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PAPAKURA COURIER, MAY 9, 2012
Top sides go head to head
Breakthrough: Pukekohe's Niva Ta'auso attempts to run through Bombay defenders Ananaki Vailua, left, and
Sioele Veamatahau during their match at Bombay last Saturday.
Photo: RICHARD SPRANGER
By ALAN APTED
Patumahoe and Ardmore Mar-
ist meet in the most anticipated
match of Counties Manukau
club rugby in Patumahoe on
It's a showdown between two
of the best sides in the McNa-
mara Cup and the contest will
help decide who heads the
standings going into the busi-
ness end of the competition.
Both teams have been domi-
nant as their record of six wins
and one loss suggests.
Patumahoe had the front
running all to themselves until
Waiuku tipped them over in a
26-20 upset at Massey Park in
Waiuku last Saturday.
The loss reduced Patuma-
hoe's lead to one point over
Waiuku and Ardmore Marist.
Ardmore Marist are on a five-
game winning streaking. Their
last loss was back in round two
when Onewhero upset them
24-14 at Bruce Pulman Park.
Ardmore Marist coach Julian
Stone is expecting a backlash
He reckons they'll be sour at
having dropped a game and will
be out to prove a point.
It's going to be tough,'' Stone
says. Patumahoe is well
balanced. They are strong in
the forwards and strong in the
backs. At the end of the day it's
going to be the team that wants
it more that is going to prevail.''
Stone says he's happy with
the way his team are travelling.
They're a young side with
plenty of ticker, he says.
We had to come from behind
to beat Manurewa last Sat-
urday. It was the third game in
row where we've managed to
claw our way back and close the
It's pleasing that they know
how to close out the tight
games. They're showing a lot of
The return of Sherwin
Stowers has added to Ardmore
Marist's potency. The Blues
winger was the match-winner
in the 32-25 win over Manu-
rewa at Bruce Pulman Park
He bagged five tries.
Patumahoe coach John
Michie says his side have no
excuses for the loss to Waiuku.
They did well considering
they were 21-3 down at
halftime, he says.
We had the chance of
snatching a win in the final
minutes but the Waiuku
defence proved too resolute.
We've got to be ready to go
from the first whistle against
Ardmore Marist on Saturday.
We can't afford to play catch-
up. We've also got to brush up
on our fundamentals. They let
us down at critical times
Patumahoe had a disruptive
week heading into the match
against Waiuku after head
coach Reon Graham suffered a
heart attack at training.
Graham is reported to be
resting comfortably and
Sea Eagles expect a fired-up Hornets side
By ALAN APTED
The Papakura Sea Eagles
expect the disgruntled Howick
Hornets will be all fired up for
their round seven Fox Memorial
Trophy rugby league clash at
Paparoa Park in Howick on
Coach Darin Smith figures
the defending premiers will be
driven by the disappointment of
their performances so far this
season and the need to get their
season back on track before it's
Howick's five-loss, one-win
record shows they are only a
shadow of the team they were
last year, he says.
They will also be foaming at
allowing the opportunity to
upset Stacey Jones' high flying
Pt Chevalier Pirates slip by at
Walker Park last Saturday. The
Hornets were up 18-6 at
halftime but lost the match
They will be fired up for
sure. It's a home game for them
and they're desperate for a
win,'' Smith says.
We weren't too flash in beat-
ing Te Atatu last Saturday so
we do need to prepare well.
We need two good training
sessions to get the team up for
this game. Preparation will be
Smith's immediate concern is
the discipline of his players
around the ruck area.
The Sea Eagles conceded
eight penalties in their 26-22
win over the Roosters last
Saturday, most of them for
infringing at the play-the-ball.
The penalties killed our
flow,'' Smith says.
Our discipline has been
good. We'd given away just
eight penalties in all our pre-
Here we gave away eight in
Smith was reasonably happy
with the performance against
the Roosters but says there is
still room for improvement.
Papakura has six points from
three wins and three losses.
They are fifth in the standings.
In other games, the Otahuhu
Leopards bounced back from
losing the Roope Rooster Chal-
lenge Trophy to the Glenora
Bears to cane the Bay Roskill
The Manurewa Marlins were
thrashed 52-10 by competition
leaders the Mt Albert Lions.
Premiers (McNamara Cup):
Karaka 92 (Augustine Pulu 3, Jamie
Gibert-Clark, Antonio Lavemai, John
Taufa, Osaiasi Kolomatangi,
Graham Dews, Sione Molia, Viliame
Setitaia, Reuben Lava, Baden Kerr
2, tries. Kerr 12 cons 1 pen)
Ardmore Marist 32 (Lolohea Loco,
Sherwin Stowers 4, tries. AJ Alatimu
con. Preston Elama con, pen)
Manurewa 25 (Peter White, Taavili
Patea 2, tries. Stephen Briscoe 2
con. Joshua Levi 2). Ardmore Marist
retain Counties Power Cup.
Waiuku 26 (Notise Tauafao, Clayton
Ngawharau, Sio Petelo, Sosefo
Kata, tries. Bayden Morey 3 con)
Patumahoe 20 (Kane Hancy,
Bundellu Aki, Ilaisa Maasi, tries.
Nathan Langsford con, pen)
Bombay 16 (Benjamin Biggelaar
penalty try. Reece Joyce con, 3
pens) Pukekohe 24
(Maama-oe-mo'ui Vaipulu; Niva
Ta'auso 2; Rob Dennison 3 con, 1
Patumahoe 28, Waiuku 27, Ardmore
Marist 27, Karaka 20, Manurewa
17, Pukekohe 16, Onewhero 14,
Bombay 6, Papakura 0.
Premier Reserves (Bob Chandler
Karaka 61 Papakura 11; Ardmore
Marist 19 Manurewa 13; Waiuku 6
Patumahoe 19; Bombay 5
Points: Karaka 29, Patumahoe 25,
Ardmore Marist 23, Pukekohe 23,
Waiuku 22, Bombay 13, Onewhero
6, Papakura 4.
Saturday's draw: Manurewa v
Karaka, Mountfort Park, Manurewa.
Papakura v Onewhero, Massey Park,
Papakura. Patumahoe v Ardmore
Marist, Patumahoe. Pukekohe v
Waiuku, Colin Lawrie Field,
Pukekohe. Bombay bye.
Start: Premier reserves 1pm.
Division 2 (Sid Marshall Shield):
Manurewa 36 Te Kauwhata 11;
Drury Green 13 Weymouth White 8;
Weymouth Blue 69 Puni 10.
Points: Drury (Green) 14, Drury
(Gold) 14, Weymouth (White) 11,
Manurewa 11, Weymouth (Blue) 10,
Te Kauwhata 0, Puni 0.
Under-21s (Massey Cup):
Patumahoe 14 Manurewa 41;
Pukekohe 26 Papakura 9; Waiuku
21 Karaka 32; Onewhero 3 Ardmore
Points: Manurewa 29, Bombay 25,
Patumahoe 23, Pukekohe 18,
Karaka 15, Ardmore Marist 12,
Papakura 4, Waiuku 2, Onewhero 0.
Under-19s (Bright Cup):
Karaka 20 Pukekohe 61; Papakura
34 Patumahoe 25; Hauraki North
34 Waiuku 0.
Points: Pukekohe 15, Papakura 11,
Patumahoe 10, Karaka 10, Hauraki
North 9, Weymouth 5, Ardmore
Marist 0, Waiuku 0.
Women's: Manurewa 39 Ponsonby
Draw: Papakura v Glenfield, South
Park, Papakura 1pm. Te Papapa v
Manurewa, Fergusson Park,
Fox Memorial Trophy:
Papakura 26 Northcote 22. H/t 16-14.
Bay Roskill 28 Otahuhu 54. H/t 4-14. Mt
Albert 52 Manurewa 10. H/t 36-6.
Glenora 28 Marist 16. H/t 12-12 Pt
Chevalier 30 Howick 18. H/t: 6-18.
Points: Mt Albert 12, Pt Chevalier 10,
Glenora 8, Otahuhu 8, Papakura 6,
Marist 5, Manurewa 4, Howick 3, Bay
Roskill 2, Northcote 2.
Draw: Howick v Papakura, Paparoa Park,
Howick. Otahuhu v Manurewa, Bert
Henham Park, Otahuhu. Glenora v
Northcote, Harold Moody Park, Glen
Eden. Marist v Bay Roskill, Murray
Halberg Park, Pt Chevalier v Mt Albert,
Walker Park, Pt Chevalier.
Start: Premiers 2.30pm.
Sharman Cup: Mangere East 44 New
Lynn 14. H/t 4-10. Otara 40 Ellerslie 16.
H/t 12-10. Manukau 32 Glenfield 46.
H/t 14-14 Papatoetoe 34 Te Atatu 10.
H/t 10-4 Richmond 20 East Coast Bays
26. H/t 14-16.
Points: Mangere East 10, Otara 10,
Papatoetoe 8, Glenfield 8, Ellerslie 7,
East Coast Bays 6, Te Atatu 4,
Richmond 3, New Lynn 2.
Draw: Manukau v Richmond, Moyle
Park. Ellerslie v Mangere East, Liston
Park, Ellerslie. New Lynn v Papatoetoe,
Lawson Park, New Lynn. Glenfield v
Otara, Sunnynook Park, Sunnynook. Te
Atatu v East Coast Bays, Jack Colvin
Park, Te Atatu. Start: 2.30pm
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David Elizabeth & Jason
Young, 152 Drury Hills
Road, RD 1, Drury has
made application to the
District Licensing Agency at
Papakura for the Renewal
of a Off Licence in respect
of the premises situated at
152 Drury Hill Road, RD 1,
Drury and known as Drury
The general nature of the
business to be conducted
under the licence is Winery.
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hours during which liquor is
currently sold under the
licence are Saturday 9am
to 6pm, Sundays 9am to
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