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IN BRIEF Vikings win The Porirua Vikings are on course to claim Wellington club rugby league's first round Mulqueen Shield after a solid 26-18 win over Wainuiomata on Saturday. The win puts them two points clear of Randwick on 15 points, with Wainui now back on 10 points. The Vikings were down early at Wise Park but soon found their feet, scoring three tries for a 16-6 halftime lead. As in the first half, the home side scored first in the second 40, but winger Vena Lamsam touched down to give the Vikings some breathing room, and experienced duo Anton Wereta and Greig Dean combined for a try that sealed the win. Due to the split round, St George played on June 2, losing 26-23 to Randwick at Naenae Park. Marlins take out rivals Titahi Bay Marlins' rugby league side are on a roll in the Senior 1sts grade, securing successive wins over Porirua City Phoenix XIII, Wainuiomata Natives, St George Dragons and Petone to sit fifth after nine matches. On Saturday, they crushed Petone 28-4. The wins were crucial for the Marlins, with a top six finish needed to secure post-season play. Trentham and Randwick are the teams to beat so far, but Marlins coach Ants Albert says they have the squad to compete with the leaders. ''We are a quality side and we can beat any team in our grade on the day. The boys work hard and those [last three wins] made me proud.'' Tawa and Wests take a beating Western Suburbs and Tawa sit dangerously close to the foot of football's Central League table, after both were hammered on Saturday. Martyn Coleman again found the back of the net for Wests, but they found the going too tough against league leaders Wairarapa Utd, losing 5-1 in Carterton. Tawa, meanwhile, were well beaten by Miramar Rangers, 4-0, at Wakefield Park. The losses, coupled with Maycenvale Utd's shock 5-0 thrashing of Wellington Utd, has tightened up the relegation battle. The Hastings club are bottom on four points. Tawa have six points and Wests seven. Contest glory for bowlers Bowling buddies: Mana Special Olympics club tenpin bowlers Kirk McCarthy, Dane Muir and Travis Wilson competed against dozens of North Island counterparts when they hosted a bowling tournament last month. The club wants to expand into swimming and basketball, and is seeking more members and support staff. By ANDREA O'NEIL Fifty competitive tenpin bowl- ers -- all with intellectual dis- abilities -- competed at Kenepuru's Strike bowling alley in late May. Mana's Special Olympics branch hosted about 40 sports men and women from Hawke's Bay, the Manawatu, the Hutt Valley and Welling- ton for a two-day bowling regional ribbon event on May 26 and 27. Special Olympics is a nationwide movement encour- aging intellectually disabled adults and children to learn and compete in sports. Its motto is all sports for all abilities''. Nine local athletes com- peted in the bowling compe- tition, and came away with a clutch of first and second prize ribbons from the doubles and group sections. After a hard day in the lanes on Saturday, the athletes gathered for a dinner and disco at Aotea Lodge. They love it. It's a huge social occasion,'' Special Olympics committee member Tricia Wilson says. Bowling is the only sport the club offers at the moment. Wilson would love the club to branch out into swimming and basketball, but it needs more members on board to do so, she says. Volunteers are also needed to help train the athletes and occasionally travel with them on weekend trips to compete. It all relies on volunteers,'' Wilson says. About 10 bowlers train at Strike once a week, and com- pete with other clubs every couple of months. The club will travel to Dunedin next year for the national Special Olympics, held once every four years. For membership inquiries, contact Trish Wilson on 234 1585.
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