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FEBRUARY 12 - 2014


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 Up and coming West Melton harness racing driver Kimberly Butt, left, has been enjoying recent success. Kimberly, the 19-year-old daughter of well-known racing identity Anthony Butt, right, had already achieved six wins in five months prior to Christmas and added to her tally with a win at Motukarara recently

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 Molly Mackay Stewart from Rolleston displays her medal haul from the Colgate Games held recently in Timaru. Molly, who runs for the University Club, won a gold medal in the 800m, silver in the 400m and bronze in the relay in the 12-year old division.


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