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Sports strategy www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, August 20, 2015 — 17 SPORT & FITNESS Learn to play and enjoy a game for life! A special Learn to Play Membership at one of Auckland’s best golf clubs for only $499. This special offer includes: • A 6 month 9 hole membership at Royal Auckland Grange Course • 5 one hour coaching lessons with an NZPGA Professional • An official New Zealand Golf handicap • All equipment for coaching • The opportunity to try something new and meet new people For more information please contact Ray Martin at Royal Auckland Grange Course Pro Shop on 09 278 9777 ext.1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org CD233656 CLAY TARGET SHOOTING Carodale Clay Target Shooting is just 30 minutes just north of Auckland Come and discover the thrill of clay bird shooting at Carodale Country Estate set on 40 acres. Best simulated game fi eld in the region. Try this exciting and truly infectious fun for the whole family – no experience required. It’s fun and exciting – we guarantee a memorable event. Truly magnificent venue. • No experience required • Qualified instructors including NZ champ and World title holder Dale Clark • Corporate packages, Christmas functions, stag and hen parties, birthday parties, individuals and small groups • Gift vouchers ... don’t forget Father’s Day! • Family business for 13 years • New all weather facility BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! Phone 09 427 5567 or 027 448 9664 www.claytargetshooting.co.nz CD233158 iEngrave By Hand Pantography Rotary Laser Trophies & Giftware Shop 2A, Rices Mall 63 Picton St, Howick Village Ph: 535 8535 Email: email@example.com Play - Laugh - Have Fun! The most popular summer sport played in the USA, Canada and the UK Come along and join the fun every Wednesday evening Mixed teams, male/female (16 and older) Experienced team on hand to assist Fun for the whole family Gloves/bats available to rent To register as an individual or a team, visit www.slowpitch.co.nz CD233345 SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL ➤➤ From page 15 the board’s decision-making for sport and active recreation provision in the area now and in the future. Implementation of the plan is under- way, with funding allocated from its 2014/2015 discretionary budget to the following projects: ➤■ Athletics: $130,000 to the Pakura- nga Athletics Charitable Trust (PACT) towards construction of the pavillion at the 100-metre finish line of the ath- letics track at Lloyd Elsmore Park, on the condition that the funding will be released when PACT has secured the balance of the funds required to com- plete the pavilion project. Extension of a $100,000 Facility Partnership Grant from 2014/2015 was approved by the local board last June 15. ➤■ BMX toilet: $125,000 to the Moun- tain Raiders BMX Club for a toilet facility at Lloyd Elsmore Park to be owned by the club, including ongoing responsibility for maintenance and cleaning. Priorities for 2015/2016 are: ➤■ Football: Discussions with Ma- cleans College about the possibility of community access and use of the new artificial turf by Bucklands Beach AFC, 10 hours a week over 40 weeks of the year. ➤■ Gymsports: A feasibility study and business case for a new purpose-built building at Lloyd Elsmore Park with possible inclusion of martial arts, cheerleading and aerobics. ➤■ Netball: Investigate a joint venture with Pakuranga College to develop two indoor courts. If not feasible, then spatially plan to cover two courts at Lloyd Elsmore Park. The council says discussion is needed with Howick Pa- kuranga Netball Centre about its pre- ferred location for the investment. ➤■ Softball/squash: A feasibility study and business case for offices and a squash court at Meadowland Park, if required. If the documents are not required, then preparation of design plans, quantity survey, consents and project management would start for the planning of offices and squash court. ➤■ Waka Ama: A boat storage and wash down area at Tiraumea Drive Reserve. Boats will last longer if they are stored securely and would help the club get adequate insurance for boats and equipment. Recommended projects, 2015/2016- 2017/2018: ➤■ Tennis/Football: A joint Howick Tennis Club/Bucklands Beach AFC development at Howick Domain. This option is recommended if there is no support for a shared clubroom development at Macleans College. Bucklands Beach AFC has advised council staff that Howick Domain is not the club’s preferred location, rather it prefers to be based at Lloyd Elsmore Park. ➤■ Tennis: Convert a bowling green at Morrow Avenue Reserve to two tennis courts. One of two greens at Morrow Avenue Reserve is rarely used by the Bucklands Beach Bowling Club. Buck- lands Beach and Eastern Tennis Club have requested more courts. Further discussion is planned.
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