 ...................D Schofield 6 24114 Le Roi 18.78 B & ................................ Steele 9 8665F Bouncie Al 19.09 ............................. T Green 2 x2358 Fabio nwtd B & ................................... Steele 7 17472 Bigtime Moola nwtd U &........................Bliek 10 F4757 Allegro Cody nwtd ............................. D Hunt 5 4.48pm CAROL’S TAB CLENDON INN SPRINT C4, 3 14523 Nangar Star 18.05......................D Schofield 8 14451 Obstinatus 18.25 R & ..................N O’Regan 4 8111x Mittyesque 18.39...............................B Craik 318m 9 71737 Drury 18.41 ...................................A Cleaver

3 4.11pm AGRC

10 21184 Myrniong Girl 18.62 ........................ T Green LEGEND: fsdt - First Start Here nwd - No Win this Distance fstd - First Start This Distance 31 13 - Best Winning Time This Track SELECTIONS: Race 1: Good Job, Fancy Gas, Bold Sassy, Warrior Tony, Miss Shellac Race 2: Fantastic Zoe, Kit And Caboodle, Stainless Knocka, Zipping Ringo, Lord De Air Race 3: Highland Laddie, New Look, Gee Thunder, Electric Dee Eye, Cool Marlow Race 4: Saint Sassy, La Wildy Man, Asta, Agent Schrader, Opawa Poppy Race 5: Fantastic Lucy, Stylish Fancy, Unileven, Umaga Rama, Locha Knocka Race 6: Opawa Harry, April’s My Mum, Idol Leanne, Fortis Flier, Thrilling Evie Race 7: Nangar Star, Von Trapp, Santa Sangre, Powder Jack, Fabio Race 8: Thrilling Surge, Nangar Gem, Zipping Kasey, Zimmer Frame, Jinja Mia Race 9: Obstinatus, Macjam, Rockin’ Fancy, Hot Star, Simply Sam


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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Ashburton Guardian

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■ RUGBY LEAGUE

‘I’ve been made a scapegoat’

Warriors to play in Hamilton

South African captain Faf du Plessis says he’s made been a world cricket scapegoat by being found guilty of ball tampering. Du Plessis insists he did nothing wrong when shining the ball with saliva while sucking on a mint during the second Test against Australia in Hobart last week. “The verdict was that I was guilty,” du Plessis told reporters in Adelaide on Wednesday. “I still completely disagree with that. I felt like I have done nothing wrong ... it’s not like I was trying to cheat or anything.” Du Plessis said he had been made a “scapegoat” by the International Cricket Council, which on Tuesday found him guilty of ball tampering. Du Plessis was fined his entire match fee from the Hobart Test, given three demerit points but avoided being banned for the third Test starting today in Adelaide. “I just ask for everyone to be treated the same way,” he said. “With ball tampering, it’s a real negative ... the term cheat has been thrown around and that is something I do not take lightly. “I did nothing wrong. I was shining the cricket ball ... and every single team I have played in does the same thing.”

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South Africa’s cricket captain Faf du Plessis pretends to lick his little finger as he comments in Adelaide, Australia, yesterday after being found guilty and fined for ball tampering by the International Cricket Council. PHOTO AP Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat said the squad will consult further with lawyers before deciding whether

to appeal the guilty verdict. Lorgat described it as unprecedented case and cited an inconsistent application of the rules

regarding ball shining. “We want to define the rules more carefully,” Lorgat said. - AAP

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Hamilton’s FMG Stadium Waikato is set to host a Warriors home game for the first time next NRL season. While the opposition, date and kick-off time won’t be known until the full NRL draw is released today, Warriors managing director Jim Doyle said agreement had been reached with H3 (Hamilton City Council’s event facilities division) to use Waikato’s main stadium for the club’s one scheduled game away from Mount Smart Stadium next year. Hamilton has previously staged three NRL fixtures involving the Warriors but they were ‘away’ games brought to the city by the Parramatta Eels (2005 and 2006) and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (2014). “It’s fantastic that we’re able to make Hamilton a home venue for the first time,” Doyle said. “It’s a terrific stadium and it has the advantage of being so close to Auckland for so many of our members and fans. “The Vodafone Warriors have long-standing links with the Waikato region through so many players.” - NZME

Manawatu harness Today at Manawatu raceway

Manawatu Harness Racing Club Venue: Manawatu Raceway Meeting Date: 24 November 2016 NZ Meeting number: 5 Doubles: 2 and 3; 4 and 5; 6 and 7 Trebles: 2, 3 and 4; 5, 6 and 7. 1 5.12pm (NZT) DAVIS TRADING HANDICAP TROT $7000, up to r47 & r48 to r55 & r48 to r56 & r57 to r63 & r64 ..., stand, 2500m 1 58996 Aunty Jan (1) fr.................................A Pyers 2 35634 Above The Rest (2) fr ...............K Chittenden 3 6x889 Malabar Spur (U1) fr ................. J Abernethy 4 x7750 Mistress Castleton 20 .................. Scratched 5 87840 Brookside Colt (U1) 20................A Poutama 6 64x51 One Night Out (1) 30.....................B Weaver 7 48x60 Clifden Clowers (1) 40.......... D Ferguson (J) 8 24727 Danke (2) 40 .................................. G Martin 9 55265 Speedy Earl (3) 40 ....................S Abernethy 10 70888 Harry H (U1) 40.............................P Butcher 11 62643 Larch (U2) 40 ............................... D Butcher 12 47322 The Scruff (U1) 50 .....................P Ferguson 13 7x013 Master Monarchy (1) 80 ...................J Curtin 2 5.41pm OUTBACK TRADING MOBILE PACE $6500, 3yo+ up to & including r58, r59 to r61 with cond. mob. ..., mobile, 2500m

1 50P66 Soldier (1) fr ................................... G Martin 2 087P8 Halston Bromac (2) fr ..................A Poutama 3 77607 Lucky John (3) fr ...........................P Butcher 4 800x8 Dashing Dane (4) fr...................S Abernethy 5 74914 Aces N Eights (5) fr ........................S Phelan 6 42022 Arcano (6) fr .....................................J Curtin 7 x5631 Kiwi Tintin (7) fr ....................... B Butcher (J) 8 770x3 Pure Desire (21) fr .....................P Ferguson 9 21187 Tennyson Inlet (22) fr ........... D Ferguson (J) 10 473x1 Lynton Creek (23) fr ..................... D Butcher 11 51057 P Tomado (24) fr ....................... J Abernethy 3 6.07pm NAYLOR LAWRENCE ACCOUNTANTS MOBILE PACE $6500, 3yo+ up to & including r55 mob. pace, mobile, 2000m 1 59882 Sundara (1) fr ............................S Abernethy 2 26x64 Tenacious Bromac (2) fr ..............A Poutama 3 3x719 Manihiki Pearl (3) fr ................. B Butcher (J) 4 8667x Righteous Royale (4) fr ..................B Towers 5 44393 Lucky Luciano (5) fr ...................P Ferguson 6 0x795 Sweet Alice (6) fr...........................B Weaver 7 60927 Cut The Cards (7) fr .......................S Phelan 8 54786 Chrissie Jet (21) fr........................ D Butcher 9 6x535 Strawb’s Chippie (22) fr ....................J Curtin

10 030x8 Local Yokel (23) fr ...................... J Abernethy 6.33pm VISIQUE NAYLOR PALMER OPTOMETRISTS MOBILE PACE $6500, 3yo+ up to & including r55 mob. pace, mobile, 2000m 1 7x773 Contractual Issues (1) fr....... D Ferguson (J) 2 10752 Rangi Rangdu (2) fr .......................S Phelan 3 00319 Will Desire (3) fr ...................... B Butcher (J) 4 009x7 Diamond Delight (4) fr .................A Poutama 5 250x9 Megatron (5) fr ..............................P Butcher 6 x6804 Yankee Brandy (6) fr .................... C Webber 7 38684 Danse Macabre (7) fr .................P Ferguson 8 08255 Jack Bates (21) fr .............................J Curtin 61 Mychristian (22) fr ........................ D Butcher 9 5 7.03pm CARTOWN MOBILE PACE $6000, nonwinners mob. pace, mobile, 2500m 1 8 Jersey Joe Walcott (1) fr ............P Ferguson 2 77322 Luna De Miel (2) fr ......................A Poutama 3 Silver Bullet (3) fr.......................... D Butcher 4 54733 Stars Delight (4) fr ................... B Butcher (J) 5 55449 Song Of Victory (5) fr ................S Abernethy 6 6066x Acton Town (6) fr .......................... C Webber 7 0x606 Go Paddy (U1) fr ..............................A Pyers 8 x9795 Cottonwood (U2) fr...........................B Taylor

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9 8x854 Rebel Richie (U3) fr ............. D Ferguson (J) 7.30pm MATT AND MARION HICKEY MOBILE PACE $8000, 3yo+ r57 to r74 mob. pace, mobile, 2500m 1 04699 Regency Franco (1) fr ................P Ferguson 2 66x92 Stand Sure (2) fr ...........................P Butcher 3 7x861 Extra Guinness (3) fr ........................J Curtin 4 48246 Janron (4) fr ....................................S Doody 5 05114 Delightful Zen (5) fr ...................... D Butcher 6 31053 Prime Lustre (6) fr .......................A Poutama 7 576x4 Ralph Elliott (7) fr ......................... S Dickson 8 168P8 Our Wicklow (21) fr ........................S Phelan 9 328x4 Ultimate Desire (22) fr .......... D Ferguson (J) 10 6x771 Jonah Jones (23) fr ................. B Butcher (J) 11 59115 Brainstormer (24) fr ...................S Abernethy 12 64531 Franco Lennox (25) fr ................ J Abernethy 7 8.05pm ALLAN MCNEILL ACCOUNTANTS MOBILE PACE $6000, non-winners mob. pace, mobile, 2000m 1 8 Lynx (1) fr ................................ B Butcher (J) 2 3x236 Strawb’s Regal Act (2) fr ..................J Curtin 3 Callmemaybe (3) fr...........................G Small 4 433x7 Valmara (4) fr ..............................A Poutama 5 2555 The C E O (5) fr ............................P Butcher

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6 7x403 Stravaganza (6) fr .....................S Abernethy 7 76262 Glendene (7) fr .......................... J Abernethy 8 4 Miranda Maguire (21) fr ............... D Butcher LEGEND: X - Spell from racing of at least 3 months P - Retired (or pulled up) from race L - Driver unseated U1 - Unruly beginner {C} - Concession driver {C.cl} - Claiming concession driver which allows horse to start one class down SELECTIONS: Race 1: The Scruff, Master Monarchy, Larch, One Night Out Race 2: Arcano, Lynton Creek, P Tomado, Kiwi Tintin Race 3: Sundara, Chrissie Jet, Tenacious Bromac, Lucky Luciano Race 4: Yankee Brandy, Contractual Issues, Rangi Rangdu, Mychristian Race 5: Luna De Miel, Stars Delight, Rebel Richie, Song Of Victory Race 6: Ultimate Desire, Prime Lustre, Franco Lennox, Stand Sure Race 7: Miranda Maguire, Strawb’s Regal Act, Glendene,

The C E O

Daily Events Thursday 9.30am - 11.00am BALMORAL HALL LINE DANCERS. Fun exercise during term time. Balmoral Hall, Cameron Street. 9.30am - 11.30am MID CANTERBURY BADMINTON. New players welcome. Enquiries to Clark Gillies 021-146-3619. EA Networks Centre Stadium. 9.30am - 12.30pm ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY. Open for toy hire Thursday and Saturday, Methodist Baring Square Church hall.

FRIDAY 6am ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Real women circuit training in hall, 48 Allen’s Road, Allenton.

9.30am - 12.30pm ASHBURTON METHODIST GOODWILL SHOP. Sell pre-loved second hand clothing. Tinwald Methodist Church, Cnr Archibald and Jane Street, Tinwald. 9.30am - 1.30pm ASHBURTON BAPTIST CHURCH. Good clean used clothing, last day for the year is 17th November. Ashburton Baptist Church, Cnr Havelock and Cass Street, entry Havelock Street. 9.30am - 4pm ASHBURTON MENZ SHED. Open day for all members. 182 Methven

Highway (Old Allenton Nurseries Packing Shed). 10am ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Fit kidz, 48 Allen’s Road, Allenton. 10am METHVEN HERITAGE CENTRE. New Zealand Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, interactive fun for all ages. Main Street, Methven. 10.15am MSA TAI CHI. Beginners refresher and learning of Tai Chi for Arthritis. M.S.A. Social Hall, Havelock Street.

10.45am MSA TAI CHI. Stretching exercises for all abilities. M.S.A. Social Hall, Havelock Street. 1pm - 3pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM A great selection of may aircraft from past to the future. Ashburton airport, Seafield Road. 1.30pm ASHBURTON MSA PETANQUE CLUB. Social day, come and try it yourself. 115 Racecourse Road, Ashburton.

2pm RSA WOMEN’S SECTION. Social afternoon, R.S.A. Cox Street. 2pm - 4pm VINTAGE CAR CLUB. Museum and parts shed open. 86 Maronan Road, Tinwald. 7.30pm GLENYS’ DANCE GROUP. Old time/sequence dancing. learn to dance. All welcome. Pipe Band Hall, Creek Road.

9.30am - 11.30am ST ANDREW’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Pre loved clothing sale, bargains and cuppa. St Andrew’s Church Hall, Cnr Thomson and Jane Street, Tinwald.

1pm - 4pm ASHBURTON DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP Open for research, all welcome. Heritage Centre, West Street.

1.30pm ARTHRITIS GET TOGETHER GROUP. Meeting. Trevor Wilson Centre, Tancred Street.

5pm - 7pm ST DAVID’S UNION CHURCH. Kidz Club for children aged 5 - 12 years. Supervised and meal provided. 48 Allen’s Road, Allenton.


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Your Stars ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19): Compassion is not just a word you read in books about popes, saints and the Dali Lama. Compassion is an automatic response to your daily life. It’s who you are. TAURUS (Apr 20-May 20): There are reasons why things must go as they do, in the broader sense, the circular nature of your business will bring with it a wallop of irony. “Crops are sold for money spent on food.” – Heraclitus GEMINI (May 21-Jun 21): Gratitude will keep you centred and focused on creating the experience you want for yourself and loved ones. Your resources are abundant, and whatever you don’t have will be yours for the asking. CANCER (Jun 22-Jul 22): It’s heaven to be around people who get you, no explanation necessary. For these connections, intimate communication is subtle communication. You’ll go right to the heart of the matter. LEO (Jul 23-Aug 22): Finding a groove requires a bit of patience today, so don’t expect things to work immediately. People need to get warmed up first, and that includes you. Breathe. By noon all will sync up. VIRGO (Aug 23-Sep 22): Don’t let details bog you down. Avoid trying to prepare for every scenario. Most things will go right. Later, there will be more important things to tend to than ones you were tempted to obsess over. LIBRA (Sep 23-Oct 23): Team spirit is not the job of one team member; it’s a manner in which functions of the game are exercised. Your esprit de corps will be contagious. Encourage them so it’s not all on you. SCORPIO (Oct 24-Nov 21): Stay out of the minutiae. Jump up to that perch that will give you the big picture view. This is the way to bring/ have/make the most fun possible out of today’s scenario. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): You’re curious about people. Sometimes that curiosity kicks in years later, when it’s too late. You’re still wondering how certain things came to be. Now is your chance to ask and avoid regret. CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): There are many delights in your arsenal of social graces. Superb manners, exemplary humour, exceptional warmth – that’s just the beginning. Wait till they taste your pie! AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18): You and a loved one will understand one another as long as you’re making the effort to communicate. Because there’s so much else going on today, your usual shorthand with this person won’t work. PISCES (Feb 19-Mar 20): You’re already the complete package. You’re whole. You’re perfectly you, just the way you are. Make this your mantra through the day. Sure, everyone can improve, but it’s a choice, not a necessity.

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Canterbury owned, locally operated

Patersons Funeral Services and Ashburton Crematorium Ltd Office and Chapel Corner East & Cox Streets, Ashburton

Ph 307 7433

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For all your memorial requirements New headstones and designs Renovations, Additional inscriptions, Cleaning and Concrete work Carried out by qualified tradesmen.

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Brief early rain then a few coastal showers. Strong, gusty northwest changing SW.

With $20 you can help give a child like Sarah a Gift of Hope towards a School Essentials kit, delivering a school uniform, books and pencils. Your kindness shows a mum like Trish she’s no longer alone, that a better future can be planned, with the Sallies alongside her every step of the way. It’s the same with a gift of $69 to provide a Christmas Hamper to make sure a family like Sarah’s get to share in the joy of Christmas.

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You can also provide nights of security away from the streets with a $100 Temporary Accommodation Gift of Hope. Once a mother like Trish knows that their child is safe and warm, they start to trust again, to get the help they need.

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You see, when life brings you to your knees – or to the bottom of a bridge as it did for Trish and Sarah – the physical hardship can often lead to something far worse.

This is how you bring hope back to life.

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All of this support made a significant difference in Trish and Sarah’s lives. However, the greatest gift you gave them, was the gift of hope for a better future.

You can care for people like Trish and Sarah this Christmas. Please support our Christmas Appeal and bring hope to life for those in need.

FZL: Lowering to 1800m

Rain, with some heavy and possibly thundery falls. Snow down to 1300 metres at first. Gale or severe gale northwesterlies.

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Mum and daughter were cold, hungry and dejected. That Christmas they faced the situation of being added to the growing number of Kiwi families who fall into severe poverty.

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High cloud with a few spots of rain. Gusty northwesterlies.

Over the Christmas season, The Salvation Army will be called upon to give care to more than 17,000 families, providing vital support ranging from food parcels to counselling, accommodation and advocacy.

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The loss of confidence, the loss of connectedness with others, the loss of self-worth and self-esteem, and eventually the loss of hope for a brighter future. And at Christmas, when others seem happy, successful and surrounded by family and friends, this sense of loss is amplified.

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Thanks to your support, the Sallies were able to provide a package of practical assistance such as temporary housing, food, budgeting and parenting help. We were even able to provide a small Christmas gift that Trish could give to Sarah.

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HENDERSON, Murray Edward – 06-12-1944 – 24-11-2011. Five sad years have rolled away. Your baby girl has started school. Our eldest girl turns 21. You have missed so much. But I know you are here with us. Our memories of you never fade. Till we meet again. Love Allie and all your family. xxx

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6am Breakfast The Breakfast team presents news, interviews, weather, and information. 9am The Ellen DeGeneres Show With special guest Kristen Stewart. 0 10am Tipping Point Quiz show in which four players take on an extraordinary machine, hoping to win its jackpot. 11am The Chase Australia 0 Noon 1 News At Midday 0 12:30 Emmerdale PGR 0 1pm Coronation Street PGR 3 0 2pm Coach Trip 2:30 Four In A Bed 3pm Tipping Point 3:55 Te Karere 2 4:25 Millionaire Hot Seat 0 5pm The Chase 0 6pm 1 News At 6pm 0

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6am Creflo Dollar 6:30 Sesame Street 0 7am Alvinnn!!! And The Chipmunks 0 7:15 Pokemon XY 3 7:45 The Penguins Of Madagascar 3 0 8:10 Henry Hugglemonster 3 0 8:35 Doc McStuffins 3 0 9am Infomercials 10:30 Neighbours 3 0 11am Home And Away 3 0 11:30 Shortland Street 3 0 Noon The Ellen DeGeneres Show 0 1pm Jeremy Kyle PGR 0 2pm Judge Rinder PGR 3pm America’s Funniest Home Videos 3 0 3:30 Leon 0 3:35 Wander Over Yonder 0 4pm Lightning Point Brandon develops alien powers, but after he shows Luca, he swears him to secrecy. 0 4:30 The Adam And Eve Show 0 5pm 8 Simple Rules 0 5:30 Home And Away 0 6pm The Simpsons 3 0 6:30 Neighbours 0

7pm Seven Sharp 0 7pm Shortland Street 0 7:30 MasterChef Australia 7:30 Police Ten 7 0 The judges tell the top 12 8pm The Undriveables 0 contestants that some special 8:30 Motorway Patrol 0 guests will be joining them 9pm Car Crash TV PGR 0 in the MasterChef Australia 9:30 Nightmare Tenants, Slum kitchen. 0 Landlords PGR 0 8:45 Cold Feet 0 10:30 Two And A Half Men 9:45 20/20 0 PGR 3 0 10:45 1 News Tonight 0 11:15 Britcam – Emergency On Our Streets AO 3 0 12:15 Hotel Of Mum And Dad 3 In Grimsby, bossy bride-to-be Emma Jayne has moved fiancé Matt in; in Leicester, unemployed Ben is keen to leave home. 1:20 Te Karere 3 2 1:45 Infomercials 5:35 Te Karere 3 2

11pm Police Ten 7 3 0 11:30 F SAS – Who Dares Wins AO 0 12:35 Motorway Patrol PGR 0 1:05 Rescue 1 0 1:30 Shortland Street 3 0 2am Infomercials 3am The Originals AO 3 3:45 Scandal AO 3 0 4:40 The Adam And Eve Show 3 0 5:05 Neighbours 3 0 5:30 Infomercials

Prime Rocks – Queen: From Rags Wolverine – Chasing the to Rhapsody, 8:30pm on Prime Phantom, 4pm on Choice

BRAVO 10am Million Dollar Listing NY 3 10:55 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 3 11:45 Snapped PGR 3 12:40 F The Real Housewives Of Orange County 1:35 The Real Housewives Of Orange County 3 2:35 Southern Charm PGR 3 3:35 Hoarders – Family Secrets 4:30 Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition 5:30 Top Chef 6:30 Million Dollar Listing NY 7:30 The Real Housewives Of New York City Carole and Dorinda arrive in London, Carole to retrieve her late husband’s ashes, and the two widows bond while sharing their similar pasts. 8:30 Below Deck 9:30 Vanderpump Rules 10:30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 11:30 Snapped PGR 12:20 Infomercials 3

THE BOX 6am CSI – New York MV 6:50 The Simpsons PG 7:15 Storage Wars PG 7:40 Shipping Wars PG 8:05 The Amazing Race PG 8:55 Criminal Intent MV 9:45 SVU MVS 10:35 NCIS MV 11:25 NCIS MV 12:15 Elementary MV 1:05 The Force MC 1:30 Criminal Intent MV 2:20 CSI – New York MV 3:10 The Amazing Race PG 4pm Storage Wars PG 4:30 Shipping Wars PG 5pm The Simpsons PG 5:30 Criminal Intent MV 6:30 The Force MC 7pm Storage Wars PG 7:30 Saints And Strangers 16V (Mini-series) (Part 1) 9:30 Outsiders 16VLSC 10:30 SVU MVS 11:30 Saints And Strangers 16V (Mini-series) (Part 1) FRIDAY 1:20 The Amazing Race PG 2:10 Shipping Wars PG 2:35 CSI – New York MV 3:25 SVU MVS 4:15 The Simpsons PG 4:45 Outsiders 16VLSC 5:35 The Force MC

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6am Paul Henry Paul Henry hosts a news show. 9am The Café Mike Puru and Mel Homer present a lifestyle and entertainment show. 10am Infomercials 11:25 Family Feud 3 0 Noon Dr Phil PGR 3 1pm M A Mother’s Choice PGR 2012 Drama. A single young mother forms an unlikely friendship with an author after a desperate situation leads her to abandon her child on the author’s doorstep. Genie Francis, Laci J Mailey. 2:55 Entertainment Tonight 3:25 Sticky TV 4:25 Wipeout 0 5:25 Family Feud 0 6pm NewsHub Live At 6pm 7pm Story 7:30 Road Cops PGR 3 0 8pm Territory Cops PGR 3 0 8:30 M Die Hard 4.0 AO 3 2006 Action Adventure. John McClane and a young hacker join forces to catch a master cyber-terrorist in Washington DC. Bruce Willis, Timothy Olyphant, Cliff Curtis. 0 11:10 NewsHub Late Mix of news, entertainment and pop culture. 11:40 The Good Wife AO 3 When Alicia explores the option of running for State’s Attorney, to help her decide, Eli brings in a respected campaign manager. 12:40 Infomercials

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8:30 Hot Bench 3 Judge Judy and other judges debate before reaching a verdict. 9am The Crowd Goes Wild 3 9:30 Home Shopping Noon The Doctors PGR 1pm Jamie And Jimmy’s Food Fight Club 3 0 2pm The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon PGR 3 3pm The Crowd Goes Wild 3 3:30 Antiques Roadshow 3 0 4:35 Hot Bench 5pm Million Dollar Minute 5:30 Prime News 6pm Wheel Of Fortune Contestants guess letters in mystery words and phrases to win money or prizes, all determined by a spin of The Wheel. 6:30 Jeopardy Fast-paced general-knowledge quiz. 7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 Charlie Luxton’s Homes By The Med PGR 0 8:30 Prime Rocks – Queen: From Rags To Rhapsody AO 0 9:45 Prime Rocks – Bad Company: Behind The Music AO 0 10:45 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon PGR

6:30 Pukoro 3 2 7am Pukana 2 7:30 Pukoro 3 2 8am Miharo 2 8:30 Te Kaea 3 2 9am Kawe Korero – Reporters 9:30 Te Irikura 3 10am Korero Mai 3 2 11am Toku Reo 3 2 Noon Korero Mai 3 2 1pm Toku Reo 3 2 2pm Opaki 3 2:30 Ako 3 2 3pm Project Matauranga 3 3:30 Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 3 4pm Iwi Anthems 3 4:30 2Kaha PGR 5pm Polyfest Kapa Haka (HLS) Scenes from the largest secondaryschool Polynesian festival in the world, which attracts 9,000 performers and 80,000 spectators. 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm My Mokai 3 6:20 Huhu 6:30 Avatar

6am Benny Hinn 6:30 Speed With Guy Martin 7:30 Natural World – Saving The Panda 8:30 Reno v Relocate 9am The Water Brothers 9:30 Made In Italy With Silvia Colloca 10am Hook It, Cook It 10:30 Fantasy Homes By The Sea 11:30 American Restoration Noon Cold Water Cowboys 1pm Speed With Guy Martin 2pm Fishing Expedition Amazonia 2:30 Wild France With Ray Mears 3pm Reno v Relocate 3:30 The Water Brothers 4pm Wolverine – Chasing The Phantom 5pm A Taste Of The Yorkshire Dales 6pm Property Brothers At Home

7pm Hahana 7:30 Cam’s Kai 3 8pm Sidewalk Karaoke PGR 8:30 Aotearoa PGR 3 9pm The GC PGR 9:30 All Talk With Anika Moa AO 10pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 3 10:30 Te Kaea 3 2

7pm Toy Hunter 7:30 Tiny House Nation Renovation experts travel across America to show off ingenious small spaces and the inventive people who live in them. 8:30 Gok’s Fill Your House For Free 9:30 Matthew Evans – For The Love Of Meat 10:30 Toy Hunter

11:45 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 An irreverent daily sports and entertainment show. 12:15 Home Shopping 1:45 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 An irreverent daily sports and entertainment show. 2:15 Home Shopping

11pm Kawe Korero – Reporters News reporters dissect and discuss the day’s news and events. 11:30 Closedown

11pm A Taste Of The Yorkshire Dales Midnight The Liquidator 12:30 Benny Hinn 1am Reno v Relocate 1:30 The Water Brothers 2am Wolverine – Chasing The Phantom 3am Property Brothers At Home 4am Matthew Evans – For The Love Of Meat 5am Gok’s Fill Your House For Free

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6:15 The Truth Commissioner MVLS 2016 Drama. Roger Allam, Barry Ward. 7:50 Spooks – The Greater Good MVLS 2015 Thriller. Kit Harington, Peter Firth. 9:35 Would Be Kings 16VLS (Mini-series) Part 1. 11:05 Regression 16VLSC 2014 Thriller. Ethan Hawke, David Thewlis, Emma Watson. 12:50 The Truth Commissioner MVLS 2016 Drama. Roger Allam, Barry Ward. 2:25 Would Be Kings 16VLS (Mini-series) Part 1. 3:55 Spooks – The Greater Good MVLS 2015 Thriller. Kit Harington, Peter Firth. 5:40 A Broken Code MVLSC 2012 Crime. Michael Girgenti, Josh Webber. 7:10 #Lucky Number 16VLSC 2015 Comedy. A loser and his friends are introduced to the life of fast cars and beautiful women after accidentally swapping phone numbers with a basketball star. 8:30 Deadpool 16VLSC 2016 Action Adventure. A fast-talking mercenary with a morbid sense of humour is subjected to an experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers and a quest for revenge. 10:20 Pay The Ghost MVLC 2015 Horror. 11:55 Would Be Kings 16VLS (Mini-series) Part 2. FRIDAY 1:25 #Lucky Number 16VLSC 2015 Comedy. 2:45 A Broken Code MVLSC 2012 Crime. 4:15 Deadpool 16VLSC 2016 Action Adventure.

6am One Missed Call MV 2008 Horror. Edward Burns, Shannyn Sossamon. 7:30 Wall Street – Money Never Sleeps ML 2010 Drama. Shia LaBeouf, Michael Douglas. 9:40 Date Night MLS 2010 Comedy. Steve Carrell, Tina Fey. 11:20 Bowfinger PGL 1999 Comedy. Eddie Murphy, Heather Graham, Steve Martin, Robert Downey jr. 12:55 The Interpreter MV 2005 Drama. Sean Penn, Nicole Kidman. 3pm Calendar Girls PGC 2003 Comedy. Helen Mirren, Julie Walters. 4:45 Max Payne 16VL 2008 Action. Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Beau Bridges. 6:25 Almost Famous MC 2000 Drama. Frances McDormand, Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson. 8:30 Sex And The City 2 MLS 2010 Comedy. The women take a trip to Abu Dhabi, where Samantha’s former partner is filming a new movie. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon. 11pm The Mummy – Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor MV 2008 Action. Brendan Fraser, Jet Li. FRIDAY 12:50 You’ve Got Mail PGL 1998 Romance. Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks. 2:50 Calendar Girls PGC 2003 Comedy. Helen Mirren, Julie Walters. 4:35 Sex And The City 2 MLS 2010 Comedy. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon.

SKY SPORT 1 6am Rugby – The Breakdown 7am Motorsport – Nascar Sprint Cup Series (HLS) Ford Ecoboost 400. 8am Fox Sports News 8:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 9am Inside Supercars 10am NZ Gaming Championships (RPL) Call of Duty – Round Two. Noon Rugby – Oceania 7’s (HLS) 1pm #SkySpeed 1:30 Football – UEFA European Championship (RPL) 5:30 The Breakdown 6:30 Sailing – Vendee Globe Weekly Update Week Three. 6:48 L Football – U20 Women’s World Cup Quarterfinal One. From Papua New Guinea. 9pm Fox Sports News 9:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 10pm Sailing – Vendee Globe Weekly Update Week Three. 10:18 L Football – U20 Women’s World Cup Quarterfinal Two. From Papua New Guinea.

FRIDAY

12:30 Football – UEFA Europa League Magazine Show 1:30 Football – U20 Women’s World Cup (RPL) Quarter-final One. 3:30 Football League Show 4am Football – U20 Women’s World Cup (RPL) Quarter-final Two.

0 Closed captions; 3 Repeat; 2 Maori Language; HLS Highlights; RPL Replay; DLY Delayed. CLASSIFICATIONS: 16/18 Approved for persons 16/18 years or over; AO Adults only; C Content may offend; L Language may offend; M Suitable for mature audiences; PG/PGR Parental guidance recommended for young viewers; S Sexual content may offend; V Contains violence. Local Radio: NewsTalk ZB 873AM/98.1FM FM Classic Hits ZEFM 92.5; Port FM Local 94.9, 98.9 and 106.1

SKY SPORT 2 6am Inside Cricket Covering all things cricket with analysis and previews of live cricket matches, cricket results and cricket scores. 7am Hockey – Four Nations (RPL) Malaysia v New Zealand. 8:30 Rugby – International (HLS) Ireland v All Blacks. From Aviva Stadium, Dublin. 9am The Back Page 10am Fox Sports News 10:30 Inside Cricket 11:30 The Crowd Goes Wild Noon Fox Sports News 12:30 Rugby – International (HLS) Ireland v All Blacks. 1pm Hockey – Four Nations (RPL) Australia v India. 2:30 Sky Sports News UK 3pm #SkySpeed 3:28 Inside Cricket 4:28 L Cricket – International Australia v South Africa – Third Test, Day One. Morning session from Adelaide Oval. 8:25 The Cricket Show 9:25 L Cricket – International Australia v South Africa – Third Test, Day One. Afternoon session from Adelaide Oval.

FRIDAY

Midnight Golf – World Cup (HLS) Round One. 12:30 Select 1am Fight Night 3am #SkySpeed 3:30 World Sailing 4am Basketball – NBL Championship (RPL) Brisbane Bullets v Adelaide 36ers. 24Nov16

DISCOVERY 6am Auction Hunters 6:30 Deadliest Catch PG Smoke On the Water. 7:30 How Do They Do It? PG 8am Auction Hunters 8:30 MythBusters PG Swimming in Syrup. 9:25 Abalone Wars M 10:20 Railroad Australia PG 11:15 True Crime With Aphrodite Jones M What Happens in Vegas…. 12:10 Disappeared M Silent Night. 1:05 The Perfect Murder M Silent Killer. 2pm How It’s Made PG 2:25 How It’s Made PG 2:55 How Do They Do It? PG 3:20 Auction Hunters PG 3:50 Gold Rush PG Rogue Miner. 4:45 Abalone Wars M 5:40 MythBusters PG YouTube Special. 6:35 Bering Sea Gold PG Fear the Reaper. 7:30 Bering Sea Gold PG The Plague. 8:30 Harley And The Davidsons M Race to the Top. 10pm Auction Hunters PG Whip It Good. 10:30 How It’s Made PG 11pm How It’s Made PG 11:30 Gold Rush PG Rogue Miner. FRIDAY 12:30 The Perfect Murder M 1:25 Disappeared M 2:20 Auction Hunters PG 2:45 Auction Hunters 3:15 Deadliest Catch PG 4:10 Treehouse Masters PG 5:05 Dual Survival M

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Sport Hayne on notice NRL star Jarryd Hayne has escaped punishment over the video of him partying with an alleged bikie on the Gold Coast. After a two-month investigation, the NRL integrity unit has put the Titans fullback on notice and warned him against associating with criminals. “The Integrity Unit has completed its inquiry into the Jarryd Hayne video,” an NRL spokesman said. “No action will be taken but the Integrity Unit has sent Jarryd a letter reminding him not to associate with anyone who would damage the image of the game.”

Back for Black Caps Rhys Cromie, pictured here in May, was back in action after missing out on the defence of his Gala Cup crown last weekend. ASHBURTON GUARDIAN PHOTO

Eight to play Fast Fours Two sections of four teams will contest the pre-Christmas rounds of the Fast Fours competition at the Ashburton Trust Tennis Centre. In Section two, Hackers played Turkey Thyne with Dallas Scott and Phil Crozier producing an epic clash. Crozier took the first set 4-1, Scott the second 4-2, before heading into the sudden death point in the final set tiebreak, which Scott won. It was the Hackers only win, though. Mary-Anne Thyne proved too cunning for Oliver McKeown,

and provided a great combination with Crozier to win the doubles convincingly. MatJade’s encounter with Coldplay saw the Brosnahan sisters play each other for the first time. Big sister Christal came out on top for Coldplay over Jade 4-3, 4-2. Meanwhile, Jade’s doubles partner Mathieu Lucas was firing on all cylinders to beat Erin Connelly-Whyte by the same score, although he needed a sudden death tiebreak point in the first set. MatJade then used their estab-

lished combination to take the deciding doubles 4-0, 4-2. In Section one, Double A’s Adam Wilson overpowered Connor Brosnahan, only dropping a solitary game, but teammate Andrew Hunt struck Tyler Leonard in good form after the Gala Cup weekend and went down 2-4, 1-4. Hunt and Wilson dominated the doubles 4-2, 4-1 to take the win over the FlynnTyler team 2 matches to 1. On the front courts, former teammates Rhys Cromie and Peter Leonard opposed each other in Mavericks match with Bullets. Cromie had a long, high qual-

ity singles match with Aidan Mitchell, winning the first set 4-2 but needed a tiebreak at 3-3 in the second, taking that 5 points to 3. Leonard gained revenge, though, showing no mercy against Jarrad Hill in their singles match. The deciding doubles was game for game, and needed a first set tiebreak to split the teams, with Mavericks’ Cromie and Hill, taking it 5-1. They then took their momentum into the second set, winning 4-2 to take the match, and the overall result 2 matches to 1.

Ross Taylor cleared to train with Black Caps New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has been given the all clear to train with the team in Hamilton ahead of Friday’s second test against Pakistan. Taylor has been troubled by sight issues in his left eye in recent months. He saw an optom-

etrist in Christchurch and has seen one specialist. “He was given a clearance to train with us today and he’s going to leave early to see another specialist this afternoon,” New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said yesterday.

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“That will determine whether he is available for the next test.” Hesson said it would not be until after the specialist visit that they will have a clear indication on whether Taylor will be ready for the test. “But he’s been given clearance

to train and that’s a really good sign. I think he’s feeling a lot better now (he has the training clearance).” He acknowledged surgery may be in the 77-test veteran Taylor’s immediate future. - NZME

Injury-plagued speedster Pat Cummins has been named in Australia’s 14-man squad to play New Zealand in the three Chappell-Hadlee ODI matches in Australia early next month. Cummins has been in and out of Australian teams for several seasons, bugged by injuries but at his best is a seriously quick addition to their fast bowling ranks. The surprise name is West Australian allrounder Hilton Cartwright, picked for the first time.

Sonny Bill ‘happy’ Injured All Black Sonny Bill Williams, who is expecting his second child with wife Alana Raffie, said that now is “the happiest I’ve been for a long time”. Williams was ruled out of rugby for the year after rupturing his achilles tendon during the New Zealand Sevens Olympic campaign in Brazil. Despite the injury keeping him sidelined, 31-year-old Williams said that the past few months have been some of the most enjoyable he has experienced. Williams said: “to be honest it’s probably the happiest I’ve been for a long time”.

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