Nor'West News: June 04, 2019



Tuesday June 4 2019

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BURNSIDE bowler Tayla

Bruce was named top young

player and best sportswoman

of the year at the Bowls

Canterbury awards.

Bruce, 24, was a member

of Burnside’s winning

interclub sevens team and

was runner-up in the centre

pairs and triples. She was also

a quarter-finalist at the Bowls

New Zealand national singles

championships and was

selected as a member of the

Bowls New Zealand national

high performance squad.

Bruce was part of the New

Zealand women’s triple and

fours teams which made it

to the quarter-finals at the

Commonwealth Games last


The awards ceremony was

held at the Hornby Working

Men’s Club. The sportsman

of the year award went to

Canterbury Bowling Club

2017 member Andrew Kelly.

The 30-year-old played a

huge role in Canterbury’s

victorious national intercentre

team by defeating current

world champion Shannon

McIlroy 25-24 in the singles.

He was also runner-up at the

Summerset national fours.

Elmwood Park members

were recognised as being the

most consistent performers.

Fiona Frew and Chris

Kibblewhite shared the

BIG NIGHT: Tayla Bruce was

named top young player and

sportswoman of the year at the

Bowls Canterbury awards.

consistent female player of

the year award, while Rod

Greaney was named consistent

male player of the year.

Fendalton Bowling Club’s

Sharon Wilson was named

administrator of the year.

She ensures Fendalton

is operating at the highest

standard by taking

on many roles within

the club, and was a

key part of getting

the Canterbury fives

tournament off the


The official of the

year award went to

Canterbury Bowling

Club 2017 member

Rosemary Murray.

She made herself

available for every

centre and champion of

champions event and for

representative events and

other tournaments. She

is also a vocal member of

the umpires’ association.

Meanwhile, Arjan

van Hasselt, of the

Burnside Bowling Club,

was named volunteer

of the year. Van Hasselt

is always behind-thescenes

working hard

to ensure the smooth

operation of the large

Burnside club. His

volunteer work includes

website maintenance, online

results, social media updates

and photography.

Award winners

•Team of the year

– Canterbury men’s

intercentre team.


•Administrator of the

year – Sharon Wilson


Official of the year

– Rosemary Murray

(Canterbury 2017).

•Greenkeeper of

the year – Stu Dalley

(Christchurch and


•Coach of the year –

Darryl Hawker.

•Volunteer of the

year – Arjan van Hasselt


•Club of the year – New

Brighton Bowling Club.

•Consistent female

player of the year –

Fiona Frew and Chris

Kibblewhite (Elmwood


•Consistent male player

of the year – Rod Greaney

(Elmwood Park)

•Young player of

the year: Tayla Bruce


•Most improved player

of the year – Logan Dunn


•Sportsman of the year –

Andrew Kelly (Canterbury


•Sportswoman of

the year – Tayla Bruce


Chefs bring their Asian

flair to Christchurch

You don’t need to travel the world to get the exotic flavours

of Asia - you can get them all right here in Christchurch.


Commi and Hoi An House have found chefs from

all corners of Asia including Thailand, Vietnam, the

Phillipines and Malaysia. These chefs have brought

the best from their homelands and added others to

create delicious dishes for you to enjoy.

Hoi An House has been operating for a year at its

site in Halswell. Here you will find a restaurant with

intimate spaces, an 80-person function room and

beautiful garden terrace. The signature Vietnamese

pancakes with fresh herbs, salad, pork and prawns

will have you coming back for more.

Both restaurants take pride in the quality of

ingredients and the preparation made in compliant

and sustainable ways. You can even learn some of

the dishes yourself as they also operate the Asian

Garden Cooking School.

Delicious Asian Cuisine offered at two unique restaurants

Enjoy this cuisine?

Check out the Asian

Garden Cooking School

Thai and Vietnamese cuisine

$15 lunch menu from 12pm-2.30pm, Wed to Sun. Takeaways available.

265 Halswell Road, Halswell | 03 260 1799

Asian street food at its best!

Family friendly. All meals under $20. No bookings required.

145D Colombo Street, Beckenham | 03 366 8844

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