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Selwyn Times: August 22, 2017

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18 Tuesday August 22 2017 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi SELWYN TIMES 21st - 27th August 2017 White Button Mushrooms 400g $ 11 99 kg Fresh NZ Lamb Shoulder Chops $ 3 99 pack $ 2 90 each Westgold Butter 400g $ 4 90 each Molenberg/Tip Top High Protein Bread 700g/ Giannis Pitas 8 Pack/Quality Bakers Muffins 6 Pack $ 4 50 each Signature Range Ice Cream 2L $ 9 50 $ 11 99 each kg Fresh Tegel NZ Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets $ 9 50 each Mainland Mild/Colby/Edam 1kg/Tasty 700g Cheese $ 16 79 pack Speight’s Gold Medal Ale/Summit 12 x 330ml Bottles $ 8 99 each Saints/Shingle Peak 750ml (Excludes Pinot Noir/Reserve) $ 3 50 each Just Juice/Citrus Tree Fruit Juice/Drink 2.4/2.8L FreshChoice Leeston 78 High Street, Leeston. Open 7am – 8pm, 7 days. FreshChoice.co.nz FreshChoiceNZ 324 3788 FreshChoice Leeston While stocks last at FreshChoice Leeston only. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Trade not supplied. Owned and operated by locals fcselwyn2208

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Tuesday August 22 2017 19 Busy time for Rolleston College ROLLESTON College students have been making the most of its thriving sports scene. Last term marked a busy time for the school. The school was excited to receive its first set of winter uniforms outfitting rugby, football, netball and basketball teams recently. Basketball is being played on Friday nights with Rolleston College represented with two boys teams playing in the Canterbury secondary schools year 9 competition. Both teams have had a successful season so far and are on track for making the semi-finals. The Rolleston College gym has come alive on Friday nights while hosting these games. Netball has been particularly successful in term two with the school’s A team competing in Canterbury secondary school competitions. Sports co-ordinator Carolyn Corbett said the B team plays all their netball in the Wednesday competition and has had some good results and have enjoyed playing together. A tournament team was picked to enter in the South Island secondary schools netball tournament. This was a historic occasion for Rolleston College as it was the first tournament entered by it. ACHIEVERS TEAM: Rolleston College’s rugby team. ​ SPORTS The girls played outstanding netball in some very trying conditions and finished in ninth in the South Island. The tournament attracted 32 teams from around the South Island and a top 10 finish in the first attempt is outstanding. Rugby played one off fixtures in term two. The boys have played games against combined year 9 and 10 teams from BUSINESSES ACHIEVERS SPORTS Rangiora, Ellesmere, Shirley Boys’ and Christchurch Boys’ High School. There was some great performances and a special occasion beating both Shirley Boys’ and CBHS on their home turf. Two teams competed in the in the Canterbury secondary schools football competition. Mrs Corbett said teams are enjoying the competition and are learning a great deal coming up against some strong opposition. Other achievements the school had recently was Willow Mountford who competed in trampolining finishing second in BUSINESSES the Canterbury championships. Meanwhile, Samantha Asher competed in both solo and team synchronised swimming finishing first place for her solo performance and second place in the team event. Mrs Corbett said the school looks forward to seeing what sporting achievements this term brings. “We will have some teams playing in secondary schools finals and a proposed trip to Marlborough Boys’ College for our boys rugby team,” she said. TALENTED: Synchronised swimmer Samantha Asher competed in synchronised swimming. SCHOOL ACTION: The school’s B basketball team. SCHOOLS SPORTS SCHOO SCHOO SPORT “LIFE’S SO RELAXED NOW” See Judy & Trevor’s story at summerset.co.nz “ I know if anything happens to Trevor, I will be looked after.” Judy and Trevor have recently moved into their Summerset retirement villa and say security was their main reason for the move. Judy was originally concerned she’d find the move from their home difficult. “The transition was a breeze in the end.” As well as the security they were after, they are enjoying the ease of life and sense of community at the village. “Everyone’s so friendly, every time you wander up the road, someone will stop for a chat.” Come and see why we love the life at Summerset Open Day 27 August, 10am-4pm Summerset at Wigram 135 Awatea Road, Christchurch Contact Anne Walker on 03 741 0872 or 022 639 2341 wigram.sales@summerset.co.nz Love the life SUM0674_18x8