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e Suburbs rugby league team
repelled a strong challenge from
the Brunner Bulls, at Karoro on
Despite an early deluge, the
newly laid ground remained
rm for both the under-18 and
e bulls roared into the head
wind and the game with a will,
and despite giving away two early
rst-half tries, were the better
team for the rst 30 minutes.
However, fatigue set in and a
urry of late tries carried the
score to 72-8.
"Brunner de nitely came
out ring, and were the better
team in the rst 30," Suburbs
coach Brad Tacon said. "We
put pressure on ourselves by not
completing sets, but once we had
a bit more respect for the football
we were able to get some points."
In the second half the bulls'
defence began to leak like a sieve,
allowing Suburbs to score points
on almost every completed set.
" e boys put some e ort in,
but one-on-one tackles let us
down and they couldn't get back
into the game for 20 minutes,"
coach Peter Sinnott said. "When
we moved up in a line we held
our own, but when we were split
we fell o tackles far too often."
e bulls never totally
quit, scoring two late tries as
consolation for a hard day's
football. Veteran, Brad Ah Sam,
scored one as just reward for a
big e ort, as did Gabe Waipouri,
who also never gave up.
Suburbs' Jordan Forsyth
impressed with his support play,
running o his ball players and
reaping the reward in a similar
fashion to Billy Slater, and will
get plenty more if he continues
this style of play. Ben Campbell
ran straight and hard all day, and
will prove a handful this season if
he continues in this form.
Suburbs 72 (R Stanton 3, J
Forsyth 2, H Davidson 2, T
Jolly 2, K Curtis 1, J Coleman, R
Coleman, B Campbell, T Eason
tries; Forsyth, Davidson, Curtis
and M Sweeny cons) Brunner 8
(B Ah Sam, G Waipouri tries).
Runanga and Cobden-
Kohinoor battled in the
traditional Sunday game in a
tougher encounter than the 44-
12 score re ects.
After a disappointing e ort the
previous week, Cobden coach
Barry Furness was looking for
e ort rst and results second.
" e boys had to show some
heart after last week," Furness
said. " ey took it to Runanga,
and while the score wasn't on our
side they showed a heap of heart
With Royce Green again on
re with two tries and Liam
Richardson continuing his
improvement with a further two,
the seagulls were too tough to
For Cobden, 17-year-old
debutant Will Coghlan played
well. Tom Dwyer tackled his
heart out on defence, and Nick
Bower showed his versatility by
stepping in at wing, hooker and
lock, running hard all day.
Runanga 44 (Logan Winter,
Cole Watson, Liam Richardson
2, Royce Green 2, Navitaili
Vosanibole, tries N Williamson 6
goals); Cobden 12 ( Tom Dwyer
2 tries, Jayden Menzies 2 goals).
PICTURE: Paul McBride
Brunner for ward Josh Peel manages to clear the ball as Suburbs defenders Regan Stanton and
Brogan Watt close in during the premier rugby league match, played at the Suburbs ground on Friday
afternoon. e maroons proved too strong for the blues, taking the match 72-12.
Suburbs wear down
strong Bulls effort
When Joseph Parker knocked
Marcelo Luiz Nascimento to
the canvas in the opening round
of their ght in Germany with
a damaging right hook, Parker's
trainer Kevin Barry wanted the
Brazilian to get up.
e 1.96m journeyman
eventually got to his feet to just
beat the 10-count at the Konig
Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen
yesterday and managed to
He fought his way through
to the seventh round before
Parker's power became too much
and the young New Zealander
recorded a TKO victory.
is ght, on the undercard
of Wladimir Klitschko's successful world
heavyweight title defence against Australian
Alex Leapai, was about education.
Parker had not been in the ring for six
months, since he dismantled Afa Tatupu in
October, and yesterday's bout marked the
rst time Parker had the opportunity to
showcase his immense talent on such a big
ere was a worldwide television audience
and plenty of movers and shakers in
attendance, which all added up to a big
night out for Parker.
ere were certainly some jitters as the
occasion got to him slightly, but ultimately
he moved to 8-0 with seven knockouts for
his professional career.
"I thought it was a ght where Joseph
learned more than he has in his previous
seven ghts," Barry said.
"When he landed that right in the rst
round, if he had ended the ght then, I
think we'd have learned nothing."
Nascimento enjoyed a purple patch in the
sixth frame when he landed a booming right
hand to Parker's ear and also opened up a
small cut above the 22-year-old's left eye.
Parker su ered a suspected perforated
ear drum from the blow and was due to be
checked out thoroughly by a doctor.
Parker was cut severely in his last bout
when he clashed heads with Tatupu but that
gash was in a di erent spot to the nick he
su ered yesterday.
" e German doctor came in and put one
stitch in the cut," Barry said. "It's very small.
It won't interrupt our planning for July.
I really don't believe it's going to
be a problem moving forward."
Barry's reference to July is when
Parker will ght next with a bout
scheduled for Auckland against an
opponent who will be con rmed
Parker's victory over Nascimento
earned him the interim WBA
PABA heavyweight title and
likely moved him to No 15 in the
Barry said Parker's next
opponent would be a challenge
for him and there were ongoing
discussions with promoters Duco
around managing everyone's
"Joseph is in the very early,
apprenticeship stages of his
professional career," Barry said.
"Our promoters are far more
aggressive with wanting Joseph moved up
the rankings; faster than myself. But the
opponent we are talking about for July is
someone who I think is going to be a nice
test for Joseph."
Barry and his team set high standards for
Parker and the heavyweight prospect knows
he missed the mark in certain areas against
Nascimento as he looked too keen to re a
knockout blow early on.
"People say it was a good knockout but I've
few things," Parker said.
"But it was a great experience ghting on
a big card."
ere's a good chance Parker will see
himself on a big card again in the future.
A "perfect" Wladimir Klitschko
says he would be happy to ght in
Australia and his trainer believes
it is time for the quadruple world
heavyweight boxing champion to
take his show around the globe.
Klitschko (62-3) was far too
good for 34-year-old Queens-
lander Alex Leapai (30-5-3) in
Oberhausen, Germany, scoring
three knockdows in a one-sided
defence of his four world titles
which he ended with a fth
round knockout. "It was a perfect
performance," Klitschko's trainer
Jonathon Banks said. Unbeaten
over 20 ghts in the last decade,
the giant Ukranain has had
around three quarters of his ghts
in Germany, but is not averse to
However, with Leapai defeated,
champion Lucas "Big Daddy"
Browne would seem to be the only
credible Australian opponent. At
193cm tall, the ex-cage ghter
would at least be closer in height
and reach.Banks said 38-year-
old Klitschko had spoken about
ghting in more countries.
"Let's go to New Zealand, let's
go to Australia, let's go to South
Africa, let's go everywhere," Banks
said. "It's the world titles. is is
the world championship. Let's
travel the world for the next year
and a half or two years. I want
to see everybody in the world to
recognise this talented man."
e issue for Klitschko is not so
much where he ghts, but whether
there is anyone out there capable
of really challenging him.
e fact that 42-year-old former
world champion Shannon Briggs
was pushing his case over the past
week underlines the paucity of
talent in the division.
" e biggest challenge is myself
to be honest," Klitschko said.
"Because it takes a lot of strength
to stay focused and not get cocky
and get big headed because you are
a champion for many years."
Klitschko's elder brother Vitali,
who relinquished the WBC title
to pursue a political career, is
convinced his younger sibling
with experience, with athletic
preparation, nobody can compare
to Wladimir." --- AAP
Parker KO's Nascimento
PICTURE: Getty Images
New Zealand boxer Joseph Parker, left, knocks Marcelo
Nascimento to the canvas in the opening round.
Klitschko mulls taking
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