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Limehills Netball Club
Trials held at Limehills School
(wet weather venue Central Sports Centre Ct 2)
Mon 25th Feb, 5pm -- Seniors to Year 7
Tues 26th Feb, 5pm -- Year 8 to Year 5
Mon 4th Mar, 3.45pm -- Year 6 to Year 4
All players must register prior to Trials
Registration and Enquiries - phone or txt by 20th Feb
Name/ Year at school (if applicable)/phone no
Fleur Anderson- 236 9570 home or 021 403 485
Nicola Watson- 248 5141 home or 021 051 7319
Otatara Netball Club
All trials will be held at
Aurora College on
Tramway Road at 6pm
on the following dates
Thursday, 21 February
Tuesday, 26 February
Thursday, 28 February
All new and existing
players are invited to
Please direct any
enquires to Diana (027)
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Winton Netball Club trials 2013
Trials held at St Thomas School
Wet weather venue Court 1 Central Sports Centre
Premier to 2nd Grade - Mon 25 Feb & Mon 4 March - 6pm
Last year s future ferns and all new players yrs3 and above to
register to Lee McMaster 236-7788
Any enquires phone Lee 236-7788 or Annie (03) 235-2225
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Inquiries - Phone 217-4938.
To be held on
Sunday 24 February
at Ingill Musical
176 Don Street,
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A world away: The Jayasinghe
family, Manji, Milie and Sanya, 6,
celebrate the 65th anniversary
of Sri Lanka's independence.
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK
Despite being halfway around the
globe, Sri Lankan nationals living
in Invercargill took time to
celebrate their country's 65th
anniversary of independence.
About 20 people -- mostly students --
gathered at the Southern Institute
of Technology to celebrate the
The former British Empire colony,
known as Ceylon, broke away from
the empire through a peaceful
political movement on February 4,
Manji, Milie and Sanya Jayasinghe,
6, arrived in New Zealand about
three weeks ago and celebrated the
anniversary at the Invercargill
Mr Jayasinghe said it felt very
special to be able to celebrate the
day, despite not being in Sri Lanka.
The family was pleased to be in
Invercargill, which they now call
home, and said they had been
welcomed by the community.
They had fallen in love with Queens
Park since it was rare to have ''such
a beautiful park'' in their home
country of 23 million people.
Mrs Jayasinghe will study at SIT,
while Sanya has begun studying at
Ascot Park School. Mr Jayasinghe
was looking forward to playing
rugby in New Zealand.
The passionate player represented
Sri Lanka, playing against New
Zealand rugby greats such as Jonah
The Southern Institute of tech-
nology will have 32 Sri Lankan
students on the campus this year.
Bridal show: Central Southland Bride of the Year committee member Maureen Hamilton admires a wedding gown entered in
the Winton competition more than a decade ago. This year is the 31st competition to be held and entries are open now.
Photo: MARY WITSEY 627608020
Relive the wedding day
Here comes the bride
Central Southland Bride of the Year competition
When and where: Monday, March 18, Winton's Memorial Hall, 7.30pm
Tickets: Door sales $15 for adults and children under-5 free
Entries: Brides married between February 2012 and March 2013 are eligible to
Contact: Lorna Anderson on: 236 2894 for details. Entry is free.
By MARY WITSEY
Central Southland Bride of the Year
competition organisers are hopeful
entries for the March 18 event will
be as good as last year.
Last year 30 brides and 20
bridesmaids entered the Winton-
staged competition, which is put
together by Rural Women New
Zealand's Central Southland branch
as a fundraising event.
Committee member Maureen Ham-
ilton said year after year the
competition was successful, with
good numbers of contestants walk-
ing the catwalk on the night.
''We're hoping to get good numbers
again this year.
''I think the brides like the chance
to wear their dresses again and I
think the public like to get involved
with the voting.''
On the night it is up to the public to
choose their favourite bride and
Last year entries came from
throughout Southland, with the
winner from Lumsden, she said.
''The brides recreate the day of the
wedding, with their hair done and
makeup -- it's quite a big night for
them . . . But it's not all about the
dress, I think the brides have got to
have a bit personality too -- they've
got to smile and walk well.''
Dress styles had come and gone
throughout the years, with most of
the gowns now being bought off the
hook and following the latest
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