It was another action-packed weekend of club rugby Saturday 6 May.
In the Counties Power game of the week, Waiuku Brian James Contracting lost to a too-strong Manurewa Kidd Contracting team 17- 31 during the Pat Walsh Memorial match. It was the last match for referee Simon Brown who has been reffing for 18 years.
Bombay Gough Cat beat Te Kauwhata Envirowaste 38-20. Bombay is now one point behind Patumahoe after their win.
Onewhero Counties Bulk Haulage claimed a win over Pukekohe Mitre 10 Mega, 17-13. Onewhero have a three-game win streak and now sit in a clear fifth place, and are looking to continue their winning ways into the second round.
Karaka dominated Papakura Ray White 93-5, holding on to a third place after the first round. The score saw tries from Kalione Hala 3, Deniro Refiti 2, Nicholas Worthington 2, Sunia Vosikata 2, Dylan Du Plessis 2, Seluini Molia, Ralulu Bavou, Desma Liaina, Cardiff Vaega and conversions from Cardiff Vaega 7 and Antonio Lavemai.
Patumahoe Hotel claimed a narrow win at home against Ardmore Marist South Auckland Motors 26-24, with tries from Siosiua Pole, Fotu Lokotui, and two conversions, and four penalties from Jonny Wilkinson. Patumahoe now sits at the top of the table.