North Harbour News : August 31st 2012
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Notices of motions and nominations for the position of-: • President • Vice President and • Executive Committee Must be in the hands of the Secretary by Friday 5th October 2012 at 5pm. Forms available from the clubrooms Phone 478-8033 S Haslam Public Notices www.northharbournews.co.nz 11 NORTH HARBOUR NEWS, AUGUST 31, 2012 SPORT A Boon to Waikato By KERRY GALLAGHER Premiership quality: Waikato's Kalem Chan Boon celebrates his try during their NPC rugby match between North Harbour and Waikato at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland. Photo: MICHAEL BRADLEY After Waikato had knocked the stuffing out of North Harbour with a second half scoring burst in the ITM cup rugby opener, Silverdale hooker Kalem Chan Boon scored the final try of the match -- for Wai- kato. Chan Boon had an out- standing season for the Silverdale Seahawks in North Harbour Premier Rugby as the team made the final for the second consecutive year. He had then been rec- ommended to North Har- bour, but was not picked -- even for their wider training squad. He is also a former Marist player in the Wai- kato competition though, and last year s Premier- ship runners-up snapped him up when it was clear he was available. So as Waikato beat North Harbour 42-22 in an ITM opener at Albany s North Harbour Stadium on Sunday, Chan Boon came on as a replacement. Then he scored the final try of the match. Another Silverdale player in the match was North Harbour centre Corey Aporo, who also had fine game, making at least two telling breaks that nearly led to tries. Silverdale coach Charlie McAlister says Chan Boon was the out- standing hooker in the North Harbour compe- tition this season. He was an outstand- ing contributor on and off the field, but mainly a very popular team mem- ber, McAlister says. None of us at Silver- dale are surprised by his involvement with the Waikato team. Meanwhile, the com- petition does not get any easier for North Harbour in the short term. Their next match is against defending prem- iership champions Can- terbury in Christchurch tomorrow. That match kicks off at 2.35pm at AMI Stadium. New generation revs up race Motoring man: Haydn Mackenzie is back racing with the new generation NZV8 chassis, demonstrated last season. Photo: GEOFF RIDDER NZV8 stalwart Haydn Mackenzie of Red Beach has entered his new generation FG Falcon in the V8 Challenge Cup support races for the NZSuperTourer endur- ance races at Taupo this weekend. The car was paraded around the circuits as chassis No 1 of the new generation NZV8s dur- ing the past racing sea- son. The V8 Challenge Cup regulations allow the new generation cars to compete in the V8 Chal- lenge Cup, but they have to run on the same engine as the NZV8s. We decided to run in the V8 Challenge Cup races because it will give us a good opportunity to sort out the new chassis under racing conditions, Mackenzie s father Andrew says. It is also a good opportunity for Haydn to get some racing mileage under his belt after his non-racing accident towards the end of last season. Mackenzie missed the Hamilton NZV8 races after breaking his leg. We have made this decision after listening to the recent NZV8 infor- mation meeting at Hampton Downs when it was apparent that there was still plenty of con- fusion as to whether a good value NZV8 cham- pionship series can be put together for this coming racing season, Andrew says. Haydn and I love racing V8s and want to get on with something worthwhile as soon as possible. We will take both our new car and the old one to Taupo and test them both. There are a number of issues with the new car that need to be tested and sorted, especially in reference to the new chassis having been engineered around an 18 inch wheel, whereas we are having to go back to a 17 inch wheel and a new brand of tyre. So whichever car is better to drive there, we will run it. Haydn and I would like to thank our spon- sors who have stuck with us during this difficult period -- Radio Sport, Castrol, Toyota Finan- cial Services, Albany Toyota, Albany Village Firestone and Wurth. Young player shoots up golf ranks Rankings boost: World No 1 amateur women's golfer Lydia Ko. Teenage golfing sen- sation Lydia Ko has shot up 140 places to No 45 in the world after her Can- adian Open victory. The 15-year-old Albany resident is the world s No 1 ranked amateur, and has been playing with that status in professional tourna- ments. If she were profes- sional, her win at the Vancouver Golf Club would have netted her about NZ$370,000. The number of points available at tournaments depends on the event and strength of the field. At Vancouver, 48 of the top 50 players were present, meaning a heap of points on offer. In all, Ko has played 10 professional tourna- ments and is yet to miss the cut in any of them. She now has 88.43 points in the world rank- ings, at an average of 2.53 per event. Taiwan s Yani Tseng, who has been world No 1 for the past 81 weeks, averages 14.32 points per event. But those averages are taken over 35 tourna- ments. If Ko s ranking was taken over just her 10 tournaments, her average would come out at 8.843 and place her second behind Tseng. Ko will next play the British Women s Open in Liverpool, which begins on September 13, then the World Amateur Championship in Turkey from September 27. She is now a leading contender for honours at this year s Halberg Sports Awards.
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