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26 November: Sosi in Southland Stags Sevens
26 November: Sosi in Southland Stags Sevens

Tauasosi Tuimavave (Poneke) has today been named in Southland’s Sevens squad, to prepare for the South Island Regional qualifiers on 13 December and then the National 7s in the New Year.

25 November: Waldrom recalled to England squad
Thomas Waldrom (Avalon) has been brought into England's squad to play Australia this coming weekend. Waldom has been on fire so far this English season, helping his side the Exeter Chiefs to six wins from their first eight matches. 
24 November: Rugby mascots fail to fire
24 November: Rugby mascots fail to fire
Worn out by a long season cheering on the Hurricanes and the Lions, Captain Hurricane and Leo the Lion both finished in the chasing pack in Sunday's inaugural Twenty20 competition Georgie Pie Super Smash Dash for Cash Mascot Race. The Saints basketball mascot, the Gorilla, won the event and earned $500 to donate to chosen charity Ronald McDonald House.
23 November: Wellington wins Auckland 7s
23 November: Wellington wins Auckland 7s
UPDATED: The Wellington Men's team won the Auckland 7s tournament this weekend. On day two, Wellington beat the Northcote club 33-12 in their quarterfinal, Counties Manukau 7-5 in their semi-final and Waikato 24-7 in the final. Greg Foe was the tournament MVP and Hayden Schrijvers was the Tournament’s top try-scorer. The Wellington women finished fourth, missing out to Counties-Manukau 10-15 in their playoff for third and fourth. Auckland won the women’s section. 
22nd November 22 November: Mixed bag at Auckland 7s
22nd November: 22 November: Mixed bag at Auckland 7s
The Wellington Men’s 7s team had a mixed bag on the opening day of the Auckland 7s today. In their three pool games they beat Kelston Boys’ High School 45-0, beat North Harbour 21-19 and lost to Waikato 14-19. The Men’s crossover matches and women’s competition takes place tomorrow.
22nd November: Poneke win Poverty Bay Weka 7s
Wellington’s Poneke has won the Poverty Bay Weka Invitation 7s at Gisborne, beating the Poverty Bay ITM Cup 7s Olympians side 24-12 in the final. Earlier in the day, Poneke had beaten Hawke’s Bay club champions Havelock North 27-7, lost to the Olympians 12-17, beat Brothers 29-10, and beat Tamatea 21-5.
22nd November: Silverstream win U15 7s tournament
St Pat's Silverstream has won the inaugural Wellington Secondary Schools U15s 7s tournament, with a convincing win in the final over Wainuiomata High School. Silverstream won all four of their pool matches to top their pool, while Wainuiomata won the other pool with three wins, a loss and a draw - scoring a last-gasp try to draw with Wellington College and make the final. 
21st November: International caps for Koroi and Leiataua
Taniela Koroi (Tawa) and Manu Leiataua (Ories) are both featuring in international rugby at present. Koroi was set to make his international Test debut off the bench for Fiji against the USA on Friday (NZT), while former Ories Premier hooker Leiataua, who currently plays for French club Aurilliac, was called into Samoa’s team against Cananda last weekend and earned his third Test cap.

21st November: U15 7s tournament tomorrow
The future is on show tomorrow at Naenae College with the Wellington Secondary Schools Boys’ U15 7s tournament. The tournament runs from 9.00 am to 1.40 pm, with 10 schools involved in two pools. Pool A teams are: St Pat’s Silverstream, Bishop Viard College, Aotea College, Taita College and Naenae College. Pool B teams are: Wellington College, St Pat’s Town, Rongotai College, Tawa College and Wainuiomata HS.
21st November: Wellington club rugby players in Samoan team
No fewer than seven of the 23 players in Samoa’s match-day squad involved in Sunday’s (kick-off 8.00 am NZT) Test match at Twickenham against England have plied their trade in Wellington club rugby recently. These players are:  Alapati Leuia (Norths), Rey Lee-Lo (MSP), Jack Lam (Ories), Kane Thompson (Wests Roosters), Manu Leiataua (Ories), Anthony Perenise (Norths) and TJ Ioane (Old Boys University). 

19th November 19 November: IRB is now World Rugby
19th November: 19 November: IRB is now World Rugby
Rugby’s overlord, the International Rugby Board (IRB) is now “World Rugby”. At the conclusion of the 2014 World Rugby Conference in London last night, the IRB revealed it would be now known as ‘World Rugby’, in an effort to engage audiences worldwide. Rugby is booming internationally with participation increasing from two million to 6.6 million in the last four years.

16th November: 16 November: Thrush seals win
Lock Jeremy Thrush (Hutt Old Boys Marist) sealed a Man of the Match performance against Scotland by powering over to score the match winning try a few minutes from the end in the All Blacks’ 24-16 win. Leading by a point, Thrush’s try meant the All Blacks have still never lost to Scotland, since 1905. Earlier, Victor Vito (Marist St Pat’s) scored New Zealand’s other try of the match.
14th November: 14 November: Umaga for U20s
Former Petone, Wellington and Hurricanes stalwart Tana Umaga has been named as Assistant Coach of the NZ U20s in 2015. Canterbury's Scott Robertson and Tasman's Leon MacDonald are also part of the coaching team. 
13th November: Run for the Hills fundraiser
In March this year, Hurricanes and Lions flanker Adam Hill's brother Jeff was waiting to get a taxi home after catching up with some friends in Ashburton when he was brutally assaulted and left lying on the pavement with severe head injuries. The unprovoked assault left Jeff in Christchurch Hospital with a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. At the time his wife Katie was seven months pregnant with the couple's second child. On Saturday 22 November, Adam Hill, Adam's partner Rosie and a group of mates including current Old Boys University Premier Manager Dan Keith are running the Queenstown Marathon to raise funds for Jeff Hill. Donate
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Best & Fairest

Jubilee Cup Round Final points

Points awarded in the Jubilee Cup final were: 3 to Steven Bradshaw (HOBM), 2 to Chase Tiatia (HOBM) and 1 to Shahn Eru (Wainuiomata). The final Billy Wallace Best & Fairest competition points table for 2014 is (note Hardham Cup players aren't awarded points in the second round):

22 points: Ben Tupuola (Wainuiomata)
19 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), Greg Lealofi (Wainuiomata), Shahn Eru (Wainuiomata),
8 points: Nick Grigg (Petone), Fa'atonu Fili (MSP), Pau Halafihi (Ories)
7 points: Galu Taufale (Poneke), Taniela Manu (Upper Hutt Rams), Paulo Aukuso (Ories), Ardie Savea (Ories), Josh Robertson-Weepu (Wainuiomata)
6 points: 10 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
Victoria Tavern Trophy Women's 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 7 6 1 0 281 40 7 31
Ories 7 6 1 0 426 54 6 30
Wainui 7 6 1 0 262 92 3 27
Avalon 7 4 2 1 201 131 3 19
OBU 7 3 4 0 203 114 4 16
Stokes 7 2 5 0 63 281 2 10
Tawa 7 1 6 0 17 467 1 5
Poneke 7 0 6 1 46 320 1 1
Featured Points Table
Paul Potiki U85kg Div1 2014
  P W L D F A B Pts
MSP Blues 8 8 0 0 243 56 4 36
Tawa 9 8 1 0 174 77 4 32
Poneke 9 5 4 0 163 114 6 26
Waikanae 8 6 2 0 138 125 1 25
Eastbourne 8 4 4 0 135 155 4 20
Upper Hutt Rams 8 3 4 1 118 131 4 16
Avalon 8 2 6 0 58 114 5 13
OBU Onslow Bunnies 8 0 7 1 86 178 5 5
OBU Onslow Spartans 8 0 6 2 43 208 2 2
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