Central Leader : January 26th 2010
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Te Akitai Waiohua Mandate Hui He hönore he koröria ki te atua, he maungärongo ki runga i te mata o te whenua, he whakäro pai ki ngä tängata katoa, pai märire. Nau mai harere mai kia nohotahi tatou i roto i ngä rä o Pepuere 2011. Huihui mai tätou ki te whakanui i tënei Hui-a-Iwi a Te Akitai Waiohua. Date: Saturday, 19 February 2011 Venue: Pükaki Marae, Pukaki Road, Mängere Time: 10am start Agenda/Kaupapa: Te Akitai Waiohua is holding a hui-a-iwi to elect representatives to the Te Akitai Waiohua Iwi Authority, and to mandate the Te Akitai Waiohua Iwi Authority to represent Te Akitai Waiohua in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown. An election will take place for representatives of the Te Akitai Waiohua Iwi Authority and a resolution will be passed to confirm the appointments. In order to vote, people will need to attend the hui in person on the day and be registered. Registration forms are available on Te Akitai Waiohua's website (www.TeAkitai.com) and can be requested from the below contacts. People who wish to be nominated as representatives will need to attend the hui. The hui will also vote on the following resolutions: Waiohua historical Treaty of Waitangi claims; and the Crown, regarding the comprehensive settlement of Te Akitai Waiohua's historical Treaty of Waitangi claims. All persons of Te Akitai Waiohua descent are encouraged to attend. For further information, contact: David Wilson, 85b Pükaki Road, Mangere, Phone (09) 275 9102 Joanne Wilson, 85b Pükaki Road, Mangere, Phone (09) 275 9102 Te Akitai Waiohua's website is www.TeAkitai.com, should you have any other queries. 31 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 26, 2011 SPORT Suburbs in strong position Despite the wild weather over the weekend, there was still a decent amount of club cricket played on Saturday. Suburbs New Lynn s Jimmy Neesham took control of their Hedley Howarth Trophy two-day match against Cornwall, posting an unbeaten 84 before the rain arrived at Cornwall Park. That innings allowed Suburbs to make their way to 162-2 and put them in a strong position to exert pressure on Cornwall next weekend in the battle for first innings points. Meanwhile, home ground advantage didn t count for much as Eden Roskill struggled their way through a rain- shortened day to 119-8 against North Shore at Keith Hay Park. Anand Mitha, 40 and Azhar Abbas, 36no, ensured the home side at least broke through the 100-mark as the Shore bowlers exploited the conditions to the maxi- mum. They will be looking to finish the job off next week to gain maximum points and push for a top four spot. In the Tom Hellaby Trophy two-day compe- tition, day one of Grafton United s match against Birkenhead City was abandoned. Scoreboards: Suburbs New Lynn 162-2 (Jimmy Neesham 84no, Max Montgomery 45) after one day. Eden Roskill 119-8 (Anand Mitha 40, Azhar Abbas 36no) after one day. City trounce Waikato Head to head: Auckland City's Sam Campbell goes up against Waikato FC's Tim Pilkington in their ASB Premiership match at Kiwitea St on Saturday. Photos: SHANE WENZLICK Stretching out: Auckland's Andrew Milne passes the ball past Waikato's Nick Branch. By JEREMY RUANE Auckland City are starting to hit their straps in a big way in the ASB Premiership, with a 5-1 win over Waikato FC at Kiwitea St on Saturday. David Mulligan s 12th minute free kick started the ball rolling, but the home team spurned numerous opportunities to double their advan- tage against opponents who grew in confidence as the first half wore on. But two goals in the first 11 minutes of the second half killed off the game as a contest, with Daniel Koprivcic respon- sible for both of them. The first punished a parried save by John Fletcher from Andrew Milne s attempt, while Luis Corrales set up Koprivcic for his second goal of the game after Mulligan corner wasn t cleared. Stu Kelly joined in the fun mid-way through the second half, while Milne scored City s final goal of the day in the game s dying minutes. Jason Hicks scored Waikato s only goal. City head to Otago United on Sunday know- ing that victory will con- firm their place in the end-of-season playoffs. But before that match, they take on Wellington Phoenix in the ASB Challenge Series at Kiwitea St tonight, with $2000 at stake for the victors. Meanwhile, Auck- land s under-20 women s squad scored a come- from-behind 3-2 victory over their Auckland under-20 development squad in the opening round of the inaugural ASB Women s Youth League at Keith Hay Park on Saturday. Such is the depth of under-20 talent in the northern region that Auckland is fielding two teams in the northern conference of the new competition and the draw pitted them against each other on the open- ing day of the season. Both Auckland teams are on the road this Saturday, with the development squad heading to Fred Jones Park to take on Waikato- Bay of Plenty at 2.30pm, two hours before the Auckland under-20 squad visits Northern Football s Fred Taylor Park home.
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