Central Leader : January 16th 2013
www.centralleader.co.nz 10 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 16, 2013 SPORT GET UP AND PORTS OF AUCKLAND ROUND THE BAYS 2013 SUNDAY 10TH MARCH TRAINING STARTS 21ST JANUARY Download a training schedule from roundthebays.co.nz Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day rubbish and recycling collection changes Following Auckland Anniversary and Waitangi Day holidays most* council rubbish, recycling and paper collections will be one day later than usual. This will affect collections for two weeks starting Monday 28 January (Auckland Anniversary). Please note that there are no changes to Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 February collections (Waitangi Day week). Normal collections will resume Monday 11 February 2013. Find out more: Phone 09 301 0101 or visit: www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz *Exceptions: • Parnell/Newmarket area: no changes to Thursday night rubbish collections (red lidded wheelie bins) • North Shore and Waitakere: no change to business' evening kerbside rubbish bag, recycling and paper/cardboard collections • Rodney: contact your local private rubbish collection provider • Inner CBD: no changes to the collections of kerbside rubbish, recycling, paper and cardboard. Join us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or search 'rubbish and recycling' on the council website for more information. 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ASB3267_Mighty Waitakere kept at bay by Cornwall Go to centralleader.co.nz and click on Latest Edition for a full match report and photos. There was plenty to cel- ebrate for Cornwall Cric- ket Club after Saturday's play in round five of the Jeff Crowe Cup. Cornwall took the match by 123 runs as Waitakere failed to capi- talise on its recent form as the one-day compe- tition resumed on Saturday at Cornwall Park. Waitakere's medium- pacer Praneel Hira says Cornwall played smart right throughout. Cornwall put the clamps on with their spinners and we were always behind the 8-ball,'' he says. Navy blues start year with a bang Go to centralleader.co.nz to watch highlights from Auckland City's match against Waikato FC. By JEREMY RUANE Auckland City Football Club is quickly getting back into the winning groove with two away triumphs after the ASB Premiership resumed last week. The navy blues kicked off the year following their FIFA Club World Cup Finals excursion with a clash against Wai- kato FC, who were put to the sword 4-1 at Centen- nial Park. Daniel Koprivcic bag- ged the first goal in the third minute, but the hosts gradually got back into the match and deserved their equaliser when Waikato's Sam Margetts netted on the half-hour mark. But there was only one team in it by the second spell, with City regain- ing the lead four minutes into the second half. Manel Exposito thun- dered home a shot into the top corner before he and Koprivcic netted another pair of goals a minute either side of the hour mark. Canterbury United dominated the early stages against Auckland in Sunday's match in Christchurch. Andrew Barton head- ed Canterbury in front from an Aaron Clapham cross in the 12th minute. City gradually worked their way back into the contest and drew level 14 minutes later when Alex Feneridis headed home a Luis Corrales cross. The hosts were further silenced seven minutes into the second half when Koprivcic doubled the visitors' lead follow- ing some poor Canter- bury defending. The visitors eventually sealed the points 11 minutes from time when substitute Tade headed home a free-kick, extend- ing their lead to the final 3-1 scoreline. City now lie second in the table, five points behind cross-town rivals Waitakere United but with a game in hand for Waitangi Day. They play Otago United at Kiwitea St from 2pm on Sunday.
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