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Matamata Chronicle - - Health & Wellbeing -

Mata­mata Swifts 5-a-side Mata­mata Do­main Thurs­day, Novem­ber 12 6pm Dark Knights v Waikato Studs, Jolly Farm­ers v Hugh and His Hoes, Two Gen­er­a­tions v Booze Bros, War Ma­chine v Killer B’s; 6.15pm Be­govich Builders v Force 5, Farr Q’s v Co­mag Crush­ers, Kings Spec­ta­cle v Cor­a­ga­tor Mag­gots, Mm­mDon’t Think So v Mata­mata Askals, Na­tive Ways v The Stay­ers; 6.30pm Fez Ke­bab FC v Mad Dogs, Gor­don v Thun­der­ham­mers, Henry’s Sh*tkick­ers #2 v Morrsplin­ters, The Clan v Henry’s Sh*t Kick­ers, Unath­letico United v Dicko’s; 6.45pm Booze Bros v Dark Knights, Co­mag Crush­ers v Cor­a­ga­tor Mag­gots, Jolly Farm­ers v War Ma­chine, Killer B’s v Hugh and His Hoes, Waikato Studs v Two Gen­er­a­tions; 7pm Farr Q’s v Na­tive Ways, Force 5 v Mm­mDon’t Think So, Kings Spec­ta­cle v The Stay­ers, Mata­mata Askals v Be­govich Builders, Unath­letico United v Henry’s Sh*tkick­ers #2; 7.15pm Henry’s Sh*t Kick­ers v Gor­don, Mad Dogs v Thun­der­ham­mers, Morrsplin­ters v Dicko’s, The Clan v Fez Ke­bab FC. part­ners and friends, went to the Mata­mata RSA for din­ner. This get to­gether was also an op­por­tu­nity to farewell Nancy Kid­ner who is shortly go­ing to the South Is­land to live near her fam­ily. Nancy has been a good worker in the club. She will be re­mem­bered for be­ing tour­na­ment sec­re­tary for many sea­sons and mostly giv­ing us a full green. Club rollups have con­tin­ued on Thurs­days and Satur­days at 9.30am. Thurs­days be­ing the club’s off­i­cal day (with two pe­ri­ods) there is a va­ri­ety of pro­gramme each time. week­ends of T20 games. Away at Leamington they played Otorohanga and Te Awa­mutu. Bat­ting first against Otorohanga they posted a re­spectable 129 in the 20 overs, only to have the op­po­si­tion chase it down in the last ball of the 20th over. Against Te Awa­mutu, they bowled first and took wick­ets reg­u­larly. Te Awa­mutu man­aged 123 in their 20 overs. Ian Mar­shalls’ four overs, two wick­ets and only 13 runs were the best, al­though wick­ets were well shared around. Chas­ing, again it was a close one with the last wicket fall­ing with two balls to spare and 121 runs posted. Kyle Van Wav­eren, car­ry­ing an in­jury, top scored with 28. Home the fol­low­ing week­end, it was Mor­rinsville first up. Bat­ting first, Hin­uera put 145 on the board, made up of con­tri­bu­tions from most of the eight bat­ters used. Top score was An­thony Sewell with 37. A hard hit­ting opener in Bren­don Revell scored 67 and was sup­ported by Rhys McCarthy to see them chase the to­tal down once again with two balls to spare. Best of the bowlers was An­drew Tiddy with four overs, two for 15. With three close games, a much needed win was the tar­get with Piron­gia next. Piron­gia was bowled out in the 20th for 88 with the best bowler young spin­ner Blake Robin­son who fin­ished with four overs and three for 11. Hin­uera only needed to use six bat­ters and 15 overs to chase this down.

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