Rodney Times : December 14th 2010
31 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 14, 2010 Charts and Publications (pursuant to Section 36 of the Maritime Transport Act 1994). © LINZ Note: Tides data supplied by Land Information New Zealand. For more information on how to interpret these tides, visit: 3 2 1 0 s time and height for Auckland HL HL HL HL HL HL HL HL Sun rise & set Moon rise & set Auckland (For Orewa: + 2 mins) Muriwai Beach Kawau Island Great Barrier Tryphena Mangawhai Heads Kaipara Harbour Pouto Stanmore Bay/ Mahurangi Weiti River Entrance 2:02AM 2:31PM 2:51AM 3:19PM 3:45AM 4:09PM 4:42AM 5:00PM 5:38AM 5:51PM 6:30AM 6:43PM 7:19AM 7:34PM 8:00AM 8:35PM 8:54AM 9:25PM 9:51AM 10:17PM 10:46AM 11:09PM 11:39AM 12:00AM 12:29PM 12:50AM 1:16PM 4:18AM 4:39PM 5:16AM 5:36PM 6:19AM 6:36PM 7:23AM 7:36PM 8:22AM 8:34PM 9:15AM 9:28PM 10:03AM 10:18PM 10:36AM 11:14PM 11:35AM 12:10AM 12:39PM 1:09AM 1:42PM 2:07AM 2:40PM 3:02AM 3:33PM 3:52AM 4:21PM 1:47AM 2:16PM 2:36AM 3:04PM 3:30AM 3:54PM 4:27AM 4:45PM 5:23AM 5:36PM 6:15AM 6:28PM 7:04AM 7:19PM 7:56AM 8:31PM 8:50AM 9:21PM 9:47AM 10:13PM 10:42AM 11:05PM 11:35AM 11:56PM 12:25PM 12:46AM 1:12PM 1:39AM 2:05PM 2:30AM 2:52PM 3:25AM 3:41PM 4:22AM 4:33PM 5:17AM 5:24PM 6:10AM 6:16PM 6:59AM 7:07PM 7:48AM 8:28PM 8:39AM 9:17PM 9:34AM 10:07PM 10:29AM 10:58PM 11:24AM 11:49PM 12:15PM 12:38AM 1:05PM 2:07AM 2:36PM 2:56AM 3:24PM 3:50AM 4:14PM 4:47AM 5:05PM 5:43AM 5:56PM 6:35AM 6:48PM 7:24AM 7:39PM 8:05AM 8:40PM 8:59AM 9:30PM 9:56AM 10:22PM 10:51AM 11:14PM 11:44AM 12:05AM 12:34PM 12:55AM 1:21PM 4:58AM 5:19PM 5:56AM 6:16PM 6:59AM 7:16PM 8:03AM 8:16PM 9:02AM 9:14PM 9:55AM 10:08PM 10:43AM 10:58PM 11:06AM 11:44PM 12:05PM 12:40AM 1:09PM 1:39AM 2:12PM 2:37AM 3:10PM 3:32AM 4:03PM 4:22AM 4:51PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM t, 18 Dec Sun, 19 Dec Mon, 20 Dec Copyright Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited 2010 Rise 1:41PM Set 1:06AM Rise 2:38PM Set 1:32AM Rise 3:36PM Set 1:58AM Rise 4:35PM Set 2:28AM Rise 5:37PM Set 3:01AM Rise 6:39PM Set 3:41AM Rise 7:39PM Set 4:28AM Rise 5:55AM Set 8:36PM Rise 5:55AM Set 8:37PM Rise 5:55AM Set 8:38PM Rise 5:55AM Set 8:38PM Rise 5:56AM Set 8:39PM Rise 5:56AM Set 8:40PM Rise 5:57AM Set 8:40PM 2:04AM 2:33PM 2:53AM 3:21PM 3:47AM 4:11PM 4:44AM 5:02PM 5:40AM 5:53PM 6:32AM 6:45PM 7:21AM 7:36PM 8:12AM 8:47PM 9:06AM 9:37PM 10:03AM 10:29PM 10:58AM 11:21PM 11:51AM 12:12AM 12:41PM 1:02AM 1:28PM 2:03AM 2:32PM 2:52AM 3:20PM 3:46AM 4:10PM 4:43AM 5:01PM 5:39AM 5:52PM 6:31AM 6:44PM 7:20AM 7:35PM 8:07AM 8:42PM 9:01AM 9:32PM 9:58AM 10:24PM 10:53AM 11:16PM 11:46AM 12:07AM 12:36PM 12:57AM 1:23PM www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/ tidal-info TIDES, SUN & MOON These tide predictions are not of cial tide tables as speci ed in Maritime Rules Part 25 Nautical Charts and Publications 4 Tide graph shows Tue, 14 Dec , , Wed, 15 Dec , , Thu, 16 Dec , , Fri, 17 Dec , , Sat © Tide Chart RodneySport EMAIL SPORTS NEWS TO: email@example.com Horse beats mountain bikes By CARALISE MOORE Overall winner: Horse rider Flo Cummings was first overall, beating the mountain bikers with her time of 38 minutes. Bike winner: Jeremy Smart was the first mountain biker home in 46 minutes in the Equicycle Challenge in Dairy Flat. One of the first bike ver- sus horse challenges in New Zealand was won by the horses by about eight minutes at the North Harbour Trotting Club in Dairy Flat. The Equicycle Chal- lenge involved riding a 15km track across the club's oval, gravel roads, paddocks, river beds and forests, pitting horse riders against mountain bikers in a first-to-the- finish race. Redvale and Counties polocrosse clubs hosted the event, with mountain bikers starting the clock at 8.30am on November 21.The quickest mountain biker was Jeremy Smart in 46 minutes. Although different from usual mountain bike courses, Jeremy says the track was great. Horse riders started in groups of five to seven at 11.30am for safety. The competition attracted a range of riders. The youngest was 13-year-old Maia White, who finished second in the horse section, mak- ing some outstanding hill climbs. Rider Florence Cum- mings topped the horse riders and beat the bikers with her 38-minute ride. Her home-bred stock thoroughbred polocrosse horse set a great pace and standard for next year's competition. Redvale and Counties Polocrosse club thanks Shane Hayes and his team at Downer for their help with traffic manage- ment, the Wills family and Waste Management for allowing them to hold the event on their land. To learn more about polocrosse email auck landpolocrosse@hotmail. com. Coast on the ball with thrilling win Pep talk: Coach Neil ''Steelo'' Morrison gives encouragement to, from left: Centre fielder Jacquie Stipec, star batter Courtney Walker, second base Jamee Wrathall and shortstop Natalie Wilcock. Even its most ardent supporters gave Hibis- cus Coast Sharks softball team little chance of a win when they faced a resurgent Mt Albert Metro away from home on the first Thursday of the month. Metro, with ace international pitcher Megan Farrell and a strong batting side, grabbed 11 hits and things looked ominous when they scored their first batter. They had all the strength and tactical advantage, but were thwarted by sharp fielding which stopped the batting chances from building. The Coast's Jacquie Stipec struck back with a three base shot in the first turn and scored when Melanie Gulb- ransen batted her home. Metro then built a handy lead with a run in the second innings and another in the third -- it looked as if was all over for the Sharks. The Hibiscus Coast fight-back started in the third turn with a hit from Courtney Walker, followed by another from Jacquie Stipec for 3-2 -- the team lifted. Walker hit again in the sixth, starting the batting for the third time in four turns. But this time it was Gulb- ransen who hit the run home to tie the game. The excitement built, but no further runs came ahead of the tie- breaker eighth innings. Coast had the benefit of it being Walker's turn to be first again and she took her third hit of the match, to bring home the runner and end the game 4-3. Women's draw December 18: Metro v Otahuhu, Phyllis St 1.30pm, Hibiscus Coast v Marist, Rosedale Park 2pm, Ramblers v Waitakere Bears, Warren Freer Park 3.15pm, Western Magpies v Howick, Rosedale Park 4pm, Hibiscus Coast v How- ick, Rosedale Park 6pm. Get in the swim at surf life saving Beachy: Children can turn up on Saturdays at Omaha beach for a day of surf life saving fun. More than 100 children arrived at Omaha Beach for a day of surf life saving fun. The Omaha junior surf pro- gramme is for ages four to 13. Those 14 years and older can train to become a lifeguard,'' Omaha surf junior surf sports co- ordinator Nicola Patterson says. The programme runs every Saturday from 10am to 11am for the younger children, and until 11.30am for the older participants. There will be no surf programmes over the Christmas holidays, starting again January 22. The club has an auction night on January 7, starting 7.30pm, at Fraser Reserve, Omaha Beach. Visit www.omahasurf.co.nz for more information.
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