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Renwick dominate sevens on home turf

Renwick player Falaula Fotu-Moala heads for the tryline during the early rounds of the Turf Hotel sevens today. Photo: Peter Jones.

The Renwick men’s sevens team made the most of home field advantage to take out the second leg of the Turf Hotel Tasman sevens today.

The Green Machine beat a dangerous Wanderers side in the men’s cup final, prevailing 15-5 at the Renwick Domain. Earlier, in the semifinals, Renwick accounted for Kahurangi 49-5 while Wanderers beat Waimea Old Boys 24-5 in the other.

Moutere player Grace Andrews on her way to a try at the Renwick Sevens. Photo: Peter Jones.
Moutere player Grace Andrews on her way to a try at the Renwick Sevens. Photo: Peter Jones.

The men’s plate final was won by Marist, who downed Central 24-12, leaving the Blues in sixth position. The men’s play-off for third and fourth was won by Waimea Old Boys, who downed Kahurangi 15-12.

The women’s title was won by Waimea Old Boys, who beat Wanderers 32-14 in an entertaining final. Waimea added the second leg crown to their triumph in Motueka last weekend, meaning they take the overall title.

Their men’s team did the same, their third placing coupled with last week’s victory handing them the overall crown.

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