Kapiti Observer : December 22nd 2011
35 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2011 SPORT DISABILITY VEHICLES • All cars AA checked • All cars fully serviced • Fair trade-in prices • Finance and warranties available • All cars guaranteed 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 Michelle's Best Buy Peter's Best Buy DISCOVERY: NEW & USED SCOOTERS IN STOCK $16,990 PLEASE VIEW OUR WEBSITE FOR CURRENT STOCK www.petervenner motors.co.nz S S $11,990 2006 SUZUKI SWIFT SEZ 5 door hatch 1300cc Automatic 12,500kms, easy access you sit up hign in this model, AA inspected, fantastic condition $4,200 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. $17,990 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA SPACIO 1500cc Automatic only 37,000kms, Lovely Car easy access & great visability, AA inspected & fully serviced $14,990 2008 MAZDA DEMIO 2 HATCH 1300cc Automatic 37,000kms excellent condition, AA inspected, sporty, economical $17,990 2005 TOYOTA RAUM DISABILITY 1.5 litre, automatic, 57,600 kms 5 door Hatchback, easy access, side locking electric passenger seat, fantastic vehicle a must to see $15,990 2007 MAZDA DEMIO 1300 Automatic 34,000kms lovely condition easy access & great visability, fantastic fuel economny, AA checked plently of room at $14,990 2008 TOYOTA PORTE DISABILITY 1500cc, automatic, only 57,000kms, the passenger seat is a manual wheelchair no transferring required $31,990 2003 HONDA INTEGRA VTI LIFTBACK 2.0 litre, automatic/tiptronic, 87,000kms, NZ new, I-Vtec engine, looks and drives like a sports car, AA checked, fully serviced $12,990 1999 MAZDA MX5 CONVERTIBLE 1.8 litre, 6 speed manual,108,000kms, new soft top, alloys, alarm, very good condition $11,990 2007 MITSUBISHI COLT LS 1500cc Automatic, 49,000kms, NZ new, 1 owner, easy access, easy to drive & park, very economical, great value at $13,990 2004 NISSAN BLUEBIRD 1800cc, automatic, only travelled 33,000kms, in excellent condition inside & out, Nissan reliability & durability, very smart in burgundy $11,990 2008 MAZDA DEMIO 2 HATCH 1300 Automatic 42,000kms excellent condition, fun to drive, very peppy, good looks AA inspected at $17,990 2006 MAZDA DEMIO 5 DOOR HATCH 1.3 litre, automatic, 48,000kms, economical, quiet & smooth to drive, excellent condition, AA checked. $13,990 SOLD 2005 HONDA ACCORD Automatic, 82,000kms, 3.0 litre V6, Tan leather trim, electric seats and sunroof, front and side air bags, plus front and rear curtain air bags, cruise control, top spec model. NZ NEW FROM Page 36 Family affair: World champion woodchopper Alma Wallace, left, with son Perry Wallace, who made the New Zealand under-19 woodchopping team. At last: Rahui captain Moko Cooper lifts the Ramsbottom Cup after his team won the Horowhenua-Kapiti premier division rugby final. Photo: DAVE CHAPMAN The year in sport Otaki's Peter Housiaux also was named coach of the under-21 women, which had five Otaki girls of seven in the team. The annual Karapoti Classic took place in March, with Kapiti riders Simon Cobbald and Tyler Mills claiming second and third, respectively, in the new Weekend Warrior class. In one of the biggest results of the year, Waikanae's Jayne Parsons won gold at the world Paracycling championships in Italy racing in the 3000m pursuit. Parsons also won bronze in the 1000m time trial, and said she was absolutely rapt'' with the performance. Levin's Uma Goodyer and Ara- mai Tahau joined Kapiti's Mit- chell Craig in winning gold at the Taekwondo world championship in Wellington in March, helping New Zealand to overall victory. April At 14 years old, Otaki's Georgia Groen won the New Zealand women's barefoot waterskiing title at Lake Inspiration in Otaki. Fel- low Groens Ryan and Matthew took out first and second place, respectively, in the open men's grade. Paraparaumu's Shaun Jamie- son, 28, secured a place in the New Zealand Black Sox softball team to travel to North America, after a training camp in April. Jayne Parsons added to her world title with a gold medal in the 21km time trial event at the Oceania championships in Aust- ralia. May Josh Whyte was the fastest speed skater in Oceania in the 200m time trial and 5000m team relay for his age group in May. The year 11 Paraparaumu Col- lege student won gold, silver and bronze at the event on the Gold Coast, securing a world champion- ships berth. Otaki's Perry Wallace was named in the New Zealand under- 21 wood chopping team after some coaching from world champion mum Alma. Jayne Parsons won Kapiti Spor- tsperson of the Year, at the awards in May, which featured All White Ben Sigmund as guest speaker. Parsons won the supreme award on the back of a stellar cycling season, beating young barefoot waterskiiers Tyler and Georgia Groen. Raumati Swimming Club signed on former Olympic swim- mer Jonathan Winter as its new head coach, and Frank Borren was named in the New Zealand senior golf team. June Otaki Primary School won the local rippa rugby competition, sending them to the rippa rugby world cup in Auckland to rep- resent the United States. The team defeated a Masterton School in the final qualifying game dur- ing half time at a Hurricanes rugby match to secure their spot. Levin's Codie Taylor was part of the world cup winning New Zea- land under-20 rugby side, which defeated England in Italy. The Christchurch-based hooker played all 80-minutes of the final in Italy, playing a vital role in scoring moves for the champions. Meanwhile international rugby referee and former Paraparaumu man Garratt Williamson traded in the Super 15 to take charge of a club rugby match at the Parapara- umu Domain. July Kapiti basketballer Michael Ban- ner claimed a silver medal at the Special Olympics in Athens in July, playing for New Zealand. The 22-year-old dedicated the medal to his grandfather, who he had told: I'll bring a gold medal back for you, Pop.'' Former Black Cap Ewen Thompson took charge of Horowhenua-Kapiti cricket in July, bringing some much needed experience to the side. Ryan Cain was named in the New Zealand under-20 football team to play at the under-20 world cup in Columbia. Rahui took out the Horowhenua-Kapiti club rugby senior title with an 8-5 victory at the Levin Domain. It was their first title in the competition since 1979, and sparked huge celebrations in Otaki.
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