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Congratulations: KERIN GREVILLE
winner of a $30 HARVEY NORMAN voucher
(to assist with the cost of photo development or the purchase of camera accessories)
Player: ARTHUR GEORGE Team: 7TH GRADE CLIVE NITROS
Photograph: courtesy HRS Sportsground website
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Results from the
Hastings Pak 'n
played on June 22:
Division 1: Phys-
ique Phoenix 46
defeated NRG Bay
House Otane Force
50 defeated Plus
Rehab Huia's 34.
defeated Work Out
Studio HN Kauri
MAC Blue 34
defeated HB Cook
Flora 47 defeated
Cape Physio MAC
Ex High Marist
Blue 48 defeated
Central Sports 40.
HN wallops Taradale
No respite: Havelock North openside flanker Tony
Lamborn makes yet another line break in his side's
75-7 demolition of Taradale on Saturday.
Photo: GRANT REABURN/GREATPHOTOS.CO.NZ
Havelock North had
it all over Taradale
in the Maddison Tro-
phy on Saturday,
scoring 11 tries to
one in the the last
round of fixtures
before players are
lost to the Hawke's
Bay Magpies, who
name their 2011 ITM
Cup squad on Friday.
ran in tries at will
defence rallied in the
final 20 minutes, but
it was way too little
results (home side listed first):
Taradale 7 defeated by Havelock
Nth 75 (1BP)
HRS 0 defeated by Pirates 66 (1
BP)Central 3 defeated by MAC 24
NOBM 11 defeated by Clive 16
NTOB 19 defeated Tamatea 10
Hawks in play-offs
Towering: HBS Bank Hawks forward Arthur
Trousdell gets above Nelson Giants' big
American import Darryl Dora to score two
points during their NBL clash at Pettigrew
Green Arena on Friday night.
The HBS Bank Hawks have clinched a
home national basketball quarterfinal
after narrowly defeating the Nelson
Giants 86-83 at Pettigrew Green Arena
on Friday night.
The Hawks can't make the top two
even if they win their last regular season
game at home against the Southland
Sharks next week.
Instead, they will have to be content
with a third place finish and a home
playoff against the sixth-placed team on
The Hawks showed a lot of fight
against the Giants without their leading
scorer Josh Pace, who may have a broken
Paora Winitana stepped up in Pace's
absence, scoring a big double-double of 24
points and 13 rebounds.
Winitana will be relieved the Hawks
won after he missed two free throws with
eleven seconds left with the Hawks only
up by two. But the Giants could not
secure the rebound.
HBS Bank Hawks v Southland Sharks,
Pettigrew Green Arena, July 8 at 7pm.
Quarterfinal against the sixth-placed
team at Pettigrew Green Arena on
Tuesday, July 12.
Tickets available now from Ticket Dir-
P W LWin% Pts
Manawatu Jets 14 6 8 43 12
Auckland Pirates 13 4 9 31
*clinched automatic semifinal spot
**clinched home quarterfinal
Napier City Rovers have drawn
lowly Palmerston North Marist at
home in the fourth round of the
Chatham Cup, to be played on July 2
Rovers will be confident of a win to
go through to the quarterfinals of the
the 84-year-old national knockout
trophy, with Marist currently
languishing beneath Rovers at the
foot of the Central League table.
Rovers went down 2-1 to third-
placed Wairarapa United in the
league on Sunday, while Maycenvale
upset Lower Hutt City 1-0.
Pacific Premiership results
(home team listed first):
Gisborne Thistle 4 defeated King-
fisher Bar Bohemians 1.
Cru Bar Maycenvale Premiers 4
drew Havelock New World
Ericksen Honda Port Hill United 3
defeated Lockwood Lytton 2.
Napier Marist Premiers 1 defeated
by Western Rangers 3.
Geon Taradale Prems 4 defeated
HBE Napier City 1.
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