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THANKS CANTERBURY NZ!
The Northcote Intermediate Girls now have new boots to play in at Eden Park this Saturday. The kind people at Canterbury saw our request and donated boots to the school. Good Luck for the Blues 7's finals this weekend Girls!
1st XV 1A Results
Round 2 - 18th May
Birkenhead 24 v Takapuna 50
Orewa 33 v Mahurangi 0
Westlake 41 v Rangitoto 7
1st XV 1A Televised Fixture
Rosmini 23 v Massey 18
1st XV 1A Draw
Round 3 - 25th May
Massey v Birkenhead - Massey 1
Mahurangi v Rangitoto - Warkworth 2
Rosmini v Westlake - Rosmini 1
Takapuna v Orewa - Takapuna Grammar 1
North Harbour Club Rugby Round-up
North Shore travelled to Warkworth and were untroubled to beat Mahurangi 57-8 and win the Buck Shelford Shield for the first round with a clean sweep. Takapuna finished second in the first round beating Marist into third place at Onewa with a 30-20 win. Takapuna had a solid first half but Marist came back strongly and with 15 minutes to go the score was 22-20 however Takapuna pulled away to carry the day. Surprise package of the first round Northcote with three wins in a row beat Massey at Moire Park 23-10 with Ben Searle scoring 18 points
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Marist Lock Cliff Lambert carries the ball up.
Photo by Alex Jones
Round 9 - 18th May
Mahurangi 8 v North Shore 57
Glenfield 15 v East Coast Bays 32
Western 28 v Silverdale 11
Takapuna 30 v Marist 20
Massey 10 v Northcote 23
Congratulations go to Round 1 Premier Winners – North Shore taking out the Buck Shelford Shield
And to Round 1 Premier Reserve Winners – Northcote, winners of the Chris Kennings Shield
Premier Rugby Report
Round 9 - 18th May
By Lindsay Knight
Appropriately as the trophy is named in honour of one of the club’s greatest playing icons, North Shore continued its dominance of the Buck Shelford Shield on Saturday by taking out of the North Harbour premier first round competition.
Shore, as expected, overwhelmed Mahurangi at Warkworth 57-8 to finish five points clear of the second placed team, Takapuna. The easy win enabled Shore’s young first five-eighths Jacob Botica to mark the occasion with a personal milestone.
He converted six of the nine tries to take his tally for the season to 109 and become the first to top a century in the premier competitition this season. By so doing he followed in the footsteps of his father, Frano, now Shore’s coach, and elder brother Ben in maintaining the family tradition of prolific goal-kicking.
Former representative hooker James Hincho, now a veteran, also excelled for Shore, scoring two tries.
Shore’s arch-rivals, Takapuna, finished the first round a clear second by beating the other front-runner Marist 30-20. However, it had to overcome a poor third quarter when Marist, after trailing 22-10 having had the wind advantage in the first spell, capitalised on Takapuna’s mistakes and pulled the score back to 22-20.
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Premier & Premier Reserves Draw
East Coast Bays v Silverdale - Windsor 1
Massey v North Shore - Moire 1
Glenfield v Marist - Kaipatiki 1
Mahurangi v Western - Warkworth 1
Takapuna v Northcote - Onewa 1
|Firth North Shore||9||0||0||41|
|Pats Garage Takapuna||8||0||1||37|
|Prestige Real Estate Marist||7||0||2||32|
|Simply Fresh Northcote||6||0||3||25|
|Massey Aqua Dynamics||5||0||4||25|
|Century 21 Western Pioneers||3||0||6||19|
|Shields Bros Bays Premiers||3||0||6||18|
|Orewa New World Silverdale Seahawks||3||0||6||17|
|Grove Mitre10 Glenfield||1||0||8||8|
|Mitre10 Mega Warkworth Mahurangi||0||0||9||0|
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