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The 2020 Massetti Cup semi-finalists have been decided after Saturday’s final round of regular season matches. Four-time defending champs Linwood Keas took out top spot ahead of Northern Bulldogs on for-and-against after both teams finished with 9-1 records. Hornby Panthers, the 2016-19 grand final runners-up, clinched third place with a convincing Round 10 victory over…

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The race for the Canterbury Rugby League men’s premiership finals will go down to the final weekend of the regular season after Riccarton Knights and Eastern Eagles both produced clutch wins in a spectator-less Round 9 of the Massetti Cup. The fourth-placed Knights held off a Celebration Lions fight-back to record a 28-22 win at…

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Northern Bulldogs and Linwood Keas put one hand on a top-two finish with two rounds of the 2020 Canterbury Rugby League Massetti Cup to go courtesy of massive home wins on Saturday, while Hornby Panthers moved to outright third with a high-scoring victory on the road. Meanwhile, the race for fourth spot looks destined to…

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Linwood Keas and Northern Bulldogs established a two-game lead at the top of the Massetti Cup ladder with Round 7 wins, while Eastern Eagles crashed Riccarton Knights legend Shane Tamatea’s 300th-game party to set up a frantic scramble for finals spots over the last three weeks of the regular season. The Eagles sixth-placed Eagles powered…

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Riccarton stalwart Shane Tamatea is already established as a modern legend of the game in our region, but on Saturday he is set to become further entrenched in Canterbury Rugby League folklore. The indefatigable forward will make his 300th premier grade appearance for the Knights when he runs out in front of the Crosbie Park…

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Big scorelines and huge tryscoring hauls were the order of the day in Round 6 of the CRL Massetti Cup men’s premiership. Eastern Eagles scored 48 unanswered points in the second half to run out 72-16 winners against Celebration Lions at Wainoni Park. Hooker Josh Ka was the chief destroyer in the Eastside derby with…

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