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United in good heart for match
(left) slides in
Hawke's Bay United warmed up for
tonight's much-anticipated clash against
the Wellington Phoenix A side with a 5-1
demolition of Youngheart Manawatu in
the ASB Football Premiership in Palmer-
ston North on Sunday.
Hawke's Bay scored all five goals
before halftime but Manawatu picked up
a consolation goal in the 74th minute.
The result meant the Bay opened a
four-point gap over fourth-placed Canter-
bury United on the table while also keep-
ing the pressure on Auckland City and
Waitakere United above them.
For Manawatu, though, the loss kept
them rock-bottom of the ASB Premier-
ship after eight straight defeats.
It was a game that was over as a con-
test within the first quarter as goals from
Dakota Lucas, Jarrod Smith, Sean Love-
more and a 20-yard top-corner stunner
from Cole Peverley put the result beyond
There was time for Lovemore to add a
second, his ninth goal of the season,
before halftime and leave Hawke's Bay
with a commanding 5-0 lead at the break.
With only eight attempts on goal in the
first half, Hawke's Bay found the net five
times with the full gamut of goals from
perfectly-placed side-footed efforts to
headers, to Peverley's unstoppable drive.
For coach Chris Greatholder, it was
reward for a key point of focus in train-
Against Waikato last week we had 24
shots and only scored four goals,'' said
So, one of the things we've been bang-
ing on during the week is the quality of
It was great to see the ball hitting the
back of the net as often as it did and with
the quality it did, as well.''
Manawatu had looked dangerous in
their mid-week 3-1 Phoenix Challenge
win, but against a backline mar-
shalled by the dominant figure
of Bill Robertson they were
reduced to long-range efforts in
the first stanza.
Manawatu pushed more
players forward in the second
half, finally getting a reward in
the 74th minute. Khair Jones,
barely on the field a minute,
made it to the bye-line on the
left and then cut across goal
before pulling it back to Seule
Soromon to coolly slot home.
About 1000 Hawke's Bay fans are
expected to turn up to Park Island
tonight to watch the home side take on
the Wellington Phoenix A side at 6pm.
Hawke's Bay then has a critical match,
hosting Auckland City at Bluewater
Stadium in Napier this Sunday at 2pm.
Off to the open: Hawke's Bay's number one-
ranked women's golfer Kate Chadwick
successfully defended her title in the Maraenui
Golf Club's Women's Open Tournament at the
Chadwick, from Napier Golf Club, defeated the
host club's Kathy Olsen 6 and 5 in the final of
the 54-hole tournament. It was announced at
the prizegiving that Chadwick had been invited
to play in the New Zealand Women's Golf Open
from February 8 till 10 at the Clearwater Golf
Club in Christchurch.
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