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The club caters for about 180 members including 27 schools, and has added the summer league to its popular pro- gramme. Mrs Dunning says in previous years they've had limited court time because of gloomy weather but these lights are great and will ensure longer playing time. Other clubs likely to benefit are the Nor-west United Soccer and Sports and Kumeu Cricket. Huapai Reserve advis- ory committee chairman Gary Moss says they are grateful to the parks and reserves officers of the former Rodney District Council for ensuring the completion of the hardcourt lighting proj- ect.The lights will be available on a user-pay basis. The reserve is popu- lar for sports groups and the time is fast- approaching when it will have maximum use.'' Mr Moss says in the past, one of the committee's roles was allocating use of the facility to various codes through written applications, but under the new Auckland Coun- cil its role is yet to be defined. For many years the committee made submissions to the old Rodney Council about identifying new rec- reational space in the area. It also sought a walk- ing track around the reserve's perimeter and improvements to the parking and access at the second entrance in Tapu Rd. Lighting is the only thing achieved and that is very pleasing.'' Mr Moss realises park maintenance, particu- larly for turf and field, is costly. Ensuring the fields are not over-used or damaged in wet con- ditions is vital. Recently a youth on a motorbike was seen racing around the res- erve. It's illegal to drive on the fields and offenders will be fined.'' Meanwhile, Western United Netball's registrations are open for years 1 to 8 and senior women's teams. Registration is on February 22 from 3.30pm to 4.30pm and February 23 from 4pm to 5pm at the Huapai Res- erve courts, Tapu Rd. Email forms to firstname.lastname@example.org. nz to register or view www.sportsground.co.nz/ westernunitednetball for information.
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