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Magpies' season back on track
Try time: Magpies first-five Daniel Kirkpatrick on his way to bagging his five-pointer against Otago during their ITM
Cup clash at Napier's McLean Park.Photo: Paul Wilson.
The Hawke's Bay Magpies have
revived their ITM Cup campaign
with back-to-back wins against
Southland and Otago at Napier's
McLean Park to lie in fourth place
in the championship.
The Magpies forwards were
instrumental in the second half of
the 27-13 win over Otago in grey,
windy conditions on Sunday, the
perfect follow-up to Tuesday
night's tough 29-17 win in the
mist over new Ranfurly Shield
Hika Elliot, Anthony Perenise,
Sona Taumalolo and Karl Lowe
were at the heart of the commend-
able forward effort while Kahn
Fotuali'i directed play well and
Andrew Horrell kicked five from
six attempts as the Magpies out-
scored Otago three tries to one.
Hawke's Bay was reinforced by
Samoan internationals Fotuali'i,
Kane Thompson, Perenise and
one-test All Black Bryn Evans in
the starting lineup, while Tony
Brown and Kees Meeuws were on
the bench for Otago.
The Magpies scored the first try
four minutes before halftime
when, from a 5-metre scrum, the
forwards drove and prop Sona
Taumalolo heaved over from the
ensuing ruck to lead 13-6 at the
The Magpies also scored first in
the second stanza after eight
minutes, when Hayden Parker
missed touch from a penalty and
the Magpies launched a sustained
attack which ended with Daniel
Kirkpatrick scoring by the posts.
Andrew Horrell converted to give
the Magpies a comfortable 20-6
lead. Otago scored its first try
after 16 minutes when replace-
ment flanker T J Ioane swooped
on a dropped pass, burst away and
his pass gave wing Joe Hill a clear
20-metre run to the line.
But the Magpies regained their
14-point buffer on the hour when,
after sustained driving by the
forwards, Horrell was stopped just
short but Fotuali'i gathered and
scored under the posts.
The Magpies travel to take on
Northland this Thursday night,
before they return to McLean
Park to host Tasman on August 2.
Hawke's Bay 27 (Sona Tauma-
lolo, Dan Kirkpatrick, Kahn Fotu-
ali'i tries; Andrew Horrell 3 con, 2
pen) Otago 13 (Joe Hill try; Glenn
Dickson 1 con, 2 pen). HT 13-6.
Maddison Cup semifinalists
sorted after weekend play
Pirates will host NOBM and
Havelock North will meet MAC
in the semifinals of the
Maddison Trophy this
Saturday, after the results
from the final round robin
Pirates finished ahead of
Havelock North based on head-
to-head results, and play
NOBM at Tremain Field No 2
Havelock and MAC will kick-
off at the same time at Ander-
Maddison Trophy results and
points scorers for July 23:
Napier Pirates Rugby and
Sports 19 (D Neilson try; Neilson
4 pens, con) defeated Havelock
North 17 (M Gordon, I West tries;
West 2 cons, pen). HT: 12-10.
Central 10 (J Neville try; L
Stewart pen, con) defeated
Napier Technical 8 (D Bunce try;
T Cottrell dropped goal). HT: 7-3.
Napier Old Boys' Marist 26 (J
Aoake, M Wyatt, J Lauano tries; L
Rukuwai 3 pens, con) defeated
Hastings Rugby and Sports 17 (B
Tameifuna 2, D Funston tries; L
Makris con) HT: 13-5.
Clive 28 (J Tango 2, R
Karauria, K Smith tries; B Ropiha
4 cons) defeated MAC 19 (L
Tihema, M Matamata, penalty try
tries; J Liebenberg, M Fa'afua
cons). HT: MAC 12-7.
Tamatea 40 (E Harris 2, O
Harris 2, D Digby, P Paselio tries;
O Harris 2 cons, 2 pens)
defeated Taradale 24 (A Wilson,
K Lawson, A Gardner tries; Wil-
son 3 cons, pen). HT: 25-12.
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League semifinals draw, to be played on
August 3. All games at Pettigrew Green
Court 1: 6.15pm Cruizers Unison Flora v
HB Cook Islands (Game E).
8pm: NRG Bay Heart Stealers v Havelock
North Kauri (Game C).
Court 2: 6.15pm: Speights Ale House
Otane v Physique (Game A ) 8pm: Plus
Rehab Huias vs Physique Phoenix (Game
B).Court 3: 6.15pm: Cape Physio MAC White
v Ruahine Motors Central Sports (Game F)
8pm: Cape Physio MAC Blue v Ex High
Marist Blue (Game D).
The winner of game A goes through to the
Division 1 final, while the winner of Game
D goes through to Division 2 finals. Both
games will be played on August 17.
The second chance semifinals will be
played on August 10.
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