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HASTINGS MAIL, FEBRUARY 27, 2013
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Based at the Hastings racecourse
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"We have hectares of land available to
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a custom-made 1700m running
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changing the workouts," he says.
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Semifinal clash with
Thumping: Hawke's Bay's Harley
Rodeka (in blue) competes for the
ball against Wellington's Adam
McGeorge in the heavy 4-2 defeat
in Wellington on Sunday.
Hawke's Bay United have the
inenviable task of taking on
minor premiers Waitakere in
their first ASB Football
Premiership semifinal, after
ending the regular season with a
4-2 away loss to Team Welling-
ton on Saturday.
While Team Wellington fin-
ished off their season in style at
home, the loss confirmed
Hawke's Bay would finish in
fourth place to set up the two-
legged semifinal showdown
against Waitakere, beginning in
Napier this weekend.
Team Wellington strolled to a
3-0 lead, but Hawke's Bay kept
their heads high and pulled the
game back to 3-2 on the stroke of
An early second-half goal was
enough for Wellington to pick up
the three points.
Luis Corrales broke the dead-
lock after 16 minutes when
Hawke's Bay keeper Richard
Gillespie fumbled a corner, and
Wellington's Costa Rican was
quickest to react, tapping it in.
Corrales was forced off with
injury 10 minutes later, but rep-
laced by Hamish Watson, the
side's leading scorer.
The striker had an immediate
impact when Dominic Rowe con-
trolled a free kick at the back
post and managed to knock it
back across to an open Watson
who finished strongly. Hawke's
Bay may have still been reeling
from the second goal when they
conceded a third after some
sloppy play at the back.
Aaron Jones was dispossessed
by Adam McGeorge, who carried
the ball into the box and fin-
ished the one-on-one chance.
The visitors kept their heads
high and former Wellington
player Dakota Lucas put
through Stephen Hoyle in the
box to pull a goal back.
Lucas then managed to nab a
goal himself in first-half stop-
page time when Wellington's
debut goalkeeper Daniel Clarke
couldn't deal with a free kick,
but there was debate he was
fouled in the process.
Wellington restored a two-
goal advantage at the beginning
of the second half when Watson
showed some dazzling footwork
in the box before coolly finishing
Hawke's Bay meets Waita-
kere in the first semifinal leg at
Napier's Bluewater Stadium
this Sunday, March 3, at 2pm.
Waitakere hosts the return leg
the following weekend, before
the grand final scheduled for
four-day title win
Central Districts became the Plun-
ket Shield cricket champions when
their only challengers faltered on on
Saturday, handing the Stags their
first four-day title since 2006. What
promised to be a dramatic last day
ended limply, with Otago sur-
prisingly beaten by Wellington.
Eventually dismissing the Firebi-
rds for 322 and needing just 200 to
keep all the pressure on the Stags,
Otago were dismissed for just 145.
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