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Mont-Dore make it two in a row

Mont-Dore wrapped up the 2011 Super League with a comprehensive 7-1 victory over Gaïtcha to become the best side in New Caledonia once again and retain their place in the Pacific’s premier club competition.
Four Mont-Dore players got on the scoresheet and the side, co-coached by Percy Avock and Thierry Sardo, did not waste much time in taking the lead, Jean-Marc Hmaloko pouncing in just the sixth minute to get the scoring underway.
But Gaïtcha were still very much in the contest after the first half hour and were back on level terms when Joann Bako found the net in the 34th minute.
Despite the setback of losing their advantage, Mont-Dore continued to dictate proceedings though and edged in front again with a George Benarune own goal only two minutes after the equaliser.
A second strike to Hmaloko made it 3-1 at the break and the score ballooned in the second period due to a double from Michel Hmae, a 2011 Pacific Games winner with the New Caledonia national team, and further goals to Patrick Diaike and Kalaje Gnipate.
Thio Sport beat Qanono 3-2 in the other play-off match on the final day of the league season.
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