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under-20 men s regional
bowls finals were played
on the Karoro green in
perfect conditions last
ere was a high
standard of bowls from
the nine players from
Canterbury and West
Coast, playing eight
games in a round robin.
(Leeston) won seven
games, James Haseman
(Burnside) had six wins,
James Collier (Rangiora)
five, and Chase Bishop
(Riverside) on a count
back with three of the
West Coast players of
Jayden Menzies, Jared
Aynsley, and Jordan
Campbell with four
e top four players go
on to play in the national
finals, at Pakuranga at
Men s teams to compete
in the National Inter-
centre tournament in
Wellington next month
are.--- Singles: Trevor
Pascoe. Pairs: Bradley
Dixon (skip), Ian O Neill.
Fours: Shane Pascoe
(skip), John Lynch, Jarrod
Forsyth, Ethan Kelleher.
Reserve: Jack Lee.
Manager: Vern Goodall.
e inter-centre men s
development team to
travel to Christchurch in
March is.--- Singles: N
Mehrtens. Pairs: J Aynsley
(skip), A Kearns. Fours: A
Haslam (skip), J Ruddle,
S Aynsley, J Campbell.
Reser ve: J Menzies.
e men s Hines J5 Pairs
will be played on Sunday
at the Cobden green, with
six entries received.
e team of Mary
Keating (skip), Joy
Teasdale and Sandra
Skates (substituting for
Peg McGee) took out
the Pop Castle Womens
After section play two
teams had qualified out
of the seven entered,
the other team being
Ann Prendergast (skip),
Sylvia Goodall and Marie
e final was a close
contest with the score
7-7 after eight of the
11 ends scheduled. On
the penultimate end the
score was 8-8. However,
Keating s team was able
to score two on the last
end to take the trophy.
e women s Champion
of Champion Triples
tournament will be played
at the Hokitika green
on Tuesday, with four
teams entered --- Karoro,
Blaketown, Cobden and
Hokitika. Skips are Mary
Keating, Colleen Lalor,
Sandra Skates and Marie
Kittyhawke finals in perfect conditions
of Nelson Weekly
e Crusaders have started the
2014 season on a winning note,
despite missing its superstar trio.
Dan Carter is on sabbatical, Richie
McCaw watched from the sideline
and Kieran Reid is still a few weeks
away from playing, but the red and
black men still got the job done
against the Highlanders in a pre-
season Super 15 match at a soggy
Sportspark Motueka last night.
e Crusaders ran in four tries ---
two from turnovers on their own
22 --- to secure a 28-15 win over
a Highlanders team that suffered
from too many turnovers. Played
over four 20 minute quarters, both
sides made plenty of substitutions.
It was the Crusaders who looked
more settled in their game, although
the Highlanders claimed a slight
edge at scrum time.
e match may have only been a
pre-season hit-out but the defence
was ferocious and it was still a
typical southern derby.
Rain fell for much of the day and
only managed to hold off for the first
half. As the rain fell in the second
so did the standard of ball handling,
the final quarter missing much of
the intensity of the first two.
Crusaders captain Ryan Crotty
said after the match that his team
felt fitter than in other years.
"We re ahead of where we have
been in past seasons. We re really
focused on the rugby side of things
and the boys are really fit. Energy is
good around the camp so things are
e game also marked the return of
former All Black Colin Slade to the
Crusaders set-up after playing the
last two seasons for the Highlanders.
Coming on the second half, Slade
set up the Crusaders final try with
a grubber kick for Kieran Fonotia to
slide on under the posts. His spell
at first five-eighth did not last long
though, with a knock to fullback
Israel Dagg forcing him from the
field and Slade back to fullback.
For the Highlanders, coach Jamie
Joseph said getting their hands on
the ball was a problem early in the
game. "Every time we looked like
scoring, they scored. But the second
half was a different half, I thought
we did well in the end." --- APNZ
Crusaders topple Highlanders
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ACROSS: 1 Smile, 4 Rooted to the spot, 14 Swami, 15 Plait, 16 Indictment,
17 Adept, 19 Lid, 20 Wriggle, 21 Guarantee, 22 Source, 25 Chastised, 27
Budget, 28 Permit, 33 Circuitous, 35 Elf, 36 Rasher, 37 Camp, 39 Foe, 41
Titanic, 42 Geneva, 43 Descended, 44 Ladle, 45 Shredded, 50 Go, 51
Mackerel, 55 Atoll, 58 Fleabites, 59 Adrift, 60 Wrapped, 61 Air, 63 Ruin, 64
Stroll, 65 Ilk, 66 Overflowed, 68 Region, 69 Unplug, 71 Activated, 76 Eyeing,
77 Macadamia, 79 Resolve, 81 Gel, 84 Angle, 85 Shortening, 86 Discs, 87
Needy, 88 Fall on hard times, 89 Amuse.
DOWN: 2 Molars, 3 Lying, 5 Owns, 6 Tribute, 7 Deters, 8 Ocean, 9
Hothead, 10 Stab, 11 Ocelot, 12 Fable, 13 Find out, 14 Stirrer, 18 Classified,
23 Pivot, 24 Seaside, 26 Hectare, 27 Buffalo, 29 Meander, 30 Finish, 31
Beret, 32 Persia, 34 Seer, 36 Ready, 38 Pedal, 40 Weak, 45 So far, 46
Reeking, 47 Debt, 48 Estate, 49 Loyal, 50 Glaring, 52 Cornflakes, 53
Explode, 54 Eyelet, 55 Astound, 56 Drake, 57 Afro, 62 Tepid, 67 Nosegay,
68 Rigging, 70 Liaison, 72 Chianti, 73 Enigma, 74 Carted, 75 Evicts, 76
Elver, 78 Aroma, 80 Opium, 82 Heal, 83 Knee.
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