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The Red Devilz continued their pre-season build-up by entering the Mauku School 5km Fun Run event today. They did run into a long time supporter too…

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The 2008 10th grade Red Devilz will commence training on Wednesday 13 February 2008 at 5.15pm.  We intend to go through to 6.30pm. Click through for more information.

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I found this web site while looking for a couple of pointers while Lee is basking in the sun on the gold coast. Cheers Blair.

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The Lions were back on Bledisloe Park, pitch three, looking weather hardened as the rain lashed down…....again.

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The Lions hosted Bucklands Beach Man United on a chilly morning at Bledisloe Park, with all players available for action with the exception of David, who was away on a warmer part of the planet...

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There was ‘Smoke on the water’, lingering over Lake Patumahoe, thanks to the Wind-chill factor and ‘the fire in the sky’, thanks to the sun throwing its piercing rays at the scarce cumulus over Mauku. The time was 07:22hrs, the grounds were firm and dry and the scene was set for some good hard Rock’n Roll Football. Click on the head-line to find out how the rocky show unveiled...  

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“Mai due senza tre”
 
The Red Devilz had a tricky away assignment in absolute atrocious conditions in Tuakau this morning, not phased by the unkind weather gods they did an Italian job to thePanthers.
The Lions went North to meet the Clendon Chargers in similar conditions.
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The rain stopped in time for kick off and the Tigers roared from the start with a goal within minutes. The Tigers had no reserves but even if they had none of the players would have wanted to come off. This was a game where everything that coach Peter Sutcliffe has worked on in training came together. Players moved in to space, slick passes were played through and everyone showed dogged determination to run to the very end. Defenders hustled, covered and hustled some more. Passes from the back set up sweeping movements with players calling and moving like seasoned veterans, and there was dynamite finishing in front of goal.  In short this was a great performance. Peter summed it up at half time when he asked the team "what can I tell you to improve your game? Nothing - just keep doing what you are doing, the football is great!"

 

 

 

 

 

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Everyone was suprised that matches weren't cancelled but a group of hardy 7 year olds turned up to play! From the first to last whistle the rain didn't stop and neither did the football and smiles from both sides.

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The Red Devilz hosted the Clendon Tigers under inhospitable conditions at Bledisloe Park, missing their prolific Sweet Touch, aka Carlon Keen., from the line-up was only the beginning of a morning of mishaps. Read on to learn about the sting of a Tiger.

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Red Devilz explore new grounds /Lions find themselves unexpectedly in the big smoke
The Red Devilz hosted the Waiuku Leopards on a crisp windy late morning, the signs were ominous; Waiuku had nothing to play for but the Devilz were looking to extend their unbeaten streak to nine in a row…. The Lions, coming of a 13:2 triumph last weekend were under the week promoted to the 3rd division; their first assignment saw them on a day’s excursion to Howick. How would they deal with the unexpected promotion in their championship round?  

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The Red Devilz travelled to Papakura to face the ninth grade Papakura McAttack in a top of the table clash. Two unbeaten teams with a bit of history between them - click through to re-live the excitement with us.

The Lions, coming of a table-topping grading round, expected a stern examination from the Waiuku Falcons. How would this team take to the promotion into the fourth division championship round?

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Roger Goulstone files his report from the seventh grade Silver Sharks' match against the Black Boats played on Saturday 2 June.

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The Red Devilz hosted the Tuakau Pumas in slippery conditions, no slip up but a bit of laboured Rocking and Rolling put the Pumas in a spin and out of the game. Read on to get all the action. The Lions had to deal with the Manukau Mischiefs in a top of the table clash, which delivered all the drama it promised. Read on to get a piece of it…

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The Red Devilz travelled to Drury to meet the Sharks for a lunch-time tussle. Coming off a midweek defeat against the aggressive Tuakau Panthers, the Devilz were out to redeem themselves against yet another predator. The Lions had a mid morning meeting with the Hawks and found themselves in an unusual position, less than five minutes into the game. Click on the head-line to find out how both teams fared.

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The Pukekohe 9th Grade Red Devilz hosted the Maraetai Dragons in picture perfect conditions, the spectacle which unfolded was befitting and the large crowd was raucous, in a nice, exuberant way. Why? Read on and you will find out. The 10th Grade Lions travelled to Manurewa for a battle with the Crusaders, the lunch-time bug struck first and a battle it became. Read on to see how the Lions fared.

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Pukekohe 9th Grade Red Devilz travelled to meet the Manurewa Vikings at the War Memorial Park, a war it was not but a battle royal ensued, would the Vikings come out victorious or would the Devilz continue their ‘helluva ride through the grading round? Read on and you will find out. The 10th Grade Lions played host to a feisty Papatoetoe United outfit, would the famous ‘Lions’ Roar’ awake Pukekohe out of yet another fabulous late autumn morning? Read on to see how the Lions fared.

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Pukekohe 9th Grade Red Devilz hosted Papakura Ardmore in a game which produced a total of 37 shots at goal, two penalties and three free kicks, goals? You will need to read on to find out. The 10th Grade Lions had to travel To Elm Park to face the Buckland’s Beach Hotspurs on a surface that resembled an orienteering track more than a football field. Read on to see how the Lions fared.

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Pukekohe 9th Grade Red Devilz squared off against the Papatoetoe Ninjas, the first half saw the Devilz take 8:3 shots on goal yet the half time score was 1:1 and the late morning kick-off did not seem to stimulate the Devilz to their match intensity witnessed the previous week. How would the Devilz react to the coach’s half time ‘helluva’ pep-talk? Click on the head-line and find out.

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