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25 July: Century for Monu
Congratulations to Wainuiomata first five-eighth John Monu who is set to play his 100th Premier game for the Green & Blacks in tomorrow's historic home Jubilee Cup semi-final at William Jones Park against Marist St Pat's.†
25 July: 150 games for Aukuso
Oriental-Rongotai centre Paulo Aukuso is set to play his 150th Premier match for Ories against Hutt Old Boys Marist in tomorrow's Jubilee Cup semi-final at the Hutt Rec. Second five-eighth Trevor Marama plays his 50th match and blazer game for Ories as well.†
24 July: All Blacks tipped for semi-final
Ma'a Nonu and Julian Savea have been given the all clear to play in this Saturday's Jubilee Cup semi-final at the Hutt Rec, kick-off 2.30 pm, for their Oriental-Rongotai team against Hutt Old Boys Marist reports the Dominion Post this morning.
21 July: Wellington U19s named
The Wellington U19s will play a series of inter-provincial matches, culminating in the new national U19 competition in Taupo from September 27 to October 4.
FORWARDS: Leni Apisai (Norths), Connor Maddix Wipaeri (PK), Morgan Poi (OBU),Andrew Mamea (WoA),Anthony Mamea (WoA), Sam Dawson (Wellington), Jack Ross (Petone), James Blackwell (Petone), Liam Hallam-Eames (Ories), Sam Wasley (UH Rams), Henry Stowers (WoA), Te Ariki Ben-Nicholas (OBU). BACKS: Luke Campbell (OBU), Chase Tiatia (HOBM), Pakai Turia (Poneke), Wes Goosen (Petone), Willie Tufui (Petone), Troy Mohr (UH Rams), Frances Tanuvasa (HOBM), Faraimo Nofoaiga (Tawa), Fereti Soloa (HOBM), Alex Noble Campbell (Petone), Sam McNicol (Petone), Ryan Saunders (Wellington), Josh Robertson-Weepu (WoA). Plus Nine WTG players.
23rd July: 23 July: First XV matches today
The St Pat's Town and St Pat's Silverstream First XVs meet in their Traditional and last round Premier 1 match today, kick-off 12.30 pm at Evans Bay Park, and the Tawa and Porirua College First XVs play at Porirua Park at 5.30 pm in the final of the Co-ed Cup. The winner of the Tawa and Porirua College match advances to the Hurricanes region Co-ed Cup playoffs. Update: The Co-ed Cup final has been postponed until next Wednesday.
23rd July Jubilee Cup semi-finals
23rd July: Jubilee Cup semi-finals
Jubilee Cup semi-finals
23rd July Hardham Cup semi-finals
23rd July: Hardham Cup semi-finals
Hardham Cup semi-finals
22nd July: 22 July: Historic match for St Pat's Old Boys
Update: St Pat's Town Old Boys won this match 46-12. Old Boys of the St Pat's Town and St Pat's Silverstream colleges play each other at Kilbirnie Park this afternoon.The Silverstream team comprises players from around New Zealand, (including one player travelling to the match from the Philippines). BLK Sport have designed commemorative jerseys for each team.
21st July: 21 July: New photo galleries
Several new photo galleries have been added to the Photos section above from the weekend's club rugby in Wellington. Over 100 galleries for the season now to peruse.
19th July: 19 July: Eru off to Italy
Blockbusting Wainuiomata lock/flanker and former NZ U20S player Shahn Eru has signed a one-year contract to play in the Italian League with the Petrarca Padova club, the Dominion Post reports. Italy's gain, Wellington's loss.
19th July: 19 July: Brighouse signs with Otago
Former NZ U20 prop Donald Brighouse (Marist St. Pat's) has signed a two year deal with Otago rugby and will play for Otago in this year's ITM Cup. Brighouse joins Otago from Auckland where he has been playing club rugby this season for Marist alongside former MSP teammate and lock Charlie Graham. Brighouse and TJ Ioane (OBU) are the two Wellington players in Otago's squad this year, following the recent retitement of Buxton Popoalii (Northern United).
19th July 19 July: HOBM win Andy Leslie Trophy
19th July: 19 July: HOBM win Andy Leslie Trophy
HOBM won the Andy Leslie Trophy for finishing as top qualifier for the Jubilee Cup semi-finals, which are played on Saturday 26 July.
18th July: 18 July: Blazer game for Poneke centre
Poneke centre Cole Stewart plays his blazer game for Poneke tomorrow (30 starting caps) in Poneke's final round-robin match against Avalon at Kilbirnie Park tomorrow. Poneke just need one point from this fixture to secure a home semi-final.
18th July: 18 July: Alterations and transfers
Navigate the Draws & Results section above for some ground transfers and alterations to kick-off times to all competitions we cover. Changes tomorrow to games in the Hardham, Ed Chaney, HD Morgan Memorial, John E Kelly Cups, the Paul Potiki Shield and the Victoria Tavern Trophy.†
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Best & Fairest

Jubilee Cup Round 7 points

The Billy Wallace Best & Fairest competition points table after the seventh round set of Jubilee Cup matches on 19 July and with just the semi-finals and final to go is (note Hardham Cup players aren't awarded points in the second round):

19 points: Ben Tupuola (Wainuiomata)

17 points: Chase Tiatia (HOBM)

15 points: Isaac O'Connor (MSP)

14 points: Vaea Fifita (Wellington)

12 points: Isaia Petelo (MSP)

11 points: James Proctor (Ories), Greg Mullany (OBU)

10 points: Parataiso Silafai-Leaanaa (HOBM)

9 points: Mateaki Kafatolu (Petone), Sam Blair (Tawa), Josh Hrstich (Petone), Tolu Fahamokia (Tawa)

8 points: Nick Grigg (Petone), Shahn Eru (Wainuiomata), Fa'atonu Fili (MSP)

7 points: Galu Taufale (Poneke), Taniela Manu (Upper Hutt Rams), Paulo Aukuso (Ories), Greg Lealofi (Wainuiomata), Pau Halafihi (Ories), Ardie Savea (Ories)

6 points: 11 players on 6 points.

Featured Points Table
Jubilee Cup Premier 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 7 6 1 0 159 127 2 26
Wainui 7 4 2 1 145 127 4 22
Marist St Pats 7 4 3 0 196 159 3 19
Ories 7 3 4 0 187 144 5 17
Upper Hutt Rams 7 3 4 0 148 198 4 16
OBU 7 3 4 0 155 159 3 15
Tawa 7 2 4 1 126 167 2 12
Petone 7 2 5 0 126 161 2 10
Featured Points Table
Hardham Cup Premier 2 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 7 6 1 0 282 93 7 31
Poneke 7 6 1 0 219 75 5 29
Wellington 7 5 2 0 207 135 4 24
Avalon 7 4 3 0 156 167 3 19
J'ville 7 3 4 0 140 165 1 13
OBU 7 2 5 0 109 175 1 9
Pare-Plim 7 1 6 0 135 195 4 8
Marist St Pats 7 1 6 0 80 323 2 6
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern Trophy Women's 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 5 5 0 0 195 23 5 25
Ories 5 4 1 0 264 47 4 20
Wainui 5 4 1 0 156 77 2 18
OBU 5 3 2 0 181 61 3 15
Avalon 5 2 2 1 152 116 2 10
Tawa 4 1 3 0 0 218 1 5
Poneke 5 0 4 1 27 225 0 0
Stokes 4 0 4 0 10 218 0 0
Featured Points Table
Premier 1 First XV 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
Silverstream 7 7 0 0 226 76 6 34
Scots 7 6 1 0 349 80 8 32
St. Pat's Town 7 5 2 0 217 105 5 25
Well Coll 7 3 4 0 164 131 5 17
HIBS 7 3 4 0 89 216 2 14
Rongotai 7 2 5 0 89 197 1 9
St. Bernard's 7 2 5 0 93 209 1 9
Naenae College 7 0 7 0 42 255 1 1
Today In History


25 July

1959: Petone will have to wait another round to claim the Jubilee Cup after losing dramatically to Marist 9-11. Petone think that they have scored the match and championship winning try at the end, but the referee rules otherwise. Heading into next week’s last round, the points table thus has Petone on 22 and University, Wellington, Athletic and Marist all on 21. With two points for a win, Petone can still claim the title outright. They do.

1981: MSP are now clear-cut favourites to take out this year’s Jubilee Cup in three weeks from now, beating Wellington 24-14. Murray Tocker kicks five out of seven of his attempts on goal. Petone are now clear second, after coming back from 0-3 at halftime to beat Poneke 19-3.

1987: Veteran midfield back Jim Moragn takes full advantage of a drifting Poneke defence to dash in for tries in Wellington’s 25-6 win to see them clear leaders at the top of the Jubilee Cup table after four rounds. Wellington FC goes on to win this year’s Jubilee Cup – its last ever championship win.

1998: Western Suburbs are too slick for Tawa in the Final at the Petone Recreation Ground. Their outside backs score all eight tries in the 53-21 win - centre Mark Fatialofa and fullback Toby Robson scoring two tries each. For Wests, it’s their first (and only) Jubilee Cup since† the club’s formation in 1983, while Tawa are playing in their first and only final.

2009: Already confirmed semi-finalists Northern United beat Petone 29-20 in the last round set of matches today, this result ensuring Poneke, who beat Ories 18-5,† qualifies top and wins the Andy Leslie Trophy. Petone finish second, MSP third and Norths fourth - the latter pair going on to meet in the final.

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