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Selwyn Times: August 30, 2016

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18 Tuesday August 30 2016 SPORTS SELWYN TIMES “What ” It’s athletes’ – – – – – – CHAMPIONS: Lincoln won the Connetics premier first XI competition after defeating Cashmere 1-0 at English Park. ​ Lincoln win title LINCOLN HIGH School have been crowned the city’s first XI champions after defeating Cashmere High School 2-1 in the final of the premier competition at English park last week. Lincoln won 13 of their 14 round-robin games, conceding just nine goals. AUGUST 27 A wet and cold morning led to a smaller field at the day’s meeting, which was established by the course convener setting the pin positions in the most difficult place on each green. The men played a stroke round, while the ladies played a hidden They finished with a goal difference of 51. Hami Davey-Brown starred for Lincoln in the final. He scored midway through the first half to give his side a 1-0 lead. With the scores locked at one all late in the game, he scored the winner from just inside Ellesmere golf results Looking Back holes Stableford. Ladies: Jane Pangborne 38pts, 1; Jeanette Allen 32pts, 2. Men’s division 1: James Barclay nett 69, 1; Peter Burnett nett 70, 2. Men’s division 2: Simon McCormick nett 70, 1; John Templeton nett 72, 2; Paul Ward nett 74 the penalty area to win the title. The trophy adds to the league title they won after finishing the round-robin in first position. Lincoln’s attentions are now on the national football tournament, taking place in Tauranga this week. ocb, 3; Grant Clausen nett 74, 4; Geoff Wylie nett 75 ocb, 5. Twos: Hole 11 Geoff Wylie; hole 14 James Barclay. Nearest the pin: Hole 2 Geoff Wylie; hole 11 Heather McKimmie. Nett eagles: Not struck. SCHOOL HOUSE: An old Lincoln Primary School building, which was demolished in 1973. Date of the photo unknown. *Heritage photos supplied by Selwyn libraries on behalf of the Lincoln and Districts Historical Society. If you have any information about this photo, please contact the library via

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday August 30 2016 19 News Owning a husky requires dedication Scott Bamford is the host of CTV’s Rural New Zealand. Watch Rural New Zealand, brought to you by Carrfields, Wednesdays at 7.30pm on CTV Freeview channel 40, live and on demand at ctv. • By Scott Bamford THIS WINTER, at least one husky a week is arriving at the West Melton branch of Husky Rescue NZ, the company re-homing abandoned or unwanted huskies. This season is shaping up to be the worst in the company’s seven-year history. Although many of the unwanted dogs come from Auckland, Husky Rescue NZ has experienced an influx of huskies from Christchurch. “We do always have dogs from Christchurch … it’s pretty much one dog a week from Canterbury. It’s the worst winter we’ve ever had,” Husky Rescue NZ founder Michelle Attwood said. The siberian husky is known to be a hands-on breed. Ms Attwood said a minimum exercise routine of 5km a day is WALKIES. Two Husky Rescue NZ dogs out for a dry-land scooter journey. ​ needed to keep them healthy. “In summer, that means [running or walking] very late at night, or early in the morning, to avoid those 20 deg C temperatures.” Huskies also require seasonally intense fur maintenance, a lot of entertainment and a firm understanding of who sets the rules, she said. “If the owner fails to establish their position as leader, the husky, with its strong pack mentality, will become the pack leader instead and be almost impossible to control,” Ms Attwood said. Many people will purchase a husky before understanding the dog’s needs and then give up when the job becomes too hard, she said. “[Owners] say: ‘Oh well, it jumped a six-foot fence, it ate the neighbour’s cat and it won’t come back when it’s called’ … Those are all just standard husky traits.” Ms Attwood reported reoccurring problems from irresponsible breeders. “We’ve had over 12 dogs from just one backyard breeder … time and time again we are seeing the same problem dogs from the same problem breeders,” she said. The rescue centre caters to huskies through a combination of pack-like living arrangements and dry-land scootering and sledding. “They do really well at the CHILLING. Christos Merentitis and his husky Max enjoying some down time. sport and they love it, getting them to stop running is the hardest part,” Ms Attwood said. Husky owner Christos Merentitis adopted his pet Max about three years ago. Strict training and constant exercise is what helped Max become a beloved member of the family. “I got Max when he was 10-months-old. A lot of trainers said that was too late to correct bad habits, but you’ve just got to keep on top of it and actually want to see a change in your dog . . . take them for a huge run, and then do 10 minutes of training – when they are too tired to be cheeky or disagree with you,” he said. THE HOME OF GOOD BAKING Father’s Day Sunday 4th September FAMILY APPLE PIE $ 3.99 EA SAVE $2.50 DAILY BREAD White, Wheatmeal, Grain NO LIMIT! ONLY 99 C EA CITRUS SLICE Delicious citrus based fudge slice - light and zesty with oranges and lemons. ONLY WHITE OR GRAIN & HONEY ROLLS $ 349 6PK $ ONLY EA 1 99 Classic long rolls - perfect for lunch boxes. MILK Dairy Dale 2L varieties. $ 5 98 2 FOR or $3.19 each FAMILY MINCE & VEGE PIE $ 4 99 EA Promotional pricing available while stocks last from 29/08/16 to 04/09/16. Images are serving suggestions only. Open 7 days | 8 Convenient local locations Hornby • Barrington • Ferry Rd • Papanui • Riccarton • Upper Riccarton • New Brighton • Rangiora BAKERIES