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86 Arraignment (9)
Moral Code (5)
St Regis (3)
57.5 L Magorrian (a1)
6x4 Our Abbadean (10)
55.5 M Cameron
6x Sunset Girl (8)
Beach Beauty (7)
Lola Jane h (6)
9x Sure Enough (11)
08 Rose Sauvage
08 Agave (4)
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6 326x6 Snaptoit (4)
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56 L Magorrian (a1)
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5 04274 St D’Ore (6)
56.5 L Magorrian (a1)
6 71886 Russian Magic m (1)
7 35505 Darting m (2)
8 77540 Sea Of Speed m (9)
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11 65438 On Parole
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56.5 L Magorrian (a1)
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59.5 A Jones (a1)
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Z Moki (a3)
4 12725 Mr Doole tm (12)
57.5 L Magorrian (a1)
5 31183 Arzak tdm (1)
6 87586 Bachelor Zeel d (2)
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8 32129 Roc That dmb (10)
9 7x120 Saint Emilion
10 61754 High Society (7)
E Smith (a4)
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12 22345 Nighean m (3)
13 21388 Zafrenzy
14 26151 Sororia tdm (6)
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6452 El Cajero (5)
53 El Luchador (8)
74x5 Hushed (12)
4 93564 Pinz Charming h (6)
58.5 L McGregor
5 08290 River Force
6 8740 Mighty Clive (7)
8 92570 Fort Street Dancer (11)
9 7x450 Eden Rose (1)
10 96x99 Zadoree h (13)
5 Zambezi Warrior (10)
9x8 Triumph (3)
56 L Magorrian (a1)
13 x5706 Enure (9)
060 Keepish (2)
15 90x0. The Boss (4)
Emergencies: Enure, Keepish, The Boss
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We have an opportunity for an individual
wanting to start or continue a career in sales.
Due to growth and demand we have created a new
position to assist and support our busy advertising
sales consultants in day to day liaison with clients and
The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about a career
in sales, outgoing, have an ability to communicate
easily and effectively and enjoy working in a team
Some knowledge or qualification in marketing/sales
and design is desirable but not essential as the ability
to relate well to clients and staff is the key. Computer
skills are also desirable.
If you are keen on a career in sales please email your
CV and covering letter to Brett Kokshoorn, Sales
and Marketing Manager, email@example.com by
Saturday September 26, 2015.
Kararo Bowling Club
Saturday September 26
Sister Clubs Welcome
1: 762 6862
2: 768 9898
3: 768 4020
Thank you for your
THREE bedroom house,
fenced with sheds and
large yard. $250pw.
Phone 021 113 6098.
SELLING. Single bed
with mattress. Steel
frame, burgundy baked
enamel. Slatted base,
very good cond. $40.
Phone 738 0231.
$4.50 PER WEEK
SELLING. 8 litres
Wattyl Solagard exter-
ior paint, gloss white.
$95. Phone 022 010
SELLING. Two Grey
fleeces, size 3 and two
size 4 poloshirts. $25 the
lot. Phone 762 7607
Hobbs coffee maker,
stainless steel, excellent
cond. $20.. Phone 768
SELLING. Babys Activ-
ities Fun Song and
Games. Cost $99, sell
$40. Phone 768 4597.
sound 5 continuous play,
6 speaker, Panasonic
stereo. $100. Phone 768
SELLING. Dick Smith 8
inch digital photo frame,
new. $25. Phone 768
SELLING. 10 litres ceil-
ing white paint. $35.
Phone 768 4597.
Club and MSA
Sunday Sept 27, 2015
Confirmation of previous
Presentation of the audited
Appointment of Auditor
Notices of motion (remits)
for consideration (details on
club notice board)
Introduction of candidates
President — 1 term, 2 years
Trustee — 1 term, 2 years
Committee Members (7)
3 required 1⁄2 term, 1 year
4 required 1 term, 2 years
Details on club notice board
George Foreman roast-
ing oven, as new. $50.
Phone 768 4937.
Whiz and Blend. $45.
Phone 768 4597.
SELLING. Murano and
Hokitika glass fish and
swans. $10 each. Phone
SELLING. Can e arched
stand. $45.. Phone 768
Phone 021 0278 0344.
trundler, waterproof bag.
$40. Phone 021 108
treadmill. $80. Phone
021 108 8643.
SELLING. One Queen
Anne single bed ends.
$70. Phone 768 7818.
SELLING. Six womens
tops, size 24 and 26, as
new. $20 the lot. Phone
CALL US TODAY ON
03 769 7900
$4.50 PER WEEK
SELLING. Pine hutch
dresser. $75. Phone 768
SELLING. Three flick-
candles. $10 the lot.
Phone 768 6730.
camp table. $25. Phone
Mechanical. We service
and repair all trucks,
trailers, buses, utes and
cars. Phone 768 6358.
SELLING. Trolley suit-
case, medium size, as
new. $20. Phone 768
SELLING. Queen Anne
dressing table. $80.
Phone 768 7818.
pairs Doc Marten boots,
great cond. $50 per pair.
Phone 768 0502.
SELLING. Queen Anne
stool. $60. Phone 768
DUTCHIE'S Auto Shop.
Paint and panel, car
grooming, repairs. Main
South Road, Gladstone.
Phone 762 6282.
fabric. $10 per metre.
Phone 027 435 8846.
brown ankle boots, as
new. $10. Phone 768
SMITHS Speed &
Spares. Open until 11pm
Phone 768 5711.
lamp. $25. Phone 768
desk, office style or
similar, anything consid-
ered. Phone 732 3434
$50. Phone 768 0502.
SELLING. Mini tramp.
$30. Phone 768 7818.
WANTED. Glass front
Phone 762 6603.
FOUND. Female cat,
months old. Grey/black
striped body with white
chest and paws, very
friendly. Phone 768
LOST. BMW oil cap
between Greymouth and
Dobson on Monday.
Phone 768 0501.
Lost and Found
WILLS and Powers
of Attorney. Contact
Hannan & Seddon.
Phone 768 4169.
Mechanical Society Inc
King Dick's Cafe
Election of Officers
Presentation from a
RSVP for catering
762 6634 or
PICTURE: Ben Aulakh
Schools basketball match
Mark Taylor finished
92nd out of 135
competitors in his 40-44
age group at the World
Taylor time was 2hr
20min 18sec,six minutes
slower than in the last
However, his wife Karla
said he was happy
with the result and
pleased to get racing
the World Duathlon
Championships later this
There were eight other
New Zealanders in the
40-44 age group, included
Tim McClurg, who
finished 26th and Reuben
Tucker, who finished
43rd. — Westport News
Westport triathlete 92nd
at world championships
The Hokitika Cycling
Club is gearing up for the
new season, starting on
Club rides will be
held on Tuesday nights
with registration at the
Wests rugby clubrooms
in Brittan Street at 6pm;
racing starts at 6.30pm.
The races are for all
abilities, from beginners
to experienced riders.
There are beginners rides
to allow new riders the
chance to experience
riding in groups and to
develop their confidence.
Social rides will be held
on Sunday mornings.
Cyclists wishing to take
part who do not have
a road bike are able to
borrow one from the club
for the season. For more
information contact John
on 027 462 0001.
Hokitika Cycling Club
gearing up for new season
The West Coast primary boys’ hockey
team lost all four games at a tournament in
Christchurch at the weekend, which is held
to prepare teams for their representative
tournament in a couple of weeks.
In their opening game, West Coast went
down to South Canterbury B, 3-0. West
Coast played well and were unlucky not to
Josh Levien and Mikey Wallace defended
well, while Reuben Lee and Guy Wilkins
never gave up on attack and Will Pattinson
played his best game all season, putting
pressure on the South Canterbury defence.
Against Canterbury B, which Coast have
already played twice this year, Canterbury B
were up 3-0 at half-time and scored early in
the second half to take a 4-0 win.
In the second half, West Coast put pressure
on the Canterbury defence, with Cooper
Haines tackling well and distributing quick
ball to strikers of Reuben Campbell and
In the game against Canterbury A, West
Coast went down 12-0. West Coast never
gave up and even had a couple of chances on
attack. Hamish Tomlinson shone in goal and
saved a stroke.
In the match against Mid-Canterbury A,
West Coast went down 0-2 and were unlucky
not to score at least two goals.
Reuben Lee had a few shots at goal,
The team now has two weeks off before
heading to Timaru for the Hatch Cup
against top primary teams in New Zealand.
West Coast will play Auckland, Counties-
Manukau, Manawatu, Tauranga and Taranaki
in pool play.
Tournament losses for Coast primary boy’s hockey team
Former Manchester United
manager Alex Ferguson has
revealed he refused to allow Wayne
Rooney to be paid more than him
during a contract stand-off with
the striker in 2010.
Rooney vowed to leave United
after accusing the club of a lack of
ambition, only to perform a sudden
U-turn and sign a new five-year
deal reportedly worth £180,000
($441,459.61) a week.
But that was less than United
initially offered him, with Ferguson
revealing in his new book, Leading,
which about to be released, that he
told United’s owners the Glazer
family and then-chief executive
David Gill he “did not think it
fair that Rooney should earn twice
what I made”.
“ It was simple. We just agreed
that no player should be paid more
than me,” Ferguson said.
Rooney fell out with Ferguson
prior to the Scot ’s retirement in
2013, but was appointed United
captain by current manager Louis
van Gaal last year.
Ferguson says that Everton
pulled out all the stops to prevent
Rooney joining United in 2004,
including an emotional phone-call
from the player’s mother.
“After we gave them our final
offer, Everton manager Bill
Kenwright got Rooney ’s mother
on the phone and she told me, ‘you
are not going to steal my boy ’,”
writes Ferguson, who is now a
Other revelations in the book
include the disclosure that
Ferguson considered a move
for wayward Italy striker Mario
Balotelli in 2010, only to be
dissuaded by his contacts in Italy.
“In 2010, I briefly flirted with the
idea of signing Mario Balotelli, the
talented but controversial Italian
striker,” Ferguson says.
did my homework on
him, speaking to a few Italian
contacts, but the feedback I got
confirmed it was too big a risk.”
Ferguson claims he
blocked Rooney pay rise
NRL players Aaron
Gray and Dylan Walker
have been rushed to
hospital for a drug
Ambulance NSW have
confirmed two young men
were taken to St Vincents
Hospital this morning for
an overdose and were in a
South Sydney said in a
statement the players had
been admitted to hospital
and were in a stable
“Both players had
post-season surgery last
week, following the end
of the Club’s season, in
preparation for pre-season
training to commence
later this year,” the
“The club is keeping
abreast of the situation
and will not be making
any further comment at
this stage.” — AAP
Cobden Cobra’s Ethan Hackett takes the ball forward, chased by Karoro Storm’s Bethany Bennett,
left, and Charlie Taylor, in a primary school basketball match at the ASB Civic Centre, in Greymouth
RUGBY WORLD CUP
If the All Blacks’ hard-fought victory
over Argentina taught the world
anything it is that the defending
champions have retained their knack for
getting out of tricky situations and that
the game is now for 23 players, rather
The quality of the All Blacks’ bench
was a massive factor in their 26-16 win
at Wembley Stadium, but there is now
an expectation that the men numbered
16-23 will provide an impact once they
take the field.
Sonny Bill Williams, Beauden
Barrett and Charlie Faumuina were
the standouts, but Sam Cane, Wyatt
Crockett and Victor Vito added their
own flavour and if the All Blacks are to
go deep into this tournament it is the
bench which is likely to take them there.
For coach Steve Hansen it is all a
question of what is best for the team
rather than the individual. Asked if
tighthead prop Charlie Faumuina, who
was his busiest best in his first test of
the year when coming on after 50
minutes, is putting pressure on Owen
Franks, Hansen said the difference was
“ We got what we expected from
Charlie,” Hansen said of the Blues
player returning from neck surgery.
“He’s coming along really well. Is he
putting pressure on O wen? We need
two of them and that ’s the beauty of
this team — we’ve got some depth.
Being able to bring on a guy like Charlie
after Owen has done some of the hard
work is a big advantage to us. Whether
Charlie starts and Owen comes off the
bench — it ’s really a nothing, it ’s just a
number on a back, because they ’re both
capable of starting.”
Asked about the performance of his
replacements against the Pumas, Hansen
said: “I thought they were pretty good
last night. Both front rowers were great,
Sonny was very good, Beauden going
back to fullback allowed us to make a
tactical shift and move Benny (Smith)
to the wing. And they didn’t get a lot
of time, Sammy and Victor, but both of
them played in some major moments
when they were out there.”
Midfielder Conrad Smith’s return
from his yellow card coincided with
Williams’ introduction and the pair
gelled immediately. Smith, eager to
make up for his indiscretion, took full
advantage of the metres Williams was
able to make with his charges and
Smith said: “ The impact of the bench
now can sway games. You can feel under
the pump and feeling like the game’s
not going your way and a couple of guys
might bring some more energy and a
different way of looking at something,
they might have messages from the
coaches, whatever it is they can shift the
whole way the game is being played and
swing it back in your favour.”
The All Blacks not involved against
the Pumas are likely to start against
Namibia at London’s Olympic Stadium
on Thursday, and they will also be relied
on for preparation for the tougher
“ We have an eight-day turnaround
(between Namibia and Georgia) ... so
we’ ll have an extra training day that week
and it will probably be pretty physical I
should imagine, and get ourselves right
that way,” Hansen said. “ We will use
the quality of the people we have in the
squad to train against, which I think is
one of the big advantages of what we’ve
“The guys that have got the pool of
death, for example — if they go all the
way they ’ve got some big games week
after week after week and there are
disadvantages in that as well.
“It might mean we’re fresher —
we just have to make sure we’re not
under-prepared when we get there.”
for All Blacks
Strike a blow for rugby union because
it appears Parramatta Eels flyer Reece
Robinson is headed to the New South
Wales Waratahs as of next season.
News Corp reports that the 28-year-
old fullback met with Waratahs coach
Daryl Gibson this week and is on the
verge of signing a deal.
Robinson, a prolific tryscorer, plied
his trade for Brisbane and Canberra
before joining the Eels and has scored
57 tries in 116 first grade appearances
across the three clubs.
This season he touched down for nine
tries in 20 appearances for the Eels, a
distant second to Semi Radradra, who
It is understood that Robinson had
previously considered a cross-code
move for up to two years and was
near to a deal earlier this year but the
Tahs signed Zac Guildford and Matt
With confirmation that Wallaby
winger Taqele Naiyaravoro will move
to Scotland after the World Cup, there
is a spot open.
Robinson will become the third player
with NRL experience on the Waratahs
books alongside former Storm star
Israel Folau and former Warriors
forward Sam Lousi.
Aside from Naiyaravoro, the Tahs
have lost Adam Ashley-Cooper, Peter
Betham, Jono Lance and Ben Volavola
from the 2015 roster to overseas clubs.
Robinson signs with Waratahs
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