Tasman Leader : August 1st 2013
31 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 1, 2013 SPORT Christine Cook Christine Cook 'A trusted name in Real Estate' 544 8778 Licensee Salespeople (RRAA 2008) Nelson Area Tide Watch Sun - Moon - Fishing AM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PMAM6NOON6PM Tide Data © LINZ Maori Fishing Calendar © Bill Hohepa Friday, Aug 2 Saturday, Aug 3 Sunday, Aug 4 Monday, Aug 5 Tuesday, Aug 6 Wednesday, Aug 7 Thursday, Aug 8 Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 5:45am 6:48pm L 12:03pm H 5:47am 6:50pm L 12:02am 12:11pm H 5:50am 6:53pm L 12:13am 12:22pm H 6:04am 7:07pm L 12:13am 12:22pm H 5:27am 6:30pm L 12:01pm H 5:12am 6:15pm L 11:31am Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 6:47am 7:48pm L 12:55am 1:09pm H 6:49am 7:50pm L 1:03am 1:17pm H 6:52am 7:53pm L 1:14am 1:28pm H 7:06am 8:07pm L 1:14am 1:28pm H 6:29am 7:30pm L 12:53am 1:07pm H 6:14am 7:15pm L 12:23am 12:37pm Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 7:44am 8:34pm L 1:45am 2:03pm H 7:46am 8:36pm L 1:53am 2:11pm H 7:49am 8:39pm L 2:04am 2:22pm H 8:03am 8:53pm L 2:04am 2:22pm H 7:26am 8:16pm L 1:43am 2:01pm H 7:11am 8:01pm L 1:13am 1:31pm Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 8:34am 9:13pm L 2:27am 2:48pm H 8:36am 9:15pm L 2:35am 2:56pm H 8:39am 9:18pm L 2:46am 3:07pm H 8:53am 9:32pm L 2:46am 3:07pm H 8:16am 8:55pm L 2:25am 2:46pm H 8:01am 8:40pm L 1:55am 2:16pm Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 9:18am 9:49pm L 3:06am 3:26pm H 9:20am 9:51pm L 3:14am 3:34pm H 9:23am 9:54pm L 3:25am 3:45pm H 9:37am 10:08pm L 3:25am 3:45pm H 9:00am 9:31pm L 3:04am 3:24pm H 8:45am 9:16pm L 2:34am 2:54pm Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 9:58am 10:22pm L 3:41am 4:00pm H 10:00am 10:24pm L 3:49am 4:08pm H 10:03am 10:27pm L 4:00am 4:19pm H 10:17am 10:41pm L 4:00am 4:19pm H 9:40am 10:04pm L 3:39am 3:58pm H 9:25am 9:49pm L 3:09am 3:28pm Nelson Tarakohe Motueka Mapua Croisilles French Pass H 10:35am 10:55pm L 4:16am 4:32pm H 10:37am 10:57pm L 4:24am 4:40pm H 10:40am 11:00pm L 4:35am 4:51pm H 10:54am 11:14pm L 4:35am 4:51pm H 10:17am 10:37pm L 4:14am 4:30pm H 10:02am 10:22pm L 3:44am 4:00pm Rise 3:43am Set 1:32pm Rise 4:31am Set 2:21pm Rise 5:16am Set 3:13pm Rise 5:56am Set 4:08pm Rise 6:33am Set 5:05pm Rise 7:06am Set 6:04pm Rise 7:37am Set 7:04pm Rise 7:34am Set 5:33pm Rise 7:33am Set 5:34pm Rise 7:32am Set 5:35pm Rise 7:31am Set 5:36pm Rise 7:29am Set 5:37pm Rise 7:28am Set 5:38pm Rise 7:27am Set 5:39pm Best at 8:31am and 8:31pm Bad fishing Best at 9:19am and 9:19pm Bad fishing Best at 10:06am and 10:06pm Bad fishing Best at 10:53am and 10:53pm Bad fishing Best at 11:40am and 11:40pm Fair fishing Best at 12:25pm Fair fishing Best at 1:10am and 1:10pm Good fishing Ball carrier: Dressed for the occasion in club colours this obviously avid Waimea Old Boys' supporter, captured by Shuttersport photographer Barry Whitnall, just wanted to get out there and help during Saturday's game at Trafalgar Park. But the back-up was not unleashed. Waimea did not need a hand taking home their 13th title with a 51-22 win over Wanderers. Shuttersport photographers are out and about each weekend covering the the region's sports events, so for more great images see shuttersport.co.nz. Sirens boogie down Tank rolls through: Jodie ''Tank'' Reed out front for the Sirens of Smash with fellow Sirens in green, from left, Shannon ''Shameless Shenanigans'' Reynolds, Christie ''Deathrollher'' Smith and Tara ''The Taraist'' Forde. By ALASTAIR PAULIN Was it premature celebrating that spoiled the Sirens of Smash's chances of knocking off Wellington during their roller derby match of big hits and nimble jammers? That was certainly the way it looked to super fan Aaron Mr Credit Crunch'' Drummond at the Tahunanui Skating Rink last Saturday night. Sirens spokeswoman Tara Forde was too busy blocking Richter City Convicts skaters to make the connection but when Aaron pointed out after the bout that Nelson held the lead until some of the Sirens started dancing trackside just before halftime, the theory struck her as a plausible explanation. The Sirens were taking on the Convicts, the B team from the country's strongest roller derby squad, Wellington's Richter City. The Sirens got out to an early lead thanks to some well- strategised moves that saw their jammers racking up the points but then they wised up to our starts'', Tara said. The match was very physical with lots of big hits, making it entertaining to watch but tough to play, she said. In the second half, I think we lost our focus a bit and we made more mistakes. We had a lot of people sent off [for illegal blocks] and that's a real disadvantage. They put big points on the board when our jammers got sent off, giving them a power jam.'' She was still pleased with a strong showing from the Sirens, who eventually lost 228-146. The Sirens MVP, as voted by the Convicts, was jammer Cherie Credit Crunch'' Drum- mond. Tara said that Fay Precious'' McKenzie, usually a jammer, made some great blocks, and that it was great to see Jodie Tank'' Reed, a relative new- comer to the squad, step up and make some powerful hits. Tara said the Sirens wanted to thank the 300-strong crowd who came out to support them. The Sirens are looking for sponsors to help them get to the nationals in Palmerston North at Labour Weekend.
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