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2 July: Tawa College retain Beard Trophy

Tawa College retained the Beard Trophy with a 10-6 win over Aotea College at Jerry Collins Stadium on Wednesday night.†

30 June: Rugby on Wednesday

For those that can't wait until Saturday, there's plenty of rugby on Wednesday:

Quadrangular Tournament at Wellington College
Midday – Wanganui Collegiate v Christs College and 1.30pm – Wellington College v Nelson College

Traditional and WelTec Premiership at Rongotai College
1.30pm – Rongotai v St Pats Silverstream (@Rongotai)

Beard Trophy at Jerry Collins Stadium
6.30pm – Tawa defending against Aotea’s challenge

Paris Memorial Trophy Colts at Ngatitoa Domain
7.15pm – Tawa v Paremata-Plimmerton (catch-up match)

30 June: Proctor and May in Maori All Blacks

Matt Proctor (Oriental-Rongotai) and Ben May (Old Boys-University) are the two current Wellington players named in he Maori All Blacks squad. They play Fiji in Suva on Saturay 11 July and the New Barbarians in Auckland on Saturday 18 July.

29 June: Quadrangular Tournament Monday and Wednesday

UPDATE: Nelson College beat Wanganui Collegiate 30-7 and Wellington College defeated Christ's College 36-8 in day one matches. Wellington College is hosting the 2015 Quadrangular Tournament this Monday and Wednesday, featuring Christ’s College, Nelson College, Wanganui Collegiate and Wellington College.† Wellington College has had 33 wins, followed by Nelson with 18, Wanganui and Christ’s both with 14. Wellington College has won it 12 successive times since 2003, but this so far have their season has been modest. On Monday, Wanganui Collegiate and Nelson College meet at 12pm and Wellington College and Christ’s play at 1.30pm.

28 June Super Rugby final in Wellington
28 June: Super Rugby final in Wellington

The 2015 Super Rugby final will be an all New Zealand affair at Westpac Stadium in Wellington next week between the home side the Hurricanes and visitors the Highlanders after both combined brawn with brains in beating Australian teams in their semi-finals. The Hurricanes beat the best defensive team in the competition, the Brumbies, four tries to nil, 29-9 at home, while the Highlanders engineered a second half rugby clinic to beat the Waratahs 35-17 in Sydney. Ticket details to follow.

26 June: Old Timers' Days 27 June

Three Wellington clubs are holding their Old Timers' Days tomorrow. All past players and supporters are welcome at their clubrooms all afternoon and throughout the evening. These clubs being: Old Boys University, Northern United and Avalon Wolves.

26 June: A century for Aaron Gage

Aaron Gage will play his blazer game of 100 appearances tomorrow for Wainuiomata against Wellington in their fourth round Jubilee Cup match. Gage made his starting debut for the Wainuiomata Premiers in 2009 and has played variously at flanker, No. 8 and at lock where he plays tomorrow.

25 June: Hurricanes team named for semi-final stampede

The Hurricanes team to host the Brumbies on Saturday night in their Super Rugby semi-final has been named. See the side hoping to hold off the Horsemen†here†

24 June: First XV matches today

Scots College takes on Lindisfarne College at 12.15pm and St Pat's Silverstream hosts Palmerston North Boys' High School at 1.30pm, in two mid-week First XV matches today. UPDATE: Scots College beat Lindisfarne 34-11 and PNBHS defeated St Pat's Silverstream 33-30.

23 June  Umaga appointed to Blues post
23 June: Umaga appointed to Blues post

Tana Umaga (Petone) has been named as the new Blues Head Coach. Former All Blackcs captain Umaga said it was an honour to take up the role with the Blues.“I am excited at the opportunity and of course understand there’s a big challenge ahead for us all,” said Umaga. “I know there are a lot of very good players signed on and I look forward to working with them. There’s no quick fix to turn things around. It is going to take a lot of very hard work which will be my focus. I want to let our performances on the field do the talking.”

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Best & Fairest

Best & Fairest Week 15 - 27 June:

Billy Wallace competition Best & Fairest points competition pacesetters after the fourth round of the Jubilee Cup are (Hardham Cup players not allocated points in the second round):

18 points: Adam Deck (Wellington)
17 points: James So’oialo (Tawa)
15 points: TJ Fermanis (Tawa)
14 points: Vaea Fifita (Wellington), Nick Grigg (Petone)
13 points: Joseph Scheres (Poneke)
11 points: Sheridan Rangihuna (HOBM), Fa’atonu Fili (MSP), Whetu Henry (Ories)
10 points: Issac O'Connor (MSP),
8 points: Joyner Key (Upper Hutt Rams), Afa Fa’atau (Ories), Wes Goosen (OBU), Telea Seumanutafa (Tawa),
7 points:†Tyler Tane (Wainuiomata), Jackson Garden-Bachop (Norths), Pati Gaualofa (Tawa), Ambrose Curtis (Ories), Johnny Bentley (HOBM)
6 points:†Jordan Simpson-Hefft (Upper Hutt Rams), Api Naikatini (Norths), Valentine Meachen (MSP), Murphy Taramai (Upper Hutt Rams), Cameron Ross (Wainuiomata), John Monu (Wainuiomata), Mitch Clarke (OBU), Lester Maulolo (Petone)
5 points:† Luke Campbell (OBU), Alexis Time (HOBM), Piri Parone (Petone), Galu Taufale (Poneke), Greg Mullany (Poneke), Sam McNicol (Petone), Frae Wilson (Wainuiomata), Greg Foe (Poneke), Aukuso Tuitama (Ories), Sam Gard’ner (Wellington), Saimon Lomaloma (Ories),Danny Tusitala (OBU)

*Updates above are unofficial, and subject to change if inaccurate.†

Featured Points Table
Jubilee Cup Premier 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 4 4 0 0 113 67 1 17
Tawa 4 3 1 0 115 94 2 14
Ories 4 2 1 1 109 65 2 12
Petone 4 2 2 0 88 116 2 10
Marist St Pats 4 2 2 0 84 102 0 8
Wainui 4 1 3 0 75 93 2 6
HOBM 4 0 3 1 90 111 3 5
Wellington 4 1 3 0 96 122 0 4
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Hardham Cup Premier 2 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Upper Hutt Rams 4 3 1 0 156 90 3 15
J'ville 4 3 1 0 146 95 3 15
Norths 4 3 1 0 112 93 3 15
Avalon 4 2 2 0 106 98 2 10
Tawa 4 2 2 0 80 121 2 10
Pare-Plim 4 2 2 0 67 85 0 8
Poneke 4 1 3 0 65 86 2 6
Petone 4 0 4 0 34 98 1 1
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Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Victoria Tavern Trophy 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 1 1 0 0 49 19 1 5
Ories 1 1 0 0 87 7 1 5
Avalon 2 1 1 0 45 43 1 5
OBU 2 1 1 0 52 63 1 5
HOBM 2 0 2 0 17 118 0 0
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Senior Womenís 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Wainui 2 2 0 0 125 5 2 10
Poneke 2 1 1 0 94 68 1 5
Tawa 2 1 1 0 53 62 1 5
J'ville 2 0 2 0 5 142 0 0
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Paris Memorial Trophy U21s 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 11 11 0 0 353 108 7 51
OBU 10 9 1 0 390 73 9 45
Upper Hutt Rams 10 8 2 0 264 170 7 39
Poneke 10 8 2 0 224 151 6 38
Petone 10 7 3 0 348 102 7 35
HOBM 11 7 4 0 242 175 7 35
Tawa 11 6 4 1 285 191 5 31
Wellington 10 6 4 0 185 179 4 28
Marist St Pats 10 5 4 1 235 198 4 26
Ories 10 3 7 0 210 233 7 19
J'ville 10 3 7 0 135 354 5 17
Wainui 10 2 8 0 100 260 3 11
Avalon 11 0 10 1 115 372 5 5
Pare-Plim 10 1 8 1 92 319 0 4
OBU 10 0 7 3 65 358 0 0
Featured Points Table
Paul Potiki U85kg Div1 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU Onslow Bunnies 2 2 0 0 85 11 2 10
HOBM 2 2 0 0 25 0 0 8
Poneke 1 1 0 0 39 14 1 5
Tawa 1 1 0 0 32 15 1 5
Avalon 2 1 1 0 17 17 0 4
J'ville 2 1 1 0 39 49 0 4
Wellington 2 0 2 0 17 32 1 1
Eastbourne 2 0 2 0 19 68 0 0
MSP Reds 2 0 2 0 6 73 0 0
Featured Points Table
Johnsonville Centennium Cup 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Petone 2 2 0 0 29 22 2 10
OBU 2 2 0 0 51 32 1 9
HOBM 2 2 0 0 25 24 1 9
Stokes 2 1 1 0 53 28 2 6
Poneke 2 1 0 1 35 15 1 5
Marist St Pats 2 1 1 0 62 50 1 5
Petone 2 1 1 0 17 31 1 5
Norths 2 0 2 0 37 49 3 3
Tawa 2 0 1 1 3 29 0 0
Marist St Pats 2 0 1 1 15 47 0 0
Today In History
02 July 1994: It’s a top-of-the-table clash between two unbeaten teams but Petone make no race of it, beating Avalon 57-6. Mike Umaga is Petone’s star, scoring a try and setting up several more.
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