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21 June: Aumua wins at sports awards

Avalon Wolves hooker Asafo Aumua won the Personality of the Year award at the Wellington Sports Awards on Wednesday night, while WRRA referee Ben O'Keeffe captured the Official of the Year gong. 

20 June: Milestones tonight

A couple of milestones and a notable return for Norths in tonight’s Jubilee Cup catch-up fixture. Daley Harper plays his 100th Premier match for the club after his recent return from Australia and prop/No.8 Mike Ioapo his 50th, while Faifili Levave will play his first game in Norths colours since early 2011 when he comes off the bench. Kick-off at Porirua Park is 8.00pm. 

20 June: St Bernard's College beat visitors

The St Bernard's College First XV has beaten visiting side Hato Paora College from Hawke's Bay 31-7 in their annual traditional match this afternoon. 

20 June: Norths win with late try

Northern United beat Poneke 27-23 in their Jubilee Cup round one catch-up match tonight at Jerry Collins Stadium. Norths won the match in the 78th minute with a try from an attacking scrum in the clubrooms corner scored by replacement halfback Tom Finai. Finai's try was also the bonus point try. Norths are now two from two to start the Jubilee Cup and Poneke are none from two. Norths have their bye this Saturday and Poneke host Tawa. In slippery conditions, Poneke scored three tries in the first half and led 20-10 just before halftime. Norths kicked a penalty on halftime to close the score to 13-20. Poneke got those three points back and led 23-13 before a try to Norths captain Parekura Lalaga closed the gap to 23-20 and then a late scramble saw Finai come up with the winner.

18 June: New Zealand mown down in U20s

The U20s were mown down in the second half by the Junior Springboks on Monday morning in their U20 World Championship 3rd v 4th fixture. After leading 25-12, South Africa came back to win 40-30. France won the final. Read more here 

16 June: Shields to start

Petone's Brad Shields is set to start at blindside flanker in Durban for England against South Africa in the second test in the wee small hours of Sunday morning. Read more here

13 June: Rescheduled games confirmed

The Northern United v Poneke Premier and Premier Reserve rescheduled games from last Saturday have been confirmed, the new time and dates being: 

Ed Chaney Cup:Northern United v PonekeWednesday 20 June6:30pmPorirua Park #1 

Jubilee Cup:Northern United v PonekeWednesday 20 June8:00pmPorirua Park #1

12 June: Wellington players to play for Cook Islands

Greg Mullany (Old Boys University), Matt Mullany and Teara Henderson (both Johnsonville) and Shahn Eru (Wainuiomata, currently playing in France)  are heading off to Rarotonga this coming weekend for camp and then on to Hong Kong to play in RWC qualifying matches. The Cook Islands will play home and away tests against Hong Kong, who recently beat Korea at to win the Asia Rugby Championship. The winner on aggregate will advance to November's four-team repechage tournament, with the repechage winner qualifying for next year's World Cup. Read more here

11 June Tomasi Palu retiring
11 June: Tomasi Palu retiring

Old Boys University and former Wellington Lions halfback Tomasi Palu has drawn the curtain down on his career. He has retired on medical advice, after sustaining a neck injury in his team's Swindale Shield 12th round 45-50 loss his former team Northern United. 

10 June: Complaint withdrawn

A complaint lodged by Petone on Friday alleging breach of two Poneke players’ eligibility in the Swindale Shield has been withdrawn.An independent committee of the Rugby Board convened on Saturday morning to hear the matter, which resulted in the Northern United v Poneke premier and premier reserve fixtures being deferred, whilst an outcome was sought on the complaint.The committee reserved its decision overnight; however, following a subsequent complaint brought by Poneke on Sunday, the committee found that the Petone club had also breached the player eligibility rules for playing an unregistered player in the Swindale Shield. As such, both clubs have now withdrawn their respective complaints and the matter is closed. Wellington Rugby will now work closely with the Northern United and Poneke clubs to reschedule yesterday’s deferred fixtures in the Jubilee and Ed Chaney Cups.

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Best & Fairest

Best and Fairest 2018

The Billy Wallace Trophy Best & Fairest competition is awarded on a 3,2 and 1 basis by match officials (previously newspaper reporters) after each game.

points after one round of the 2018 Jubilee Cup (Poneke, Norths, OBU and Petone have a game in hand):

20 points: Greg Foe (Poneke)

14 points: Chase Tiatia (HOBM)

12 points: Josh Houston-Tupou (Upper Hutt Rams)

11 points: Luca Rees (Ories)

10 points: Glen Walters (HOBM)

9 points: Alex Dalzell (Wellington), Kalim Kelemete (Tawa), Jackson Garden-Bachop (Norths), Esi Komaisavaii (Norths), DuPlessis Kirifi (Norths), Jonathan Fuimoano (OBU)

8 points: Richard Judd (Pare-Plim), Tomasi Palu (OBU), Hemi Fermanis (Tawa), Callum Harkin (Wellington)

7 points: Seven players on 7 points

2017 final points:

23 points: Hemi Fermanis (Tawa), Ben Tupuola (Wainuiomata)

18 points: Lester Maulolo (Petone)

15 points: Parekura Lalaga (Northern United)

 

Featured Points Table
Jubilee Cup Premier 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Ories 2 2 0 0 70 49 2 10
Norths 2 2 0 0 62 45 2 10
OBU 1 1 0 0 40 22 1 5
HOBM 2 1 1 0 52 55 1 5
Poneke 2 0 2 0 50 68 2 2
Marist St Pats 2 0 2 0 44 64 2 2
Tawa 1 0 1 0 15 30 0 0
Featured Points Table
Hardham Cup Premier 2 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Wainui 2 1 0 1 56 51 2 8
Wellington 2 1 0 1 35 33 0 6
Petone 1 1 0 0 24 3 1 5
J'ville 1 1 0 0 45 28 1 5
Upper Hutt Rams 2 0 1 1 57 74 2 4
Pare-Plim 2 0 1 1 35 40 1 3
Avalon 2 0 2 0 23 46 1 1
Featured Points Table
85kg Restricted JC Bowl 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Avalon 8 8 0 0 248 52 6 38
Eastbourne 9 7 2 0 261 92 7 35
Upper Hutt Rams 8 6 2 0 167 86 6 30
Tawa 8 6 2 0 205 154 5 29
Horowhenua-Kapiti 8 5 3 0 161 118 3 24
OBU Bunnies 8 5 3 0 129 139 2 22
Wellington 8 5 5 3 81 195 2 15
J'ville 8 2 6 0 171 189 5 13
MSP Reds 9 2 6 1 142 246 5 13
Wests 9 2 7 0 123 260 0 8
HOBM 8 0 8 0 88 278 1 1
Featured Points Table
Rebecca Liua’ana Trophy 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 8 8 0 0 435 128 8 40
Ories 8 7 1 0 530 121 8 34
Petone 8 6 2 0 358 138 4 28
Pare-Plim 8 5 3 0 209 191 6 26
Marist St Pats 8 4 4 0 259 239 6 22
OBU 8 2 5 1 161 230 5 15
HOBM 8 2 5 1 151 322 2 12
Avalon 8 1 6 1 155 334 5 9
Poneke 8 0 8 0 49 604 1 1
Featured Points Table
Swindale Shield 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 13 11 2 0 516 342 11 55
OBU 13 10 3 0 496 273 14 54
HOBM 13 11 2 0 492 301 10 54
Tawa 13 9 4 0 506 316 11 47
Poneke 13 9 4 0 393 333 8 44
Marist St Pats 13 8 5 0 435 358 10 42
Petone 13 6 6 1 418 236 11 37
Ories 13 7 6 0 383 344 9 37
Upper Hutt Rams 13 5 8 0 363 489 10 30
Wainui 13 3 9 1 326 401 13 27
Wellington 13 4 9 0 267 482 6 22
Avalon 13 4 9 0 282 434 5 21
Pare-Plim 13 3 10 0 233 440 5 17
J'ville 13 0 13 0 157 518 2 2
Featured Points Table
Thompson Memorial First Grade 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 4 4 0 0 169 82 4 20
Marist St Pats 5 4 1 0 104 65 4 20
OBU 5 4 1 0 247 89 3 19
Stokes 5 3 1 1 68 91 3 17
Petone 4 2 1 1 129 61 5 15
Stokes 5 2 3 0 175 114 4 12
Avalon 5 2 2 1 89 84 3 11
Norths 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0
Poneke 4 0 1 3 5 127 0 0
Tawa 5 0 5 0 30 303 0 0
Featured Points Table
Harper Lock Shield 2018
  P W L D F A B Pts
Marist St Pats 13 13 0 0 720 181 11 63
Norths 13 11 2 0 571 231 13 57
Poneke 13 11 2 0 465 253 8 52
OBU 13 10 3 0 434 258 9 49
Petone 13 8 5 0 453 240 11 43
Tawa 13 7 6 0 374 241 10 38
J'ville 13 5 7 1 280 446 8 32
Ories 13 5 8 0 341 333 11 31
Upper Hutt Rams 13 5 6 2 293 437 5 29
Wainui 13 4 9 0 278 491 9 25
Avalon 13 3 9 1 268 590 7 21
HOBM 13 3 10 0 249 464 5 17
Wellington 13 2 9 2 247 499 5 17
Pare-Plim 13 1 12 0 223 532 6 10
Today In History
21 June 1975: Petone all but seals the Swindale Shield title by beating Ories 32-16, although they lose captain Andy Leslie to a broken nose in the second half. Elsewhere, All Black wing Grant Batty scores a brilliant solo try in MSP’s 24-6 win over Hutt Old Boys.
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