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Finals WCF Championsohip New Zealand

The finals were brilliant and it was sad that there should be a loser. Rachel(UK) finally won in the end with a simple jump - 5 games from 1 pm to 6.20 pm. Both Jenny and Rachel played brilliantly, though it took them both a little time to work how to run hoops, as they were very tight and only runnable from directly in front.

The roqueting, clearing shots and approach shots were really good, particularly as what I would call a 'black south easter" was blowing, (but white clouds.) Rachel is only 22 and her mentality capacity is impressive as she was 2-1 down against Jenny, but that didnt phase her, she continued in a calm and focused manner. The next world is in Cairo in 2 years time, which will give the Egyptians the vantage.

I missed out on the semi finals as I was given the incorrect time at Katikati and spent Friday morning in the salt water pools, arrived at the club, to find the finals just finishing. Gaye (from Aus) won the plate and there was also a consolation prize for those players kocked out in rounds 32 and 16, this was won by Judy Wembridge. One of the Egyptians, who had entered for the qualifier, but did not qualify, was allowed to compete in this competition.

Overall a very impressive competition, particularly the hospitality and helpfulness of the new zealanders. I would have liked to have seen more of the action at Mount Mauganui, but as I was in the plate, we were playing at other clubs. Murray, the NZ technical director gave me about 5 kg of coaching/refereeing material! Most of it has been posted back to RSA. (The post offices close at 4 and not open at weekends).

Last night we had the gala dinner, which was brilliant. The food was excellent,including roast, stuffed snapper (the local fish), lamb etc and desert was pavlova (apparently there is disagreement between NZ and Australia as to who invented the pavlova). We had the prize giving and we were all given a beautiful paper weight with different symbols - mine has the circle of life, and also a medal. It was a fun evening and sad to say goodbye to friends, but planning to meet in Cairo!

(Image: Gala dinner, with Rachel, the winner on the left)

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