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SELWYN TIMES Tuesday September 27 2016 17 SPORTS “What be?” BLAZING SKIS: Fastest overall year 1-6 team, Springfield School pupils Hamish Henderson, Michael Weber, Obie Simper and Jordan Yaxley. Springfield wins ski derby • By Springfield School pupil Tor Chiles ON SEPTEMBER 14, the primary and intermediate local school derby ski championships were held at Porters Ski Area. Everyone in the race had a good go and tried their best. It was well run and time went quickly. After the races ended there were two hours to have a free ski, lunch and time for the staff to work out the results. When it was time for the prizegiving, everyone gathered in the cafe. Almost every gold medal in years 1-6 was given to Springfield and the school ski team were able to reclaim the trophy they won in 2015 for another year. don’t people’s “Managing Sport” whānau ON THE BALL: New Zealand’s Davis Cup tennis captain Alistair Hunt, team member Finn Tearney and Olympian Michael Venus visited Terrace Downs Resort recently to attend a special event for children. The children, who came from the Darfield, Methven and Ashburton areas, played on the newly renovated plexipave tennis court. Resort general manager Koji Kawamata said the children had been nervous about meeting the tennis stars at first but soon warmed up and learned a lot from them. “After 10 minutes they were really excited,” he said. Terrace Downs Resort has recently been signed up as the Davis Cup team’s naming rights sponsor for the second year in a row.