Nelson Leader : April 18th 2013
30 THE NELSON LEADER, APRIL 18, 2013 SPORT Thursday 25 April 2013 Motueka Movers Club Waimea Dutch Rusk Fruitfed Supplies Hope Sealing McNaughtons Furniture Milnes Beatson Haven Realty PDay&Sons Golden Bay/Motueka Funeral Services Nelson Brake Services Nelson City Taxis Nelson Dental Richmond Resene Waimea Richmond Funeral Services ANZAC DAY SERVICES Proudly supported by: At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we shall remember them. ANZAC Day 2013 - Service Details The bugler for all of the Nelson services is Sergeant Mason Robinson, RNZAF; Lone Piper is Peter Smith. NELSON 6.00am Dawn Parade assembles at Millers Acre. 6.15am March to Anzac Park. 6.30am Dawn Service conducted by Rt Reverend Richard Ellena, Bishop of Nelson. The guest speaker will be Col Ken Fenton (retired). Those attending are cordially invited to return to the Nelson Suburban Club/Nelson RSA, 168 Tahunanui Drive, for breakfast. In the event of wet weather, the Dawn Service will be held at the Nelson Suburban Club. 9.00am The City of Nelson Wreath Laying Ceremony, at the WWI Soldiers Memorial, Church Hill. Organised by Nelson Cathedral/Nelson City Council. Various Wreaths will also be laid at: 8.15am Wakapuaka Services Cemetery. 8.45 Boer War Memorial, inside Bridge Street entrance to Queens Gardens, 10am Marsden Services Cemetery. STOKE 10.45am Parade assembles at the gates of Isel Park, Main Road Stoke. 10.50am March to Stoke Memorial Hall. 11.00am Stoke Civic Service commences conducted by Rt Reverend Richard Ellena, Bishop of Nelson. Youth speaker will be Kristina Eddy, Nelson College for Girls. Following the service, wreaths will be laid at the Memorial Gates adjacent to the Stoke Memorial Hall. Those attending are cordially invited to return to the Nelson Suburban Club, 168 Tahunanui Drive, for light refreshments. RICHMOND 10.45am Parade assembles in Croucher Street. 11.00am Service at the War Memorial Gardens. Guest speaker: Senior Nelson Police Commander Inspector Brian McGurk who has returned from secondment in Afghanistan with a European Union mission and is a mayoral candidate for Nelson. MOTUEKA 6.30am Dawn Service at Motueka War Memorial, Pah Street, Motueka. TAKAKA 6.30am Dawn Parade at Memorial Library. 9.00am Civic Service, preceded by a street march (assembling at 8.45am at the Junction Hotel) to the Memorial Library. If wet the service will be held in the Village Theatre. MURCHISON11.00am Service to be held at the War Memorial. If wet it will be held in the Recreation and Cultural Centre. MAPUA 10.45am Parade to assemble on Aranui road by the tennis courts. 11.00am Service conducted by Rev John Sherlock is held at the cenotaph at the Moutere Hills Community Library in Aranui Road and corner of Toru Street. Guest speaker is Rev Peter Bean, Navy Chaplain, retired. Morning tea is to be held in the Mapua Bowling Club after the service. WAKEFIELD 10.00am Service and wreath laying at Centre Pole. BRIGHTWATER 9.00am Service and wreath laying at the Brightwater Memorial Hall gates. COLLINGWOOD 6.15am Dawn Parade to the Cenotaph (assemble at Memorial Hall). 11.15am Civic Service, Memorial Hall, Tasman Street. TAPAWERA 9.40am Parade from St Peters Church. 9.45am Service at the Memorial Hall. UPPER MOUTERE 10.00am Service at the Upper Moutere Community Centre at the War Memorial. Conducted by Pastor Steve Bosecke. Guest speaker Mr Ian Clouston. TASMAN 10.00am Service at the Tasman Memorial to be conducted by Rev Peter Bean. Guest speaker: Pip Wells, Tasman School Principal. RIWAKA 9.00am Wreath laying at Riwaka War Memorial. NGATIMOTI 10.30am Wreath laying at Ngatimoti War Memorial. 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So take fool advantage and contact your advertising consultant or phone 546 2835 SECURE YOUR SPACE - Limited Number Of Pages Per Edition april * Nielsen Media 2yr Regional Readership - Dec 11 Delivered FREE to homes in the region every Thursday from French Pass through to Murchison & Golden Bay with a circulation of 41,603 and readership of 59,000 (aged 15yrs+)* No Other Local Media Publication Can Offer You This Type Of Coverage Best friends: Zac Balding says hello to Mist at the Waimea Sheep Dog Trials at Wakefield last Friday. Waimea champs test dog trialists Sheep dog trialists from around the Nelson- Tasman region had a test run for this weekend's Marlborough-Nelson champs in Marlborough when they com- peted in the Waimea Club's annual event near Wakefield. Cable Bay's Sam Stuart, Col- lingwood's Grant Wylie and Wakefield's Colin Gibbs were the best of the Nelson trialists at the two-day competition held last Friday and Saturday. Grant and Trooper finished second in the zig-zag hunt, Sam and Dan were second in the long head while Colin and Nor came third in the short head and yard. But the trials were dominated by competitors from Marlbor- ough with Steve Pilcher (long head), John Wendelborn (short head and yard), Mike Forsyth (zig-zag hunt) and Ian Broad- hurst (straight hunt) winning titles. Competitors will now head to the Meadowbank course for this weekend's Marlborough-Nelson champs which will be a dress rehearsal for the South Island champs on the same course from May 6-10. The New Zealand champion- ships will start at Taupo on May 27.Waimea Club president Colin Gibbs said there were a number of Nelson-Tasman trialists who could perform well at the Marlborough-Nelson and South Island champs. Tapawera's Eoin Herbert and Storm were one of the top combinations and had already won the short and long head at the Tapawera trials in March. Veteran Ernie Pauling would also be returning to the same course he won his first and only South Island title in 2008. Ernie, aged 80, will be taking a new dog, Wye, to Meadowbank after his South Island champion Belle retired. Wye's still an intermediate dog but she's coming along reasonably well,'' Ernie said. I've also got West who's a two- year-old, since I retired Belle -- she's gone to a good home and is getting spoiled.'' Numbers at last week's trials were well down with no Canter- bury trialists competing as a result of the drought. About 15 clubs in the North Island actually cancelled their trials because of the drought. It's had an impact on all aspects of farming,'' Colin said.
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