Waitomo News : 20 February 2014
14 Waitomo NeWs Thursday, February 20, 2014 FINAL WEEK! Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Drumsticks $899each $349 bag $599kg $379each $199each $19 99pack Whittaker’s Chocolate Block 250g Coke/Sprite/ Lift/Fanta/ L&P 1.5L Steinlager Classic Bottles 330ml (Excludes Pure) Country Fresh Value Pack Salad 300g Corbans White Label 750ml 12Pack At all our SuperValue Supermarkets Save on fuel Next week’s specials available to view from 12 noon each Sunday @ Save on fuel Petrol discount vouchers available instore. svwainews2002 Local, convenient & friendly Store Location: 95 Rora Street, Te Kuiti. Phone (07) 878 8530. Open 7am - 8pm, Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm, Saturday - Sunday. Specials available from Thursday, 20th February until Sunday, 23rd February 2014 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day. Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale. Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40. Conditions apply. At participating stores. See customer service for excluded items and further details. Loose Hothouse Tomatoes Nature’s Fresh Bread 700g Fresh Tegel NZ Skinless Chicken Thigh Cutlets Oak Baked Beans/Spaghetti 420-425g $199kg $299each $899kg each 99c sport TE KUITI master woolhandler Keryn Herbert completed a morale- boosting pre-Golden Shears South Island double by winning the South- ern Shears Open woolhandling title in Gore on Friday. The win came just seven days after she won the New Zealand Woolhan- dler of the Year title at the Otago Shearing and Woolhandling Cham- pionships in Balclutha. It was the first time she had won either event. Herbert is now preparing for the Golden Shears in Masterton from February 27-March 1, during which she will try to win both the coveted Golden Shears open woolhandling title and a World Championships New Zealand team selection series final. IN ForM: New Zealand’s No1 woolhandler Keryn Herbert from Te Kuiti claimed another major title last week winning the Southern Shears open woolhandling final in Gore on Friday. PHOTO BARBARA NEWTON As at Balclutha, the runner-up was reigning World Champion and defending Golden Shears champion Joel Henare from Gisborne, who with eight other wins during the season, threatens to topple 34-year-old Herbert from her position as Shearing Sports New Zealand’s top-ranked open woolhandler. Herbert was the first to finish in Gore, and had the best board judging points, which was also a crucial factor in last week’s win. On the shearing board Napier’s John Kirk- patrick claimed the major money in the open shearing final ahead of fellow Hawke’s Bay gun Rowland Smith. Third went to Te Kuiti shearing icon David Fa- gan, who won the title 11 times from 1983-2001, and who in reaching the final for a fifth time in the past six years still hurried-up the younger stars, with a time of 17min 6.78sec. The next events on the North Island circuit are in Taumarunui tomorrow, Apiti on Saturday and Pahiatua on Sunday. Results: Open shearing final (20 sheep): John Kirk- patrick (Napier) 17min 59sec, 59.08pts 1; Rowland Smith (Hastings) 16min 40.47sec, 59.824pts 2; David Fagan (Te Kuiti) 17min 6.78sec, 62.489pts 3; Nathan Stratford (Invercargill) 18min 41.66sec, 64.733pts 4; Richard Jones (Wales) 18min 48.48sec, 66.574pts 5; Troy Pyper (Lumsden) 16min 53.38sec, 67.719pts 6. Open Woolhandling final (5 fleeces): Keryn Herbert (Te Awamutu) 225.19pts 1; Joel Henare (Gisborne) 246.12pts 2; Lamer Tohiariki (Inver- cargill) 344.75pts 3. Herbert in top form at Gore sports BrIEFs NZ Enduro Champs aCe motocross rider and national champion adrian Smith of Mokau will line up among a strong field in round one of the New Zealand enduro Champion- ships on saturday. smith, who is the current national cross country champion and former national enduro champion, will be out to beat series favourite Chris Birch of auckland. saturday’s race is in taungatara Forest near Whangamata. the series then continues with round two near Wellington (march 8); round three at Riverhead Forest near auckland (march 23); round four in Christchurch (April 5), round five at Oparau (April 19) with the final round at Waimi- ha on may 10. Soccer semis te KUiti albion soccer Club’s summer 7-a -side competition wrapped up its round robin on tuesday and will move into semi-final territory next week. top of the table Plods n sods will face off against the Raiders who finished fourth while second placed KCK will battle third placed all sorts. Both games at Centennial Park will be played at 7.15pm. Bottom of the table semi-finals will pit this season’s wooden spoon team TKHS against fifth placed Strikly Red with sixth placed TK Glass playing TK Fire who finished seventh on the table. Both games are at 6.30pm.
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