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Wednesday May 2 2018 Latest Christchurch news at BAY HARBOUR PAGE 13 Dodgson rues missed opportunities SPORTS • By Gordon Findlater “AN OPPORTUNITY lost” is how Sumner coach Martin Dodgson has summed up two narrow losses in the space of three days. Sumner started the Hawkins Metro Premier Cup with a hiss and a roar, winning their opening three matches. However, a 10-13 loss on Anzac Day to Burnside, then a 15-20 loss to Lincoln University on Saturday saw them drop to fifth in the competition standings. While Dodgson was impressed overall with two valiant efforts at Leonards Park, the nature of the losses has been hard to swallow. “In both games, we put ourselves in a really good position to win . . . we’ve let eight points slip through our fingers,” said Dodgson. On Saturday, Sumner seized the early advantage against the competition favourites and found themselves leading 10-3 HEAVE: Sumner’s pack digs deep in the wet to score a penalty try against Lincoln University on Saturday. PHOTO: ROZELLE MAY after a penalty try following a collapsed scrum on the Lincoln line. When first-five Josh Toy skipped his way past two defenders following a number of phases, Sumner found themselves with a 15-10 lead. However, in the final 10min of the game the home side conceded a penalty and converted try to see what would have been an impressive victory slip from their grasp. After reflecting on the busy week of fixtures with a ‘court session’ on Saturday night, Dodgson says the wave are raring to get back to their winning ways. Their upcoming game on Saturday presents the team with a great opportunity to give their top six hopes an immediate Strong cross-country results for Sumner club athletes SUMNER RUNNING Club had a strong showing at the Lionel Fox Relays at Woodend Beach Domain on Saturday. No wind but persistent rain made for good cross-country conditions in the forest. Three Sumner senior teams ran in the men’s masters team event. Oliver Egan, Paul Timothy, Shaun McWhirter and Marty Lukes won the race, while Al Cory-Wright, Lockie Campbell, Trevor Batin and Julian Gudsell finished fourth. Three of the club’s women’s masters and a senior member finished sixth in the senior women’s team event. The club’s top individual results went to Paul Timothy and Shaun McWhirter who finished second and third respectively in the men’s senior event. Six junior teams also competed in the under-18 age group. In the boys section, Sumner PODIUM: Abi Scott-Douglas finished second in the girls nine age grade. teams finished 10th, 20th and 21st, while in the girls section, Sumner teams finished 13th and 17th. Top individual results went to Zara Percasky and Neve Majendie who completed a onetwo in the girls seven age grade. Abi Scott-Douglas was second in the girls nine age grade, Maddie Sharpe was second in the girls 13 grade and Aaron Clark came third in the boys 13 age grade. The next race for club runners will be the Children’s Forest Relays at Bottle Lake Forest on Saturday. boost. Sumner travel to Ilam Fields to take on last year’s grand-finalists and runners-up, University of Canterbury Vipers. Sumner’s backline is expected to be boosted by the return of Wesley Mauafu and Filimoni Waqainabete who return from a dislocated shoulder and concussion respectively. Up front Sumner will be without prop Samuela Tawake, OUR Lady Star of the Sea’s Noah Cole and Redcliffs School’s Benita Clark teamed up to win the mixed section the Huxster Challenge mountain bike relay race. Due to the small size of both schools, dispensation was given so Noah and Benita could race as the year five and six mixed team on behalf of Our Lady Star of the Sea School. The pair said they really enjoyed the experience and winning the event topped off a who has been selected for the Fijian team to play the Western Force in a World Series Rugby invitational match on Friday. Meanwhile, Sumner’s international contingent has received a boost with the addition of Italian hooker/loose forward Giacomo Nicotera, who arrived in Christchurch last week from Treviso, Italy. Mountain biking pupils team up to win Huxster Challenge YOUNG TEAM: Benita Clark and Noah Cole teamed up to win the mixed section the Huxster Challenge mountain bike relay race. good week in which Noah was fifth and Benita sixth in their age group races in the Canterbury Duathlon at Ruapuna. Following the Huxster Challenge, Noah went on to finish in the top five at the BMX nationals in New Plymouth, earning him a place in the New Zealand age group team to compete at the world champs in Azerbaijan later this month. House of Travel Ferrymead Come in and see us for all your 2018/2019 travel plans. Early birds on sale now! Guided Holidays, River Cruising, Ocean Cruising and more. Talk to one of our experienced team members today and plan that holiday you’ve always dreamed of. The best holidays are created together. 987 FERRY ROAD, FERRYMEAD VILLAGE I 03 3764 022 I FERRYMEAD@HOT.CO.NZ