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PICTURE: Lisa Rangi
Marist Saints under-10 player Alex Fraser crouches down to tackle Brunner
Bulls Niko Barnett, at Jellyman Park on Saturday.
The Marist under-10 rugby league
team played their best game of the
season against the Brunner Bulls, on
Donovan Van Dyk and Bradley Coll
both scored good tries. Caleb Holdem
and McKenzie Clarke surged through
Brunner’s defence, while Tom Anderson
and Zac Cropp ran hard on attack.
Brunner’s Niko and Theo Barnett
created havoc, running hard. Reece
Duggan was hot on defence, along with
Hamish Rooney and Tylah Bishop. Riley
Foster was ever on the ball, scoring tries
and defending well. A good game with
good sportsmanship from both teams.
The Suburbs Eagles impressed against
Waro-rakau, with Nathan Johnson’s
impressive runs and Clem Swinburn’s
strong defence and a try earning player
of the day awards.
Zac Pattinson demonstrated some
quick footwork and ran well, Lincon
Sullivan tackled tirelessly and the West
Coast man of the match was Sam
Marist, playing the Brunner Bulls,
put up a good show of defence from
Franklin Barry, Callum Brown and Alex
Clark. Kristian Hallberg, Blake Cleland,
Oliver Monks and William England ran
hard and fast.
Patrick Raymond led the Brunner team
well. Simeon Braxton and Sam Kilkelly
had some great runs, and Declyn King
and Vin Parker tackled strongly.
Suburbs produced another strong
Captain Jake Coghlan had his best
game to date, while James Rhodes ran
hard all day to receive the main player of
the day award. Antonio Rutherford was
strong on defence, making tackle after
tackle and scoring several tries. Kohen
Thompson ran fast and strong, never
Waro-rakau captain Troy Fayen tried
hard and made a couple of good runs,
as did the youngster of the team Jackson
McGrar, who was rewarded with the
skills award. Q uaid McLean, Keil
Guthrie and Quinn Berry toiled hard, as
did Mack Fahey, and Cooper McLean
had another good all-round game.
Mckenna Elwood led Brunner well
against Marist, while Liam King and
Shilah Carter made some strong runs.
Denan and Quaide Carter and Kyra
Kilkelly were strong on defence in a
game that was notable for teamwork and
sportsmanship from both teams.
West Coast junior rugby league results
and players of the day from last week
Under-6: Suburbs ( James Rhodes),
Hokitika (Tyler Ballantyne), Runanga
( Jordyn Austin), Brunner (Shilah
Carter), Marist (Seth Hill). Under-8:
Marist (Harrison Olsen), Brunner
(Dedyn Lang), Suburbs Hawks (Harry
Pugh), Cobden-Kohinoor Cougars
(Antanio Verhanan), Suburbs Eagles
(Sam Levien), Waro-rakau (Liam
Donaldson). Under-10: Suburbs (Lochie
Rose), Waro-rakau ( Josh Meldau),
Brunner (Reece Duggan), Marist ( Jayde
Foster). Under-12: Suburbs 14 (Zach
Outtram), Marist 26 (Cory Kurth-
Brown). Under-14: Marist 52 (George
Rubbo), Suburbs 20 (William Clove).
Under-16: Suburbs 46 (Terau Keropu),
Brunner 20 (Matt McKenzie).
The draw is—
11am under-6: Cobden-Kohinoor v
Hokitika, Wadeson Island (Hokitika
ref ); Brunner v Waro-rakau J1 (Waro
ref ); Marist v Runanga, O’Brien Park
(Runanga ref ); Suburbs, bye.
11.45am under-8: Cobden-Kohinoor
Keas v Cobden-Kohinoor Cougars,
Cobden ( J1 ref ); Brunner v Waro-rakau,
Brunner ( J1 ref ); Marist v Suburbs
Hawks, (Suburbs J2 ref ); Suburbs
Eagles the bye.
12.30pm under-10: Cobden-Kohinoor
Keas v Hokitika, Wadeson Island,
(Hokitika ref ); Brunner v Waro-rakau
J1 (Waro-rakau ref ), Marist v Cobden
Kohinoor Cougars J2 (Marist ref );
Suburbs the bye.
1.15pm under-12: Cobden-Kohinoor
v Suburbs J1 (Cobden ref ); Marist v
Brunner J2, (Brunner ref ); Waro-rakau
2.15pm under-14: Cobden-Kohinoor
v Suburbs J1 (ref to be announced);
Brunner v Marist J2 (ref to be
announced); Hokitika the bye.
3.15pm under-16: Cobden-Kohinoor
v Brunner J1 (ref to be announced);
Hokitika v Suburbs, Wadeson Island (A
3.15pm under-16 girls: Cobden-
Kohinoor v Marist (ref to be announced).
Duty team: Waro-rakau.
Kells Hotel eased to a big win against
RSA 19-5 in the West Coast Darts
Association division one competition.
The Australasian edged a closely fought
contest against Revingtons 19-15.
In division two, Railway comfortably
beat Revingtons 12-3, while Ngahere
edged a tight contest against Stillwater
8-7. Marty Wilson and Justin Thomas
led the high breaks with 160 each, while
Tom Neller, Malcolm Bruhn, Dermot
Costello and Cheyne Marshall all scored
Results. — Division 1: Kells Hotel 19,
RSA 5; Revingtons 15, Australasian
Hotel 19; GWMC Raiders, bye.
Division 2: Kells Blue 9, Nelson Creek
6; Kells White 9, Brunner WMC 6;
Ngahere 8, Stillwater 7; Railway 12,
High breaks. —
Marty Wilson 160,
Justin Thomas (3), Stu Perry, Allan
Goodsir 120; Les Hoskins, Mark
Anderson 120; Sandy Walker, Tash
Archbold 114; Tash Archbold 112;
Jeremy Barrett 108; Brian Melrose 105;
Brett Tones 101; Greg Hawkins, Les
Hoskins, Allan Tempo 100.
High scores. — Tom Neller, Malcolm
Bruhn, Dermot Costello, Cheyne
Marshall, 180; Bevan Climo, Barry
Sweetman, Warren Barlow, 171;
Jeremy Barrett (4), Marty Wilson (3),
Craig Mahuika (3) 140; Trevor Pascoe
(2), Tom Neller, Brett Ingram, Brian
Melrose, 140; Cheyne Marshall, Keith
Amyes, Keith McAdam, Justin Thomas,
140; Steve Thompson, Gavin Fisher,
Barry Campbell, Mike Scott, 140.
High finishes. —
Sheryl Barrett, 110;
Jeremy Barrett, 108.
The draw for Saturday is. —
Division 1: Greymouth WMC Raiders
v Australasian, RSA v Revingtons, Kells
Division 2: Brunner WMC v Ngahere,
Kells White v Revingtons, Railway v
Nelson Creek, Stillwater v Kells Blue.
Bella Vista had a big victory over Grey
Valley, winning 14-1 in their Westland
Darts Association match this week.
Bryan Williamson, Keith Amyes,
Stu Candlish and Mike Scott scored
Hokitika just edged a close contest
against Grey White, 8-7.
Bella Vista 14, Grey White 1.—
Keith Amyes beat Blair Norton, Bryan
Williamson beat Karen Barrington,
Stu Candlish beat Wayne Syme, Sue
Hodson beat Abigail Jacobs, Mike Scott
lost to Donald Roberts, Sharlene Hinz
lost to Barbara Roberts. High scores:
Bryan Williamson, Keith Amyes, Stu
Candlish, Mike Scott 140s.
Hokitika 8, Grey White 7.—
Rasmussen beat Tony Ridge, Bevan
Climo beat Jeremy Barrett, Les
Hoskings beat Stu Perry, Dylan Thomas
lost to Peter Negri, Shelley Mills lost to
George Holly, Mitchyl Kirby beat Dave
Williams. High scores: Mitchyl Kirby,
Les Hoskings (2), Dylan Thomas, Bevan
Climo, Stu Perry, Jeremy Barrett, Peter
Negri 140s, Dylan Thomas 114.
The draw for Monday is.— Grey Club
White, bye; Bella Vista v Hokitika; The
Leftovers v Grey Valley.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden
has made three changes to his pack for
Saturday ’s round 15 NRL clash against
the Brisbane Broncos at Mt Smart
With Ben Matulino sidelined after
minor knee surgery, captain Simon
Mannering will fill the void in the second-
row, while Sebastine Ikahihifo will slot in
at loose for ward in his 10th consecutive
appearance this season. The third change
sees prop Sam Rapira reclaim a front-row
spot while Suaia Matagi moves to the
Utility Ben Henry and prop Charles
Gubb have also been recalled to the
bench, alongside Matagi and Feleti
Mateo, meaning hooker Siliva Havili will
again line up for the NSW Cup side.
“It’s disappointing losing Ben Matulino
but a real positive having Ben Henry back
at the same time. His versatility gives us
options on the bench,” McFadden said.
“There’s also encouraging news about
Ben Matulino. His surgery on his (right)
knee went well last week and we’re now
expecting him back against Parramatta.
With another bye to come it means he
would miss only two games all up.”
Henry has missed the last two games
against Newcastle and South Sydney with
a knee complaint while Gubb is set to
play his third match this season after last
appearing in the round seven encounter
with St George Illawarra in April.
The 23-year-old turned out for the club’s
NSW Cup side in last Saturday ’s 16-12
win against Cronulla in Gisborne while
the previous week he travelled to Perth
with the NRL squad but did not play.
Saturday ’s match is the first of three
consecutive home games for the Warriors,
with the club’s second bye separating their
round 16 clash against Penrith ( June 29)
and their round 18 appointment with
Parramatta ( July 12).
The Broncos are fifth on the NRL
ladder on 18 points, while the Warriors
are in 11th spot on 14 points, just two
points off a top eight berth. In their last
four outings the Broncos have beaten
Gold Coast (home), Wests Tigers (away),
Manly (home) and Canberra (away);
while both they and the Warriors enjoyed
a bye round last weekend.
The Warriors did the home and away
double against Brisbane last year, winning
56-18 at Suncorp Stadium and then
18-16 four weeks later in Auckland.
Warriors: Sam Tomkins, David Fusitu’a,
Konrad Hurrell, Ngani Laumape, Manu
Vatuvei, Chad Townsend, Shaun Johnson,
Jacob Lillyman, Nathan Friend, Sam
Rapira, Jayson Bukuya, Simon Mannering
(c), Sebastine Ikahihifo. Interchange:
Feleti Mateo, Suaia Matagi, Charles
Gubb, Ben Henry. — APNZ
The three-peat was not to
be. Now, with LeBron James,
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh
all possibly soon to be free
agents, the future of the Miami
Heat is up in the air.
“For all three of us, the last
thing we are thinking about
right now is what ’s going on
this summer,” James said after
the Heat ’s loss to the San
Antonio Spurs in game five of
the NBA finals on Monday.
The All-Star trio lost steam
in their fourth consecutive trip
to the NBA’s championship
round, a run that included back-
to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.
They eventually succumbed to
the Spurs — a decisive four-to-
one victory for San Antonio in
the best-of-seven series.
“It hasn’t been much of a series,
not even close. They played like
they wanted it more,” Bosh said.
The superstar trio — who
came together in Miami in
the 2010 off-season
They can test the free agent
market or they can delay free
agency for another year. They
can also re-sign with the Heat.
Asked after game five how
many more years the Big Three
would be together, the 30-year-
old Bosh said, “we got plenty
of time, hopefully. We are all
young men and hopefully we
are all healthy.”
In the finals, Wade — the
oldest of the three at 32 —
looked like a shadow of the
player who dominated the 2006
finals. He has said he wants to
come back, and Bosh has said
he was likely to do the same.
The wild card is the 29-year-
old James, who says he will get
together with his family and his
agent before meeting with Heat
management to decide his next
move. James’s time in Miami
has been built on earning
championship rings. — AP
Bella Vista post big win
Kells outplay RSA
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