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2 May: NZ U20 team named

The New Zealand side to play the opening match of the Oceania Rugby Under 20 Championship against Australia  on Tuesday, has been named. View the team here 

1 May Hurricanes account for Lions
1 May: Hurricanes account for Lions

The Hurricanes accounted for the Lions in Johannessburg 50-17 on Sunday Morning (NZT).The Canes scored seven tries to three and were up 21-0 after only 16 minutes as the Lions paid for not being able to protect their ball against a side that dominated them at the breakdown and simply were better in all facets of the game. Julian Savea and Cory Jane each scored two tries. Read more here

30 April: NZ Development Women's Sevens teams

With both the Black Ferns and the New Zealand Women’s Sevens teams being selected this year following the Women’s Provincial Cup competition in October, this year’s Women’s Sevens Series is being played on the weekends of  6 to 8 May and 27 to 29 May.The series includes two teams from the National Women’s Development Programme, and the Samoan and Cook Island National Women’s Sevens teams as they prepare for their final Rio qualifier in June. View the players selected here 
 

29 April: Fifita to start for Hurricanes

Vaea Fifita (Wellington Axemen) will earn his first start at lock for the Hurricanes when they take on the Lions of South Africa in Johanessburg this Sunday morning, kick-off Sunday 3.05am (NZT). For more read here 

28 April: St Kent's account for Scots College

St. Kentigern College has won the 2016 Presbyterian Schools' Quadrangular tournament with a commanding 57-3 victory over Scots College. Read more here

26 April: New photo galleries added

Visit Photos above to view one of several new photo galleries added from this past weekend's rugby around the Wellington region. 

25 April: Ardie Savea shoulder tapped by AB selectors

Oriental-Rongotai loose forward Ardie Savea will take no further part in the New Zealand Sevens team's campaign and won't be in the team for the Rio Olympics.Savea played for the sevens team in Wellington and Sydney and had been down to play for them in Paris and London, with an eye to making the team for the 2016 Olympic Games, but has pulled out to focus on 15s.Sevens coach Gordon Tietjens said Savea was very disappointed  would not be returning to the team."There's little doubt Ardie could've been a key player for us in Rio, but we respect his decision. Read more here

 

24 April Treeby back playing for Tawa
24 April: Treeby back playing for Tawa

Great to see Shaun Treeby back playing for Tawa yesterday. Treeby broke his ankle whilst playing for the Wellington Lions last September and has lately been working hard at Les Mills Lambton Quay getting himself back to full fitness. 

24 April: Tusitala bags three for Ponsonby

Danny Tusitala's year in Wellington club rugby in 2015 is paying dividends for him. He's back in Auckland and yesterday he scored a hat-trick for his old club Ponsonby in their 33-0 win over Te Papapa Onehunga. Former Poneke player Presley Tufaga is also playing for the Ponies, at No. 8. 

24 April: Alexis Time enjoying his rugby after breaking his neck

The Hutt News profiles Alexis Time, after he played his 150th game last weekend for Hutt Old Boys against Petone. Read more here

 

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Best & Fairest

Best & Fairest points Round 8, 30 April

Best and Fairest points after eight rounds of Wellington Premier Swindale Shield matches on 30 April are:

9 points: Ben Peni (Avalon), Wes Goosen (OBU)
8 points: Whetu Henry (Ories), Perry Hayman (Norths), Pati Gaualofa (Tawa), Greg Foe (Poneke)
7 points: Mateaki Kafatolu (Petone), Pakai Turia (Poneke), Finbarr Kerr-Newell (OBU)
6 points: Peter Umaga-Jensen (Wainuiomata), Paddy Hughes (Wellington), Peniasi Tokakece (Tawa), Sefo Aumua (Avalon)
5 points: Daven Candy (OBU), James So’oialo (Wellington), Greg Lealofi (Wainuiomata), Issac O’Connor (MSP),Joyner Key (Upper Hutt Rams), Isaia Petelo (MSP), Peter Sciascia (MSP), James Ford (Wellington)
4 points: Ray Treviranus (Poneke), Luke Tau’alupe (Ories), James O’Reilly (HOBM), Tomasi Palu (OBU), Mitchell Markov (Upper Hutt Rams), Sean Hay (Ories)
3 points: 31 players on three points

Featured Points Table
Swindale Shield 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 8 8 0 0 245 151 5 37
Ories 8 6 1 1 312 144 5 31
Wellington 8 6 2 0 279 155 6 30
Tawa 8 6 2 0 262 134 4 28
Wainui 8 5 3 0 235 178 8 28
Poneke 8 5 3 0 258 134 6 26
Norths 8 5 3 0 248 202 6 26
Marist St Pats 8 4 4 0 236 207 7 23
Avalon 8 4 3 1 151 176 2 20
Upper Hutt Rams 8 3 5 0 209 235 5 17
HOBM 8 2 6 0 215 222 5 13
Petone 8 1 7 0 153 195 8 12
Pare-Plim 8 0 8 0 79 284 0 0
J'ville 8 0 8 0 72 537 0 0
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Fleurs Trophy 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 5 5 0 0 342 17 5 25
Ories 5 5 0 0 219 14 5 25
Wainui 5 4 1 0 271 43 5 21
OBU 5 4 1 0 181 88 3 19
Avalon 5 3 2 0 226 102 2 14
Marist St Pats 5 2 2 1 160 136 2 10
HOBM 5 1 4 0 111 120 2 6
Poneke 5 1 4 0 71 345 1 5
J'ville-Tawa 5 0 3 2 17 232 0 0
Upper Hutt Rams 5 0 5 0 0 501 0 0
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Harper Lock Shield 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Marist St Pats 7 7 0 0 283 99 6 34
Poneke 7 7 0 0 244 169 4 32
Tawa 7 4 2 1 274 121 4 22
Upper Hutt Rams 7 4 2 1 248 141 4 22
Petone 7 4 3 0 193 172 5 21
Norths 7 4 3 0 205 129 4 20
OBU 7 4 3 0 198 157 4 20
Wellington 7 4 3 0 188 149 4 20
HOBM 7 3 4 0 218 167 7 19
Pare-Plim 7 2 5 0 154 229 5 13
Wainui 7 2 5 0 138 226 3 11
Avalon 7 2 5 0 147 256 1 9
Ories 7 1 6 0 137 233 3 7
J'ville 7 0 7 0 55 434 0 0
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85kg Restricted JC Bowl 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
Wellington 5 5 0 0 117 29 2 22
Tawa 5 4 1 0 84 48 2 18
OBU Bunnies 4 3 1 0 98 75 2 14
Avalon 4 2 2 0 77 36 4 12
J'ville 4 2 2 0 104 62 3 11
Poneke 4 1 3 0 49 87 2 6
Eastbourne 5 1 4 0 45 91 1 5
HOBM 5 1 4 0 73 154 1 5
Stokes 4 1 3 0 33 98 0 4
Featured Points Table
Thompson Memorial First Grade 2016
  P W L D F A B Pts
OBU 5 5 0 0 174 78 5 25
Norths 5 4 1 0 206 107 4 20
Petone 4 3 1 0 115 69 3 15
HOBM 4 2 2 0 110 108 4 12
Poneke 4 2 2 0 67 78 1 9
Marist St Pats 5 1 4 0 137 204 4 8
Tawa 4 1 3 0 27 67 2 6
Avalon 4 1 3 0 59 128 1 5
Petone 4 1 3 0 75 131 0 4
Wainui 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Today In History
04 May 2013: Fullback Brandyn Laursen scores 52 points, including a hat-trick of tries in HOBM’s 127-0 slaying of minnows Rimutaka, in what is believed to be the largest scoreline in Wellington Premier rugby history. First five-eighth Glen Walters also scores a hat-trick and eight other players score at least one try. In another high scoring result, Northern United beat the Wests Roosters 97-48. Tawa will go on to win their maiden Swindale Shield and they edge Old Boys University 22-19.
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