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sight of trophy
Rosehill College were pipped
17-13 by Thames College in the
semifinals of the Chiefs Trophy.
Their departure leaves
Manurewa and Pukekohe high
schools carrying the Counties
Manukau flag in the final of the
inaugural schoolboy rugby tour-
Manurewa High beat Wesley
College 19-10 in their Chiefs
Cup semifinal and will face
Hamilton Boys High School in
The final will be the curtain-
raiser to the Chiefs/Bulls
Super15 clash at the Waikato
Stadium on Saturday.
Pukekohe High beat Hauraki
Plains College 12-7 and will
play Thames in the trophy final
at Betham Park in Hamilton on
City head north minus their
star striker after 'ugly win'
By ALAN APTED
Papakura City will be without
striker Daniel Billot for their
Northern Region Football
League match against Wark-
worth at Shoesmith Reserve in
Warkworth on Saturday.
Billot was the hero of City's
3-2 Chatham Cup win over
Taupo at McLennan Park in
Papakura last Saturday.
He scored all three of his
side's goals but undid all the
good work when he was sent
from the field after two yellow
The indiscretion will be costly
because City might be without
him for the match against
Warkworth and again against
Fencibles the following Satur-
City manager Peter Cooper
says Billot's hattrick was the
highlight of a less than convinc-
ing win against Taupo.
It was a totally ugly win,''
We played poorly but still
got a result. I think we deserved
it because we certainly created
a lot of chances but it certainly
Cooper says the absence of
goalkeeper Nick Lawrence,
midfielder Jason Baker and
striker Ray Sharma was notice-
City will face premier side
Hamilton Wanderers for the
third round of the Chatham
Cup at Porritt Park in Hamil-
ton on June 4.
Neighbours Drury United
didn't survive round two. They
were knocked out by Westlake
Boys High School in Drury last
Saturday, beaten 4-1.
Chatham Cup results:
Papakura City 3 (Daniel Billot 3)
Taupo 2. H/t: 3-1.
Drury United 1 Westlake Boys
High School 4; Waitemata 4
Onehunga Mangere 1;
Papatoetoe AFC 2 (Gurjeet Singh)
Claudelands Rovers 0; Fencibles
United 0 Mangere 3 (James Hoyt,
Dinesh Lingam, Mostafa
Abdelhalim); Manukau City 3
(Rhys Ruka 2, Hone Fowler) Old
Key players to be rested
By ALAN APTED
Facial: Onewhero's Mathew Haldane brushes off Papakura's Carl Reybould during their Counties Manukau
club rugby match at Massey Park in Papakura on Saturday.
Photos: RICHARD SPRANGER
Take that: Papakura's Billy-John Looker plants a fend in the face of
Onewhero's Ben Young.
Ardmore Marist will rest key
players for their Counties
Manukau club rugby local
derby against Papakura at
Bruce Pulman Park on
The decision isn't out of disre-
spect for the struggling red and
blacks but a move coach Julian
Stone considers essential if he's
to refresh his best players for
the business end of the Mc-
Namara Cup competition.
Ardmore Marist are odds-on
favourites against a side that
hasn't won a game this season.
They beat their neighbours 47-8
in their last encounter.
Papakura are coming off a
46-10 loss to Onewhero and
despite being winless are
playing with plenty enthusi-
asm. It's a trait that Stone
We won't be underesti-
mating Papakura but this is an
opportunity to give some of the
boys on the bench a run. A num-
ber of our players need a break
while it's important that we
give those on the bench some
Stone says with the playoffs
approaching it's critical as
many players as possible get a
Ardmore Marist missed the
chance to go to the top of the
table last Saturday. They were
edged 17-15 by competition
leaders Patumahoe and are
anchored in third place, four
points behind Patumahoe and
three shy of Waiuku.
Stone remains upbeat despite
A little disappointed, yes,
but I was pleased with the way
we played. This was a good
chance to benchmark ourselves
against the leading team in the
I was pleased with our per-
formance. We were missing
eight players through injury
and other commitments and
only lost two points.
We could have won it had we
landed a long range penalty just
before the final whistle.''
Third-choice centre Whaiora
Rangiwai put his hand up for
more time in the premiers. He
was filling in for Toetu David
and Ray Cullen and produced a
Patumahoe had double cause
for celebration. They lifted the
Counties Power Challenge Cup
off Ardmore Marist and finish
round one of the McNamara
Cup in first place. Waiuku hang
on to second after a hard-fought
20-19 win over Pukekohe at
Colin Lawrie Fields.
Premiers (McNamara Cup)
Papakura 10 (George Crichton, try.
Tyrone Underhill con. Wade Davis
pen) Onewhero 46 (Morgan
Cathcart, Epeli Lotawa, Kieran
Whyte, Robert Katu, Ifereimi
Duvaga, David Bason, Alan Poa,
Vaughan Holdt, tries. Holt 3 con)
Manurewa 35 (Junior Ap'e, Peter
White, Ahsee Tuala 2, Stephen
Briscoe, tries. Briscoe 5 con)
Karaka 40 (Seremaia Tagicakibau,
Tavite Gadeisuva, Jamie Gilbert-
Clark, Nicholas Connal, tries.
Baden Kerr 4 con, 4 pen)
Patumahoe 17 (Ilaisa Masas, try.
Sean Reidy 4 pen) Ardmore Marist
15 (Karyss Adams, Whaiora
Rangiwai, tries. AJ Alatimu con.
Preston Elama pen). Patumahoe
win first round and lift the
Counties Power Challenge Cup.
Pukekohe 19 (Niva Ta'auso, try.
Rob Dennison 1 con, 4 pen)
Waiuku 20 (Eli Peters, Felamaka
Tatafu, Heinrich Fourie, tries.
Bayden Morey con, pen).
Points: Patumahoe 32, Waiuku
31, Ardmore Marist 28, Karaka
25, Manurewa 19, Onewhero 19,
Pukekohe 17, Bombay 6,
Premier reserves (Bob Chandler
Manurewa 30 Karaka 22;
Papakura 5 Onewhero 20;
Patumahoe 13 Ardmore Marist 36;
Pukekohe 17 Waiuku 11.
Points: Karaka 30, Ardmore
Marist 28, Pukekohe 27,
Patumahoe 25, Waiuku 23,
Manurewa 19, Bombay 13,
Onewhero 10, Papakura 4.
Draw: Ardmore Marist v Papakura,
Bruce Pulman Park. Karaka v
Onewhero, Karaka Sports Centre.
Waiuku v Manurewa, Massey Park,
Waiuku. Bombay v Patumahoe
Start: Premier reserves 1pm.
Division 2 (Sid Marshall Shield)
Te Kauwhata 13 Puni 12;
Weymouth White 46 Drury Gold
12; Weymouth Blue 27 Drury
Points: Weymouth White 16, Drury
Green 14, Drury Gold 14,
Manurewa 11, Weymouth Blue 10,
Puni 6, Te Kauwhata 4.
Under-21s (Massey Cup)
Ardmore Marist 15 Karaka 50;
Onewhero 10 Papakura 33;
Pukekohe 21 Bombay 19; Waiuku
5 Manurewa 31.
Points: Manurewa 34, Bombay
26, Patumahoe 23, Pukekohe 22,
Karaka 20, Ardmore Marist 12,
Papakura 9, Waiuku 2, Onewhero
Under-19s (Bright Cup)
Patumahoe 79 Waiuku 5;
Pukekohe 54 Papakura 0;
Weymouth 25 Karaka 13.
Points: Pukekohe 20, Papakura
11, Patumahoe 10, Karaka 10,
Weymouth 9, Hauraki North 9,
Ardmore Marist 0, Waiuku 0.
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