Manukau Courier : April 11th 2014
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Arohanui from Aunties, Uncles, and Cousins. Hugs from your friends, kisses from Mum, Dad, Sister and Little Brother. SPORT MANUKAU COURIER, APRIL 11, 2014 11 Held: Ponsonby fullback Chay Raui has Papatoetoe captain and halfback Junior Poluleuligaga by the seat of his pants. Slipped: Papatoetoe’s Albert Nikoro offloads under pressure. RUGBY Direct: Papatoetoe’s Michael Robertson crashes through the tackle of Ponsonby players Tyrone Ngaluafe, left, and William Talataina-Mu. SCOREBOARD Premiers (Alan McEvoy Memorial Shield): Ponsonby 31 Papatoetoe 25 (William Mateai, Jeremiah Latana, Jessie Latana, tries. James Faiva con, 2 pen. Albert Nikoro con). H/t: 12-13. Waitemata 46 Manukau Rovers 24 (Shirley Halasima, Lelea Poutaufa, Mathew Vai, Stacey Ili, tries. Stacey Ili con, Salesi Sete con). H/t: 22-12. Otahuhu 67 (Gasologa Faamoe 2, Samoa Meafua 2, Richard Faamatuainu, Kawa Leauma, Konelio Burgess, Kelly Meafua, Sio Suani, Tyson Akeli tries, penalty try, Samoa Meafua 3 con. Tito Malo 3 con) Waitakere City 7. H/t: 24-7. Suburbs 52 East Tamaki 10 (Lotu Faaui, try. Taoso Asora con, pen). H/t: 26-3. Pakuranga 17 College Rifles 7; Grammar 60 Eden 5; Marist 71 Maungarua 8. Points: Waitemata 10, Ponsonby 9, Otahuhu 9, Pakuranga 8, Marist 6, Manukau Rovers 6, Grammar 5, University 5, Suburbs 5, College Rifles 5, Papatoetoe 2, Waitakere City 0, Maungarua 0, Eden 0, East Tamaki 0. Round 3 draw: Manukau Rovers v Otahuhu, Williams Park, Mangere. Ponsonby v East Tamaki, Cox’s Bay Reserve, Westmere. College Rifles v Papatoetoe, College Rifles, Remuera. Date: April 12. Kickoff: Premier reserves 1pm. Premiers 2.45pm. Under-21s: Otahuhu 13 Waitemata 21, Papatoetoe 36 Manukau Majix 0. Points: Papatoetoe 6 (6th), Manukau Majix 4 (8th) Otahuhu 0 (14). Draw: Ponsonby v Papatoetoe, Cox’s Bay Reserve, Herne Bay. Suburbs v Otahuhu, Shadbolt Park, New Lynn. Waitemata v Manukau Majix, Waitemata Park, Henderson. Under-20s draw: Manukau Rovers v College Rifles, Williams Park, Mangere. Points: Manukau Rovers 0 (7th). Rivalry spices up Rovers clash By ALAN APTED Otahuhu need no reminder of what they’ll be up against when they take on Manukau Rovers in round three of Auckland club rugby’s Alan McEvoy Memorial Shield at Williams Park in Mangere tomorrow. They’re preparing to face a pumped-up Rovers side motivated as much by a rich cross-town rivalry as a desire to get back into the winner’s circle. The encounter will be lot harder than the 67-7 romp Otahuhu had over Waitakere City at Sturgess Park in Otahuhu last Saturday with the home side throwing everything at the red and black. Manager Tommy Roache says there will be no room for complacency tomorrow. ‘‘It’s going to be tough. Every time we play Manukau it’s tough. And as friendly and awesome as the rivalry is, there will be no quarter given,’’ he says. ‘‘That both teams will be fielding players who have at some stage played for the other team will add to the spice.’’ Roache puts Otahuhu’s good start to the season down to an improved attitude among the players. ‘‘The mood is better than last year because the players are a lot more focused and there is a lot of self belief within the squad. ‘‘We’ve had a few new recruits and they’ve added to the team.’’ Roache says Manukau coaches Vui Vitale and Ronnie Patea will be cautious about Go to manukaucourier.co.nz to see more photos of Papatoetoe’s game against Ponsonby. reading too much into the win against Waitakere City. He says they will have been pleased with the overall performance but concerned about how players strayed from the game plan later in the game No stopping: Papatoetoe No 8 Siosifa Toifilusi Pole tries in vain to stop Ponsonby’s Roger Tuamoheloa from scoring. Photos: PHOTOTEK when the score mounted. ‘‘We’re going to have to be a lot more disciplined because as the score mounted players started getting personal and playing for themselves rather than the team.’’ Otahuhu is one of four unbeaten teams heading into round three. The others are Waitemata, Ponsonby and Pakuranga. Waitemata kept their unbeaten record intact with a bonus point win over the Rovers in Henderson. They out-scored the Rovers by seven tries to four in the 46-24 win. For the second weekend running Papatoetoe had to endure another painful 6-point loss. They went down 31-25 to Ponsonby, seven days after losing 21-15 to defending champions Pakuranga. They will be annoyed at having let slip the opportunity to mug two of the competition’s heavyweights and will be out to make amends against College Rifles in Remuera tomorrow. Rifles sit one place above them. East Tamaki, who were beaten 52-10 by Suburbs last Saturday, have the envious task of trying to up-end Ponsonby in Westmere. Otahuhu’s Kelly Mefua was among the second round’s leading try-scorers. The openside flanker celebrated his selection for Samoa with a double against Waitakere City. His fullback team-mate Gasologa Faamoe also landed a double.
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