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Tournament entries defy
By KERRY GALLAGHER
With the national tag football
tournament growing every year,
the sport is being hailed as a
popular alternative to touch.
The tag nationals, February 21
to 23, will again be held at Ore-
wa's Victor Eaves Park.
Originally scheduled for two
days, a rush of entries meant a
third day was added.
Teams come from as far as Can-
terbury, Otago, Wellington and
Waikato, as well as expatriate
teams from Queensland.
When asked why the sport has
become so popular, national devel-
opment officer Claude Iusitini
points to some of the rules that
differentiate it from touch.
The feedback we are getting is
that the touch has become a little
bit predictable and by reducing
the number of players on the field
to six the bigger players have cho-
sen not to participate and were
looking for something like tag to
fill that gap,'' he says.
He says some of the rules are
popular, in particular the ability
to kick. There are kick-offs, drop-
outs and 50/10s similar to the
40/20 in league.
There are also no phantom tou-
ches'', he says, with players run-
ning at spaces not faces''.
Pulling a tag from a player's
hip who is running at full pace is
not as easy as people think.''
Other points of difference from
touch include a player being able
to score from dummy half, being
able to have a dummy half mar-
ker, the ball staying alive if drop-
ped and the advantage rule being
Touch continues to be popular
and many players have chosen to
play both sports.
The Hibiscus Coast Raiders
Rugby League Club, for example,
runs one of the biggest tag
modules in the country but will
host the Ryan Gibbons Memorial
Touch Tournament this weekend
at Stanmore Bay.
Defending champs miss out
Runners-up: Scott Curran, left, and David Eades are part of Orewa's four in
the Harbour champs. They are pictured after their win at the NZ Trusts Open
Photo: CRISPIN ANDERLINI
It was another final for David
Eades and Scott Curran, but
Orewa had to settle for second in
Bowls North Harbour's centre
Orewa were the defending
champions in this event, and the
team of Eades, Frank Arnerich,
Scott Curran and Errol Koroi
stormed into the final at Helens-
But after an early lead, they
went down 18-9 to the Takapuna
combination of Chris Taylor, Bob
Howitt, Trevor Forward and Wal-
Orewa had led 9-6 after eight of
the 15 ends in challenging windy
conditions, but did not score
again, disastrously dropping five
shots on the third-to-last end.
A runners-up finish was a good
reward though. It comes on the
back of some hot form for Eades
and Curran, who won the men's
pairs title at the Trusts New Zea-
land Open in November.
Orewa earned another second
place finish in the women's 1-5
year pairs competition, with the
combination of June Johnson and
Carol Wilson making the final
before going down 19-13 to a Mil-
ford team of Barbara Bowyer and
Di Steel. The Mahurangi East
combination of Rosemary Seers
and Noeline Holdsworth claimed
some handsome scalps in winning
the women's centre pairs title.
Smart move for museum
Avid collector: Sir Peter Leitch proudly shows off his sports museum which
has relocated to Mt Smart Stadium.
Photo: JASON OXENHAM
By KARINA ABADIA
An extensive collection of sports
memorabilia is soon to be open
to the public at Mt Smart
Sir Peter Leitch moved his
sports museum from Manurewa to
the stadium to make it more eas-
I wanted to share it with the
public so I thought why not move
it to where sports fans regularly
come?'' he says.
The museum houses an
impressive collection of items Sir
Peter has acquired from charity
auctions over the years. Sports
represented include rugby league,
cricket, baseball, football, netball,
golf and boxing.
Lining the walls are framed
jerseys, boots, shorts and caps as
well as a multitude of professional
sports photographs, including
signed portraits of such legends as
Muhammad Ali, Tiger Woods and
It is hard for Sir Peter to choose
a favourite item among the life-
time of memories which hang on
the walls but he counts the New
Zealand flag signed by Valerie
Adams in 2011 among his most
prized pieces, he says.
It's special to me because she
gave it to me straight after she
had won her third world title.
She's someone I have so much
But every piece in the museum
has meaning for him and he
anticipates it will be even more
popular in its current location
than it was in Manurewa.
The museum is in the process of
being opened. Once completed,
booking information will be avail-
able at mtsmartstadium.com.
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