Can You Help?

Over the weekend we heard the devastating news that the Kuklinski’s family home burned down. Elle and her whanau have been an important part of The Terrace whanau for many years and have lost everything, so we’d like to do what we can to help out.

We have set up an account for Kuklinski Family and will be doing fundraising over the next few weeks, but if you could spare a dollar or two now it would be appreciated.

Donations can be made to:

BNZ
Account: Kuklinski
Account Number: 02 0780 0045671 83

Thank You!

Newsletter August 27th 2014

Newsletter No 25 – August 27th 2014

Tena koutou nga matua o te kura – Dear Parents

What a week it has been! We had our Central Terrace team win the rugby in what was a close game, the students are running their hearts out with training for our cross-country and we have created a brand new lunch menu to support our healthy living.

Coming up is the ‘Kids can’ and ‘loud t-shirt’ mufti day. We have put the two charities together so really, just find a colourful t-shirt to go with some pants and that will be perfect. Please provide your child with $1 on the day.

Kathi Harris

Principal

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NEWS FROM THE DENTAL CLINIC

(CHB Community Dental Clinic, 5 South Service Lane Waipukurau   858 6725)

Parents of year 8 children

At your Year 8 child’s next dental appointment you will be asked to nominate the dentist your child will be enrolled with from the start of Year 9. Could you please give this consideration before your child’s appointment.

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Central Terrace Rugby Champions!

First it was the soccer and now it’s the Rugby! Central Terrace managed a breath taking win over Waipukurau Primary School with the final score 17 – 19 to Central Terrace.

Now the school is definitely going to have to buy a trophy cabinet.

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Mini Collectables

Room 1 would like any New World mini collectables that you have doubled up on, for their “school talk to learn” programme they are doing at the moment.

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Absences

If your child is not going to be at school for the day, please text the school on 027 8705243.

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We would also be grateful for donations of prizes. If you or a business you work for or know would like to donate something, then please let Sue Chant know or ring the school office on 8589360.

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Healthy Lunches

 Trial Menu: September 8th – 26th

 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:  Main $2  Side $1

 Thursday meal:   Full Price (ex Blondies,)

Terrace School Lunches Trial Timetable – Download your copy HERE

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  LOST

A lime green MGP scooter has been lost. This scooter has the child’s name on it. If anyone finds this scooter or has any information, could they please contact the office. A reward is being offered if this scooter is found.

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Term 3/4 – 2014 Events

(terrace.school.nz/calendar)

Coming Soon:              

August 28 (Th):                   BOT meeting.
September 1 (M):                Touch Rugby begins – Central Rugby Grounds 4-7pm.
September 4 (Th)                Weta Art comp’.
September 4 (Th)                 Practice cross-country.
September 5 (F)                   Terrace cross-country.
September 8 (M)                  New School Lunch Menu begins.
September 11 (Th)                Inter-school cross-country.
September 12 (F)                  PTA trivia evening.
September 15 (M)                  PTA Meeting
September 18 (Th)                 BoT Meeting 5pm
September 19 (F)                  “Kids Can” and “Loud t-shirt”  mufti day.
September 21 (Sun)               Hatuma Half-Marathon
September 23 (T)                   Science in school.  Students selected to talk to Ministry representative about what excites them about Science.
September 23 (T)                  Terrace school spelling Bee.
September 25 (Th)                Playhouse performance for the whole school.
September 26 (F):                 Term 3 Ends

October
October 2 (Th)                         Vintage car day 10.00 – 11.00
October 22 (W)                        Ngati Whai Festival
October 24 (F)                          Hawkes Bay Show Day
October 27 (M)                         Labour Day

November
November 10 – 14                     ERO Visit

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pssst … have you checked out our Facebook page yet? facebook.com/theterraceschool

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CHANCE CARD AND FAIR PLAY LUNCH WINNERS:

 These are the lucky children who won a free lunch for tomorrow:- ……

Leslie Renata Rm 2, Ebony Taylor Rm 2, Korban Stevenson Rm 7, Tyler Stutheridge Rm 3, Emma Johnson Rm 7 and Kaysharn Hopton Rm 1.

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These children were gifted a lunchbox for their extra effort in cross-country. Well done to you all and thank you to Fonterra for supplying the lunchboxes.

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Sports

Touch

Terrace 1 Under 11yrs Touch team training at Terrace school on Sunday 31st August 2014.

This is to be held at 2.00pm – 3.00pm. Please contact Sara (0221986458) if you cannot make it to practise.

 Touch rugby will be starting Monday 1st Sept 4.00 – 7.00pm.

P.T.A. are hoping to hold a sausage sizzle as a fundraiser but volunteers are needed for this venture. If you are available please contact the school office on 8589360 by Friday afternoon.

Soccer

Could all those players who have not yet returned their football shirts, please do so ASAP.

Netball News

With the netball season done and dusted please return clean netball uniforms to Miss Brabyn as soon as possible.

 Mini ball

Can Mini ball notices please be back by Friday 29th August.

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He Kaha Te Mautauranga – Knowledge is Strength

 

Newsletter August 20th 2014

Newsletter No 24 – August 20th 2014

 Tena koutou nga matua o te kura – Dear Parents

 Welcome to week 5!

This week we have a special welcome, a small reminder and a massive celebration, but before we get into that, I just want to thank all the wonderful people who get out and support our kids whether it’s on the sports field, in the classroom, or baking cupcakes behind the scenes. You are what make the Terrace whanau so special. Thank you.

Alright back to it!

Kathi Harris
Principal

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 Welcome to Our New Receptionist

 Ti Rina

Kia ora whanau and friends of Terrace school,

My name is Te Rina. I will be the new face in the office or the voice on the phone. I have 3 children, 2 attend Terrace who are in our bilingual unit, and one who attends home childcare. My husband works for Flemings Electrical as an appliance tech. I really look forward to meeting all our wonderful families.

Thank you

Te Rina Watson-Hayes

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 NEWS FROM THE DENTAL CLINIC 

Young children need help to brush their teeth properly, after breakfast and especially before bedtime. Encourage them to brush their teeth first, and then help out by standing behind them with the child tipping their head back and looking up, and opening wide – you can then brush any plaque left behind, concentrating where their teeth and gums meet and the biting surface of their molars.

CHB Community Dental Clinic, 5 South Service Lane, Waipukurau 858 6725

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Lost

 A lime green MGP scooter has been lost. This scooter has the child’s name on it. If anyone finds this scooter could they please contact the Terrace School office. A reward is being offered for information leading to the recovery of this scooter.

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If your child is not going to be at school, please PHONE: 858 9360
OR
TEXT us: 027 8705243.

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Have you checked out our Facebook Page yet? facebook.com/theterraceschool

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THANK -YOU

A very large thank you to Sara Corbett’s whanau. Three generations later they are still heavily involved with our school. Sara’s mum, Sandra and her uncle welded our new netball hoops and nets to the existing poles for our netball players.                                     They look great, thank you so much!

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PTA News

The next P.T.A. meeting will be held on 25th August 2014

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If you or a business you work for or know would like to donate something, then please let Sue Chant know or ring the school office on 8589360.

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Onga 7′s

As the day began we all sat nervously in Miss Turfrey’s room getting our last minute instructions before we all hopped on the bus. We were off to the Onga Onga 7’s to compete in this fantastic yearly event of sport, comradery and socialising with other schools.

We arrived to Onga Onga and got ready for the parade. The schools were all looking sharp in their uniforms.

We got into the sports. “Break a leg everyone”.

We played rugby, soccer, netball and even managed to get a hockey team together, home by the way, won the fair play shield for their great attitudes. The day progressed and everyone was playing well, neck minit, Te Puawaiora goes over and breaks her foot. Then poor Campbell hurt his ankle and had to get crutches too.

On a better note though our team won the soccer, we played well in the netball but didn’t make the finals and our senior rugby team made the finals but didn’t win the cup.

Alex (Room 9)

Opening Ceremony Onga 7s

Onga 7′s Opening Ceremony

What an awesome day we had!

Thanks to all the children who participated and played well and all the parents for taking the time to train us and support us on the day. If we get any further official results we will put them in next weeks newsletter.

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Term 3 – 2014 Events

(terrace.school.nz/calendar)

 Coming Soon:

20th August (w)                     4 year old day

25th August (M)                  PTA Meeting (postponement date)

28 August (Th)                     BoT  5pm (postponement date)

September:

4th September (Th)              WETA Art Comp, Pukeora 

11th September (Th)            Interschool Cross country

15th September (F)              P.T.A 7.30pm

18th September (Th)           BoT Meeting    5pm                                                            

19th September (F)              Kids Mufti day     

21 September (Sun)            Hatuma Half-Marathon

26 September (F)                Term 3 Ends

October:

2nd October (Th)                   Vintage car day 10.00 – 11.00

22 October (W)                      Ngati Whai Festival

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Coming Soon….Healthy Lunches

Keep and eye out for our super new trial menu and $3 healthy lunch options

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In Our Community

 

Taniwha Daffodils 2014 & Photographic Competition

FREE ENTRYdaffies

Open daylight hours, Aug 29 – Sept 28 (weather permitting)

Pick, ponder, wander or picnic.

Bring waterproof footwear and warm clothes!

Hawthorne coffee & small treats available at The Coffee Shed (open during peak hours).

Cash preferred but eftpos available.

• Taniwha Daffodils

On the Takapau Plains with the Ruahine Ranges in the distance. Hundreds of daffodil varieties planted in a park-like setting with 20 acres of mature trees and ponds. Plunket Fundraiser. (Volunteers wanted)

• “Taniwha Through the Lens”

Unichem Waipukurau Photographic Competition 3 categories – Adult/Youth/Junior – Cash prizes & vouchers!

• “September Snaps”

Post your smart phone snaps from Taniwha Daffodils 2014 on our facebook page – most liked receives a cash pize!

Large groups: please contact Esther 06 8558369, esthermabin@gmail.com

For more information/competition details: check out Event Finder Hawkes Bay or www.taniwhadaffodils.co.nz

Central Hawkes Bay Plunket is grateful to be the recipient charity of Taniwha Daffodils

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 Foetal Alcohol Professional Development

This is for adults in the school community, including teaching staff, parents and support agencies.

Wednesday 27th August 3.45pm – 5.30pm at CHB College.

The speakers will be Andrea Hanna (Psychologist), Vic Gollmer Clinical Coordinator/Social worker with the Developmental Assessment Programme and the Child development Service.

Afternoon tea will be provided.

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 Takapau Arts Centre

Mosaics

1st & 3rd Mondays 9.30am    Contact Trish 855 8241

Memory Albums & Cards

Thursday 10.00am                  Contact Joan 855 6887

Wine Tasting

4th Monday 7.15pm                   Contact Anne 858 7383

Garden Group

1st Wednesday 10.00am          Contact Eleanor 858 8108

Fibre Fun

Wednesday 9.00am – 2.30      Contact Jay 855 8462

Patchwork & Sew on

Thursday 10.00am                     Contact Mary 855 8099

Upholstery

Wednesday 7.00pm and Friday 10.00 am        Contact Trevor 858 7954

Yoga

Monday 3.15                              Contact Joan 855 6887

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 Sports News

 Soccer News

Well done to our amazing 11+yrs soccer team from Terrace School. We are very proud of their achievements which are, Winners of the league, Winners of the knock out cup, Winners of the Lew Issacs trophy and undefeated throughout the season having scored over 100 goals!

11+ soccer team

We are equally proud of our 9-10 yr soccer team as well. Here they are showing off their ribbons for achieving runners up for the league and runners up for the Knock Out Cup.

9-10 Year Old Runners up

And… our 7-8 year old team also came runner up in the Knock Out Plate!

What an amazing season!

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(pssst… Could all those soccer players who have not yet returned their football shirts, please do so ASAP? Thanks… )

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Netball News

This is the last weekend of netball.

A big thank you to our coaches, umpires and of course all the supporters.

Terrace Rockets v Waipukurau Green              Court 4:   9am

Terrace Comets v Takapau School Jewels         Court 3 : 9am

This is a fun PYJAMA DAY – Players will be playing OUT OF THEIR NORMAL POSITIONS for the games to make it as FUN as possible.

Terrace Titans v Elsthorpe                                 Court 3:   10am

Following the games there will be a prize giving at 11am.

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Rugby News

with Boyd Harris

U13 SEMI FINAL

Central Terrace went down to Dannevirke to play Huia/ TKK and after a sound beating from this team in the round robin we didn’t know what to expect. Our team played very well and got out to a 43 to 5 half time lead which was outstanding.

Huia/ TKK regrouped and really took it to us in the second half. They scored four quick fire tries but to the credit of our boys they soaked up the pressure and scored another 3 tries to run out deserved winners 62 to 36.

Next week we have the chance to win the Championship…. Up against our neighbours Central Waipukurau and after 2 draws last week and the loss in the Onga 7s final their confidence will be high, but I believe we have the skills and talent to go all the way. Just need to focus at this weeks training and turn up on Saturday and have a go!!!

See you at training Thursday.

GO THE TERRACE!!!!

Boyd Harris

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MINIBALL SUMMER SEASON

We are taking registrations for the Mini ball Summer season, which runs for 8 weeks, starting Friday 12th September until Friday 28th of November.

Games will be played at the Waipukurau Stadium and Memorial Hall. Cost will be $16 per person in a team of 7.

Closing date for registration is Friday the 29th of August 2014.

Permission slips will be sent out on Friday 22nd August

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 He Kaha Te Mautauranga – Knowledge is Strength

 

Don’t Panic!

dragonRuffnut and Tuffnut left the gate open and their Hideous Zippleback got into the school grounds! He’s knocked out our email so the digital newsletter won’t be delivered today.

But don’t panic, the Riders of Berk have caught him and he’s back at the dragon academy, where he belongs. Meanwhile your newsletter will be in your email inbox as soon as possible tomorrow (whew).

Have a great evening!

:)

 

Newsletter 13th August 2014

Tena koutou nga matua o te kura – Dear Parents

Cross Country practice, PTA fundraisers, Survey’s, Mathletics, Gold Medals, cans, swimming, competitions …. whew!

Lots to talk about this week so I’ll sign off now. Have a great week!

Kathi Harris

Principal

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terrace school favicon P.T.A. NEWS

The Terrace School P.T.A. have a fundraising Trivia evening on Friday 12th September in our school hall. Starting time is 7.00pm.

Teams are made up of 6 people with $5 entry per person.

B.Y.O. drinks and nibbles. Start organising your team now. If you can’t make up a team of 6, you can always join with some others.

We would also be grateful for donations of prizes. If you or a business you work for or know would like to donate something, then please let Sue Chant know or ring the school office on 8589360.

Money raised will be put towards iPad’s for our classrooms.

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Second Hand Uniforms

If you are buying new uniforms, please send your old ones to school. There are many families who could do with a second set or extra layers.

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 Nit-watch  ’14

We currently have nits going around and need to treat them to stop them spreading. Central Health is giving away free treatments if you go in and see them. Don’t forget to wash the bedding to stop repeat infection.

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Have you checked out our Facebook Page Yet?  
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 Results of Report Survey

These have indicated that we need to add a glossary to our reports, add extra boxes for some subjects and share more information about the National Standards.

The staff at Terrace will consult and try to find the best way to do this.

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Cross Country @ Terrace

We have started training for the cross country in the afternoons. Our first run Included Rooms 7,8,11 and Room 6.

The children run up the school path, out along Porangahau Road down to Gaisford, where they turn at Blondies and run up and over Gaisford down to Racecourse Road. They run along Racecourse Road until they get to Lakeview Road, following that until they get back to Porangahau Road then back down the school path back to the assembly area where they must stretch and cool down.

Children are encouraged to run in shoes but they can run barefoot if they choose to.

We will run as often as the weather permits and our competent runners will have Humpty’s Hill added to their run for a challenge.

Teachers are posted at all streets that have to be crossed and we check the paths before the children run.

Congratulations to these children for their amazing efforts:

Korban Stevenson
Emma Johnson
Eli McKibbon
Patrick Gilby
Breana Gilby
Bayden Auckram
Kahleal-Pace Reti
Honoria Williams
Unique Williams
Tahjei Ngarotata-Garnham
Anton Ellmers and
Carlos Ellmers

Brilliant effort and attitude by all of the children that ran on Tuesday…Yay!

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 Kids in the Community

Mathletics

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 “Here is our year 7 Mathletics team in full thinking mode at St Joseph’s in Hastings.  Just wait until next year, we will be even greater!”

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Congratulations!

Heidi Sklenars won the 1st Junior Angler Certificate and Cups 2013-2014.

Heidi is a member of the Pania Surfcasting Club Hawke’s Bay and she recently won the Heaviest Junior Fish Award for landing a Kahawai weighing 1.84kg!

Heidi loves surfcasting with her dad and has fished at a number of beaches around New Zealand.

Well done Heidi, we think that you are amazing!

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SWIMMING COMPETITION

Iziah Ellen-Aiavao competed in a swimming competition on Tuesday 12th August and received a trophy for Runner-up for most improved swimmer.

We are so proud of Iziah for this wonderful achievement. Well done.

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Titans Tournament

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On Friday the 8th of August The Terrace Titans Netball team travelled to Napier for a netball tournament. We left Terrace School at 8.15am and arrived in Napier at 9.15am. When we got to the courts we went and changed into our uniforms and got straight onto the court.

The teams we played were Flemington, Puketapu, Poukawa, Maraenui and Te Pohue. We won three games and lost two. Our players were: Chasie, Dakota, Monicia, Viontaeque, Te Puawai, Erana, Kasey and Taylen. When the tournament was finished we went to McDonalds and then headed back home.

Our netball team came 3rd overall. Well done the Titans!!

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Friday 15th August is the last day for our “can drop” at school.

We are collecting cans for our local food bank so if you have any spare cans please drop them in the green bin outside the Terrace school office.

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Room 8 Gets A Special Visit

As part of our Commonwealth Games Unit we invited Tafai Ioasa to come to Room 8 and answer some questions that we had prepared about the Commonwealth games. He bought his shirt that he had worn during the games and also his Gold Medal.

Room 8, Tafai Ioasa and his 2006 Commonwealth Gold Medal.

Project7Bradley, Brianna and Rayne are happy holding the Gold Medal for Tafai and Brianna is wearing the shirt he played in when his Rugby Sevens Team won the Gold Medal.

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Term 3 – 2014 Events

(terrace.school.nz/calendar)

 Coming Soon:

18th August (M)                    P.T.A. 7.30pm

20th August (w)                     4 year old day

21 August (Th)                      BOT Meeting 5pm                                             

September:

4th September (Th)              WETA art Comp, Pukeora 

11 September (Th)               Interschool Cross country

15th September (F)              P.T.A 7.30pm

18th September (Th)           Board meeting                                                                   

19th September (F)              Kids Mufti day     

21 September (Sun)            Hatuma Half-Marathon

26 September (F)                Term 3 Ends

October:

2nd October (Th)                   Vintage car day 10.00 – 11.00

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 Sports News

Football

FOOTBALL KNOCKOUT CUP DRAW  – 16 August 2014

11+ GAME ROUND 1

9am – Game 1, Field 1, Mangaorapa/Flemington vs Terrace

SEMI FINALS

9 40 – Field 1, Waipawa/ArgyllEast/Elsthorpe vs WINNER of game 1

9 40 – Field 2, Onga Onga vs Winner of Game 2

KNOCKOUT CUP FINALS            

10 20 – Field 1 SF Winner of ga -me 1 vs SF Winner of game 2

KNOCK OUT PLATE FINAL                                                                                            

10 20 – Field 2 Round 1 game 1 Loser vs Round 1 Game 2 Loser

11+ games will be 30 minutes a game   15mins each way with a quick turn around

KNOCKOUT CUP  9 – 10Years     

ROUND 1

9am – Game 2, Field 2, Terrace vs Sherwood/Takapau/TikoKino

SEMI FINALS

9.30 – Field 1, Waipawa/Omakere/Otane vs Winner game 1

9.30 – Field 2, Elsthorpe/StJosephs/Waipukurau vs Winner game 2

KNOCKOUT CUP FINAL

10am – Field 1, SF game 1 Winner vs SF game 2 Winner

KNOCKOUT PLATE FINAL

10 am – Field 2, Round 1, Game 1 Loser vs Round 1, Game 2 Loser

9 – 10 year games will 20 minutes   10 minutes each way with a quick turnaround. These games will be played on the bottom fields.

KNOCKOUT CUP – 7/8 years

9am – Field 1, Game 1, Waipawa/Omakere/StJosephs vs Terrace

SEMI FINALS

9.30 am Field 1, OngaOnga/TikoKino/Sherwood vs Winner game 1

9.30am Field 2, Waipukurau vs Winner game 2

KNOCKOUT CUP FINAL

10am – Field 1, SF game 1 Winner vs SF game 2 winner

KNOCK OUT PLATE

10 am Field 2, Round 1, game 1, loser vs Round 1, game 2 Loser

7/8Year games will be 20 minutes a game 10 minutes each way with a quick turnaround. These games will be played on the bottom fields.

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 Netball 

There are now two more weeks of netball with the season finishing on the 23rd August.

Terrace Rockets and Comets:

16th August – Finals

23rd August – Fun Day and Prize giving

Terrace Titans:

16th and 23rd August – games continue as usual and the winner of the grade will be determined by points at the end of the games on 23rd August.

Draw for this weekend:

Terrace Rockets v Onga/Tiko Rebels                Court 3           9am

Terrace Comets v Waipukurau Black                Court5            10am

Terrace Titans v Takapau School Stars             Court 1            10am

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Senior Rugby Round-up
with Boyd Harris

Central Terrace vs Waipawa - Game day2nd August 2014

A sound win, 55 to nil, with the whole team contributing across the park in both attack and defence. Highlight of the game was a new move that saw Raniera Nathan putting a “banana” kick up and Carlos Ellmers out pacing his marker, catching it on the full and on the run and gassing everyone to score…Just like the NRL.

Was great to see Mrs. Harris on the sidelines supporting the team.

Congratulations to Tui Kuru (our captain) for getting selected for the Hawkes Bay U13 Open weight rep team, great to see your hard work being recognised.

Next week we are facing Central Waipukurau at Central Park at 11am

Central Terrace vs Central Waipukurau : 20 – 20 Draw – 9th August 2014

Very exciting game with our team going to a 10 – 5 half- time lead. But once Waipukurau turned and had the wind they came right back at us and with just 9 mins on the clock led 20 to 15.

We regrouped and worked well as a team and managed to score again to be level at 20 points each and managed to hold them out for the last 3 minutes. Great team effort and a big improvement since the last time we played them and with a bit more focus we can go all the way next time.

Next game is our Semi-final against Huia Range/ TKK in Dannevirke and if we can focus this week, we will have one more chance to knock over Waipukurau in the Final…. wouldn’t that be good!  :)

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He Kaha Te Mautauranga – Knowledge is Strength