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Magpies rack up record victory
Flanker Adam Bradey in
action in the Magpies'
record 39-10 win over
North Harbour in the ITM
Cup last Thursday night.
Hooker Hika Elliot was due to act
as stand-in skipper again for the
Magpies' ITM Cup championship
clash against Tasman at Napier's
McLean Park on Tuesday night,
with regular captain Mike Coman
still suffering from a minor back
Magpies team manager Neil
Webber said Coman was not too
far away'' from a return, and was
in contention to play against
premiership side Wellington this
Friday night at McLean Park.
In Coman's absence, Elliot had
a great captain's run in the
Magpies record 39-10 win over
North Harbour last Thursday.
The five tries to one romp was
all the more impressive given the
number of injuries Magpies
players sustained during the
Kahn Fotuali'i was forced to
move out from halfback early in
the game when first-five Daniel
Kirkpatrick left the field injured,
only for replacement halfback
Chris Eaton to also be forced from
the field in the 32nd minute after
taking a heavy tackle.
Fotuali'i returned to half back
with Andrew Horrell slotting in at
first-five and landing an impress-
ive four conversions and two pen-
alties with his accurate boot.
Webber said Kirkpatrick had
suffered leg bruising and would be
considered for the game against
Wellington, but Eaton's chest
injury meant he was unlikely to
play this week.
First-half tries to Tua Saseve
and Sona Tuamalolo gave the
Magpies a 17-3 lead over Harbour
at the break, and they went on
with it in the second half.
Sustained pressure led to wing
Tu Umaga Marshall taking the
ball from a ruck and strolling
through a huge gap in the defence
Elliott looked to have scored
just after the three-quarter mark
had been passed but television
evidence showed he had knocked
the ball on.
The five-metre scrum offered
little respite for North Harbour
and moments later after a maul
Fotuali'i moved the ball on the
blindside to wing Kaka for an easy
More vigorous forward play and
continuity work saw replacement
hooker Hikairo Forbes drive
through on the blindside to score
for Horrell to add the conversion.
It was minor reward but the
best North Harbour effort in the
resulted in a 78th min-
ute try for Mat Lua-
North Harbour 10
(Mat Luamanu try; Ben
Botica con; Willie Walker pen)
Hawke's Bay 39 (Tua Saseve,
Sona Tuamalolo, Tu Umaga
Marshall, Gillies Kaka, Hikairo
Forbes tries; Andrew Horrell 4
con, 2 pen). HT: 3-17.
Top sides in Maddison Trophy final
Crunch time: NOBM's Johnny Luano gets crunched with the ball in a tackle
by Pirate Aaden Clarke in the Maddison trophy semifinals on Saturday.
Photo: GRANT REABURN.
Pirates and Havelock North fit-
tingly will meet in the final of the
Maddison Trophy after winning
thier respective semifinals on
The two best sides during the
season triumphed in their hard-
fought home semis, with Pirates
outlasting NOBM 16-13 at
Tremain Field, and Havelock
North edging out MAC 11-8 at
The two sides will meet in this
Saturday's grand final at 3pm at
Tremains Field at Park Island in
In other finals to be played at
Park Island on the same day,
Hastings Rugby and Sports will
play off against Pirates for the
Jack Swain Cup in the reserve
grade grand final at 2pm,
and Onga-Tiko will play
NOBM for the Pat Ryan
Memorial Trophy in the
Colts decider at 1pm.
semifinals: Napier Pirate
Rugby and Sports 16 (J
McCarthy, D McCarthy
tries; A Clarke 2 pens ) def
Napier Old Boys Marist 13
(H Green try; L Rukuwai 2
pens, J Lauano con). HT: 6-3.
Havelock North 11 (C Ander-
son try; L Armstrong 2 pens)
def MAC 8 (J Liebenberg try;
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