Kapi-Mana News : August 2nd 2011
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Was $12,995 NOW $11,995 00 BMW 330 Family owned and operated for the last 15 years MTA Assured Dealer Finance Available Warranties Available On behalf Sales Trades Welcome Better Value Vehicles Corner Queen Street & Pine Avenue UPPER HUTT A/H: 0274 501-583 Ph: 528-7746 Jubilee Cup finals berth for Norths By KRIS DANDO It was the AJ Va'alepu show at Kilbirnie Park on Saturday as Northern United stormed into Wellington rugby's Jubilee Cup final with a dominating perform- ance over Poneke. The 29-3 scoreline can be put down to Norths' tried-and-true formula -- players with single digits on their backs doing a ton of work, and then unleashing the backline. It was only 7-3 at the break, with Poneke commanding in the rucks and mauls, but winger Va'alepu gave them the edge after running on to a grubber kick. In the second half he scored four more tries, making it 10 for the Jubilee Cup round, including runs of 35 metres and nearly 100m. I reckon he's the fastest player in Wellington rugby,'' a chuffed Norths coach Frank Rees said. I'm really pleased for him -- I've had a long association with AJ through Porirua College and as well as having that X-factor, he's a humble guy.'' Forwards Mana Faraimo and Henry Smith were outstanding, as was halfback Tomasi Palu, who leaves this week to play for Tonga. Rees says he has no absences or injury concerns and this week the focus will be on enjoying our time together'' and training as they have done all season. We've been taking it a game at a time for a while now, but we've planned well in advance. It's just about managing it all. I'm lucky to have a great set of rugby players. They're a grounded lot, and all I have to do is get the selections right. These guys have families and jobs, but they do the work at training and when that whistle blows, they're ready.'' Norths take on a tough Oriental-Rongotai at Petone Rec- reation Ground this Sunday, after Ories ground out an 18-15 win over Hutt Old Boys-Marist. Rees says their opponents, a settled team, are fitter than Ories teams of the past and have an extremely strong scrum. They've got game breakers there -- our backs are small and fleet-footed, while theirs are big and strong, I don't think they have anyone under six foot [tall] in their backline. They're going for their first Jubilee Cup [so] they'll be up for it.'' Undercover tournament By KRIS DANDO National caps: Daniel Rose, left, and James Lewis, pulled on New Zealand colours to take on South Africa in indoor cricket recently. Photo: JO MURRAY Tawa College students Daniel Rose and James Lewis found the going tough when they turned out for their country in a recent indoor cricket series against South Africa. Played in the first week of the school holidays at the Action Indoor Sports Valley centre in Lower Hutt, both Rose (NZ under 15s) and Lewis (NZ under 13s) played well -- Daniel coming sec- ond in the MVP rankings after big contributions with bat and ball. Unfortunately both sides were beaten, a scoreline of 3-2 for the 13s and 4-1 for the 15s. For Rose's side, however, the scoreline didn't reflect how close they were to their South African counterparts. The games were really tight -- theonewewonwasby50andthe four we lost were really close, each was by less than 10 runs,'' says Rose. It was an awesome series, I really enjoyed myself and it was unfortunate that we lost, but they [the South Africans] were a fan- tastic team. I think their body language said they wanted it more than us.'' Rose has played the game since the age of seven and says while there are leagues in Wellington -- primarily played at the Hutt Val- ley and Newtown indoor sports centres -- it is not a sport with a huge following. Not many people know about it, we need to get the word out.'' Tawa closely avoids relegation By KRIS DANDO Tawa may have suffered a 5-2 loss to Central League leaders Mira- mar Rangers on Saturday, but they are safe from relegation. The team can look forward to 2012 in top-flight football. After being down 4-0 at the break, Tawa showed great charac- ter to come back in the second half, with Todd Painter scoring a double. The loss keeps them second-bottom but Palmerston North Marist lost to Napier City Rovers, and the seven-point gap is enough to keep Tawa up, as there are just two games remaining. Coach Richie Martin says while it's disappointing to lose their last home game of the year, he paid tribute to a faster and more polished'' Miramar side, who look favourites to retain their title. We gave away two or three goals because of defensive errors, just individual things that cost us dearly. This is the best team we've played all year.'' Wests, meanwhile, maintained third spot after a 1-1 draw with Olympic.
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