Norths club day

Kapi-Mana News - - SPORT -

North­ern United’s Swin­dale Shield sea­son is stut­ter­ing af­ter they fell 29-26 to Welling­ton at Porirua Park on Satur­day.

The game was over by half­time, as the vis­i­tors’ for­wards stamped their author­ity and raced out to a 29-0 lead. Norths roared back, with tries to Dean Bruns­don, Api Naika­tini (2) and Siaosi Ana­mani.

But it wasn’t enough and with just one win from five games the Porirua side is nes­tled in the bot­tom half of the ta­ble.

Porirua Park was awash with rugby on Satur­day as Norths hosted its club fun day. Fans of all ages rugged up in the chilly weather to watch all grades, from pre­mier grade to the un­der-12s.

Un­beaten Tawa stayed top of the ta­ble with a hard-fought 35-29 win over Old Boys- Uni­ver­sity at Lyn­d­hurst Park. Fif­teen points from James So’oialo, in­clud­ing a try, kept them in front. Pare­mata Plim­mer­ton are sec­ond from bot­tom af­ter their 36-21 loss to Poneke.

In Cen­tral League foot­ball ac­tion, Tawa were ac­counted for 7- 1 by Napier City Rovers on Sun­day and West­ern Sub­urbs ce­mented sec­ond in the lad­der with a thrilling 5-3 win over Wairarapa United at En­deav­our Park on Satur­day.

De­clan Edge’s young Wests side started strongly. They cre­ated a chance in the first minute, a cross from Mikey Faber find­ing Ti­nashe Marowa, who made no mis­take from in front.

Then two goals in three min­utes from Ah­mad Mo­ham­madi put Wests 3-0 up be­fore Wairarapa’s Paul Ifill got on the score­sheet. Juan Chang and an­other goal from the vis­i­tors made it 4-2 at the break.

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