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Three Greymouth junior athletes were
in top form at the weekend to each break
a record at the club and West Coast
Championships held at Anzac Park.
A small number of Greymouth
athletes took part, with Nate Crossman
representing Hokitika and providing some
great competition for the 8yrs boys.
Charlotte Sweney and Sami Donaldson
in the 10yrs girls and Zeb Thompson
(14yrs) broke records. Sweney threw an
impressive 8.68m in the shot put, breaking
the record by 17cm. Donaldson ran 12.07s
in the 80m, breaking that 2001 record by
Thompson broke the 60m record of 8.12s
set in 2012 by Jordon Pinnock, running a
Five-year-olds Jaeda McGrath, Mac
Marshall, Keoni Haddock and Hunter
Williams, along with Eden Brokenshire
and Jaxon McGrath (6yrs) all produced
Ben Boere and Billy Vincent provided
good competition during the day, with
many close races, one needing the photo
finish. Mackenzie Clark (11yrs) ran with
determination to produce fine results in
both track and field.
5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
14.20s. Boys: M Marshall 1, K Haddock
2, H Williams 3, 12.41s. 6yrs, girls: E
Bronkenshire 1, 13.51s. Boys: J McGrath
1, 12.38s. 7yrs, girls: P Marshall 1, L Boere
2, Y Haddock 3, 11.76s. Boys: Q Berry 1, C
Detlaff 2, L Sweeney 3, 12.13s. 8yrs, girls:
A Kilkelly 1, A Weir 2, G Brokenshire 3,
10.51s. Boys: S Wilson 1, N Crossman 2, J
Clark 3, 11.19s. 9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire
1, 12.27s. Boys: B Boere 1, B Vincent
2, 10.19s. 10yrs, girls: S Donaldson 1,
E Coates 2, C Sweney 3, 9.72s. Boys: M
Molloy 1, L Donaldson 2, C Swinburn 3,
9.78s. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 10.94s. Boys:
A Wilson 1, 9.38s. 12yrs, boys: R Foster
1, M Whitcombe 2, 8.82s. 13yrs, girls: A
Donaldson 1, 9s. .Boys: C Donaldson 1,
8.66s. 14yrs, boys: Z Thompson 1, 7.84s.
5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
19.01s. Boys: M Marshall 1, K Haddock
2, H Williams 3, 16.14s. 6yrs, girls: E
Brokenshire 1, 17.13s. Boys: J McGrath
1, 15.96s. 7yrs, girls: P Marshall 1, Y
Haddock 2, L Boere 3, 14.83s. Boys: Q
Berry 1, C Detlaff 2, L Sweeney 3, 15.45s.
8yrs, girls: A Kilkelly 1, G Brokenshire
2, A Weir 3, 13.46s. Boys: S Wilson 1, A
Haldane 2, N Crossman 3, 12.93s. 9yrs,
girls: A Brokenshire 1, 15.02s. 9yrs, boys:
B Boere 1, B Vincent 2, 13.63s. 10yrs, girls:
S Donaldson 1, E Coates 2, C Sweney 3,
12.07s. Boys: M Molloy 1, C Swinburn
2, L Donaldson 3, 12.52s. 11yrs, girls: M
Clark 1. 13.64s. Boys: A Wilson 1, 12.09s.
12yrs, boys: R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2,
11.44s. 13yrs, girls: A Donaldson 1, 11.59s.
13yrs, boys: C Donaldson 1, 11.12s. 14yrs,
boys: Z Thompson 1, 10.25s.
5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
26.01s. Boys: M Marshall 1, K Haddock
2, H Williams 3, 19.50s. 6yrs, girls: E
Brokenshire 1, 21.88s. Boys: J McGrath 1,
19.70s. 7yrs, girls: P Marshall 1, L Boere
2, M Shaw 3, 19.57s. Boys: Q Berry 1, C
Detlaff 2, L Sweeney 3, 20.94s. 8yrs, girls:
A Kilkelly 1, A Weir 2, G Brokenshire 3,
18.32s. Boys: S Wilson 1, N Crossman 2, J
Clark 3, 16.87s. 9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire
1, 21.59s. Boys: B Boere 1, B Vincent
2, 16.59s. 10yrs, girls: S Donaldson 1, E
Coates 2, C Sweney 3, 19.53s. Boys: M
Molloy 1, L Donaldson 2, C Swinburn
3, 16.32s. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 18.02s.
Boys: A Wilson 1, 15.39s. 12yrs, boys: R
Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 14.75s. 13yrs,
girls: A Donaldson 1, 14.57s. 13yrs, boys:
C Donaldson 1, 14.32s. 14yrs, boys: Z
Thompson 1. 12.83s.
5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
57.21s. Boys: M Marshall 1, K Haddock
2, H Williams 3, 44.78s. 6yrs, girls: E
Brokenshire 1, 48.95s. Boys: J McGrath 1,
44s. 7yrs, girls: Y Haddock 1, M Meek 2, M
Shaw 3, 43.53s. Boys: Q Berry 1, C Detlaff
2, L Sweeney 3, 41.76s. 8yrs, girls: A Kilkelly
1, A Weir 2, G Brokenshire 3, 39.81s. Boys:
A Haldane 1, N Crossman 2, S Wilson 3,
34.77. 9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire 1, 46.90s.
Boys: B Boere 1, B Vincent 2, 38.66s. 10yrs,
girls: S Donaldson 1, E Coates 2, C Sweney
3, 31.58s. Boys: M Molloy 1, C Swinburn
2, L Donaldson 3. 33.59s. 11yrs, girls: M
Clark 1, 37.87s. Boys: A Wilson 1, 30.39s.
12yrs, boys: R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2,
30.78s. 13yrs, girls: A Donaldson 1, 29.56s.
Boys: C Donaldson 1, 29.02s. 14yrs, boys:
Z Thompson 1, 27.15s.
400m.— 8yrs, girls: A Kilkelly 1, A Weir
2, G Brokenshire 3. 1.38.13. 8yrs, Boys: S
Wilson 1, N Crossman 2, 1.24.82. 9yrs,
girls: A Brokenshire 1, 2.02.08. Boys: B
Vincent 1, B Boere 2, 1.31.14. 10yrs, girls:
S Donaldson 1, E Coates 2, C Sweney 3,
1.19.20. Boys: M Molloy 1, C Swinburn
2, 1.20.78. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 1.37.40.
Boys: A Wilson 1, 1.12.47. 12yrs, Boys:
R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 1.16.25.
13yrs, girls: A Donaldson 1, 1.06.88. Boys:
C Donaldson 1, 1.10.60. 14yrs, boys: Z
Thompson 1, 1.05.70.
800m.— 9yrs, boys: B Vincent 1, 3.50.39.
10yrs, girls: S Donaldson 1, E Coates 2, C
Sweney 3, 3.18.51. 10yrs, boys: C Swinburn
1, 3.32.31. 12yrs, boys: M Whitcombe
1, 3.22.44. 13yrs, girls: A Donaldson
1, 3.03.07. 13yrs, boys: C Donaldson
1, 2.53.37. 14yrs, boys: Z Thompson 1,
1500m.— 10yrs, girls: S Sweeney 1, E
Coates 2, 6.37.59. Boys: M Molloy 1, C
Swinburn 2, S Haldane 3, 6.08 .10 . 12yrs,
boys: R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 6.27.59.
13yrs, boys: C Donaldson 1, 6.03.97. 14yrs,
boys: Z Thompson 1. 6 .03.28.
High jump.— 9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire
1, 1.04m. Boys: B Boere 1, B Vincent 2,
1.04m. 10yrs, girls: S Donaldson 1, C
Sweney 2, E Coates 3, 1.06m. Boys: M
Molloy 1, C Swinburn 2, L Donaldson
3, 1.17m. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 1.04m.
Boys: A Wilson 1, 1.25m. 12yrs, boys: R
Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 1.35m. 13yrs,
boys: C Donaldson 1, 1.40m. 14yrs, boys:
Z Thompson 1, 1.45m.
Discus.— 5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1, 4.85m.
5yrs, boys: M Marshall 1, K Haddock
2, H Williams 3, 6.37m. 6yrs, girls: E
Brokenshire 1, 4.91m. Boys: J McGrath 1,
5.46m. 7yrs, girls: Y Haddock 1, M Shaw
2, M Meek 3, 8.10m. Boys: Q Berry 1, L
Sweney 2, N Pritchard 3, 9.92m. 8yrs, girls:
A Kilkelly 1, A Weir 2, H Foster 3, 8.07m.
Boys: S Wilson 1, J Clark 2, N Crossman
3, 21.25m. 9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire
1, 11.91m. Boys: B Vincent 1, B Boere
2, 15.52m. 10yrs, girls: C Sweney 1, S
Donaldson 2, E Coates 3, 20.64m. Boys:
L Donaldson 1, M Molloy 2, C Swinburn
3, 18.95m. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 11.25m.
Boys: A Wilson 1, 25.75m. 12yrs, boys:
R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 18.78m.
13yrs, girls: A Donaldson 1, 21.14m. Boys:
C Donaldson 1, 28.11m. 14yrs, boys: Z
Thompson 1, 23.43m.
Long jump.— 5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
1.52m. Boys: K Haddock 1, H Williams
2, 1.81m. 6yrs, girls: E Brokenshire 1,
2.12m. Boys: J McGrath 1, 2.04m. 7yrs,
girls: L Boere 1, Y Haddock 2, M Shaw
3, 2.59m. Boys: Q Berry 1, C Detlaff 2, N
Pritchard 3, 2.47m. 8yrs, girls: A Kilkelly 1,
G Brokenshire 2, H Foster 3, 3.12m. Boys:
S Wilson 1, J Clark 2, A Haldane 3, 2.95m.
9yrs, girls: A Brokenshire 1, 2.82m. Boys:
B Boere 1, B Vincent 2, 3.02m. 10yrs, girls:
S Donaldson 2, C Sweney 2, E Coates 3,
3.81m. Boys: M Molloy 1, L Donaldson
2, C Swinburn 3, 3.49m. 11yrs, girls: M
Clark 1, 2.96m. Boys: A Wilson 1, 4.09m.
12yrs, Boys: R Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2,
4.16m. 13yrs, girls: A Donaldson 1, 4.07m.
Boys: C Donaldson 1, 4.57m. 14yrs, boys:
Z Thompson 1, 4.91m.
Shot put.— 5yrs, girls: J McGrath 1,
2.28m. Boys: K Haddock 1, M Marshall
2, H Williams 3, 2.49m. 6yrs, girls: E
Brokenshire 1, 2.97m. Boys: J McGrath 1,
3.11m. 7yrs, girls: M Shaw 1, M Meek 2,
Y Haddock 3, 4.81m. Boys: N Pritchard 1,
Q Berry 2, D Palmada 3, 4.28m. 8yrs, girls:
A Weir 1, A Kilkelly 2, G Brokenshire
3, 4.09m. Boys: S Wilson 1, J Clark
2, A Haldane 3, 6.75m. 9yrs, girls: A
Brokenshire 1, 4.49m. Boys: B Vincent 1,
B Boere 2, 6.12m. 10yrs, girls: C Sweney 1,
S Donaldson 2, E Coates 3, 8.68m. Boys:
L Donaldson 1, C Swinburn 2, M Molloy
3, 7.09m. 11yrs, girls: M Clark 1, 5.60m.
Boys: A Wilson 1, 8.15m. 12yrs, boys: R
Foster 1, M Whitcombe 2, 7m. 13yrs, girls:
A Donaldson 1, 5.56m. Boys: C Donaldson
1, 9.80m. 14yrs, boys: Z Thompson 1,
Records roll at club, Coast Championships
Ryan Fox will have accomplished
New Zealand caddy Steve Williams on
his bag for the New Zealand Open in
New Zealand No 2 Fox has confirmed
he will contest the tournament at
Millbrook Resort and The Hills
He will link with Williams, the former
bagman of golfing great Tiger Woods,
who has reduced his workload in recent
European Tour regular Fox is
looking for ward to the one-off
“Steve is the best caddy in the world
having worked with greats like Greg
Norman, he was 10 years with Tiger
Woods and then with Adam Scott and
got him to world No 1,” he said.
Williams has supported Fox on his
professional journey, giving him advice
and sorting a practice round with Adam
Scott at the 2015 British Open.
Fox, who has made the cut in his first
four tournaments on the European
Tour, will compete at a “Super 6” event
in Perth next week and two tournaments
in South Africa before teeing off in
World No 1 women’s golfer Lydia
Ko says coincidence and a quest to
improve led her to change coach,
caddie and clubs in her off-season .
Ko will open her 2017 season
at the Australian Open at Royal
Adelaide from Thursday with a
new-look team behind her.
“It was a coincidence that it all
happened at the same time ... I
obviously wasn’t planning to say
‘hey I want to change everything
up’,” Ko said in Adelaide.
“I felt like I needed some change.
Even though I might be the No 1
ranked player in the world I still
feel like there’s a lot of aspects of
my game that I can improve on.
“And I think no matter what
ranking you are, you have got to
have that mindset because there
is always a position for you to get
Ko split with her coach from
2013, David Leadbetter, late last
year in favour of South African
She also parted with long-time
caddie Australian Jason Hamilton,
with South African Gary Matthews
now on her bag.
also left club-
manufacturer Callaway, plumping
for Parsons Xtreme Golf clubs.
The changes came amid the
19-year-old’s first real slump —
she has not won a tournament
since July last year, a stretch of nine
“A lot of things have changed but
it’s a really exciting time,” Ko said.
“ I’m confident in the team that I
have changed, equipment-wise too.
I think it ’s more the excitement
factor rather than worrying about
‘hey ’ is this going to work out or
improvements in distance off the
tee, which had never been her
“ I have still got the same Callaway
ball but the clubs have been great,”
“And now obviously with Gary my
caddie, this will be my third week
working with him. We’re still in
the process of getting to know each
other and I think the relationship
will hopefully get better as we go
on. But coach-wise I just wanted to
simplify things. I got compliments
from other players with the new
swing so I think we’re going down
the right direction.” — NZN
Shannon Boyd and Jordan
Rapana are hoping to lock
horns on familiar territory
when Canberra hosts this
year’s Anzac test double
The Kangaroos will face
the Kiwis in what will be
a prelude to the upcoming
World Cup, while the
Jillaroos also meet the
Kiwi Ferns in the women’s
rugby league test on
May 5 at GIO Stadium.
Front-rower Boyd and
winger Rapana both made
their international debuts
last year and are eager to
represent their countries
during the NRL bye.
“It will be good to
be able to play against
Shannon again and give
him a bit of a tussle
because he got me last
time so I’m due for a bit
of payback,” Rapana said
Rapana is acutely aware
of World Cup selection
as he looks to cement his
spot in the Kiwis line-up
this year after being
named New Zealand’s
rookie of the year in 2016.
“I’ve never played in
a World Cup for my
country so it would be
pretty exciting,” Rapana
“It’s a goal of mine to try
veteran Sia Soliola is
leaning towards putting
his hand up for Samoan
selection at the World
Cup after missing out on
the Kiwis squad for the
Four Nations. Rapana said
Soliola was unfortunate
to have missed out on the
“He’s a quality player
and whether he chooses
New Zealand or Samoa
he’ ll be a great asset,”
Rapana said. — NZ N
of the New Zealand Herald
Champion mare Winx has turned
her comeback into little more than
a $A269,000 ($NZ286,000) track
work gallop at Randwick.
The wonder mare overcame a
tardy start to cruise clear of old
foe Hartnell and win the Star
Apollo Stakes untouched in the
hands of Hugh Bowman at the
meeting which was transferred
from Saturday to yesterday because
of the extreme heat in Sydney over
Backed in $1.12 with NZ TAB
bookies, Winx was fresh up since
her unbelievable Cox Plate win
in October but paraded looking
fantastic and raced accordingly.
After her slow start Bowman was
able to push for ward to a midfield
position and she ambled up three
wide on the home bend to put the
race to bed, giving punters who
took the tiny odds no reason for
“ With a genuine speed one was
able to travel well throughout and
with the blink of an eye it was all
over,” Bowman said.
“My only worry going into the
race was if there was no tempo
but that went at a good gallop and
that really helped. Chris (Waller,
trainer) and his team have done a
great job to have her ready after so
long away from the races and it ’s a
privilege to be part of this.”
Winx took her winning sequence
being beaten at weight-for-age
this autumn as she counts down to
her main aim of this campaign, the
$A4 million Q ueen Elizabeth at
Randwick on April 8.
All Black captain Kieran Read is
“really disappointed” Steven Luatua
is heading to Bristol, and has urged
young players to think twice about
the immediate riches on offer from
Read confirmed to Radio Sport
Breakfast he would re-sign with
New Zealand Rugby through to the
2019 World Cup, and indicated he
does not want a long sabbatical built
into his new contract.
He is disappointed 15-test loose
forward Luatua, aged 25, will depart
for Bristol late this year, saying the
Aucklander had made encouraging
strides in 2016.
Crusader Read, who will be
sidelined for the first six rounds of
Super Rugby following wrist surgery,
warned players against taking on the
“slog” of European rugby too early.
“I’m really disappointed — Steven
really found his niche as a player last
year, some great confidence in his
own body and what he can do on
the footy field. It’s disappointing for
the wider New Zealand landscape,”
“I can’t begrudge him for making
that decision...it ’s not just what ’s best
for them, but for their families. But I
really respect guys who have a great
crack at it in New Zealand. If you
stick it out it can pay dividends later
in the career. If you go early, at 25
that ’s another 10 years...it is a long
time slogging away in the northern
hemisphere winters. That ’s tough
going. Maybe stick out another five
years (in New Zealand) and you can
still make good coin over there.
“ We’d love to keep guys here in
New Zealand. Hopefully the All
Blacks drive people to stay.That ’s the
environment we’re trying to create.”
Read said he was in a fortunate
position where staying in New
Zealand was an easy decision to
make, and indicated that in light of
that his agent had not bombarded
him with tempting overseas offers.
There was a point when Read
thought the 2015 World Cup would
be his New Zealand swansong, but
he was well on track to re-sign with
NZR through to 2019.
“I want to keep my legacy here as
long as I can,” he said. “I’ll be staying
through to the next World Cup
and all going well it will be signed
off soon. There are a few different
options in the contract...I guess
little bits of time off but not major
periods. I dont want to miss too
much footy. I’ve got to do the best I
can to keep my body as healthy as I
can and peaking.” — NZME
The next wave of New
Zealand rowing talent
gets a shot at recognition
at this week’s national
The first significant
strokes towards selection
for the 2020 Olympics
will take place on Lake
Ruataniwha near Twizel.
Drysdale, Eric Murray
and Hamish Bond are
taking at least this year
off, creating a vacuum
which the national
selectors hope can be
filled over the next five
In Drysdale’s absence,
Manson and brother
Karl are expected to face
off for the men’s single
sculls title. Competition
should also come from
Olympians John Storey
and Chris Harris.
A host of quality
candidates are also lining
up to claim the national
pairs title without the
daunting presence of
international greats Bond
Among the bigger
names competing this
week is two-time world
single sculler Zoe
McBride, who will hunt
success in both the
lightweight and open
singles class. Heats over
the first two days are
followed by semi-finals
and finals from Thursday
to Saturday. — NZN
Rafael Nadal’s uncle, Toni
Nadal, will step down as his
coach after this year’s ATP Tour,
as he feels he has been sidelined
by other figures in the player’s
entourage, he told an Italian
The 55-year-old has been
with the 14-times grand slam
champion since before the
Spaniard broke into the big-time
by winning the French Open as a
teenager in 2005.
Two weeks after watching his
nephew lose in five sets to Roger
Federer in the Australian Open
final, Toni Nadal told Il Tennis
Italiano website that after this
season he wants to concentrate
on training emerging players.
“ From next year I will no longer
follow Rafael on the circuit but
will dedicate myself exclusively to
our academy,” he said, referring to
the Rafa Nadal Academy which
opened last October in Mallorca.
“The relationship with my
nephew has always been
excellent, in all these years we
have never had periods of crisis,”
he said, but added that he has
felt increasingly sidelined since
Carlos Costa became Nadal’s
manager and as the player’s father
has become more involved.
“The truth is that every year I
am making fewer decisions, to
the point that I won’t be deciding
anything any more!”
Former World No 1 and fellow
Mallorcan Carlos Moya joined
Nadal’s coaching staff this season,
hoping to help revive the player’s
career after two injury-plagued
Nadal, without a grand
slam title since winning the
French Open for a ninth time
in 2014, withdrew from last
year’s tournament and missed
Wimbledon because of a wrist
injury. — Reuters
Toni Nadal, left, and Rafael Nadal.
Rafa and uncle Toni par t ways
Fox hires Williams as New Zealand Open caddy
Canberra to host
Chance for rising
rowing talent to shine
Winx pulls out blinder in Sydney
Trainer Chris Waller and Winx.
The most injury-prone Super
Rugby team last year, the Chiefs
have made a catastrophic start to
Halfback Brad Weber and prop
Mitchell Graham both suffered
broken legs at the Brisbane Global
Tens which will require season-
Fringe lock Fin Hoeta is also
sidelined for an estimated two
months after damaging ankle
ligaments as the Chiefs won the
inaugural tournament title on
One-test No 9 Weber fractured
his thigh bone and will not be
sighted for about six months.
The lively Weber, 26, was a key
Chiefs figure last year, playing
every game as fellow-All Blacks
halfbacks Tawera Kerr-Barlow and
Augustine Pulu battled injuries.
Pulu has shifted to the Blues this
year, heaping pressure on Kerr-
Barlow to stay fit.
Taranaki loosehead specialist
Graham played in all of the first
12 games last season before a
hamstring problem struck him
down. He will also be out for at least
six months to recover from surgery,
having fractured tibia and fibula
bones when he fell awkwardly in a
The Chiefs have not indicated if
additional players will be promoted
into their primary squad. Last year
coach Dave Rennie fielded a total
of 43 players as injury devastated
their Super Rugby season. — NZ N
European champions France and
South Korea will be two of New
Zealand’s pool opponents at the
under-19 men’s Basketball World
Cup in Egypt.
World body FIBA made the draw
in Cairo, sending the Junior Tall
Blacks into a pool which is still to
Brazil have been replaced at the
16-nation event in July because its
federation has failed to meet certain
FIBA governance requirements.
Another team from the Americas
region will complete group A.
New Zealand booked a maiden
appearance at the tournament by
upsetting Australia in the final of
the Oceania under-18 champion-
ship in Suva in December.
European under-18 championship
while South Korea finished third
in the Asian equivalent tourna-
New Zealand will open their
campaign against Korea on July 1.
The play-off phase is from July
5-9. — NZN
NZ learn foes as U19 basketball World Cup
All Blacks captain Read
disappointed Luatua’s leaving
Chiefs hit with numerous injury setbacks
Former Olympian Jeff McVean
is Equestrian Sport New Zealand’s
new high performance manager.
McVean, whose involvement at
the 1984 and 1988 Games were the
highlight of a 45-year competitive
career, says he is ready for the task
of following New Zealand’s platoon
of offshore-based riders.
“S howjumping is my life. I have
the experience and understand the
highs and lows of the sport, and
there are plenty of those,” he said.
The high performance squad is
spread between North America,
Europe and New Zealand, building
towards the goal of fielding a team
at next year’s World Equestrian
Games in North Carolina.
McVean appointed to NZ showjumping top job
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