Putaruru tennis off to good start
Tennis in Putaruru is going from strength to strength with last week’s fun breakfast and games held with more than 47 junior players and 23 parents attending.
Winners on the day included Imogan Poole, top girl; Royden Pesko, top boy; boys under 10 winner Dean Christensen; Grasshoppers winners Callen Christensen and Nathan Richards, and most improved players on the balance ball were Hannah Van de Laar and Nathan Richards.
Congratulations to all who took part in the fun day. Tennis nets are up at Glenshea Park and available for use.
Junior boxing is held in Putaruru each Tuesday evening from 5 to 6pm at Putaruru Health and Fitness on Princes Street. Boxing for adults is held each Wednesday and Thursday from 6 to 7.15pm.
Grounded in Health
Most people say they garden for fun and relaxation, but did you know it’s good for your health and fitness?
The average gardener burns about 300 calories an hour; builds lean, strong muscle mass and lowers the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Entry forms for next year’s South Waikato Super Sports event are now available.
The two-day event will be held on the weekend of February 24, 25 and 26 next year. Entry forms are available from Classic Hits 97.3FM, Morrissey’s and the Sport Waikato office.
Start training now.