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Breakers drop in on
STAR WATCH: Breakers star Cedric Jackson and Amelia Archer watch with anticipation to see if her shot goes
in the basket.
THREE SPECIAL guests
dropped into Clarkville School
to shoot some hoops on Tuesday.
In Canterbury for their pre-
season match against the
Wollongong Hawks, three New
Zealand Breakers visited the
North Canterbury school.
Clarkville was lucky enough
to have Breakers stars Cedric
Jackson and Dillon Boucher -- as
well as development player Josh
Bloxham -- in attendance.
The players ran coaching
drills and a shooting compe-
tition, before fielding questions
from the students and signing
autographs in the school hall.
A close finish saw Samantha
Knight pip Daniel Stockdale in
the free throw shooting compe-
tition, as the entire school and
the three NBL players cheered
Hours later the Breakers beat
the Hawks 70-61 in front of a
capacity 6000 crowd at CBS
Jackson played a pivotal role,
scoring 14 points.
forced to tender
By CATE BROUGHTON
THE FORMER operator of Rangiora's Regent Cin-
ema, closed since December last year, says he has
been forced to tender for his own business.
The Waimakariri District Council has advert-
ised an invitation to register interest in leasing
and operating a new cinema in the revamped per-
forming arts centre in the former town hall sched-
uled for completion in early 2014.
Patrick Walsh thought a five-year lease he
signed to run the cinema in 2008 still stood -- until
he received an email from the council notifying
him of the newspaper advertisements.
He says the council has used a loophole in the
lease to terminate the agreement -- something he
cannot dispute legally.
My lawyer said morally and ethically they
shouldn't do what they've done . . . but they have
used a loophole to end my lease.''
Waimakariri community and recreation man-
ager Craig Sargison said the lease agreement with
Mr Walsh had ended when the building was closed
for earthquake repairs.
The registration of interest from potential oper-
ators was necessary because it was a different
facility. Mr Sargison said Mr Walsh was welcome
to register his interest along with others.
We will evaluate, with the council, the best
proposal going forward.''
Mr Walsh said he felt his business had been
taken from him and he was left in considerable
debt. By Thursday afternoon three parties had
registered interest in the proposal.
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