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24 HOUR TREADATHON FOR "KIDNEY KIDS"
Napier's Jetts Gym raised $540 for Kidney Kids with a 24hour Treadathon recently.
"Because Jetts is open 24 hours we decided to have a 24 hour fundraiser for Kidney Kids
(supporting children with kidney disease)," says Napier Club Manager Helen Price.
"Twenty seven club members and supporters kept the treadmills running in sync throughout
the 24 hours raising more than $540".
They began at 6am on Sunday November 6 and finished at 6am Monday.
Jetts opened in Napier in May and has been very successfully filling the need for
a 24 hour gym facility in the city.
Jetts will be opening a new gym in Hastings on the November 19.
Jetts instructors from left: Cody Jury, Hastings Manager Hayley Ceselli, Michelle Middleton,
Luke Leadbetter, Napier Manager Helen Price, and club member Barbara Gosche
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Game won but coach Chandler lost
By DAVID GEAREY
Pumped: Kinetic Electrical Hawke's Bay United captain Bill Robertson after scoring
his side's second goal in the 3-0 win over the previously undefeated Canterbury
United at Napier's Bluewater Stadium at Park Island.
Photo: JOHN COWPLAND/ALPHAPIX.CO.NZ
A youthful Hawke's
Bay United side
notched up its first
win of the season
with a comfortable
3-nil victory against
Napier on Sunday,
but it was the news
that head coach Matt
resigned that really
Chandler -- who
took Hawke's Bay to
within a whisker of
an historic first play-
off last season --
announced he will be
taking up a coaching
will come into effect
at the end of November when he
and his family relocate to
The news may have spurred on
his players and Hawke's Bay
started the more productive in the
fiercely fought match, with
players from both sides not shying
away from any physical
But it took until the end of the
first half for the 400-strong crowd
to have anything to cheer about.
Hamish Watson notched up his
second goal of the season when he
pounced on a Canterbury defens-
ive error to calmly slot past Adam
Highfield in the opposition goal.
The fourth official immediately
held up the two minutes of
additional time and Bay captain
Bill Robertson doubled the home
side's advantage as he rose
highest to head in a Hawke's Bay
corner from just six yards.
Halftime couldn't have come
any sooner for the highflying
southerners and they began the
second half with a lot
Both sides exchanged
chances and had it not
had been for the
impressive Shaun Peta
in the Hawke's Bay
goal then Canterbury
would have continued
their goal-scoring run
which has seen them
score nine goals in their
last two fixtures.
However, in the 62nd
minute Hawke's Bay
wrapped up the match
when youngster Sam
Margetts bore down on goal,
slipped around Highfield and
neatly drove the ball into the back
of the net for the Bay's third of the
extremely impressed with his side
after they had come off a
disappointing draw the previous
and it's prob-
ably one of
I've seen out
in a long
ence and I'm
how we responded after last
weekend,'' he said.
With Chandler moving on,
assistants Chris McIvor and
former All White Jonathon
Taylor will have a chance to
show their expertise in the
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