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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, NOVEMBER 21, 2012
Come and visit an
award winning farm
The Canterbury Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA) invite the community
to a field day at Island Hills Station, the farm of Dan and Mandy Shand - winners
of the 2012 Supreme Award.
This is your chance to see and hear why Dan and Mandy were judged
Canterbury Regional BFEA Supreme Winners of 2012.
The day will include a tour of Island Hills Station and an overview of the three
successful businesses run on the property; sheep and beef farming, beekeeping,
Speakers on the day include:
John Syme - Symes Apiaries - The importance of bees in New Zealand Agriculture.
Jansen Travis - FarmIQ - how will FarmIQ technology translate into profit?
James Guild - QEII Trust Chair - covenants on farms.
David Bedford - Environment Canterbury Commissioner - Nutrient
management in Hurunui - what the future holds.
Michael Tayler - Nuffield Scholarship winner.
For more information email: email@example.com or visit www.bfea.org.nz
Date: 30 November 2012, 10am (rain or shine)
Venue: Island Hills Station, 1612 Tekoa Road, Culverden
Catering: BYO packed lunch, BBQ & refreshments will be provided from 4pm
SPRINT TO FIRST: Rolleston Divas Erin
Formo heads for first base after hitting a ball
off the tee.
Divas yet to star
ROLLESTON SOFTBALL Club's under-11 girls' side the Divas were in
action at South Hagley Park last weekend. The club is in its first season
and is fielding a host of junior sides. The Divas lost 18-1 to PCU Girl
FAST BALL: Laura Freeman
on the pitching mound for the
Better conditions help
Greendale to victory
GREENDALE TOOK the only
match played in the Canterbury
Plains and Peninsula Cricket
Competition on Saturday in a
restricted draw because of Show
Weekend, chasing down Kir-
wee's 181-6 in only 25 overs.
The Kirwee innings started in
light rain and they had a formed
a solid platform at 103-2 off 25
overs, mainly in ones and twos
because of the wet field. It
started to dry out halfway
through the innings, but Kirwee
were not able to push on and set
a large total because of tight
With the sun out, Greendale
started scoring runs from the
outset, averaging close to six an
over. The dry conditions helped
as the ball flew to the boundary.
Blair Chapman knocked up 64
not out, then Nick Jenkins put
on an unbeaten 74 when he
came in after the first wicket.
Greendale did create a few hard
chances but they did not stick.
Greendale 182-1 (Blair Chap-
man 64no, Nick Jenkins 74no)
beat Kirwee 181/6 (Raymond
Williams 37, Jared Kars 38,
Geoff Cridge 45no, Regan Dalley
2-29, Murray Shipley 3-47).
Weedons White 124 lost to
Weedons Green 125-2 (Mike Fle-
ming 53no James Butler 51no).
Lincoln beat Greendale,
Weedons Blue beat Lincoln
Country South Junior Cric-
ket results for November 17
Section 1: Lincoln 195-5 (H
Bates 30, J Melhopt 2-27) beat
Weedons Bulldogs 131 (T Bridg-
man 31no, L Stove 22, T Hop-
kins 3-9, E Paterson 2-16)
Weedons Outlaws 127-7 lost to
Darfield 177-5 (J Thomas 23, T
Kirwee 92-7 (R Hughes 22; Isaac
2-11, Jeremy 2-12) beat
Weedons Dragons 55-8 (J Ryder
25, M Carstons 3-18, N Gosling
2-12, O Sutherland 2-2).
Section 2: Lincoln 83-1 (H Boyd
18no) beat Tai Tapu 82-5 (G
Matheson 21no; J Knewstubb
21no), Darfield 106-6 (Jasper 25;
W Greenslade 27no; J Kennedy
2-8) beat Kirwee (105), Weedons
Panthers 147-3 (Quinn 27no)
beat Sheffield-Sth Malvern
(103-6), Weedons Crusaders
135-5 (J Miles 27no; B Wright
25no) beat Weedons Patriots
Section 3: Diamond Harbour 27
lost to Leeston Southbridge 32
(L Cuthbert 3 wickets), Weedon
Keas 89 (Logan 26, Gideon 35,
Liam 2-10) lost to Weedon Kiwis
140 (Liam 42, William 23, Abi-
Section 4: Springston 71 lost to
Canterbury Country Y8 Trial
Tournament at Rangiora
North Red 165-8 (E Paterson
4-35), W Wroe 2-24) beat South
Blue 94 (J Ryder 18), North Red
159 (M Carston 3-16) beat South
Green 72 (M Woolford 19),
North Blue 172 (E Paterson
4-31, T Hauschild 2-10, L Stove
3-11) beat South Blue 112,
North White 175-9 (M Carston
2-24, M Lane 2-11) beat South
Green 109 (H Bates 18).
Burnham Softball Club
results U9 Boys Teeball --
Burnham Bruisers 31 Richmond
Keas 23, Player of the Day,
Shaun Kempton. U13 Boys Lit-
tle League -- Burnham Bullets
16 PCU 19, Player of the Day,
Tynan Waipouri. U13 Girls Lit-
tle League -- Burnham Hotshots
won by default.
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