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Lorne Howell playing his first game in Hawke's
Bay for more than a decade provided the highlight
in Hawke's Bay Premier Cricket at the weekend.
The former Napier Boys' High School student
and Black Cap scored 100 as Napier Old Boys
Marist beat Central and retained their lead in the
Napier Old Boys scored 255-6 with skipper Todd
Astil continuing his fine form with 61. In reply,
Central were bowled out for 159 with Henry
Peters taking four wickets.
In Napier, second placed Tech were too strong
for an under-strength Taradale side.
Tech totalled 269 with half centuries going to
Morten Freer 50, Liam Rukuwai 56 and Josh
Taradale were dismissed for 139 with Jurgen
Anderson and Craig Herrick taking three wickets
In the third fixture, Havelock North secured a
winning draw over arch rivals Cornwall to keep
themselves in the championship race.
Fanzone: Gillies Kaka thrills Havelock North
Intermediate School pupil Jahla Adams, 12, during a
Magpies' visit to the school.
Clusters of excited 11 and 12-year-olds sur-
rounded three visiting Magpies' rugby players at
Havelock North Intermediate School last week,
eager to get their hands on donated rugby balls
and have their shirts signed.
Gillies Kaka, Trent Boswell-Wakefield, and
Tivani Fomai, accompanied by new coach Danny
Lee, dished out about 20 Anchor Mega Milk rugby
balls on Tuesday. The full school assembled in the
hall for a swift question and answer session before
the players headed out into the school grounds to
mingle with the students.
The girls were as excited as the boys, with
12-year-old Jahla Adams quick to produce a felt
pen to be first to have Kaka's signature
embellished on her yellow school shirt.
Go the Waa: Ryan
Todd batting for
Napier Tech in a
3rd grade match
against Marewa at
Nelson Park on
keeper is Pete
Just enough air -- this time
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