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25 October Village Kings tournament
TODAY at Evans Bay Park, Wellington, the Wellington Samoa Rugby Union is hosting its third annual Village Kings tournament. This year's Village Kings tournament is 10s rugby, with Pool play starting at 9.00 am and the final scheduled for 4.30 pm. †
Norths 10s tournament 2015
The second annual Northern United 10s tournament has been set down for 14 February 2015, to be held at the Bernie Wood Memorial Turf, Ascot Park Porirua. The club is now accepting entries from the following grades: Men’s (12 teams), Women’s (four teams) and Colts (four teams). †Cost per team $100 to confirm entry into the tournament. Email Ron Wood at President@northsrugby.co.nz†

22 October: Referees for final named
Wellington’s Garratt Williamson (referee) and Mike Fraser (AR1) have been selected as two of the three match officials for Friday night’s ITM Championship final in Palmerston North between Manawatu and Hawke’s Bay. Glen Jackson will referee the Premiership final on Saturday between Taranaki and Tasman.†

20 October: Photos from the weekend
Five new photo galleries have been added from the weekend's rugby action around Wellington, one Women's NPC gallery and four from Saturday's WRFU Open 7s tournament at Naenae College. Visit Photos above to view these and the other 204 galleries posted this year.†
20th October: 20 October: Gopperth, Leiua involved in key clash
Jimmy Gopperth (Petone and Old Boys University) has helped guide his Leinster team to a comeback 25-20 win over Wasps in their European Champions Cup clash overnight. Trailing 8-20, Gopperth was part of the fightback, placing a well-weighted stab kick through for a key try. For Wasps, Alapati Leiua (Northern United) was at second five-eighth and his contribution for the losing side was to score a 100 metre runaway try.†
17th October: 17 October: NZ Womenís Rugby Invitational XVs tournament
The NZ Women's Rugby Invitational XVs Tournament - a one day competition specifically created for provincial union women’s representative rugby teams who currently do not compete in the Women’s Provincial Competition – is tomorrow in Hamilton. A Wellington Barbarians side will join several other teams in nine fast-paced 40 minute games. More information to follow next week
17th October: 17 October: Wellington Pride playing tomorrow
The Wellington Pride are looking to end their 2014 Women's NPC season like their men's counterparts last weekend - with a win. The Pride host the Hawke's Bay Tuis at Porirua Park tomorrow at 12.30 pm in their last round match. Victory would see the Pride leapfrog Hawke's Bay into a seventh placed finish.†
16th October: 16 October: Local referees in ITM Cup action
The Wellington Lions’ season is over, but for local referees Mike Fraser, Ben O’Keeffe and Richard Gordon are still involved in the ITM Cup. Fraser will referee Saturday’s major Premiership semi-final between Taranaki and Auckland, while O’Keeffe will officiate Saturday’s Championship playoff between Manawatu and Southland with Gordon running touch.†

13th October: 13 October: Petone name new Premier Coaches for 2015
Daniel Farani and Riki Flutey will coach the Petone Premiers in 2015. Both are vastly experienced players, with Farani a former Samoan international, Sharks Super Rugby and European club loose forward and Flutey a former British and Irish Lion international, Hurricane and current Wellington Lion. One more Premier coach will be confirmed. Dion Ross and Tui Bradbrook will coach the Petone Senior 1sts.†
10th October: 10 October: Wellington Lions named
The Ricoh Wellington Lions team has been named to play North Harbour. This is their last match of the season. Kick-off 2.35 pm Saturday at Westpac Stadium.†
10th October 10 October: Taulapapa in Samoan squad
10th October: 10 October: Taulapapa in Samoan squad
Halfback Jack Taulapapa (Johnsonville) has been named in Samoa's squad for their upcoming Northern Europe. Other Wellington players in squad are Anthony Perenise (Northern United), Kane Thompson (Wests Roosters), TJ Ioane (Old Boys University), Jack Lam (Ories), Alapati Leiua (Northern United) and Rey Lee Lo (MSP)
7th October: 7 October: New Photo galleries posted
Visit Photos across the top of this page to view visual records of the two schools international matches played at Porirua Park this past weekend and the U19 final on Sunday between Wellington and Canterbury.
6th October 6 October: Stand by Me book launch by Sir John Kirwan
6th October: 6 October: Stand by Me book launch by Sir John Kirwan
Charting Sir John Kirwan's personal experiences as a father, and featuring the real voices of young people today, his new book Stand By Me investigates issues around teenage mental health, with a focus on depression and anxiety.†Join JK for an hour of conversation about his life and his own experiences with anxiety and depression. John will be signing copies of his book at the Wellington Girls' College Auditorium on Tuesday 7 October from 6.15 pm - 7.15 pm (doors open 5.45 pm). Tickets: $19 †(concessions $15) available from†eventfinder.co.nz†or on the door
4th October: 4 October: New photo galleries added
Visit Photos above to view new photo galleries of representative U16 and U19 rugby and the Schools International series. More galleries being added this weekend - check our www.facebook.com/nzclubrugby page initially and then back here for a permanent record.†
Condor 7s on Labour Day
Sevens Rugby | 24 October 2014
NZ Womenís Rugby Invitational Tournament
Representative Rugby | 22 October 2014
Wellington players in black for end of year tours
Representative Rugby | 21 October 2014
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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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