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Generations, Rebels and Hui Hui Black
were too good for Ardmore 1, CG Platinum
and Ardmore Abs in the latest round of
premier netball at the Papakura Netball
Centre last Saturday.
Senior Premier: Generations 62 Ardmore 1
30, Rebels 51 CG Platinum 42, Hui Hui
Black 41 Ardmore Abs 36.
Senior Premier 2: Marlins Gold 40 Hunua
Platinum 32, Rewa White 48 Marist 1 37.
Senior Premier 3: Southern Storm 49
Marlins Black 42, Takanini 1 56 Marlins
Senior A: Drury Platinum 46PR316,Hui
Hui Pink 30 Marlins Red 23, Rewa Green
32 Marlins Social 17.
Senior Reserves: CG Diamonds 23
Alfriston Comets 16, Drury Green 29
Marist 4 22, Takanini 3 28 Drury Blue 25.
Senior B: Karaka Gold 24 Ruffnex Silver
21, Clevedon 7 28 TWBC 1 28, Rinnisixty1
32 Marist 2 23.
Senior B Reserves: PR 4 22 Southern
Horizon 15, Haati Keehi 30 C G Sapphire
19, Ruffnex Grey 20 Drury Silver 18.
Senior 3rd: Clevedon 6 24 TWBC 2 23,
Marist 5 28 Hunua Silver 22.
Senior 4th: Marist 6 33 Marist 3 17, TKM
Speedstars 43 Ardmore Maidenz 18.
College Premier: Rewa 1 33 Strathallan 8,
Marlins Storm bt Marlins Sting def, Marlins
Storm 35 PR 5 27, Rewa 1 33 Takanini4
13, PR 5 27 Strathallan Navy 22.
College A: Rewa 3 38 CG Ruby 17, Karaka
Hearts 21 Ardmore Coll 21.
College B: TG 1 25 Alfriston Violet 21,
Karaka Jacks 21 Karaka Diamonds 15.
College C: CG Topaz 21 PR 6 17, Clevedon
5 13 Strathallan Red 10.
Under-15 A: PR 7 28 Takanini 5 25,
Karaka Sapphire 32 Ruffnex Blue 27, PR 7
35 Marlins Steele 19, Hunua Purple 35
Takanini 5 23.
Under-15 B: Strathallan Orange 42
Strathallan Green 12, Marist 7 23
Clevedon 4 12, TG 2 21 Strathallan Green
19, Strathallan orange 31 Drury 10 21.
Under-15 C: Rewa 2 30 Karaka Ruby 13,
Drury 9 19 Takanini School Gold 17, PR 8
38 Drury 8 2.
Intermediate A: Karaka Ferns 19 CG
Garnet 15, Ruffnex Aqua 14 Rewa2 13,
Int B: Marlins Force 2 Strathallan Gold 17,
Strathallan Gold 22 Southern Storm 13,
CG Ivory 23 Drury 7 7, Marlins Force 25 TG
Intermediate C: RP Bluefire 20 Hunua red
12, PR 10 17 St Mary's Ruby 9 , Alfriston
Pink 19 St Mary's Sapphire 10.
Intermediate D: Takanini School White 16
Marlins Thunder 11, TG 4 12 Ruffnex Black
10, Reremoana Mystics 28 Takanini 6 10.
Intermediate E: Clevedon 3 15 St Marys
Diamonds 11, Ramarama School 14
Karaka Roses 12, Opaheke Storm 15
Rewa 3 10.
Intermediate F: TG 5 11 PR 11 13,
Strathallan Aqua 14 Ardmore Aces 9.
Junior A: RP Hoopslammers8TG66,
Reremoana Swifts 18 Drury 6 8, PR 12 21
Rewa 1 9.
Junior B: Alfriston Blue 10 TG 7 3, Royals
Anahera 23 Marlins Mighty 15, P R 13 23
C G Turquoise 9.
Junior C: Ardmore Mermaids 11 CG Gems
9, Karaka Piwakawaka 15 Rewa 2 13,
Ruffnex Purple 12 Strathallan Sapphire 6,
Karaka Piwakawaka 16 Strathallan
Junior D: Takanini school Silver 13
Reremoana Star 7, St Mary's Silver 12 PR
14 7, Takanini 7 18 Drury 5 2.
Junior E: Opaheke Magic 14 PR 15 4,
Junior F: Ardmore Jets 17 Strathallan Teal
4, St Mary's Emerald 10 TG 9 4.
Junior G: Hillpark 1 Hillpark 2 1, Clevedon
Tavalea's death a shock
By ALAN APTED
The Drury Green rugby team
has retired the No 6 jersey in
honour of team-mate Viliame
Tavalea, their 31-year-old
blindside flanker who died dur-
ing a division two match
against Drury Gold at the
Drury Domain last Friday.
Tavalea collapsed 14 minutes
into the match.
Ambulance officers worked on
the man members called Big
Willie'' for 45 minutes before
pronouncing him dead.
The players from both teams
linked arms and formed a circle
around the officers.
Drury coach Dale Cameron
says tears were shed as the
ambulance officers worked to
resuscitate their team-mate
I don't ever want to go
through that experience again.
Never. It was absolutely shat-
tering,'' Cameron says.
It has been a tragic two
weeks for the club. We're still
coming to grips with the deaths
of Liam Jackson, Alan Jones
and friend Ashley Foley who
were killed in a car crash near
Hamilton two weeks ago.
Jackson, 18, whose father
Graeme is Drury Rugby Club
president, and Jones, 18, were
Drury juniors who moved to the
Bombay club this season to play
in the under-19 rugby team.
Tavalea's funeral arrange-
ments are still being finalised.
Tavalea's passing has left
Drury Green's match against
Manurewa at Mountfort Park
on Saturday in the air.
Cameron is hoping it will be
played at another date.
But he is certain that the
Tavalea's No 6 jersey won't be
It won't be worn again this
season. We've retired it out of
respect to Vili.''
Good score: Karaka's Joshua Rowlands and Baden Kerr, right, show
their delight with Chris Falkner after he scores against Manurewa during
Counties Manukau club rugby's McNamara Cup at the Karaka Sports
Park last Saturday.
Photos: RICHARD SPRANGER
Bad luck: In his first game back
from injury Karaka captain Jamie
Gilbert-Clark is helped from the
field after injuring his shoulder.
By ALAN APTED
Busted: Karaka's Rey Lee-Lo
slices open the Manurewa
Ardmore Marist will fancy their
chances of upsetting Patuma-
hoe in their McNamara Cup
semifinal at Patumahoe on Sat-
It's a confidence born from
having beaten the title favour-
ite 25-15 at Bruce Pulman Park
in Papakura last Saturday.
Coach Julian Stone says his
young team isn't intimidated by
Patumahoe and plans to take
the game to their more vaunted
The key for us is to get off to
a good start,'' Stone says.
Traditionally we're slow
starters and have had to come
from behind to win 75 percent
of our matches.
But we broke with that on
Saturday and got off to a flyer.
It was our best start this sea-
We were 20-3 up at halftime
and controlled the match from
Stone says a repeat perform-
ance will be needed if they are
to make the final. But he cau-
tioned against reading too much
into the win.
We've probably done our-
selves no favours by beating
Their captain Kane Hancy
says he has never known
Patumahoe to get beaten twice
in a row. They will be highly
Stone says Ardmore Marist's
goal for the season was to make
the top four and now that
they're there they want to go all
It's going to come down to
the team that wants it most on
the day and I know that we do
have the desire,'' he says.
Ardmore Marist's win
knocked Patumahoe off the top
of the table and handed Waiuku
the minor premiership.
Waiuku hosts Karaka whose
29-19 win over Manurewa vaul-
ted them into a semifinal.
Manurewa, Bombay, Puke-
kohe and Onewhero will contest
the Don Shuker Cup.
Fifth-placed Manurewa will
host Bombay at Mountfort Park
and Pukekohe entertains One-
whero at Colin Lawrie Fields.
Waiuku 13 (Eli Peters, try. Thomas Halse
con 2 pens) Pukekohe 10 (Sione Fifita,
Mark Price, tries)
Ardmore Marist 25 (Suliasi Taufalele, Jose
Seru, Tyrone Lefau, Sikeli Nabou, tries. AJ
Alatimu con, pen) Patumahoe 15 (Bundellu
Aki, Ilaisa Maasi, tries. Kane Hancy con.
Sean Reidy pen)
Karaka 29 (Reynold Lee-Lo, Antonio
Lavemai, Joshua Rowland, Christopher
Falkner, tries. Baden Kerr 3 con, d/g)
Manurewa 12 (Michael Lea 2 Stephen
Onewhero Carters 54 (Fraser Duncan 2,
Vaughan Holdt, Morgan Cathcart 3, David
Bason, Alan Poa tries. Bason con. Poa
con, Kirisome Laulala 5 con) Papakura 5
Final points: Patumahoe 58, Ardmore
Marist 56, Waiuku 55, Karaka 49,
Manurewa 48, Pukekohe 37, Onewhero
35, Bombay 13, Papakura 0.
McNamara Cup semifinals: Patumahoe v
Ardmore Marist, Patumahoe, Waiuku v
Karaka Massey Park, Waiuku.
Don Shuker Cup (5th-8th) semifinals:
Manurewa v Bombay, Mountfort Park,
Manurewa, Pukekohe v Onewhero, Colin
Lawrie Fields, Pukekohe.
Premier Reserves (Bob Chandler
Waiuku 20 Pukekohe 15; Ardmore Marist
45 Patumahoe 0; Karaka 22 Manurewa
19; Onewhero 34 Papakura 17.
Final points: Pukekohe 61, Ardmore Marist
56, Karaka 56, Waiuku 52, Manurewa 44,
Patumahoe 42, Bombay 19, Onewhero 16,
Bob Chandler Memorial Trophy
semifinals: Pukekohe v Ardmore Marist,
Colin Lawrie Fields. Karaka v Waiuku,
Karaka Sports Park.
Bill Marsh Cup (5th-8th) semifinals:
Manurewa v Onewhero Mountfort Park.
Patumahoe v Bombay, Patumahoe. Start:
Division 2 (Sid Marshall Shield)
Drury Green 0 Drury Gold 0; Weymouth
White 29 Manurewa 20; Weymouth Blue
68 Te Kauwhata 18.
Points: Pukekohe 61, Ardmore Marist 56,
Karaka 56, Waiuku 52, Manurewa 44,
Patumahoe 42, Bombay 19, Onewhero16,
Draw: Drury Gold v Weymouth Blue, Drury
Domain, Manurewa v Drury Green,
Mountfort Park, Manurewa. Puni v
Waymouth White, Puni. Te Kauwhata bye.
Under 21s (Massey Cup)
Karaka 80 Ardmore Marist 14; Bombay 22
Pukekohe 17; Manurewa 37 Waiuku 12;
Papakura 5 Onewhero 3.
Points: Manurewa 65, Bombay 59, Karaka
50, Pukekohe 47, Patumahoe 46, Ardmore
Marist 27, Waiuku15, Papakura 15,
Draw: Onewhero v Karaka, Onewhero.
Patumahoe v Bombay, Patumahoe.
Pukekohe v Manurewa, Colin Lawrie Fields.
Waiuku v Papakura, Waiuku. Ardmore
Under 19s (Bright Cup)
Pukekohe 78 Waiuku 12; Weymouth bt
Papakura def; Hauraki North 18
Points: Pukekohe 50, Patumahoe 35,
Karaka 30, Weymouth 29, Hauraki North
23, Papakura 19, Ardmore Marist 0,
Draw: Karaka v Hauraki North, Karaka
Sports Park. Patumahoe v Pukekohe, Colin
Lawrie Fields 3. Waiuku v Weymouth,
Waiuku. Papakura bye.
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