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WHEN more than 60,000 Aus- sies’ mouths are shut in a chorus of silence you know they’re not happy. Unfortunately that was the only satisfaction All Blacks supporters could have got from last Saturday night’s disappointing 12-12 Bledis- loe Cup rugby draw against the Wallabies in the Sydney rain. That and the fact fortune didn’t favour the brave when Austral- ian captain Michael Hooper twice decided late in the first half to go for a try instead of allowing Kurt- ley Beale to convert two easy pen- alties into points. They say it’s often the top two inches that count most when con- fronted with a tight sporting con- test, something that will give an otherwise excellent Hooper food for thought. With yellow cards going to Wyatt Crockett and replacement first-five Beauden Barrett reduc- ing the All Blacks to 14 men for 20 minutes, this was a game Australia should have won with 65 per cent possession. In the end it was the All Blacks courageous defence that got them out of gaol although there was lit- tle jubilation in the knowledge they had failed to extend their word record equalling 17 consecu- tive test wins for a top tier nation. While the All Blacks will take comfort in the knowledge this Saturday night’s return match is at their Eden Park fortress where they have been unbeaten for 20 years, they will also need to show much better discipline and for- ward control after conceding 14 penalties compared with their opponents nine in Sydney. Although some of referee Jaco Peyper’s decisions were puzzling, New Zealand fans need to realise that under the coaching of Ewen McKenzie, Australia will pose a major threat in both this year’s Rugby Championship and next year’s World Cup. Without the rock solid Tony Woodcock to contend with, Wal- laby tighthead James Slipper had a boomer in Sydney, strong in the scrum and an able runner with ball in hand. Locks Sam Carter and Rob Sim- mons were solid and Hooper, Scott Fardy and Wycliff Palu held their own against vaunted All Blacks loo- sies Richie McCaw, Jerome Kaino and Kieran Read with Hooper a real danger on attack. While the All Blacks did well to cope with the backline threat posed by Beale, Adam Ashley- Cooper and Israel Folau, the Aussies aggressive tackling also stymied Malakai Fekitoa, Julian Savea and Ben Smith. Hence, although both teams will be hoping for better conditions at Eden Park to display their attack- ing class, the All Blacks will know they are up against a dangerous Aussie team that is growing in con- fidence. Meanwhile the incredible story of teenage golfer Lydia Ko contin- ued on Monday with a third place behind five-time major winner Inbee Park and Brittany Linci- come in the LPGA Championship in New York. Ko still has a chance to eclipse the 146-year record of Scotland’s Young Tom Morris who, in win- ning the 1886 Open Champion- ship at 17 years, five months and eight days, remains golf’s youngest major winner. Ko will be 17 years and four months next month when she plays the Evian Championship in France, an event in which she fin- ished second last year while still an amateur. Meanwhile she’s off to Canada this week seeking to defend her Canadian Open title which she has won over the past two years. The difference this time, should she win, is she gets to keep the prize money. Dumb Aussies music to ears Dumb Aussies music to ears Agnew’s Angle PIONEERS: From left, Cockle Bay brothers Correzze and Keaton Nepia are part of Baseball New Zealand history following age-group world championships this month. Correzze was in the NZ squad competing at the 15U World Cup in Mexico, where the Kiwis recorded the country’s first win at a world champs by beating South Africa 11-10. NZ placed 13th following further wins over Hong Kong and Lithuania. Somerville Intermediate pupil Keaton was in the inaugural NZ team to compete at the 12U Cal Ripken World Series in Maryland, United States. The boys went winless in the tournament, but two of the losses were by just one run, to Dominican Republic and Australia. Fellow Howick Pakuranga Baseball Club players Kyle Glogoski (15U) and Huriwaka and Tukuteihu Repia (12U) were also selected. Times photo Daniel Silverton Netballers into finals HOWICK United have dipped out on claiming a second consecutive Regional Premier League (RPL) netball title. The RPL is made up of the top 12 teams from around Counties Manukau, split into two divisions. Defending champions Howick United finished second following the division one round robin, with wins over Aztec, Manurewa Gold, Conifer Grove Platinum and Mellons Bay. Their only loss was to leaders Papatoetoe Rangers, whom they met in the final at Auckland Netball Centre last Friday. Rangers led by four goals after the first quarter, then Howick United closed the gap to one goal at halftime. There was still one point in it at three- quarter time before Rangers ran away in the final period to win 54-46. “We lost the plot in the last five to six minutes and they dominated on attack and defence,” says coach Chris Dyke. “ They were very slick and we struggled to get the ball through the court. They were hungrier than us and came through and got a lot of ball.” Being in the top three of the RPL qualifies Howick United again for next year’s Super 14, contested between the best teams from Waikato, North Harbour, Auckland and Waitakere club competitions. The following day, Howick United defeated Timbertown Shelly Park 47-41 to finish top of Howick Pakuranga Netball Centre’s premier grade competition round. The other results were: Mellons Bay 1 81 Wakaaranga 36, Howick United 2 48 Pakuranga United 39, Mellons Bay 2 53 Pohutukawa Coast 41. Final standings: Howick United 1 24 points, Timbertown Shelly Park 24, Mellons Bay 1 21, Howick United 2 20, Pakuranga United 8, Wakaaranga 8, Mellons Bay 2 8, Pohutukawa Coast 0. Semi-finals this Saturday: Timbertown Shelly Park v Mellons Bay 1, 10am; Howick United 1 v Howick United 2, 2pm.
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