Kapiti Observer : September 8th 2011
39 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2011 SPORT 3416648BH Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm Sat 9am - 4pm Sunday Free to View A/hrs 027 277 7106 RMVT Corner of Ngaio Road and Parata Street Waikanae Phone (04) 293 2106 Appraised See our cars on www.petervennermotors.co.nz DISABILITY VEHICLES • All cars AA checked • All cars fully serviced • Fair trade-in prices • Finance and warranties available • All cars guaranteed Michelle's Best Buy GOOD OLD FASHIONED SERVICE AND GENUINE AFTER SALES CARE 1999 MITSUBISHI RVR 1.8 litre, automatic, 104,000kms, very easy access, AA checked, 2 x front and 2 x side airbags for safety,cambelt replaced,fantastic condition$6,990 NZ NEW S Se eo ur ca $14,990 2002 MAZDA ATENZA SPORTS WAGON 2.3 litre, automatic/tiptronic, 104,000kms, alloys, body kit, space, comfort, safety, great to drive N 2004 MAZDA ATENZA SEDAN 2000cc auto, 87,000kms, plenty of room, quiet & smooth to drive, luxury, safety, fantastic condition, AA checked. $13,990 $17,990 2003 BMW 318Ti MOTORSPORT 2.0 litre, automatic/tiptronic, 69,000kms, in stunning condition, full Motorsport trim and body kit, 17" alloys, 6 x airbags, AA checked Peter's Best Buy $14,990 2004 MAZDA VERISA 5 DOOR HATCH 1500cc, auto, 65,000kms, easy access, great visibility, AA checked and fully serviced, nice to drive, great looks & fantastic condition etervennermo eterve ennermot $13,990 NZ NEW 2008 HYUNDAI GETZ 5 DOOR HATCH 1.4 litre, automatic, 59,000kms, NZ new, front and side airbags for safety, economical, easy access and easy to drive and park 2002 MAZDA ATENZASPORTS WA G ON 2 N 2005 DAIHATSU CHARADE 5 DOOR HATCH 1.0 litre, automatic, only 15,000kms, NZ new, 1 owner, easy to drive and park, very economical. 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H H 2002 MITSUBISHI COLT 20 2008 MITSUBISHI COLT PLUS 1500cc, auto, 31,000kms, NZ new, AA checked and fully serviced, very easy access, excellent condition $17,990 2nd HAND SCOOTERS FROM $1750 EXPLORER $3,600 DISCOVERY $4,200 4016720AA Wellington Softball Association Cele ating 75 ea e Capita Junior Registration September 2011 Contact these clubs for further Information MIRAMAR SOFTBALL CLUB Peter Moffatt email@example.com 021 712985 www.miramarsoftball.com PONEKE SOFTBALL CLUB Kylie Summers firstname.lastname@example.org 022 6221702 ISLAND BAY SOFTBALL CLUB Trisha Pukeke email@example.com 027 3191464 www.sportsground.co.nz/islandbaysoftball ROYALS SOFTBALL CLUB Joanne Wright firstname.lastname@example.org 021 2699900 JOHNSONVILLE SOFTBALL CLUB Sikati Felise email@example.com 027 4983785 www.jvillesc.org.nz NEWLANDS SOFTBALL CLUB Ross Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org 029 2005185 www.sportsground.co.nz/newlandssoftball TAWA SOFTBALL CLUB Sue Creasy email@example.com 027 4692796 www.tawasoftball.org.nz PORIRUA CITY UNITED SOFTBALL Mereana Matangi firstname.lastname@example.org 278462357 www.pcusoftball.org.nz TOA SOFTBALL CLUB Micheala Koko email@example.com 027 5258100 PAREMATA SOFTBALL CLUB Dennis Clueard firstname.lastname@example.org www.sportsground.co.nz/ppsc KAPITI SOFTBALL CLUB Lyana Ross email@example.com 027 3818787 www.kapitisoftball.co.nz RDO team offers path to Heartland Taking them on: Horowhenua-Kapiti captain Billy Tovo charges upfield against North Otago. The Heartland side lost their fourth game on the trot in Levin on Saturday, leaving them second to last on the table. By BEN STRANG Promising players promoted Horowhenua-Kapiti's develop- ment rugby team could be the first from the province to win an RDO title if coach Chris Wilton gets his way. Wilton said his team, playing in the reserve grade rugby develop- ment officer competition, have had a good season so far, and are providing a pathway for players to develop into Heartland Cham- pionship players. We have good numbers and good enthusiasm and spirit,'' Wil- ton said. The team kicked off their cam- paign last week, beating Poverty Bay 20-17, after a 17-3 halftime deficit. Poverty Bay are a really good team, but the boys dug deep and showed a lot of heart to come back in that one.'' He said it was that spirit which set his team apart from sides in the past, and could see them chal- lenging for the title. The development team is also providing players on the verge of the Heartland team a platform to prove their worth, and get promoted into that team. We had three guys make the Heartland team after the Poverty Bay game, and we have been try- ing to build this pathway and show guys get rewarded,'' he said. Todd Shields and Moko Cooper were promoted into the Heartland team for their match against North Otago on Saturday, which Wilton said was well deserved. They stood out against Poverty Bay. So did Robbie Paia'va and Dymon Vowels. These guys just keep working and they can get their shot at Heartland.'' The Heartland team did not fare well on Saturday, being torn to pieces by a superior North Otago side. The visitors from Oamaru won the match 61-15, with Tivita Tivita scoring two of their nine tries, while Ben Patson scored 21 of North Otago's points. Tane Manga scored two tries for H-K, with Vili Tia kicking a con- version and penalty. The loss leaves H-K 11th in the 12-team competition, with only Wairarapa-Bush below them. The pressure will continue this Saturday when they play second- placed Whanganui, in the first of two away games. H-K will travel to Wairarapa the following Saturday, before finishing the round robin with a home match at the Otaki Domain against East Coast on September 24.The development team play Wellington Maori this weekend, and will play Wairarapa-Bush in the curtain raiser to next weekend's Heartland match. H-K's under-18 team defeated Whanganui 11-5 on Saturday. Unbeaten record Otago's Highlanders may have had a good season in Otago, but Waikanae's junior side went even better, finishing unbeaten. The Waikanae Highlanders under-9s team have played 20 matches this season and were unde- feated, despite often being the smaller team. Coach Steven Caldwell said the team's biggest win was 21 tries to 1, and the team won other games by up to 18-0. The team of eight and nine-year- olds enjoy playing every week, he said, and that shows by their results.
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