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PAPAKURA COURIER, FEBRUARY 1, 2012
Four teams could win shield
By ALAN APTED
Manukau 226 (Fraser Allan 130, Ashwyn Herwels 24, Dave
Simpson 3-58, Michael Schofield 2-38, Stu Kett 2-45, Hayden
Wark 2-41) and 114 ( Rob von Elling 43, Ben Green 21. Michael
Schofield 3-40, Stu Kett 2-9, Alex Borrie 2-14) lost outright to
Karaka 281-9 dec ( Alex Borrie 95, Michael Schofield 50, Matt
Cole 48, Josh Cole 21. Ivan Burrows 3-45, Brendon Read 2-34,
Tom Urry 2-51) and 60-1(Matt Cole 44 n/o) by nine wickets.
Pukekohe-Metro 42 (Kevin Farrell 30, Scott Guthrie 7-12, Bayden
Morey 3-29) and 97(Farrell 41, Brandon Hiini 27, Simon Gardiner
7-29, Guthrie 2-39) lost outright to Waiuku 64 (Peter Lambert 10,
Mitchell Sweetman 5-17, Hiini 2-26) and 77-7 (Guthrie 18, Tom
Beale 16 n/o, Sweetman 2-17) by three wickets.
Papakura 73 (Henry Gibson 19, Brook Simpson 3-11, Liam
Hunia 3-21) and 105 (Henry Gibson 33, Simon Hardy 16, Matt
Hunia 3-19, Ankur Grover 2-18) lost outright to Weymouth 178-6
dec (Brook Simpson 61, Tamati Clarke 55, Vaughan Blanchard
44, Nick Kelly 3-47) and 4-0 by 10 wickets.
Points after four rounds: Karaka 53, Pukekohe-Metro 47, Waiuku
42, Weymouth 41, Manukau 29, Papakura 20.
Counties Manukau club
cricket's two-day championship
heads for the wire with four
teams Karaka, Pukekohe-
Metro, Waiuku and Weymouth
all in with a shot of winning the
W H Taylor Shield.
And in a fitting finale
frontrunners Karaka and
Pukekohe-Metro will face each
other at Bledisloe Park in Puke-
kohe this Saturday while third
and fourth-placed Waiuku and
Weymouth play each other at
Weymouth Oval in Manurewa.
Just as interesting will be the
match between tailenders
Papakura and Manukau at
coming into play at the season's
end, neither of the teams want
to be left holding the wooden
Karaka moved into the com-
petition's lead with an outright
win over Manukau at the
Karaka Sports Complex.
They start the last round
with 53 points, six more than
Pukekohe-Metro who's melt-
down against Waiuku saw them
relinquish the lead.
Waiuku have 42 points, one
better than Weymouth who
scored a 10-wicket win over
Papakura at McLennan Park.
Karaka had Alex Borrie (95)
and Michael Schofield (50) to
thank for putting them into a
The two bowlers, batting at
seven and nine respectively,
waved the willow at the bottom
of Karaka's first innings. Both
scored personal bests and their
combined score for the eighth
wicket was 101.
When Karaka made their
compulsory declaration they
had a first innings lead of 55
runs. They got home with the
loss of one wicket.
Manukau's 114-run second
effort left Karaka with just 60
runs to get from 25 overs.
Waiuku needed just nine
runs to complete the rout of the
defending champions and they
did it with the loss of one
Even the most optimistic
Waiuku supporter would admit
that their chance of lifting the
W H Taylor Shield is remote
but the fact they have beaten
both Karaka and Pukekohe-
Metro in this competition
makes their campaign a suc-
Papakura's 10-wicket loss to
Weymouth was the sixth loss in
the last seven meetings
between the two clubs.
Weymouth took 20 Papakura
wickets. When the 20th fell the
scores were tied and that meant
that Weymouth needed just one
run in their second innings in
order to take outright points.
Weymouth added 23 cham-
pionship points to their total
but their late rally might be too
Hamilton too strong for Counties Manukau
By ALAN APTED
Missed: Counties Manukau's Peter Lambert makes a spectacular but unsuccessful bid to catch Hamilton's Keir Bettley during their Hawke
Cup challenge which ended in a draw at Galloway Park in Hamilton.
Photos: BRUCE MERCER/FAIRFAX NZ
Caught: Counties Manukau's Peter Lambert takes this catch to dismiss Hamilton's Lance Martin.
Hamilton 376 (Mitchell
Sweetman 3/80, Scott
Guthrie 2/57) beat
(Jono Hickey 105, Peter
Lambert 45, Tamati Clarke
37, Nick Kelly 25) by 96
runs on the first innings.
Counties Manukau failed in
its bid to lift the Hawke Cup
off holders Hamilton at Gallo-
way Park in Hamilton last
They were beaten on the
first innings after the holders
spent 10 hours at the crease
for their match-winning 376.
They used up three new
Kookaburra balls and faced a
total of 163 overs.
Much of the first day was
lost to rain but the home side
fell into a predictable Hawke
Cup defence with the holder
opting to take as long as poss-
ible over their first turn with
Mitchell Sweetman who
took 3-80 typified the effort by
the Counties Manukau bowl-
ers. He bowled 49 overs, 17 of
Counties Manukau also
used bowlers Scott Guthrie
(2/57), Ashywn Herwels (1/75),
Ash Vodnala (1/68), Nick Kelly
(0/34), Vaughan Blanchard
(0/23) and Tamati Clarke who
bowled one over and had the
figures of 1/1.
Gloveman Shane Gadsdon
took four catches and was
involved in a run-out.
Counties Manukau's best
came from Jono Hickey and it
was by far the finest batting
performance of the game.
Hickey notched up 105 runs
in just over three hours from
137 balls. He took 126 balls for
coach Grant Wilcock was by no
None of our players has
ever fielded for 163 overs. But
they never gave up for a min-
given the task of scoring 377 in
two and a half sessions (83
overs) to pinch the cup for the
first time ever.
Ambika Traders Ltd, Unit D 2 -
14 Railway Street West,
application to the Papakura
District Licensing Agency for
the renewal of an Off licence.
Licence in respect of the
premises situated at: Unit D 2 -
14 Railway Street West,
Papakura and known as:
The general nature of the
business conducted under the
licence is: Retail Liquor Shop.
The days of which and hours
during which liquor is to be sold
under the licence are: Monday
to Sunday, 8.00am to
The application may be
inspected during the ordinary
office hours at the Papakura
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 10 working days
after the first publication of this
notice, file a notice in writing of
the objection with the
Secretary of the Papakura
District Licensing Agency.
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Being a holder of a gaming
machine operating licence
advises that it has funds
available for distribution in
authorised purposes for the
benefit of the local
community. An application
for a grant must be made
on the correct form, which
can be obtained by writing
to the Trust or from the site
at the Whitehouse Tavern
situated at Dumas Place,
Papakura or from the
Incomplete or incorrect
applications will not be
Further notice is given
that the Trust's Net
proposes to consider
grants for distribution on
29th February 2012.
Grants will be considered
in accordance with the
Trusts grant criteria.
A resume of such criteria
• Comply with the
Department of Internal
Affairs definition of
• Papakura community
• Correctly incorporated
• Purposes of grants
provide the community
with some ongoing
• The applicants needs
for funding and other
funding access will be
taken into account.
The Trustees considering
the grants are:
B.V. Scown , Papakura
R.W. Thrupp Company
BJ. Rhodes, Papakura
Any person having any
complaint with regard to
distribution of proceeds
by the Whitehouse
Tavern Trust should detail
such complaint in writing
to Chairman of the Trust.
P O BOX 554 Papakura.
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