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CENTRAL DISTRICT TIMES, MARCH 6, 2012
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15 - 17 MARCH
Top riders in annual Waimarino Rodeo
Spectacular: There is
always plenty of action
the Waimarino Rodeo.
The 2012 Waimarino Rodeo kicks
off in Raetihi on Friday night,
March 16, with locals giving it their
best in the barrel racing, steer and
This evening of fun is always
popular -- and has been for the last
We have already got quite a few
entries in for the local event but
don t panic if you haven t put your
name down yet, as you can do that
before the event starts, Minnie
Hall, spokesperson for the rodeo,
Organisers are expecting a good
turnout from New Zealand s top
riders, as this will be the riders last
chance to get points before the
forthcoming National Rodeo final.
Mrs Hall says there are also a
good number of riders coming up
from the South Island to give the
North Islanders a run for their
Saturday and Sunday are going
to be jammed packed full of events
from rope and tie, steer wrestling,
team roping, barrel racing, bare-
back, saddle bronco, bull and calf
Once again we have H&R Con-
tracting s top open bulls and also
Shane Windle s second division
bulls. Both lots of bulls have trav-
elled to a few rodeos this year.
The Waimarino rodeo supply a
majority of our own bucking horses,
which during the year are gener-
ously grazed by the Atihau Incor-
poration, Ted and Anne Bates,
Tarata Partnership and Tony
Some of the open bucking horses
this year are also supplied by Lei-
mer s. All our time event stock are
supplied by Huntly Rodeo.
All stock for our local Friday
night event is supplied by Tony
MacLean and Kev Scarrow, Mrs
Why not come down and enjoy an
action-packed weekend with some of
the country s top riders?
Public are requested to enter
through the gates on the Parapara
The organisers of the Waimarino
rodeo want to thank all sponsors for
the support they have given over
the last 62 years.
Without them and all our
helpers, we wouldn t be able to run
such an awesome event like this.
Men February 25
Bisque Bogey: R Leary +8, L
Manunui +7, M Newport +6, L
Leary +5, D Guylee +4, T Johnson
+4, S Brennan +4, H Bismark +3, J
Bismark +2, A Ross +2, R Geary +2.
Putting - J Bismark, L Manunui 29,
Twos L Manunui.
Ladies, February 29: D Howie
Par. Putting, J Guiniven +4, J
Griffiths +4, R Barrell +4, H
Bismark +3, C Gregory +3, M
Brennan +2, M Walshe +1. Putting,
J Guiniven 29, Twos, R Barrell.
Ladies 9 Hole: Putting, J Eng-
land, M Peacock 18.
Results February 27: Kelly/Oates
Cup No 1: North/South 1st Janenne
Oates and Dawn Wood 65.71 per
cent. 2nd Susan Marshall and Jo
Bellamore 61.90 per cent. 3rd Janet
Greenhough and Coral Thomas
51.90 per cent. East/West 1st
Lynette Collier and Enid Bryant
57.22 per cent. 2nd Marian Cleaver
and Judith Hintz 55.00 per cent. 3rd
Cindy Gibbs and Frances Hullis
51.67 per cent.
By IN THE ROUGH
The pennant team had a tough day
with the A grade team losing 9-3 to
a strengthened Marton team.
Duane Dick and Gary Cleaver
picked up a good win in their
foursomes for the only victory of the
morning at Palmerston North. Koke
Cashell was all class with a good
win and Matt Booth continued on
his winning way playing excellent
golf. Kerry Wells and Ben Cribb
both lost on the last. Rowdy Ander-
son put in a top effort up the order.
The C grade had two losses
against higher ranked teams going
down 4-5 to Levin and 3-6 to top
seeds Linton at Waimarino.
Kevin O Brien went unbeaten all
day with two big wins in his singles
as well as his fourball with Danny
Mickleson. Both Micklesons, Danny
and Jim, won in the morning and
Jim repeated his morning perform-
ance for another win after lunch.
Nick McGuinn made his C grade
debut at the top of the order.
Despite suffering two losses his
performances were most impressive
with a loss on the last. Brent Ham-
ilton went close in the morning and
Paul Renwicks had a tough day.
The team travels to Pahiatua this
week to play Wanganui and
Back home a compact quality field
played a par round and then cel-
ebrated superannuitant Robert
Cleaver s birthday.
Cody Stewart was all class
coming in five up. John Gilbert was
3 up, Denis Robertson and birthday
boy Robert were 2 up. John Booth
and the consistent Tom Power
weren t far away.
The pennant teams to play this
week are A grade: Matt Booth, Matt
Thomas, Koke Cashell, Ben Cribb,
Denny Thompson, Duane Dick,
Kerry Wells, Gary Cleaver and Alan
Thomas with players to be omitted.
The C grade team is Rowdy
Anderson, Brent Hamilton, Danny
Mickleson, James Mickleson, Paul
Renwicks and one further player to
The following week the Jack
Evans and McKenzie Cup are up for
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