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(Est.57 years)NZ Modern School of Music 0800-696-874 31 CENTRAL LEADER, MARCH 16, 2011 SPORT Fastpitch win thrills United Winding up: Auckland United's Thomas Enoka pitches during the Auckland Fastpitch club softball final at Warren Freer Park. Photos: SHANE WENZLICK What a hit: United's Kurt Allan is congratulated by team- mates after hitting a home run. For the first time in 20 seasons, Auckland United have won the Auckland Fastpitch softball championship. United put on a stun- ning batting perform- ance against a Northcote side who were picked to take the title for the first time. In one five-hit burst, United scored five runs to demoralise the strong Northcote defence and went on to win 6-2. For Joe Forsyth, who handed over the head coaching reins to Duncan Enoka during a spell of recovery from knee sur- gery early this season, it was a triumph. The pair have taken a young squad and the club from the obscurity of lower grade play to three finals in the past four years. Pitcher Thomas Enoka dominated the Northcote batters, his brother Ben patrolled the outfield like a hawk and third baseman Nick McGregor moved into top form just at the right time with outstanding fielding and power batting. Seven of the side managed a hit, with Ben Enoka taking two. The national champs in Hutt Valley this week will test the side which operates with Thomas Enoka taking the pitch- ing load. Meanwhile Metro women finished the local season with a 5-1 win over Marist in the plate competition. The club has had some hard years, with last season out of the top grade, but the return of pitcher Megan Farrell has boosted the side. City in driving seat By JEREMY RUANE Auckland City and arch- rivals Waitakere United remain on course for a much-anticipated ASB Premiership grand final showdown on April 10. The sides scored con- trasting victories in their respective first semi- final legs on Sunday. City shrugged off a 1-0 midweek defeat to Can- terbury that had been rescheduled because of the earthquake, to take out Team Wellington 2-0 at Dave Farrington Park. This put Auckland in the driving seat at the halfway mark of the semifinal series, with the second leg set to take place at Kiwitea St later this month. The home team's un- disciplined start cost them dearly halfway through the first half when John Sutherland was sent off for commit- ting his second bookable offence. City looked to press home their advantage, but found Phil Imray in fine form, the giant goal- keeper saving shots from Manel Exposito and Adam Dickinson before halftime. Jamie Duncan blocked a Koprivcic effort on the line on the stroke of half- time, while the striker headed narrowly wide mid-way through the second half as their numerically challenged opponents appeared on course to weather the storm. But Auckland had an ace up their sleeve with substitute Luis Corrales coming on to score against his old club 12 minutes from time. Wellington, who failed to truly threaten Spoon- ley's goal throughout the match, were left to chase the game in the remain- ing minutes and were caught on the counter- attack in stoppage time. Exposito comfortably accounted for Imray in the one-on-one oppor- tunity to leave City well and truly in the box seat in a fortnight's time. Meanwhile Waitakere walloped Canterbury 6-2 in the first leg of their semifinal. This weekend City take on Tahitian cham- pions AS Tefana in their final group match in the Oceania Football Confed- eration Champions League from 3pm on Saturday at Kiwitea St, having already secured their place in the O-League grand final as group winners.
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