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  1. Spring Trans-Tasman Super Comp BLUES team - likely Major Championship winners - seek a 'sub' to fill in for our team member 'Alf' this coming Saturday 12 October only. Previous Super Comp experience preferred but certainly not essential. If you are keen, you are reliable, and you have a sense of humour - then the BLUES team will be very happy if you will please apply to fill this one-week vacancy. If interested to apply, please post on this thread. Thank you. "Right First Time" (RFT) Howie
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  2. Mike Martin

    Daddy Lowe

    Hold on Luke, this is a problem that other countries have experienced with greyhound racing. In fact Ireland for many years have noticed races where leading greyhounds have been distracted by small things moving on the verges of the track. After lengthy investigations they found it was little green men hiding under the clover leaves called leprechauns.
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  3. I'll be happy to help out Howie.....
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  4. bblunt

    Cox Plate

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  5. jack

    LETTERS

    These a not authenticated facts Opo...Just ignorant ranters letting off steam , living in their own little worlds ....Show a bit more decorum and post your own opinions or diatripe..... It`ll be good to get it off your shoulder.
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  6. People seem to have mis-interpreted my original posting. Of course T Lee wouldn't apply for the role Teaz has been given. But my mail is he's offered to come back into the fold in some shape or form and has been told no thanks by Glen Broomhall. The irony of all this of course is Broomhall let Teaz go as a cadet and now sees fit to take him back, so why not get the best commentator NZ has ever seen back as well? Even if not in the role as commentator he could help mentor new talent coming through the ranks. NZ racing is poorer without T Lee, it certainly wouldn't be any poorer without
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  7. To enlighten you more...Maori do not want Sovereignty , Maori only want ,what was taken under Colonial Dictatorship , Their Whenua
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  8. On the race replay on the dogs website - 30th September, go to 10:35 (minutes on youtube clip) and you can clearly see the starter talking on his cellphone during the head on. Christchurch 3rd October: Judicial report: Licenced Handler Mr M Lin was fined the sum of $50 for failing to ensure his cellular device was switched off when handling pre race. This sounds like the device went off making a sound, yet he wouldn't have realised. If the Manawatu starters phone went off, he blatantly continued use of it.
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  9. To the best of my knowledge the reason cell phones became banned is dogs were given live kills whilst a cell phone sounded. The dog at the boxes hearing the particular ring tone suddenly switches on thinking he's about to get another live kill. This is the theory behind the banning of phones. No person to the best of my knowledge were ever caught or charged for this, but the rumours were strong that it was happening, hense the cell phone ban came to being. I only point this out as to the seriousness of phones ringing when the dogs are being loaded, and what it could mean.
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