Kapiti Observer : May 12th 2011
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Plenty of room. 3416648AQ Coach says best football he has ever seen Game saver: Waikanae's Tessa Hunt salvaged a draw for her team on Sunday in Lower Hutt. By BEN STRANG Waikanae's top women's football side played out a thriller against Stop Out on Sunday, losing the lead late in the game only to pull back and tie the game 2-all. Emotions ran high after prolific striker Tessa Hunt rescued a point for her team with seconds left on the clock. It was one of the best games of foot- ball I have ever seen,'' coach Steve Hearn said. It was end-to-end football through- out, with good passing and hardly any balls being given away.'' Hunt got Waikanae off to a flyer for the second week running when she scored with three minutes on the clock, making the most of a strong tailwind. However, neither side was able to find the net during the rest of the half, and early in the second period goalkeeper Sasha Haskell kept Waikanae in the match with a series of top class saves. Her player of the match performance saw her smothering the ball at players' feet, punching saves, clearing pass backs and claiming crosses, said Hearn. Stop Out's constant pressure finally told in the 82nd minute, when Waikanae failed to clear a loose ball inside the penalty area and the home side scored. Waikanae was disheartened by the goal, and let in another five minutes later, leaving the women dejected, Hearn said. With 30 seconds left in the match, Mel Luddy collected the ball deep inside Waikanae's half, dribbling about 60 yards before finding Hunt with a through ball. Hunt's shot was well saved by the Stop Out keeper, said Hearn, but she followed up to send an equaliser into the goal. It meant a great deal to the team. They were all hugging after the goal, and I think that summed up the feeling for them. It was very emotional.'' The team would try to take that momentum into this Sunday's home match with North Wellington. Waikanae are top of the table ahead of Stop Out and third-placed North Wel- lington. The game starts at 2.30pm at Jim Cooke Park. Toa given a boost By BEN STRANG Final push: Paraparaumu Colts' wing Mark Williams gets close to the try line in the last-minute of the game, but his pass was knocked forward metres before the line. The team went down 12-19 to Wellington's Old Boys' University on Saturday at Paraparaumu Domain. The loss was hard for the team after they had opportunities to win the match in the closing minutes of the game, coach Don Watson said. Home ground advantage meant nothing in the eighth round of Horowhenua-Kapiti senior rugby on Saturday, with all three away sides claiming cru- cial victories. Toa won its first game of the 2011 campaign, beating Foxton 38-20 at Easton Park. After having a successful 2010, the boys were down in the dumps for a while having not won a game this year,'' coach Shane Pihema said. He said the forward pack and backline gelled well on Saturday, allowing fullback Arana Kenny to score two tries, while wing Stirling Tito also bagged a double. The backs were led by Pihe- ma's player of the day, Sa Falofa, pulling the strings from the second five-eighth position. Foxton coach Peter Kemp said his side were the most dominant they had been all year in the forwards, controlling scrums, lineouts and possession throughout the game. However, a player who left the team in the lurch because he was duck-shooting gave Toa a position to exploit in the midfield, and Foxton were overwhelmed. We were a bit embarrassed by the amount of possession we got, but what Toa did really well is they used the territory.'' The stiff breeze at Easton Park sent kicks flying about three-quarters the length of the field, and Kemp said whenever there was a turnover Toa sent it long, and were able to recover the ball on a number of occasions. Toa also claimed a bonus point, drawing them level on points with Shannon. It's nice to finally get a win on the board,'' Pihema said. The whole competition is pretty close at the moment so if we can keep going we still have a pretty good chance.'' In the weekend's other matches, Rahui beat Parapara- umu 20-17 at the Paraparaumu Domain after Manu Qaranivalu scored two tries for the Otaki team, and Waikanae defeated Shannon 31-14 in Shannon. In the senior reserve grade, Shannon overcame Waikanae 15-12, Levin Athletic won its local derby with Levin College Old Boys 31-17, and Parapara- umu beat Rahui 17-5.
May 16th 2011