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Papakura Courier : August 24th 2011
Concerns over injured Bennett By ALAN APTED NETBALL Aztec Premier 1 are sweating on the avail- ability of their Counties Manukau representative Marcia Bennett for the regional netball final against Papatoetoe Rangers 1 at Strathallan College in Karaka on Sunday. Bennett injured her knee during the 50-43 loss to Rangers in the final round of the league at the Otara Rec- reation Centre last Friday. Manager Briar Mar- tindale says it's a waiting game as to whether Bennett will be able play in the final. It's a recurrence of an old injury and we don't know how serious it is at this stage,'' Martindale says. She's an influential member of the team and not having her available for the final will be disappointing.'' Martindale is confi- dent Aztec can reverse the result and dethrone the champions in the final on Sunday. They only got away from us in the third quarter,'' Martindale says of last Friday's encounter. The match was pretty even up until then. An injury forced us to change our line-up in that third quarter. They didn't gel quick enough and Papatoetoe took advantage of it.'' It was Aztec Premiers' first loss of the season. Their only previous encounter ended in a 38-all draw. Mellons Bay and Papatoetoe Rangers 2 will play for third and fourth positions. The three top teams from premier division will join the three top clubs from Auckland- Waitakere, North and Waikato in the Super 12 tournament in March next year. Bombay and Manu- rewa Rugby will contest the Division Two final at Strathallan College on Sunday at 11am. It is the curtainraiser to the Rangers/Aztec final which starts at 12.30pm. 23 PAPAKURA COURIER, AUGUST 24, 2011 SPORT Icon team jumping for joy Icon's best: The Icon Trampoline Club team to the national championships were, back from left: Josie Te Rata, Lance Henry, chiropractor Kamal Keara, Kierran Tuhi, Phillip Henry, chiropractor Sandy Bansal, Scott and Janine Glover. Front, from left: Patricia Dwyer, Jessica Thompson, Alexa Kennedy, Melissa Thompson, Nelson McCallum and Sean Pearce. By ALAN APTED TRAMPOLINE Icon Trampoline Club members Kierran Tuhi, Alexa Kennedy and Josie Te Rata are heading for the world championships in Birmingham, Eng- land, in November. The trio qualified after outstanding perform- ances at the nationals at the North Shore Events Centre where they led the Mangere club to one of its biggest medal hauls in recent years. Its nine representa- tives bagged seven gold, five silver and two bronze medals, led by their most experienced campaigner Philip Hen- ry.The 21-year-old from Bucklands Beach won the men's senior inter- national double mini trampoline and was fourth in the senior international trampo- line. The effort won Henry the overall open men's crown and the sports personality of the year award. Tuhi, a 20-year-old from Takanini, was runner-up to Henry in the double mini trampol- ine, second in the senior international synchro- nised trampoline and sixth in the senior inter- national trampoline. The pair also led Icon to victory in the team event on the double mini trampoline for which they won the Aaron Howden Memorial Tro- phy. Kennedy and Sean Pearce were the other members of the team. Kennedy was one of the club's most successful juniors. The 11-year-old from Papakura won the sub- junior international on the trampoline and synchronised trampoline and was fifth in the double mini. Te Rata, 17, won the senior international dou- ble mini trampoline for women. She also made the finals of the senior international trampol- ine. Te Rata and Kennedy will compete at the world age group champs in Birmingham. Tuhi will perform in the world championships for senior competitors. Pearce placed first in the junior international trampoline, second in the junior international syn- chronised trampoline and fourth in the double mini and is one of three Icon trampolinists head- ing to the Australian nationals next month. The others are Nelson McCullam of Clevedon and Hayley Rhode of Waiau Pa. McCullam, 14, was third in the junior inter- national double mini, second on the junior international trampoline and second in the junior international synchro- nised trampoline. Rhode, 13, won the sub-junior international synchronised trampol- ine, was third in the sub- junior international double mini and was a finalist in the trampol- ine. Jessica Thompson was first on the trampoline for 13 and 14-year-olds and fourth in the double mini. Club president Carol Henry says the results are great news for Icon. This shows the amount of work put in,'' she says. Coaches Janine and Scott Glover, Lance Henry and Kierran Tuhi should take credit for the success, she says. SCORES AND DRAWS RESULTS DIVISION 1: Papatoetoe Rangers 1 50 Aztec Premier 1 43, Papatoetoe Rangers 2 76H&WUnited41, Mellons Bay 58 Timbertown Shelly Park 43. DIVISION 2: Pumaz 2 46 Aztec 2 43, Manurewa Rugby 49 Bombay 44, Pumaz 1 55 Tuakau 38. FINAL STANDINGS DIVISION 1: Papatoetoe Rangers 1 20, Aztec Premiers 16, Mellons Bay 12, Papatoetoe Rangers 2 9, Timbertown Shelly Park 5, H&W United 1. DIVISION 2: Bombay 17, Manurewa Rugby 16, Pumaz 1 12, Tuakau 8, Pumaz 2 8, Aztec Premiers 2 1. FINALS DRAW AUGUST 27: Pumaz 2 v Aztec Premier 2 (D2 5th/6th) 9.30am; Timbertown Shelly Park v H&W United (D1 5th/ 6th) 11am; Pumaz 1 v Tuakau (D2 3rd/4th) 12.30pm. AUGUST 28: Mellons Bay v Papatoetoe Rangers 2 (D1 3rd/4th) 9.30am; Bombay v Manurewa Rugby (Division 2 final) 11am, Papatoetoe Rangers v Aztec Premiers 1 (Division 1 final) 12.30pm. City hope to celebrate Smit's 100th game By ALAN APTED FOOTBALL Papakura City have two good reasons for wanting to beat fifth-ranked Tau- ranga City in their Northern Region Foot- ball League second div- ision match at McLennan Park, Papa- kura this Saturday. They want to win their last home game and give defender Sean Smit something to remember his 100th game by. Manager Peter Cooper says Smit has been a loyal to City and it would be fitting to celebrate his 100 games with a win. Cooper says they also owe it to their loyal supporters who have stood by them despite their winning only three games all season. City are backing up from a frustrating 2-1 away loss to third- ranked Ngaruawahia last Saturday. Freddie Ljungberg nodded in City's goal from a set piece. City wrap up their season with a match against Cambridge in Cambridge on Sept- ember 3. Kick-off against Tau- ranga City is 2.45pm. 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Public Notices Sale of Liquor Act 1989 Section 55(4) Auckland Gliding Club Inc., 264 Appleby Road, Drury, has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Papakura D.C. for the grant of Club Licence in respect of the premises situated at 264 Appleby Road, Drury, known as Auckland Gliding Club. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is Sportsclub. The days on which and the hours during which liquor is sold under the licence are: Mon-Sat : 16:00 - 24:00 (4pm -12pm) Sun : 4pm - 10pm. The application may be inspected during ordinary offices hours at the office of the Papakura D.C. District Licensing Agency. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than ten working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency, Papakura D.C. This is the second publication of this notice. 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