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Selwyn Times: August 22, 2017

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16 Tuesday August 22 2017 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi SELWYN TIMES SPORTS OVER HERE: Lincoln’s Tyler Rollo spots goal attack Charlotte Robb down court. EYES UP: Greenpark’s Terri Hawkins takes the ball on the move and looks for options. PHOTOS: KAREN CASEY SCRAMBLE: Char Porima, Zylie Sullivan and Kali Zygmant race for a loose ball. Lincoln revel in 14th straight • By Gordon Findlater LINCOLN CONTINUED their remarkable unbeaten run to account for Greenpark 68-55 in a top of the table clash at the weekend. Both Lincoln and Greenpark came into Saturday’s match at the Lincoln Event Centre unbeaten in the third round of the Selwyn Netball Centre premier senior competition. Lincoln showed the same class in the 13 point victory which has seen them win the opening two rounds of the competition. The win was Lincoln’s 14th straight this season. They can now seal the third and final round-robin of the season with a win over Halswell Rugby League on Saturday. Meanwhile, Lincoln could soon face the prospect of having two teams in the premier one competition after Lincoln B claimed victory over West Melton B to put them at the top of premier two. Lincoln B will face Burnham, who are tied on points with them, in a decider on Saturday. Results: Premier one: Lincoln 68, Greenpark 55; MINE: Lincoln’s Tyler Rollo gets ready to take a well-placed pass. Southbridge 48, West Melton 30; Broadfield 69, Haslwell RL 36. Premier two: Lincoln B 47, West Melton B 37; Rolleston 47, Prebbleton 26; Dunsandel 32, Burnham 29. Points: Premier one: Lincoln 16pts, 1; Greenpark 12pts, 2; Broadfield 8pts, 3; Southbridge 8pts, 4; Halswell RL 4pts, 5; West Melton 0pts, 6. Premier two: Lincoln B 13pts, 1; Burnham 13pts, 2; Rolleston 12pts, 3; Dunsandel 10pts, 4; Prebbleton 2pts, 5; West Melton B 2pts, 6. The magazine for gardeners who like To geT Their hands dirTy www.gardener.kiwi 100% CAR REMOVALS $$CASH PAID$$ CARS, VANS, UTES & 4X4 WANTED NZ OWNED AND OPERATED FOR 24 YEARS We use world class vehicle depollution systems 0800 8200 600 www.pickapart.co.nz LAwyERS We have over 40 years’ experience to assist you with… • Buying and Selling Houses and Commercial Property • Wills, Trusts and Estate matters • All issues facing you and your business; • Employment Law matters; • Traffic matters; • Advice regarding Retirement Villages • General Legal Advice on all matters Call John, Brendan or Andrew today 03 366 8996 Email. lawyers@mclegal.co.nz Airport Business Park 92 Russley Road, Christchurch 8042

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Tuesday August 22 2017 17 GET IN: Terri Hawkins and Hannah Wilson watch as the ball hangs on the hoop. Charlotte Robb (right) focuses on taking the ball in the shooting circle. victory of the season Lincoln rugby prize-giving AFTER A busy season the Lincoln Rugby Football Club held their prize-giving last weekend at the Lincoln Event Centre’s Baylis Lounge and was enjoyed by all in attendance. List of award winners. Division one: • Player of the year: Lenny Vanderveld • Most improved back: Brad Mavor • Most improved forward: Henry McManus • All rounder: Graeme Greenslade • Team man: Michael Bendall • Players’ player of the year: Scott Edmonds • Rookie of the year: Jaden Verryt Division two: • Player of the year: Chris Greenslade • Most improved forward: Kurtis Boyd • Most improved back: Dayne Paton • All rounder: Jeff Lancaster • Players player: Lachlan Wood Colts: • Player of the year: Sam Grigg • Most improved back: Will Taylor ACHIEVERS • Most improved forward: Samuel Wilson Under 18: • Player of the year: Jackson Brown • Forward of the year: Will Wroe • Back of the year: Keenan Winter • Most improved player: Joe Coleman • Players’ player of the year: Jackson Brown Club trophies: • Senior grade – most tries: Harry Clinton-Baker • Junior grade – most tries: Clinton Le Roux • Most improved prop – all grades: Sam Wilson • Manager of the year: Randell Townsend • Coach of the year: Tom Hooper and Mike Kingston • Team of the year: Under 14.5 ACHIEVERS Singles tie up annual rugby match SPORTS DESPERATION: Greenpark’s Hannah Paddon and Lincoln’s Char Porima both leap for the ball. • By Gordon Findlater THE SINGLE men had more game than the married men, taking out the Dunsandel/ Irwell Rugby Football Club’s annual married v singles match 39-26 on Friday night. The match is a traditional end of season fixture for the club and has seen the single and married men battle for a shield over the years. The game consists of players and coaches from the SPORTS division one to the division three sides. Rather than seeking interest for the game a text message was sent out by this year’s organiser Justin Wolff. “There’s a few guys that are now married who were playing on the other side over the past few seasons. Some of BUSINESSES the single boys looked across thinking really? There’s some quite young fellas who are now in the married side,” said club vice president Darcey Roberts. The married team are hoping to claim back the shield next year with the idea they can gain a few new recruits. Meanwhile, the singles are believed to be equally hopeful of gaining a couple of numbers through divorce. BUSINESSES ELLESMERE COLLEGE COMMONWEALTH GAMES TRIP In April 2018, ten Ellesmere College students will be travelling to see the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. The trip is directly linked to their Year 13 NCEA Level 3 Physical Education course work where the students study a current physical activity event and its impact on society. The students will have the opportunity to watch events such as the rowing, track and field, netball, rugby, diving and more. While this is an exciting opportunity to see international sport competed at the highest level, the benefits to the students are much bigger than that. This will be an unforgettable trip which will provide adventure, challenge, personal growth and inspiration. The organising, team work, budgeting and planning has begun as the group have been working hard, alongside their usual weekend jobs, on fundraising events including quiz nights, catering, selling pea straw and pumpkin picking. Plans are also in progress for a stall at the Ellesmere Show. The generous spirit of local community has shown itself again with a number of local businesses supporting the students in the form of individual sponsorship. The students and their families would like to express a huge thank you for the help and support of these sponsors whose generosity is very much appreciated. Many thanks to the following sponsors and our community for helping us go on this amazing trip SaM FORwaRd HEAD Of HEAltH AND PE sPONsORED BY kiM thOMaS Asst HEAD Of HEAltH AND PE sPONsORED BY EvE wELLBY sPONsORED BY CLaiRE LaMBiE sPONsORED BY OLivia haRkERSS sPONsORED BY pip pEndERGaSt sPONsORED BY SEan LEMOn sPONsORED BY SOphiE aLLan sPONsORED BY BEn MCEwan sPONsORED BY wiLLiaM O’haGan sPONsORED BY MEL pOOLE sPONsORED BY iain wRiGht sPONsORED BY