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Blackwell inagural Graham Williams Memorial Cup winner
Graham Williams played 174 matches for Wellington and is Wellington's most capped player. He sadly passed away earlier this year. In his honour the Graham Williams Cup Memorial Cup has been presented and the inagural name engraved on the silverware is James Blackwell's. The Petone lock has been named Wellington Player of the Year at the WRFU's awards on Monday night. Last year's Player of the Year, Jackson Garden-Bachop (Northern United) has been recognised as the Wellington Rugby Supporter’s Club Player of the Year in 2018, after another impressive season which has seen his game mature even more...More
Off the Ball for 15 October
Above: Sevens scenes at Maoribank Park in the first of the American Ambassador's tournaments on Saturday. Off the Ball is in association with Rob Law Max, Lovelocks Sports Bar,  Motor Doctors and Sarah Kilner Real Estate  Looking at some of the news in briefs, milestones, happenings, statistics and observations from the weekend of rugby just gone and what’s coming up this week. A final and a semi-final for local rugby supporters to look forward to this coming Saturday. On Saturday afternoon the Wellington Pride host the Otago Spirit in their Farah Palmer Cup Women’s NPC Championship final...More
Pride power to final as Development finish with a flourish
Above: Luke Taulupe scores a clutch try for the Wellington Development team this afternoon in their win over Auckland B. Account of the game below.  The Wellington Pride will host a final next Saturday while the Men’s Development squad ended 2018 with a third consecutive victory on a successful afternoon for local sides at Jerry Collins Stadium, Porirua this afternoon. Meanwhile, Northern United won the first leg of the American Ambassador's Sevens at Maoribank Park. Norths beat Marist St Pat's in the Cup final...More
Pride and Development teams set for JCS matches
It’s the final big afternoon of the year at Jerry Collins Stadium at Porirua Park tomorrow, with the Wellington Pride and Wellington Development teams playing back-to-back at 12pm and 2pm.  First up, the Pride host the North Harbour Hibiscus side in their Farah Palmer Cup Championship 1 v 4 semi-final. This is followed by the Wellington Development hosting Auckland B in the final hit-out of the year for both teams. The Wellington Development side enters its concluding match of the year looking for a third consecutive win, after being tipped over by Tasman B (39-46) in the opening contest of the campaign...More
Sevens tournaments at Maoribank Park and Masterton on Saturday
Above: The American Ambassador's Trophy is on the line over the next few weeks. The Wellingtn club rugby sevens series gets underway at Maoribank Park, Upper Hutt.  It’s a transition day this Saturday between the two rugby formats, with the final double-header afternoon of 15s rugby at Porirua Park, the first of the three official WRFU sevens tournaments at Maoribank Park and the Hurricanes secondary schools sevens tournament in Masterton. The first leg of the WRFU American Ambassador’s Wellington club rugby sevens tournament takes place all day at Maoribank Park in Upper Hutt...More
Aisle be Back: A new Test season and last round of the NPC
Proctor and Proctor. Lions captain Matt watches on as Billy takes on the defence against North Harbour recently. This 35-23 win could prove crucual with both teams sitting on 29 points in fourth on the NPC table Still my beating heart. It now looks like the plan to create an annual super season for test rugby has real legs. According to the Aussie Telegraph newspaper, and quoting World Rugby head Brent Gosper, itwould see the 12 top teams play each other once during the year, with a playoffs at the end...More
From the archives: Wellington v Taranaki 2004
When the Wellington Lions meet Taranaki in New Plymouth in the last round they will be playing for a NPC semi-finals spot.  Last year the Lions reclaimed the John F Henning Trophy with a 42-26 win at Westpac Stadium. One of the most thrilling matches played at Westpac Stadium was Wellington’s win over Taranaki in 2004 in front of a full house. The following recount of this match previously appeared in a Lions match-day programme in 2010. The Lions have enjoyed several large wins over Taranaki...More
Rasch shouldering midfield responsibilities for the Pride
After two shoulder operations and lengthy stints on the rehab table, Amanda Rasch is fully fit this season and in top form for the Wellington Pride ahead of their Women’s NPC semi-final at home against the North Harbour Hibiscus this coming Saturday. Rasch is the leading points scorer in the NPC this year, with 104 points, boosted considerably by two individual hauls in the past three weeks. Against Tasman, the Pride’s second five-eighth and goal-kicker scored a Wellington record 23 points in the 88-3 win...More
Off the Ball for 8 October
The Mairst St Pat's and Tawa teams after the Plate final of the Tawa Invitational 7s on Saturday. MSP won 24-19. More details below. Off the Ball is in association with Rob Law Max, Lovelocks Sports Bar,  Motor Doctors and Sarah Kilner Real Estate  Looking at some of the news in briefs, milestones, happenings, statistics and observations from the weekend of rugby just gone and what’s coming up this week. This coming weekend there are two separate rugby events for supporters to choose between, plus a third college sevens tournament over the hill in Masterton...More
Record breaking win for Pride, Wellington Development beat Canterbury
Wellington Pride fullback Sieni Mose scores the first of 18 tries in their win over Taranaki.  The Wellington Pride entered the record books and the Wellington Development downed their Canterbury counterparts in today’s two representative fixtures involving Wellington teams. At Jerry Collins Stadium, the Wellington Pride slew Taranaki 118-0 to qualify top for next week’s Women’s NPC Championship semi-finals. The Pride’s winning score surpassed the previous Women’s NPC record of 116-0 that the Auckland Storm beat North Harbour by in 1999...More
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