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32 Renfrew St, Balclutha $129,000
"Looking For A BIG House?"
Look no further. This home has 4 large bedrooms, ideal for the
kids' "own space". Open lounge/dining areas with the fire on
wetback. Off here is the galley style kitchen.
The bathroom is tidy and has a shower over the bath.
The laundry room is separate as is the w/c. A small deck
at the back of the home captures great sun. Set on
approx 506m2 in a central location for schools & shops.
Currently tenanted at $180 per week.
Open Home: Sunday 17th at 2.45pm -- 32 Renfrew St.
Fulltime with Norman Woods
Kaka Point in
Top work from the Kaka
Point Surf Lifesaving
club's IRB under-21 crew.
The crew of Hayden Gold,
Matt Kuiti, Luke Kuiti, Tyler Ford
and Michael Kuiti won the Otago
top prize in a series of races held
over recent weeks. They also
competed well in the South Island
championships and will now
travel to the national
championships at Waipu Cove,
Northland, in two weeks' time.
Balclutha Golf Club held their
round table tournament, with
proceeds going to search and
Winners: Reg Haar and Paul
Runners-up: Peter Ross and Alan
Longest drive, Men: Jeff Bisset.
Longest drive, Women: Julie
Nearest to pin: Men, Aaron Smith;
Women: Julie Allington;
Straight Drive: Lindsay Bell.
Results from Kaitangata Golf Club
medal round played on Saturday.
Men: Tim Tourell 79-13=66, Laurie
Carson 88-22=66, Denis
VanderHilst 85-19=66, Mac Oliver
Ladies Stablefords: Liz Oliver 41,
Annette Daumann 36.
Balclutha Ladies Golf Club medal
round: Gay Edwards 81-16=65,
Pauline Ellis 93-23=70.
Stablefords: Noeline Muir 40,
Pauline Ellis 40, June Tannah 40.
Nine Holes: Roma Duncan
Shealagh Thompson Cup: Gaye
Edwards 203, Pauline Ellis 206,
June Tunnah 206;
Clinton men's golf results,
March 9 -- Medal &1st Qualifying
W Erickson, 81-16-65 nett;
J Alexander, 91-25-66;
C Macfie, 84-17-67;
E Young, 86-19-67.
SBS Bank Nearest Pin;W
Clinton Ladies golf results March
0-28.4: S Culbertson 96-27-69, J
28.4-40: K Dodds 107-39-68, A
40.1-54: J Noah 120-51-69, S
Putting: J Ritchie 30, J Noah 32.
SBS Bank Nearest Pin; S
Kaitangata Pistol Club's shoot:
Results from Active Flying ''M''
Shoot: Matt Barnett 1st, Bob
Hughes 2nd Leanne Walker 3rd.
Next Shoot Cowboy
Action(P>R>S) Sunday, March 17,
Round 19 of the men's midweek
bowls competition has two teams
at the head of the table with three
rounds to go. Finegand and
Balclutha White are equal on 24
points each. Finegand held off
Balclutha Red by 17-13, while
Balclutha White scored 24-18 win
over Kaka Point Seals. The upset
of the day came from T and C, who
beat co-leaders, Kaka Point Orcas
by 13-9 in a low scoring match.
Clinton were in top form, scoring
a 23-11 win over Milton. Owaka
remained in contention when
they beat Stirling by 18-12.
Round five of the men's pennants
was played last Saturday, with
Finegand scoring a big win over T
and C and increasing their lead on
the points table over Balclutha.
Finegand were too strong,
winning by 10-2. Meanwhile,
Balclutha had an 8-4 win over
Owaka, and remain in contention.
Stirling scored the biggest win of
the day, beating Kaka Point by
12-0. In another match, Milton
Blue beat Waihola by 9-3.
Champion of Champion Fours:
Results from the Finegand Green
Final: Balclutha (Neville
Thomson, Darren Wolland,
Graeme Dale, Brian Dodds) 21,
Stirling (Bob Sanders, Max
Collett, Brian Bell, Jamie Nicol)
Round one: Stirling 24, T and C 8;
Milton by default from
Finegand 15, Waihola 14;
Round two: Balclutha 16,
Lawrence 15; Clutha Valley 20
Owaka 13; Stirling 13; Kaka Point
12; Milton 13 Finegand 18;
Round three: Balclutha 17 Clutha
Valley 8; Stirling 18; Milton 12.
Students win triathlon titles
Standing proud: South Otago High School students performed well at the recent secondary schools triathlon and
duathlon championships in Oamaru, including winning two gold medals and two silver medals. Back, from left, are:
Jason Palmer (teacher), Cameron Williams, Simon Craig, Katie Willocks, Danielle Vreugdenhil and Sophie Erwood.
Front, from left: Tasmyn White, Sam Keenan, and Josie Pirie. In the intermediate girls duathlon Sophie Erwood placed
first and Danielle Vreugdenhil was second, while in the junior girls team triathlon the team of Katie Willocks, Josie
Pirie and Tasmyn White were second. In the junior boys team triathlon, Cameron Williams, Simon Craig and Sam
Keenan were first, while Taylor Clark was 10th and Mitchell Hollows was seventh in the junior boys triathlon. Mr
Palmer said it was a very competitive field and the athletes did exceptionally well.
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