News Archive - September 2011

News Archive | Subscribe to News News Feed

Jacques Cochonnet Draw

1 September 2011

The draw for Round 16 was made at the conclusion of the Committee Meeting. It is a provisional draw as not all clubs have confirmed that they are taking part.

World Championship Team Fundraising Mêlée

4 September 2011

A big thank you to all the people who supported our fundraising Mêlée and a special thank you to the Horowhenua Pétanque Club for being great hosts.

The Mêlée was a great success and all had a good time.

Sharon, Barbara, Christine, Claire

WPA Committee Meeting

7 September 2011

The minutes for the 1 September meeting are now available. The next meeting will be held on Saturday 24 September at the conclusion of play at the Regional Singles. The meeting will be held in the Horowhenua clubrooms.

Hawke's Bay Classic Doubles

11 September 2011

Thirty-three teams took part in the traditional season opener at the Napier City Pétanque club. The trophy final was won by David Lippard and Michael Rocks from Christian Fouquet and Murray Porter.


Jacques Cochonnet Challenge Trophy

18 September 2011

Horowhenua took the early lead in their challenge against Upper Hutt and held on over the last two rounds to win the Jacques Cochonnet Trophy for the first time.

Results (Upper Hutt names first)
Singles: Kathy Taylor vs. Jan Hayward 9-13, 13-8, 13-4;
Doubles: Doc Murray/Alison Zuppicich vs. June Cave/Lew Gill 12-13, 10-13, 9-13;
Triples: Ian Baine/Bob Horton/Mike Kennedy vs. Rosemary Barrack/Pat Buckley/Lynne Teddy 12-13, 13-5, 13-12.
Score: Upper Hutt 4, Horowhenua 5

Tournament history

PNZ National Women's Triples

18 September 2011

Thirteen teams took part in the National Women's Triples held in Caversham. The Championship was won by Karen Stephen, Tina Targett and Christine Taylor who become the second South Island team to win a national championship.

Final placings

WPA Committee Meeting

19 September 2011

Hi all.

Just a reminder. The next WPA committee meeting is to be held at Horowhenua Club at the close of play on day one of the Regional Singles on Saturday 24th September 2011. This is to allow Clubs who cannot normally attend evening meetings to have a presence. (Agenda)

Colleen Horton

Regional Singles

25 September 2011

Thirty-four players took part in the first Regional championship of the season. The Championship was won by Michael Rocks from Richard Lawson. The Plate was won by Dirk Winnie from Brent Longhurst and the Bowl by Pete Hamilton from Lew Gill.

Final results