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NPC Pictures: North Harbour Vs Canterbury 27/8

NPC Pictures: North Harbour Vs Canterbury 27/8


Images by Andy Song - WR-Productions

27-Aug-2005: North Harbour was unable to bring an end to Canterbury's year long winning streak in the NPC with a 23-23 draw at North Harbour Stadium with man-of-the-match Anthony Tuitavake scoring two tries.

North Harbour 23:
Tries: Tom Harding, Anthony Tuitavake (2).
Cons: Tusi Pisi.
Pens: Tusi Pisi (2).

Canterbury 23:
Tries: Kevin O'Neill, Casey Laulala.
Pens: Ben Blair (3).
Cons: Ben Blair (2).


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Canterbury prop Wyatt Crockett brings the ball forward early in the game. Harbour drew 23-23 with Canterbury. 27-Aug-2005. - Andy Song/WR-Productions


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Canterbury's Jamie Nutbrown gets going early in the first half. Harbour drew 23-23 with Canterbury. 27-Aug-2005. - Andy Song/WR-Productions


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Canterbury's Casey Laulala spreads the ball wide to the wing just before the final whistle is blown. Harbour drew 23-23 with Canterbury. 27-Aug-2005. - Andy Song/WR-Productions


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Harbour's Anthony Tuitavake receives his man-of-the-match award. Tuitavake scored two tries for Harbour. Harbour drew 23-23 with Canterbury. 27-Aug-2005. - Andy Song/WR-Productions

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