Sports draws

Gisborne Cycling Club events — visitors and new cyclists welcome.

Saturday — Club race (non-series): 39-kilometre handicap race. Sign on: 1.30pm to 1.50pm at Bilham Road. Start: 2pm. Marshals: Noel Holden, Neil Koevoet.

Sunday — Group ride at 8am from Avantiplus Maintrax. This is a friendly group ride for anyone wanting to ride with others. Approximate pace will be 25kmh.

Gisborne Harrier Club events

Sunday — Gizzy Trail Run No.5: Millmore Forest (off Mander Road). Registration: 9.15am. Start: 10am. Dress in blue to show support for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Bake sale and donation buckets available. All money raised will go to the cause. Short, medium, and long courses — all welcome. Free for Gisborne Harrier Club members. Adult/youth casual: $15/$5. Under 7s: free. Remember to bring your drink bottle and keep-cup. This is a waste-free event.

LOTTO FEDERATION CUP FINAL — SATURDAY, 2pm: Harry Barker Reserve 1, Heavy Equipment Services Gisborne United v Massey University.

GISBORNE CHAMPIONSHIP, DIVISION 1 — 12 noon: Childers Road Reserve 1, Carpet Court Thistle Massive v Heavy Equipment Services United (1).

12.30pm: Wainui, Sunshine Brewery Wainui Sharks v Gisborne Boys’ High School (1).

2.30pm: Wainui, Coates Associates Wainui Demons v Lytton High School (1).

DIVISION 2 — 2.30pm: CRR 1, Thistle Vintage v ShipWreck Bohemians.

Bye: GBHS (2).

GISBORNE CONFERENCE — 12 noon: Campion, Campion College v Heavy Equipment Services Gisborne United (3).

12.30pm: Lytton, Lytton High School (2) v Bohemians; Nelson Park 2, Smash Palace Shockers v ITM Thistle.

Bye: GBHS (3).

The draw for Saturday (all games at Awapuni Stadium) —

11.30am, 5th/6th playoff: Ngatapa Stags v Turanga Panthers.

1pm, 1v2, winners go to final: Paikea Whalers v Manutuke Mustangs.

2.30pm, 3v4, losers finish fourth, winners play losers of 1v2: Central Falcons v Waengapu Stallions.

Heartland Championship, SATURDAY: Contract Consultants Poverty Bay play Wairarapa Bush in Masterton at 2.30pm.

Ngati Porou East Coast play King Country at Whakarua Park, Ruatoria, at 2.30pm.

Gisborne Cycling Club events — visitors and new cyclists welcome.

Saturday — Club race (non-series): 39-kilometre handicap race. Sign on: 1.30pm to 1.50pm at Bilham Road. Start: 2pm. Marshals: Noel Holden, Neil Koevoet.

Sunday — Group ride at 8am from Avantiplus Maintrax. This is a friendly group ride for anyone wanting to ride with others. Approximate pace will be 25kmh.

Gisborne Harrier Club events

Sunday — Gizzy Trail Run No.5: Millmore Forest (off Mander Road). Registration: 9.15am. Start: 10am. Dress in blue to show support for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Bake sale and donation buckets available. All money raised will go to the cause. Short, medium, and long courses — all welcome. Free for Gisborne Harrier Club members. Adult/youth casual: $15/$5. Under 7s: free. Remember to bring your drink bottle and keep-cup. This is a waste-free event.

LOTTO FEDERATION CUP FINAL — SATURDAY, 2pm: Harry Barker Reserve 1, Heavy Equipment Services Gisborne United v Massey University.

GISBORNE CHAMPIONSHIP, DIVISION 1 — 12 noon: Childers Road Reserve 1, Carpet Court Thistle Massive v Heavy Equipment Services United (1).

12.30pm: Wainui, Sunshine Brewery Wainui Sharks v Gisborne Boys’ High School (1).

2.30pm: Wainui, Coates Associates Wainui Demons v Lytton High School (1).

DIVISION 2 — 2.30pm: CRR 1, Thistle Vintage v ShipWreck Bohemians.

Bye: GBHS (2).

GISBORNE CONFERENCE — 12 noon: Campion, Campion College v Heavy Equipment Services Gisborne United (3).

12.30pm: Lytton, Lytton High School (2) v Bohemians; Nelson Park 2, Smash Palace Shockers v ITM Thistle.

Bye: GBHS (3).

The draw for Saturday (all games at Awapuni Stadium) —

11.30am, 5th/6th playoff: Ngatapa Stags v Turanga Panthers.

1pm, 1v2, winners go to final: Paikea Whalers v Manutuke Mustangs.

2.30pm, 3v4, losers finish fourth, winners play losers of 1v2: Central Falcons v Waengapu Stallions.

Heartland Championship, SATURDAY: Contract Consultants Poverty Bay play Wairarapa Bush in Masterton at 2.30pm.

Ngati Porou East Coast play King Country at Whakarua Park, Ruatoria, at 2.30pm.

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