Manukau Courier : March 14th 2014
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Public Notices www.stuff.co.nz Top season looms for Scorpions By ALAN APTED The Otara Scorpions Netball Club is gearing up for a season that promises to be even bigger than last year. Forty-six teams, seven more than last year, have registered for the new season and by the time the grading round gets under way on April 5 organisers expect they’ll have as many as 50 on their books. The explosion in num- bers has organisers scratching their heads in amazement because just two years ago no organised netball was played in Otara. Those players keen enough had to travel to Mangere, Papakura or Pakuranga to find a team to play for. ‘‘We’re struck a chord among the women in Otara,’’ club committee member Moana Papa. ‘‘We’ve got nanas, mothers, daughters and grand-daughters all coming out to play. It’s fantastic. ‘‘The response has been very, very positive and we’re keen to build on that and have our own centre.’’ Papa says the re- sponse is even more remarkable considering the club hasn’t done any advertising or promotion. ‘‘It’s all been by word of mouth. This shows the desire to play netball is definitely there.’’ For the moment the Scorpions are under the wing of their wellestablished neighbours, the Howick/Pakuranga Netball Centre. That relationship brings them into the orbit of Netball New Zealand. Papa says those links with Howick/Pakuranga will be retained until the Scorpions are good enough to stand on their own two feet. Ultimately the Scor- pions want to branch out on their own but that will take time as they develop players, coaches and administrators. Part of that develop- ment includes encouraging the sport in Otara’s primary, intermediate and secondary schools. ❚ Find Otara Scorpions on Facebook for details. Hometurf: Jack Hill-Rennie, left, and Ethan Henley on Strathallan College’s new artificial hockey surface which host both international and national hockey competitions. New turf world class By ALAN APTED Strathallan College’s artificial hockey surface is world class. The Karaka school has received a global class one certification from the International Hockey Federation, meaning it can host both international and national hockey competitions. Principal Robin Kir- kham is delighted with the rating. ‘‘We’ve worked hard on the completion of this premium hockey turf. It will not only be of great benefit to our school players but also for the wider community.’’ The new surface opened last year and will have community facilities including clubrooms and changing rooms. Kirkham says the community also stands to benefit from the planned outdoor pursuits area. Strathallan’s First XI boys’ won the Counties Manukau secondary schools A grade competition last year.
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