Kapi-Mana News : September 11th 2012
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She played for Toa as a junior and her return to the club has helped them rise from Premier 3. The promotion-relegation match against Indians is on September 22 at the National Hockey Stadium in Wellington. Porirua teens move up fast in new-found sport Butterfly & Rocky: Sagato Fagasoaia and Ioane Ane are on their way up in the boxing world, eyeing the national champs after winning regional titles recently. By KRIS DANDO Placid and quiet outside the box- ing ring, quick and explosive inside -- that's Rocky' and Butter- fly'. The two Porirua teenagers, who box for the Rebel club, based in Kenepuru, won their respective divisions at the Wellington cham- pionships on August 18. Rocky' Ioane Ane, 19, took out the welterweight division while Butterfly' Sagato Fagasoaia, 14, won the junior middleweight sec- tion. It was just reward for the hard work the pair have put in these past months, their coach Owen Fagasoaia says. They have the upcoming Manawatu champs to further their craft, with both only taking up the gloves last year. They started training in my backyard -- I just put up a [boxing] bag and it went from there,'' says coach Fagasoaia. Some guys have given up along the way but these two have the commitment and the self- determination to go a long way in this sport. They listen and have good heads on their shoulders.'' Ane says he loves the self- discipline and fitness aspects of being a pugilist, while Fagasoaia says the feeling of representing Rebel and winning for his club make the training pay off. They both attend Rebel three nights a week and say the club atmosphere demands effort and self-discipline. Both paid tribute to their coach. The young fighters will likely both go to nationals in Auckland next month, although Ane may not be eligible because he has less than 10 fights under his belt. Sisters in arms: The Wests and Pare-Plimm players, the only two all-girl junior rugby teams in the region. Photo supplied Girls rugby grows The Paremata-Plimmerton Angelfish capped off an excellent season with a win over another all-girls team. Previously the region's only all- girl rugby team, the under-7 side inspired Wests to form a girls team. The two sides met at Ngatitoa Domain in a high-spirited affair won by the Angelfish 15-8. The side have had a mixed sea- son results-wise but attracted plenty of positive feedback about their attitude and team work. They also secured a sponsor, Yah- zoo Hairdressing. This Sunday the Angelfish will attend a Girls in Rugby event at Poneke Rugby Football Club where they will meet Black Ferns' players.
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