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2006 National Bank Cup Results - Round Four

2006 National Bank Cup Results


Round Four May 19 – 21 2006

Magic 70 v 28 Flyers
Rebels 36 v 45 Flames
Shakers 43 v 63 Diamonds
Force 48 v 52 Sting


2006 National Bank Cup Current Points Table


Team P W L BP For Against Pts
Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic (supported by Sleepyhead) 4 4 - - 246 172 12
Ascot Park Hotel Southern Sting  4 3 1 1 249 178 10
The Trusts Diamonds 4 3 1 1 196 161 10
Fujifilm Force 4 2 2 2 196 160 8
Ballantynes Canterbury Flames 4 2 2 1 162 165 7
Southern Victorian Otago Rebels 4 1 3 169 198 3
Genesis Energy Shakers 4 1 3 158 237 3
More FM Flyers 4 - 4 1 148 253 1


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2006 NATIONAL BANK CUP RESULTS
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Round Four

May 19-21
Magic v Flyers Notes
1st Quarter 19 8
Half time 41 15
3rd Quarter 54 21
Full time 70 28

Player of the match: Casey Williams (Magic)


Rebels v Flames Notes
1st Quarter 10 9
Half time 23 21
3rd Quarter 28 33
Full time 36 45

Player of the match: Julie Seymour (Flames)


Shakers v Diamonds Notes
1st Quarter 10 13
Half time 17 32
3rd Quarter 31 47
Full time 43 63

Player of the match: Maria Tutaia (Diamonds)

Force v Sting Notes
1st Quarter 14 13
Half time 27 24
3rd Quarter 39 36
Full time 48 52

Player of the match: Temepara George (Force)


Interim shooting stats:

Magic:
Irene van Dyk 28/29 (96%)
Tanya Lund 13/17 (76%)
Kiri Adams 5/9 (55%)
Arahi Wall 24/29 (83%)

Flyers:
Hayley Stockman 17/22 (77%)
Kiley Hikawai 6/11 (54%)
Malu Fa’asavalu 5/10 (50%)

Rebels:
Jessica Tuki 6/10 (60%)
Angela Mitchell 25/35 (71%)
Anna Molineau 5/9 (55%)

Flames:
Shelley Norris 3/6 (50%)
Jade Topia 30/39 (77%)
Anna Thompson 2/2 (100%)
Sonia Butler 10/13 (77%)

Shakers:
Lovila Paki 22/27 (81%)
Jamilah Gupwell 21/29 (72%)

Diamonds:
Grace Rasmussen 5/6 (83%)
Maria Tutaia 36/39 (92%)
Jo Morrison 22/23 (95%)

Force:
Catherine Latu 30/38 (79%)
Megan Dehn 18/21 (85%)

Sting:
Tania Dalton 29/30 (96%)
Natalie Avellino 13/15 (86%)
Belinda Colling 10/13 (77%)

ENDS

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