CATHOLIC FEDERATION PICNIC.
ANNUAL GATHERING AT TIKAO BAY.
The Peninsula branch of the New , Zealand Catholic Federation held j their annual picnic on Friday last at ] Tikao Bay in fine weather. Two < lauDobes were required to.carry the t pioniokers serosa the harbour, launches ; IsaviDg from Akaroa and Takamatua. ] Much of the success of thta annual ] funoticn was due to the unt'r'rig efforts of Mr Martin Daly, the energetic secretary of the local branch, A very pleasant day was spent on the r beach and foreshore, and during tbe -j day sports were indulged in. The < pupils'of the Convent Fchool were granted a whole holiday, and at ■ tended the picnic. Following are the • results of the , sports :— Girls 5 and under—U. Brocherie 1, _}. Brociierie 2, Boys 5 an_ under—E. Curry 1. Girls 7 and untfer-rs-E. Holdem 1, I, Kearney 2. j?;oys 7 and under—L Bobi_soa 1, L Brocherie 2. Girls 10 and under—L Kearney 1, D Kearney 2 Boys 10 and uuder—A Cunning bam 1, T Vangioni 2. (Girls 13 and under—G Fabey _, M fKotlowpjci 2. Boys 1;S sad under—E. Glynan 1, DM_ra'2. Girls 15 and JCotlowski 1, M Lelievre 2, Young ladies race—(lst heat) Miss W Lelievre 1, Miss E Keegan 2; (_ad beat) Miss Flaherty 1, Miss N Lelievre 2; (final) Miss Flaherty 1, Miss W Lelievre g Young men's race—F Fabey 1, C Glynan 2 . ftlftrried iadiea race—Mr? Kotlowski 1, -Mrs W. Kearney 2. Married men's race—P Cunning ham 1, G Whelch 2. Hill-climbing D Mora 1, L Curry % h Kotlowski 3, 0 Glynan 4. Giris' three-legged race—VV Gunaiugbam and W Shepherd 1, M Kotlowski and F Glynan .2. Boys' three lepged race—3 Curry and M Glyaan 1, C Glynan aa& T Vangioni 2, Ladies' tug-of-war~_tai'ried beat singe. Men's fcog-of wac — Single beat married The prizes were given by the par ents of the children and other kind .donors. ______
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CATHOLIC FEDERATION PICNIC., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916