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Metro squeak through
By JEREMY RUANE
Go to aucklandcityharbournews.
co.nz and click on Latest Edition
to see more photos of the match
between Western Springs and
Nice one: The teammates of Western Springs' Josh Gair, second from left,
celebrate his goal which sees them record their 18th win of their Northern
Region Football League Second Division campaign.
Photo: JASON OXENHAM/PHOTOTEK
Metro FC have secured their
status by the skin of their teeth in
the Lotto Northern League First
Division with a 2-2 draw.
The point earned from the draw
at Papatoetoe is enough to keep
them in the First Division regard-
less of how their fellow relegation-
threatened rivals fare in their
Goals from Stuart Hogg and
Dale Bennetto earned Metro a
share of the spoils in their final
game of the season.
Mt Albert-Ponsonby slumped to
a 4-1 defeat at the hands of
Jared Colligan's goal wasn't
enough to stave off defeat in Mt
Albert-Ponsonby's final home
They conclude their campaign
on Saturday at the home of the
newly crowned First Division
champions, Glenfield Rovers.
In Second Division action, a 3-1
scoreline was recorded at Seddon
Fields, where champions Western
Springs scored their 18th win of
the campaign at the expense of
The goals of Josh Gair, Ian
Sellar and Chris Bale did the
damage for The Hoops''.
They wrap up their campaign at
home to Waiuku on Saturday.
Richmond under-20s reap rewards
By JESS LEE
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Edition to see more photos of
the match between Richmond
Final whistle: Richmond Rovers' Jared McRobie and Keneti Ah Kuoi-Atmore
embrace as the fulltime whistle blows.
Photo: JASON OXENHAM/PHOTOTEK
Months of hard work and sacrifice
have paid off for the Richmond
Rovers side who were crowned
champions at the Auckland Rugby
League under-20 grand final.
Richmond trounced Papakura
32-18 at Cornwall Park on
Sunday allowing them to finish
their impressive season at the top
of the table.
Coach Luisa Avaiki says the
newly crowned champions are
ecstatic with the win.
It was a slow start for the cen-
tral Auckland side, with Papa-
kura coming out firing to take the
first two tries.
But as soon as Richmond had
their first points on the board the
winners' medals were as good as
theirs, Avaiki says.
They have worked really hard
for this and have sacrificed a lot
since we started pre-season train-
ing in November last year.
We set ourselves some goals
and we've reached them.''
This is the first time in more
than four years the Grey Lynn
club has been able to enter a team
at this level of the competition.
Many of the players competed
with last year's under-18s side
and will now be looking to move
further up the ranks next year.
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