North Shore Times : March 17th 2016
14 NORTH SHORE TIMES, MARCH 17, 2016 School sport Devonport’s Gabrielle Doyle, 9, far left, won her age group at the inaugural Legend of the Lake swim held in Rotorua. Her win in the 200m OceanKids event secured her a place in the Jetstar Super Swim Squad which means she will attend a weekend camp with some top name elite swimmers and coaches in April. PHOTO: SIMONWATTS Share your sporting success with readers. Email your photos to email@example.com and include a couple of lines saying who is pictured, howold they are, which school they come from and what they are doing. Photos should be at least 1MB and in jpeg format. Noah Finn, 12, from Rosmini College, standing, back, attended the final of the Holden Little Drivers Tour which was at the Holden NZPGA Championship. As the winner of the Auckland region, Noah was joined in the final by the other winners from around the country. Noah missed out on claiming the title – which was won by Bradley Booth from Waipukurau. stuff.co.nz Caleb Antonio-Rooney from Rosmini College had success on the final night of the season at Western Spring Speedway. He had his first feature win in the F2 midget class and in turn became the the youngest driver to win the Heritage shield in this class. He also came third in the F2 Midget class for the Auckland Championships. Antonio-Rooney who is sponsored by Tristram European thanks his crew and crew chief Brian Edge and Geoff Harper HLR racing team. Long Bay College’s Brianna Orams finished first in the female youth division in both the long distance race and the technical race success at the Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Nationals at Omaha Beach. Long Bay College year 10 student Connor Bell finished first in the shot put at the North Harbour Athletics Competition with a throw of 13.02m. He also threw 54.08m in the boys intermediate discus. He continued on to Greater Auckland Championships on March 23. When you decide CisyournewG. 1,800 neighbourhoods across New Zealand are using Neighbourly Join Neighbourly today and meet your neighbours Join your neighbours now www.neighbourly.co.nz 0800STMARKS Freephone: Online: www.smwh.co.nz Breast reduction surgery can go a long way towards improving your quality of life. Your Insurance Company may provide some cover under certain circumstances. So call us today for a free, no obligation consultation.
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