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The Gisborne Photo News



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For the second successive year, the Poverty Bay School of Dancing won the British Ballet Organisation's Silver Taps trophy, awarded to the New Zealand school gaining the highest honours points in the annual examinations. Members of the school are, from left, back row: Shona Rare, Catherine Hill, Avon Poulsen, Colleen Anderson (teacher), Sandra Meade, Diane Cleaver, Kathryn Ria, Diane Rogers. Middle row: Melody Sherwood, Fleur Ferris, Nicky Searancke, Kay Rauna, Charlene Mohi, Honey Ria, Deana Rare. Front row: Karen Hollis, Debbie Piesse, Glenda Thornton, Michelle Kennedy, Jan Chalmers, Gillian Lee, Trudy Steele, and Robyn Ellis. Absent: Suzanne Pollard and Maewa Pohatu.


The Matawai Tennis Club was recently re-formed after a period of recession, and went "on tour" to Gisborne where it played matches against the Kia Ora Club, at Bushmere. Members of the club are pictured during a break at the Bushmere grounds.