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RANGITIKEI CLUB NEWS AND SPORTS RESULTS
RANGITIKEI COUNTRY MUSIC
Another successful afternoon of
country music was held last club
day, with 29 singers entertaining.
Elaine Holden from Wanganui
delighted the audience with her
Christmas function options for
December 18 were discussed.
At the Talent Quest on October
22, the hall filled with supporters
equally as nervous as the contest-
ants, who came from the bottom of
both coasts of the North Island.
Backing was provided by RCMC s
The junior section had 11
entrants, and each one captured the
audience with their individual
talents. Three young locals were
among the junior lineup.
Sian Southall for the first time on
a big stage, Ben Woolston played his
guitar and thrilled the audience
with his rendition of Piano Man.
Sammi Woolston showed off her
natural talent and achieved second
place. Well done. Third place went
to James Nuku Bourke singing Ten
Guitars, and first place was taken
out by Sarah Whitaker a little lass
with a big voice! Wow!
A lineup of newcomers showed for
the Not So Old Not So Young sec-
tion. Karen George was first, Tim-
othy Pekau second and Amy
All were making their debut and
all will be back.
The senior section also had some
who had not entered a competition
First place went to Robyn
Rongonui, second Joan Hannam
and third John McLeod. Judges
were Marie Filby, Joy Stantiall and
The evening concert featured Bill
Bodell the Sax Man, locals Rex
Lewis, Ken Newman, Trevor Munt
and Sue Te Rangi. Bronwen
Newman closed off the concert
Club days are the first and third
Sundays of the month. The club is
situated opposite the old New World
site, Marton. For information phone
Bronwen 327 5001 or Glynis
HAWKESTONE GOLF CLUB
Tuesday, November 8, 12 hole
Stableford: J Stantiall 26, E Bergen
23, R Karatea 22, P Charlesworth
22. Men: B Patene 29, G Burgess 27,
H Potaka 27, K Rei snr 25, B Hills
22, V Cameron 21, D Wright 21.
Twos: B Patene No 8. 9 Hole: G
Lane 19, S Hills 19, J Jones 17, J
Van Loo 17.
Saturday, November 12. Club
day. Multiplying stablefords: G
Bond 132, M Pickford, G Thompson
114, G Burgess snr 113, P Scott 103.
Twos: G Burgess snr No 4, P Scott
No 8, G Thompson No 16.
Coming events: Saturday,
November 26: Closing day and prize
Tuesday, November 29 Ladies
MARTON GOLF CLUB
Thursday, November 10,
Stableford: T McVerry 37; D
Tarrant 36; G Velvin 35; A Stewart,
B McGinniss 34; G Calkin 33; J
Saturday, November 12,
Christmas Cheer Tournament --
Stableford -- Ladies: B Pratt, R Mor-
rison 40; S Harold, A Bary, R
Karatea 37; C Watson, K Yorke 36;
L Grady 35; S Ballard, J Church 34.
Men, Div I: The John Hogg Cup
for the best local member s score of
the day was awarded to Ron Win
with 43 points.
A prize sponsored by Jo and
Rodger Yorke for the day s best
gross was won by J Tatana with a 2
under par 70.
Scores -- Division I: N Maas 40, B
McGinniss 39, B Corner, K Johnson,
R McDonald, T Calkin, P Rutene, K
Wells 38, R Gerrand, D Oliver, 37.
Division II: R Win 43, P Edmonds
42, B Cameron 40, G Calkin, C Wil-
liams 39, M Peina, J Barker, D Scot-
son 38, H Bremner, J McDonald 37.
Division III: G Forbes 42, N Atkins
41, T Mischewski 40, I Christison, P
Connolly, B Vann, B Moar, B Hills
39; A Stewart 38; R McDermott, R
Henson, S De Burgh, V Cameron 37.
Twos: C Williams, J McDonald, L
Moore, B Corner, A Bary, M Arnott
(2), T Ratima, R Gerrand, A Fal-
laver, T Hammond, L Gradus, K
Wells, M Robinson, T Pouwhare.
Long drives: Ladies 0-20 C Wat-
son. 21+ B Bielby. Men 0-12 K
Wells. 13-22 R Kane. 23+ P Rayner.
Nearest the Pin: Ladies 6th - P
Ley; 17th - C Watson. Men 3rd - B
Vann; 12th - T Ratana.
MARTON NINE-HOLE GOLF
Results of the second round of the
Marton Rangitikei Insurance
Services Summer Series Medal
Competition 2nd round played
Division 1: 1st Doug Bowden, 2nd
John Christie, 3rd Neil Powell. Div-
ision 2: 1st Mona Barrett, 2nd John
Templer, 3rd Lyndsay Hunt. The
raffle was won by Mona Barrett and
the Lucky Card by Peter Whale.
The competition on November 22 is
Par. Starters: Neil Powell and John
Christie. Cards and Kitchen, Colin
Thomas and Lyndsay Hunt
RANGITIKEI COLLEGE PRIZEGIVING
Rangitikei College 2011 Senior Prize Giving
Senior Girls' Champion - Gould Trophy Brooke Batley, Senior Boys'
Champion - Klitscher Cup Blake Gunn
Harding Cup for Improvement in Tikanga Maori Savannah Ratana,
The Thompson Whanau Trophy for Excellence in Sport and Cultural
´ Cup for Contribution to School Music Katie Brenkley
Nicholls Family Award for Leadership Qualities in Maori Culture Maia
The Thompson Whanau Trophy for Excellence in Sport and Culture Maia
Kia Puawai Te Kakano Memorial Trophy o Te Kopiona raua ko Terewai
Heihei Maia Wihare
Barbara Third Cup for Character, Diligence and Contribution Olivia
Blakely, Ryan Trophy for Innovation and Creativity Olivia Blakely, Fiona
Marshall Trophy for Achievement Ash Collins; Norman Shelton
Memorial Cup for All Round Ability and Achievement Ainsley Downes;MJ
Gunn Memorial Cup for Industry and Achievement in Learning William
Lourie;Marton Borough Centennial Cup for Industry and Citizenship
Lysha O'Connor; DS Turnbull Cup for Excellence in Public Speaking
Holly Osten; Rhonda Agnew Memorial Rosebowl for Industry Rebecca
Patterson; Rachael Atkins Trophy for Excellence and Innovation in
Design Amber-Jane Sole; Rangitikei College BOT Prize for Contribution
to the BOT Shaun Welsh; Christensen Cup for Contribution to School
Life Shaun Welsh
HOUSE AWARDS: Overall Winner RUAHINE
Swimming Blake Gunn; Academic Excellence Sarah Bowler;
Outstanding Contribution to School Life Shaun Welsh
Rangitikei College Trust Peter Harris Science Prize for Level 3 Science
Prize Sarah Bowler
RDC Scholarships Shaun Welsh, Maia Wihare, GHD Scholarship
Nathan Moore, St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Tertiary Training
Scholarship Maia Wihare
JBS Dudding Trust Scholarships Brooke Batley, Olivia Blakely, Sarah
Bowler, Ash Collins, Ainsley Downes, and Lysha O'Connor
Sarah Bowler :1st in Biology, Chemistry, English. Sport Science and
Mathematics with Calculus, Gillespie Cup for Senior Mathematics, W
Dalefield Cup for Excellence in Chemistry, Hayman Prize for Excellence
in Level 3 English, Shane Snopovs Memorial Cup for Excellence in
Senior Biology, Rangitikei College Trust Zenobia Meads Scholarship,
DUX for 2011
Olivia Blakely: 2nd in Biology, Chemistry and English, 1st= in
Mathematics with Statistics, 1st in Art Painting, Middlemiss Memorial
Art Prize for Excellence in Level 3 Art, Rangitikei College Trust
Scholarship, Proxime Accessit for 2011
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