Counties Power Club Rugby Results 28 April

McNamara Cup (Premier 1)

Pukekohe Mitre 10 Mega 11

(Peni Buakula tries; Cody White 2 pens)

Bombay 21

(Reuben Unga, Mitchell Thackham tries; Ki Aufe cons; Ki Anufe 3 pens)

HT: 8-13


Ardmore Marist South Auckland Motors (Counties Power Cup Holders) 24

(Polynesia Crichton, Jonathan Taumateine, Solomona Paraki 2 tries;  Luteru Laulala, Latiume Fosita cons)

Onewhero Silver Fern Marquees 17

(Ilaisa Koaneti, Steven Jones tries; Rhain Strang 2 cons; Rhain Strang pens)

HT: 12-10


Manurewa Kidd Contracting 53

(Michael Tafili, Troey Myers, Willie Tuala, Pisi Leilua, William Raea, Joshua Tafili tries; James Faiva 5 cons; James Faiva pens)

Karaka 23

(Juan Benadie, Iafeta Luamanu, Cardiff Vaega tries; Juan Benadie cons; Juan Benadie 2 pens)

HT: 29-6


Waiuku Brian James Contracting 12

(Apec Togafau, Nathan Millar tries; Christian Walker cons)

Patumahoe Troydon Patumahoe Hotel 18

(Vernon Comley, Riley Hohepa tries; Riley Hohepa cons; Riley Hohepa 2 pens)

HT: 12-10


Bob Chandler Memorial (Premier 2)

Ardmore Marist Ross Roof Group 69 Onewhero Hinemoa Produce 0; Manurewa Wise Property Management 17 Karaka 25 Waiuku 12 Patumahoe Dave Redshaw Electrical 21; Pukekohe 24 Bombay 19


Sid Marshall Shield (Premier 3)

Karaka 5 Drury 22; Puni 20 Maramarua 23; Weymouth 31 Te Kauwhata 12


Massey Cup (U21)

Pukekohe 28 Karaka 17; Manurewa defaulted to Ardmore Marist Ross Roof Group; Patumahoe Albycon 34 Papakura Ray White 5


Under 85kg:

Pukekohe 15 Karaka 21; Patumahoe Pak N Save 29 Papakura Ray White 7; Waiuku 5 Bombay Lincoln Farms 17



Manurewa 41 ECB 27; Glenfield 24 Ardmore Marist 47; Waiuku 12 Waitakere 27; Te Papa 36 Papakura 22





McNamara Cup (Premier) Draw 5 May 2018 – 2:45pm
Home Team   Away Team Field
Ardmore Marist v Patumahoe Ardmore Marist
Manurewa v Waiuku Manurewa
Papakura v Karaka Massey Park
Pukekohe v Onewhero Pukekohe
Bombay v BYE  



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