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2006 National Bank Cup Results(Template)

2006 National Bank Cup Results(Template)

Round Three

May 12-14
Flames v Magic Notes
1st Quarter 8 14
Half time 20 26
3rd Quarter 31 40
Full time 43 55

Player of the match: Amigene Metcalfe (Magic)


Flyers v Shakers Notes
1st Quarter 11 10
Half time 24 20
3rd Quarter 35 29
Full time 41 43

Player of the match: Charlotte Kight (Flyers)


Sting v Rebels Notes
1st Quarter 13 12
Half time 29 21
3rd Quarter 46 31
Full time 61 38

Player of the match:Â Adine Wilson (Sting)

Force v Diamonds Notes
1st Quarter
Half time
3rd Quarter
Full time

Player of the match:


Interim shooting stats:

Flames:
Jade Topia 12/19 (63%)
Sonia Butler 0-1 (0%)
Shelley Norris 31/36 (86%)

Magic:
Irene van Dyk 28/36 (77%)
Tanya Lund 27/35 (77%)

Flyers:
Hayley Stockman 30/36 (83%)
Kiley Hikawai 6/8 (75%)
Malu Fa’asavalu 5/7 (71%)

Shakers:
Lovila Paki 23/26 (88%)
Jamilah Gupwell 20/28 (71%)

Sting:
Tania Dalton 28/29 (96%)
Natalie Avellino 14/17 (82%)
Belinda Colling (86%)
Te Huinga Reo Selby-Ricket 6/8 (75%)

Rebels:
Jessica Tuki 5/11 (45%)
Angela Mitchell 30/45 (66%)
Anna Molineaux 3/6 (50%)


Ends

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