North Shore Times : November 19th 2010
5 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 19, 2010 NEWS ATTENTION NORTH SHORE RESIDENTS Shop for the BRIGHT YELLOW BAGS GO YELLOW AND SAVE Save money on your prepaid rubbish bags!! Collected on your normal collection day from EnviroWaste and START SAVING Available from all leading Supermarkets and Mad Butcher stores Call 0800 240 120 for further details www.envirowaste.co.nz Convenient 5-packs now available in some stores calvin klein armani paul frank eeni meeni RMK 7 for all mankind diesel c polo exclusive speedo rry diesel calvin klein armani paul frank ed puma guess dkny d ear polo exclusive speedo guess dkny d osh kosh sanuk IKKS sl stussy mooks sanuk IKKS slazenger pand rainwear eb and ive glam girl catamini missoni dvb puma burberry m diesel pu,a guess osh kosh burberry mooks stussy calvin klein lonsdale IK slazenger pandea rainwear eb and ive glam girl sanuk IKKS slazenger WAREHOUSE SALE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNIT F, 13 PIERMARK DRIVE, ALBANY, AUCKLAND (off Bush Rd) • Friday 19th November 9am -- 6pm • Saturday 20th November 9am -- 4.30pm • Sunday 21st November 10am -- 4pm MASSIVE STOCK CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S WEAR • LADIES WEAR • MENSWEAR DESIGNER BRANDS UP TO 90% OFF Chess champs plot next move By MICHELLE ROBINSON Check mate: Milford Primary pupils, clockwise from top left: Winston Yao, William Zhang, Martin Zhu, Bella Qian and Crystal Zhu, are national chess champions. Photo: MICHELLE ROBINSON Milford Primary is churning out chess champions. The school took out the top spot nationally for the second year in a row at the primary school tournament. The efforts of team captain Winston Yao, 10, also saw him compete at the World Youth Chess Tournament in Greece recently which was a terribly good experi- ence''. His Milford team mates William Zhang, 9, Bella Qian, 10, Martin, 8, and Crystal Zhu, 9, are anticipating who will be picked for next year's tournament in Brazil. The team is also com- peting at the Queensland Cup in Melbourne this month. The efforts of Win- ston's parents are attributed to the team's success as they coach pupils every Monday during lunchbreak. This, coupled with an unshakeable enthusiasm for the game is the team's recipe for success. In his spare time Win- ston enjoys chess analy- sis which involves spend- ing hours reading about strategies and testing his skills against the com- puter. It's exciting,'' Winston says. I play karate where if you lose the first round you're out. But with chess you still play the same num- ber of rounds so you learn lots. And when you win you feel very nice.''
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