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Hawke's Bay's Kruger Van Wyk captains Stags for Georgie Pie Super Smash.

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The Devon Hotel Central Stags selectors have welcomed speedster Adam Milne back into the Stags squad for their third Georgie Pie Super Smash match, to be played against the Auckland Aces at New Plymouth’s Yarrow Stadium tomorrow night. The match will commence at 7.10pm.

As below:

Kruger Van Wyk [Hawke’s Bay] (Captain)

Will Young [Taranaki] (Vice-Captain)

Tom Bruce [Taranaki]

Josh Clarkson [Nelson]

Mitchell Claydon [Overseas Player]

Dane Cleaver [Manawatu]

Marty Kain [Nelson]

Andrew Mathieson [Hawke’s Bay]

Adam Milne (Manawatu)

Seth Rance [Wairarapa]

Indika Senarathne (Hawke’s Bay)

Blair Tickner [Hawke’s Bay]

George Worker [Manawatu]

The Stags are sitting on one win from two matches after defeating the Otago Volts at Yarrow Stadium last Saturday night and will be looking to continue their winning record at their newest home venue.

Ross Taylor and Doug Bracewell are unavailable due to their involvement in the BLACKCAPS tour of Australia, while Jesse Ryder, Bevan Small, Ben Smith and Ben Wheeler remain unavailable due to injury.

Hawke's Bay United play final pre-season hit out today in Napier

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Returning Hawke's Bay United defender Fin Milne has been appointed captain of the side for the 2015/16 ASB Premiership. Photo: HBU

Hawkes Bay United have a final preseason game today at 2pm at Bluewater Stadium in Napier against Waibop United before their 2015/16 ASB Premiership campaign officially kicks off next week.

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Third time lucky as Hawke's Bay Magpies pip Wellington in thrilling Championship final

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A jubilant Hawke's Bay Magpies captain Brendon O'Connor holds aloft the ITM Cup Championship trophy after the nailbiting 26-25 win over Wellington at Napier's McLean Park on Friday night. Photo: Clinton Llewellyn AAHB.

 

Cometh the hour, cometh the man.

Hawke's Bay Magpies first-five Ihaia West kicked the most memorable conversion of his career to earn his side a thrilling 26-25 win over Wellington at Napier's McLean Park on Friday night and promotion to next year's ITM Cup Premiership.

Read more: Third time lucky as Hawke's Bay Magpies pip Wellington in thrilling Championship final

Hawke's Bay Magpies hoping big home crowd will make for third time lucky against Wellington

aamagpiesfansMembers of the "Magpies Den" under the scoreboard at McLean Park during Saturday's 33-26 semi-final win over Bay of Plenty. The HBRU is calling for big home crowd for the Magpies ITM Cup championship final against Wellington on Friday night. Photo: Clinton Llewellyn.

The Hawkes Bay Magpies will be counting on the support of a black-and-white army when they take on Wellington in Friday night’s ITM cup championship final in Napier.

Read more: Hawke's Bay Magpies hoping big home crowd will make for third time lucky against Wellington

Hawke's Bay Magpies playing for home ITM Cup final

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The Hawke's Bay Magpies will be hoping for a much happier result than Friday night's Ranfurly Shield loss to Waikato when they take on Bay of Plenty at home on Saturday afternoon in a blockbuster "Battle of the Bays" ITM Cup championship semi-final. 

 

The Hawke’s Bay Magpies will take on Bay of Plenty at Napier’s McLean Park this Saturday afternoon with a spot in the ITM Cup championship final on the line.

Read more: Hawke's Bay Magpies playing for home ITM Cup final

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