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Where: Sir Peter Charles Leitch Sports Museum,
23 Holmes Road, Manurewa
from $5 per head for a continental breakfast
and $10 per head for a cooked breakfast.
Breakfast: from 8.00 a.m.
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Sir Peter Leitch
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This is a great opportunity to support a great cause and to view one
of the best Sports Museums in the southern hemisphere.
The Museum has around 800 jerseys on display from all sports, a
Rugby World Cup room with Stephen Donald's successful boots on
display, a Racing Hall of Fame plus much more - including an NRL
store with a huge range of Warriors gear on offer.
attends goes into the
DRAW TO WIN ONE OF
5 DOUBLE PASSES
to the VODAFONE
that night against
On target: Papakura striker Chris Abbott scored four goals against Onehunga Mangere in their Northern Region Football League division two match
at the Mangere Domain last Saturday.
Photo: SHANE WENZLICK
Taste of victory spurs City on
By ALAN APTED
Confidence is high in the Papa-
kura City camp ahead of their
Northern Region Football
League clash with North Shore
United at McLennan Park in
Papakura on Saturday.
The reason they re excited
about taking on the division two
leaders is the form they dis-
played in the 8-2 thrashing they
handed Onehunga Mangere at
Mangere Domain last Saturday.
They led 4-1 at halftime in
their most commanding display
under coach Geoff Cooper.
Manager Peter Cooper says
the team has finally delivered
on its promise.
We ve alway maintained
that when the boys do get going
somebody is going to feel the
pinch, Cooper says. It was a
superb effort. The win was well
deserved and it was nice to give
our supporters something to
We ve been creating chances
all season. Finally we got to put
Striker Chris Abbott led the
goal-scoring with four while
Daniel Billot hit a brace and
Jason Baker and Raj Sharma
got the other two.
The emphatic win has erased
the disappointment of losing 3-2
to Mangere United at home last
Wednesday after the two sides
were locked 1-1 at halftime.
Cooper says City are enthusi-
astic about playing the division
one leaders, but it will be a
tough ask against a side that s
won six of its eight matches.
The visitors are coming off a
3-1 win over Fencibles that put
them ahead of Western Springs
on goal difference.
Both have 18 points. Papa-
kura moved into 10th place
with the win over Onehunga
Mangere. They re ahead of
Manukau City and Fencibles on
Kick off is at 2.45pm.
Netball hits bottom
By ALAN APTED
Aztec, Papatoetoe and
Mellons Bay are destined
to finish in the bottom
three when Super12
netball wraps up at the
Auckland Netball Centre
in Glen Innes on Sunday.
Aztec faces the
Commodores for the
right to play the winner
of the all-Counties
Manukau game between
Rangers and Mellons
The winners play for
9th and 10th and the
losers play for 11th and
12th. Both matches start
Aztec, Rangers and
Mellons Bay all lost their
final round matches last
Aztec was thrashed
62-28 by College Rifles at
Rosehill College in Papa-
lost 50-34 to Collegiate.
Mellons Bay went
down 67-46 to Waikato
The playoffs for 9th
and 10th and 11th and
12th start at 1.30pm.
The winners of the
Waikato University v
Verdettes and Mt Albert
Grammar v Collegiate
games will play for the
Super 12 title. The final
starts at 4.30pm.
Women's run on Sunday
Registrations are open
for this year s Why
WomenRun event on
The day features a
women s 5km and 10km
section; a secondary
school girls team 5km
course and a junior dash
for boys and girls 8 and
Runners start and fin-
ish at the Cornwall Park
Sports Association club
rooms on Puriri Drive.
Entry is $15 and park-
ing will be available at
Alexandra Park for $2.
Spot prizes include
flights for two and two
in Sydney, Melbourne or
Brisbane, as well as
and movie tickets.
Go to whywomen run.org
for more information.
Onehunga Mangere Utd 2 (Colin
McDermott, Navid Aminian)
Papakura City 8 (Chris Abbott 4,
Daniel Billot 2, Jason Baker, Raj
Sharma) H/t: 1-4
Papakura City 2 (Chris Abbott, Jacob
Lynch) Mangere Utd 3 (Sharif
Mohammed Nazim 2, Imran Ali) H/t:
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