Nor West News : November 25th 2010
7 NOR-WEST NEWS, NOVEMBER 25, 2010 NEWS BARK COMPOST SOIL... LARGEST RANGE LOCAL WE HAVE AKLD'S AND WE ARE OPEN 7 DAYS 3 Spedding Rd Whenuapai Ph 416 6249 Growing Mediums XMAS HAMS! PORK LOIN CHOPS PORK ROASTS & CHOPS PORK SLICES 100% PURE NZ PORK SAUSAGES $9.99 $6.99 $8.99 $7.99 kg kg kg kg SCOTT'S The TRADITIONAL Butcher -PORK SPECIAL WEEK- Mon 29th Nov Sun 5th Dec While stocks last Orders are filling fast, book yours now! For the best ham you will ever devour. We put REAL honey in our honey-cured hams! Come in and see the friendly team at Scotts NOW OPEN 7 DAYS 64b Mill Road, Helensville (opposite Placemakers) Ph: 420-9999 Email: email@example.com Merry Christmas: The team at Scott's Traditional Meats offer delicious honey cured hams - while stocks last. If you want a delicious honey cured ham for your Christmas dinner, you'll find them at Scott's Traditional Meats in Helensville. Here the hams are prepared the traditional way - soaked in Scott's own curing solution containing honey sourced from a local beekeeper, then manuka smoked for at least six hours and finished with 12 hours of slow cooking. The result is a moist, succulent ham with real honey flavour. Scott's sell out their Christmas hams every year - and this year they have already sold more than twice as many hams as last year. They will sell out soon - so get your order in quickly or you will miss out. Bruce Scott, owner-operator of Scott's Traditional Meats, has been making hams for over 20 years. He only uses New Zealand pork from pigs that have not been crate raised. Scott's supply Christmas hams to Fonterra and other major companies. The shop has been revamped recently and new lines are in stock including Wild Appetite sauces and marinades, Porcinis pate, Dairydale milk at $3.10 for two litres, and local free range eggs. Located at 64B Mill Rd, Helensville, Scott's Traditional Meats is now open seven days until Christmas - hours are 7am to 6pm. Phone (09) 420-9999. The best Christmas hams in town ADVERTORIAL Golf fundraiser in full swing Singing praises: Dame Malvina Major is a keen returning player to the Kaukapakapa School golf tournament. A fundraising golf tour- nament is in full organisational swing as a fundraiser for Kaukapakapa School. Registrations are flowing through for the second annual event at the Helensville Golf Club on December 1. We currently have about the same number of teams entered as last year at 18, but can still take more, says one of the organisers, Sandy Marshall. Last year s event was brilliant and the buzz around the school and Kaukapakapa in general went on for weeks. The event raised about $5000. This year the board of trustees wants to install a new junior playground with proceeds from the tournament going towards it. Entries and spon- sorship are welcome with teams who can consist of friends and family. Call Sandy Marsh- all (09) 420-4534 or email lessandy@ihug. co.nz or Tracy (09) 420-4581. Rip roaring: Gearing up for the Suzuki Swift Sport Cup in Christchurch this weekend is Mike Turley of Coatesville. Turley takes the lead Mike Turley is gearing up as the leader so far with the second round of the Suzuki Swift Sport Cup in Christchurch this weekend. The event will be at the Powerbuilt Tools Raceway at Ruapuna Park with Turley holding a 10-point series lead over Dane Fisher who is 16 points ahead of AJ Lauder of Turua. Turley won the first Suzuki round racing series at Pukekohe Park Raceway earlier this month in only his second year of racing. The Coatesville driver won two of three races there and finished with a hard-fought fifth in the final reverse grid race to take maximum points and the championship lead. We couldn t have hoped for it to be any better, Turley says. We came here with a plan to lead the championship, so hopefully it s going to carry on that way. In the first 10-lap race Turley led from start to finish, fending off a series of determined attacks from Turua s AJ Lauder. Sixteen-year-old Laud- er used the advantage of slipstreaming Turley s Suzuki down Pukekohe s long back straight but was unable to convert the advantage into a suc- cessful passing manoeu- vre. The final race had competitors lined up in reverse order based on points they had accrued from the first two races, putting Rangiora s Chris Cox on pole position for a largely incident-free race filled with passing and repassing manoeuvres. IN BRIEF Swinging search Do you have any old photos, memorabilia and stories about Waimauku Tennis Club? The club is collecting information for next year's 100th birthday from March 19-21. Former members are also invited to the centenary. Phone Jill Warren 411-8037. Mountain biking Volunteers and sponsors helped pulled off the R&R Sport-Auckland Mountain Bike race series. Following their four rounds, the overall winners were Mike May the Auckland Singlespeed champion, Matt Treanor the Auckland senior champion and Tom Fox the Auckland junior champion. Organisers say there was some great racing over some of the toughest XC courses in Auckland . Pony club Austin Turney of Waimauku School has qualified for the North Island Pony Club Show Jumping Championships. This follows his win with the Rosedale Pony Club Series Cup in the 13 years and under section. Touch win Ateamofyear7and8 girls from Helensville School won the nor-west touch tournament at Moire Park in Massey. The team: Akaysha Pataliani, Hemoata and Sativa Peehikuru, Caitlyn Cox, Germaine Tua-Pihema, Robyn Jensen, Jayde Blair, Michelle Freshwater, Monique Phillips-Ryder and Anna Lawton.
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