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    Bay of Plenty have kept their play-off hopes alive in rugby's NPC, beating Northland 22-14 in Rotorua

    Bay of Plenty have kept their play-off hopes alive in rugby's NPC, beating Northland 22-14 in Rotorua


    The home side made a first half statement, with winger Peni Lasaqa scoring twice in the opening 23 minutes.

    Northland second-five Blake Hohaia was sent to the sin bin for a dangerous clean out, but dotted down before half time, where Bay of Plenty led 10-7.

    Second half tries to lock Manaaki Selby-Rickit and hooker Nathan Harris helped seal victory.

    BUNNINGS NPC COVERAGE WITH KENNARD'S HIRE. EQUIPMENT TO TACKLE WHATEVER, WHENEVER, WHEREVER

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