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NAPIER MAIL, JUNE 1, 2011
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Congratulations: JANET GICHARD
winner of a $30 HARVEY NORMAN voucher
(to assist with the cost of photo development or the purchase of camera accessories)
Player: LILY GICHARD Team: 7th GRADE NOBM DOONEY DECORATING
Photograph: courtesy Napier Tech Sportsground website
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Central League 2011
Saturday 4th June
Bluewater Stadium Park Island
Admission $5 (adults)
Children under 14 free
Chatham Cup 2011
Monday 6th June
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Men's premier rugby
Havelock North 43
(1BP) beat Tamatea 22.
Clive 18 beaten by
NTOB 10 beaten by
NOBM 39 (1BP) beat
Taradale 19 beat
Premier netball results
Hastings Pak 'n Save Premier
Netball League results from May 25:
1st division: Speights Ale House
Otane Force 66 beat Work Out Stu-
dio HN Kauri 35.
Physique 64 beat Cape Physio
MAC Blue 34.
Plus Rehab Huia's 53 beat NRG
Bay Heart Stealers 41.
2nd division: Physique Phoenix
55 beat Cape Physio MAC White 41.
Ex High Marist Blue 60 beat
Cruizers unison Flora 37.
Ruahine Motors Central Sports 50
beat HB Cook Islands 44.
Pacific Premiership results:
Napier Marist Premiers 2 Gis-
borne Thistle 5; Kingfisher Bar
Bohemians 1 Ericksen Honda Port
Hill United 4. Havelock New World
Wanderers 1 Lockwood Lytton 2 ;
Western Rangers 0 HBE Napier City
2 ; Geon Taradale Prems 3 Cru Bar
Maycenvale Premiers 1.
Central Football results:
PN Marist 0, Napier City Rovers 1
(Matt Hastings); Maycenvale United
1 (Nick Lucas) drew with Wairarapa
United 1 (Nathan Cooksley).
WairarapaUtd 9 5 1 3 19 13 16
LowerHuttCity 9 3 3 3 10 10 12
Jets hit Hawks
Hang time: Paora Winitana flies high against
the Jets on Friday night. Photo: PAUL WILSON
The HBS Bank Hawks were
brought back to earth by the
Manawatu Jets on Friday night,
succumbing 84-74 at home in
the local derby to end their
eight-game winning streak to
start the national basketball
The 10-point win was the sec-
ond straight at Pettigrew Green
Arena for the Jets, and the first
taste of defeat for rookie Hawks
coach Paul Henare.
Heading into the game, the
Hawks were the only unde-
feated team left in the league
but they struggled to find any
offensive rhythm, shooting only
38 per cent from the floor com-
pared to the Jets' 50.
In what was a tight contest
for the majority of the game, the
Jets were trailing 65-57 in the
third quarter before they piled
on 13 unanswered points to
lead by five with four minutes
A three-pointer from the
Hawks' Chris Daniel with three
minutes left cut the deficit to one,
but the Jets replied with a 9-0 run to
put to bed any hopes of a Hawks
The Jets' Darryl Hudson scored a
game-high 23 points, while Paora
Winitana was the leading scorer for
the home side with 18. Normally
free-scoring Hawks import Josh Pace
was held to just 11 points.
The Hawks now face a tough
double header on the road this week-
end, taking on new league leaders
the Wellington Saints on Friday
night, before facing the Nelson
Giants on Saturday.
The Hawks then return home to
take on the Otago Nuggets at PGA
on Monday night, June 6.
Final scores: HBS Bank Hawks 74
(Paora Winitana 18, Josh Pace 11,
Chris Daniel 10); McDonalds Mana-
watu Jets 84 (Darryl Hudson 23,
Nick Horvath 16, Jeremiah Trueman
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