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AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, MARCH 9, 2011
SPORT United secure
spot in finals
Auckland United finally came into top
form to beat off challenges from Waita-
kere Bears and local rival Mt Albert
Ramblers to take its place in next
week's Auckland Fastpitch club
softball finals at Warren Freer Park.
After the disappointment of losing
the major semifinal to Northcote on
Saturday, United bounced back to
meet the challenge put forward by
long-time coach Joe Forsyth.
Coming from behind each time,
United beat the Bears 6-5 and Ramb-
lers by a massive 12-5 in just five
innings to be able to meet Northcote
again on Saturday.
Both wins came in dramatic fashion,
ending with home runs to outstanding
Black Sox outfielder Ben Enoka,
enabling United to celebrate in style.
But there were other heroes too,
including the quiet man Nick McGre-
gor who stunned Ramblers with a first
inning home run and scored three him-
self in a fine hitting display as United
took 10 hits off Ramblers.
Against the Bears it seemed that
United did not have the energy to
chase an early 3-0 deficit but a sixth
inning rally, including big hits by
Thomas Enoka and Tony Niu, as well
as a home run from Kurt Allan, put
the score at 5-5 before Ben Enoka hit
over the fence to end the game
Ramblers' women went into the
weekend with the knowledge that the
side had dominated the competition
right from the start, going through
three rounds in commanding form.
But this form evaporated in the last
10 days, leading to a 3-2 loss to Bears
in the major semi and a 3-1 loss to
Otahuhu, a team which they usually
beat, in the match to gain a place in
Since they returned to the women's
grade in the 2007-08 season, Ramblers
had been a finalist each time, with two
Busy times: The Auckland City football side face a busy week with an ASB
premiership semifinal against Wellington to play and the rescheduling of their
match against Canterbury, which was postponed after the earthquake.
Photo: SHANE WENZLICK
City face two key games
It's set to be a very busy week for
the Auckland City football side.
City sit second on the ASB
premiership ladder behind Waita-
kere United and are scheduled to
play Team Wellington in one of the
competition's semifinals on Sunday.
But complicating matters is the
The Auckland City match against
Canterbury was to be played last
Sunday but was postponed. It has to
be played to decide whether Canter-
bury or Hawke's Bay will face Wai-
takere in the other semifinal.
The Canterbury match has been
rescheduled for tomorrow, 5.30pm
kickoff, at Kiwitea St.
Meanwhile, on the field Auckland
City extended their unbeaten run in
the ASB premiership to 10 games
last week, coming from behind to
beat YoungHeart Manawatu 2-1 at
The win gave Auckland City their
eighth consecutive victory.
City chose to leave many first
choice players behind including
Jacob Spoonley, Ivan Vicelich,
Adam Dickinson and David
That decision looked to have
backfired on the visitors when
YoungHeart Manawatu took the
lead after 18 minutes, thanks to a
goal from Dale Higham.
But 20 minutes later Manel Expo-
sito levelled the match for city with
a downward header from an Andrew
Then Milne put Auckland in the
lead three minutes into the second
half with a goal in a crowded pen-
Manawatu threw players forward
in search of an equaliser but came
up short as Auckland won with an
Wet weather puts Cornwall's
Hedley Howarth hopes at risk
Wet weather washed out day one of
the penultimate round of premier
club cricket's Hedley Howarth Trophy
two-day major championship on
That makes it even harder for
Cornwall, sitting in fourth place, to
catch competition leaders Takapuna
with only three days of cricket left this
They'll take to the field for day two
of their match against Takapuna this
Meanwhile Eden Roskill's fight to
stay in the top division has also been
stifled by the weather, with no play in
their match against North Shore.
If Eden Roskill finish last, they'll
drop down to the Tom Hellaby Trophy
minor championship next season.
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