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28 August Fifita to the Hurricanes for three years
28 August: Fifita to the Hurricanes for three years

Vaea Fifita (Wellington Axemen) has been signed by the Hurricanes and by Wellington Rugby for three years - it has been reported. His Super contract runs through to the end of 2018 while he has also signed a two season deal with Wellington and an option for a third, the report suggests. Read more here

26 August: Representative rugby this weekend

Representative draw for this coming weekend:

Festival of Rugby

  • Wellington City v Wellington Suburbs; Porirua Park #2 1:00pm
  • Wellington Samoan v Wellington Maori; Porirua Park #1 2:30pm

Other Home Fixtures

  • Wellington Lions v Northland; Westpac Stadium 7:35pm
  • Wellington Pride v Manawatu; Petone Rec #1 12:30pm
  • Wellington Maori Women's v Wellington Samoan Women's; Petone Rec #4 11:00am

Other Away Fixtures

  • Wellington Under 19 v Tasman Under 19; Blenheim 2:30pm
  • Wellington Centurions Under 21 v Wanganui B; Wanganui 12:30pm
  • Wellington Maori Development v Wairarapa-Bush; Masterton 5:00pm
  • Wellington Under 18 Girls v Bay Of Plenty Under 18 Girls; Taihape 1:00pm
25 August: St Pat's Town Radio

Listen to the commenatary of Saturday's Hurricanes region knock-out win by St Pat's Town over Hastings Boys' High School here 

24 August: College Finals Day

Thanks to Mike Lewis for his bumper mixed gallery of the College Rugby Finals Day action from St Pat's Silverstream on Saturday. Photos are here on Facebook but will also be put up on Photos above on the website as a permament record. 

Hurricanes Regional College Finals this coming weekend as as follows:

  • Girls Final: Feilding HS v Aotea College at Palmerston North, Arena Manawatu 2 at 12.30pm
  • Coed Final: Feilding HS v Bishop Viard at Palmerston North, Arena Manawatu 3 at 1.45pm
  • Boys Final: St Pats Town v Scots Colleg at Porirua Park, JCS at 1pm
22 August: Amrbose Curtis linking with the Turbos

Read about Ambrose Curtis's stint in the Manawatu here

20 August: Girls Finals tonight

Porirua Park tonight plays host to the College Sport Wellington Girls finals. Mana and St Mary’s College’s will contest the Premier 2 (10-a-side) final at 4.30pm, followed by the Premier 1 (12-a-side) final at 6pm between Aotea College and Wainuiomata HS.

18 August: Wellington Pride squad named

The 2015 Wellington Pride Women’s NPC squad is: Forwards; Moana Aiutu, Sunema Tupuola, Noleen Nonu, Janet Taumoli, Alice Soper, Alicia Print, Jackie Patea, Petra Kriklanova, Sanita Levave, Joanah Ngan-Woo, Caroline Sio, Kirstin Stewart, Aimee Sutorius, Miriam Ready. Backs; Agnes Dean, Raukawa Tuahuru, Lizzie Goulden, Hinerangi Temara, Amanda Rasch, Georgia Daals, Atalina Milovale, Sauimoana Solia, Tina Paulo, Vaine Marsters, Ayesha Leti-l’iga, Mena Tumaai, Ruby Finau, Fa’asua Makisi. They have the bye first up, their season opener is against Manawatu on 29 August. Follow the WNPC here 

16 August: Wellington U19s win well

The Wellington U19 squad had a convincing 41-0 win over the Wairarapa Bush development side yesterday at memorial park masterton. The younger fitter and more skilled Wellington side were lethal on attack and exposed the more experienced Bush side – with wing Jarrod Adams (Petone) scoring a hat-trick. Hooker Josh Houston-Tupou (UH Rams) scored two tries and was bruising on both attack and defence. The other try scorers were halfback Logan Henry (Petone) and flyhalf Tynan Barrett (UH Rams). There was stand outs from openside Michael Findlay (MSP), lock Anthony Pettett (Johnsonville) and props George Taeiloa (Petone) and Delano Morkel (MSP). A well lead team on the day with Pepesana Patafilo (Tawa) leading the squad in the first half then by Daniel Schrijvers (UH Rams) in the second. Next will be a step up against the Manawatu Maori Senior team.

15 August: Listen to the Wellngton First XV final

Listen to a full commentary of last Sunday's WelTec Premiership Wellington First XV final at Porirua Park. St Pat's Town beat defending champons Scots College 19-8. Listen here 

13 August: Vito, Nonu back in All Blacks

Victor Vito (Marist St Pat's) and Ma'a Nonu (Oriental-Rongotai) are both in the starting All Blacks side to play Australia in Auckland on Saturday night. Julian Savea (Oriental-Rongotai), Conrad Smith (Old Boys-University) and Dane Coles (Poneke) are also in the run-on team. TJ Perenara (Northern United) starts off the bench.

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Best & Fairest

Best & Fairest Week 20- 1 August

Billy Wallace competition Best & Fairest points competition pacesetters after the ninth and final round of the 2015 Jubilee Cup are (Hardham Cup players not allocated points in the second round):

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

Featured Points Table
Paul Potiki U85kg Div1 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Poneke 8 8 0 0 180 65 5 37
Tawa 8 7 1 0 189 85 7 35
OBU Onslow Bunnies 8 5 3 0 182 92 5 25
Wellington 8 4 4 0 137 119 4 20
HOBM 8 4 4 0 102 104 2 18
J'ville 8 3 5 0 146 161 2 15
Avalon 8 2 5 1 116 155 4 14
Eastbourne 8 1 6 1 79 244 0 6
MSP Reds 8 1 6 1 77 183 1 4
Featured Points Table
Johnsonville Centennium Cup 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 9 8 1 0 138 82 8 40
OBU 9 7 2 0 215 119 7 35
Stokes 9 7 1 1 135 46 4 34
Petone 9 6 3 0 117 121 5 29
Petone 9 5 3 1 96 115 5 27
Norths 9 4 5 0 183 169 7 23
Marist St Pats 9 2 5 2 86 239 2 8
Marist St Pats 9 2 4 3 114 181 4 5
Poneke 9 3 1 5 73 59 2 0
Tawa 9 0 1 8 3 29 0 0
Featured Points Table
Jubilee Cup Premier 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 7 7 0 0 198 120 2 30
Marist St Pats 7 5 2 0 198 180 3 23
Tawa 7 4 3 0 201 188 5 21
Ories 7 3 3 1 174 142 4 18
Wainui 7 2 5 0 148 167 6 14
Petone 7 3 4 0 152 214 2 14
HOBM 7 1 5 1 166 178 7 13
Wellington 7 2 5 0 171 219 2 10
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Victoria Tavern Trophy 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 4 3 1 0 160 48 5 17
Ories 4 4 0 0 173 44 4 20
OBU 4 2 2 0 85 114 2 10
Avalon 4 1 3 0 50 126 1 5
HOBM 4 0 4 0 39 175 2 2
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Senior Women’s 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Wainui 6 6 0 0 542 12 6 30
Poneke 6 4 2 0 241 152 4 20
Tawa 6 2 4 0 158 170 2 10
J'ville 6 0 6 0 15 622 0 0
Featured Points Table
Paris Memorial Trophy U21s 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 14 13 1 0 487 86 10 62
Upper Hutt Rams 14 12 2 0 381 212 11 59
Norths 14 12 2 0 377 157 8 56
HOBM 14 10 4 0 329 204 11 51
Petone 14 10 4 0 416 174 8 48
Poneke 14 9 5 0 312 228 10 46
Marist St Pats 14 8 5 1 295 255 5 39
Tawa 14 7 6 1 343 262 7 37
Wellington 13 7 6 0 218 241 4 32
Wainui 14 5 8 1 180 285 6 26
Ories 14 3 10 1 249 305 9 21
J'ville 13 3 9 1 138 417 5 17
Avalon 14 1 11 2 166 424 7 11
Pare-Plim 14 2 11 1 176 467 2 10
OBU 14 1 9 4 79 429 1 5
Featured Points Table
Hardham Cup Premier 2 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
J'ville 7 6 1 0 310 121 6 30
Upper Hutt Rams 7 6 1 0 265 133 5 29
Avalon 7 5 2 0 212 150 4 24
Poneke 7 4 3 0 244 121 5 21
Norths 7 3 4 0 175 189 5 17
Tawa 7 2 5 0 121 290 2 10
Pare-Plim 7 2 5 0 93 192 1 9
Petone 7 0 7 0 60 284 1 1
Featured Points Table
Ed Chaney/HD Morgan Memorial Ed Chaney Cup 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 9 8 1 0 398 97 7 39
OBU 9 8 1 0 289 159 6 38
Poneke 9 6 3 0 339 214 8 32
Marist St Pats 9 5 4 0 299 179 6 26
Norths 9 4 5 0 249 232 5 21
Wellington 9 1 8 0 104 346 1 5
Featured Points Table
Ed Chaney/HD Morgan Memorial HD Morgan Memorial Cup 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Ories 9 8 1 0 178 127 2 34
Wainui 9 6 3 0 296 177 7 31
Upper Hutt Rams 9 4 5 0 278 201 7 23
J'ville 9 2 7 0 165 324 3 11
Avalon 9 2 7 0 148 441 2 10
Pare-Plim 9 0 9 0 121 367 4 4
Today In History
28 August 1971: Petone blast Wellington off Athletic Park to win a fifth successive Jubilee Cup. By the time they take the field in the main game, Petone are guaranteed the title outright when their nearest challenger Marist St Pat’s loses to Onslow 6-14 in the early game and thus gives Petone a four-point buffer at the top of the table. The Villagers wrap it up in style, however, scoring five second half tries into the wind in the second half and winning 30-0. No. 8 Andy Leslie, halfback Ian Stevens and first five-eighth John Dougan are all standouts.
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