Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Martin Guptill leads way for Blackcaps in warm-up win over Sri Lanka

The Black caps have rediscovered their form with the bat in chasing down Sri Lanka challenging 357 in their final champions trophy warm up match at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
Kane Williamson's men were set a challenging 357 - run target, following a superb 110 off 104 balls by Sri Lankan opener Upul Tharanga. Martin Guptill, who made just nine Monday's match against India, stepped up with a powerful century off just 73 balls.


We Made History!

Yesterday The year 5&6 and 7&8 soccer team went over to Point England reserve to play in the Soccer Inter school team we play in the B pool. We won our first 1-0 against glen Taylor and we lost our next match 1-0. From there on we kept a winning streak it and it then was the semi finals this we to go to the finals we bet Panmure Bridge 4-0 It was the last match we played against Stone fields it was a hard and epic match the final score was 0-0 it was equal also so we both came first place.

The MVP was Lupe & the top scorer was me We were happy and enjoyed or day.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Thick fog choking Christchurch

A Blanket of thick fog has smothered Christchurch on Wednesday morning and about at least 20 flights have been cancelled at Christchurch International Airport. Authorities have warned drivers to take on the road and to use their headlights. Met Service says coastal areas down east coast of the south Island will be covered with fog .

Monday, 8 May 2017

Tangiwai memorial unveiled for unsung heroes

A memorial has come out for two men whose selfless actions saved 134 lives during the Tangiwai train disaster in the central North Island. It's been 60 years since the crash and Sunday was the first time their actions have been correctly recognized. The families of train driver Charles Parker and fire man lance red man paid tribute to the men at the service along with  survivors of New Zealand's worst rail disaster.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Israeli man missing on West Coast


A search and rescue operation has been launched near west port on the West Coast for a missing Israeli man. The 40 year old was last seen in the Bucklands peaks are of the Paparoa National Park on Tuesday. He was seen wearing dark trousers and a red jacket at the time. Police have care for his safety as weather conditions have been dangerous with high winds rain and some temperatures in the area dropping below 0degC over the last few days.

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Cricket: Guptill, Williamson find form in IPL

All bets are off for next year's Indian premier league the playing  slate is wiped clean and fresh contracts will be made.
Black Caps batsmen Martin Guptill

So its not a bad time for players to produce eye - catching form with 2018 in mind. New Zealand opener Martin Guptill cleared his throat for the kings XI Punjab today. He made a late start to the IPL through injury but today slapped an unbeaten 50 off 27 balls to steer his team to a easy 10 wicket win over the hopeless Delhi daredevils who were rolled for just 67.