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TE KUITI and Districts Pony Club’s team spirit
shone through in spades when they competed at
the North Island Show Jumping Championships
at Leamington last weekend.
Hosted by the Cambridge Pony Club from
February 4-5, Te Kuiti’s team of six riders went
head-to-head against 30 of the North Island’s top
teams finishing 12th overall.
Team manager and coach Karen Harris says
she was “thrilled” for the team to place so well and
be awarded one of the event’s prestigious trophies.
“I must say I was quite emotional when Te
Kuiti and Districts was called for winning the Sue
Yearbury Memorial Trophy,” she says.
“ The Yearbury family have put so much time
and effort in over the years and it was a huge
feather in our cap to be able to engrave our name
on it for the first time.”
TONIGHT’S Otorohanga summer soccer
5.45pm (field A) Bailey Ingham vs TV
Connect, (field B) Ryco 24.7 vs Bevanz
Electrical, (field C) Hobbs Transport
Services vs KCK Kitchens. 6.30pm (field A)
Darcy’s Raiders vs Otorohanga Mitsubishi,
(field B) 100% Otorohanga vs Advantage
Tyres, (field C) PFC United vs Smithy’s
7.15pm (field A) Kiwitown Electrical vs
Giltrap AgriZone, (field B) Dental Surgery
vs OTC Rascals, (field C) HMB Weta vs
Action Electrical Blues.
BOWLS TE KUITI
TE KUITI Bowling Club results.
January 28 - Junior singles championship:
winner Craig McKellar, runner-up Greg
Thomas. Women’s singles championship:
winner Dawn Adams, runner-up Janet
February 4 – triples: Men’s: Frank Hitchen,
Geoff McManus & Ted Hamilton 1,
runners-up Colin Young, Craig McKellar &
Women’s: Elaine McGinn, Dawn Elrick &
Betty Barrel 1. This team was a late entry
to make up numbers and avoid a bye
situation however, they won three starigh
games to claim the title.
PIOPIO Aria Golf Club results.
February 5 – opening day stableford: S
Houchen 43, L Rauputu 42, R MacDonald,
D Sattler & K Bradley 40.
February 5 - Waitangi Day Tournament:
senior gross O Barnsdall 74, ladies’ gross
S Sattler 78, best nett W La Roche 62,
runners-up S Houchen 66, H Roach &
Clement 69, K Bradley, J Snowdon, H
Ropiha & R Turner 70.
SOCCER TE KUITI
NEXT week’s Te Kuiti Albion indoor
summer soccer competition draw.
February 14 – semi-final (top 4): 6.10pm
Goal Trolls vs Sports Ball, 6.40 LOTR vs TK
Fire, 7.15 KRS vs Strikly Red, 7.50 1st semi
FCO vs Kia Hiwa Ra, 8.25 2nd semi KCK vs
Points table: FCO 36pts, KCK 27, NPG 22,
LOTR & KRS 21, Kia Hiwa Ra 20, Strikly
Red 15, TK Fire 13, Goal trolls 5, Sports
STORM Harris on ‘Irish Foxtrot’ represented
the Te Kuiti and Districts Pony Club at the
North Island Show Jumping Championships at
Leamington last weekend. PHOTO TAKETHEMOMENT.
The trophy is awarded for presentation of
horses and riders, team spirit, values and conduct
of riders, supporters and the team manager.
approach each rider differently with how they
warmed up and to keep their focus on the job
in-hand,” says Harris.
“Some riders get nervous, some lose focus,
others override, so it’s very important to be able to
adjust to each rider especially as the competition
goes on and the horses get tired.
“All the team tried their very best and were
super role models for our younger members to
watch and learn from.”
Te Kuiti’s representatives were: Storm Harris
and ‘Irish Foxtrot’, Jenny Bevege and ‘JJ Air-
time’, Clay Harris and ‘Cajun’, Isabel Mans and
‘Hillbillys Touch of Class’, Katie Graham and Te
Kauwhata draft ‘Simba’ and Lydia Beaver riding
Thames Valley draft ‘Callista’.
As well as winning the team spirit award,
Storm Harris and Bevege competed well in the
senior individual division.
Harris finished 2nd in the accumulator, 5th in
the Table AM 3 (2 phase) and 10th in the jigsaw
while Bevege claimed 10th spot in both the Table
AM3 (2 phase) and jigsaw.
In the intermediate division, Mans finished
6th in the Table AM 5 event and runner-up in
the style rider competition.
In the junior division Graham and Beaver
placed 5th in the jigsaw.
“It was unfortunate for Clay to not have his
main horse Swan Lake coming up lame the day
before leaving for the event, however, he was
very entertaining to watch on the very spooky
Cajun,” says Harris.
“Roger Bevege was course designer for the
event and we really appreciate his time spent
making the courses for the competitors.
“ The team was billeted by Gary and Angela
Johnston and their hospitality and care of our
horses was so much appreciated.
“Finally a huge thank you to all our support-
ers and family who made the whole event run
Six compete at
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