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NAPIER MAIL, FEBRUARY 1, 2012
February Sports Events
Surf Life Saving Twilight Carnival, Hardinge Rd, Napier
3-5 Fishing - Coruba Open
Surf Life Saving HB Champs Rnd 3, Ocean Beach
Surf Life Saving HB Junior Carnival, Ocean Beach
Friendly Dental Ironkids Tri Series No.1, Ocean Spa
Hawkes Bay United Fotball vs Auckland City
Bluewater Stadium, Park Island
Cricket NZ Blackcaps vs Zimbabwe ODI McLean Park 2pm
For more information, go to www.sporthb.net.nz
Leading Edge Coaching
This two day workshop has been specifcally
designed and adapted for sports coaches, using
a number of accepted and proven models, and
is particularly aimed at those coaches who are
interested in and enthusiastic about expanding their
performance beyond the level of technical, sports
specifc coaching. It aims to give coaches a wider
range of options when it comes to investigating new
possibilities in getting greater performance from
Why leadership is an essential skill set in coaching
Attitudes, Energies, and Motivations
Leadership, Values and Performance
Coaching and Learned Optimism
Task Performance and Leadership Versatility
Relationships Coaches and Athletes
The How To of Leadership Versatility
As coaches we should always be looking to improve
and understand our strengths and weaknesses better.
Through this workshop Theo provided me with the tools
and methods to ensure this is possible moving forward. The
workshop also allowed us as coaches to share knowledge
and experience which is invaluable when planning
coaching programmes. I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop
and utilise many of the learnings from Theo in my current
Greg Nicol, Assistant Coach, Black Sticks Women Hockey
Hawkes Bay Hockey Pavilion
Clyde Jeﬀery Drive, Park Island
Thursday March 1st and Friday March 2nd 2012 from
9am - 5pm
Registration required by Friday February 3rd 2012
$180 per person (payable by cash or cheque on
Lunch provided both days
For more information and to register contact Tim Motu
845 9333 Ext 762 or email@example.com
Bay View Ph 836 6298
Weve got the range
Eight get their oar in
We're No 1: HB Rowing Club's winning novice boys' eight crew: Back from left, Mike Trautvetter (coach),
Stephen Vanderpeet, Tom Brownlie, Matthew Kitchin, Liam Kitchin, Max Williams, Russell Dodd, Jock
MacIntosh (coach). Front from left: Tom MacKintosh, Edwin Laver, Harry Evans (cox).
Hawke's Bay Rowing Club has
claimed the crown of the North
Island's top club.
At the conclusion of the North
Island club championships at
Lake Karapiro on January 14,
Hawke's Bay was sitting on top
with 69 points, ahead of North
Shore on 51 points and West
End on 42.
Standout results for Hawke's
Bay included wins by the men's
senior coxless four of Tom Jen-
kins (stroke), Andrew Potter,
Oliver Wood and Patrick
McInnes; and the men's novice
coxed four of Russell Dodd
(stroke), Max Williams, Edwin
Laver, Liam Kitchin, and Harry
Evans (cox) -- all of whom were
members of the winning novice
boys' eight crew (pictured
The Canterbury Crusaders will play the
Chiefs in their first home match of the Super
Rugby season at Napier's McLean Park on
March 9, not April 9 as reported last week.
Crusaders chief executive Hamish Riach
anticipated there would again be plenty of
support from Hawke's Bay rugby fans for the
match, with 14,000 turning up to McLean
Park last year to watch the two sides play.
We played there last season and had fan-
tastic support, and we believe that support
will be there again this year,'' he said.
The Crusaders side should feature local
superstar Israel Dagg while the Chiefs boast
a number of Hawke's Bay Magpies in their
ranks including Hika Elliot, Brodie Retallick,
Ben Tameifuna and Sona Taumalolo.
Teen's top woman golfer
Winning drive: Teenager Kate Chadwick, right,
receiving the Senior Championship Cup and prize
from major sponsor, Sacred Hill general manager,
Cath Walker, at the Maraenui Golf Club last week.
Napier golfer Kate Chadwick is now ranked the
top female player in Hawke's Bay, after the
19-year-old won the Senior Championship Cup at
the Maraenui Golf Club last weekend.
It was my aim right from the start to win this
tournament, and I'm really happy that I did,'' said
Chadwick, who took up golf in her early teens.
Maraenui Ladies' Club captain Adele Leppien
said the annual tournament was a triumph,
attracting 100 players from Auckland to Pahiatua.
The success was due to the huge support we
received from club members, sponsors, and in par-
ticular Sacred Hill Winery, our major sponsor.
And it was good to see a lot of younger players
joining the field this year,'' she said.
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