Kevin Murphy, Events Manager Napier City Council and Lily Salter, Director Big Save Furniture (and her children),
get ready for the Hawke’s Bay Summer Cycling Carnival in January.
"There’s a growing passion for cycling in New Zealand", says Lily Salter Director of Big Save Furniture.
Created: Thursday, 01 October 2015 22:06
Hastings East may have won the Battle of Hastings, but Napier produced the most eye-catching performance on day three of Hawke's Bay's historic Ross Shield primary school rugby tournament on Thursday.
Undefeated Napier racked up a cricket score against winless Dannevirke in the day's opening match at Lindisfarne Collge in Hastings, scoring a century of points in a lopsided 101-0 victory which must surely rank as one of the biggest ever wins at the 113-year-old tournament.
In the second game of the day, Wairoa beat Central Hawke's Bay for its second win of the tournament before Hastings East prevailed 26-18 over Hastings West in a close-fought Battle of Hastings to claim the Bill Mathewson Memorial Trophy and also notch their second win in the process.
Day 3 Ross Shield results:
Napier v Dannevirke 101 - 0
Wairoa v Central HB 17 - 7
East v West 26 - 18
H East 4
H West 4
Central HB 0