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for parents, but the wind gusts up here are massive,” he said. The only buses that ran yesterday afternoon were those taking Mt Hutt College students back to Ashburton. The Methven schools followed their snow procedures in cancelling bus services, but unlike snow, the wind situation was a little more difficult to gauge, Mr Murphy said. Methven Primary had 120 children affected by the cancelled bus service and he anticipated there would be about 200 affected at Mt Hutt College. By 4pm Mr Murphy said most children had been collected by parents. While winds also battered Ashburton yesterday afternoon at their peak they were well below their peak for this spring’s nor’west storms. A wind speed of 98.8 kilometres per hour was recorded in Ashburton on September 10. Yesterday, however, set a spring record for high temperatures, with the mercury rising to 28.1°C at 3.36pm.
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Biting spiders force UK school closure
Creepy crawlies, in the form of a venomous spider infestation, has forced a school in Britain to close a week before Halloween. The Dean Academy, a secondary school in south-west England’s Gloucestershire, said it was closing yesterday to get rid of the false widow spiders. The spiders are commonly mistaken for their relative, the black widow spider, whose bite can be fatal. Experts say the Steodata nobilis are becoming more common in the UK and are the most dangerous of the 12 species of biting spiders known in Britain. – AP
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Dakota helps pick her Grey Actress Dakota Johnson has taken on an active role in helping producers find the perfect star to portray her onscreen lover in the Fifty Shades of Grey film after Charlie Hunnam’s recent departure. The Sons of Anarchy star pulled out of playing Christian Grey in the big screen adaptation of writer EL James’ erotic novel earlier this month, leaving Universal Pictures bosses scrambling to recast his role. However, producer Michael De Luca reveals they’ve been receiving a helping hand from Johnson as they search for a replacement to appear opposite her Anastasia Steele. – WENN Left – Top Christian Grey contenders, Jamie Dornan (left) and Alexander Skarsgard.
Thirteen hours spent in the cold, a long uncomfortable night sleeping in his car, one dollar in his pocket and a mattress at the ready in case he had to spend the night on the footpath. This Mid Canterbury man isn’t a hobo, he is a father, and these were the lengths he went to yesterday to buy a pair of diamond stud earrings for his three-year-old daughter. Staff at the Michael Hill Ashburton branch said that he was the first in and left the store very satisfied with the earrings he paid $1 for, worth close to $500.
Cat survives crossbow shooting If cats have nine lives, Moo Moo may only have eight left. The New Zealand pet cat has had an “extraordinarily lucky” escape from death after he was shot in the head by a crossbow. The crossbow bolt went straight through Moo Moo’s skull, entering just above his eye but missing all brain tissue. The four-year-old local of Wainuiomata had surgery on Wednesday to remove the bolt and he’s now on the mend. Massey Veterinary Teaching Hospital says Moo Moo shouldn’t suffer any long-term effects and is “bright and happy” after surgery. “There was a little bit of injury to his nose and eye socket, but he’s an extraordinarily lucky cat,” vet Dr Jonathan Bray said. – AAP
Cheeky visit to stuck bus Ahipara-based tour company Sand Safaris lost one of its buses on 90 Mile Beach this week – but at least one local person saw a silver lining. As the low tide turned and waves began reaching the bus late on Tuesday, the man emerged from the vehicle, clutching something in one hand. Asked by Houhora’s resident police officer, Senior Constable Tracee Knowler, what he had helped himself to, he replied: “Just a sandwich.” The bus came to grief as it was heading south from a trip to Cape Reinga, apparently hitting a deep hole below rocks immediately north of The Bluff. – APNZ
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Beyond the Edge (3D) – A movie night fundraiser at the Regent Cinema. A special showing of Beyond the Edge, a mix of documentary and dramatic re-enactments following Kiwi mountaineering great Sir Edmund Hillary’s ascent of Mt Everest. Tickets are available from the Ashburton Museum or Bev Tasker (303-6003), Anne Stroud (308-6148) or Liz Quaid (3080392).
On the couch – International Cricket: Bangladesh v New Zealand, Sky Sport 2, 7.05pm. Live coverage from the second test of New Zealand’s tour of Bangladesh. Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur is the venue for day five’s afternoon session where New Zealand are aiming to clinch the two-test series after the first test was drawn.
Out of town – FESTA: Agropolis, The Agropolis Site, 154 High Street, Christchurch. Agropolis hopes to provide a “garden-to-plate” experience via a mobile kitchen. During FESTA, Agropolis will be running workshops on everything from seed raising to composting. Free admission. Duration: 4pm to 6pm today and every day until Monday, October 28.
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■ MEADS CUP FINAL
Stand may be completed for rugby final BY SUE NEWMAN
The collective fingers and toes of Mid Canterbury’s rugby fans will be crossed for the next 24 hours as the progress of building work that will see the reopening the Ashburton Showground’s grandstand. Last weekend rugby supporters struggled for good viewing spots during the home side’s Heartland semi-final match against the West Coast, but for tomorrow’s final there’s every chance viewing options will be improved. The grandstand was marked out of bounds in September last year after an engineering report found earthquake strengthening work was needed. A decision on the strengthening options was made two weeks ago and Ashburton A&P Association president David Bennett said that meant work could get underway to bring it back in use by next week’s twoday show. However, with Mid Canterbury winning its way through to the Meads Cup final efforts were stepped up to have the grandstand back in play by the big match. Builders were working at full pace yesterday bolting steel trusses on the outside and inside the building, which offers prime views of the main rugby field. The work will cost around $45,000. While the Heartland final provided the impetus to speed up the work, Mr Bennett said the weather or unexpected de-
lays might yet make that impossible. “We are doing what we can,” he said. For Mid Canterbury Rugby chief executive Ian Patterson, having the stand back in action is the icing on what has been a great year for the district’s rugby fans. “We’re working on the theory that it will be available. It’ll be fantastic to have it back, it’ll change the logistics of the day quite dramatically,” he said. Last weekend about 2000 people turned out to watch Mid Canterbury score a win over the Coasters with a last minute try and he anticipates with the stand available crowd numbers will be double that for the final. The stand can seat up to 500 people and it’ll be a case of first in best seated tomorrow, Mr Patterson said. Anticipating the stand would be out of action, ticket prices have been kept low. “At $10 an adult that’s pretty cheap for a final so we hopeful we’ll get the big crowds there.”
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■ DIWALI - THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHT
Shining some light on a new year BY MICHELLE NELSON MICHELLE.N@THEGUARDIAN.CO.NZ
Ashburton’s Indian community are ready to celebrate Diwali – the festival of light – tomorrow evening. This year about 250 people are expected to attend the ancient Hindu celebration, travelling from around Canterbury to take part. The festival is also significant in Jainism and Sikhism. Traditionally held on the darkest night in the northern hemisphere, Diwali also signals the beginning of the Indian calendar year. Event organiser Bikash Sukul said the number peo-
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ple attending the festival had grown from strength to strength with more than 200 last year. “We are grateful for the support of the Ashburton District Council who has helped make this celebration possible.” Mr Sukul said the spiritual meaning of the event was about forgiving the bad things of the past year and taking happiness and love into the year ahead. The festival symbolises the triumph of light over darkness and the renewal of life. Families light lamps, candles and fireworks to symbolise the triumph of light over dark-
ness, and good over evil. “It brings light into people’s hearts,” Mr Sukul said. He said the Ashburton event will cater for children and adults from all walks of life, and everyone was welcome. The formal part of the ceremony involving a welcome dance, speeches and the lighting of candles gets under way in the Balmoral Hall, on Cameron Street, at 7pm, followed by a fireworks ceremony beginning at about 8pm. A shared meal and Diwali sweets will be offered, with many guests contributing dishes, in return for a gold coin donation.
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■ ASHBURTON HEPATITIS OUTBREAK
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More than 1000 Mid Canterbury preschoolers have received free hepatitis A vaccinations as part of Canterbury DHB’s response to the outbreak. The number falls just 120 short of the number required to achieve “herd immunity” – the level of coverage required to prevent further spread of the
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disease. Almost 900 children aged between 12 months and five years were vaccinated at six clinics, and 127 preschoolers were vaccinated at preschool clinics this month. Dr Alistair Humphrey, Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, commended the Ashburton community for the response. “This is a fantastic effort by the Ashburton community. A
few more vaccinations and we will be well within a level of coverage which will prevent further spread,” Dr Humphrey says. “The clinics have been very busy, but poor weather conditions probably kept families away early on. We need to vaccinate at least 120 more preschoolers to achieve 70 per cent coverage.” “If you have a preschool child
over 12 months old you can still take them to your general practice team where the vaccination will be free of charge. “As well as providing immunity to the child, the vaccine also protects their older siblings, family, friends and anyone who may come into contact with them.” There have been 28 confirmed cases since the hepatitis A outbreak began in April this year.
The last case was notified on August 28. The disease is transmitted when people fail to wash their hands properly after going to the toilet. As pre-schoolers are generally hand-washing novices, spread of the disease is often through this group. Nearly every case in the Ashburton outbreak had a direct contact with an infected preschooler.
■ RED CROSS SHOP OPENING
By Matthew BackhouSe A rural road near Wanaka is being searched for a mystery object which smashed through a car windscreen yesterday morning, killing the driver and forcing his passenger to grab the steering wheel. Police have launched an investigation after the incident on the Lake Hawea-Albert Town stretch of State Highway 6, between Wanaka and Hawea, about 6.25am yesterday. Initial indications were that the driver of a blue Subaru car travelling towards Wanaka suffered fatal injuries when he was hit by something that smashed through the windscreen of his car, police said. His female passenger was uninjured in the incident. Police are calling for sightings of a late-model white 4x4 ute that was heading out of Wanaka, on the north side of the Maungawera Hill towards Hawea, some time between 6.15am and 6.45am yesterday. The ute may have been in the area at the time of the incident and police would like to talk with the driver. Rosie Foster, who was housesitting at a friend’s right by the crash scene, said she did not hear the crash, but heard sirens early yesterday morning. She had spoken to a police officer who told her the passenger of the fatally injured driver had to grab the steering wheel. “He said that something had flown out the back of a car and hit the windscreen of another car, and gone straight though and killed the driver. Ms Foster said police did not know what the object was and had not found it despite searching the grass sides of the road. “They said it could be anything from something that’s flown off the back of a trailer or even if they’ve thrown something out the window.” - APNZ
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Volunteers hard at work ahead of opening By GaBrielle Stuart firstname.lastname@example.org
With just days until the opening of the new Ashburton Red Cross opportunity shop, the countdown is on and volunteers are hard at work setting up the bright new store on Burnett Street. The light, spacious new shop has come a long way from the first Red Cross shop in Ashburton, which opened from a garage in 1970. It has been more than a year since the Havelock Street Red Cross shop was closed due to earthquake damage, and many
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Volunteers are still needed at the new Ashburton Red Cross Shop on Burnett Street. To volunteer call Grace on 308-1705 or to donate call Dawn on 308-0133. volunteers have moved on while the donated goods were sent to other stores around the country. It has taken months of work
to co-ordinate goods and volunteers for the opening of the new store, but they now have 27 volunteers signed up and donated goods are filling the shelves. National Retail Administrator Anneliese Geursen flew to Ashburton this week to help organise and set up the new shop, and will be based here until the grand opening on Wednesday. She said the store was still short on bric-a-brac and that any donations would be appreciated. She is also on the hunt for volunteers to man the shop, as
many of the volunteers only work a few shifts a month and there were still plenty of gaps to fill in the roster. Funds raised from Red Cross shops help support many community services, including community transport, meals on wheels, emergency response and disaster preparedness. The new Red Cross shop opens at 10am on Wednesday 30, and can be found on Burnett Street opposite the Arcade. The shop opening hours will be 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays.
News Friday, October 25, 2013
■ ASHBURTON FAMILY HEALTH CENTRE
One-stop centre applauded By Sue NewmaN
Ashburton people have applauded the idea of an integrated family health centre in the grounds of Ashburton Hospital, saying it would create a one-stop health care shop. More than 80 per cent of people who made submissions on the Canterbury District Health Board’s proposal to establish a privately owned centre in the hospital’s grounds believe it would improve accessibility to a wide range of health services. The CDHB ticked off support for the project at its meeting in September and opted to move
ahead with a formal request for a proposal for the development of the facility. It also agreed to enter into discussions with private providers. Submissions on the proposal followed a public meeting in Ashburton in July and involved two options – a private developer building the centre on hospital land or for a developer to also lease unused hospital facilities. Support was overwhelming for the centre concept with most who responded saying gathering a range of health services in one place would have huge benefits. A common theme in the responses was that the integrated health centre would make it eas-
ier to attract general practitioners to Ashburton. The facility was also seen as a way of improving after hours care and easing the workload on GPs. The most commonly supported services were general practice, community pharmacy, laboratory services, primary mental health services and community nursing. The responses also included concerns, particularly around conflicts of interest and competitive advantages. There were also concerns over who decided what services would go into the new facility and who would provide these.
When the CDHB released the health centre proposal earlier this year it was supported by mayor Angus McKay who described it as the ultimate option for primary health care in the district well into the future. He described the concept as “brilliant” and said the hospital site was the only sensible location for the centre. The site proposed will become available once the demolition of the hospital’s two storied outpatients block and its theatre suite are demolished. They will be replaced by a new theatre suite and procedure room, but a large area of land fronting Elizabeth Street will remain unused.
Closed for repairs The main entrance foyer at Christchurch Women’s Hospital is closed for about a week to allow for earthquake repairs until next Wednesday (October 30). Visitors and patients to the hospital will need to use the lower ground floor rear entrance while this work is under way. The main reception and café facilities will also be relocated to the lower ground floor during this time and traffic controllers and security will be onsite around the hospital to direct people where to go.
Good U3A response Fifty-six people attended a meeting in Ashburton this week on establishing a U3A (University of the Third Age) in the town. Among speakers were Colleen Young of the North West Christchurch U3A. The Ashburton group has been proposed by a three residents - Edith Smith, Anne Fleming and Linda Baker. The trio said they were impressed with the turnout to the meeting. U3A is a worldwide movement offering education for over 55s, being more so learning for learning’s sake rather than offering qualifications. More information is available from Linda Baker on 308-5465.
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Unstable tree forces closure of Cass St block Ashburton police closed off a section of Cass Street at lunch time yesterday. In the interests of public safety the block between Cass and Cameron streets was shut, to enable ACL workers to cut down a wind-damaged tree outside the Balmoral Hall. A passerby had noticed the tree had split, and was unstable.
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A man accused of killing expatriate New Zealander Robert Wilkinson has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter. Israel Kaihau, 19 of Waihi, had been on trial in the High Court at Hamilton over Mr Wilkinson’s death. Kaihau stabbed the 64-year-old man in the left side of the head after Mr Wilkinson told him to get off the Waihi Beach property he was holidaying at on January 1 this year. - APNZ
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Friday, October 25, 2013
■ TRUCKIES’ HEALTH STOPS
Driver ‘about ready to go pop’ By SuSan SandyS
Truck drivers passing through Ashburton have taken advantage of free health checks, in which some have been shown to have dangerously high blood pressure levels. The Rural Canterbury Primary Health Organisation (RCPHO) has joined with police and the New Zealand Truck Drivers’ Association to offer the checks. More may be held after the success of two held so far, and shearers may also be set to benefit. Some drivers who received
the health checks, which were undertaken in a caravan at the Tinwald weigh bridge, had “scary” blood pressure levels, according to senior sergeant Warren Newbury. And one driver was “about ready to go pop” with a reading of 220/140. “We had a couple at that level, where you’re just waiting for something to happen.” RCPHO Maori health manager Wayne Smith said the second health check was on May 29, after the first one in December. The readings at the second had not been as bad as the first, but 40 per cent of the 22 who were tested had recorded blood
pressures at the higher end of normal. And 10 per cent had slightly higher than normal blood sugar levels. Four signed up for smoking cessation programmes and 40 per cent were going to make some lifestyle changes after speaking with health promoters. The health check service went so far as to make an appointment with a GP for the people who needed it, and paid for that appointment. Mr Smith said truck driving was a sedentary job with long hours. Often drivers were not getting enough exercise and were subsisting on a bad diet.
“It’s a time thing, these guys are travelling all over New Zealand and all over the South Island. So they really appreciate us being there in their work time,” Mr Smith said. Rural Transport general manager Jim Crouchley in Ashburton said whether truck drivers were fit or not could depend on the type of driving they did. While milk tanker driving offered little exercise, stock truck driving was the opposite. One driver was 67 but looked like he was in his 50s. “It’s physical work but he’s forced to do it every day because that’s the nature of the job,” Mr Crouchley said.
Woman fleeced A thief with a stolen money card has fleeced a 92-year-old Whangarei woman of more than $10,000 by making withdrawals at money machines, buying Fanta and chips from service stations and putting her $1000 into overdraft. It is not yet known how the card fell into the thief’s possession but it is believed they got her pin number by spying over the cardholder’s shoulder moments before as she entered the digits. - APNZ
Planes collide A pilot of a light plane escaped significant injury yesterday morning when his plane collided with another aircraft at Hamilton airport. Emergency services were called to the airport shortly before 9am, Senior Sergeant Steve Ambler said. It appeared a twinseater plane which was taxiing for take off collided with a parked Cessna 172. - APNZ
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APN’s Wanganui printing plant is being closed, with the loss of 21 jobs. An APN spokesman confirmed the jobs would be lost as APN looked to rationalise its printing operations. - APNZ
Dramatic chase One man is in custody and police were hunting for another man yesterday after a dramatic twohour police chase in Manawatu. The vehicle, a blue Subaru sedan, was reported stolen from Taupo. About 11am the vehicle and its two male occupants drove off without paying for petrol at a Wanganui service station. Police followed the vehicle, which drove to Feilding and Halcombe, before crashing into another vehicle in Palmerston North. - APNZ
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Current tenants of The Arcade say redevelopment plans will breathe new life into the shopping precinct. photo donna Wylie 221013-dW-147
Tenants give backing to landlord’s plans By Sue newman
Tenants in the Ashburton Arcade have given a unanimous thumb’s up of approval to their landlord’s plans to redevelop their shopping precinct. On Tuesday Barry Redmond released plans for a massive redevelopment project on the arcade site and his tenants say it is a project that will breathe new life into the shopping precinct. Mr Redmond’s plans for a new arcade will see a modern, light-filled complex built on the site. There are two tenants who
have called the arcade home for most of its 32 years. Sharon and Donald McQuarters were day one tenants. They were already in business with their clothing shop Denim Den when the arcade opened and they’ve remained in business throughout that time. Today they run a new shop in the centre of the arcade, Chicago Joes, but Denim Den is still there in its original Burnett Street slot. They’re applauding the plans for change. “It will be good for Ashburton. The original arcade was a good thing for Ashburton and this will be good. It’s exciting
and it will bring shopping back into the centre of town,” Mrs McQuarters said. “People are all positive about it and having a food court in here will be fantastic. This will bring more people into the arcade so it’s a win all round.” Annette Fyfe is the arcade’s other long time tenant and she said the redeveloped arcade would bring in even more out of town shoppers. “We get a lot now and they all say they love Ashburton because its shops are unique.” While there was a lot of detail still to come, the redevelopment project was described as
fantastic by Robilliards owner Mark Douglas. “It was great at the meeting we had to see that the support was unanimous for going forward with this. It’s great that the Redmonds are prepared to do this. They could have just shut up shop.” Bob McDonald is another who was delighted to see the rebuild plans laid out and to know that the arcade’s earthquake issues were being dealt with in such a positive way. “It’s a major development and we’re thrilled. The design looks really good and it’s great to see something will be done so well.”
Blustery winds around the lower North Island have disrupted travel plans and caused damage to several properties. A flight from Dunedin to Wellington yesterday was diverted to Palmerston North due to strong winds. According to MetService, gusts of up to 83km/h were recorded at the airport. The Fire Service also attended at least three weather-related jobs, including a shattered window and loose roofing. - APNZ
Council facing fine The Buller District Council may be slapped with a fine after the flooded Inangahua River this week eroded the old Reefton landfill, closed 10 years ago, strewing the riverbed with rubbish. West Coast Regional Council consents and compliance manager Jackie Adams said the area was a mess. The district council had failed to take emergency action quickly enough, he said. - APNZ
Sentencing today A man convicted of kidnapping a woman and dragging her nearly 2km behind his car is due to be sentenced today. Sonny Te Aramoana Waiti, 26, in June pleaded guilty to kidnapping 37-year-old Rotorua mother Ana Eriepa, who suffered horrific injuries as a result of the incident in May. He is to be sentenced in Rotorua District Court. - APNZ
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Local artists put on a show Local artist Lee Muckle showed Marecza Tudor some of the works on display in the Arcade yesterday. The pop up exhibition features paintings by Mid Canterbury artists Julia Mansel, Lee Muckle and Karlena Wishart, and will be on display again today.
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School in mourning; husband devastated A Canterbury school is mourning the loss of a “devoted and passionate” teacher who was accidentally run over and killed by her husband on Wednesday night. Jon Winskill is “devastated”, family say, after reversing over his wife Denise Robinson-Winskill in a 4WD farm ute about 8pm. The accident happened on their sprawling Ellesmere Rd lifestyle block near Lincoln on the southern outskirts of Christchurch. Mrs Robinson-Winskill, a respected 58-year-old English teacher and former dean at Cashmere High School, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her city school posted a notice on its website yesterday morning, offering help for staff and students, some of whom were in tears at the devastating news. It paid tribute to a “devoted and passionate teacher and much loved member of our Cashmere school community”. “This sudden loss of our colleague and teacher will be difficult for many in our school,” it said. “Consideration of each other over the next days will be important as people deal with this tragic loss. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with Denise’s family and friends during this difficult time.” Principal Mark Wilson was not returning calls yesterday. Police say the incident happened in a utility area within the property, which has sheep and cows grazing on it. It was being treated as an accidental death, said Detective Sergeant Richard Quested.
“Police are undertaking a scene examination to confirm the circumstances of the accident,” he said. Mr Winskill’s aunt, Lorna Winskill, was stunned by news of the tragedy. “Jon will be devastated. It’s awful.” Another person close to the family said: “Words can’t describe how devastated Jon is. I mean, what can you say?” The matter has been referred to the coroner. Neighbour Andre Davies said the couple had lived there for about a year. She described Mrs Robinson-Winskill as a “lovely, beautiful woman”. Her husband owned South Island Vegetation Control, a contract weed spraying and tree work business, and the couple had grown-up children, Mrs Davies said. “We heard sirens but didn’t put two and two together. It’s very sad.” Her husband Justin Davies said the couple “did everything together”. “It’s just the worst thing anyone could ever imagine. I don’t how Jon’s going to be.” Police were still at the scene yesterday. Two tents had been erected, with one covering a 4WD farm ute vehicle. Bruce and Kay Rivers lived by the couple at nearby Tai Tapu for about five years. Her death came as a “terrible shock” to Mrs Rivers. “We lived out in the country, so we used to wave out to each other, she’d pop in for a cup of tea. She was a good neighbour, a lovely lady ... a very clever lady. “It’s a terrible shock, a terrible thing to have happened.” - APNZ
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Friday, October 25, 2013
■ FATAL SHOOTING
IPAC report clears police By Patrice Dougan Police officers who chased and shot dead an armed teenager broke a number of police policies, but were justified in the shooting, a report into the incident concluded yesterday. Lachan Kelly-Tumarae, 19, died after being shot numerous times in a stand-off with officers in Hawkes Bay in March 2011. The Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) released its report into the fatal shooting yesterday, finding the officer who pulled the trigger was “justified in firing as he genuinely believed his life was under immediate threat”. However, it also found other aspects of the police response that day “did not comply with relevant police policies or meet standards of good practice”. One of the armed officers who took part in the low-speed chase of Mr Kelly-Tumarae, after he was spotted with a shotgun which he had taken from his grandmother’s home, was not authorised to carry a weapon. However, he was not the policeman who shot the teen. IPCA chairman Judge Sir David Carruthers said the police response was “in many respects exactly as it should have been”. “The officer who shot Mr Kelly-Tumarae intended to incapacitate an armed offender and so remove a threat to his own life,” he said. “Having decided to use his pistol, he continued to fire until he perceived that the immediate threat to his life had passed. In those circumstances the force used was justified.” Mr Kelly-Tumarae had left his grandmother’s home in Flaxmere, early on March 28, with his late grandfather’s shotgun. He had both alcohol and cannabis in his system from the night before. The teenager was spotted by a routine patrol crouching beside a car, and when they stopped,
he approached and pointed the weapon at them. The officers sped off and reported the incident to their communications centre. An 18km pursuit through suburban Napier began after Mr Kelly-Tumarae drove away in his grandmother’s car and ended up outside the main entrance to the Omahu Marae Cemetery, where his grandfather was buried. The teen got out of the car with the shotgun and pointed it at an officer parked close by. A policeman in a second vehicle got out of his patrol car and aimed his Glock pistol at Mr Kelly-Tumarae, shouting “armed police”. The 19-year-old ran towards the cemetery, then stopped and turned around, aiming his gun at the armed officer. “Fearing that Mr Kelly-Tumarae was going to shoot him, the officer discharged a volley of shots. Mr Kelly-Tumarae remained standing, and believing he had missed, the officer fired another volley of shots,” the report says. A total of 14 bullets were fired from the police officer’s weapon, with four wounding the teen, the report said. Sir David acknowledged there was “room for improvement” in how the police had communicated with the teenager’s family following the shooting and during the investigation; in particular, the failure to explain the bullet-ridden clothes when they were returned to the family nine months after the shooting. However, he said it was Mr Kelly-Tumarae “who initiated this incident” and police had “no option” but to follow him. The authority made a number of recommendations, including amendments to policy around the use of carrying guns. An investigation last year found the officer who shot Mr Kelly-Tumarae was not criminally liable for his death. - APNZ
The scene at the fatal police shooting in March, 2011.
Children at Phoenix Preschool have enjoyed early childhood teacher Kayla Anderson’s book Ko koe toku Mama? for years, but it also impressed judges of the Rothbury Risk AMP regional scholarship this year. photo supplied
■ SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Dream about to be finally realised By gaBrielle Stuart email@example.com
It is already highly endorsed by Ashburton preschoolers, and a children’s book by local early childhood teacher Kayla Anderson is about to hit the country after she won a $5000 AMP scholarship. She is one of two Canterbury winners of the Rothbury Risk AMP regional scholarship this year, picked from a pool of more than 90 applicants. The early childhood teacher wrote and illustrated the story two years ago while she was at university, and she said that having the funds to be able to
publish it at last was a dream come true. “It’s a dream that has been in the pipeline for quite a while. It still doesn’t quite feel real.” The book Ko koe toku Mama? is written in Te Reo Maori and is the story of a kiwi who lost his mother. “It’s very hard to find resources to help children learn Te Reo, and often they’re really complicated. “This is a simple story, and the images are simple handcrafted designs.” She said that one of her goals was to inspire children to realise they could create similar pieces themselves.
The money would go towards publishing and advertising the story, which she hoped could be distributed in preschools. The other $5000 regional scholarship went to mezzo soprano Amy Jansen from Canterbury University, whose dream is to sing the title role in Carmen at London’s Covent Garden. Rothbury Risk Ashburton advisor Janet Holmes said she was delighted to have such talented women as AMP scholarship winners this year. “We will follow their progress and look forward to being part of making their dreams come true.”
■ LABOUR WEEKEND ROAD SAFETY
Police reimpose tougher rules, penalties for long weekend Police patrols will be highly visible across the country this Labour Day Weekend as police focus on two of the greatest road safety risks: speed and alcohol. For the holiday period, anyone who drives more than four kilometres over the permanent posted speed limit is liable to be ticketed, says superintendent Carey Griffiths, national manager of road policing. Fixed speed cameras will be active throughout the holiday period, and mobile speed cam-
eras will be deployed to their maximum operating hours. “If you crash – regardless of the cause – your speed is the difference between serious injury and death, or between walking away and being maimed for life,” he said. “One of the most effective things police can do to save lives is to enforce speed limits, because research clearly shows it encourages people to slow down.” Police will also run highly visible compulsory breath test
and licence checkpoints which target the times and places where people are most likely to drink. “We want people to know we’re there before they go drinking, so they don’t take the risk of driving later on,” superintendent Griffiths said. Drivers stopped for any reason can also expect to be breath-tested. Police will also check everyone is travelling with the correct restraints, including rear seat passengers and children.
World Friday, October 25, 2013
By Nick Perry
Orphans vent anger Orphans who lost their parents when a garment factory complex collapsed in Bangladesh have vented their grief and anger at leading Western retailers on the six-month anniversary of the disaster. Relatives of the 1135 people who lost their lives when the Rana Plaza complex collapsed on April 24 also said they had still to receive any compensation for their loss as they rallied at the site of the tragedy yesterday. “We lost our parents for your work: Walmart, Carrefour, Benetton ...,” read a banner held by a group of orphans, listing some of the retailers whose clothing was made at Rana Plaza. - AFP
Firestarters apologise The defence department has apologised for starting the biggest blaze in the NSW bushfire crisis but some Blue Mountains residents don’t think “sorry” goes far enough. Acting Chief of Defence, Air Marshall Mark Binskin yesterday offered an apology over the massive State Mine Fire that has destroyed three homes and burned through nearly 50,000 hectares of land west of Sydney. The bushfire continues to rage at emergency level between Lithgow and the Blue Mountains more than a week after it was sparked by explosives training on army land at Marangaroo on October 16. Blue Mountains resident Erin Cater said no one should criticise the army, but she said it would be fair for people who lost their homes to receive more than an apology. - AAP
Grand Prix under fire
Firetrucks arrive as a water bomber flies overhead during an operation against wildfires and to protect homes in Faulcombridge, 85 kilometres west of Sydney yesterday.
would be thinking about the pilot’s family, who had lost a husband and a father. He said the man’s death was also hit home for all those trying to fight bushfires across the state. “It’s not only tough for the individual’s colleagues, it’s tough for everybody involved in this firefighting operation,” Supt Cassar said. “That is the nature of the business, and the risks that are
associated with this sort of response.” RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons said the man’s death will affect firefighters as well as the man’s family. “It’s a tragedy for the fire fighting community, but first and foremost it’s a tragedy for this man’s family,” Mr Fitzsimmons said. “He’s a husband with young children and we’re all acutely aware that there’s a family suf-
fering today because their dad didn’t come home.” Premier Barry O’Farrell offered his condolences to the pilot’s family and friends, saying his death highlights the danger all emergency personnel and volunteers faced every day while protecting the community. “They put themselves in danger on our behalf and we are all truly grateful,” he said in a statement. - AAP
Media warned on mall looting reports Kenya’s police chief has threatened journalists with arrest after they reported on looting and disarray among security forces after the terrorist massacre in Nairobi’s Westgate shopping mall, media reports say. Police Inspector General
Pilot’s body remains in bush The body of a pilot whose plane crashed as he tried to fight the NSW bushfires remains in remote wilderness after fire prevented rescuers from recovering his body. Police say it is too dangerous for rescue crews to retrieve the 43-year-old pilot, who crashed his plane trying to put out a blaze in bushland in the state’s south. The pilot became the second casualty of the NSW bushfires when his fixed-wing waterbomber crashed in remote bushland west of Ulladulla. The unnamed pilot, a father from Trangie in central NSW, was responding to several blazes in the Budawang National Park when his plane went down. After several attempts, helicopter crews were able to winch personnel down to the crash site and confirm the pilot had died. But flames and fierce winds in the rugged bushland forced them to retreat before they could recover his body. Superintendent Joe Cassar from Shoalhaven Local Area Command said the situation was extremely challenging for rescuers, who tried their best in the most difficult of circumstances. He said crews now faced the daunting task of waiting until first light before they could attempt to reach the pilot again, but wouldn’t stop until he was returned to his family. “It is far too dangerous to send any personnel down there to retrieve the pilot,” Supt Cassar told reporters in Nowra. “As soon as the conditions are in our favour we will retrieve that pilot.” Supt Cassar could not confirm reports one of the plane’s wings was torn off, but said the crash was believed to have sparked another smaller fire. It’s not known whether the pilot was a Rural Fire Service (RFS) member or contracted by the service to help with the state’s bushfire crisis. The man’s family had been informed, and police were continuing to liaise closely with them. Supt Cassar said everyone
David Kimaiyo told reporters it was “very clear that there is limit” to media freedom. “We are looking within the law very closely for those individuals who in one way or another might have committed crimes ... that soon they would
be apprehended and appear before the court,” he said. Journalists from Kenya’s KTN television station - which like other media has reported widely on the ransacking of the upmarket shopping mall - are among those threatened with arrest.
Security camera footage broadcast at the weekend shows soldiers carrying white plastic bags out of the supermarket, shortly after the al-Qaeda-linked gunmen carried out a shooting spree, executing children in the shopping aisles. - AFP
India’s Supreme Court has agreed to hear a petition seeking the cancellation of this weekend’s Indian Grand Prix because organisers have allegedly not paid entertainment taxes for the 2012 event. “We will hear the petition tomorrow,” Chief Justice P. Sathasivam said in court yesterday, announcing a new legal snag for Formula One in India which has been dogged by problems since the inaugural 2011 event. India’s Supreme Court has executive powers and ordered organisers two years ago to freeze 25 per cent of ticket revenues until they had settled a tax dispute with the state where the racetrack is located. - AFP
Bronco ‘enforcer’ A former Brisbane Bronco NRL player was the standover man in an outlaw motorcycle gang’s ice ring worth $2.5 million, police allege. Michael Spence, 25, was remanded in custody after his bail application was adjourned until today. Police allege Spence was the racket’s debt collector and enforcer and was the sergeantof-arms of the Hells Angels gang’s Brisbane city chapter. The amphetamines business was allegedly run by patched Hells Angels members Bruno and Nuno Da Silva from a locksmith business between June 2012 and October this year. All three were among eight men arrested by police during a major drugs bust on Wednesday. Police alleged in an affidavit Spence had bought a $560,000 house with his girlfriend at Cannon Hill in Brisbane’s east despite having a minimal income, and was living beyond his means on drug profits. - AAP
Friday, October 25, 2013
Rural mail still getting through Coen Lammers EDITOR
he decision to opt for a five-day postal service to rural areas is a major coup for the people living outside of town. It is also a massive relief for businesses and services working in those regions and relying on New Zealand Post for delivery. The rumblings from New Zealand Post that it could no longer sustain the current level of delivery because of sharply falling mail volumes sent shockwaves through the rural community. The issue has been a hot topic among farming folk and was a regular question for this editor during recent public engagements. Rural folk are well aware that their daily Guardian is one of the businesses heavily reliant on the rural runs, so this week’s news was a relief for both the Guardian and our readers. As the deed governing the obligations by New Zealand Post does not kick in until 2015, it will give all parties concerned sufficient time to announce any changes and make up contingency plans. The Government’s decision clearly reflects the deafening outcry from the rural public and the sectors that are dealing with the rural people. Nobody will deny that ‘snail’ mail in many areas has been replaced by email and other forms of electronic communications, but outside of urban areas the run to the mail box is still a crucial part of daily life. Many urban folk in Mid Canterbury will be negatively affected when their delivery is cut back to three days, but even they will understand that the current postal services have become unsustainable. The announcement this week at a glance sounds like a pragmatic compromise but the real issues will not become apparent until the details of the new proposals are revealed. If New Zealand Post gives all affected parties plenty of notice the district should be able to cope with the proposed changes. Times are changing but at least the farmers will still be making their daily trip to the post box for some years to come.
YOUR VIEW Canteen thanks I would like to thank all the people that supported me with my haircut for Canteen Cancer especially those who donated. Thanks to Tinwald Tavern for all their help by having this event there. Thanks everyone from myself and James and Flash. Peter Richards (Text message)
Magic moments There has never been a more appropriate name given to a show. How do you thank the many people involved in the success that was Magic Moments? Margaret Jackson, Susan Spenser, Jenny Beach and Penny Wilson, you are four very special and talented ladies. Thank you for again putting a show together that has been a
success not only in the box office, but also for the opportunity it gave to so many past performers who have been away from the stage for quite some time, to come back and entertain. To the cast, thank you for giving so much or your time to this amazing fund raising event, it is truly appreciated. And finally to the community, thank you for supporting the show. The money raised will go a long way towards us being able to maintain our venue at a standard we can all be proud of. I look forward to doing it all again next year. Roger Farr, manager, Ashburton Trust Event Centre * * *
Magic Moments proved to be just that. What a great, toe-tapping
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show and how lucky we are to have people who are happy to give of their time and their talent to provide such entertainment for us. Congratulations to everyone involved. Sally Hickey
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Choose the right health cover T hinking about health insurance can be daunting, but choosing policies carefully could save you money in the long run. Medical insurance premiums vary by sex, age, current health status, and the likelihood of making a claim. Southern Cross, the country’s largest health insurer, has released its top five surgical claims for men and women. The results show the sexes tend to suffer vastly different health problems, and people need to take this into account when deciding on insurance. Who needs what? Men in their 20s and 30s claim the most for hernias and endoscopic sinus surgeries, while women in the same age bracket predominantly claim for endometriosis procedures, abdominal adhesions and ovarian cyst surgeries. Southern Cross Health Society chief executive Peter Tynan says the differences highlight the need for those taking out health insurance to check that their policy covers them for what they’re most likely to need. “Men, in particular those in their 20s and 30s, think they’re invincible but I think information like this goes to show that no one’s immune from developing conditions that require surgical treatment,” Tynan says. And going under the knife doesn’t come cheaply. What does it cost? Although surgical procedures make up 7 per cent of the claims Southern Cross deals with, they account for threequarters of the total cost. Endometriosis surgery and hernia repairs, considered quite common procedures, can cost up to $9500. More intensive surgeries such as hip and knee replacements can sting patients with a bill of $20,000-plus. Health insurance is one area where customers “get what
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Health insurance gives members the ability to skip public waiting lists, but it comes at a cost. Cassandra Mason looks at why one size doesn’t fit all for health insurance policies and what you need to look out for.
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they pay for” and going over your policy with a fine tooth comb - especially if you’re switching insurers to get a better deal - is crucial, Tynan says. “There is no use looking to change insurers once a pre-existing health condition has been developed.” A Consumer NZ study of eight insurance providers last year found that the best value for money deal for a couple in their 30s was Unimed’s Hospital Only plan, which costs $66 a month but carries zero excess, research assistant Scott Donaldson says. Policies with excesses are harder to measure because it depends on the number of claims the policyholder makes. Why do we need health insurance? Donaldson says medical insurance is very much “risk, reward”. You can leapfrog the public system and have your medical
problems addressed immediately. But policies are not always straightforward. “As you get older, the premiums skyrocket and if you don’t get [insurance] for a while, you will have pre-existing conditions which then aren’t covered,” Donaldson says. Others opted for “self insurance”, using the public system but regularly putting money aside in case they needed it, requiring extreme discipline. Those most likely to save money are people with “obscure” medical conditions who need specialist treatment. Money-saving tips Shop around - Getting quotes from several insurers will uncover differences of up to thousands of dollars. Compare the policies carefully and choose a policy with high claim limits and as broad a cover as possible. Focus on the big risks
Don’t insure for day-to-day medical expenses such as GP visits and prescriptions. If you want health insurance, protect against the big risks with hospital and surgical cover only. Comprehensive policies that cover everyday costs are unlikely to be worth it. Choose a higher excess It’s natural to shy away from high excesses, but the rule generally is: the bigger the excess, the lower the premium. Take the highest excess you can comfortably afford and make sure you have the money available at short notice. Keep an eye out for discounts Many insurance companies offer lower premium rates for groups, package deals and discounts for paying annually instead of monthly. Some insurers offer discounts of up to 20 per cent for nonsmokers and 10 per cent for those with a healthy lifestyle. - Consumer NZ
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$16.5 billion in the kitty BY BEN CHAPMAN-SMITH
tary long-term savings scheme, was introduced in July 2007 and there were 45 registered schemes by the end of March this year. Sean Hughes, head of the FMA, said the scheme had come a long way since then and the level of uptake by members and providers had surpassed all expectations. “For many New Zealanders, KiwiSaver will be the first investment they make and will represent a large part of their retirement savings and ultimate financial security.” Hughes said the new stand-
KiwiSaver assets have grown by 30 per cent in the past year and are now worth more than $16.5 billion, according to the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). The FMA yesterday released its annual KiwiSaver Report for the year ended June 30, 2013. It showed funds under management grew by $4 billion during the last 12 months. The number of members also lifted by nearly 10 per cent to 2.09 million. KiwiSaver, which is a volun-
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ardised quarterly disclosure statements would make it easier for members to see how performance and fees varied across different funds. All KiwiSaver managers will also soon need to be licensed by the FMA, under the recentlypassed Financial Markets Conduct Act and proposed regulations, he said. “These changes have the po-
tential to significantly impact all KiwiSaver schemes and we encourage providers to review their processes in preparation for future licensing. “As KiwiSaver continues to grow, we expect all those involved to meet the regulatory standards and to act in the interests of KiwiSaver members.” Research firm Morningstar yesterday released its threemonthly performance numbers for KiwiSaver, which showed funds with higher exposure to shares were the best performers over the September quarter. - HOL
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Auckland International Airport confirmed its expectation of an underlying profit after tax for the current financial year of between $160 million and $170 million at the annual shareholders’ meeting. The meeting was the last for Joan Withers since joining the board at its NZX listing 16 years ago, three of them spent as chair, to be replaced by Sir Henry van der Heyden, subject to confirmation of the outcome of the shareholder vote. Both Withers and chief executive Adrian Littlewood praised increased government investment in tourism marketing, particularly for growth in passenger numbers from Asia, especially China. “By 2030, roughly 80 per cent of the world’s middle class, or 4 billion, will be on our back doorstep and within one flight of Auckland airport,” said Littlewood. “However, it is a competitive race with high stakes, and every country has their eyes on that prize. “New Zealand needs to recognise that competitive challenge, be more ambitious and work better together as an industry so we can capture the growth.” In time, this would require the construction of a second
Bathurst Resources has finally secured resource consents for its contentious Escarpment coal mine on the West Coast’s Denniston Plateau. The Environment Court yesterday granted consents for the project, ending a projected battle with environmentalists opposing the proposed coal mine, Bathurst said in a statement. The shares rose 1.8 per cent to 17.4 cents in trading after the announcement. “We are pleased to finally secure the consents to develop a mine that will deliver much needed jobs for the West Coast and generate benefits for the economy of New Zealand overall,” chief executive Hamish Bohannan said. - APNZ
Proﬁt rise for Sky Sky Network Television, which received a warning from the antitrust regulator for potentially breaching competition law this month, sees annual profit rising as much as 13 per cent in the current 2014 financial year, and is preparing to ramp up its foray into mobile and web-based delivery with new products in the pipeline. The Auckland-based pay-TV operator forecasts net profit of between $145 million and $155m in the 12 months ending June 30, 2014, up from $137.2m in the 2013 financial year, according to presentation slides accompanying chief executive John Fellet’s speech at yesterday’s annual meeting and published on the stock exchange. - APNZ
runway at Auckland and a new domestic terminal, but Littlewood gave no hint of timing for the initiative, while offering some detail on the company’s plans for making the airport a more attractive workplace. “We have been experts in crafting compelling proposals and convincing the chief executives and chief financial officers of our clients as to when they should base their business at the airport. “However, we somewhat overlooked winning the hearts and minds of their employees.” Further investment would be needed to “build a quality work environment that other developer will find hard to match.” The shares fell 1.2 per cent to $3.40 in trading yesterday. - APNZ
The last two defendants in the fraud case against failed lender Rockforte Finance have been sentenced yesterday in the High Court in Gisborne. The Serious Fraud Office said former director Nigel O’Leary was sentenced to four years’ prison after pleading guilty to nine charges including theft by a person in a special relationship, obtaining by deception and false accounting. John Gardner was sentenced to 11 months’ home detention and 200 hours community work after pleading guilty to five charges, including theft by person in special relationship, obtaining by deception and false statement by promoter. - APNZ
Pressure going on New Zealand regional banks, which make up about 15 per cent of the local market dominated by four large Australian lenders, may struggle to increase revenue in the coming year amid competition from their bigger rivals, Fitch Ratings says in a review of regional financial institutions. The nation’s regional lenders benefit from simple business models focused on accepting deposits from households and businesses and lending to fund residential mortgages, business loans and personal loans while avoiding riskier and more complex financial products, Fitch said yesterday. - APNZ
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Professor Barry Vercoe, CEO of One Laptop Per Child, pictured in Tauranga yesterday with the XO laptop which he helped design.
The computers, developed by MIT’s Media Lab, were designed to be tough enough for children to use and abuse but powerful enough for them to run a range of interactive educational activities. All of their software was made free and open source to ensure schools were not faced with costly licensing programmes, with a mandatory standard of one machine for each child. The systems promoted constructionist learning - encouraging children to build and create, rather
than simply surfing the net. The programme was highlighted for its expensive failure in Peru, but Professor Vercoe put this down to a critical lack of pre-training for teachers something that would be tackled in the New Zealand roll-out. “We don’t send laptops into a classroom until the teacher is fully qualified with 15 hours of professional development.” In 2008, 5000 machines were distributed free among Pacific Islands, reaching far-flung places in the Solomon Islands and
Papua New Guinea, as well as every child in Niue. Last year, the Australian federal Government invested $12m in the programme, resulting in 50,000 machines for the country. Professor Vercoe hoped New Zealand would follow its lead. “Governments are always very risk averse, and they won’t jump at anything like this until they’re sure it’s going to work,” he said. “In Australia, it took us two years before the Government got it. I’m not sure how long it will take here.” - NZH
Fans hungry for bite at new Apples
Hundreds were expected to line up today to be among the first in New Zealand to buy the new iPhones. At midnight, the iPhone 5s and the 5c models went on sale and one expert predicted big
There’s $$$ on the web Businesses with a website are more likely to increase revenue and hire full-time staff in the year ahead, according to survey findings. MYOB’s latest Business Monitor Report also found the number of Kiwi firms going online is rising, albeit slowly. In its survey of about 1000 Kiwi small and medium enterprises, the accounting software firm found 38 per cent of businesses with a website saw revenue increase in the year to August 2013, compared to only 26 per cent of businesses without. Half of businesses with a website said they expected to see revenue increase in the year ahead, compared to 37 per cent of those without. - NZH
HP into 3D printers
BY AMELIA WADE
$100 laptop makes local debut A cause credited for putting educational computers in the hands of millions of children across the world will come full-circle for one of its Kiwiborn founders today, when he launches the One Laptop Per Child programme here. It’s now hoped the programme will reach schools across the country and ultimately win government backing. The scheme began eight years ago when Professor Barry Vercoe and colleagues at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed a computer dubbed the “$100 laptop”. Professor Vercoe, who remains a Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Sciences of the famous Boston institute, had helped bring the specially-designed XO computers to some of the most remote places on Earth before he moved back to New Zealand. “I’ve been involved in taking these things into lots of countries and I thought, why not home?” he said yesterday. One school, Te Wharekura o Manaia in Coromandel, has so far taken up the technology, issuing 67 machines to its junior pupils.
sales even though they aren’t vastly different from their predecessor, the iPhone 5. Apple also unveiled its newgeneration iPads yesterday, an event met with a lot of hype in technology circles. Both of New Zealand’s biggest telecommunications com-
panies, Vodafone and Telecom, were holding day-long events today in the lead-up to the launch of the new phones at 12.01am, including special guests and a onesie pyjama party. The first 18 buyers to register at Vodafone’s Viaduct Harbour offices got their own “VIP
tent”, complete with butler service, refreshments, a survival kit and priority service. And to avoid queue fatigue, entertainment was provided by a range of sports and media personalities, as well as live performances from Titanium - NZH and DJ Thieves.
At the Canalys Channels Forum in Bangkok, HP’s CEO Meg Whitman announced that HP will enter the 3D printer market by mid 2014. This news could be bigger than huge and might finally see 3D printing moving away from being the exclusive domain of high geekery and industrial design into the mainstream. The move also makes considerable sense for HP, and this was echoed by Whitman who said “We are excited about 3D printing.” It appears that the big issues that HP’s labs are looking to get to grips with 3D printing are speed (printing complex objects can take hours) and price (at the moment 3D printer hardware costs a bomb). - NZH
Piracy growing issue A study commissioned by US TV network NBC Universal, found that piracy is on the rise. This news mightn’t exactly be rocket science, but get this - the study estimates that in January 432 million people accessed copyright infringing material and in the process of doing so consumed a rather substantial 9,567 petabytes of data. The report attributes nearly a quarter of all Internet traffic to piracy. There’s no shortage of studies bemoaning the rise of piracy, and it seems that each report manages to come up with even more truly sensational and headline grabbing numbers than its predecessor. The NBC report concluded by stating that even though there’s been several shedloads of anti-piracy policies formulated and put into action, piracy is hard to stop. - NZH
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Smoked chicken, spinach and lemon oven-baked risotto 1 smoked chicken breast 25g butter 2 T olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, finely chopped 2 c Arborio rice 4 C chicken stock (heated) ½ C white wine 2 bunches English spinach, finely chopped ½ C finely grated parmesan cheese finely grated zest of 1 small lemon extra parmesan cheese to serve ■ Remove the skin from the chicken and shred into bite sized pieces ■ Refrigerate until needed. ■ Preheat the oven to 180°C ■ Melt the butter with the oil in
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SUPER PETS SPRINT
$1400, c2, 295m PX # REC Greyhound Fastest time Trainer
1 123X8 Know Charity 17.40 2 1 2 41217 La Fontaine 17.36 3 46324 Theokoles 17.51 4 83152 Easy Silence 17.72 3 5 57344 Isabelle Domain nwtd 4 6 542F4 Wellywood 17.60 7 56422 Homebush Cruden nwtd 8 51377 Coalpit Mick 17.50 9 71477 Max’s Lad nwtd 10 83278 Go Timmee 17.63
G Cleeve J Dunn D Stapleton B Dann J McInerney Weir&Nissen J McInerney A Williams M Roberts G Cleeve
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85365 Bit Perusa nwtd 24356 Sum Are Fun nwtd 867 Churchill Chaser nwtd 54576 Charlie’s Pal nwtd 824 Cee Ach Gee nwtd 58755 Fantas Fiction nwtd 87488 Blossom Cherie nwtd
J McInerney M Flipp B Dann J McInerney B Shaw Casey&Fagan J McInerney
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1 212 Opawa Sam 30.82 3 J&D Fahey 2 24536 Know Judge nwtd G Cleeve 2 3 F3411 Kaino 30.75 Hart&Taylor 4 4 21 Andrea nwtd R H Adcock McCook&Jopson HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAM HURD STAKES 5 24 Runaway Taxi nwtd 12:26 PM J&D Fahey $1800, c0, 520m 6 22 Opawa Laz nwtd 1 7 11 Karen’s Magic 30.69 R H Adcock 3 1 35347 Know Rights nwtd G Cleeve J McInerney 1 2 23 Archie’s Comet nwtd McCook&Jopson 8 34234 Harlem Haka nwtd J McInerney 2 3 45 Opawa Lucky nwtd Lane&Wales 9 32336 Zee Brugge nwtd G Cleeve 4 68373 Court The Belle nwtd Lane&Wales 10 35347 Know Rights nwtd 4 5 34246 Opawa Chris nwtd Lane&Wales SHIRLEY VET CLINIC SPRINT 6 58 Speedy Swede nwtd Lane&Wales 1:19 PM $1100, c0, 295m 7 52555 Opawa Lauren nwtd Lane&Wales 1 Waldo Baxter nwtd J McInerney 8 3657 String Theory nwtd B Dann 2 46 Max Steel nwtd M Flipp 9 8 Finance Tommo nwtd Lane&Wales 3 3 851 Hayley’s Choice 18.06 J Dunn 10 55877 Smoochy Jewel nwtd C Roberts 4 4286 Radical Rufus nwtd B Dann 1 5 51 Quedrago nwtd Casey&Fagan TERRA KEROMA AT STUD DASH 12:44 PM 2 6 Cosmic Choice nwtd J McInerney $1100, c0, 295m 1 7 Glenelg Girl nwtd McCook&Jopson 7 66372 Uno Nosey nwtd Joyce&May 1 2 65545 Chocdee Karen nwtd 4 8 32336 Zee Brugge nwtd J McInerney J McInerney 3 878X8 Summer Love nwtd Joyce&May 9 83878 Homebush Magic nwtd J McInerney
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1 41 Perry Mason (5) 58 SKay 3 J Riddell 1 2 34X81 Written Command (11) 58 MEales D Walker 3 3558X Cold Hearted (9) 57 A&MDaviesJ Shackleton (a3) 4 X208X Meo (1) 57 GSemmens A Taylor (a2) 5 0X0 Briza (12) 57 SDougan B Lammas 6 50806 Goldysox (2) 57 BArmstrong R Hannam 7 7X214. Catwomandu (7) 56 TKeegan R Myers 8 X5621 Gold (10) 56 Lowry/Cullen 2 9 1 Miss Benci (4) 56 GTemperton L Whelan (a1) 10 09571 The Rahtwo Rebel (6) 56 WMorrisN Teeluck (a4) 11 0X4 Godzila Girl (3) 55 JTaylor M Du Plessis 4 12 Paierau Puke (8) 55 PJeffcoat J Parkes 13 24528 Miss Rhythmic (13) 54 TPerry S Collett 2:04 PM 403
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3 47683 Josephine (4) 58 PMcKenzie M Dravitzki (a2) 4 08890 Belfast Lad (8) 57 P&TEbbett K Kalychurun (a3) 5 25176 Mahanadi (14) 56.5 KMyers J Riddell 6 41X50 Duke Of York (2) 56 WBolton J Parkes 7 01441 Go Joeli (13) 56 SClotworthy M Du Plessis 8 X0080 All In Clover (15) 55.5 KGray B Lammas 9 13061 Me Aroha (7) 55.5 WJeffcoat D Bradley 10 68X00 Flemington (1) 55.5 LTanner D Walker 1 11 28313 Spring Cheer (18) 55 KMyers R Myers 4 12 83704 Destiny Cove (5) 54.5 KAlexander S Doyle 13 83419 Good One Glady (6) 54.5 LLatta LINKSROAD.COM PREMIER RATING 85 14 33014 Les Sylphides (17) 54 TKeegan A Taylor (a2) 2:39 PM OPT 404 $30,000, R85 benchmark, 1200m 15 73910 Abstain (11) 54 D&CBothwell S Collett 1 1 18121 Adventador (4) 59 Lowry/Cullen H Tinsley 16 63108 Kipkeino (12) 54 LdeLautour L Whelan (a1) 2 75X00 Hayley Rose (5) 57.5 PCampbell A Taylor (a2) 3 17 54213 Selwyn (3) 54 SKay R Hannam 2 3 4425X Denlee (11) 57 RBergerson R Myers 18 15755 Jackabean (10) 54 TEgan M Wenn 4 40X20 Zumba (7) 57 PBelsham M Du Plessis 5 93472 Authentic Paddy (17) 57 LLatta R Hannam A 19 46X08 Earl Of Doncaster (9) 54 SCrutchley 6 403X6 McLaren (1) 57 KGray K Smith 3:48 PM GOLDEN HOMES THOMPSON OPEN HCP 7 5453X Likeapins (12) 56 KMyers T Kahlon (a4) OPT 406 $70,000, opn hcp, 1600m 8 19546 Boy (3) 56 Autridge/Goodwin M Dravitzki (a2) 3 1 53X03 Spiro (11) 59 SKay 3 9 X1X14 Forefront (15) 55.5 P&KShailer A Forbes (a1) 2 74490 Fritzy Boy (7) 57.5 AMacGregor HJ Tinsley Riddell 10 1108X Better Keeper (13) 55 TEgan R Hutchings (a) 3 06014 Bragato (6) 55 RJoostens R Hutchings (a) 11 44X38 Stormy Lass (8) 55 LLatta D Bradley 4 18061 Innovation (10) 54.5 RManning A Forbes (a) 12 39764 Gossiping (9) 54.5 HMathews B Lammas 2 1 5 61X05 Kekova (9) 54 Haworth/Dixon 13 Statham SCRATCHED 6 0X597 Pero (1) 54 TRiddell J Parkes 14 X6427 Weissmuller (2) 54.5 ACampbell D Walker 7 4X876 Amberio (2) 53.5 KZimmerman D Bradley 15 662X2 Shezgorgeous (10) 54 PCampbell S Collett 8 00141 Danza Lad (14) 53.5 RLiefting D Hain 4 16 210X2 Neena Rock (16) 54 WBolton J Parkes 9 4823X Mungo Jerry (12) 53.5 ABull L Whelan (a) 17 45980. Elusive Red (14) 54 JWallace 10 1110X Skysoblue (15) 53 GSanders M Wenn 18 14872 Atozed (6) 54 GSearle M Wenn 4 11 427X4 Dubai Belle (13) 53 TBambry S Collett MARGARET ARNOLD ANNIVERSARY 12 92175. Karla Bruni (4) 53 RBergerson R Hannam 3:13 PM M Du Plessis PREMIER $30,000, R85 bmk, 2400m 13 14823 Mini Pearl (8) 53 FAuret OPT 405 R Myers 1 10450 Endor (19) 60.5 G&DRogerson R Hutchings (a) 14 27X82 Neo (3) 53 Baker/Forsman 15 14320 Commett (16) 53 JBary M Dravitzki (a) 2 2 34924 Pump Up The Volume (16) 59 RManning A Forbes (a1) 16 08241 Leica Queen (5) 53 JPrice
1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9, 10-11-12 9-10-11-12 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
3 12345 Opawa Albie 30.65 C Roberts 1:37 PM $1100, c0, 295m 2 4 6F432 Girl Racer 30.42 Hart&Taylor 1 56668 Homebush Faline nwtd J McInerney 4 5 38381 Sahara Storm 30.41 M Flipp 4 2 Bad Week nwtd J McInerney 6 22417 Hustler Ambition 30.58 M Roberts 3 32778 Zulu Deb nwtd C Roberts 7 35674 Chill Out Ralph 31.14 Lane&Wales 4 8F Dino Dan nwtd M Flipp 8 16571 Waimak Dave 30.88 J McInerney 3 5 68642 Sheldon Baxter nwtd J McInerney 9 65554 Rambunctious 30.63 A Bradshaw 1 6 32 Totally Toasted nwtd J Dunn 10 77634 Noisy Leo 30.73 J McInerney 2 7 723 Cawbourne State nwtd Weir&Nissen 8 34287 Trumped Up nwtd McCook&Jopson CHRISTCHURCHGREYHOUNDS.CO.NZ 2:29 PM 9 75664 Harper’s Bizarre nwtd SPRINT $1700, c3, 295m B Dann 10 877X7 Nopee nwtd J McInerney 3 1 34461 Make Your Point 17.40 S&B Evans 4 2 33427 Cawbourne Plunge nwtd J McInerney HAPPY BIRTHDAY LISA GRANT DASH 1:54 PM 2 3 44245 Know Fault 17.24 G Cleeve $1700, c3, 295m J McInerney 2 1 13444 Camray 17.38 D Stapleton 4 267F4 Homebush Edith 17.21 M Grant 3 2 72182 Georgie Wong 17.26 J Rush 5 45857 Pure And Special 17.25 Casey&Fagan 3 54657 Benny’s Angel 17.46 J McInerney 6 55313 Okuku Wee Man 17.55 1 7 11111 Yabba Yabba 17.37 Hart&Taylor 4 4 46684 Hot Mango 17.37 R H Adcock A Williams 5 71853 Billy Muggins 17.49 B Dann 8 87X8X Salute To Radar 17.46 Hart&Taylor 1 6 34121 Wandy Feather 17.39 M Grant 9 28356 Chevy Chevelle 17.41 R H Adcock 7 15655 Turbo Tundra 17.57 M Grant 10 17853 Cosmic Galaxy 17.55 8 22635 Mr. Big Stuff 17.37 McCook&Jopson COALGATE TAVERN STAKES 9 28356 Chevy Chevelle 17.41 Hart&Taylor 2:47 PM $2200, c2, 520m 10 66456 Kin Nikki 17.41 L Waretini 1 17635 Blushing Belle 30.63 Lane&Wales 1 2 61414 Mega Rexy 30.56 J&D Fahey CTV STAKES 2:12 PM 4 3 61442 Rocky Baxter nwtd J McInerney $2200, c2, 520m 3 1 72663 Opawa Paul 30.64 Lane&Wales 4 71776 Line Honours 30.94 G Cleeve 1 2 12123 Opawa Mez 30.37 J&D Fahey 5 52567 Thrilling Sound 30.68 S&B Evans
NZ Metro Harness
1 BOOKMBLTOPACELIS MARA&WIN TRIP 2 BREED CROWN
5:45 PM 811
October 25, 2013
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4 PICK 6
1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10 7-8-9-10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 4-6 $100,000
13 05504 Just A Marvel (24) GO'Reilly 4 14 P60X A Christian Act (u1) BHutton 15 004X0 Towney (u2) DJohnston
G O'Reilly J Curtin D Johnston
8:51 PM 817
SIRES STAKES SERIES HEAT 3YO C&G 7 MOBNRMPACE
9:21 PM 818
CLARKSONS LEADERS DIGITALLY PRINTED TROT 8 SIGNAGE
$18,000, 3yo c&g, 1950m
1 20X31 Return To Sender (1) RDunn 2 J Dunn 2 X6735 My Entourage (2) AStuart M Jones 1 3 X3273 Regulus (3) CDalgety D Dunn 4 242 Carlos Santana (4) KAustin B Orange 5 3 Max Richter (5) T&GChmiel T Chmiel 6 6 Somebeach N Clovelly (6) CKennedyT Woodward 7 57 The Intimidator (7) KBarron K Barron 4 8 9X117 Emmanuel (8) Purdon/RasmussenN Rasmussen Uncle Ben (9) KLarsen K Larsen 9 102X0 Barrier 3 10 X1136 Pay Me Mach (21) HHunter C DeFilippi OPT
$7000, 3yo+ non win, 2600m
Track Information Weather: Fine
6 2 3 7 8 9 10
66262 Opawa Marg 30.39 11878 Idol Girl 30.51 63518 Bank Roller 30.67 17848 Lochinvar Camaro 30.57 65463 Opawa Bomb 30.67
1 3 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 4 7 8 9 10
AMBER CLEANING SERVICES DASH $1400, c2, 295m
26462 Be Prepared 17.35 62213 Ketut 17.46 21734 Sheza Gamble 17.38 47366 Botany Seaton nwtd 17455 Cec Divine 17.49 45361 Homebush Hayley nwtd 42314 Emily Patrick 17.55 43716 Cawbourne Porshe 17.44 35653 Smash Dora 17.53 72548 Fireman’s Rocket 17.46
1 1 3 2 2 3 4 5 6 4 7 8 9 10
M Roberts Lane&Wales M Flipp C Roberts Lane&Wales
B Dann C Roberts Weir&Nissen J McInerney G Cleeve D Stapleton J Dunn Weir&Nissen M Grant B Dann
$1700, c3, 295m
37887 Taieri Plains 17.41 52343 Excuse Please 17.35 11184 Mer De Noms 17.41 65768 Nitro Mabel 17.39 13774 Embee Dee 17.65 83178 Phil Wart 17.43 16313 Ohoka Hart 17.50 85463 Smash Amy 17.19 51858 Blickling Bridge 17.53 78873 Opawa Rufus 17.34
Casey&Fagan J McMillan R Blackburn Hart&Taylor J McInerney M Grant L Waretini M Grant Joyce&May S&B Evans
Track Information Type: All weather; Direction: Left-handed; Length: 1193m; Weather: Fine
4 14 0000X Waihemo Angus (u1) Hannah/ChappellS Smolenski 15 0X644 Gin Rummy (u2) ICameron I Cameron A 16 0X0 Paradise Spur (u3) WStevenson R May 17 73935 Breeny’s Smile (u4) MHeenan M Heenan 1 18 2X072 Lothario (u5) D&CButt D Butt 9:51 PM 819
9 LISPACEMARA SIRE OF MISTA MARA & GEORGIAS JURY
10:21 PM OPT 820
BAR & BISTRO OPEN ‘TIL LATE PACE 10 SPECTATORS
$6000, 4yo+ M 1-2 wins, 1609m
1 564X0 Batini (1) KChapman D Dunn 4 2 97007 Incomparable (2) MLarter J Anderson (J) 3 06800 Highview Robyn (3) GAnderson S Anderson 2 4 97X03 Lady Godiva (4) BHill R May 5 00X69 Miss Lisa (5) GPayne G R Payne 3 Good Girl Becqui (6) PBurrows B Thomas (J) 6 72305 Barrier 7 471X0 Perissa (21) AStuart S O'Brien 8 4231X Eva Sophnally (22) MEdmonds M Edmonds 9 7232X Betty Golightly (23) AGarters C DeFilippi 1 10 91251 Starlet Lavra (24) T&GChmiel T Chmiel $5000, 4yo+ 1 win, 2000m
1 2D303 Filigree Sheree (1) KFord A Tomlinson 3 2 Very Persuasive (2) PWilliamson B Williamson (J) 3 6 Little Rakaia (3) GO'Reilly G O'Reilly 4 0X4 Idle Conn (4) MAustin B Orange 5 46095 Opawa Speed (5) KCameron K Cameron 6 300X8 Contella (6) BFord B Ford 2 7 33323 Barry (7) MEdmonds M Edmonds 8 0 Never Fear (8) PO'Reilly P O'Reilly 9 X690X Bernice (9) KDaly C Markham 10 02247 Mantorp (10) SKennedy D Dunn C 11 90X0 Young Stranger (11) TGrant C R Thornley 12 0P759 Last Love (12) AStuart M Jones B 13 9 Tessa’s Rocket (13) RRennie S Ottley (J)
1 10540 A J Lee (1) ICourt 2 69039 Lockey (2) CMcDowell 2 3 28419 Bold Lustre (3) Keast/Westrum 4 5777X Westburn Warrior (4) ICourt 5 5600X Gino D’Acampo (5) BHill 1 6 5X804 Billy Jack (6) D&CButt 7 9X088 Killawatt (7) TSoal 8 800X0 Montenegro (8) BHutton 9 99180 Eyreton Senna (9) MEdmonds 10 X0836 Beaver Boy (10) BHill 11 23500 Albie Al (11) JGill 4 12 35517 The Black (12) BKerr 3 13 813 Shards Assassin (13) SMcRae
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4 PICK 6 4:23 PM OPT 407
Track Information Type: Grass; Expected: Dead; Direction: Left-handed; Length: 2000m; Straight: 450m; Rail: True; Weather: Few showers
2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9 6-7-8-9 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 4-9 $150,000 HUTT NEWS PREMIER R65 $20,000,
7 8 R65 benchmark*, 1400m 9 27652 Liberator (15) 59 GSearle D Walker 10 41294 Share The Blame (12) 59 GInnesD Turner (a3) 3 11 1. Barnie O’Marnie (9) 58 JBridge A Forbes (a1) 12 45000 Mibachelorboy (10) 58 GVile B Lammas 13
1 2 1 3 4 5 71X64 Brave Kat (13) 57.5 RPatterson S Doyle 6 1405 Ralph’s Gift (8) 57.5 LLatta R Hannam 2 7 731X7 Rock Band (22) 57.5 MBreslin J Riddell 8 08536 Princess Lincoln (2) 57 LLatta D Bradley 9 74360 Sports Coat (1) 57 MOulaghan 10 41238 Melodies Way (23) 56.5 KLawrence J Parkes 11 08423 Riverman Jack (21) 56.5 TEgan R Hutchings (a) 4 12 6129 Weregoingtogetcha (4) 56 DHayes H Tinsley 3 13 1 Glorious Lad (17) 55.5 SRitchie M Du Plessis 14 6750X Canso (6) 55.5 HRenall A Taylor (a2) 15 15X53 Eternity (16) 55.5 KGray K Smith 16 940X0 Palmers Pride (18) 55.5 MBreslin R Myers 17 35100 Patience (7) 55 PMcKenzie L Whelan (a1) 18 X18X9 Pure Octaine (19) 55 GSearle S Collett 19 Platinum Lincoln SCRATCHED B 20 X1077 Hayabusa (3) 54 LLatta C 21 55820 Our Entourage (20) 55.5 LLatta D 22 27538 Rampantexcuse (11) 55 PFleming E 23 370X9. Southern Secret (5) 54 GLambert F 24 0450X Hot Lips (14) 54 GVile
1 Sakhee’s Soldier (13) 56.5 Baker/ForsmanJ Riddell X2210 Lucky Feather (9) 56.5 Autridge/Goodwin D Bradley 04019 Sanasar (11) 56.5 G&DRogerson S Collett 203 Kermit (12) 56.5 MOulaghan M Dravitzki (a) 22X24. Fantastic Honour (5) 54.5 P&KShailer A Forbes (a) 3X391 Role Model (10) 54.5 P&DWilliamsM Du Plessis 434 Carrington Park (8) 54.5 ABidlake D Walker
5:33 PM 409
D Dunn C McDowell J Keast C DeFilippi S McNally B Butt K Cox (J) J Curtin M Edmonds R May R Holmes S Ottley (J) C D Thornley
9 PREMIERTUI - ALWAYS SOMETHING BREWING
$25,000, R75 bmk, 1600m
1 099X0 Langdon (5) 60 KZimmerman A Taylor (a2) 3 2 36X13 King Kamada (23) 59 LLatta J Parkes 3 29946 Golden Miss (8) 58.5 MOulaghanJ Shackleton (a3) 4 10X01 Julinsky Prince (9) 58.5 FAuret D Turner (a3) 5 24143 Waipipi Lad (11) 58 GSanders M Wenn 6 22X16 No Change (10) 57.5 PNelson M Du Plessis 1 7 11X2 Who Shot Thebarman (18) 57.5 MOulaghan
8 X11X4 Holy Smoke (22) 57 Haworth/Dixon R Hutchings (a) 4 9 22115 Untold (19) 57 NGoss S Doyle 10 31924 Flippant (4) 56.5 SDougan D Walker 11 32161 Kuzanov (20) 56.5 BThurlow A Forbes (a1) 12 81047 Let’s Go Fratelli (15) 56.5 GInnes K Smith 13 21564 Mr Darcee’s Gold (6) 56.5 MLoveday1R Hannam 14 56123 Katie McKeen (21) 56 GMcBeth R Myers 15 21430 Royal Haze (7) 56 TEgan B Lammas 2 16 4X321 Sharbeela (16) 55.5 AFieldes M Dravitzki (a2) S Collett BUFFALO MAN 3YO WELLINGTON 17 28X10 Mrs Mac (2) 55 PBelsham 4:58 PM L Whelan (a1) GUINEAS $85,000, 3yo sw, 1500m 18 16X29 Peit Rox (1) 54.5 KBurne OPT 408 A 19 X4461 Gwynethanne (14) 54 KZimmermanD Bradley 1 1 1114 Lord Turbo (1) 56.5 TBambry R Myers 2 2 1X31 Sacred Park (3) 56.5 Pike/DonoghueR Hutchings (a) B 20 85491 Bazinger (17) 54 RAllen 3 7X682 Touche (2) 56.5 JBenner J Parkes C 21 15506 Kennys Chance (3) 56 TCollis 4 251 Thorn Pass (7) 56.5 LLatta R Hannam D 22 35209 Le Bon Fin (12) 55.5 Autridge/Goodwin 4 5 15 King’s Rock (6) 56.5 JBridgman H Tinsley E 23 98640 Stella Bella (13) 54 LLatta 24 Prestigiosa SCRATCHED 6 1 Percy (4) 56.5 SRainford B Lammas
1:05 PM OPT 601
Tomorrow at Riccarton Park
MAJESTIC HORSE FLOATS SUPPORTING NZ RACING $15,000, R75 bmk, 1800m
2:15 PM OPT 603
NZB READY TO RUN SALE TWO YEAR OLD $12,500, 2yo sw, 800m
October 26, 2013
3:25 PM OPT 605
SONIA & GARRY THOMPSON RATING 75
$15,000, R75 benchmark, 1200m
4 1 45911 Pennys From Heaven (5) 60.5 GTrusttumA Frye (a2) 2 51153. Tacticall (6) 58.5 LLatta S Wynne (a3) 1 4X454 Esprit D’Or (8) 62.5 TBeckett J Bullard 3 1220X Sir Singo (12) 57.5 MPitman J Bullard 2 0X240 Absolut Excelencia (5) 59 K&LRae J Bates 1 4 216X2 Valiant (13) 57.5 B&SAnderton T Direen (a1) 1 3 6X217 Flynn (13) 59 KMyers A Frye (a2) 5 8711X Wiseguy (3) 57.5 MPitman B Pitman (a1) 4 12381 El Bee Dee (11) 58 RMcKay K Williams 6 32911 Gallaru (7) 57 MPitman A Morgan (a3) 5 628X1 Indy Ruler (1) 58 KTyler R Black (a2) 7 0211X Gunnadoo (2) 57 T&MStokes M Cameron 6 X3651 No Emotion (4) 58 MPitman A Morgan (a3) 2 8 5114X Percy Possum (1) 57 NRidley K Walters 7 250X4 News Flash (2) 57 B&SAndertonC Barnes (a2) 9 81X60 Strike Up The Band (14) 57 J&JGordonT Moseley 8 73175 Jungle Knight (9) 56.5 D&DLoganC Johnson 2:50 PM NZB READY TO RUN SALE TWO YEAR OLD 10 3616X Annabel Rose (4) 54.5 J&KParsonsC Johnson 3 9 X5454 Please Release Me (3) 56 BInglis J Morris OPT 604 $12,500, 2yo sw, 800m 11 2748X Mikabella (11) 54.5 J&KParsons V Johnston 3 12 0X9X2 Locket (9) 54 J&KParsons 4 10 883X6 Commanding Oak (6) 56 MPitmanB Pitman (a1) 3 1 12X Coup Flyer (14) 59 TRae C Spittles Bullard 13 120X0 Make It Happen (10) 54 N&R Lloyd R Bishop 2 11 X1723 Unrelenting Lady (12) 55.5 PRudkinR Bishop 2 7028X El Dorado Sun (10) 58 KThomson KJWalters 14 8317X Maria Predadi (15) 54 M McCann J Wong (a4) 12 8X0X6 Prestigiosa (7) 55 KMyers D Walsh 3 1 Five Kings (13) 58 BTapper M Haruki (a3) A 15 5X730 Ashburn Lane (8) 55.5 LLatta 13 10337 Pamina (10) 54.5 Kevin&PamHughesV Johnston 4 24X01 Red Lamar (15) 58 PRanui J Bates 16 Tricatchme SCRATCHED 14 8X962 Arista (14) 54 BTapper M Haruki (a3) 5 6939X The Governator (7) 58 MPitman A Denby (a1) PM COUPLAND’S BAKERIES MILE TRIAL 4:00 6 5808X Delirium (12) 57 D Crozier C Barnes (a2) PICCADILLY BKS & POSTSHOP AT AVONHEAD 1:40 PM $25,000, opn hcp, 1400m J Wong (a4) OPT 606 MALL $15,000, R85 bmk, 1600m 7 02601 Short Tale (4) 57 NRidley OPT 602 1 2109X Captain Todd (10) 59 T&MStokes A Frye (a2) 1 75X13 Schockemohle (2) 59 KTyler R Black (a2) 8 X0480 Vite Celebre (9) 57 IStewart S Wynne (a3) 1 2 673X2 Ric O’Shea (12) 59 SPrince C Barnes (a2) V Johnston 3 2 61504 Our Alchemist (3) 57.5 KMyers A Frye (a2) 9 65X00. Mt Difficulty (18) 57 LLatta 3 25322. Needastar (2) 57 DCrozier J Wong (a4) 4 10 4335X Refreshnly Vibrant (2) 56 KThomson T Moseley 2 3 228X1. Darci Coup (9) 57 MPitman A Morgan (a3) 2 4 143X5 Ridley (4) 56 JHillis J Bullard X5682 Ask Me (17) 55.5 MPitman A Morgan (a3) 4 00X90 Kaptain Kirkup (6) 56.5 NRidley J Wong (a4) 11 5 60X22 Go Go Dingo (3) 55.5 TRae V Johnston 12 3157X Gallant Babe (11) 55 DFrye A Frye (a2) 6 42440 Credit Crunch (11) 55.5 MPitmanB Pitman (a1) 5 Kirkie SCRATCHED 2 13 01X7X Shroud (16) 55 M&MBrown D Walsh D Walsh 6 725X4. Keepher Close (4) 55.5 KMyers J Morris 1 14 141X7. Sparkling Mine (1) 54.5 L&RDidham C Johnson 3 7 400X5 Revolt (7) 54.5 M&MBrown 8 816X9 Our Premonition (1) 54 K&P HughesS Wynne (a3) 4 7 16094 Confederate (7) 55.5 Kennedy/FurlongC Barnes (a2) A 15 599X8 Red Bull (5) 55.5 SPrince 4 9 67X81 Arietta (8) 54 J&KParsons C Johnson 8 30742 Handsome Mates (5) 55.5 D&DLoganM Cameron B 16 L3000 Navigator (8) 55 J&JGordon 10 143X4 Chapel Star (5) 54 TKennedy M Cameron 9 82X76 Uppland (1) 55.5 K&LRae J Bates C 17 0960X Valgrey (6) 54 T&LPrendergast 11 591X0 Faxed (9) 54 M&MBrown T Moseley 1 10 07X77 London Dream (8) 54 J&KParsons C Johnson D 18 04600. On Yer Feet (3) 54 LLatta 12 874X2 Lamaze (6) 54 CTrembath A McKay (a3) PX # REC Horse (Barrier) kg Trainer
1 3 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8
1. Hurunui (5) 57.5 M&MBrown T Moseley Appellation (6) 57.5 JBridgman M Cameron Perkins (1) 57.5 Baker/Forsman J Bullard 2. Princess Brook (4) 55.5 TKennedyC Johnson 3. All Dressed Up (3) 55.5 RManning A Frye (a2) Second Time Lucky (7) 55.5 BRevell D Walsh Silent Waters SCRATCHED Supremo (2) 55.5 Champion/Murphy
h M7 1
Tuapeka Harness Sunday at Forbury Park
10 66009 Up Wheels (21) LBeagley K Cox (J,Cl) $7000, 4yo+ up-1 win spechcp, 2200m 11 38830 Maybe Flyin (22) RNeedham R Needham 1 12 412 Washington’s Flier (23) DTrainor1J W Cox PX # REC Horse (Start pos) Trainer Driver COACH & HORSES INN AMTR DRVRS MOB PACE 1 78086 Lady Hest (1) AFaulks D Dunn 1:04 PM $5500, 4yo+ 1-3 wins +claimers, 2200m 2 2X987 Casino Kerrie (2) ICameron I Cameron 2 3 269X5 Sappy’s Brite Star (3) CBuchan C Buchan 4 1 30307 Alexy (1) BNegus B Negus 4 4 Overstayer (4) CHarrison C Harrison 2 X5905 I Am Amy (2) DPaterson D Paterson 5 Valmagne (5) JKennett C Kennett 3 0X576 Glacier Express (3) PYoung T Ward 6 X798X Merilane (6) BNegus P Davis 2 4 3150X Jaccka Clubs (4) G&JKnight N Chalmers 7 86X40 Trade Me Now (1) BNorman B Norman 5 889X0 Tapestry Franco (5) LBeagley L Beagley 3 8 98656 Sophistication (2) MTapper A Milne 1 6 27226 Rock Of Tara (6) G&JKnight G Anderson 9 020PX Final Secret (3) CMcKay C McKay 7 00544 Arden’s Attack (7) BMowbray M Maynard 10 67735 Chevy Corvette (4) Cox/McGrannachanN Williamson 8 08297 The Lutts (8) FMorris D Thompson 11 03409 Face Value (5) CBuchan B Williamson (J) 3 9 59361 Royal Courage (9) GCook R Sissons Barrier 1 12 6X563 Frisson (6) PWilliamson M Williamson 13 7P79X Flashlite (u1) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 10 93736 Xmas In New York (21) SAllen S Murtha 11 34306 Maiden Rome (22) REarle R Earle 12:04 PM
TUAPEKA TRNS/MILTON NIGHT ‘N’ DAY HCP TROT
10 11 12 13 14
October 27, 2013
Smoke N Grin (10) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 69278 Adriatic Coast (11) RSwain R Swain Bryleigh Jewel (12) BMcLellanC Ferguson (J) 7X4 Iron Duke (13) WAdams T Williams 65740 Spirit Of Chronos (u1) ELatimerM Williamson
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4 4:35 PM OPT 607
2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9 6-7-8-9 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 CHRISTCHURCH CASINO SPRING CLASSIC HCP $50,000, opn hcp, 2000m
1 0X745 Titch (4) 59 KMyers J Morris 1 2 41X25 The Glitzy One (10) 57 SAnderton J Bullard 3 23214 Dickens (3) 56.5 PRudkin R Bishop 4 721X8 Alpine Heights (2) 55.5 J&KParsons J Bates 4 5 74X92 Santos (6) 55 J&KParsons C Spittles 2 6 13X43 Monachee (14) 54.5 J&KParsons C Johnson 7 78X65 Kullu (16) 54 M&MBrown D Walsh 8 49X91 Medici (5) 54 LNoble T Moseley 3 9 23424 Whistling Straits (7) 53.5 D&DLogan V Johnston 10 X2461 Big Energy (12) 53 SLaming K Williams 11 3X361 Peter Parrot (15) 53 KTyler R Black (a) 12 64732 The Hand Of Faith (8) 53 LSFaber 13 2X236 Viana (1) 53 JBridgman M Cameron 14 71401 Black Stockings (13) 53 SWoodsford A Frye (a) A 15 4X454 Esprit D’Or (9) 53 TBeckett B 16 X1723 Unrelenting Lady (11) 53 PRudkin
Track Information Type: Grass; Expected: Dead; Direction: Left-handed; Length: 2400m; Straight: 400m; Rail: Out 7m To 1000m Then Out 9m To Post; Weather: Fine but windy
10 11 Include (3) 54.5 B&SAnderton 11 13. Silhouette Noire (5) 54.5 TRae 12 6X434 Libetto (11) 54.5 N&BBlatch 5:45 PM 609
C Barnes (a) V Johnston T Moseley
SPEIGHT’S R65 $12,500, R65 benchmark*, 1600m
1 642X2 Winchester (22) 60 J&KParsons C Johnson 3 1 2 124. Arandom (21) 59 KMyers D Walsh 4 3 07133 Jimmy The One (6) 58.5 EGLow T Moseley 4 14543 Coup Rotorua (18) 58 MPitmanA Morgan (a3) 5 25056. Global Partner (19) 58 LLatta J Bullard 6 44712 Something Zed (20) 57.5 MHarris 7 5X966 Shackleton (10) 57.5 LLatta A Frye (a2) 8 21749 Shaspic (11) 57.5 SRobertson S Wynne (a3) 9 40709 Savannah Al Jamal (2) 57 K&LRae J Bates 10 17242 Vaporetto (9) 57 JHay K Williams 11 3X0X8. Rufshot (13) 57 RMauger K Walters 2 12 62567 Snowdon (15) 57 MPitman B Pitman (a1) HOLLOWAY (BUILDERS) CANTERBURY 13 10254 Mispatch (16) 56.5 L&RDidham J Wong (a4) 5:10 PM STAKES $70,000, 3yo sw, 1600m 14 0X271 Alyssa Belle (3) 56 BTapper M Haruki (a3) OPT 608 V Johnston 1 X7212 Astute And Agile (7) 56.5 RLiefting J Bates 15 63514 Chairos (12) 56 LLatta 1 2 132 All Decked Out (6) 56.5 JBridgman M Cameron 16 219X4 Asaint Sheaint (14) 55.5 T&LPrendergast C Barnes (a2) 3 3 10X41 El Doute (8) 56.5 MPitman C Johnson A 17 4337X Stingray (4) 56.5 T&MStokes 4 1342 Timy Tyler (10) 56.5 KTyler R Black (a) 2 5 301 Atlante (12) 56.5 Baker/Forsman J Bullard B 18 0X734 Mayflower (7) 54.5 K&LRae 6 5X555 Charlestown (9) 56.5 LLatta K Williams C 19 50390 Kashin Girl (8) 54.5 BInglis 4 7 4722 King Savinsky (2) 56.5 JBridgman J Morris D 20 87274 Fintorro (17) 56 K&LRae 8 55542 Lukander (4) 56.5 MPitman D Walsh E 21 00738 Chair Up (5) 54 LLatta 9 Teddytwinkletoes (1) 56.5 JRathbone A Frye (a) F 22 53004. Waiting (1) 54 LLatta
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4
1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10 7-8-9-10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
5 00X00 Garbo (5) PKay M Williamson 4 6 931X2 Third Avenue (6) WAdams T Williams Caesars Gamble (7) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 7 96248 Barrier
Track Information Type: All weather; Direction: Left-handed; Length: 1007m; Weather: Few showers 4:04 PM
CONTRACTING/CLUTHA LIC TRUST PACE 9 MBLFITZGERALD $7000, 3yo+ non win, 2200m
1 X6364 Neat N Petite (1) DMcLachlan S Walkinshaw 4 2 9X689 Pure Christian (2) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 2 3 393X2 Back On Board (3) WAdams T Williams LIFE MEMBERS & CRAWFORD FAMILY HCP TROT 2:04 PM 4 00X98 C J’s Delight (4) RWilson C Ferguson (J) $8500, 5yo+ 1-5 wins spechcp, 3200m ALABAR SIRES STAKES HEAT 3YO FILLIES 5 7 Rio Bromac (5) PYoung J Young (J) 1 5156X Mr Mayfly (1) RWilson C Barron 3:04 PM MOB PACE $18,000, 3yo F, 1700m 6 Rogart (6) Cox/Hoffman N Williamson 2 1350X Armori (1) GMcLay G McLay 3 7 Bertos (7) JHay J Hay C Barron 3 9PX03 Anothersuperstar (1) AShaw R Norman 3 1 886X2 Raksdeal (1) CBarron 8 5P329 Levels Legacy (8) MTapper A Milne 2 2 11 Willow (2) Purdon/Rasmussen N Rasmussen 4 032X7 Moon Countess (2) G&CLee G Lee 1 9 71X24 Someardensomewhere (9) Purdon/Rasmussen 1 3 1311X Venus Serena (3) GDunn J Dunn 2 5 401X8 Whitney (3) RWilson D Dunn B Orange 6 79460 John Henry Galleon (4) CGerkenM Williamson 4 4 1 Secret’s Out (4) Purdon/Rasmussen B Orange Barrier B McLellan 7 13X78 Starlight Invasion (5) DMcLachlan S Walkinshaw 5 51X2 Leigh Major (5) BMcLellan 10 500X0 Tinted Light (21) J Bond M Williamson 6 965X1 Bay Emerald (6) LDriver R Holmes 3 8 47180 Left Right Andcentre (u1) PWilliamson LYDERS/MORN TAVERN HCP PACE $7500, Ultimate CC (7) MJones D Dunn 4:34 PM B Williamson (J) 7 23 Barrier 4yo+ 1-2 wins spechcp, 2200m 4 9 030X6 Cool Cobber (u2) RSwain R Swain 2 1 32337 Vera’s Delight (1) BMcLellan B McLellan PANSPACIFICFLIGHT@MACCA LODGE MOB 1 10 46450 Sarah Lindenny (u3) CHarrison C Harrison 12:34 PM SELWYN PAUL MEM TUAPEKA CUP HCP PACE 2 88755 The Witch Doctor (2) G&JKnightM Williamson JJ OTAGO/THOMPSON CONTRACTING 11 00970 Sunnivue Impulse (1) SAshton B Orange 3:34 PM PACE $7500, 3yo+ 1-2 wins, 2200m 1:34 PM $14,999, 5yo+ 3-8 wins spechcp, 3200m 4 3 44738 Crackapaca (3) MNyhan P Davis PACE $7000, 3yo+ non win, 2700m 12 138X1 Beat The Rythem (u1) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 1 3076X Quick As I Can (1) BNegus P Davis N Williamson 3 1 2P571 Devil May Care (1) HHunter H Hunter 4 89826 Kaylea Bolter (4) BKeeler 4 2 23935 Infrequently (2) G&JKnight M Williamson 3 1 X5827 Special Delight (1) SBrown N Williamson 13 38939 Mum Beat Lyall (u2) MDenton A Beck H Hunter 4 2 55000 Imaginary Life (2) CHarrison 2 2 76465 Roxy Bromac (2) PYoung C Harrison J Young (J) 5 39028 Sixonenine (5) HHunter 3 06800 Mimi Surarti (3) ICameron I Cameron 14 Bet's Best SCRATCHED 6 52X20 Greshees Angel (6) GTelfer G Telfer 4 3 91237 Fair Dinkum Bromac (1) MJones B Orange Avalon Bromac (3) JHay J Hay 4 30299 Aveross Rustler (4) AFaulks D Dunn 3 7 814X9 Just A Jak Up (u1) D McLachlan S Walkinshaw TUAPEKA LODGE F&M MOB PACE $7500, 2 1 4 7X027 Sounds Like Us (4) M Nyhan P Davis 4 22242 Comply Or Die (u1) K Barron K Barron 5 9548X Never Eyre (5) KDance1 C Barron 2:34 PM 3 8 22316 Homeforabubbly (1) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 3yo+ f&m 1-2 wins, 1609m 5 797X2 Bettor’s Brigadier (u2) DMcLachlan S Walkinshaw K Barron 6 78906 Town Icon (6) CMcDowell S Golding (J,Cl) 5 0X Courage Du Fair (5) MHouse 9 44688 Libby Jaccka (2) SBreed K Barron P Davis 10 13889 Knapdale Lady (3) RSwain 2 7 2252X Mixed Emotions (7) PYoung J Young (J) 6 74056 Black George (6) MMcAuleyB Williamson (J) 3 1 1 Livy Franco (1) NWilliamson N Williamson 6 7670X Sonnetsson (1) MNyhan R Swain 2 2 6X11 Red Hot Toddy (2) KBarron J Dunn K Barron 7 2X338 Cherokee Charlie (2) Cox/Hoffman J W Cox 11 240X7 Tulach Ard (4) BGray 8 7X061 El Diablo (8) RWilson C Ferguson (J) 7 X7076 Castellano (7) DSimpson B Williamson (J) B Orange 3 55764 Sonia Ellen (3) G&JKnight S Golding (J,Cl) 8 56561 Motu Speedy Star (1) ELatimer B Williamson (J) 12 12790 Sunny Two Shoes (5) Cox/HoffmanS Golding (J) 3 9 93X51 Highview Highlander (9) BMowbrayB Orange 8 X2X00 Pushkin (8) D&CButt Barrier 1 9 1 4 31X14 Speights Girl (4) CDalgety Jack Black (9) CDalgety D Dunn D Dunn 9 19909 Better To Be Bad (u1) SAshton R Holmes 1 13 362X3 Brindy (6) WAdams T Williams
Sunday at Forbury Park Raceway
PAST MEMBERS, STAFF & FRIENDS STAKES 1 MEMORIAL
$1900, c1, 545m PX # REC Greyhound Fastest time Trainer
1 4 3 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 8 9 10
66453 Gay Thorley nwtd 54434 Opawa Peekay 32.90 5114 Mr. Barry nwtd 66434 Party Rock nwtd 33427 Bizarro nwtd 765F3 Opawa Cassidy nwtd F5652 Stich Up nwtd 1 Opawa Dosh nwtd 57828 Pukeko Raptor 33.19 43248 Opawa Tania nwtd
J McInerney Lane&Wales J Goode S&B Evans S&B Evans Lane&Wales S&B Evans Lane&Wales B Healey Lane&Wales
2 COLIN AND KAY KEEN MEMORIAL SPRINT $1400, c2, 310m
1 45361 Homebush Hayley nwtd 3 1 2 56422 Homebush Cruden 18.64 3 47366 Botany Seaton nwtd 4 57344 Isabelle Domain nwtd 5 41137 Another Pizza nwtd 2 6 123X8 Know Charity nwtd 7 73731 Que Tee Chicks 18.89 4 8 87882 Sea Spray Tich 18.70 9 11657 Pukeko Thunder 18.77 10 11878 Idol Girl nwtd 1:20 PM
OTAGO’S OCTOBER MAIDEN SPRINT FINAL $1600, c0f, 310m
24464 Master At Arms nwtd 68642 Sheldon Baxter nwtd
h M8 1
D Stapleton J McInerney J McInerney J McInerney J McInerney G Cleeve McCook&Jopson Casey&Fagan B Healey Lane&Wales J Guthrie J McInerney
3 2 4 4 3 5 6 1 7 8 9 10
1 San Sebastian 18.75 23 Archie’s Comet nwtd 12 Opawa Idol nwtd 824 Cee Ach Gee nwtd 51 Quedrago 18.63 64623 Tepirita Snoop nwtd 43535 Joey’s Secret nwtd 85365 Bit Perusa nwtd
J Allen McCook&Jopson J&D Fahey B Shaw Casey&Fagan B Shaw D Stapleton J McInerney
October 27, 2013 66453 Gay Thorley nwtd 54434 Opawa Peekay 32.90
$1700, c3, 310m
Monday at Ashburton Raceway
PM 4yo+ 1-2 wins discrhcp, 2400m PX # REC Horse (Start pos) Trainer Driver
GERALD DANCE MEMORIAL SPRINT
1 34461 Make Your Point nwtd S&B Evans 4 2 33427 Cawbourne Plunge nwtd J McInerney 3 3 267F4 Homebush Edith 18.37 J McInerney 4 51613 Voreda nwtd M Robinson PRESIDENT’S MAIDEN MIDDLE DISTANCE 2 5 78873 Opawa Rufus 18.68 S&B Evans 1:50 PM FINAL $2450, c0f, 545m 6 13774 Embee Dee nwtd J McInerney 2 1 22 Opawa Laz nwtd J&D Fahey 1 7 37887 Taieri Plains 18.36 Casey&Fagan 2 68373 Court The Belle nwtd Lane&Wales 8 55313 Okuku Wee Man 18.90 Casey&Fagan 3 24 Runaway Taxi nwtd McCook&Jopson 9 22635 Mr. Big Stuff 18.63 McCook&Jopson 3 4 212 Opawa Sam nwtd J&D Fahey 10 17737 Another Snazza nwtd J McInerney 4 5 21 Andrea 33.46 R H Adcock JOHN CEE’S BIRTHDAY BASH FINAL 6 64 Holivia Lass nwtd McCook&Jopson 3:20 PM $1800, c1f, 310m 1 7 11 Karen’s Magic 32.92 R H Adcock J McInerney 8 32333 Wee Terra nwtd Casey&Fagan 1 38233 Wunzee nwtd 4 2 23122 Sandi Claws 18.42 S Keen 9 45 Opawa Lucky nwtd Lane&Wales D Stapleton 10 52555 Opawa Lauren nwtd Lane&Wales 3 21823 Thiago 18.88 1 4 11212 Pedro Force nwtd J&D Fahey FORBURY SPORTS BAR STAKES FINAL 5 22121 Vienna 18.60 D Stapleton 2:20 PM $2650, c1f, 545m 2 6 11131 Keramus 18.51 G Cleeve 1 66632 What I Like nwtd J McInerney 7 51222 Opawa Hog nwtd Lane&Wales 2 2 52781 Opawa Jean 33.00 Lane&Wales 3 8 21X11 Star Dreamer 18.61 Casey&Fagan 3 331X3 Opawa Andrea nwtd Lane&Wales 9 26543 Sprinkles nwtd J McInerney 1 4 1111 Deanne’s Fantasy 32.58 J&D Fahey 10 66844 Dyna Frier 18.62 D Stapleton 5 14423 Opawa Natty nwtd Lane&Wales GIL AND RAIMA BLUE MEMORIAL STAKES 3 6 22621 Air Flow 33.01 M Robinson 3:50 PM $2200, c2, 545m 4 7 86252 False Notion 33.08 J&D Fahey 8 52362 Know Future nwtd B Healey G Cleeve 1 61436 Pukeko Prowler nwtd
MAINLAND WOOL HCP TROT $10,000,
J McInerney Lane&Wales
October 28, 2013
4 79436 Gunsight Pass (u2) JRamsay S McNally 1:27 PM 4 5 6107X Pyramid Monarch (u3) PWilliamson 5yo+ 3-5 wins spechcp, 3200m B Williamson (J) 4 1 3D504 Rebma (1) KFord A Tomlinson D Dunn 2 William Lance SCRATCHED 6 21068 St Pierre (u4) KTownley G Chmiel 3 3 9P636 Franco Nadal (u1) BWaldron B Waldron 2 7 41001 Oh Nova (1) T&GChmiel 1 4 7127X Kowhai Whiz (1) C&JDeFilippi S Ottley (J) 8 0300X Always Treasure (2) CMiddletonC Middleton C D Thornley 5 26806 Pammys Boy (2) MEdmonds M Edmonds 1 9 81000 U Dream (u1) SMcRae 6 40479 Fire In The Night (u1) BHutton J Curtin JOHN ROLLINSON MEMORIAL MOB PACE 2 7 165X2 Yankee One (u2) PWilliamson M Williamson 3:12 PM $10,500, 3yo+ 2-3 wins, 1609m 8 34X69 Trip’s On Me (u3) CMiddleton C Middleton 1 X4766 Tubbys Sister (1) DSwanston A Lowe 9 27185 Mamselle (1) P&LJones M Jones 2 Star Black SCRATCHED GLUYAS MOTOR GROUP MOB PACE 3 2117X Jerry Garcia (2) LO'Reilly L O'Reilly 2:02 PM 4 Roo Star SCRATCHED $8000, 3yo+ non win, 2400m 2 5 11 Alleluia (3) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 3 1 00X64 Explosive Art (1) GCourt R May S Ottley (J) 1 2 Aldo Rossi (2) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 6 45384 Uncle Trevor (4) GCook 1 7 2X111 Tiger Tara (5) GDunn G O'Reilly 3 440X0 Travelling Man (3) JDalgety T Chmiel 3 8 460X1 Cyclone Prince (6) GDixon T Mitchell 4 223 Mach Of The Man (4) Purdon/Rasmussen 4 Anton Oliver (7) AHastie A Hastie N Rasmussen 9 7X291 Barrier 5 020 Dapper George (5) MHoward S McNally J Dunn 2 6 4 Tokohoka (6) Purdon/Rasmussen B Orange 10 8X144 Donegal’s Guest (21) RDunn 4 Lewy Risk (7) LDriver R Holmes THE TRUST ASHBURTON FLYING STAKES 7 0X240 Barrier 3:42 PM EA NETWORKS HCP TROT $11,500,
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4
2 1 3 4 3 5 4 6 7 2 8 9 10
1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-8-9, 10-11-12 9-10-11-12 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
72663 Opawa Paul nwtd 61414 Mega Rexy nwtd 61442 Rocky Baxter nwtd 65463 Opawa Bomb 32.88 35674 Chill Out Ralph 32.31 77634 Noisy Leo nwtd 52226 Rob’s Mate 32.55 17635 Blushing Belle nwtd 87547 Know Honour 32.76
Lane&Wales J&D Fahey J McInerney Lane&Wales Lane&Wales J McInerney M&J Hill Lane&Wales G Cleeve
Track Information Weather: Few showers
6 4 7 1 8 9 10
51151 Mega Girl 32.66 57178 Cover To Cover 32.74 12155 Caboul 32.72 38867 Should Be Carlos 33.06 85877 Black Emily 33.28
R H Adcock D Stapleton J&D Fahey J McInerney Lane&Wales
JIM SOPER MEMORIAL SPRINT $2000, c4, 310m
1 66334 Wandy Gaylene nwtd 1 G Cleeve 2 22617 Austin Wana nwtd J McInerney 2 3 54333 Tepirita Rita nwtd B Shaw J McInerney ERIC AND IRENE LITTLE MEMORIAL 4 88751 Another Jewel nwtd 4:20 PM 5 48572 Wandy Hallee 18.87 G Cleeve STAKES $2600, c3, 545m J McInerney 2 1 64652 Flying Moe nwtd B Shaw 4 6 57552 Homebush Helen 18.58 7 42163 Ringa Ding nwtd J McInerney 4 2 75672 Opawa Style 32.98 Lane&Wales 3 8 14213 Hetfield nwtd C Roberts 1 3 12112 Game Girl nwtd R H Adcock G Cleeve 4 44534 Bob’s Eye 32.59 J McInerney 9 75625 Know Wisdom 18.48 M Roberts 5 13757 Opawa Bro 32.73 Lane&Wales 10 11337 Cawbourne Burn 18.69 3 6 48348 Cawbourne Kesha 32.36 J McInerney ERIC AND KEVIN MCQUEEN MEMORIAL 7 35845 Goldstar Bella nwtd S&B Evans 5:40 PM SPRINT $2400, c5, 310m 8 51736 Botany Kevin 32.59 J McInerney G Cleeve 9 73878 Wandy On In 33.54 D Kingston 1 11774 Stolen Money nwtd 3 2 65183 Botany Prancer nwtd J McInerney 10 64856 Wandy Pam nwtd D Kingston 3 61176 Wise Wonder 18.40 Casey&Fagan JOHN AND MAY WILSON MEMORIAL 4 4 13264 Bugsy Bangles 18.45 B Shaw 4:50 PM STAKES $3200, c4, 545m 5 28817 Iona Haka 18.48 J McInerney 1 62786 Adulterous 32.68 1 6 21111 Ronrose Hill 18.46 C Roberts M&J Hill 3 2 5518X Pindari 33.04 J&D Fahey 7 57613 Sosan 18.45 C Roberts 2 3 41115 Opawa No Ear 32.69 2 8 67881 Opawa Casper nwtd J&D Fahey Lane&Wales 4 86245 Banbit nwtd B Shaw 9 63547 Homebush Sarge 18.41 J McInerney 5 72667 Homebush Iris 32.33 J McInerney 10 15846 Charlie’s Choice nwtd R H Adcock
DOUBLES TREBLES QUADDIE FIRST 4 PICK 6
1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 8-9-10 7-8-9-10 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 5-10 $50,000
Track Information Type: All weather; Direction: Left-handed; Length: 1497m; Weather: Partly cloudy 4:52 PM
9 MID CANTY TROTTING OWNERS HCP PACE
$12,000, 4yo+ 5+ wins spechcp, 2400m
1 1111X Adore Me (1) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 1 2 21665 Cam Before The Storm (2) TButt A Butt 3 67508 Givethejobtobarnsy (3) JVersteegJ Versteeg 4 089X4 Buy Chevron Direct (4) T&GChmiel T Chmiel 5 2072X Ardghal (5) STritton L Panella (J) 4 6 444X5 Smiling Star (1) RHolmes R Holmes D Dunn THE PRES ASHBURTON FLYING MILE FFA 7 96394 Phantom Grin (2) RDunn 4:17 PM 8 2397X Jackaroo Bromac (3) S Tritton M Jones MOB TROT $30,000, 6+ wins, 1609m 9 0X447 Kiwi Ideal (4) Reid/McMullan T Mitchell 1 91300 Sovereignty (1) G&NHope R Holmes 10 967X7 Hurricane Bromac (5) RDunn G Smith 4 2 12003 Peak (2) TButt A Butt 2 11 57X12 Beach Bunny (6) BHill R May A 3 1000X Pink Diamond (3) C Middleton C Middleton 12 5531X Glencoe V C (1) G&NHope G O'Reilly FULTON HOGAN MOBILE PACE 12:52 PM 1 4 19X47 Flying Isa (4) John & Joshua Dickie J I Dickie 3 13 12238 Mach Banner (1) RDunn J Dunn $10,000, 3yo+ 1 win, 2400m 5 1320X King Charlie (5) NMcGrath N McGrath ASHCLUBLIQUORCENTREHCPPACE $11,000, 1 21540 Bettor Fella (1) KDixon J Anderson (J) 3 6 1X905 Stig (6) PNairn D Butt 5:27 PM 3yo+ 3-4 wins spechcp, 2400m 2 521X4 Major Moment (2) PBurrows G Smith 7 2X236 Dr Hook (7) PNairn J Curtin 3 X4534 Alta Mario (3) LDriver R Holmes 1 1 4X431 Isaiah (1) Purdon/Rasmussen N Rasmussen 8 88583 King Of Strathfield (8) G Dunn G O'Reilly 3 4 12 Burning Ambition (4) BHill R May 2 2231X Franco Nattai (2) BCusdin B Cusdin Jag’s Invasion (9) PWilliamsonM Williamson 2 5 1X152 Bio Marinus (5) Purdon/Rasmussen 3 Helena Jet SCRATCHED 9 11110 Barrier 6 4418X Top Brass (6) WStevenson G O'Reilly 4 11941 Franco Tiago (3) BWaldron C D Thornley A Clark FFA PACE $60,000, 8+ wins, 2400m 10 15444 The Fiery Ginga (21) AClark 7 1467P Hit The Spot (7) SAdlam S Ottley (J) 4 5 21136 Safedra (u1) CDalgety D Dunn 11 43372 Burano (22) K Townley D Dunn MORRISON’S SADDLERY/ZILCO NZ HCP TROT 1 8 40X1X Crackaheiny (8) RDunn J Dunn 2:37 PM 1 31116 Suave Stuey Lombo (1) STritton L Panella (J) 6 3121X Classiesistar (1) NMcGrath N McGrath 2 12 2X832 Escapee (23) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 9 1571X Surfin Swift (9) R Dunn D Dunn $10,000, 4yo+ 1-2 wins discrhcp, 2400m 2 0X745 Choise Achiever (2) TButt 3 7 11113 Bettor Rock On (2) BHill M Jones R May Barrier 1 711X Kincaslough (1) CEdmonds J Dunn 3 7X776 Mah Sish (3) TButt A Butt 13 46X61 Quality Invasion (24) BGraham G Archer 8 618X2 Franco Nelson (3) RDunn J Dunn 14 Uncas SCRATCHED 9 X3316 Greenburn Creek (4) TButt 10 X0950 Riverboat Princess (21) LSmart R Close (J) 2 97X60 Tarn (2) MEdmonds 2 4 11X11 Christen Me (4) CDalgety J Anderson (J) D Dunn A Butt C DeFilippi 4 11 X1043 Raesawinner (u1) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 3 3 07062 Yelande (u1) Purdon/Rasmussen 2 10 1114X All Star Man (5) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon A Kyle 5 31254 Four Starzzz Flash (5) CDalgetyM Williamson 15 63X20 Clover Don (25) C&JDeFilippi 1 209X2 The Bog (1) NMcGrath 4 N McGrath 2 1490X Astrapi (2) MJones M Jones 3 59950 Continental Halo (3) MEdmondsJ Anderson (J) 4 35347 Midfrew Medusa (4) PBurrows B Thomas (J) 5 470X1 Kaizen (u1) MEdmonds M Edmonds 2 6 X7688 Trouble Whiz (u2) LDriver R Holmes 3 7 16X63 All Shook Up (1) GSmith G Smith 8 212X0 Dwindle Mist (2) PWilliamson M Williamson 1 9 31D42 Regal Petite (u1) C&JDeFilippi S Ottley (J)
6 21X22 Terror To Love (6) GCourt 1 R May 7 11X81 Jimmy Johnstone (7) JHay J Hay 4 8 X4133 Franco Ledger (8) HHunter C DeFilippi 3 9 48X62 Fly Like An Eagle (u1) Purdon/Rasmussen M Purdon 10 80X43 Sleepy Tripp (u2) RDunn J Dunn
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Friday, October 25, 2013
Tony Brown ‘home’
Big match for ex-pats BY JONATHAN LEASK
Mid Canterbury rugby products Tim Perry and Gary Redmond play in one of the biggest games of their careers tonight as the Tasman Makos take on Hawke’s Bay in the ITM Cup championship final at Trafalgar Park. Perry made his Super Rugby debut earlier this season with the Blues and got to pack down against the All Black-laden Crusaders front row, but this provincial final with promotion to the premiership at stake is pretty big. It will be Perry’s first national
provincial final, after what was his first semi-final win in which they dispatched Southland 49-28 last week in Blenheim. Perry’s first semi-final in the national competition was for Mid Canterbury in 2010, a loss to North Otago, and last year Tasman went down to Otago in the championship semifinals. Makos captain Shane Christie is back to full fitness for the final after being forced out of last Saturday’s semi-final against Southland with concussion. Christie’s return bumps Mid Canterbury product Gary Redmond, Perry’s Harlequins club-mate
and flatmate, out of the number 7 jersey to the blindside flank. Redmond was on the bench in the semi-final last year but in Christie’s absence he took his chance with a strong showing against Southland to earn a starting spot in the final against Hawkes Bay. The last time the sides met on September 22, Tasman held off Hawkes Bay to win 18-9 at Nelson’s Trafalgar Park. Following the final Perry has some decision making to do with the Super rugby squad deadline fast approaching.
All Blacks a boost for Canterbury’s chances Backs Tom Taylor and Colin Slade return to bolster Canterbury for their ITM Cup final in Wellington on Saturday night. Taylor returns from All Blacks duty to start at fullback, with first-five Slade returning
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to the reserves bench from a knee injury suffered in Canterbury’s regular season defeat to Wellington. The forward pack remains unchanged to that which laid the foundation for Canterbury’s
semi-final victory over Auckland last weekend. Canterbury will need all the reinforcements they can get to beat Wellington and win their sixth title in a row. Wellington comfortably beat Counties-Manukau in their semi.
In Canterbury’s favour is a strong bench including Slade, new All Blacks lock Dominic Bird, prop Paea Fa’anunu and halfback Willi Heinz. Replacement loosie Jordan Taufua has also been impressive. - APNZ
In his heart this is where Tony Brown wants to be. Brown was officially named as a Highlanders assistant coach yesterday, and will join as the side’s attack coach. Brown has just finished his second year as Otago coach, and will continue on in that role next year, as well as his new position. Brown, 38, said in the end it was not a hard choice in accepting the role with the Highlanders. “It was an easy decision. This is where my heart is. With the Highlanders and Otago. I want to help and I think I can,” Brown said. - APNZ
1st XI on a roll The Ashburton College boys’ 1st XI will look to build on a strong start to the Canterbury Schools 1st XI two day cricket competition when they travel to meet Christchurch Boys’ High 3rd XI tomorrow. College got the second half of their season of to a good start with a win over Southwest in Ashburton last Saturday. After the first day was washed out, both teams decided to forfeit the first innings in search of an outright result. College’s attack bowled Southwest for 85, led by Jack Meyrick, who bowled 18 overs for 3/21. In reply the Ashburton College boys got off to a great start through Tom Dudley (17) and Jordy Scott-Wells (27). Kirk Chettleburgh hit three sixes off the last three balls to give College a win by 8 wickets.
Friday, October 25, 2013
Third straight loss A three-game losing streak should leave Breakers’ fans sullen but some will have a spring in their step after what they saw last night. The defending champions dropped to 1-3 on the new season, losing three straight for the first time since after being edged 96-89 by old rivals Perth on the North Shore. The Breakers came into the contest without a home loss in more than 12 months but, throughout that year, they had never encountered a player like James Ennis. The NBA draft pick lived up to his billing and enhanced his impressive scoring average. - APNZ
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Whetton a Brumbie The Brumbies have added three players to their roster for the 2014 Super Rugby season, with Lionel Cronje, Conrad Hoffmann and Jack Whetton, all moving to Australia’s capital in the coming weeks. SAt 2m tall, second-rower Whetton, 21, becomes the Brumbies’ third line-out jumper to break the 1.99m barrier. Whetton’s father Gary represented the All Blacks on more than 50 occasions. Jack Whetton has spent two seasons in New Zealand’s ITM Cup, first with Northland and then Auckland. - AAP
Mid Canterbury 1 Tokulua Tolu, 2 James Carr, 3 Simon Fleetwood, 4 Grant Polson, 5 Andrew Smith, 6 Kody Nordquist, 7 Tavita Ula, 8 Jon Dampney ©, 9 Will Mackenzie, 10 Murray Williams, 11 Willie McGoon, 12 Peni Manumanuniliwa, 13 Dwayne Burrows, 14 Johannes Lambrechts, 15 Richard Catherwood. Reserves: 16 Kameka Reti, 17 Logan Bonnington, 18 Mark Andrew, 19 Seta Koroitamana, 20 Davie Maw, 21 Nete Caucau, 22 Josh Nonu.
Ferns thump Malawi Job done then. It was never expected to be close and it certainly wasn’t as the Silver Ferns eased past Malawi in the first test in Wellington last with a 70-32 win. The Ferns, who were smarting from their recent 4-1 Constellation Cup drubbing at the hands of Australia, wanted to come to the TSB Bank Arena and make a statement against the world No 5. They didn’t do it in spectacular fashion but they steadily improved throughout the contest as they eventually cruised past the Queens. - APNZ
Haque ton saves Bangas Mominul Haque reached his second test ton with a firm punch over the bowler’s head which eluded both mid-off and mid-on last night, an impressive innings in a promising start to his Test career. The Bangladeshis were 212 for two in their second innings as drinks were taken, leading by 57 after the Black Caps had scored 437 in their first innings. Bangladesh has eight wickets in hand, late on day four of the second test. The first test ended in a draw.
KO video goes viral After an unprecedented amateur career, Lydia Ko marked her move to the professional ranks in appropriately unique fashion. The video of Israel Dagg pestering the 16-year-old about her professional status while playing a round at Gulf Harbour was a project shrouded in secrecy and has now made headlines right around the world. There was a certain serendipity to how the video came together, with Dagg and Ko set to feature this summer in New Zealand Golf’s new ‘Love Golf’ campaign and booked to film at Gulf Harbour on Monday. - APNZ
The final hurdle
Mid Canterbury’s Dwayne Burrows looks to slide between two West Coast defenders, and team-mate Johannes Lambrechts, during the Meads Cup semi-ﬁnal last week at the Ashburton Showgrounds. PHOTO TETSURO MITOMO 191013-TM-246
BY JONATHAN LEASK
The only thing standing between Mid Canterbury and the Meads Cup is the only team to have beaten them in the Heartland Rugby Championship. North Otago come up the road to Ashburton for the Meads Cup final tomorrow with seven wins in a row behind them, including the psychological advantage of a 19-18 win over Mid Canterbury on September 14. “It doesn’t really matter too much what happened then because we have progressed so much since then it’s not worth looking back,” coach Glenn Moore said. Both sides have changed and improved so much since that Saturday in September, however, the match does provide some insight into what they can expect from the Old Golds. A fierce battle upfront.
Luckily they had a good hit out against the West Coast in a semi-final win best described as a great escape last week, and Moore hopes they can get the job done again, albeit slightly earlier. “We have to start well and be accurate with the things that we do. “When we create an opportunity we have to put it away. “It had been something we had been able to do in the weeks previous to the semi-final, but I don’t know if we had a lapse in concentration or what but we can’t afford to be doing that this week.” Last time around the key moment came early when North Otago scooped up a dropped pass and ran 80m for a try, the rest they left up to the boot of Ed Keohane. Mid Canterbury was without regular first-five and goal
kicker Murray Williams on that occasion - and goal-kicking also proved costly with Josh Nonu thrown in the deep-end. “Josh hadn’t kicked much all year and was thrown the job because of injuries to other potential kickers. “Murray will be there and it’s great to have a guy who can slot them from anywhere, but we know they have a handy kicker too.” Keohane was also a key factor in North Otago’s semi-final win over Wairarapa Bush. They led 31-12 at halftime and it finished up six tries apiece, but Keohane landed all six conversions and two penalty goals. After Mid Canterbury’s bruising encounter with the Coasters there were a few niggles floating around, but Moore expected to run out the same starting XV for the final, hop-
ing to exact revenge on North Otago in the one that matters. The other thing Moore was expecting was a bumper turnout from the local faithful ready to cheer their team on at home, the best place to be for a final. “It’s always good to be at home.” Mid Canterbury has lost both their two previous Meads Cup finals away from the Showgrounds, losing to Wanganui in Wanganui in 2008 and then to Wanganui in Christchurch, however, historically they have won both finals at the Showgrounds in 1994 and 1998 in the old third division. North Otago knows a thing or two about home ground advantage. They will also play in their third Meads Cup final and have a 100 per cent record, beating Wanganui in 2007 and 2010 both times in Oamaru.
England test ‘must win’ for All Blacks BY WYNNE GRAY Aaron Cruden’s crosskick to instigate a try, Israel Dagg’s timing from fullback, Ma’a Nonu’s scattering charges - all wonderful parts of the All Blacks’ attacking collection. Those skills have become familiar to observers as the team continues to attack and search
for space. Rugby’s basics remain the same although grounds have improved as markedly as players’ fitness, skills and philosophy. We thrill to the sort of rugby the All Blacks and Springboks produced at Ellis Park as they attacked throughout the setpiece, breakdowns and open field confrontations.
Those who wondered about the tight five and their ability to withstand repeated bouts of ferocity got an answer in Johannesburg as the All Blacks absorbed the Bok inquisition and then slammed the door on their hosts’ fingers. For all the marketing and development ideas about the upcoming tour to Japan and
Europe, the main event will be the test against England on November 16. Defeat against France or a historic loss to Ireland would be painful but nothing like such a result at Twickenham. All eyes in November will be on the old cabbage patch where the All Blacks rotted last year. - NZH
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Tennis juniors out in force By Jonathan Leask
The Ashburton Trust Junior Tennis Open has 153 players from across the South Island converging on the Ashburton Trust Tennis Centre this weekend. Players from Invercargill, Nelson and everywhere in between have signed up to make it the biggest tournament since tournament organiser Chris Anderson has been with Mid Canterbury tennis. To alleviate over-crowded draws in some age-groups, par-
ticularly the boys’ 10s and 12s, Anderson introduced 11s and 8/9s, but the boys’ 12s and 14s singles have still drawn the biggest number of entries with 27 in each draw. In the 12s the top-seeded local is Sam Bubb the seventh seed, with West Melton’s Jeroen Breunisse the number one, while in the 14s James Watt is seeded eighth and Christchurch’s Dylan Heap is the top seed. Edwin Dargue heads the 11 boys’ entries and in the 8/9 boys’ singles Tyler Leonard
is seed number two and Harry Dargue at three, with the pair to join forces in the doubles. In the 16 girls Ashleigh Leonard, who made a winning debut in the Christchurch premier women’s competition last week, is seeded number two behind Oamaru’s Rebecca Dellaway. Tessa McCann is seeded fifth in the 12 girls with Sophie Ness the sixth seed. “It’s absolutely huge and the fingers are crossed for fine weather and not too much wind,” Anderson said.
Equestrienne in a hurry Ashburton’s Susie Hayward is in for a busy weekend of show jumping. Hayward and Andretti have made the mad dash north to compete in the opening round of the Bayer World Cup New Zealand Series at the Hawke’s Bay A and show in Hastings today and are down to compete at Showjumping Canterbury’s Labour Weekend One-Star Jumping Carnival. After competing at the first of seven rounds in the New Zealand World Cup qualifiers, Hayward will travel back south to line up against a stiff line-up in Monday’s One Star Horse Grand Prix in Christchurch. The Pony Grand Prix promises some real action with a strong field of 15 of the South Island’s leading pony riders looking for vital points.
Final berths for T20 comp still wide open By Jonathan Leask
Mid Canterbury senior cricket’s Twenty20 competition heats up tomorrow, with four teams in the race for the final. The top two teams after tomorrow will square off a week later in the final, a match that
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has so far always featured the Tech Sharks, and been won by them all five times. This year they are in danger of missing out. Allenton is unbeaten from their three completed matches in the competition thus far, with their match against the Sharks rained off in week one, to be on
top of the table on 10 points. Coldstream won both off their match-ups last week to be on seven points while the five-time defending champion Sharks and the Tech Stags are both on four points. In round five Allenton clash with Coldstream before they both have the bye in the final
round, so the winner of that game will be assured a berth in the final. The Sharks have the winless Methven and the Stags meet Lauriston before the Tech sides swap opponents for the final round, with both Tech sides chasing the two wins for a shot at the final.
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Classy line-up on show Next weekend the National Equestrian Centre at McLeans Island hosts the ESNZ Eventing National Event Championships. While the event lacks some of the country’s biggest names it still promises some top class action. A small North Island contingent is confirmed to make the trip south. In total, more than 130 riders from throughout New Zealand will compete across two days of action. Dressage and show jumping will take place on Saturday (November 2) with the cross country on Sunday (November 3). In the CIC2* will be tough with a small but quality field of 10 entered, including Ashburton’s Madison Crowe on Brogan and Larissa Srhoy (Loburn) on Smirnoff. It is the first time the National One Day Event Championships have been held in the South Island, since it was hosted by the Ashburton Area at Surrey Hills in the mid-1990s.
Juniors crash out The Junior All Whites have ended their under-17 World Cup campaign with a third defeat after going down to Ivory Coast 3-0 in Abu Dhabi. Moussa Bakayoko scored a double for Ivory Coast, with a goal in each half, while Meite Yakou netted his team’s third three minutes before fulltime. New Zealand went down to 10 men in just the 34th minute when Nick Forrester received his second yellow card of the match. The Ivory Coast dominated most of the match, enjoying more than 70 percent possession with 32 attempts at goal. In comparison New Zealand just had two shots at goal. The defeat means New Zealand finishes bottom of group B following losses to Uruguay and Italy. - HOL
Dream job for Hicks
Top ride scores a chocolate fish Jamie Smitheram is followed down the track by Bailey Kershaw in the first race of the summer series Mid Canterbury Mountain Bike Club’s chocolate fish race on Tuesday night.
The up and coming 16-yearold Smitheram took out the race in 24.06.21 as his power riding was too strong for Dell Phillips who came home a close second with another newcomer
to the sport, Brian Goodes, finished third. Heavy rain in the lead up to the race meant the normal track was out of use, forcing race organisers to change to an out
and back course. With 20 riders starting the race, the club is looking forward to the next race on Tuesday and welcomes new riders to turn up and ride the track at their leisure.
Jason Hicks was yesterday coming to terms with the fact that he was no longer a plumber and would be plying his trade as a professional footballer for the next two years at least. The 23-year-old midfielder, who was born in the English county of Kent and came through the ranks in New Zealand with East Coast Bays, Waikato and Auckland City, has landed a two-year contract with the Wellington Phoenix. “It has all happened very quickly; one minute I was working as a plumber and a week later I am a pro footballer,” Hicks said. - APNZ
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Saturday 9.00am - 12.00noon ASHBURTON DISTRICT FARMERS MARKET. Weekly farm fresh produce, plants, coffee, food and more. North end of the West Street car park.
9.30am - 11.30pm ST ANDREWS ANGLICAN CHURCH. Drop in centre, St Andrews Anglican Church hall, cnr Thomson and Jane Street Tinwald. 10.00am METHVEN HERITAGE CENTRE. New Zealand Alpine and Agriculture 9.30am - 12.30pm ASHBURTON TOY LIBRARY. Open today. New members always welcome. Methodist Church hall, Baring Square East. 10.00am METHVEN HERITAGE CENTRE. New Zealand Alpine and Agriculture Encounter, interactive fun for all ages. Art
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1.00pm - 3.00pm ASHBURTON AVIATION MUSEUM. Classic aircraft on display. Ashburton Airport, Seafield Road.
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1.30pm ARTHRITIS GET TOGETHER. Meeting, Trevor Wilson Centre, Tancred 10.00am - 3.00pm ASHBURTON AVIATON MUSEUM. Classic aircraft on display including DC3. Ashburton Airport, Seafield Road.
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ARIES (MAR 21 – APR 20) Attitude is everything, with the Sun and Neptune not only working together, but in a way that is going to inspire your imagination and your perception. TAURUS (APR 20 – MAY 21) In the Sun’s early days in your relationship sector the Moon is stirring things up, with a chance to clear the air and give emotional responses a voice. GEMINI (MAY 21 – JUNE 22) You’ve got a mix of hindsight and foresight to draw on, with the doors open to both new opportunities and second chances on the work front. CANCER (JUNE 22 – JULY 24) There is a real need to slow down, smell the coffee, gain an appreciation for the small things in life and the power that staying in the moment gives you. LEO (JULY 24 – AUG 23) There is an increasing need for time out and for those quiet moments where you can shut out all the outside noise and hear yourself think. VIRGO (AUG 23 – SEP 23) Work to give the past and unsaid words a voice, while avoiding a lot of the misunderstandings and mixed messages that often go with this. LIBRA (SEP 23 – OCT 23) With the doors about to open to second chances on the income, work and career fronts at the same time, dare to believe that anything is possible. SCORPIO (OCT 23 – NOV 24) You could never keep up the pace of recent months, with the key now to staying on track being to find the right balance between work and play. SAGITTARIUS (NOV 24 – DEC 21) The Sun and Neptune are working in cahoots, working to make your home a place of refuge and sanctuary, where you can hear yourself think. CAPRICORN (DEC 21 – JAN 20) A few moments taken to ensure you’re on the same page as others and there are no misunderstandings will save backtracking later down the track. AQUARIUS (JAN 20 – FEB 19) The Moon’s return to your work sector will trigger some lucky hunches, but also a better sense of whether and when to hold back or push forward. PISCES (FEB 19 – MAR 20) There is a triad of forces in play today that will be making it extremely hard to keep your professional hat on, which is why you shouldn’t try.
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FZL: Lowering to 1400m
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9:18 3:31 9:44 3:51 10:10 4:26 10:39 4:43 11:02 5:18 11:30 The times shown are for the Ashburton River mouth. For the Rangitata river mouth subtract 16 minutes and for the Rakaia river mouth subtract 6 minutes.
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Selwyn Whitecliffs (NIWA) at 2:00 pm, yesterday
Rakaia Fighting Hill (NIWA) at 12:00 pm, yesterday 480.7 Nth Ashburton at 2:00 pm, yesterday
Sth Ashburton at 2:00 pm, yesterday
Rangitata Klondyke at 2:00 pm, yesterday
Waitaki Kurow at 2:00 pm, yesterday
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Palmerston North showers
Forecasts for today
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overnight max low
Rain about the divide, heavy with possibly squally thunderstorms and hail at first. A few showers further E, clearing in the afternoon. Snow lowering to 1000m in the morning. Wind at 1000m: Strong NW, gusting 70 km/h. Wind at 2000m: Severe gale NW 100 km/h. .
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Rain and snow, turning to snow showers, becoming confined to the divide. NW dying out at low levels and tending W 30 km/h about the tops. Freezing level falling further.
Mainly fine with light winds, northeasterlies about the coast.
fine rain showers cloudy showers fine fine drizzle fine rain thunder fine rain rain cloudy
Rain with heavy falls about the divide, scattered falls further east. Snow to 1000m. Wind at 1000m: NW rising to severe gale 90 km/h gusting to 110, easing at night. Wind at 2000m: NW rising to severe gale 110 km/h, easing a little at night.
High cloud clearing later, and strong or gale northwest winds dying out. Brief southerlies and a few showers from evening.
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Canterbury High Country
Fine, apart from areas of morning cloud. Strong northwesterlies, gale gusting 70 km/h in exposed places.
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Friday, 25 October 2013
A strong disturbed westerly flow covers the country but eases on Monday as a high advancing across the Tasman Sea extends a ridge onto northern New Zealand. Meanwhile, westerlies continue in the south. Little change is expected on Tuesday.
Ashburton Airport Temperature °C At 4pm 26.4 26.4 Max to 4pm 8.4 Minimum 5.4 Grass minimum Rainfall mm 0.2 16hr to 4pm October to date 58.0 Avg Oct to date 46 2013 to date 714.4 559 Avg year to date Wind km/h NW 39 At 4pm Strongest gust N 80 Time of gust 10:58am
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6am Breakfast 9am Good Morning 10am Ellen 3 0 11am Coach Trip PGR 3 0 11:30 Infomercials Noon One News 0 12:30 Emmerdale PGR Rishi is pleased; Gennie is counting on Bob; Charity is awkward. 0 1:30 Come Dine With Me 3 A daily lifestyle show that sees five very different people competing to be named the ultimate dinner party host. 2pm May The Best House Win 3pm Dickinson’s Real Deal 3:55 Te Karere 2 0 4:25 Ellen With guest Pamela Anderson. 5:25 Millionaire – Hot Seat Hosted by Eddie McGuire. 0 6pm One News 0 7pm Seven Sharp 0 7:30 Coronation Street Sally and Frank are exposed; Tina schemes; Kevin confronts Frank. 0 8:30 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces 0 9:30 Location, Location, Location 0 10:35 One News Tonight 0
6am Creflo Dollar 6:30 Buzzy Bee And Friends 3 0 6:35 Tiki Tour 3 0 7am Stitch! 3 0 7:25 The Penguins Of Madagascar 3 0 7:50 Slugterra 0 8:15 Franklin 3 0 8:40 Mike The Knight 3 0 8:50 Fireman Sam 3 0 9am Infomercials 11am Neighbours 3 0 11:30 Home And Away 3 0 Noon Shortland Street PGR 3 0 12:30 Two And A Half Men AO 3 0 1pm Jeremy Kyle 2pm Bethenny 3pm F Melissa And Joey 3 0 3:29 Angry Birds Toons 3 0 3:30 SpongeBob SquarePants 3 0 4pm Lab Rats 4:30 The Erin Simpson Show 4:59 Horace In Slow Motion 3 5pm America’s Funniest Home Videos 3 0 5:30 Home And Away 0 6pm Friends 3 0 6:30 Neighbours 0 7pm The Big Bang Theory PGR 3 0 7:30 The Middle 0 8pm $#*! My Dad Says PGR 3 0 8:30 The Big Bang Theory PGR 3 0 9pm Happy Endings AO 0 9:30 Hell’s Kitchen AO 0 10:30 The Bachelorette 0
6am 3 News – Firstline 8:30 Infomercials 10:30 The Shopping Channel 11:30 Entertainment Tonight 3 Noon 3 News 12:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 30 1pm Dr Phil AO A woman’s former boyfriend is accused of murder, and she blames herself for his actions. 2pm The Dr Oz Show PGR 3 3pm Queer Eye For The Straight Guy PGR The Fab Five help New York City firefighter who was seriously burned in a 2002 fire. 3:55 Rachael Ray 4:55 Entertainment Tonight 5:25 Celebrity MasterChef PGR The contest for a place in the final eight reaches its climax. 6pm 3 News 7pm Campbell Live 7:30 The X Factor USA 8:30 N The Graham Norton Show AO Graham’s guests include Hollywood star Harrison Ford, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, comedian Jack Whitehall and James Blunt. 9:30 7 Days AO 10pm Jono and Ben at Ten AO 10:35 Nightline
6am Sesame Street 3 6:55 Pingu 3 7am Sticky TV 3 7:30 Beyblade – Metal Fury 3 7:55 The Winx Club 3 8:20 Chuggington 3 8:30 Raa Raa The Noisy Lion 3 8:40 Ready, Steady, Wiggles 8:50 Bob The Builder 3 9:05 Thomas And Friends 9:15 Peppa Pig 3 9:25 Wonder Pets 3 9:50 Humf 3 9:55 Infomercials 2pm Sesame Street 3 2:55 Peppa Pig 3 3pm Sticky TV Featuring – Go, Diego, Go! and Monsuno. 4:30 Four Live 6pm Sabrina – The Teenage Witch 3 0 6:30 Everybody Hates Chris 3 0 7pm The Simpsons PGR 3 0 7:30 American Ninja Warrior 8:30 M 28 Days Later AO 2002 Sci-fi Horror. A courier awakes from a coma to discover London deserted and in the grips of a psychological crisis where killers walk the streets. Christopher Eccleston, Brendan Gleeson, Cillian Murphy. 0
11:05 Benidorm AO 3 0 11:35 Enlightened AO 3 0 12:05 Harry’s Law PGR 3 0 1:05 Te Karere 3 2 0 1:30 Infomercials
12:25 The Cult 3 0 1:25 Infomercials 2:25 Fringe AO 3 0 4am Chuck AO 3 0 4:50 Who Dares Wins PGR 3 0 5:10 NZ Smashes Guinness World Records 3
11:15 The Big Game PGR Professional poker. 12:20 In Plain Sight AO Mary counsels a divorcing couple to keep their family safe. 1:15 Chaos AO 2:10 Infomercials
11pm The Glades AO 3 11:55 Excused AO Dating show in which singles looking for love try to win dates before being eliminated from contention. 12:20 Infomercials
CHOICE TV 6am Benny Hinn 6:30 Cheese Slices 7:30 Return To River Cottage 8am Sicily With Aldo And Enzo 8:30 Taste 9:30 Yard Crashers 10am The Home Show 11am Auction Room 11:30 Gourmet Farmer Noon Cheese Slices 12:30 Return To River Cottage 1pm Hairy Bikers’ Mum Knows Best 1:30 Days Of Our Lives PGR 2:30 Hairy Bikers’ Best Of British 3:30 Food Factory 4pm Madhur Jaffrey’s Curry Nation 4:30 Pioneer Woman 5pm Fantasy Homes By The Sea 6pm Wildlife Warrior 6:30 House Crashers 7pm American Restoration Mike and Frank travel the country looking for antique gold. 7:30 Relocation, Relocation Professional property experts Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer scour the country on behalf of house-hunters. 8:30 Better Homes And Gardens 10pm Gardeners’ World 10:30 Mr Sunshine PGR 11pm American Restoration 11:30 Hairy Bikers’ Best Of British
12:30 Benny Hinn 1am Food Factory 1:30 Mr Sunshine AO 2am Relocation, Relocation, Relocation 3am Fantasy Homes By The Sea 4am Wildlife Warriors 4:30 House Crashers 5am Dream Jobs PGR 5:30 Madhur Jaffrey’s Curry Nation
SKY SPORT 1
6:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 7am Deal Or No Deal 3 7:30 Home Shopping Noon The Doctors PGR 1pm The Jeff Probst Show 1:55 Secret Millionaire UK PGR 3 Business tycoon Paul Ragan leaves his family and his lavish lifestyle to go undercover in Derby, visiting families whose children have had hardships he can barely comprehend. 3pm Recruits PGR 3 3:30 Nigella Bites 3 4pm The Late Show With David Letterman 3 5pm Deal Or No Deal 3 5:30 Prime News 6pm Deal Or No Deal 6:30 Millionaire – Hot Seat Hosted by Eddie McGuire.
6am Football – A-League (Highlights) Western Sydney Wanderers v Wellington Phoenix. 6:30 Inside The PGA Tour 7am Golf – US PGA Tour CIMB Classic – Round One, Last Two Hours. 9am Golf – European PGA Tour (Highlights) BMW Masters – Round One. 9:30 Netball – International (Replay) Silver Ferns v Malawi Queens – Game One. 11:30 The Netball Zone Noon Re:Union (Replay) 1pm L Baseball – MLB World Series Game Two – Boston v St Louis. From Fenway Park, Boston. 4:30 Rugby – ITM Cup (Highlights) 5pm Rugby – ITM Cup (Highlights) 5:30 Rugby – ITM Cup Week 6pm Re:Union (Replay)
7pm The Crowd Goes Wild 7:30 Our Queen An insider’s view of the modern monarchy. 8:30 Hugh’s Three Good Things Hugh highlights the versatility of venison to his guests. 9pm Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course 9:35 Elementary AO 3 10:30 Rugby – ITM Cup (Delayed) Championship Final – Tasman v Hawke’s Bay.
7pm L Rugby – ITM Cup Championship Final – Tasman v Hawke’s Bay. From Trafalgar Park, Nelson. 10pm The Crowd Goes Wild An irreverent daily sports and entertainment show. 10:30 L Basketball – NBL Cairns Taipans v Adelaide 36ers. From Cairns Convention Centre.
12:30 Home Shopping 1:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 3 2am Home Shopping
1:30 The Ultimate Fighter 1:30 The Crowd Goes Wild 2am Football – A-League (Replay) Melbourne Victory v Brisbane Roar. From AAMI Stadium, Melbourne. 4am Basketball – NBL (Replay) New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildcats.
MAORI TV 10:30 Korero Mai 3 2 11am Toku Reo 3 Noon Korero Mai 3 2 1pm Toku Reo 3 2pm Korero Mai 3 2 3pm Kete Aronui 3 3:30 Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch 3 4pm Pukoro 3 2 4:30 Phunk Nation PGR 3 5pm Toi Whakaari 3 2 5:30 Te Kaea 2 6pm Nga Pari Karangaranga O Te Motu 3
THE BOX 6am NYPD Blue MVLS 6:50 The Simpsons PG 7:15 Pawn Stars PG 7:40 America’s Funniest Home Videos PG 8:05 My Name Is Earl M 8:30 My Name Is Earl M 8:55 The Pretender PG 9:45 Top 20 Countdown M 10:35 CSI – Miami MV 11:25 Most Shocking M 12:15 Modern Family PGL 12:40 Top 20 Countdown M 1:30 NYPD Blue MVLS 2:20 My Name Is Earl M 2:45 My Name Is Earl M 3:10 The Pretender PG 4pm Pawn Stars PG 4:30 The Simpsons PG 5pm Most Shocking M 6pm America’s Funniest Home Videos PG 6:30 The Simpsons PG 7pm Pawn Stars PG 7:30 CSI – Miami MV 8:30 Criminal Minds 16VS 9:30 SVU MV 10:30 Law And Order MV 11:30 CSI – Miami MV
12:30 The Pretender PG 1:20 My Name Is Earl M 2:10 NYPD Blue MVLS 3:05 Criminal Minds 16VS 3:55 SVU MV 4:45 The Pretender PG 5:35 America’s Funniest Home Videos PG
SKY SPORT 2 6:30 Ako 3 7pm Te Kaea 3 2 7:30 Tribe PGR A music video series with clips from Aotearoa and around the world. 8pm Whanau Factor 8:30 My Country Song 3 9:30 Survive Aotearoa PGR 3 10:30 Pumanawa – Celebrating Maori In Business 11pm Te Kaea 3 2 11:30 Closedown
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6am Destroyed In Seconds PG 6:30 American Guns M 7:30 Man v Wild PG Jungle Survivor. 8:30 Deadliest Catch PG Get ‘em Back Safe! 9:30 Mythbusters PG Ninjas 2. 10:30 Forbidden M Animal Mad. 11:30 Gold Rush South America PG Guyanese Gold. 12:30 Disappeared M 1:30 Blood Relatives M 2:30 Abalone Wars PG 3:30 Sons Of Guns M 4:30 Deadliest Catch PG 5:30 Mythbusters PG 6:30 Mythbusters PG 7:30 Legends Of The Deep PG 8:30 Off The Hook – Extreme Catches PG 9pm Off The Hook – Extreme Catches PG 9:30 Deadliest Catch PG 10:30 River Monsters – The Deadliest PG 11:30 You Have Been Warned PG
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12:30 Auction Kings PG 1am Auction Hunters PG 1:30 Dirty Jobs PG 2:30 Dirty Jobs PG 3:30 Dirty Jobs PG 4:30 Dirty Jobs PG 5:30 Mythbusters PG
8am The Sessions MS 2012 Drama. John Hawkes, Helen Hunt. 9:35 Hansel And Gretel – Witch Hunters 16VL 2013 Action. Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton. 11:05 50/50 16LS 2011 Comedy Drama. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen. 12:45 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel PGLS 2011 Comedy. Judi Dench, Bill Nighy. 2:50 Sky Special – The Hobbit World Premiere PG 2012 3:20 Another Earth MVS 2011 Drama. Brit Marling, William Mapother. 4:55 Trespass 16VL 2011 Crime. Nicole Kidman, Nicolas Cage. 6:25 Snow White And The Huntsman MV 2012 Action. Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth. 8:30 21 Jump Street 16VLS 2012 Comedy. 10:25 Taken 2 MV 2012 Action.
Midnight Straw Dogs 18VS 2011 Thriller. 1:50 Trespass 16VL 2011 Crime. 3:20 Straw Dogs 18VS 2011 Thriller. 5:10 The Making Of Prometheus MV 5:25 Made… The Movie PG 2010 Comedy.
8:10 Unbreakable MV 2000 Thriller. Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson. 9:55 Speed MV 1994 Action. Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Dennis Hopper. 11:50 The Sixth Sense MV 1999 Thriller. Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, Toni Collette. 1:35 Braveheart 16V 1995 Historical Drama. Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau. 4:30 Jerry Maguire MLS 1996 Drama. Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger, Cuba Gooding jr. 6:45 16 Blocks MVL 2006 Crime Action. Bruce Willis, Mos Def. 8:30 Indecent Proposal AO 1993 Drama. Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Robert Redford. 10:30 Step Up PGV 2006 Drama. Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan.
6am Basketball – NBL (Replay) New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildcats. From the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland. 8am Cricket – International Bangladesh v New Zealand – Test Two, Day Four. Coverage of the last two hours of play from Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur. 10am Rugby – Bledisloe Cup (Replay) New Zealand v Australia. From Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin. Noon Basketball – NBL (Replay) New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildcats. From the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland. 2pm Heartland Rugby 3pm Total Rugby 3:25 Cricket – International (Highlights) Bangladesh v New Zealand – Test Two, Day Four. 3:55 L Cricket – International Bangladesh v New Zealand – Test Two, Day Five. Coverage of the morning session from Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur. 6:35 Basketball – NBL (Highlights) New Zealand Breakers v Perth Wildcats. From the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland. 7:05 L Cricket – International Bangladesh v New Zealand – Test Two, Day Five. Coverage of the afternoon session from Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur.
12:15 The Watcher 16VL 2000 Thriller. Marisa Tomei, Keanu Reeves, James Spader. 1:50 Jerry Maguire MLS 1996 Drama. Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger, Cuba Gooding jr. 4:05 16 Blocks MVL 2006 Crime Action. Bruce Willis, Mos Def. 5:50 Step Up PGV 2006 Drama. Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan.
Midnight Netball – International (Replay) Silver Ferns v Malawi Queens – Game One. 2am Multisport – Bintan Metaman Triathlon 3am The Crowd Goes Wild 3:30 Rugby – ITM Cup (Replay) Championship Final – Tasman v Hawke’s Bay.
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BY JONATHAN LEASK
Murray Williams has been a big influence in Mid Canterbury’s run to the Meads Cup final. The experienced first-five is relishing his season with the Hammers, and is looking to end it in the perfect fashion. “It’s been awesome. “I think I got a little stale playing club footy in Auckland and it’s been refreshing to come down here,” Williams said. “I’m just really enjoying my footy and want to do all I can for the team to win it.” Since he joined Mid Canterbury, they have won every Heartland rugby championship game that he has taken the field.
The only time Williams didn’t play this season, Mid Canterbury narrowly lost to their Meads Cup final opponents North Otago 18-19 in Oamaru. The North Otago loss had the Hammers launch a last gasp assault only to be pushed out in the corner looking for a matchwinning try. In last week’s semi-final against West Coast, Mid Canterbury was able to conjure up the last play try to snatch the win. “I felt all day if we held onto the ball we always had the chance of scoring, but I just knew it was important to get the kick-off straight away or they would have picked-and-go and held onto it until the end,” Williams said.
“I find the kick-offs down the middle quite hard to pull off so it’s nice it came off for us. “I knew if we could get the ball and hold on for a few phases we could create an opportunity.” They did just that, and fellow import player Willie McGoon raced up the sideline to score the match-winner. Helping to win games is the big expectation hanging over the imports, even someone who played for Japan at the Rugby World Cup. “The hardest thing is having that expectation. “Coming into the area and taking someone else’s spot, you’ve got a lot of expectation to perform, do well for the team
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and have some influence over the result.” Williams is based in Auckland where he was playing for Ponsonby after returning from a stint in Japan, and it was through his relationship with incoming assistant coach Grant Keenan that Mid Canterbury secured his services. “He coached me when I was a young kid at Ponsonby, and I caught up again with him when he coached me for a couple of years in Japan. “I had a couple of ITM Cup opportunities and I was trying to suss that out with work, but they couldn’t give me the three or four months off I needed. “I was quite keen to keep play-
ing rugby and I spoke to Grant about it and he asked if I was keen to play for Mid Canterbury. “I went back to work and said I know I asked for a few months off, but can I just have Fridays, and they said it was all good.” Williams has had to squeeze his work week to four days and commute from Auckland to don the green and gold strip, flying down each week to make Thursday night training. He did that for the final time this season last night as the team prepares for the biggest game of the season, one where Williams will hope to keep his unbeaten streak in the green-and-gold alive.
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