Waitomo News : 18 February 2014
Waitomo NeWs Tuesday, February 18, 2014 11 Super Specials Potatoes 10kg $6.99 Pumpkins $1.99ea Bananas $1.99kg Chicken drumsticks $5.99kg Brisket on the bone $5.99kg Couplands Bread Range 600g $0.99c 95 Rora St, Te Kuiti • 07 878 8530 • Open Mon-Fri 7am-8pm Sat-Sun 8am-8pm Monday to Sunday 7am – 8pm Rora Street, Te Kuiti Ph: 07 878 8530 LOCAL WINNER OF NATIONWIDE COMPETITION Te Kuiti SuperValue owner Sanjay Sharma was thrilled for one of his shoppers who won $1000 worth of vouchers. This was part of the recent nationwide SuperValue ‘Fill the Pantry’ competition where 30 $1000 vouchers were up for grabs. CONGRATULATIONS DORA FROM THE TEAM AT SUPERVALUE (Go in the draw to win a Raleigh Gravity 20 bike with helmet) Te Kuiti Supervale owner Sanjay Sharma presents $1000 of vouchers to competition winner, Te Kuiti resident Dora Perawiti. OTOROHANGA junior motocross competitor Aaron King made a solid start to the four-round New Zealand Cross-country Championships on Sunday. Held in Taranaki on a remote farm at Purangi, King finished runner- up in the 90-minute junior race to Waipukurau 16-year-old Ben Fryer and will head to Huntly on March 15 for round two well-placed to take top spot. Te Kuiti’s Sean Kelly finished fourth. In the senior division, defending champion Adrian Smith from Mokau had a shocking start, but fought through from last position to finish fourth overall. “To have a bad day and still finish fourth is not too bad,” says Smith. “I went berserk on the first couple of laps to make up ground, but I blew myself out in the end and just had to settle for fourth.” The three-hour cross-country mar- athon was won by Ethan Bruce from Maruia. MORE than 150 fishers entered the 17th annual Kawhia One Base Big Game tournament from Febru- ary 6-8. Forty-five boats angled to bring home more than $23,000 in prize- money. The only marlin (90.1kg) was hooked by Te Awamutu’s Shanon Wellman on the boat Hooked On Tui. Results: Marlin – Shanon Wellman 90.1kg 1; shark tag and release – Justin Br- ien; albacore – Shay Ward 8.869kg 1, Doug Taucher 8.75kg 2, Cory Piggales 7.669kg 3; kingfish – Scott Coker 14.525kg 1, Dain Rothery 13.525kg 2, Scott Coker 11.425kg 3; kahawai – Dave Walsh 3.085kg 1, Dave White 2.835kg 3, Dave Hopkins 2.82kg 3; snapper – Ken McDowell 9.45kg 1, Greg Pope 6.525kg 2, Bradley Hirst 6.370kg 3; gurnard – Ron Price 1.12kg 1, Ron Price 0.86kg 2, Basil Johns 0.71kg 3, junior angler – Lochlan McCabe 1, Marty Dixon 2, Kylah Mc- Cabe 3, top boat – Bushwacker. sport Cross-CoUNtrY KING: Otrorohanga’s Aaron King finished second in round one of the four-round New Zealand Cross-country Championships’ junior division in Taranaki on Sunday. PHOTO ANDY MCGECHAN, BIKESPORTNZ.COM Great start for King, shocker for smith 150+ enter Kawhia tournament Points from only three of the four rounds count towards the title, with riders able to discard their worst result. Rounds three and four of the national series will be held respectively in Westland (Sunday, April 13) and Marlborough (Saturday, May 17).
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