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Top four showdown for Greytown, Waicol

Harcourts’ Sarah Watson [GD] gets her pass away against Greytown. PHOTO/JADE CVETKOV

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CHRIS COGDALE
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All but one of the semifinal places are guaranteed in the Wairarapa premier one championship.

Jo Kelly and Co Carterton Maroon, Celtic, and Harcourts are assured of their spots in the top four. Wairarapa College and Greytown Holmes Construction will contest the fourth spot.

Carterton moved a step closer to gaining the number one seeding for the playoffs with a 51-19 win over Marty Masters, who have yet to score a win since winning promotion to the top division.

Celtic are second after a closely fought 59-52 win over Waicol, and three-time defending champions Harcourts continued their resurgence after being deducted two points in their round two loss to Carterton for playing an unregistered player, with a commanding 61-30 defeat of Greytown.

Carterton need a win or a losing bonus point in tomorrow night’s clash with Celtic to secure the top seeding.

The last semifinalist will be decided in Saturday’s clash between Greytown and Waicol. The teams are locked on four points, and the winners will make the following weekend’s playoffs.

Makoura continue to lead premier two but were pushed all the way to retain their unbeaten record 31-30 over Carterton Legends.

St Matthew’s defeated Gladstone Gladiators to retain second, Carterton Black defeated the winless Carterton Panthers 24-18.

STANDINGS

Premier One: Carterton 16; Celtic 12; Harcourts 10; Wairarapa College 4, Greytown 4; Marty Masters 0.

Premier Two: Makoura 16; St Matthew’s 12; Gladstone 10; Carterton Black 9; Carterton Legends 5; Carterton Panthers 0.

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