Central Leader : November 12th 2010
11 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 NEWS THE ULTIMATE IN PERMANENT WEATHER PROTECTION PATTMARKAGL272 USE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS ALL YEAR ROUND! 0800 20 19 25 firstname.lastname@example.org www.archgola.co.nz G t di thi k d EATING RIGHT INOURSPECIALISSUE:• Theincreasinglyfineartofshopping, cooking and eating • • The c razy world of experimental junk food • How our herbal drink Ch'i came to be Gone Fishin'sGraemeSinclaironthegoodlife SUBSCRIBE TO THE SUNDAY STAR-TIMES AND SAVE! Ph: 0800 SUNDAY (0800 786 329) SUNDAY MAGAZINE Special food issue. Plus Countdown to Summer! Buy Sunday Star-Times from Countdown, Woolworths and Fo andgointhedrawtowinan awesome Summer prize. ESCAPE The best of travel, food, wellbeing and entertainment. ■ Captain's table -- Setting sail on a culinary voyage. ■ Get Growing -- Lynda Hallinan returns with her weekly gardening column. ■ Pop stars -- Top French champagnes under $1 ■ Why we've forgotten how to buy, cook and even eat food. ■ Gone Fishin's Graeme Sinclair on the good life. ■ Extreme snacking -- The crazy world of experimental junk food. ■ How our herbal drink Ch'i came to be. Joshua in national teams Talented teen: An eventful two weeks saw Joshua Minhinnick selected for national teams in two different rugby codes. Photo: SIMON WATTS By AMY McGILLIVRAY One young sportsman is proving just how talented he is in the space of two weeks he was selec- ted for two national teams, in two different codes. Joshua Minhinnick, 15, has made the New Zealand under-15 rugby league team and the New Zealand Aussie Rules schoolboys team. And the Mt Wellington resident's sporting ability does not end there. He also plays basket- ball and volleyball for One Tree Hill College. Joshua is enjoying Aussie Rules but says it is most likely a one-off as his passion is league. He was selected for the national AFL side after playing in an east Auckland school competition that his team won. But the year 10 student's rugby league ambitions go much higher. I'm going to try and make the NRL. I want to play for the Broncos,'' he says. Sasa Felise, coach of the Ellers- lie league team Joshua plays for, has no doubt the young player could go a long way. He's got a lot of potential. I think he excels at whatever he does.'' Mr Felise says Joshua is able to play any position and is one of the team's key players. Mother Jacqui Short could not be more proud of her son's recent success. It's really cool to watch,'' she says. It keeps him out of trouble, that's one thing. Sport takes up all his time.''
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