Waitomo News : 30 October 2014
WAITOMO NEWS Thursday, October 30, 2014 25 $199each $899each $1699pack At all our SuperValue Supermarkets At all our SuperValue Supermarkets Save on fuel Save on fuel Petrol discount vouchers available instore. svwainews3010 Local, convenient & friendly SuperValue Te Kuiti: 95 Rora Street, Te Kuiti. Phone 878 8530. Open 7am-8pm, Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm, Sat-Sun. Specials available from Thursday, 30th October until Sunday, 2nd November 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. SuperValue.co.nz SSuuSSuuuuSSuuSSu SuperValueNZ $149each Please drink responsibly $999each Fresh Tegel NZ Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets Eta Munchos/Monster Munch/ Cruncheese/Cheese Balls/Spuds 100-160g Coke/Sprite/ Fanta/Lift/ L&P 1.5L New Season Bunched Asparagus Cold Power/Fab Laundry Powder 500g Country Fresh Washed White Potatoes 4kg Fresh NZ Pork Loin Chops/Slices Jacob’s Creek Sparkling 750ml 12Pack See instore for Halloween savings $1299kg $249 bunch $199each Tegel Frozen Chicken No 18 $1299kg bag $499 Lion Red/Waikato Draught Bottles/Cans 330ml SPORT TICKETS are now on sale for the 2014 district sports awards. The annual celebration of outstanding sportsmen and women, administrators, teams and clubs will be held on November 24 in Te Kuiti at the Waitomo Cultural and Arts Centre and on November 26 at the Otorohanga Club. Both events are presentation suppers. Hosted by Sport Waikato, district co-ordinators Robbie Matthews (Otorohanga) and Dede Downs (Waitomo) are encouraging locals to attend and support the finalists. “Communities have nominated their local sportspeople, teams, and clubs, for their achievements in sport over the last year,” they say. “We will also recognise coaches, volunteers and admin- istrators for their service to sport at this event. “It’s vital that we continue to appreciate these people in this way, as quite simply without them we just wouldn’t have sport.” Both events start at 7pm. Tickets ($20) are available from the Otorohanga Support House in Maniapoto St and Waitomo Sport Waikato office in Rora St, Te Kuiti. Award winners from the night, along with other district champions, will then attend the Perry Foundation Waikato Regional Sports Awards. This event will be held at the Claudelands Events Centre in Hamilton on January 29. BEVANZ Electrical are the new holders of the log after defeating Ryco 24.7 3-2 in round three of the Murray Hunt Furnishers Otorohanga Club summer soccer competition. Played at the Otorohanga Domain last Thursday night, the match could have gone either way and was well contested between two of the in-form teams of the competition. The stump also changed hands with Specsavers taking the title from PFC United despite PFC win- ning the match 2-1. The stump cannot be held by a team inside the top four and with PFC leading the competition they had to forfeit it. In the closest match of the night, Giltrap Ag- riZone recorded their first points of the season defeating HMB Weta in a penalty shoot-out after the two teams drew 1-1 in regulation time. In other results, Hobbs Transport Services defeated Darcy’s Raiders 2-0 while Kiwitown Electrical beat The Shaggers 4-0 and TV Connect overpowered Bailey Ingham 4-2. Silver Fern Blues were too good for Harvest Centre winning 4-1, Advantage Tyres had to work hard to overcome King Country Kitchens 1-0 and while OTC Rascals comfortably defeated 100% Otorohanga 4-1. Bevanz Electrical, PFC United and Advantage Tyres are the three unbeaten teams and lead the table on 9 points, while a number of teams sit behind them on 6 points recording two wins from three matches. Tonight, Bevanz Electrical has their first defence of the log when they take on King Country Kitchens and Specsavers defends the stump against The Shaggers. Sports awards tickets on sale Bevanz take the log in round three SPORTS BRIEF ATHLETICS TE KUITI SPORTSFORCE development officer Alan McDon- ald will be in Te Kuiti next week, helping young athletes sharpen their skills. McDonald will be at the Te Kuiti High School grounds on Tuesday, November 4 to guide children, coaches and supporters through ‘Run, Jump and Throw’ activities. For start time and further information contact Dede Downs at Sport Waikato’s Te Kuiti office. SHEARING RAIHANIA TE KUITI shearing great David Fagan took a top placing at the weekend’s Great Raihania Shears in Hawke’s Bay. In the open final Fagan was second behind Waipa- wa’s Cam Ferguson in a time of 20mins, 40 secs for a total of 77.5points. Ferguson finished in 18mins 56 secs on 76.3 points. In the open woolhandling Te Kuiti’s Keryn Herbart placed fourth on 210 points.
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