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Visit photos above for some new photos being added throughout the day and evening from the weekend's action. Still to come, photos from Maidstone and Lyndhurst Parks, the Hut Rec, Scots College and more. 

27 June: Wainuiomata send powerful message

Wainuiomata sent a warning to their rugby rivals with a 51-20 demolition of the Upper Hutt Rams on Saturday. The win was built around their enormous forward pack, which was just too big and strong for the under-strength Rams. It quickly became clear that the Wainuiomata scrum would be the telling factor. Read more here

26 June New OBU mascot
26 June: New OBU mascot

Making an appearance at Evans Bay Park yesterday, OBU's new masct Billy Goat. Unfortunately Billy couldn't help his side to victory like Smeagle the Eagle did in the 2014 Jubilee Cup for HOBM. 

25 June 50 year anniversary for Lions
25 June: 50 year anniversary for Lions

Today marks 50 years that Wellington famously defeated the British and Irish Lions 20-6. The previously year they had defeated the Springboks 23-6. 

23 June: Westpac Stadium to host Heartland curtain raiser

Westpac Stadium to host Heartland curtain raiser Horowhenua-Kapiti and Wairarapa Bush are set to play a unique curtain raiser before the Wellington Lions Mitre 10 Cup match against North Harbour on Wellington’s two closest provincial neighbours will meet during the first official Mitre 10 Heartland Championship match at Westpac Stadium.  Follow the upcoming NZ provincial season on Club Rugby, covering the game from the ground up.  

23 June: The Price is right for St Kent's

News and profile article with St Kentigern College halfback Carlos Price, currently playing in the Auckland 1A competition and heading to Wellington in 2017 to join the WRFU Academy. Read more here

21 June: Tawa's Treeby joins Hurricanes

The Hurricanes meet in the Rebels on Thursday in Melbourne. The squad is: James Marshall, Cory Jane, Matt Proctor, Vince Aso, Jason Woodward, Otere Black, Te Toirora Tahuriorangi, Victor Vito, Hugh Renton, Brad Shields, Michael Fatialofa, Mark Abbott, Jeffery Toomaga-Allen, Ricky Riccitelli, Reggie Goodes.Reserves: James O’Reilly, Loni Uhila, Chris Eves, Hisa Sasagi, Ben May, Geoff Cridge, James Blackwell, Jamison Gibson-Park, Shaun Treeby, Willis Halaholo, Wes Goosen.  Kick off: 8pm (NZT). Unavailable to travel: Vaea Fifita, Blade Thomson, Callum Gibbins, Ngani Laumape, Iopu Iopu-Aso, Nehe Milner-Skudder.

20 June: Wainuiomata coach focused on Jubilee Cup success

Wainuiomata rugby coach Justin Wilson is confident he has the team to win the Jubilee Cup. That is a big call for a side that on Saturday lost 42-37 to Old Boys University but Wilson believes he has the players to win the silverware. OBU have played well all season and Wilson felt it was a game that could have gone either way."She was a great game of football with 80 odd points in the game. We just came out on the wrong side of the ledger." With a playing roster that includes two New Zealand Under 20s –TJ Va'a and Peter Umaga-Jensen - and a number who have played for the Lions, Wainuiomata has plenty of depth. Fore more read here

 

 

19 June Ardie Savea scores Test try
19 June: Ardie Savea scores Test try

Dave Lintott shot the action at the Test in Wellington last night, won 36-22 by the All Blacks. Here Ardie Savea (Oriental-Rongotai) outgasses the Welsh defence to score a hugely popular try. 

18 June: NZ Rugby to investigate concussion-dementia link

New Zealand Rugby has partnered with Statistics NZ to try to determine whether the lasting impacts of concussions while playing rugby increase the risk of dementia. The project is in its early stages but NZ Rugby hopes the findings will provide "robust answers to that critical question". NZ Rugby will use official data to compare the rates of dementia among players who played high-level rugby in New Zealand between 1950 and 1970 and those who did not. Read more here

16 June: Nonu wins big in Wellington awards

Ma'a Nonu (Oriental-Rongotai) has won the Wellington Sportsman of the Year award for this year. The 34-year-old was instrumental in New Zealand's run to the Rugby World Cup title in 2015, scoring a try in the 34-17 win over Australia in the tournament final. Nonu was also key for the Hurricanes as they made last year's Super Rugby final. Read more here

Looking at the week ahead
Jubilee Cup Premier | 27 June 2016
Pressure rising in club rugby competitions this weekend
Jubilee Cup Premier | 24 June 2016
Lealofi to play his 100th match for Wainuiomata
Jubilee Cup Premier | 24 June 2016
Mullany and Poneke playing positive rugby
Jubilee Cup Premier | 23 June 2016
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Best & Fairest

Best & Fairest points Jubilee Cup Round Three, 25 June

Best and Fairest points after the Swindale Shield and the third round of Jubilee Cup in 2016 are below. Note: Best and Fairest points are no longer given in Hardham Cup matches:

15 points: Wes Goosen (OBU)
14 points: Greg Foe (Poneke), Peter Umaga Jensen (Wainuiomata), Whetu Henry (Ories)
11 points:  Joyner Key (Upper Hutt Rams), Mitchell Markov (Upper Hutt Rams), Greg Mullany (Poneke), James So’oialo (Wellington) 
10 points: Pakai Turia (Poneke), Ben Tupuola (Wainuiomata), Mateaki Kafatolu (Petone), Peter Sciascia (MSP), Tomasi Palu (OBU)
9 points: Ben Peni (Avalon), Penijamini Nabanivalu (Wellington), Peniasi Tokakece (Tawa), Fa'atonu Fili (MSP)
8 points: Perry Hayman (Norths), Pati Gaualofa (Tawa), Isaia Petelo (MSP), Sefo Aumua (Avalon), Finnbarr Kerr-Newell (OBU), Hemi Fermanis (Tawa)
7 points:  Daven Candy (OBU), Grant Robson (Paremata-Plimmerton), Matt Peni (MSP), James O’Reilly (HOBM), Issac O’Connor (MSP), Roy Kinikinilau (Ories)
6 points: Paddy Hughes (Wellington), Sean Hay (Ories), Levi Harmon (Poneke), Asafo Aumua (Avalon), Alex Dazell (Wellington)
5 points:  Greg Lealofi (Wainui),James Ford (Wellington), Blake Neve (Paremata-Plimmerton), Jack Ross (Petone), Ope Peleseuma (HOBM), TJ Fermanis (Tawa), Josh Robertson-Weepu (Wainuiomata)
4 points: 14 players on 4 points
3 points: 41 players on 3 points

Featured Points Table
Jubilee Cup Premier 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Ories 3 3 0 0 74 59 1 13
Wainui 3 2 1 0 103 76 3 11
Marist St Pats 3 2 1 0 83 52 2 10
Wellington 3 2 1 0 77 60 1 9
Poneke 3 1 2 0 69 66 3 7
OBU 3 1 2 0 79 106 2 6
Upper Hutt Rams 3 1 2 0 55 100 1 5
Tawa 3 0 3 0 45 66 1 1
Featured Points Table
Hardham Cup Premier 2 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 3 3 0 0 204 32 3 15
HOBM 3 3 0 0 137 58 3 15
Petone 3 2 1 0 165 61 2 10
Marist St Pats 3 1 2 0 45 90 2 6
OBU 3 1 2 0 60 109 1 5
J'ville 3 1 2 0 50 200 1 5
Pare-Plim 3 1 2 0 36 132 0 4
Avalon 3 0 3 0 65 80 3 3
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Victoria Tavern Trophy 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Wainui 3 3 0 0 142 52 3 15
Ories 3 2 1 0 114 58 4 12
OBU 4 2 2 0 65 80 3 11
Norths 3 1 2 0 102 81 3 7
Avalon 3 0 2 1 8 160 0 0
Featured Points Table
Victoria Tavern / Senior Women's Senior Women’s 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 3 3 0 0 143 26 3 15
Poneke 4 2 2 0 119 103 3 11
Marist St Pats 3 2 1 0 114 41 2 10
J'ville-Tawa 3 1 2 0 47 128 1 5
Upper Hutt Rams 3 0 3 0 20 145 0 0
Featured Points Table
John E Kelly Memorial Cup 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Tawa 4 4 0 0 123 37 4 20
OBU 4 3 1 0 201 45 4 16
Poneke 4 3 0 1 113 83 2 16
Marist St Pats 4 3 1 0 76 58 2 14
Ories 4 3 1 0 76 72 1 13
Upper Hutt Rams 4 1 3 0 97 125 4 8
Norths 4 1 2 1 61 87 1 7
Wellington 4 1 3 0 68 111 0 4
J'ville 4 0 3 1 43 114 1 1
HOBM 4 0 4 0 37 163 1 1
Featured Points Table
Paul Potiki U85kg Div1 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Tawa 4 4 0 0 73 51 2 18
J'ville 3 2 1 0 91 22 3 11
Wellington 3 2 1 0 63 32 3 11
Eastbourne 3 2 0 1 63 45 0 10
Horowhenua-Kapiti 3 1 2 0 56 66 2 6
Avalon 3 1 2 0 47 53 1 5
Poneke 3 1 2 0 45 70 1 5
OBU Bunnies 4 1 3 0 47 76 0 4
Upper Hutt Rams 4 0 3 1 56 126 2 4
Featured Points Table
Johnsonville Centennium Cup 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Petone 4 4 0 0 117 55 3 19
Norths 3 2 1 0 105 55 3 11
HOBM 3 2 1 0 96 44 2 10
Marist St Pats 4 2 2 0 100 100 2 10
Avalon 4 2 2 0 84 97 2 10
OBU 3 2 1 0 67 44 1 9
Poneke 4 2 2 0 63 67 0 8
Petone 4 0 4 0 51 136 1 1
Tawa 3 0 3 0 39 124 0 0
Featured Points Table
Swindale Shield 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 13 12 1 0 447 219 10 58
Ories 13 10 2 1 504 214 9 51
Wellington 13 9 4 0 424 272 11 47
Marist St Pats 13 9 4 0 429 285 10 46
Wainui 13 7 6 0 391 321 13 41
Tawa 13 8 5 0 421 237 8 40
Poneke 13 7 6 0 394 251 10 38
Upper Hutt Rams 13 7 5 1 372 347 8 38
Norths 13 7 6 0 363 342 8 36
Petone 13 4 9 0 282 318 11 27
HOBM 13 4 8 1 348 364 8 26
Avalon 13 4 8 1 228 409 2 20
Pare-Plim 13 1 12 0 155 511 0 4
J'ville 13 0 13 0 132 800 2 2
Featured Points Table
Harper Lock Shield 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Marist St Pats 13 12 1 0 568 191 12 60
Petone 13 10 3 0 429 264 9 49
OBU 13 9 4 0 436 241 9 45
HOBM 13 8 5 0 437 267 11 43
Poneke 13 8 5 0 396 368 8 40
Norths 13 8 5 0 424 246 7 39
Tawa 13 7 5 1 450 272 8 38
Upper Hutt Rams 13 7 5 1 414 289 8 38
Wainui 13 6 7 0 371 369 8 32
Wellington 13 5 8 0 303 362 6 26
Pare-Plim 13 4 9 0 291 436 7 23
Ories 13 3 10 0 272 423 7 19
Avalon 13 3 10 0 273 607 4 16
J'ville 13 0 13 0 98 827 0 0
Today In History
28 June 1997: Western Suburbs enhance their challenge for the Jubilee Cup where they beat Harlequins five tries to one, 42-8. In the feature match at Athletic Park, Wests are boosted by Super Rugby players Filo and Ace Tiatia and Alama Ieremia. In the curtain-raiser, MSP beat Petone 29-26.
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