Manukau Courier : April 10th 2014
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MANUKAU COURIER CLENDON Clendon Library MANGERE Mangere East Library 370 Massey Rd Mangere Town Centre Library Bader Dr MANGERE BRIDGE Mangere Bridge Library 5-7 Church St MANUKAU Manukau Library Countdown Complex MANUREWA Manurewa Library OTAHUHU Otahuhu Library OTARA Otara Library Tupu Youth Library Otara Shopping Centre 274-7936 102 Dawson Rd N/A PAPATOETOE Papatoetoe Library 30 Wallace Rd Food Court Hunters Plaza 278-4392 N/A Archive copies can be viewed at the South Auckland Research Centre, 3 Osterley Way, Manukau City The most recent editions can be viewed online for free by clicking on the ‘Latest Edition’ link at manukaucourier.co.nz 3 Osterley Way 652 Gt South Rd 7 Hill Rd 12 High St 33 Birmingham Rd, East Tamaki, Ph: 272-7017 17 Palmers Rd 269-0500 275-5420 275-9294 636-6797 262-5748 N/A 262-5420 374-1320 By ALAN APTED Karaka is shaping up as the team to beat in Counties Manukau club rugby as they prepare for their local derby against struggling Papakura at the Karaka Sports Park on Saturday. They are the only unbeaten team after three rounds of competition and are white-hot favourites to beat their neighbours who’ve conceded 164 points in their opening three matches. It will be a match where coach Craig Hill will be tempted to rest key personnel after three bruising encounters against Bombay, defending champions Ardmore Marist and former champions Patumahoe. Karaka beat Patumahoe 14-8 last Saturday but were made to work hard for it. The win had the club- house celebrating as their premier reserves, under-21s and under-19s all had victories too. Papakura were beaten 74-3 by Waiuku who ran in 10 tries. Bryce Vaireka got four and William Heperi three. Luke Graham had a good day with a haul of 24 points. He scored a try and kicked eight conversions and a penalty. Wrestling: Pukekohe No8 Roger Hasiata fights the two-man tackle of Onewhero No7 Courtney Roberts and Nathan Sunde. Onewhero produced the upset of the round. They stunned Pukekohe 28-23 for their first win over the perennial heavyweights and former champions at Onewhero. The win moves Onewhero into third in the standings. They face Weymouth at Laurie Gibson Domain in Weymouth on Saturday. Weymouth are bub- bling. They ran in nine tries in their 59-15 demolition of Te Kauwhata and will head into the match against Onewhero with a SCOREBOARD Premiers (Challenge Cup): Te Kauwhata 15 (Reo Faumuina, Joseph Heta, tries. Joseph Heta con and pen) Weymouth 59 (Jade Tuua, Michael Tuiloma, Tony Lilo, Onni Mesake 2, Vau Aroni, Tolovae Ape 3, tries. Tolovae Ape 3 con. Jereme Letalatla 4 con). Onewhero 28 (Filipe Pau, Elijah Koaneti, Courtney Roberts. tries. Nathan Langsford 2 con, 3 pen) Pukekohe 23 (Kodi Newson, George Crichton, Mark Price, tries. Sione Fifita con, 2 pen). Drury 17 (Taniela Tuvai, Etuate Katoa, Suliasi Kufusi, tries. Manase Lelenoa con) Bombay 39 (Samuel Aiono, Saufa Sumuletu 2, Sepuloni Taufi, Benjamin Masoe, Henry Povey, tries. Ki Anfe 3 con, pen). Manurewa 19 (Stephen Briscoe, Michael Futi, Taavili Patea, tries. Ahsee Tuala 2 con) Ardmore Marist 27 (Suliasi Tufalele, Faalata Punatai, Kirisome Laulala, tries. Kirisome Laulala 3 con 2 pen). Papakura 3 (Bradley Wade pen) Waiuku 74 (Army Sanders, Sosefo Kata, Jamie Baker, William Heperi 3, Bryce Vaireka 4, Luke Graham, tries. Luke Graham 8 con and pen). Patumahoe 8 (Fotu Lokotui, try. Jonny Wilkinson pen) Karaka 14 (Antonio Lavemai, try. Kieron Rollinson 3 pen). Karaka win the Counties Power Cup Points: Karaka 19, Pukekohe 15, Onewhero14, Bombay 14, Patumahoe 12, Waiuku 11, Drury 9, Weymouth 9, Ardmore Marist 8, Manurewa 5, Papakura 1, Te Kauwhata 0. Premier reserves (Don Shuker Trophy): Puni 15 Weymouth 18; Onewhero 10 Pukekohe 7; Drury 5 Bombay 60; Manurewa 24 Ardmore Marist 6; nothing-to-lose attitude. Toloave Ape was Weymouth’s leading tryscorer with three. He also landed three conversions. Patumahoe 10 Karaka 59; Papakura 8 Waiuku 37. Points: Karaka18, Pukekohe 15, Bombay 14, Manurewa 14, Waiuku 14, Onewhero 14, Papakura 8, Patumahoe 7, Weymouth 4, Ardmore Marist 2, Puni 1, Drury 0. Draw: Karaka v Papakura, Karaka Sports Park. Ardmore Marist v Patumahoe, Bruce Pulman Park. Pukekohe v Drury, Colin Lawrie Fields. Weymouth v Onewhero, Laurie Gibbson Domain. Waiuku v Te Kauwhata, Massey Park, Waiuku. Manurewa v Bombay, Mountfort Park. Date: April 12. Kickoff: Premier reserves: 1pm. Premiers: 2.45pm. Under-21s (Massey Cup): Patumahoe 19 Ardmore Marist 18; Karaka 27 Bombay 19; Weymouth 12 Manurewa 17; Pukekohe 48 Waiuku 12. Points: Karaka 10, Patumahoe 9, Puekohe 9, Ardmore Marist 6, Manurewa 4, Weymouth 1, Waiuku 0, Bombay -4. Draw: Ardmore Marist v Waiuku, Bruce Pulman Park. Bombay v Weymouth, Bombay. Karaka v Pukekohe, Karaka Sports PArk. Manurewa v Patumahoe, Mountfort Park. Date: April 12. Kickoff: 1pm Under-19s (Bright Cup): Onewhero 12 Karaka 25; Hauraki North 17 Drury 17; Patumahoe 20 Pukekohe 14. Points: Drury 7, Hauraki North 7, Karaka 5, Patumahoe 4, Pukekohe 1 Onewhero 9. Draw: Karaka v Hauraki North, Karaka Sports Park. Patumahoe v Onewhero, Patumahoe. Pukekohe v Drury, Colin Lawrie Fields. Under 85kg: Onewhero 0 Te Rapa 62. Team-mate Onni Mesake got a double. Manurewa went down 27-19 to defending champions Ardmore Marist at Mountfort Park in Manurewa last Saturday and will be nervous heading into their fifthround encounter against fourth-placed Bombay at Bombay. Photos: RICHARD SPRANGER Shoved: Onewhero’s Chris Ofanoa shoves Pukekohe Metro’s Mathew Berry out of his way. On target: Pukekohe halfback Kodi Newson fires out a pass.
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