24 Wednesday March 28 2018 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi LINCOLN & LEESTON sweet aS! Easter essentials Whether you’re getting together with family or catching up with mates, these Super Liquor specials will go down a treat! Hop to it... $ 1299 each when or you buy6 more $ 1399 each when or you buy2 more $14 99 each SELWYN TIMES Choose from Allan Scott, Taylors Estate , Church Road, Wither Hills Ranges or Brown Brothers Prosecco 750ml. Some exclusions apply SINGLE BOTTLES 2for $ 66! or from $34.99 each SELAKS THE TASTE COLLECTION 750ml Includes Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Rosé, Pinot Gris MATAWHERO 750ml Includes Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Rosé, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Gewurztraminer $ 19 99 $ 16 99 $ 21 99 Choose from 1 Litre Kahlúa, Malibu, Coruba, Baileys, Smirnoff Red, St Rémy, Gordon’s, Bell's Whisky or 700ml El Jimador, Jim Beam Black, Jack Daniel's LINDAUER 750ml Includes Enlighten Range $ 9 99 DEUTZ 750ml CANADIAN CLUB & DRY or JIM BEAM & COLA 10 x 330ml Cans, 4.8% top beer pickS under $20! JIM BEAM or CANADIAN CLUB Includes Spiced 1 Litre HOT DEAL! $ 36 99 each $ 19 99 each $ 19 99 each CHIVAS REGAL 12YO 700ml JAMESON or TANQUERAY 1 Litre $ 47 99 each $ 47 99 each $ 64 99 $ 69 99 CORUBA & COLA 10 x 330ml Bottles, 5% SMIRNOFF ICE DOUBLE BLACK $ 24 99 CODY'S & COLA 10 x 300ml Bottles, 7% each 18 x 250ml Cans, 7% WOODSTOCK & COLA LONG WHITE 18 x 250ml Cans, 7% 10 x 320ml Bottles, 4.8% 18 x 330ml Bottles, 5% BILLY MAVERICK & COLA MIST WOOD $ $ 21 99 $ 29 99 12 x 250ml Cans, 7% 10 x 320ml Bottles, 5% each 24 99 each MONTEITH'S RANGE 12 x 330ml Bottles $ 24 99 PATRÓN XO CAFE, THE KRAKEN or WOODFORD RESERVE 700ml HEINEKEN 12 x 330ml Bottles $ 24 99 GLENFIDDICH 12YO 700ml SCRUMPY 1.25 Litre Bottle $ 9 99 same drop different name! Scapegrace is the 18th century word for rogue SCAPEGRACE 700ml ORCHARD THIEVES 500ml Bottle $ 3 99 CORONA 10 x 355ml Cans LION BROWN 18 x 330ml Cans KRONENBOURG, SPEIGHT'S MID ALE, STEINLAGER PURE or TIGER 12 x 330ml Bottles MAC’S RANGE 6 x 330ml Bottles $ 12 99 STEINLAGER CLASSIC 18 x 330ml Bottles $ 29 99 DB DRAUGHT, TUI or DB EXPORT GOLD 15 x 330ml Bottles $ 24 99 each LION RED, WAIKATO, SUMMIT or SPEIGHT’S 24 x 330ml Bottles $ 34 99 each Super Liquor Leeston • 68 High St - Leeston • Ph 03 324 4333 Super Liquor Lincoln • 5c Gerald St - Lincoln • Ph 03 325 7360 Offers valid Monday 26th March to Sunday 8th April while stocks last. Limits may apply. Trade not supplied.
SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Wednesday March 28 2018 25 WEAPON: Dan Ede scored twice for Selwyn United on Saturday. EFFORT: Tom Bryne stretches to keep the ball in play in front of his home support. Goals come easily for Selwyn United • By Gordon Findlater SELWYN UNITED are quickly becoming the most entertaining club in the Mainland Premier League after two dramatic matches to start the season at Foster Park. THe Stallions have scored more goals than any other team after two rounds but have also conceded more than any other club. On Saturday they trailed MPL champions Ferrymead Bays 1-5 in the first half. With just minutes to play they found themselves with a 6-5 lead before Michael Forshaw scored for Bays to level the match in added time. Bays stormed out to and early lead with goals to Ciaran Ahearn, Jordan Halligan, Mark Peers. Forshaw then grabbed two goals within a minute. Selwyn’s Dan Ede pulled a goal back for the Stallions before Jamie Carrodus reduced the margin to 2-5 just before the half-time break. Selwyn continued their fightback with three goals in three goals in six minutes to Aiden Barbour-Ryan, Hami Davey- Brown and Ede to lock the score at 5-5. Selwyn took the lead for the first in the match courtesy of a Bays own goal. “We showed them a little bit too much respect in the first half and if you show a side like Bays respect they’ll punish you,” said Selwyn coach Lee Padmore. The draw gave Selwyn their first points in the MPL. However, the team are understandably disappointed to have just one point to their name after holding late leads in both their opening two games. In week one they lead Coastal Spirit 3-1 before conceding three times in seven minutes. “What’s frustrating is that we’re three minutes across two games from having six points and we’ve ended up with one,” said Padmore. “It’s something the boys have got to learn from, to play for the full 90-plus minutes.” Selwyn face a double header over Easter weekend. They travel to FC Twenty11 on Friday before returning to Foster Park to play Nelson Suburbs on Monday. MPL round two results: Selwyn 6 (Dan Ede 2, Jamie Carradus, Aidan Barbour-Ryan, Hami Davey-Brown, own goal) Ferrymead Bays 6 (Michael Forshaw 3, Ciaran Ahearn, Jordan Halligan, Mark Peers) HT 2 - 5 Nomads 3 (Liam Thompson, Nishan Biswa, Cameron Bartlett) FC Twenty11 4 (Callum Smith 2, Taylor Catlow, Ryan Nicholson) HT 1 - 1 Universities 3 (Sam Howes 2, Luis Paul) Nelson Suburbs 4 (Eddie Sillars 2, Ryan Stweart, James McClay) HT 0 - 1 Cashmere Technical 0 Coastal Spirit 0 DEFENDER: Jack Allatt plays the ball. SPORTS TECHNIQUE: Troy Pennycuick stays focused as he strikes the ball. PHOTOS: KAREN CASEY GET UP: Tom Bryne rises high to win a header. GOAL SCORER: Jamie Carrodus looks to run onto the ball. DETERMINED: Joe Arnott wins a 50/50 ball. •More sport, p27