Central Leader : January 16th 2013
www.centralleader.co.nz 11 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 16, 2013 SPORT MASSIVE BED SALE 30-50% o selected beds Bedstop Special Pocketspring unit with medium foam layer at a great price. Queen $899 Available in all sizes Innersprung Mattress Single from$198 Spinal Support Pocketspring technology with sumptuous comfort. Natural latex to o er a restorative sleep. 50% o Queen $3598 $1799 King $4398 $2199 *Fabric may vary *King shown *Mattress , linen and accessory not included. Queen slat frame $1199 now $599 Tallboy $1199 now $599 Bedside $499 now $248ea Dresser $1399 now $698 Soho Bedroom Collection 50% o THREE KINGS 509 Mt Albert Rd Three Kings Ph: (09) 625 8151 opp Three Kings Plaza MON-SUN10-4pm ST LUKES Shop10, 1 Wagener Place St Lukes Mega Centre Ph: (09) 849 7504 Next to Noel Leeming MON-SAT9-5pm SUN10-5pm Price complete with PENTAX standard single vision lenses with scratch resistant coating. Progressives and Bifocals also available at an extra cost. Second pair must be from the same price range of frames and lens range or below. Must be same prescription. Price for other lens types may differ. Extra options not included. Price correct at time of printing. Frames available while stocks last. MCCANN_SPE2398. Now at Specsavers 2 complete pairs from $299 Auckland CBD: 303 1364, Newmarket -- Rialto Centre: 523 5322, St Lukes Westfield: 846 2991. Visit specsavers.co.nz to find out more. Teams lose players to upcoming worlds While Mt Albert Ramblers battled to hold out rival Eden Roskill in the Soft- ball Auckland Fastpitch Champion- ship at St Lukes, fellow championship leader Auckland United had few prob- lems beating Howick 6-1 at Fowlds Park. The two sides, along with North Harbour club Northcote, lead the title race and each coped with the loss of players who were in training camps, preparing for the world championships on the North Shore starting on March 1. Ramblers stuttered when games resumed after the Christmas break with the young Eden players eager to retain fourth place. But Ramblers won 1-0 with three of the side's four hits coming in one innings. That innings also cost the side young Cameron Maney who broke his ankle trying to stop sud- denly after a fine outfield throw from Eden's Jor- dan Thorp halted his sprint to score a second run. Eden showed real fighting spirit and introduced young- sters Jarome McKenzie and Mackenzie Thorp to the top grade. Thorp came in to pitch late in the game and showed that he will be a great addition to the existing two-man Eden pitching attack. The already crowded season has forced catch-up mid-week matches with big tournaments scheduled in the next month and the shortening of the regular season due to the world series. Ramblers' women continued their rise with a solid 6-1 win over Marist to stay in the hunt with Waitakere Bears, Western Magpies and Otahuhu.
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