Central Leader : November 10th 2010
14 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 SPORT 3150152AB Liquor STORE OUTLET GRANTS WHISKY 1 LITRE LION RED STUBBIES JIM BEAM 440ML 5% CANS SAVE $7 SAVE $3 SAVE $3 NOW $32.99 JACK DANIELS 1 LITRE OLD CROW BOURBON 1 LITRE SAVE $5 CANADIAN CLUB 1 LITRE NOW $29.99 STEINLAGER STUBBIES FLAME STUBBIES COMMITED TO KEEPING PRICES LOW SAVE $4 SAVE $2 10th NOV -- 7th DEC STIL VODKA 1 LITRE SAVE $4 NOW $29.99 BLACK HEART RUM 1 LITRE SAVE $7 SAVE $2 SAVE $7 SAVE $12 SAVE $5 NOW $32.99 NOW $49.99 NOW $39.99 MCKENNA 8% 250ML CANS SAVE $3 NOW $9.99 4 Pack NOW $6.99 Bottle GORDONS GIN 1 LITRE SAVE $7 NOW $30.99 JIM BEAM BONDED 8% 250ML CODY'S 8% 250ML CANS NOW $9.99 4 Pack NOW $25.99 15 Pack NOW $21.99 doz COMMITTED TO KEEPING PRICES LOW! 211 RICHARDSON RD LAST MONTH AT THIS PRICE RIC HARDSON ROAD STODDARD ROAD Trading Hours - Mon to Tues 10am to 9pm Wed to Sat 10am to 10pm Sun 11am to 8pm • Ph 626 3897 NOW $23.99 15 Pack NOW $20.99 15 Pack NOW $21.99 15 Pack BIG SAVING! FAT BIRD WINE RANGE S/BLANC, PINOT GRIS, CHARD/RED The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust proudly present their WE NEED YOUR HELP to help the National Burn Centre Please bring this event to the attention of your boss/CEO and ask them to book a table for YOUR COMPANY! All proceeds to the National Burn Centre An ideal way to entertain clients and staff while supporting a very worthy cause. With special guest speaker Friday 3 December From 7.30pm at TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre 770-834 Great South Road, Manukau The Rt Hon John Key Prime Minister be interviewed on stage by Paul Holmes CNZM. Your MC - Kerre Woodham, entertainment by Ewen Gilmour and dance the night away with Black Salt. Tickets are $1850 + gst for a table of 10 and include a uperb three course dinner and complimentary drinks. PLEASE BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW by phoning Shandall on 09-531-5910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SAVE up to $1300 with the EECA Insulation Grant (ask in store for more details) 90mm Bright NZ Nail Gas/Nail pk 3000 $79.99+ GST 90mm Galv NZ Nail Gas/Nail pk 3000 $142.99+ GST 100 x 25 RAD H3.2 Merch GT Decking $1.10 l/m + GST 100 x 25 RAD H3.2 Premium GT Decking $2.02 l/m + GST 100 x 40 RAD H3.2 Merch GT Decking $1.70 l/m + GST 100 x 40 RAD H3.2 Premium GT Decking $3.17 l/m + GST FREE LOAN TRAILERS AVAILABLE SPECIALS TILL END OF NOVEMBER 88 Merton Rd, Glen Innes Ph: 521 3609 Fax: 521 0095 Hours Mon -- Fri 7am -- 5pm, Sat 8am -- 12pm Top sides extend lead Big victories by the top sides in both the men's and women's Scarbro Caro Bowl tennis kept the leading teams out in front after four rounds. The Royal Oak women didn't drop any sets as they defeated Remuera 6-0. Led by teen Leela Beattie, the team put up a strong performance winning all matches. Royal Oak now face a determined Kohimarama in the fifth round, with the key match featuring Beattie versus Kohi's Kairangi Vano in the No 1 singles. Over in the men's com- petition Campbell Park dropped their first point of the season when they defeated Remuera 5-1. The only match lost was the second doubles where James Shortall and Martin Colen- brander were too strong for Adam Thompson and Robbie Cheyne. The team now sits one point below leaders Parnell. The Blockhouse Bay's men's team may have lost 6-0 to Parnell, but there was still a battle on hand. The top singles match saw Russian-born New Zealand resident Artem Sitak, for the Bay, take on third-placed Kiwi Rubin Statham. Despite being ranked around 340 in the world Sitak, who has just returned from the United States, lost in three tight sets to the New Zealand Davis Cup player. In the other men's con- test Teo Susnjak led Pompallier to a 6-0 defeat over Herne Bay. Royal Oak were beaten in a close battle with Cockle Bay, losing 4-2.
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