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8 - Tuesday, September 1, 2015
More than 100 gymnasts from as far afield as the Kaikoura, Blenheim,
Ashburton and Olympia clubs showed off their gymnastic skills, against
those from the Hokitika and Greymouth clubs, at a recreational gymnastics
competition held at the ASB Civic Centre on Saturday.
Gym fun boys five years:
Keagan Sweeney (Kaikoura),
gold; Billy Crombie (Hokitika),
silver; Logan Fissenden
Grade one boys: Ian Fryer
(Hokitika), gold; Rhylee
Wrigley (Hokitika), silver.
Grade two boys: Jake Priebe
(Hokitika), gold; Thomas
Bisdee (Hokitika), silver;
Lachlan Fissenden (Kaikoura),
Iron boys: Riley Fleming
(Hokitika), gold; Liam Smith
Bronze boys: Henry Priebe
(Hokitika), gold; Tom Grosser
Gym fun girls five years:
Mairin Fryer (Hokitika), gold;
Meka White (Greymouth),
silver; Casey Ellery
Gym fun girls six years:
Alice McKenzie (Hokitika),
gold; Pera Gordon (Hokitika),
silver; Mckenzie Bromley
(Hokitika), silver; Sophie Love
Iron girls: Khaya Wigley
(Hokitika), Stevie Crombie
(Hokitika), both gold;
Ayla Sweeney (Kaikoura),
Morgan Linklater (Hokitika),
both silver; Leah Johnson
Bronze girls: Jemma Jones
(Hokitika), gold; Frankie
Anderson (Hokitika), silver;
Imogen James (Blenheim),
Silver girls: Aimee Jones
(Hokitika), gold; Shari Tacon
(Hokitika), silver; Leilani Davis
Gold girls: Emily Pickering
(Blenheim), gold: Anne Petrie
(Blenheim), silver; Lillica
Hands (Olympia), bronze.
Elite girls: Baileah Newport
(Blenheim), gold; Jessie Dentice
(Blenheim), silver; Caitlyn
McAuliffe (Hokitika), bronze.
Haamiahly Priestly shows her skills.
Indie Keown, Greymouth, holds on to the bar in the gym fun
Elizabeth Gillies (Greymouth) shows how it is done on the bar.
Addison Richards, Greymouth, shows her form in the gym fun
competition for five-year-olds.
Billie Hampton, Greymouth, competes in the grade
Grade one girls wait for their chance to compete.
Hokitika’s Mairin Fryer, centre, takes the gold, Greymouth’s Meka Whyte, left, silver and
Greymouth’s Casey Ellery bronze in the gym fun event.
Greymouth recreational gymnastics competition
Kavanagh College, St Peter’s College
Gore and Mt Aspiring College were the big
winners on the first day of the South Island
Mixed Secondary School tournament, at
Greymouth’s Westurf Stadium.
A haul of five goals to Aaron Fahey and
two goals each to Gemma O’Connell and
Nick Parata helped Kavanagh thrash East
Otago High School 10-0 .
Another five-goal haul, this time to
Liam McFaul, and two goals each to
Tailah Robinson and Celia Dickie helped
St Peter’s College to a big, 11-0 win over
Northern Southland College.
Defending champions, John Paul II High
School, also got off to a winning start,
beating Otamatea High School 2-0.
The Greymouth side had the bulk of the
territory and field position in the first half,
but failed to capitalise on their numerous
scoring opportunities with shots going wide
or straight to the Otamatea keeper.
The Wallace twins, Fergus and Angus,
worked tirelessly in the midfield, and it was
Fergus who shot through the keeper’s legs
for the first goal.
A great pass from Janae Fitzgerald put
Sam Wallis in on goal, a chance he did not
waste, to put the home side 2-0 up for the
Day 1 results.—
Wakatipu 0, Garin 2 (T Froeling 2); John
Paul II High School 2 (Fergus Walace, Sam
Wallis), Otamatea High School 0; Mt Hutt
College 1, (Louis McDonald), Rodney
College 4 (Lionel Hamilton, Kristian
McCracken, Jamie Thomas 2); Kavanagh
College 10, (Aaron Fahey 5, Gemma
O’Connell 2, Nick Parata 2, Michael
Fraser 1), East Otago High School 0; St
Peters College Gore 11 (Liam McFaul 5,
Ryan McFaul, Tailah Robinson 2, Samuel
Stevenson 1, Celia Dickie 2), Northern
Southland College 0; Mt Aspiring
College 6 (Mitchie Maluschnig 2, Daniel
Edwards 2, Suzy Turner, Luke Burke),
Garin College 1 (Dan Stock); Wakatipu
High School 5 (Kevin Loggenberg 3,
Chester Rosie 1, Ben Evans 1), Otamatea
High School 4 (Cameron Gill 4); Rodney
College 1 (Kristian McCracken), St
Peters College Gore 5 (Keegan Irwin,
Carmen Williamson, Liam McFaul, Millie
MacGibbon, Breanna Reed); Mt Hutt
College 1 ( Jordan Francis), East Otago
High School 0.
PICTURE: Ben Aulakh
Christopher Spittal (Mt Hutt College), left, battles for the ball with Michael Fraser (Kavanagh College) in terrible weather conditions at the Westurf Stadium this morning, on the
second day of the South Island Mixed Secondary Schools Tournament. Kavanagh College won 7-0.
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