Kila Haoda Cup grand final this Friday

first_imgThis is the third year running of the rugby league competition.President of the Central Premier League, Jack Kedea, said K30,000 is the top prize for the A grade men’s winner while the runner up will settle for K10,000.In the U20 men’s division, K6,000 will go to the winner and K5,000 for second place.Other cash prizes will be given for the minor premiers and third and fourth placings, Kedea added.In the A grade men’s grand final, Aroma Coast West will play the Goilala Karukas. The third and fourth playoff will be between the Porebada Bulldogs and Vewala Pelagai.To the U20 men’s division, Keleone Pride will play Keleone Green in the grand final. Marshall Lagoon Central will do battle against Koiari Osisi to see who finishes third.Kick off will be at 10.30am with the Marshall Lagoon Central and Koiari Osisi to start off.Kedea said other activities have been planned for grand final day, which include a live band and items from the Wairavanua fellowship group.last_img read more

Developers give LA schools $50 million

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will announce this morning the single largest donation ever made by individuals to Los Angeles schools this morning in his latest effort to raise funds for a plan to control a cluster of them. Real estate developers Richard and Melanie Lundquist will donate $50 million over 10 years to the Partnership for Los Angles Schools, the nonprofit organization that will allow mayoral oversight of two low-performing high schools and the middle and elementary campuses that feed into them. The money donated by the owners of Continental Development Corp. may also be used at other schools, according to Villaraigosa aides. Villaraigosa, LAUSD Superintendent David Brewer, school board President Monica Garcia and the donors will make the announcement at Gratts Elementary School, downtown at 10 a.m. last_img read more