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Sep 1, 2002:  In another high scoring NPC round three game in Rotorua on Sunday afternoon, Blair Feeney's 21 points proved crucial as Otago outclassed Bay of Plenty 46-31
Aug 31, 2002:  Canterbury retained the Ranfurly Shield at Jade Stadium on Saturday evening , defeating a very spirited Southland challenge by 48-27
Aug 31, 2002:  An emphatic second half performance from Auckland saw them comfortably overcoming North Harbour 43 -7 in Saturday evening's battle of the Bridge at Eden Park
Aug 31, 2002:  Waikato are now the NPC First Division's only unbeaten side after a convincing , seven-try 48-19 win over Taranaki in New Plymouth on Saturday afternoon
Aug 30, 2002:  Wellington took maximum points at the Westpac Stadium on Friday evening, convincingly overcoming Northland 51-18 in a game of variable quality
Aug 25, 2002:  NPC champions Canterbury survived a real scare in Rotorua on Sunday afternoon, a Ben Blair treble allowing his side to scramble past Bay of Plenty, 35-30
Aug 24, 2002:  An extraordinary second half performance saw Taranaki score their second win of this NPC campaign, getting up to beat Otago, last year's beaten finalists, 36-30 in New Plymouth on Saturday evening
Aug 24, 2002:  Waikato went to the top of the NPC First Division after beating North Harbour 28 -16 in Hamilton on Saturday evening
Aug 24, 2002:  Southland made a good impression in the opening round of this year's NPC
Aug 23, 2002:  Auckland gained a measure of compensation for their loss last weekend to Taranaki and their dramatic, last-minute defeat in this fixture last year with a comfortable 34 -16 in Whangarei on Friday evening
Aug 18, 2002:  A fine weekend of NPC action came to a close in Hamilton on Sunday afternoon, Waikato overcoming a very spirited challenge from Southland to win 30-15
Aug 17, 2002:  In an extraordinary game of changing fortunes at Albany Stadium on Saturday evening, North Harbour held off Bay of Plenty's challenge to secure maximum championship points in a 39-33 victory
Aug 17, 2002:  In miserable conditions at Carisbrook on Saturday evening, Otago , beaten finalists in 2001, got their NPC campaign going with a workmanlike 21-12 victory over Northland
Aug 17, 2002:  Paul Tito's reign as Taranaki skipper started in sensational fashion at Eden Park on Saturday afternoon, his side getting up to beat Auckland 23-20 after a rousing second half comeback
Aug 16, 2002:  The 2002 NPC got underway at the Westpac Stadium on Friday evening with Wellington upsetting the defending champions Canterbury 33 - 24
Aug 14, 2002:  New Zealanders love this annual test of provincial loyalties almost more than anything else in the rugby calendar
Nov 21, 1999:  Outstanding Northland backrow forward Justin Collins has settled speculation about his future by signing with the Northland union for a further season
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