New Zealand under-20 rugby deputy Ihaia West has scored 615 points in 46 games for his Havelock North premier team.
West scored 16 points in Progressive Meats Havelock North’s catchup fourth turn Tui Maddison Trophy 36-10 win opposite MAC during Elwood Park final night. It was a villagers sixth uninterrupted win.
First five-eighth West scored a try and kicked 4 conversions and a chastisement from 6 attempts during idea in a player-of-the-match performance.
“It was easy to tell Ihaia was uninformed from general duty. His placement and choice holding skills were symbol on and he has a small some-more pace,” Havelock manager Blair Heasley said.
West, who is usually in his third deteriorate of premier rugby, upheld a 500-point symbol in a analogous diversion final year.
“I don’t know either it was a cold conditions though we took a small while to comfortable up,” Heasley combined referring to a fact a measure was 7-all during halftime.
Havelock North winger Shannan Chase reached a 100-point symbol for a deteriorate with his 20th try. He is a tip tryscorer in a foe so far.
Halfback Isaac Paewai and No8 Zane Rangi were others to stir for Havelock North.
MAC manager Anthony Morley was unapproachable of his team’s initial half bid as they were blank a services of pivotal forwards Everard Reid, Api Sione and former All Black captain Taine Randell.
“Havelock incited adult to play in a second half and we weren’t as accurate as we should have been,” Morley said.
Openside flanker Willie Benson, close JP Liebenberg, column Luke Tihema and harlot Jesse MacDonald were all distinguished as a MAC forwards enjoyed countless widespread rags in a initial half.
Morley is assured Reid, Sione and Randell will be fit and accessible for their essential bottom of a list compare opposite Clive during Farndon Park on Saturday.
Havelock North 36 (S Chase, we West, E Maui, Z Rangi, G Kaka tries; West 4 cons, pen), MAC 10 (W Benson try; M Fa’afua pen, con). HT: 7-all.