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Selwyn Times: August 16, 2016

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14 Tuesday August 16 2016 SELWYN TIMES Lincoln looking for place in football final LINCOLN HIGH School can book their place in the final of the Connetics First XI football competition tomorrow when they meet Middleton Grange in the semi-finals at English Park. The winner will play the either Cashmere High School or Burnside High School who meet in the other semi-final which follows the Lincoln, Middleton match. Lincoln had completely dominated the competition up until last week. They went into last Wednesday’s final round-robin match against Middleton at English Park unbeaten and in the possession of the Connetics Shield, Canterbury secondary school’s football equivalent of the Ranfurly Shield. With the scores locked at nilall with less than five minutes to play Middleton midfielder Hirokazu Sanada hit the shot of his life, scoring from just inside the Lincoln Half to win the game for Middleton. “It was unbelievable, he launched about a 50m bullet,” said Lincoln manager Richard James. The two teams will meet for ON THE ATTACK: Luke Fowler (on the ball) has been instrumental in Lincoln’s success, leading the team with 17 goals this season. ​ the second time in a week, however, much more is now at stake. “We’ve got the chance to rectify last week if we beat Middleton. We’re also motivated because if we do that then we can say we’ve beaten every team in the competition,” says James. Although Lincoln were gutted to lose the Connetics Shield and finish the round-robin with a loss to their name, bringing home the first XI competition will certainly put that at the back of their mind. There will be even more on the line for Lincoln at the end of the month. They will be SPORTS Canterbury’s only representative in the top 16 national secondary school tournament in Papamoa, Tauranga. It will also be the school’s first appearance in the top-16 pool stage. They face a tough job to advance from their group. They will play Auckland’s top side Sacred Heart College who are coached by former All-White defender Danny Hay. Mt Albert Grammar and New Plymouth Boys’ High School are also in their group. Lincoln’s semi-final against Middleton will take place tomorrow at English Park, kick-off is at 3.45pm. Shamrocks finish season on a high THE PREBBLETON Shamrocks have won the third division of the CSSL competition, finishing the season unbeaten. The team finished with a 3-0 over Avonhead on August 7, completing a dominant season, they did not concede a single goal in their final eight games. The Shamrocks scored 55 goals and conceded just 13 to finish with a goal differential of 42. The next best was Lyttleton FC with 17. The team will go up to second division next year and look forward to the challenge ahead. Last year the team did not win one game, making for a huge turnaround in the space of just 12 months. Your place to meet, discover and connect Free JP Service Available Do you need the FREE services of a Justice of the Peace? A JP is available at: · Rolleston Library – Mondays, 12-2pm · Lincoln Library and Service Centre – Tuesdays, 10am-1pm JPs can help you with: · Witnessing signatures on documents · Certifying copies of documents · Taking oaths, declarations, affidavits or affirmations · Applications for marriage or civil union dissolution · Citizenship applications · Sponsorship applications www.selwynlibraries.co.nz

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday August 16 2016 15 SPORTS Rolleston A were too strong for Halswell Rugby League B in the latest round of the Selwyn Premier Netball competition. Rolleston dominated from start to finish in the one-sided display which saw them run out to an eventual 69-23 victory. Other results from Saturday saw competition leaders Lincoln A maintain their unbeaten run with a 59-29 win over Halswell Rugby League A. Meanwhile, Broadfield A defeated Greenpark A 65-47. Lincoln lead the competition on 16 points, Rolleston are second with 12. QUICK HANDS: Rolleston’s Dakotah Bishop gets to the ball before Halswell’s Tylie McMillan DEFLECTION: Haswell’s Hannah Patten look’s to intercept a ball destined for Rolleston’s Lauren Robb. CENTRE PASS: Rolleston’s Nicole Davidson begins an attack. PERFECT PASS: Sarah Ormandy of Halswell gathers the ball and evades the defence of Sophie Shingleton. SURVEYING: Jess Shaw searches for an outlet. FAST PACED: Halswell’s Ashleigh Mulholland gathers and looks for options. ON THE FRONT FOOT: Josephine Turnball receives the ball on the move. NEW SERVICED APARTMENTS – READY SOON Artist’s impression summerset.co.nz Looking for the perfect home for Mum or Dad? Summerset at Wigram is now pre-selling brand new serviced apartments that could suit them perfectly. A home where they can enjoy independent living in a spacious apartment with meal and housekeeping services available and friendly, helpful staff on hand if needed. These new apartments, located in the Village Centre are available to move into soon, so get in quick while you have the chance to pick one that suits you. Whether it’s sunny living areas, great views or proximity to the new village centre you’re after, the choice is yours. Call Anne to find out more. * Licence to Occupy Serviced apartments pre-selling now Priced from $250,000 (LTO) * Summerset at Wigram 135 Awatea Road, Christchurch Contact Anne Walker on 03 741 0872 wigram.sales@summerset.co.nz Love the life WORK6745