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Top: Frames standing on ground floor. Raking areas are for the entry
and stairways which rise from ground floor to roof of second floor.
Left: Ground floor garage framing with steel lintel and support beams
installed ready for midfloor construction
This Landmark home under construction is
now at the ground floor framed up stage.
You will see the extra sized framing (150mm) to
support the extensive areas of schist cladding.
The large openings for future windows will take
full advantage of the lake and mountain views.
The mid floor section is currently being formed.
for festival game
NZ player: Former
Black Cap turned
Batsman: Scott Styris in
action during the 2013
Organiser: Former Black
Cap Shayne O'Connor.
What: Festival Day of Cricket including a
youth coaching clinic and Twenty20 match
with former Black Caps players.
When: Sunday, January 27 from 10.30am.
Match at 1.30pm.
Where: Molyneux Park, Alexandra
How much: Gold coin entry. No BYO
alcohol is to be brought to the field but
beer and wine will be available for
By CHE BAKER
NZCPA team comprising former Black Caps
players: Mark Greatbatch, Ewen Chatfield,
Geoff Allott, Scott Styris, Glen Salzberger,
Daryl Tuffey, Roger Twose, Kerry Walmsley
and Wade Cornelius (who played for
OCCA team comprises: Former Otago Volts
and Black Caps player Shayne O'Connor,
former All Black Justin Marshall, Fraser
Wilson, James Pyle, former Otago rugby
player Charlie Hore, Rusty Neville, former
Otago Volts player Rhianne Smith, Damien
Petre, Eric Standfield and Hayden Finch.
Alexandra is to
become the back-
drop for a
reunion of former
they take to the
pitch at Moly-
neux Park on
Sunday as part of
a Festival Day of
Former New Zea-
land pace bowler
and event organiser Shayne O'Connor
said a youth coaching clinic, with
former professional players on hand to
coach, will be held as part of the festival,
followed by a Twenty20 match.
The Twenty20 match will include a star-
studded lineup, with a New Zealand
Cricket Players Association Masters team
taking on a Otago Country Select XI team.
''The aim of the game is really just to try
and promote cricket in the area and at
''The long-term hope is to return the
standard of the facility to first class level
with the view to hosting Otago Volts
matches again,'' Mr O'Connor said.
Those taking part in the festival can test
bowl against Ewen Chatfield.
Proceeds from the event will go towards
Otago Country junior cricket.
Ready to race: Etchell yachts practice on Lake Wanaka ahead of this weekend's annual regatta.
Photo: ANTONY HANSEN, WANAKA TV
Race faces survival sailing'
What: Wanaka Yacht Club's annual regatta
When: Friday, January 25 from 5.50pm;
Saturday, January 26 from 10am; and
Sunday, January 27 from 10.30am
Where: Roy's Bay, Lake Wanaka
Best viewing: Around the club's premises,
at Lake Wanaka Marina on Lakeside Rd
By JESSICA MADDOCK
About 40 boats are expected to race on Lake
Wanaka this weekend, in the local yacht
club's annual regatta.
Wanaka Yacht Club publicity officer Roger
North said the event, sponsored by Mitre
10, was the largest on the club's calendar
and attracted sailors from Christchurch
south, and occasionally the North Island.
Buoys would be used to indicate the course,
but the direction the boats would take
could not be announced until just before
each race, as it depended on the wind.
Eight races were planned across Friday
night and Saturday, and on Sunday
endurance races would be held, around
Mou Tapu Island for the larger boats and
Ruby Island for smaller vessels.
In a rhumb line - the straightest route a
vessel could take - the endurance races
were 25 kilometres and 6km but they were
likely to be much longer in reality, North
The Wanaka Lakes Coastguard would be
present throughout the regatta, particu-
larly during the Mou Tapu Island race,
which could become ''survival sailing''
depending on the conditions.
In the other races, the yachts and dinghies
would be separated into four divisions of
similar boats, with a handicap system
levelling the playing field.
Another division would provide an
opportunity for the skippers of Etchells to
race. These nine-metre one-design light-
weight racing vessels had become so
popular in Wanaka that the event now
doubled as the national freshwater
Defending champion Jeff Mercer, of
Wanaka, skipper of Grenade, was expected
to be up against about eight other Etchells.
A tough competition was anticipated.
Races between other popular classes,
Flying Fifteens and Noelex 22s, were also
expected to be hotly contested and the
junior dinghy sailing was always a
highlight, North said.
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