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Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - Contenders line up to try and win second South Island Targa Event

Four-time Targa New Zealand event winners Glenn Inkster and Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) from Auckland head south this week as favourites to win this year’s five-day tarmac motor rally marathon from Invercargill to Dunedin and on to Queenstown which starts on Tuesday October 23 and finishes on Saturday October 27.

Such is the attraction of the stunning, fast, open, beautifully-surfaced roads in the Deep South, however, that the 24th annual event – and only the second held in the South Island, the first back in 2014 – has attracted an unprecedented number of potential winners.

Five-time previous winner Tony Quinn, and co-driver Kieran Anstiss are back, this time in circuit-owning entrepreneur Quinn’s Porsche GT3 RS, and as in previous years, they top the list of combinations able to take the battle well and truly to former gravel but now tarmac specialist Inkster and co-driver Winn.

What really stands this year’s event apart from any previous ones, however, is the number of other combinations which – potentially – can run at or near the same pace as Inkster and Quinn, who between them have won eight out of the past nine multi-day Targa New Zealand events.

‘What it shows, I think,’ says event director Peter Martin of the Auckland-based Ultimate Rally Group, “is that we now have both a core group of people like Glenn, Tony and the likes of the Kirk-Burnnands in our Classic class, who are focused 100% on our Targa events, then you have any number of what you could call ‘ring-ins’ with a top-level gravel or circuit racing background who might do one event to see what it is all about, love it, and decide to do some more.”

All up this year’s southern South Island-focused event has attracted 142 starters, 65 in the main competition classes, 55 in the associated but untimed Targa Tour, and 22 in the new Time Trial section organised in association with the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand.

With the final 30-stage course now set entrants face 621.63kms of closed special stages linked by 1836.89km of touring stages from Invercargill on Tuesday October 23 through Southland and Otago before a ceremonial finish in Queenstown on Saturday October 27.

Joining Glen Inkster and Spencer Winn on the ‘possibles’ list from the AndrewSimms.co.nz Allcomers Class 10 are long-time event supporter Leigh Hopper and co-driver Michael Goudie, and fellow Auckland Subaru WRX pair Nic De Waal and Shane Reynolds, as well as Mitsubishi Evo 10 combinations, David Rogers and Aidan Kelly, impressive event newcomers Hayden Mackenzie and co-driver Matthew Sayers, the category sponsor himself, Andrew Simms and co-driver Brianna Little, and NZ Rally Championship sponsor Brian Green and co-driver Fleur Pedersen.

On the ‘probables’ list from the Global Security Production 2WD Class 6 are 2013 Targa NZ winner Martin Dippie and his co-driver Jona Grant from Dunedin in a Porsche GT3 RS virtually identical to the Quinn/Anstiss one, and former circuit racer Eddie Bell and co-driver Blair Forbes in a BMW M3.

Out – literally – of the left field comes a couple of real dark horses as well. One is 2016 Silver Fern marathon gravel rally winner, Derek Ayson and co-driver Gavin McDermott from Gore who are contesting the HW.Richardson Classic 2WD class in Ayson’s 2.4 litre Holbay-Ford-powered Mk 11 Escort.

The other is another gravel specialist attracted to the tarmac-only Targa NZ event because it is in his own back yard, Marcus van Klink and co-driver Matt Richards from Christchurch, who are running in AndrewSimms.co.nz Allcomers Extreme 2 & 4WD Class 7 in van Klink’s Mazda RX8.

The concurrent but non-timed Targa Tour has again attracted a mouth-watering array of late model and classic exotica including no few than 13 Porsches, several Aston Martins and one of the very few Italo-US 1966 Iso Grifo V8 sports coupes – to be driven by Peter Lyttle with Geraldine mate Geoff Brien co-driving - still in active use anywhere in the world.

There will also be interest in the 002 promo car, the first new RHD Chevrolet Camaro produced by the Melbourne-based HSV company. It will be driven by four-time former Bathurst winner and now TV pundit Greg Murphy.

Finally, joining the field for a run over the world-renown Crown Range stage on the final day of the event will be New Zealand’s WRC ace Hayden Paddon, driving his 2018 New Zealand Rally Championship-winning Hyundai i20 AP4+.

The first car is due to leave Invercargill at 7.55am on Tuesday October and arrive at the finish line in Queenstown at 5.30pm on Saturday October 27.

Targa New Zealand events are organised by the Ultimate Rally Group with the support of sponsors AndrewSimms.co.nz, Chicane Racewear, Global Security, HW Richardson Group, Invercargill Licensing Trust, NZ Classic Car magazine, Race Brakes, Race4Life Trust, Racetech, TeamTalk, TrackIt, and Writeraze. For more information go to www.targa.co.nz or check out the Targa NZ page on Facebook. Ends

Wed, 17 Oct 2018 - Thomson completes season clean sweep

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has completed a multi-class clean-sweep of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, with another strong victory.

Thomson came to the event having wrapped up the NZRC two-wheel drive, MotorSport New Zealand two-wheel drive and Junior championships with a round to spare.

Knowing that he had only pride to play for and keen to bring the Total Lubricants Ford Fiesta ST home straight in what will be his final outing in the car.

The opening stage saw Thomson struggle to find the balance of speed, having backed off from his normal pace, and unusually found himself sitting third in class at the opening service. Uncomfortable driving at the slower speed which saw him making mistakes, the 23-year old and 17-year old Co-driver Amy Hudson returned to his regular pace from the third stage and won five of the following six special stages to take victory. That secured Thomson’s perfect record of six wins from six starts in each of the three championships he was chasing.

“This result really was the icing on the cake for an amazing season for our whole team, everyone has put in so much work, not just this season but in the three years we’ve run this car. I backed off in the morning and it was horrible, I won’t be doing that again! But we fought back and having a battle certainly made it exciting,” said Thomson. “I can’t thank everyone enough who has been involved with running the Fiesta, especially Amy, who has put up with plenty and always done a great job, we both can’t wait to get in the Specialised Auto Services Subaru next season.”

The team now have a busy off-season working with the Specialised Auto Services team to prepare their new Subaru Impreza STI with which they will step up to the premier open four-wheel drive class of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship and fight for outright honours.

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Rustorations, Specialised Auto Services, Mark Rose Construction, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes South Auckland and New Zealand, Northwood Beaurepaires, Ford Ultimate Motor Group, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Hunt Diesel, Ferodo Racing Pads and GHL Tempfence.

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Sheehan on the podium at series finale

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has finished his rookie campaign in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship with a second placed class finish at the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast.

Sheehan came to a North Island rally for only the second time in his short career looking for an improved performance after a tough Coromandel Rally, but also well aware that the competition was as strong as ever in the NZRC two-wheel drive class.

After a fourth fastest time in the opening stage, Sheehan was second fastest through the second, Matira, which uses a large section of the infamous Te Akau North stage used in World Rally Championship events. It is also now a stage Sheehan rates as his favourite.

A series of third place stage times through the next three stages saw Sheehan elevate himself into third, a position he was able to hold despite struggling with worn tyres first time through the legendary Whaanga Coast. After bolting on some new tyres for the final pair of stages, Sheehan was able to set a pair of second fastest stage times that elevated him to the runner up spot after his rivals struck trouble in the final stage.

“Obviously we’d love to have secured the result entirely on our own pace but we drove sensibly all day and pushed on where we could. Our speed was good and it was a great way to round out the season,” said Sheehan. “I have to take this chance to really thank everyone that has made this season possible, it’s been an awesome adventure and we’ve really stepped up across the season. Next year is going to be an awesome battle with Jack and Robbie, I can’t wait already!”

The team now turn their attention to the Lawrence Rally for one final hit out before the end of the seson.

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Rally season's final round has ups and downs for Gilmour

Emma Gilmour was left wondering what could have been at yesterday’s Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, after she had some fast stage times, interspersed with mechanical issues.

The final round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC) started well for her and co-driver Anthony McLoughlin, as they powered the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 through the first two stages with the third fastest times.

“We had such a good beginning to this event and the Suzuki felt great with changes we had made between rounds,” Emma says.

Then disaster struck on stage three, when a driveshaft broke, meaning they missed stage four as Emma’s team worked frantically to make the necessary repairs.

They were able to re-join and “had an awesome stage five and six,” Emma says.

“The whole point of re-joining was to get some power stage points which we did. We were second quickest in those two stages. But finishing stage six our centre diff stopped working, possibly due to the driveshaft failure in the morning.”

“Due to our earlier withdrawal we had salvaged the most Championship points we could from the day. We were unable to quickly fix the centre diff issue at service, so unfortunately had to withdraw from the event. It was a very disappointing way to finish the season. We had great speed at times throughout the year but our reliability let us down today. It was a case of what could've been I guess."

“Thank you to my supporters and sponsors. We will go back to the drawing board and make a plan of attack for the 2019 rally season,” Emma says.

Emma would like to thank her sponsors Suzuki NZ, Vantage Windows and Doors, Gilmour Motors Suzuki, Koba Batteries, Rothbury Insurance Brokers, PPG Paint, Castrol, Hella, Uniform NZ, Provident, Interislander, NGK Spark Plugs, Custom Signs, Modena Race Gears, Pure Sports Nutrition and Webdesign for supporting the team.

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Paddon wins Raglan rally for Hyundai NZ

Hayden Paddon has won the final round of the 2018 New Zealand Rally Championship in Raglan in his Hyundai i20 AP4+ car, giving Hyundai New Zealand their first-ever NZRC manufacturers’ championship title.

Paddon made the win look easy with a margin of nearly five and a half minutes over second-placed Ben Hunt, having set the fastest stage times on all eight special stages of the one-day Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast. However, Paddon, with Malcolm Read alongside as co-driver in a late change from the usual John Kennard, had to manage a few driveline niggles to bring the car home safely in first place.

“It was a bit tense today with a driveline problem we were trying to keep on top of,” says Paddon, who wrapped up his fourth NZRC drivers’ title at the previous round in Coromandel, his first title in the Hyundai. “We had to take it relatively easy, and kept our fingers and toes crossed to the end of the last stage which made it exciting. Our team did a really great job to keep the car going, and we made little repairs as we went along – too many more stages and we might have been in trouble. Once again, a big team effort is what got the car over the line.”

Paddon is delighted to have secured the manufacturers’ title for Hyundai New Zealand. “It’s a fantastic result for Hyundai New Zealand – they have put a lot into the New Zealand Rally Championship and the Hyundai New Zealand Rally Team (Paddon Rallysport) over the past three years. It’s great to bring home the manufacturer’s title for them - it’s a big part of what we wanted to achieve this season.”

He says the 171.80 km of special stages were in excellent condition and fantastic to drive. “The stages this morning had a bit of wet to them and were really, really nice; some of the best condition I’ve ever seen them and really enjoyable to drive. This afternoon dried out a lot more than we expected and as usual, Whaanga Coast offers a sting in the tail and it’s never over until the end of the last stage.”

Paddon enjoys rallying at home as much as he does in other parts of the world. “Everyone loves these stages around Raglan and I think they’re some of the best in the world. We covered plenty of kilometres today – the roads are in really good condition and certainly present a big challenge. It’s probably one of the more challenging rallies of the season, especially because of the number of kilometres you do in one day.”

The 25 points Paddon secured for Hyundai in the manufacturers’ championship meant they finished with 125 points, just two points ahead of Subaru which had a one-point lead going into this final round. As Paddon said prior to the Raglan event, whichever of he or Hunt won the rally would win the title for their manufacturer.

Paddon’s last event of 2018 is the 15-18 November running of WRC Rally Australia where he’ll again be competing for Hyundai Motorsport.

Paddon RallySport appreciates the support of their exclusive partners Hyundai New Zealand, Pak’nSave, Winmax Brake Pads and Z Energy.

Thu, 11 Oct 2018 - Campbell looks to continue forward drive at Raglan

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell heads to the final round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, looking to continue the impressive increase of speed with his new car.

Campbell debuted The Roofing Store Ford Fiesta AP4+ car at Canterbury and has showed plenty of potential already, including a strong sixth place at the previous national championship round in Coromandel and more recently narrowly missing an outright rally win at the non-championship Rally of the North.

While the Raglan Rally of the Coast is a new event on the NZRC calendar, the roads are steeped in history having been a feature of World Rally Championship rounds held in New Zealand in the past. Campbell has made his way through the infamous Whaanga Coast just twice, when it was repeated in Rally NZ in 2010, but is excited to take on the challenge in the new car.

After missing the last national championship round, regular co-driver Mal Peden returns to the team having partnered New Zealand’s WRC star Hayden Paddon to two NZRC round wins in 2018.

“The whole team has worked so hard to not only get this car up and running, but also give us a really competitive car. Coromandel and Rally of the North have been great confidence boosters and we’d love to round out the year with another strong result,” says Campbell. “Having Mal back in the car will be awesome too. Hopefully he’s picked up a few tips and tricks from Hayden that will make us even faster.”

The Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast gets underway with a ceremonial start in Raglan from 5pm on Friday. The following day, teams will contest eight special stages on some of the most iconic gravel roads in world rallying, covering 171.8 kilometres, before finishing at the Raglan airfield from 5:15pm.

Thu, 11 Oct 2018 - Long game the aim for van Klink

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink comes to the final round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, with a long term strategy in place as he aims for a trouble-free finish.

After five rounds stretching the length of New Zealand, van Klink and co-driver Dave Neill head to the final round needing just a finish to wrap up the Gull Rally Challenge two-wheel drive class for the year, while also sitting third in the overall Gull challenge, a position he would love to defend against four-wheel drive cars.

Another reason for the added desire to finish is a four-day turn around before van Klink tackles the tarmac challenge of the Targa rally based in the lower South Island.

Since his last championship appearance in the championship, the Buteline Mazda RX-8 has found another 50 horsepower in a far more drivable range from the triple-rotor engine which should suit the largely fast flowing roads around the Waikato.

“It’s going to be a bit of a tricky event for us, obviously we always want to go as quick as we can but we’ve got to make sure we get to the end,” says van Klink. “The car is even more exciting to drive with the extra power, most of the rally should work well for us, but the tight bit at the end of Whangaa Coast could be interesting.”

The Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast gets underway with a ceremonial start in Raglan from 5pm on Friday. The following day, teams will contest eight special stages on some of the most iconic gravel roads in world rallying, covering 171.8 kilometres, before finishing at the Raglan airfield from 5:15pm.

Thu, 11 Oct 2018 - Paddon gunning for Raglan win for Hyundai NZ

Kiwi WRC driver Hayden Paddon jets back from the muddy WRC tracks of Wales for this Saturday’s Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast with a straightforward goal in mind – to win the rally and secure the New Zealand Rally Championship manufacturers’ title for Hyundai New Zealand.

Paddon will again be joined by Blenheim’s John Kennard as his co-driver for the one-day rally which comprises a repeated loop of four special stages around host town Raglan. The stages are well-known for their regular appearance in World Rally Championship editions of Rally New Zealand in the not-so-distant past.

Paddon is rapt to be driving these roads in his Hyundai i20 AP+ rally car, now returned to its usual NZRC spec after the Ashley Forest Rallysprint in late September. Paddon and Kennard last contested these testing and uniquely New Zealand special stages in 2017 during the two-day Rally New Zealand.

 

“It promises to be a great day of rallying,” says Paddon. “I’m very excited to get out on some of the best roads in the world and some of New Zealand’s most iconic rally stages.

“It’s great to have already wrapped up the NZRC drivers’ title at the previous round in Coromandel, but it would mean a lot to Hyundai New Zealand to win the manufacturers’ title. They have invested a lot into New Zealand rallying over the past three years since we debuted the AP4+ rally car, so I’d really like to bring this home for them.

“In the manufacturers’ standings, we currently have 100 points, trailing Subaru by just one point. Essentially, whoever wins the rally wins the manufacturers’ championship. It will go down to the wire between Subaru NZ’s lead driver Ben Hunt and myself.”

The NZRC also runs a self-nominated teams’ leader-board where Paddon has teamed up with young Jack Williamson in a team they dubbed the ‘tortoise and the hare’. Paddon and Williamson have a 34-point advantage in the team’s competition over Holden Barina drivers Greg Murphy and Josh Marston.

The Raglan event is the final NZRC round for 2018 and takes place on Saturday 13 October, with the forecast indicates rain in the Waikato region. The route includes just over 170km of special stages will be run in the Raglan area, including well-known and popular stages Te Akau South and Whaanga Coast. The first competitor leaves the Raglan airfield at 7.30am heading for two repeated runs on the Kauri Flat and the Matira stages. Following a lunchtime service back at the airfield, they head out for a repeated loop of Te Akau South and Whaanga Coast. The ceremonial finish is at the Raglan Club on Bow Street.

Paddon RallySport appreciates the support of their exclusive partners Hyundai New Zealand, Pak’nSave, Winmax Brake Pads and Z Energy. Follow Paddon RallySport on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/paddonrallysport/, or via www.haydenpaddon.com. Watch #RallyLive from the NZRC team via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/newzealandrallychampionship/ and find the results on www.chrissport.kiwi. ENDS/

Recent Results
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandHayden Paddon1:50:03.8
2New ZealandBen Hunt+5:27.8
3New ZealandRaana Horan+5:30.5
4New ZealandGeof Argyle+7:22.4
5New ZealandGrant Blackberry+7:31.6
6New ZealandJosh Marston+8:05.2
7New ZealandJonathon Walker+8:46.6
8New ZealandBrynley Smith+10:39.2
9New ZealandLeon Styles+10:44.9
10New ZealandMatt Adams+11:20.3
11New ZealandBruce Herbert+11:27.4
12New ZealandJack Williamson+11:41.5
13New ZealandMatt Summerfield+12:01.8
14New ZealandAnthony Jones+12:22.6
15New ZealandWarwick Redfern+12:35.9
16New ZealandMarcus Van Klink+12:59.7
17New ZealandPhil Campbell+13:05.4
18New CaledoniaEugene Creugnet+13:18.9
19New ZealandPhil Macquarie+13:25.9
20New ZealandDylan Thomson+13:33.1
21New ZealandDale Perry+13:48.6
22New ZealandBrent Taylor+13:59.5
23New ZealandBen Quin+14:12.1
24New ZealandRegan Ross+15:03.9
25New ZealandCharlie Evans+15:36.3
26New ZealandJohn Silcock+15:43.1
27New ZealandMike Sheehan+15:53.2
28New ZealandWayne Pittams+16:23.9
29New ZealandJustin Glavish+16:50.1
30New ZealandWayne Rowberry+18:03.3
31New ZealandGreg Murphy+18:13.9
32New ZealandMcCrae Sloper+18:46.6
33New ZealandDavid Taylor+19:35.9
34New ZealandMiles McElwain+19:36.3
35New ZealandRobbie Stokes+20:04.1
36New ZealandSteve Cox+20:11.5
37New ZealandKingsley Jones+20:21.7
38New ZealandBryn Jones+21:00.0
39New ZealandLyndsay Homes+21:13.1
40JapanKimito Kondo+22:14.7
41New ZealandJack Hawkeswood+22:57.8
42New ZealandHarvey Semmens+23:10.2
43New ZealandDaniel Alexander+24:22.4
44New ZealandDaniel Haines+25:42.2
45New ZealandGeoff Warren+25:43.3
46New ZealandChris Sheriff+25:46.0
47New ZealandKevin Preest+30:57.4
48New ZealandJohn Coker+47:47.2
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandTim Auty1:27:05.7
2New ZealandBodie Reading+1:16.2
3New ZealandNic Grave+6:38.2
4New ZealandStephen Turner+8:02.7
5New ZealandBen Newman+9:07.0
6New ZealandTroy Johnston+10:06.5
7New ZealandCrighton Lewis+10:31.5
8New ZealandStewart Paine+10:40.5
9New ZealandMark Kyle+11:01.9
10New ZealandElloit Ritchie+11:37.9
11New ZealandSteve Maguire+12:32.7
12New ZealandNathan Roddam+12:40.6
13New ZealandBill Fulton+13:41.6
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood1:16:43.8
2New ZealandPhil Campbell+3.9
3New ZealandBen Hunt+41.7
4New ZealandStephen Barker+53.4
5New ZealandBrad McFarlane+3:21.0
6New ZealandBrynley Smith+4:53.1
7New ZealandShannon Chambers+4:56.1
8New ZealandBrian Green+5:09.3
9New ZealandMatt Adams+5:31.2
10New ZealandBrendan Oakden+5:53.7
11New ZealandDaniel Walker+6:39.4
12New ZealandPaul Adams+9:37.2
13New ZealandMcCrae Sloper+10:32.8
14New ZealandBrent Taylor+10:52.2
15New ZealandDave Strong+11:05.1
16New ZealandMarty Bertelsen+11:12.1
17New ZealandRodney Langdon+11:23.4
18New ZealandTimothy Hood+12:51.8
19New ZealandDaniel Haines+13:13.9
20New ZealandMichael Rope+14:47.6
21New ZealandCharlie Evans+15:20.1
22New ZealandRay Chubb+16:19.2
23New ZealandDaniel Alexander+16:38.2
24New ZealandTodd Bawden+16:51.6
25New ZealandSimon Bell+17:29.5
26New ZealandAndy Smith+17:59.1
27New ZealandChris Alexander+19:29.6
28New ZealandAmy Keighley+19:42.7
29New ZealandMike Wheatley+20:14.5
30New ZealandDennis Green+27:38.1
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2018 Points
PosNamePoints
1BelgiumThierry Neuville189
2FranceSébastien Ogier182
3EstoniaOtt Tänak168
4FinlandEsapekka Lappi104
5FinlandJari-Matti Latvala98
6NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen83
7SpainDani Sordo60
8IrelandCraig Breen59
9New ZealandHayden Paddon55
10United KingdomElfyn Evans53
11NorwayMads Ostberg48
12United KingdomKris Meeke43
13FranceSébastien Loeb15
14FranceBryan Bouffier4
15Czech RepublicJan Kopecký1
PosNamePoints
1Shane Van Gisbergen3276
2Scott McLaughlin3257
3Jamie Whincup2872
4Craig Lowndes2787
5David Reynolds2587
6Chaz Mostert2288
7Fabian Coulthard2282
8Rick Kelly2242
9Scott Pye2182
10Tim Slade1970
11Nick Percat1951
12Will Davison1863
13Garth Tander1830
14Mark Winterbottom1778
15James Courtney1596
16Cameron Waters1492
17Michael Caruso1489
18Anton de Pasquale1314
19Lee Holdsworth1107
20Simona De Silvesta1068
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandHayden Paddon173
2New ZealandBen Hunt130
3New ZealandJosh Marston104
4New ZealandMatt Summerfield102
5New ZealandRaana Horan92
6AustraliaNathan Quinn84
7New ZealandEmma Gilmour80
8New ZealandJohn Silcock68
9New ZealandDylan Thomson67
10New ZealandJack Williamson63
11New ZealandRegan Ross53
12New ZealandBrian Green49
13New ZealandDavid Taylor44
14New ZealandDylan Turner43
15AustraliaBrendan Reeves37
16New ZealandWayne Pittams36
17New ZealandPhil Campbell34
18New ZealandGreg Murphy32
19New ZealandMike Sheehan30
20New ZealandRobbie Stokes27
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandJosh Marston160
2New ZealandJeff Judd105
3New ZealandMatt Summerfield103
4New ZealandDavid Quantock100
5New ZealandGaret Thomas93
6New ZealandDeane Buist85
7New ZealandRichard Bateman79
8New ZealandMarcus Van Klink77
9New ZealandMike Sheehan66
10New ZealandJohn Silcock65
10New ZealandGraham Ferguson65
12New ZealandSean Haggarty61
13New ZealandDarren Galbraith58
14New ZealandPhil Collins57
15New ZealandEric Clark55
16New ZealandDavid Gee43
17New ZealandRegan Ross40
17New ZealandDylan Thomson40
19New ZealandGarry Cliff36
19New ZealandJohn Giltrap36
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandGrant Blackberry96
2New ZealandBrynley Smith87
3New ZealandMatt Adams86
4New ZealandDylan Thomson59
5New ZealandSteve Cox53
6New ZealandWayne Pittams50
7New ZealandWarwick Redfern45
8New ZealandAnthony Jones41
9New ZealandAmy Keighley32
10New ZealandDaniel Alexander31
11New ZealandAlex Gilmour19
12New ZealandPaul Fraser14
13New ZealandClinton Cunningham2
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandMark Kirk-Burnnand104
1New ZealandMartin Dippie104
3New ZealandMark McCaughan102
3New ZealandSteven Kirk-Burnnand102
5New ZealandMike Tubbs100
6New ZealandClark Proctor98
7New ZealandIvan Knauf94
7New ZealandCarl Kirk-Burnnand94
9New ZealandRory Callaway92
10AustraliaRobert Darrington90
10New ZealandNic De Waal90
12New ZealandRichard Gillies86
12New ZealandEddie Grooten86
12New ZealandHayden McKenzie86
15New ZealandDavid Rogers84
15New ZealandAndrew Oakley84
17New ZealandSimon Clark82
18New ZealandJoe Kouwenhoven81
19New ZealandIain Atkinson80
20New ZealandJeremy Friar79