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Netball League results from July 13:
NRG Bay Heart Stealers 45 def
Work Out Studio HN Kauri 39.
Plus Rehab Huia's 45 def Physique
Speights Ale House Otane Force 42
def Physique 28.
Cape Physio MAC Blue 42 def Ex
High Marist Blue 34.
Cruizers Unison Flora 55 def Rua-
hine Motors Central Sports 39.
HB Cook Islands 40 def Cape Physio
MAC White 39.
Magpies' bad start
Punished in Palmie: Turbos pivot Aaron Cruden is
tackled by Magpies flanker Karl Lowe in the Magpies
32-23 loss on Saturday.
The Hawke's Bay Magpies
would have been banking on
taking maximum points in their
season opener against the
Manawatu Turbos on Saturday,
but instead they turned in a
scrappy performance to lose
32-23 and get their ITM Cup
Championship campaign off to
the worst possible start.
Magpies co-coach Peter Rus-
sell had stressed how important
it was for the Magpies to hit the
ground running in this year's
condensed competition, but they
will now have to fight their way
off the bottom of the table as
they seek promotion to the
Premiership next year.
The Turbos led 11-9 after a
scrappy first half at FMG
Stadium in Palmerston North
but the match came to life in the
second spell as the lead changed
hands several times.
Manawatu halfback Aaron
Smith scored the game's first try
near half-time and in the second
spell Tomasi Cama, Casey Stone
and Hamish Gosling got over for
the Turbos, while Ryan McLeod
and Sinoti Sinoti bagged five-
pointers for the Magpies.
Despite having less of the
early territory and possession,
the Magpies came away with the
early points as Andrew Horrell
landed penalties in the 3rd and
Pivot Cruden eventually lev-
elled the scores for the Turbos
with penalties on 17 and 33
minutes, before Smith dived
over for the game's opening try.
Cruden could not add the
extras and Manawatu were just
into the break.
rolled over to
stole the ball
pass to Michael Coman to con-
tinue an attack that led to the
Magpies' second try.
Eventually the ball was
hacked ahead by Tu Umaga-
Marshall and when he could not
regather, McLeod pounced to
score and Horrell added the
Manawatu responded when
Cruden made another trade-
mark run at the line and got
around Bryn Evans before firing
the ball out to Tikoirotuma out
on the right flank. He looked to
have put a foot in touch before
firing the inside pass to Cama
but it was not picked up by the
officials and the try was
awarded. Cruden added the
The Magpies again battled
back to regain the lead when
McLeod turned provider for his
winger Sinoti. Horrell's conver-
sion put the visitors 23-18 ahead
with 20 minutes to go.
An excellent driving maul by
the Turbos forwards earned the
home side a five metre scrum.
A series of pick-and-goes were
kept at bay by the Magpies but
when the ball was spun wide
replacement Stone was put
clean through. Cruden's conver-
sion gave Manawatu a two-point
lead which they doggedly hung
on to until Gosling's bonus-point
try a couple of minutes from full-
time put the game beyond
Maddison trophy results
Men's premier rugby Maddison Trophy results:
Havelock North 38 (S Lamborn, J Armstrong, G Kaka, R Vallance tries; I
West 2, L Ottley cons; West 4 pens) def MAC 9 (J Liebenberg 3 pens). HT:
Napier Technical 27 (B Tareha, T Cottrell, M Malasia, D Deeley tries;
Cottrell 2 cons, pen) def Hastings Rugby and Sports 24 (P Petia, J Crisp, P
Faletoialo, J Rosenberg tries; L Makris 2 cons).
Napier Pirate Rugby and Sports 36 (M Donovan 2, N Mogford, M Hill tries;
L Hall, A Clarke cons; Clarke 4 pens) def Tamatea 19 (E Harris, T Maeli, K
Saanga tries; O Harris 2 cons). HT: 7-all.
Napier Old Boys Marist 66 (M Lauano 2, R O'Leary, P Fatialofa, M
Johnson, M Collier, R Gillespie, T Marsh, M Wyatt tries; L Rukuwai 6 cons,
3 pens), def Taradale 5 (A Wilson try). HT: 26-nil.
Clive 37 (B Ropiha 2, H Ah Kiong, S Hawea, J Tango tries; Ropiha 3 cons,
2 pens) def Central 5 (R Tennent try). HT: 20-0.
Maddison Trophy Standings:
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