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with Norman Woods
Heriot delivers surprise thumping
Soaring high: Lineout action in the Clutha and Owaka southern region senior
club rugby clash. Clutha easily won, 44-3. More photos, page 12.
Photo: LAURA ROOZENDAAL. 627827164
Talk about a surprise.
That was the reaction when Heriot
outclassed Lawrence to win the
opening southern region club
rugby game 41-14 after leading
34-0 at halftime.
Heriot were too strong in the
opening spell and scored some
excellent tries, with six overall.
Lawrence came back strongly in
the second spell, but all of the
damage had been done. For
Heriot, hooker Dylan McKenzie,
flanker Nathan Stuart and Brad
Lapthorne at number eight led the
pack superbly. In the backs, Jai
Cormack and fullback Lee Stiven
had fine games.
Clutha Valley started their
season well with a 40-5 win over
Clinton. Peter Bennie, at number
eight, the player of the day. He
was rewarded with two excellent
tries. Aaron Gouman had a
splendid game at first five,
kicking 15 points with three
conversions and three penalty
Clutha proved too good for
Owaka, winning by 44-3 after
leading 15-3 at halftime. Owaka
played well for the opening 40
minutes, but Clutha applied more
pressure in the second half. Clutha
ran in eight tries, with number
eight Seoga Sa-Leaville scoring
three. Winger Semi Villimu was
another in good form, scoring two
Toko fired up from the start
and with a lead of 27-0 at halftime
just coasted in the second spell to
beat Crescent by 44-21. Toko ran
in seven tries. After playing in the
Dunedin competition for the last
three years, Beer is back, and will
make a big difference to the Toko
Southern region round 2 draw for
Clutha Valley v Clutha at
Clydevale; Lawrence v Crescent at
Lawrence; Toko v Heriot at Milton;
Owaka v Clinton at Owaka (Friday,
The highlight of the golf season
came last Saturday when
Balclutha s Dave Ward equalled
the course record at Balclutha
with a superb 64. His round
included eight birdies, and he now
holds the record with Jeff Bisset.
Results from Balclutha Golf Club
on Saturday (medal round).
Women s section: Joan Bisset 72,
K Hale 73, G Edwards 75.
Men s section 0-14: J Seymour 65,
L Crawford 66, G Paterson 67, K
Stratford 67, A Kitchingham 67.
15-36 section: J Fiddes 61 S
Balloch 64,F Morrison 64,G Scott
64,S Harrold 67,D Allison 67.
Sumpter Moore Longest putt: M
Balclutha Night/Day Gross: Jeff
Guest Mug: J Fiddes net 61.
Strokeplay championship over
Senior: Jeff Bisset(winner) runner-
up L Moon.
Intermediate: M Crosby and P
Ross joint winners;
Junior: S Balloch(winner), runner-
up G Booth.
Novice: B Crosby (winner), B
Duncan, D Goldingham, P Minuer
Results from Ladies day played on
April 2 (stableford competition).
Best Net: Jude Thomson
97-28=69 41 points.
J Allington 96-26=70 41 points.
Stableford: Viv Faddes 94-20=74
Homan button J Thomson and G
Sharpin combined net 148.
Nine holes: G Dunlop 21 points.
Twos: J Thomson no 14.
Hidden net eagle: J Thomson
Birdie: J Bisset No 16.
Kaitangata Golf Clubs results
2nd round open championship: D
Van der Hilst beat K Calder 1-up.T
Tourell beat R Carson 4/2. D
Gutsell beat J Kennedy 8/6.
Flight final: M Hale beat K McCabe
Medal round: D Van der Hilst
84-18=66, J Oliver 89-21=68. M
Putting: D Gutsell 29;
Ladies medal round: C Kennedy
99-33=66, D Storer 103-31=72;
Putting: K Gard 31 putts.
The Owaka Yacht Club. Sunday,
Line honours: 1 L Campbell
[Sunburst], 2 M Preddy [Paper
Tiger Foxy Momma], 3 J & A White
[Noelex 22 Special X]
Handicap: 1 L Campbell, 2 J & A
White, 3 M Preddy, 4 G Storer & S
Butler [Farr 6000 Zulu], 5 M & K
Bichan [Noelex 22 Ten Speed], 6 W
Cross [Paper Tiger Allegro Vivo]
Optimist: 1 Mandy White, 2 Susan
White, 3 Paige Davis.
Kaitangata Pistol Club;
Results ISSF shoot (target);
B Hughes first, N Vickers second,
Faye Hughes third.
Next Shho Action Barricades(P)
Sun, April 14, 11am.
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