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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, AUGUST 25, 2012
Rangiora High, North
Canterbury seal wins
By BRUCE MARTIN
PATH BLOCKED: Rangiora High's
Joseph Dobbs looks for a way through
the defence. Photos Richard Connelly.
FINAL GAME: Liam Connelly heads
towards the basket for Rangiora High
in the win over Pioneer Pacers.
RANGIORA HIGH School piled
on the points in the second half to
win their final game of the season
89-50 over the Pioneer Pacers in
the men's under-20 grade last
weekend at the St Bede's gym.
A poor opening quarter saw
Rangiora trail 14-9 by quarter-
time, until Liam Connelly came
off the bench to straighten the
attack and sink five triple point-
ers and five from six free throws
to race his side to a 43-23 half-
Joseph Dobbs pestered the
Pacers' attacks, while Jarrod
Satherley had another good day
with strong rebounds and good
link play for Rangiora. Connor
James rebounded and defended
strongly while trying to contain
the ever elusive Elliot Noble, who
notched 21 points for the Pacers.
Rangiora finished ninth in the
competition and now have their
sights set on the Southern zone
AA Premierships in Dunedin
early in September where, along
with the Rangiora girls, they hope
to qualify for the nationals in
early October in Nelson.
North Canterbury extracted
revenge for their previous loss to
Lincoln University with a strong
second-half effort to win 67-57 in
their last game in the Men's
Angus Forbes continued his
strong efforts in recent weeks
with some early baskets, while
Chris Pugh and Sam Haigh-Ward
Sam Karrim added successive
baskets, while Josh Haigh-Ward
and Jordan de Winter kept the
North Canterbury finished sev-
enth in the competition.
Men's under-23 bottom four:
North Canterbury 67 (Angus For-
bes 12, Chris Pugh 12, Scott
Edwards 10) Lincoln University
57 (Angus Gourlay 17, Alex Lunn
Under-20: Rangiora HS 89
(Liam Connelly 31, Joseph Dobbs
14, Jarrod Satherley 12, Kieran
Fellows 11) Pioneer Pacers 50
(Elliot Noble 21).
North Canterbury Swim Club claimed 19
medals at the Wharenui Winter Olympics
swimming meet last weekend at Wharenui
Pool, 10 of them gold.
Bryn Atkin, bronze: 1500m freestyle.
Kiri Atkin, bronze: 1500m freestyle.
Julie Briden, silver: 50m freestyle, bronze:
100m individual medley.
Campbell Kershaw, bronze: 200m
Sara-Jane Lloyd, bronze: 50m freestyle.
Saxon Morgan, bronze: 200m backstroke.
Regan Mundy, bronze: 100m individual
Oliver Rayner, gold: 50m, 400m and 1500m
freestyle, 100m and 200m fly, and 200m
Gendi Roberts, gold: 200m, 400m and
William Roberts, gold: 200m breaststroke,
bronze: 100m breaststroke.
Men's 13 to 14 years relay (Bryn Atkin,
William Roberts, Campbell Kershaw and
Oliver Rayner); 2nd 200m medley relay and
200m freestyle relay, 3rd 200m freestyle
Gendi Roberts broke the girls 15-year-old
Canterbury West Coast short course record in
the 1500m freestyle.
Ashley Smallbore Rifle Association Tiverton
Cup final round results:
Division One Teams - West Eyreton 380.19
(3) 39 points, Amberley 393.22 (5) 35 points,
Rangiora 390.19 (4) 39 points, Division Two
Teams - Rangiora 382.15 (5) 45 points,
Amberley 379.11 (4) 36 points, Season's
individual aggregates, Gordon Wright 983.50,
Conan Griffin 979.42, Robert Dalzell 977.57,
James Briden 975.51, Danny de Hek 973.49,
Tania Boerlage 971.44, Chris Kershaw
970.43, Dudley Jarman 967.37, Amelia
Hughson 961.31, Peter Boerlage 956.35,
Sam Vincent 956.33, Tony Devine 956.31,
Keith Brown 943.38, Phillipa Brown 942.24,
Joel Edge 940.28, Ellen Hawke 918.37,
Highest individual scores final round, Robert
Dalzell 100.8, Conan Griffin 99.4, Ryan Ball
98.6, Keith Brown 98.4, Gordon Wright 97.6,
Joel Edge 97.2
Green shirts prominent at Pegasus
CLASS PERFORMANCE: Ben Ford crosses the line to
claim fifth in the senior men's race at the Canterbury Road
Running Championships at Pegasus Town.
PERSONAL BEST: Angela Whyte puts in a big effort on her
way to eighth in the senior women's race.
NORTH CANTERBURY Athletic
Club racers performed well on
home turf at last weekend's Can-
terbury Road Running Champion-
ships at Pegasus Town.
Ben Ford was a standout for the
club, with a fifth in the senior
men's section of the event, held on
a 1.5 kilometre loop.
He started fast and held his
place towards the head of the field
throughout the 10km race to fin-
ish in just over 33 minutes -- in
front of a number of the pre-race
Also running 10km were the
masters men and the senior
women, with North Canterbury's
Chris Rae fifth in the M45 grade.
Close behind was Paul
Schaapveld who finished third in
the M50 grade. Brian Law and
Nigel Cox also finished in the top
10 in their respective master's
Angela Whyte ran a big per-
sonal best to finish 8th in the
senior women's 10km race.
The masters' women ran 5km
and all three North Canterbury
runners finished well up.
Kath Atkin was second in the
MW45 grade, Adrienne Smith was
third in the MW50 and Lee
McCulloch fifth in the MW40.
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