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2006 National Bank Cup Results

2006 National Bank Cup Results


Round Five May 27 – 28 2006

Flyers 42 v 57 Force
Sting 55 v 44 Diamonds
Flames 46 v 44 Shakers
Magic 59 v 34 Rebels

2006 National Bank Cup Current Points Table


Team P W L BP For Against Pts
Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic (supported by Sleepyhead) 5 5 - - 305 206 15
Ascot Park Hotel Southern Sting 5 4 1 1 304 222 13
Fujifilm Force 5 3 2 2 253 202 11
The Trusts Diamonds 5 3 2 1 240 216 10
Ballantynes Canterbury Flames 5 3 2 1 208 209 10
Genesis Energy Shakers 5 1 4 1 202 283 4
Southern Victorian Otago Rebels 5 1 4 203 257 3
More FM Flyers 5 - 5 1 190 310 1

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