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28 — Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, February 12, 2015 www.times.co.nz/classifieds Bucklands Beach Association Football Club REGISTER NOW for 2014 SEASON TRIALS EARLY MARCH for all grades Check our website for details bbafc.org.nz FREE Coaching education for anybody interested All contact details on website or contact Merv Hotter, BBAFC President 027 304 2300 CD211556 Sailing... a sport for life! BUCKLANDS BEACH YACHT CLUB Please enquire for further details on 534-3046 and check out our website www.bbyc.org.nz or email: email@example.com From childhood, right through the rest of their lives, people can participate in sailing. Sailors gain life experience in the sport of sailing. It builds confidence, inspires courage and rewards perseverance amongst children. ADULT LEARN TO SAIL PROGRAMME YNZ Levels 1 & 2. Starts February 14, 2015 Courses held Saturdays – 6 hour sessions over 3 weeks using 7.4m keel boats Graduates from Adult courses may take part in Learn to Race programmes. Highly experienced Yachting New Zealand qualified instructors. JUNIOR LEARN TO SAIL PROGRAMME YNZ Level 1 Starts February 22, 2015 Courses held Sundays – 3 hour sessions over 6 weeks using Optimist and Sunburst dinghies cd226634 PLAY RUGBY FOR ME!! Marist Eastern Junior Rugby Registrations Saturday 14th March 8.30am to 11.00am Sunday 15th March 2.00pm to 4.00pm Saturday 21st March 9.00am to 11.00am Sunday 22nd March 2.00pm to 4.00pm Contact Lynda 5355 704 or Helen 272 2455 - www.merugby.co.nz Baverstock Oaks School, Baverstock Rd, Flat Bush Rippa Grade $45 � Under 8-Under 13 $70 (incl socks & shorts) (MILO Weekend) (MILO Weekend) CD226668 Sport WANT A POSITIVE CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE? PRACTICE YOGA ON A REGULAR BASIS Tone, stretch your body Improve your posture Release stress Learn to relax Learn to optimise your breath Have higher energy... CD199124 For bookings call Nadine P: 537 9197 M: 021 356 305 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.kiwiyoga.co.nz Kiwiyoga CD212308 THE Blues Super Rugby team is moving to a purpose-built, world-class training and administrative headquartersatAlexandra Park in Auckland later this year. Blues on the move PAKURANGA UNITED RUGBY CLUB (INC) CD211870 PRE-SEASON SENIOR TRAINING For more info please contact Pita Alatini at the Club 027 255 8082 or email: email@example.com “Live Local, Play Local” All Teams: Premiers, Reserves, U21, U20’s, U85kg Every Monday & Wednesday 6.00pm until March Lloyd Elsmore Park, 6.15pm Past and new players welcome CD226442 Full meals available Wed to Sat from 6pm A member of Clubs NZ. Member/affiliates/new members welcome. Active sport sections include: Pool, Darts, Fishing, League, Golf Cnr Moore & Elliot Sts, Howick. Ph 533 4600 CD226674 JOIN THE CLUB Full Membership $50 CD226603 Artists impression of the new Blues headquarters and training centre at Alexandra Park. Image supplied The organisation has committed to a 15-year lease with Auckland Trotting Club to base their high performance centre at the Greenlane venue. Covering an approximate area of 1800 square metres, the facility will boast a high- tech gymnasium, prehab/ rehab area, rooms for seminars, medical and physiotherapy treatment and sports science, a cafe, and offices for coaching, team management and administration. The training field is located inside the trotting track with an option for a second field if needed. “We aspire to be a world class organisation both on and off the playing field – and we need appropriate facilities for the team and all of our staff,” said Blues chairman Tony Carter. “This is a once-in-a - generation opportunity to reposition the entire Blues organisation towards achieving our long term goals.” Chief executive Michael Redman said the new facility would greatly enhance the team’s ability to prepare as well as retain and recruit players. “The new facility is not the total solution however it aligns with our other investments in culture, identity and sports science.” The Blues have trained at Unitec in Mt Albert for approximately 10 years, with its administrative offices moving from Eden Park last year after becoming a stand-alone organisation. The move will see rugby return to the venue for the first time in more than a century. Formerly known as Potter’s Paddock, Alexandra Park hosted the 14th All Blacks test in 1908 in which the home team comprehensively beat the British and Irish Lions 29-0 in front of 12,000 people. Construction of the new facility will start next month.
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