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Country stars shine
RIGHT ON: Andrew Robertson plays the on drive during his match-winningknock of
RED CAP: Former Black Cap Peter Fulton battingin Canterbury Country colours.
By MAT KERMEEN
IT WAS hardly singlet and stubbies
weather, but one summer staple
did return on the weekend.
The Ellesmere Cricket Sub
Association one day club compe-
tition got under way on Saturday,
and the Canterbury Country team
played their opening match of the
season in the Christchurch metro
Former Weedons player Andrew
Robertson was the star for Country
in their thrilling three wicket win
over Lancaster Park-Woolston at
Mainpower Oval in Rangiora.
In an entertaining knock, the
talented batsman scored 72 runs at
better than a run a ball as Country
eclipsed their target of 267.
Former Black Caps Shannon
Stewart (48) and Peter Fulton (54)
gave Country a solid base, but it
was a fifth wicket partnership
between Matt Laffey (44) and
Robertson that propelled them into
a winning position.
The visitors made a late come-
back, snaring three late wickets as
Country's middle order crumbled,
but Robertson held his nerve to
guide his side to victory before Glen
Foulkes of Darfield struck the
In the Ellesmere club compe-
tition South Malvern, Diamond
Harbour and the combined
Leeston-Southbridge teams all
enjoyed successful starts to the
season with first-up wins.
The Greendale verses Weedons
match was abandoned after eight
overs due to rain.
Results: Dunsandel 149 (S Fields
79) lost to Leeston-Southbridge
153-2 (Harry Chamberlain 64no, Karl
South Malvern 141 (Simon
Edwards 58, Paddy Reardon 27;
Kieran Robinson 3-7) beat Lincoln
100 (Adrian Myburgh 45; Jeff Chap-
man 5-20, Paddy Reardon 3-10).
Kirwee 126 (Jacob Vanner 45;
Finn Loader 4-2, Rob Austin 3-18)
lost to Diamond Harbour-Kaituna
127-3 (Chris Simcock 31).
Prebbleton Soccer Club recently hosted the
final of the CanterburySunday Soccer League
(CSSL) at Prebbleton Domain. The CSSL
Trophy is a knock-out competition played on
selected cup rounds during the season andis
open to all teams that are not the highest
ranked for their club. This year's winner was
Avonhead B, which overcame Avonhead D 3-2.
The Bolam Cup, named after the founder
David Bolam Smith, is contested by the
highest ranked team from all the clubs -- also
on selected cup rounds during the season.
The Blue Shirts beat Dux de Lux 3-1 in the
final. The CanterburySunday Soccer League
was established in 1974 and has only recently
become associated with Mainland Football.
Hosts Prebbleton has several teamsin the
Selwyn Football Club's Gerard de Rooy won
the Father Mahoney Trophy for junior club
personality of the year at the Mainland
Football's Junior Awards. More than 500
players, coaches andparents pack the stands
at ASB Football Park to acknowledge all the
READY GO: The start of the girls' year 5 race, with Darfield Primary's
Stefanie McKenzie (in the red singlet with black sleeves) chargingforward.
SELWYN STUDENTS were
among young athletes compet-
ing at the recent inter-regional
primary and intermediate
cross-country championships on
the Kapiti Coast north of Wel-
Running for Canterbury,
Lucy Turner from Prebbleton
School reached the podium with
a second place finish in the
girls' year 8 race. Ayrton Shad-
bolt from Broadfield School
came sixth in the boys' year 6
race, while Maria Hendly from
Weedons School was 10th in the
girls' year 5 event. Darfield Pri-
mary's Stefanie McKenzie came
18th, while Isaac Proud from
Darfield High was 8th in the
boys' year 8 event.
Lucy and Ayrton were also
part of team wins for the prov-
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