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SOUTHERN VIEW Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Tuesday July 9 2019 9 Boxing runs in the blood for Woolston club members • By Gordon Findlater YOUNG WOOLSTON Boxing Club members Hamuera Tainui and Ryley Sutherland both won titles at the New Zealand Golden Gloves in Rotorua. The pair backed up their recent South Island Golden Gloves titles by defeating their North Island equivalents to claim national honours. Tainui took the 66kg junior title, while Sutherland won the 48kg cadet title. Both have close family ties to the sport. Tainui’s father and uncle both boxed for Woolston, while Sutherland has been coached by his father since the age of nine. Said Lance Sutherland: “He just really clicked . . . I think the reason he’s had success is because he enjoys it and he hasn’t got any pressure. He’s got heaps of support and a really good team at Woolston.” Titles were also won by Canterbury boxers Kwahli Beauchamp and Daniel Meehan from the Smiling Tigers club. Beauchamp won the cadet 40kg title, while Meehan won the junior 60kg title. All four Canterbury boxers have also been selected in the New Zealand junior development squad following the Golden Gloves. The squad will travel to Australia later in the year. “They’ve actually started YOUNG GUNS: Ryley Sutherland and Hamuera Tainui won New Zealand Golden Glove titles in Rotorua. concentrating on the juniors as well which is really good . . . this is the first time in a very long time that they’ve sent away a good size squad like this, it’s going to be great and a good sign of things to come I think,” said Smiling Tigers coach Mark Fuller. “All of those four boys have been around a wee while now, they’re only young, but they’ve got quite a bit of experience and they’re only going to get better with what the Canterbury association is doing to support them.” SPORT Cashmere first XI reach eighth national competition in a row • By Jacob Page CASHMERE HIGH School’s first XI football team have qualified for the national competition for the eighth consecutive year – the longest active streak by a Canterbury secondary school. Co-coach Tom Wilkinson said it was a great achievement for not only the 2019 squad, but also the school to be able to blood new players to continue to build depth each year, “We are proud of our record of qualifying for nationals, it’s something that we lay down as a challenge at the start of the year to the boys and it is a driving force,” he said. “Secondary school sport is very cyclical so eight years in a row is something we are proud of.” The national secondary school competition will be held in Napier in September, The team’s best finish at the national championships is 11th in 2016 and the team currently sits second in the Canterbury competition. “We have a strong working relationship with Cashmere Technical and I coach the academy team there,” Wilkinson said. He said co-coach Craig Squire and former coach Grant Eden have been integral in ensuring players had a pathway from TALENT: The Cashmere High first XI will look to make their mark at their eighth consecutive national competition in September. Cashmere High School through to Cashmere Technical. Wilkinson said the 2019 team are youthful and determined. “We had seven year 13s move on last year but we still have a good mix of youth and experience. “Our captain Tom Chretien has been crucial for us as has Declan Tyndall.” Wilkinson said the team often struggled to deal with the physical nature of North Island schools, which is a common theme for Canterbury schools. “We often hand out awards for goals scored with our heads at corners,” he said. “We play a technical style of football here but the physical stuff can take time.” QEII Panel beater/trainee manager & sPray Painter Positions available We have a great opportunity for two people that are trust worthy, reliable and can demonstrate team leader qualities. Must be a qualified panel beater or painter for no less than 5 years and hold a current Automotive Steel, MIG Welding Qualification and be a confident Structural repairer. Please forward your CV with minimum 3 contactable referees to email@example.com with the subject line ‘Confidential’. Avonside Girls & Shirley Boys High School Travis Road We are here Bower Ave Rookwood Ave oPening hours Monday 8am – 5pm Tuesday 8am – 5pm Wednesday 8am – 5pm Thursday 8am – 5pm Friday 8am – 4.30pm 302 Travis Road, North New Brighton, Christchurch | P: 03 388 5187 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org