Bay of Plenty's Farah Palmer Cup campaign is over for another season after going down in their final round match against defending champs, Canterbury in Christchurch on Sunday. While the team was plagued with some injuries to their key players this season, it meant many of their younger and less experienced athletes got the chance to gain some valuable game-time experience, resulting in three wins from six games for the Volcanix. Reporter Adyn Ogle reports.
The Bay of Plenty Volcanix may have wrapped up their season with a 40-7 loss to Canterbury but coach Rodney Gibbs believes they have laid a solid platform for next year.
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Sunday's final-round Farah Palmer Cup premiership match had the Volcanix in a tough challenge against Canterbury, the defending champs, in Christchurch.
The Volcanix showed their