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THE ‘log’ changed hands for the second con-
secutive week in round three of the Otorohanga
summer soccer competition on Thursday night.
Darcy’s Raiders had won the log the previous
week against Hobbs Transport Services, however,
the college team from Bailey Ingham were far too
good for them last week winning 5-1.
The win keeps Bailey Ingham at the top of the
table on goal difference with a perfect record of
three wins from three matches.
Advantage Tyres and King Country Kitchens
are also on maximum points with Advantage
Tyres overcoming a determined HMB Weta
team 3-1, and KCK recording a 1-0 victory over
PFC United defended the ‘stump’ for the
second successive week with a 2-1 victory over
Hobbs Transport Services.
Bevanz Electrical recorded the biggest win
of the night and will be serious contenders for
this year’s title after they defeated Otorohanga
OTC Rascals were also convincing finally
hitting form with a 5-0 win over Action Electri-
Kiwitown Electrical recorded their second win
in a row in a tense match against 100% Otoro-
hanga with a late goal to win 3-2. Smithy’s Nailers
battled back from a three goal deficit, but could
not overcome Ryco 24/7 who eventually won 3-2.
The game between TV Connect and Dental
Surgery finished at 1-1. Dental Surgery showed
dogged determination in defence in the last 10
minutes of the match after equalising midway
through the second half. The penalty shootout
was eventually won by TV Connect.
Dental Surgery’s Sam Cammock was the
McKenzie Strawbridge Player of the Night win-
ner, with Hobbs Transport Services Team of the
This week Hobbs Transport Services challenge
Bailey Ingham for the log, while PFC United
defend the stump against Kiwitown Electrical.
Bailey Ingham 9, Advantage Tyres 9, King
Country Kitchens 9, TV Connect 8, Bevanz
Electrical 7, PFC United 7, Darcy’s Raiders 6,
OTC Rascals 6, Kiwitown Electrical 6, Hobbs
Transport Services 3, Giltrap AgriZone 3, Dental
Surgery 3, Ryco 24/7 3, HMB Weta 2, Otorohanga
Mitsubishi 1, Action Electrical Blues 0, Smithy’s
Nailers 0, 100% Otorohanga 0.
THIS week’s Otorohanga summer soccer
Thursday, November 3 – 5.45pm (field
1) Bailey Ingham vs Hobbs Transport
Services, (field 2) Otorohanga Mitsubishi
vs Giltrap AgriZone, (field 3) PFC United
vs Kiwitown Electrical. 6.30pm (field 1) TV
Connect vs OTC Rascals, (field 2) HMB/
Weta vs Darcy’s Raiders, (field 3) Action
Electrical Blues vs Bevanz Electrical.
7.15pm (field 1) Smithy’s Nailers vs Dental
Surgery, (field 2) Advantage Tyres vs KCK
Kitchens, (field 3) 100% Otorohanga vs
hands again FOUR King Country players have
been named in this year’s New Zealand
Heartland XV squad.
Announced last week, the team has
been selected ahead of a three-match cam-
paign which includes two games in Fiji.
Representing King Country are full-
back James Hemara, halfback Zayn Tip-
ping, lock Aarin Dunster and new cap
John Koko (second five).
Coached by South Canterbury’s
Barry Matthews and Poverty Bay’s
Mutu Ngarimu, the team assem-
bles in Auckland tomorrow ahead of
their first match against New Zea-
land Marist in Auckland on Saturday.
They then travel to Fiji to play Nadi at
Prince Charles Park on November 8 and
Nadroga at Lawaqa Park on November 11.
The 26-man Heartland XV squad,
which is selected from the 2016 Heart-
land Championship, sees 11 of the 12
Heartland unions represented including
15 new caps.
Four Rams players
in Heartland XV
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