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Pace may not play
Could be grounded: Normally high-flying HBS Bank Hawks import
Josh Pace might be rested against the Sharks as he recovers from
The HBS Bank Hawks will not be
rushing back injured import Josh
Pace for their final game of the reg-
ular season against the Southland
Sharks at home this Friday night.
Along with Paora Winitana, Pace
has regularly been the Hawks' top-
scorer and an instrumental contribu-
tor as the Hawks secured a third-
place finish in rookie coach Paul
Henare's debut year.
Pace was missing against the Nel-
son Giants after fracturing his cheek
in a freak training mishap a few days
Hawks general manager Rachel
Hinchco says with the Hawks already
guaranteed a home quarterfinal on
July 12, and not needing a win
against the Sharks, Pace will be given
until the last minute to prove his fit-
We are hoping to have him up and
running for the [Sharks], but we do
not want to jeopardise any healing
time with this injury. So a decision
will be made a lot closer to the game
start time,'' she said.
Hawks v Southland Sharks at PGA
this Friday night, tip-off at 7pm.
Hawks quarterfinal versus the 6th-
placed finisher will be played at PGA
on July 12. Tickets from TicketDirect.
Four-time cup winners go through
Napier City Rovers have reached the quarterfinals
of the Chatham Cup after a comfortable 3-nil
home win over Palmerston North Marist at Park
Island on Sunday.
Goals from Andy Bevin, Danny Wilson and
Fergus Neil were enough to send the four-time cup
winners through to the next stage, with the quar-
ter finals to be played on the weekend of July 23
There were only two games in the Central
League on the weekend, with league-leaders Mira-
mar Rangers winning the O'Brien Shield after a
4-nil victory over Olympic.
Central League standings:
Miramar Rangers 1
Western Suburbs 1
Lower Hutt City 1
Napier City Rovers 1
Pacific Premiership results -- home side
HBE Napier City 4 def Gisborne Thistle 0;
Lockwood Lytton 1 def by Geon Taradale Prems
5; Havelock New World Wanderers 2 def by
Ericksen Honda Port Hill United 4;
Napier Marist Premiers 4 def Kingfisher Bar
Western Rangers 1 def by 4 Cru Bar Maycen-
vale Premiers 4.
Hastings Pak 'n Save Premier Netball League
results from June 29:
Physique 62 defeated NRG Bay Hearts 36.
Speights Ale House Otane 73 defeated Physique
Plus Rehab Huias 52 defeated Workout Studio
HN Kauri 41.
Ex High Marist Blue 44 defeated Cruizers Uni-
son Flora 40.
HB Cook Islands 45 defeated Ruahine Motors
Central Sports 37.
Cape Physio MAC Blue 66 defeated Cape Physio
MAC White 35.
Poets' visit a real coup
Game on: Artist and poet John
Pule will be at the Hastings City
Art Gallery this month.
Hastings City Art Gallery's
exciting new exhibition, Game
On: A Selector's Choice of Con-
temporary New Zealand
Artists, opens this weekend.
To kick off the accompany-
ing public event programme,
the gallery is hosting a special
floor talk on Saturday, July 9,
Artist and poet John Pule,
whose painting Liogi Ke Foaki
Atu E Tau Aho Ne Galo Agaia
features in the exhibition, will
be joined by poets Brian
Potiki, Rowley Habib and Bob
Orr for a session, to share
their work and talk about
their creative processes.
We're so fortunate to have
these incredibly talented poets
coming to Hastings for this
event,'' says gallery director
Each of them has had a
great literary output, and are
fantastic performers of their
own work, so to have them
here as a group is a huge
More events will be on at
the gallery in coming months.
Game On is a really big
exhibition featuring artworks
of major national significance,
so we have worked hard to line
up a range of engaging public
events to match that.''
There will be more floor
talks, group tours, kids'
activities and other events
taking place while the exhi-
bition is running.
Game On: A Selector's
Choice of Contemporary New
Zealand Artists runs until
October 2, as part of Hawke's
Bay's Having A Ball Festival
and the Real NZ Festival.
more information on the
exhibition, or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to learn
more about the poetry event.
The John Pule and Friends
event is open to the public and
entry is free.
A rose-pruning work-
shop will be held at the
Frimley Park rose
gardens on Saturday
from 1.30pm till
Run by the Hastings
Rose Society in con-
junction with the Hast-
ings District Council, it
will include expert
says society secretary
If wet, it will be
moved to Saturday,
July 16 at the same
For more information,
phone 877 5806.
Writer to talk
Christchurch writer Caroline Fitzgerald will be
appearing at Hastings Library on Tuesday, July
12 at 5.30pm to discuss her latest book Te
Wiremu -- Henry Williams: Early Years in the
The great-great-granddaughter of Henry
Williams, Fitzgerald says writing this book has
given her a greater insight into her family's
contribution to the history of New Zealand.
Ever since Henry Williams, who has many
descendants in Hawke's Bay, translated the
Treaty of Waitangi into Maori in 1840, his name
has been embroiled in controversy.
Te Wiremu -- Henry Williams: Early Years in
the North gives readers another perspective of
the life and commitment that Henry Williams
made as a missionary.
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