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Tawa youngster shows class
Leg work: Tawa green belt Adrian Alcance, in red, 18, beat Tertius Jacobs, 23, of Titahi Bay,
19-17 in an under-63kg taekwondo bout at Te Rauparaha Arena.
Photo: ANDREA O'NEIL
By ANDREA O'NEIL AND KRIS DANDO
Tawa 13-year-old Ryley Bridges showed
outstanding form at the Taekwondo
Union national championships at Te
Rauparaha Arena last weekend.
The rising blue belt had to battle
through two hard fights to earn her gold
Club instructor Mike Murray was
delighted with Tawa's performance --
Tawa's 34 fighters won 10 golds, nine
silvers and seven bronzes.
We've done well for ourselves. We had
some very good fights. Some of the divi-
sions were quite big,'' Murray said.
Fighters from as far afield as Christ-
church, Ashurst and Patea battled it out
both weekend days in front of loud and
Titahi Bay Taekwondo Club's 15 figh-
ters shared four golds, nine silvers and a
It was a hard slog. They did very well.
I'm stoked,'' club instructor Paleti Mur-
He said the tournament was hard work
for many of his fighters, who often had
two or three fights to reach a final.
Murphy singled out two fighters for
Vorayouth Ngaoluangraj, 15, was
named one of six North Island fighters of
the weekend after impressing many
instructors and examiners.
Junior black belt Annaliese McMahon-
Herewini, 12, is new to the club, but Mur-
phy said her talent would likely land her
in the Oceania team next year.
Paremata-Plimmerton will face Tawa in
the Ed Chaney Cup Senior 1 rugby final
on Saturday at Ngatitoa Domain,
2.30pm. Top qualifiers Paremata-
Plimmerton beat Hutt Old Boys 17-15 at
Ngatitoa Domain in one semi-final, and
third-placed Tawa upstaged second-
placed Wainuiomata 22-18 at William
Tawa's Central League football status
was confirmed after Wellington United
were relegated following their 4-3 defeat
by Upper Hutt. Tawa looked in deep trou-
ble three weeks ago, with just a solitary
point all season, but have secured seven
points in their last three matches.
Tawa fought out a 1-1 draw with Lower
Hutt at Redwood Park on Saturday. Mike
Ramaekers scored for the home side.
Western Suburbs still have a math-
ematical chance of winning the league,
following their thrilling 4-3 win over
Petone on Saturday. They are six points
adrift of Miramar with two games left,
and have an inferior goal difference.
In premier Kapi Mana netball play,
Norths 1 proved their top dog status by
beating second-placed Rockz 1 37-21. In
other games, Kahurangi 1 overcame
Kahurangi 2 46-37 and Plimmerton
Tuohy edged out Aotea Red 27-26.
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