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On Saturday, Tawa were thrashed 6-1 by high-flying Napier City Rovers at Redwood, with Daniel Wood on the score- sheet for the home side. The result keeps Tawa second-last on nine points from 13 games, five points ahead of Maycenvale, who have played a game less. On Sunday, Wests went down 2-1 to rivals Miramar Rangers at David Farrington Park. Billy Scott netted for Wests after both teams went into the break at 0-0. This Saturday, Wests are hosting sixth-placed Petone, while the job does not get any easier for Tawa -- they are away to league leaders Wairarapa United. Vikings sail ahead with confidence By KRIS DANDO The Porirua Vikings may not have claimed the minor premiership but they will take plenty of confidence into premier club rugby league's post-season. The Vikings beat University 26-4 in the torrential rain and wind at Kelburn on Saturday. It was a win built on attitude, coach Peter Rikiriki said, something that was distinctly lacking in their upset loss to Upper Hutt two weeks ago. That loss cost them the chance to clinch the Mulqueen Shield, with Randwick taking the minor premiership silverware courtesy of having a better points differential. Randwick are probably the favoured team going into the play- offs, they've had the best results these last few weeks [including a 42-0 win over Upper Hutt on Sat- urday] and will be tough to beat,'' Rikiriki said. This weekend, in the new top five format, Randwick have the bye, while Upper Hutt play Te Aroha and the Vikings take on Wainuiomata at Ascot Park. The loser of the latter game has an extra life. Rikiriki said they had a few niggling injuries in the squad and would have enjoyed a bye but will nevertheless approach their fixture with plenty of self- belief. We really let it slip against Upper Hutt, so it was great to see the right attitude back [against Uni] on Saturday. It's about hav- ing that consistency now.'' Teams battle it out for top spots North wind: Norths midfielder Siaosi Anamani tries to find some room in a tightly fought first half against Ories. Norths eventually won 8-3. By KRIS DANDO Northern United and Tawa braved the elements to record crucial wins in club rugby's Jubilee Cup on Sat- urday, cementing their spots in the top four. Results on the weekend mean, realistically, five teams are bat- tling for four semifinal places. Oriental-Rongotai remain top of the table with 20 points, despite falling to Norths at Porirua Park; Marist St Pats have 19; while Norths (17) and Tawa (15) are right in the hunt. Wainuiomata (15) are the other contender, while next best is Hutt Old Boys-Marist on six points. Tawa's 16-3 victory over Upper Hutt was, again, built around their huge forwards doing the tough work in tight. It was just 3-3 at halftime, but two penalties after the break to Randall Bishop and a try to outstanding prop Taniela Koroi made the game safe. Up the road at Porirua Park, Norths ran out 8-3 winners against Ories. It was their first win over the Jubilee Cup holders in four games. Hurricanes utility back Alapati Leiua put a telling kick behind Ories' defence that resulted in a penalty and gave Norths an 8-3 halftime lead. Into the wind in the second 40, Norths defended like demons and were aided by errors from the visitors. No points were added by either team in a game for the purists. This Saturday sees Tawa travel to Ories and Norths are away to bottom-placed Petone. Meanwhile, in the Premier Women's Victoria Tavern eighth round, Norths defaulted their match to Eketahuna but remain two points clear on top of the table. In the Hardham Cup, Norths B went down 20-5 to Wests Roosters.
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