St Ge­orge fall short against Wainui

Kapi-Mana News - - CLASSIFIEDS -

St Ge­orge Dragons stay in sixth place in Welling­ton’s premier rugby league com­pe­ti­tion af­ter com­ing up just short against Wainuiomata on Satur­day.

The Dragons lost 22-18 at Wise Park – still a loss, but an ex­am­ple of how far the team has come this sea­son.

The re­sult keeps the Can­nons Creek side in the hunt for a play­off spot as it gets close to the busi­ness end of the cam­paign.

Porirua Vik­ings, mean­while, re­main sec­ond-to-bot­tom af­ter be­ing thumped 50-0 by Te Aroha at Te Whiti Park. The Porirua side had no an­swer as the com­pe­ti­tion’s sec­ond-placed side ran in tries at will.

Whiti Te Ra stay top of the table af­ter a 34-20 win at Kel­burn Park over Rand­wick.

In re­serve grade, Ti­tahi Bay Mar­lins beat Te Aroha’s re­serves 36-26 at Te Whiti Park and are sit­ting third on 16 points af­ter 11 games.

In Kapi Mana premier net­ball, Te Tai Timu 1 and Norths 1 fought out a thriller on Satur­day.

Te Tai Timu 1 came out the vic­tors, 48-47, to stay un­beaten in the com­pe­ti­tion af­ter the fourth round.

KBJ 1, who are sec­ond, beat Te Tai Timu 2 59-28, and Aotea Col­lege over­came Rockz 1 34-26.

In in­ter­club golf, although Royal Welling­ton lost to Para­pa­raumu Beach in the Dun­can Cup on Satur­day, Judge­ford’s top team are able to re­flect on a fan­tas­tic sea­son.

The team were com­pet­i­tive through­out the cam­paign, es­pe­cially as they had the two youngest play­ers in Jay­den Ford and Qualen Asi in their lineup.

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