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Hurricanes players helping with food preparation.

Future Hurricanes meet their idols By Jacob Beleski MASSEY JOURNALISM STUDENT

The Hurricanes family day gave supporters the chance to interact with their heroes at Waitangi Park on Saturday March 19. It was also a chance for the players to recognise the contribution of their fanatically passionate fan base. Fresh from an emphatic 41-6 win over the Western Force the night before, the players spent the morning signing autographs and taking photos with supporters of all ages. Fans were given the opportunity to test their rugby skills, and also to interact with the players in a variety of games and activities. The Super Soaker was extremely popular, with young fans getting the opportunity to soak the players including crowd favourites Beauden Barrett and TJ Perenara. Nine-year-old Hurricanes enthusiast Jayden Peer, from Miramar, was keen to give his opinion on the current Hurricanes team. “Julian Savea is my favourite, but I cried when Nehe (Milner-Skudder) hurt his arm last week.” Injured superstar Nehe recognised a shift in the team’s vibe after its nail-biting win over the Blues the previous weekend. “The boys took a lot of confidence from the way we held the Blues out at the end.”

The squad was relaxed and happily interacted with fans even though there were a few sore bodies from the encounter with the Force. Despite being ruled out for the Super Rugby season, Nehe appreciates the invaluable support they receive every week. “It’s awesome (to come here today), this is what it’s all about, to give a little bit back to the fans that support us every week.” Captain Dane Coles agreed: “Fans are what make rugby so special, it’s great to turn out for the kids and connect with fans. “It’s great to play for the kids and families every week.”

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Thursday March 24, 2016

SPORT

Sicily

Brooklyn Community Easter Market Saturday 26 March from 9:30am to 1pm Brooklyn Community Centre, 18 Harrison Street Great stalls and delicious food Details online: www. brooklyncommunitycentre.org.nz

Discerning small group travel with John Italian Citizen

The Best of ITALY

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Susan Williamson & John Percy www.travelitalyinstyle.com Ph 0800 387 872

ITALY Our regular clients choose to travel with us when “quality is better than quantity”! They thank us for immersing them in the real culture that the average traveller would never see. The age group of our ‘discerning’ travellers is generally 40’s to late 70’s, professional and like minded people - all wanting to experience something new have fun, relax and travel hassle free and at a gentle pace!

We have 44 years of accumulated knowledge, expertise and language skills enabling your travel experience to be memorable, travelling hassle free with no rush. Susan Williamson and John Percy (Italian Citizen)formed Etruscan Pleasures (Italia) Ltd 25 years ago. Etruscan Pleasures journeys to Italy, including Sicily, are designed for 8 to 14 travellers.

Worser Bay junior wows

Hurricanes star Ardie Savea interacts with fans.

A Worser Bay resident took out the lead at the 2016 Finn European Championships in Barcelona, Spain earlier this month. Josh Junior sat atop the leader board after finishing first in the fourth regatta on day three of the sailing

championships. Josh finished fourth overall in the championships, which ended on March 12. Other kiwis, Andrew Murdoch and Brendan McCarty finished 19th and 77th respectively in the championships.

BROOKLYN - MODERN 3-BEDROOM FAMILY HOME

BROOKLYN - CHARACTER HOME WITH SLEEPOUT

www.open2view.co.nz/364102 or www.harcourts.co.nz/WL23926

www.open2view.co.nz/364103 or www.harcourts.co.nz/WL23927

149 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn

149A Washington Avenue, Brooklyn

Open Home: Sunday 27th March 1.00pm to 2.00pm

AUCTION 4

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Open Home: Sunday 27th March 1.00pm to 2.00pm 3

AUCTION 1

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An opportunity to obtain an affordable Brooklyn home with views, flat section and the ability to add value and create capital growth. The home is currently tenanted and consists of a 1900’s character home with a separate one bedroom sleep out with separate bathroom. 4 Bedrooms - Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/ which opens to a North Facing Deck - Separate Living Room - Main Bathroom - Second Ensuite Bathroom in Sleepout/4th Bedroom - Floor area 95m2 - Land area 339m2 - Built 1900’s - Elevated Flat Partially Fenced Section .

A modern home built in the 1990’s to capture the views and sun. Located in the traditional suburb of Brooklyn the property is currently tenanted and has the potential to add value. Double Garage and North-west facing deck. - 3 Double Bedrooms - Large Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining/- Lounge which opens to a Deck - Main Bathroom with shower & bath - Separate toilet - Double Garage Plus 2 further Car pads - Floor area 133m2 - Land area 337m2 - Built 1990’s - Sloping section, partially fenced. - Views over Brooklyn & western hills.

For Sale by Auction at Noon on Friday 1st April 2016.

For Sale by Auction at Noon on Friday 1st April 2016.

For further information including VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mZtA5vhSHg 8-page brochure & interactive floor plan www.open2view.co.nz/364102 & www.harcourts.co.nz/WL23926 & www.stevefejos.co.nz

Steve Fejos M 0275 621 777 A/H 04 212 6772

For further information including VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SE9kQ_j5OYc 8-page brochure & interactive floor plan www.open2view.co.nz/364103 & www.harcourts.co.nz/WL23927 & www.stevefejos.co.nz

Steve Fejos M 0275 621 777 A/H 04 212 6772

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