Saturday Interclub Round 2

05 Feb 2014

Round 2 of the Saturday Interclub was played in perfect conditions last Saturday.

In Men's Premier Mangere have hit the front with 54 points over Howick and Blockhouse Bay's 42 points.

Mt Albert Blue have only dropped one game in Division 1 and lead the way with a massive 60 points. Henderson Red is in second place with 34 points followed by Onehunga 2 with 25.

St Heliers Blue also has 5 wins and 60 points in Men's Division 2 with Mt Eden in second place with 32 points.  East Tamaki Aces is in 3rd place at present but has one game up their sleeve as they have already had their bye.

Division 3 has Mission Bay Green in top spot with two solid wins over St Heliers Red this weekend taking them to 37 points over St Heliers 36.

East Tamaki Jacks in Division 4 have yet to lose a game and have 68 points already. Mt Albert / Sandringham is in second place with 42 points and St Heliers Green in third.

Howick Blue are well ahead in Women's Premier having also won every game. St Heliers Gold did not have a good day against Mangere this weekend and although they hold second spot Mangere is now breathing down their necks.

Howick is also in top spot in Division 1 with the Maroon side scoring strongly again this weekend. On 51 points they ate 9 clear of Henderson A and 19 ahead of third equal.

Carlton Cornwall Black had a strong day on Saturday and top Division 2 with 58 points. Henderson 2 is second with 34 points and Mt Albert / Sandringham with 17 points.  Henderson has had a bye this week but still retains second place.

Bridge Park A has four wins from four games in the Any Combination 6's competition and leads the table with 46 points. Bridge Park AA's , who only came into the competition this week also had two wins and are in second place.  St George will need to eb scaled at the end of the competition as they did not receive points for the bye last round.

Round 3 of the Interclub will be played on Saturday 15th February.

For full results click here.


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