Manukau Courier : March 18th 2014
www.stuff.co.nz Public Notices PUBLICNOTICE SALEOFLIQUOR ACT1989 SECTION: 64(3)RenewalCLUB Weymouth Rugby Football Club Incorporated has made application to the Auckland District Council Licencing (Manukau Office) for the: Renewal of a Club Licence in respect of the premises situated at: 50 Gibbons Rd, Manurewa and known as: Weymouth Rugby Football Club The general nature of the business conducted under the licence is: Sports Club The days of which and hours during which liquor is to be sold under the licence are: Wednesday and Friday 7.00pm to 11.00pm, Saturday 12.00 noon to 12.00 midnight, Sunday 12.00 to 10.00pm The application may be inspected during the ordinary office hours at the Auckland Council District Licensing (Manukau service centre) Ground floor, Kotuku House, 4 Osterley Way, Manukau. 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Girls set on softball title By ALAN APTED Aorore College are hoping their dominance of Auckland secondary school senior girls softball will help win a national title in Christchurch next week. They’re driven to do better than their fourth-place finish in Howick last year and are confident they have the team to upstage leading contenders Pakuranga College, Wellington East Girls College and Hamilton Girls High School. Aorere are a once-in-ageneration side and that’s reflected in the ease with which they wrapped up the Auckland championship. They beat Papakura High School 7-0, Green Bay High School 7-0, Auckland Girls Grammar School 9-1, Mt Albert Grammar School 2-0, Avondale College 14-4 and Green Bay High School (final) 12-3 – that’s 51 runs for and nine against. Leading the side are head girl Makayla Mave, Allison Mohi, Tereapii Tourangi and Nik-Cole Paea. All four are in the Junior White Sox squad preparing for the Junior World Series in Oklahoma City in the United States in August next year. They’re also Auckland age- group representatives, as are Hollie Howard and Shanyce Mohi. A seventh player, Lyric Wilson, played under-17s for Counties Manukau. Coach Tamati Howard says the grounding the girls have received at the club level has aided the team’s success. Clubs such as Papatoetoe, Otahuhu and the Waitakere Bears have had a big influence on the girls, he says. ‘‘This is a team of achievers. Academically, these girls are well respected and they’re well led and influenced by Mave, the school’s head girl. ‘‘The goal for us now is to raise enough money to get to Christchurch. That’s a difficult proposition with our Junior White Sox members also having to raise money for their trip to the world series.’’ Howard says the team is putting the final touches to its preparations and he expects the experience of making last year’s top four will stand them in good stead. ❚ The team is Shanyce Mohi, Hollie Howard, Heavenly-Storm Paea, Nik-Cole Paea, Lyric Wilson (Papatoetoe Softball Club), Tereapii Tourangi, Sapphire Finau (Otahuhu Softball Club), Allison Mohi, Makayla Mave (Waitakere Bears Softball Club), Lyric Wilson, Tamati Howard (coach), Tania Marumaru (manager). Great chance to remember Roy Can’t wait to read the paper? Have missed your delivery or just want to pick up another? The following businesses have copies of your favourite local paper. 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On Saturday the Mighty Mangere East Hawks play Marist Saints for the Roy Chan Challenge Cup at Walter Massey Park at 2.30pm. It’s a very special day indeed because Roy was a great servant of the Hawks and we lost him last year in a tragic workplace accident. Roy coached the Hawks and was one of those people if a job needed doing around the club, he did it. That meant he served on the committee, advised coaches, helped out anywhere where his expertise was needed and filled the rest of his time by being a thoroughly good bloke. Losing Roy was a great blow to the club and to me personally because I regarded him as a good friend. So if I can be, I’ll be at the park lining up to cheer his Hawks on. The day actually begins at 10.30am with the under-20s and the Reserves at 12.45pm, so if you want to experience local league, Saturday is a great chance. The day will end with the MAD SPORT ON THE 19TH WARRIOR THE MAD BUTCHER presentation formalities around 5pm but I suspect it’ll continue long after that socially. And on Friday at 7.30pm I will be celebrating with another sports club I have a lot of time for, the Breakers. The basketball team will be sending out CJ Bruton at Vector in what could be his final appearance now he has decided to retire. CJ has been integral to the success of the club and is also one of sport’s nice guys. The professionalism he brought to the club has gone a long way and by no means is it exaggerating to say he was critical to the back-to-back Dumped: Feleti Mateo is taken by the Dragons in a strong tackle during the round two NRL match at Eden Park. championships the club managed in the Australian basketball comp. Everyone knows the Breakers have come a long way and CJ has been a huge part of that so it will be a pleasure to be there to cheer him on. So get along to the game and salute a champion. And, yes, the Vodafone Warriors lost again at Eden Park, this time to a pretty impressive-looking St George Illawarra Dragons and in front of a crowd of only 15,000 – which I suspect might have been hit hard by the stormy weather. But I can’t imagine a Photo: GETTY IMAGES crowd that small was what the club had in mind when it ventured to Eden Park. I will be in Wellington for our next home game, against the Wests Tigers on March 29. But before that happens we travel to Townsville to take on the Cowboys, who went down to the Brisbane Broncos over the weekend so it’ll be tough at their place as they seek to return to winning ways. We could do with something to cheer us up though. Let’s face facts, we were dismal in game one and not a hell of a lot better on Saturday. The fans expect better.
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