Manukau Courier : February 17th 2011
16 MANUKAU COURIER, FEBRUARY 17, 2011 SPORT Visit our stores and receive FREE gifts throughout the year by buying selected Beer, RTDs, Spirits or Wine Receive AA Rewards throughout our stores No Trade Sales Specials valid whilst stocks last WITH 160 OUTLETS THROUGHOUT NZ The Liquor Centre Group NEW ZEALANDS LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN WOODSTOCK BOURBON & COLA 5% 330ml BTL 18 WOODSTOCK BOURBON & COLA 8% 320ml CAN 18 CODYS BOURBON & COLA 8% 250ml CAN 12 CRUISER 8% 250ml CAN 12 RANFURLY FRONTIER LAGER 330ml BTL 12 CARLSBERG 330ml BTL 15 BLACKHEART 1L SEAGERS 1L $28.99 $33.99 $19.99 $19.99 $16.99 $24.99 $33.99 $29.99 Otahuhu L.C. Otahuhu Caspar Road L.C. Papatoetoe Mangere Bridge L.C. Mangere Mangere Discount L.C. Mangere Portage Road L.C. Papatoetoe Bairds Road L.C. Otara Everglade L.C. Manurewa Sharland Road L.C. Manurewa JJs L.C. Flat Bush Above specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed below: Specials valid whilst stocks last. All specials may not be available in some stores. 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Let us show you: • How you can retire early and retire wealthy, even if you are starting with nothing • Why you can't rely on the Government to look after you in retirement • How to build a solid portfolio to create wealth, without risking everything • Strategies you can use if you can't get finance • Ways to buy property with no money down • How to leverage your time and money For FREE tickets to one of our upcoming Auckland training workshops, Register online at www.propertyapprentice.com/events.htm or call us on 09 5757736. Junior swimmers competing on weekend By ALAN APTED Counties Manukau has a 47-strong team competing at the New Zealand Junior Swimming Championships at West Wave Aquatic Centre in Henderson, west Auckland on Saturday and Sunday. The core of the team is from the powerful Howick Pakuranga Swimming Club but eight swimmers from Papatoetoe, Manurewa and Mangere Swimming Club have also made the grade. Alan Fatialoa, 10, Robbie Screen, 11, and Chelsea Samuel, 12, will fly Papatoetoe's colours; Erikka- Lee Foketi, 10, Joshua Killian, 10, and Brooke Varney, 10, will represent Manurewa; and Mangere's hopes are pinned on 12-year-olds Jemuel Nimmo and Caitland Pri- chard. Screen led Papatoetoe's medal hunt at the Counties Manukau Swimming Cham- pionship over the Auckland Anniversary weekend. He won five gold, a silver and three bronze medals. Pearl Hans, 15, was the best performed female with four gold, five silver and two bronze medals. She also won two relay bronze medals. All up the club won 18 gold, 29 silver and 34 bronze medals in the individual events and another two silver and five bronze medals in the relays. Fatialofa will be among the busiest of his Papatoetoe club mate this weekend. The Holy Cross pupil has qualified for the 50m, 100m and 200 freestyle. IN BRIEF Fiji Cup starts The Fiji Cup, a 10-team football tournament with prize money worth $15,000, officially kicks off at Centre Park in Mangere tonight. The four-day tournament features four leading provincial teams from Fiji, four from Auckland and one each from Hamilton and Wellington. It is a celebration to mark the opening of Centre Park's new $2 million facilities which include a clubhouse and 650-seat pavilion. The official opening will be followed by three tournament matches: Rewa (NZ) v Ba (Fiji) at 6.30pm, Lautoka (Fiji) v Hamilton at 7.45pm and Tavua (NZ) v Nadi (Fiji) at 9pm. There are four games scheduled for tomorrow starting at 6pm and 10 games on Saturday starting at 10am. The final will be played on Sunday starting at 12.30pm. Waka ama regatta South Auckland schools have a little over two weeks to prepare their waka ama crews for the Auckland Secondary Schools championship. The regatta will be raced at the Orakei Basin on March 5 and will feature sprints over 250m for boys and girls crews in the under-16 and under-19 categories. There are also races for novice crews. James Cook High School and The Manurewa High School (Manurewa), De La Salle College (Mangere) and McAuley High School (Otahuhu) have been among the winning teams in recent years.
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