Waiheke Marketplace : March 7th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 30 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MARCH 7, 2012 SPORT Waiheke Shades & COVERS LTD ...ROLL OUT AWNINGS ...Shade Sails ...Roller Screens ...Outdoor Blinds ...Boat Canopies & Covers ...SAIL REPAIRS ...Horse Covers ...Truck Covers & Curtains Phone to make an appointment 372 7700 or Tom 021 145 1008 / 027 635 1146 or Email email@example.com 13 Tahi Road, Ostend (Behind Te Matuku Oysters) All made here to order on Waiheke - no middle man! Departs Waiheke (Orapiu) to Coromandel (approximate times) MTWTFSS 7Feb--22Apr 9.50am 9.50am 7.05pm 9.50am 9.50am 23Apr-19Oct 9.50am 9.50am Departs Coromandel: Hannaford's Wharf MTWTFSS 7Feb--22Apr 3.00pm 3.00pm 8.15pm 4.30pm 4.30pm 23Apr-19Oct 4.30pm 4.30pm Prices (Orapiu - Coromandel) Ferry One Way Ferry Return 10 Trip Orapiu-Coromandel Adult $43.50 $77.00 $336.00 Child (5-15 years) $21.20 $39.00 $166.00 Senior $39.00 $66.50 N/A Family (2 Ad+2 Chd) N/A $193.00 N/A Departs Waiheke (Orapiu) to Rotoroa Island (approximate times) MTWTFSS 7Feb--22Apr 9.50am 9.50am 7.05pm 9.50am 9.50am 23Apr-19Oct 9.50am 9.50am Departs Rotoroa Island MTWTFSS 7Feb--22Apr 3.45pm 3.45pm 9pm 5.15pm 5.15pm 23Apr-19Oct 5.15pm 5.15pm Enjoy a Day-trip or Break to the Coromandel or Rotoroa Island, with 360 Discovery Cruises COROMANDEL TOWN ROTOROA ISLAND A ferry bus shuttle will transfer you to and from Coromandel Town (Samuel James Reserve car park) and Hannaford's Wharf. There is no additional fare for this service.Tours are also available (operated by Coromandel Adventures). Please note that services operate on a Sunday timetable on public holidays. Prices include a $5 pp landing fee which is received by the Rotoroa Island Trust and funds ongoing island maintenance and development. Please note that services operate on a Sunday timetable on public holidays. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 0800 360 3472 firstname.lastname@example.org www.360discovery.co.nz Timetables and Fares are correct at time of printing. 360 Discovery reserves the right to change prices and departure times without notice. Prices (Orapiu - Rotoroa) Ferry Return Adult $21.00 Senior $18.00 Child (5-15yrs) $13.00 Family (2 adults+2 children) $55.00 Coaching staff: Lance Hadfield and Steve Jackson with willing helper Steve's son Will. Star among the coaches The Rams' squad for the 2012 season has a star among the coaching staff with some serious connections. Steve Jackson is on the field at the Sports Club on the Causeway every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday training the players along with coach Lance Hadfield and manager Jason Hohaia. Jackson's rugby credentials are a force to be reckoned with. He started his career with Ponsonby, has played for Tasman with Todd Blackadder, had a spell playing in France and was cap- tain for Southland. Shortly he will be back helping Tana Umaga coach the Counties Manakau rugby team -- but Jackson also loves league. Manager Jason Hohaia loves league too, and since he moved to Waiheke in 2009 he's played with the Rams. He also loves kickboxing and has helped Ben Alexander at Waiheke High School with the rugby teams. In his spare time he's a pretty good DJ. Another player taking on a coaching role is Mana Tapahei who will be help- ing with the backs, coach Lance Hadfield says. Hadfield has had a long interest in the Rams. Now back from a stint working in Australia, Hadfield is keen to take on the coaching duties. He is still looking for potential players and all those interested should come to the training sessions on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday afternoons or give him a call on 372-3528 or 021-063-0964. Records tumble at athletics day By GILL ALCOCK AGE GROUP CHAMPIONS 10/11-year-old boys Azra Pirihi 10/11-year-old girls Molly Kinney 12-year-old boys Rhind Amiatu 12-year-old girls Jesse Wineera 13-year-old boys Nelson Bradley 13-year-old girls Brianna Smith 14-year-old-boys Saul Aubertin 14-year-old girls Stella Andrews 15-year-old boys Josiah Phillips 15-year-old girls Samantha Kerrod 16-plus boys Reagan Alofivae 16-plus girls Bobbie Callaghan Age group champion, above: Reagan Alofivae, pictured tackling the long jump, was the overall winner for boys aged 16 and over. House honours, left: The 12-year-olds relay race was all about getting points for each house. School records were being broken all over the place at Waiheke High School's athletics day. Teacher Bob Upchurch proudly announced there were more records broken on Friday than on any previous athletics day over the past 10 years. The annual event involves the whole school with the competition focused on which of the four houses -- Rangitoto, Ponui, Pakatoa and Rakino -- can come out on top. Warm temperatures but cloudy skies may have helped the record breaking which included the 12-year-old girls' shot put record being smashed from 8.7m to 9.71m. Tamara Leoni threw the winning put and broke the record that had been in exist- ence since 2003. Nelson Bradley equa- lled an even older record when he ran the 400m in 61 seconds. The time for 13-year-old boys was first set in 1989. Saul Aubertin broke the 14-year-old boys' 400m record that had been set 15 years ago in 1997. He ran it in 57.4 seconds, the previous record was 58.03 seconds. Saul also broke the 14-year-old boys' high jump record also set in 1997. He raised the bar from 1.62m to an impressive 1.73m. After all the points were tallied up, the win- ning house was Rangi- toto. The win has taken it to the top of the leader board -- displacing Rakino.
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