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High scores in local leagues

 

FOOTBALL

High-scoring games highlighted the eighth round of the Wairarapa combined division one and two championships.

Douglas Villa Skulls battered Featherston United 13-1 to stay second, six points behind runaway leaders Craterton Redbacks, who had the bye.

Greytown Property Brokers remain third after their 4-2 defeat of Douglas Villa Cams Flooring, Progressive Engineering Masterton Athletic beat Carterton Reapers 5-0, Douglas Drake beat Greytown Tremains 6-3, and Masterton Ziggy’s Glass Presidents scored late to draw 3-3 with McAuley’s Masterton. 

In division three, Greytown The Offering won a 5-4 thriller over Douglas Villa Mitre 10 Megabeens, Carterton Goal Diggers thumped Carterton 9-0, and Masterton Lions and Martinborough drew 2-2.

HOCKEY

Comvita Kia Kaha were untroubled in extending their unbeaten run in Wairarapa division one, thumping Featherston 10-0. Gladstone Bulls were the weekend’s biggest winners, beating JNL 22-1.  

Old Boys beat Dalefield Dodgers 5-1 and Tremains Red Star and Carterton Vets drew 3-3.

In women’s division one, Dalefield beat Featherston 10-0 and Gladstone Gold stayed unbeaten with a 4-0 defeat of Tremains Red Star. 

Property Brokers lead women’s division two after a 3-2 win over Wairarapa Mitsubishi. Coasties edged Featherston Force 3-2, Martinborough and Eketahuna Tuis drew 2-2, and Gladstone Heifers drew 5-5 with Featherston Foxies. 

 

 

   

Chris Cogdale
Chris Cogdale
Chris “Coggie” Cogdale has extensive knowledge of sport in Wairarapa having covered it for more than 30 years, including radio for 28 years. He has been the sports guru at the Wairarapa Times-Age since 2019.

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