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Pride and Development teams and Tawa 7s playing tomorrow
The Wellington Development side will need to put in a Fine performance to beat Canterbury B in Christchurch tomorrow.  The Wellington Pride and Wellington Development teams are in action tomorrow, home and away, and club rugby returns with the first sevens tournament of the summer at Lyndhurst Park. The Wellington Pride play at home for the third and final time in this year’s round-robin campaign when they take on the Taranaki Whio at Jerry Collins Stadium at 1.00pm. After losing to Hawke’s Bay in their season opener, the Pride have won their last four matches in a row and have already qualified for a home semi-final next weekend...More
B before A for Wellington in Hurricanes Under-16 finals
Above: members of the Wellington and Hawke's Bay U16A teams after today's Hurricanes final. PHOTO: David Brownlie Photography  The 46th annual Hurricanes Under-16 tournament has concluded in Masterton this afternoon.  Wellington Development retained their Saracens Cup title against Hawke’s Bay, who had the last laugh winning the premier prize for just the second time since 2010. Don Broughton Shield Final Hawke’s Bay have won the Don Broughton Shield for the first time since 2014 after a gripping 40-36 win over Wellington...More
Aisle be Back: All Blacks at Loftus and NPC Round 8
I most definitely am biased, but it feels to me that this weekend’s test at Loftus Versfeld is the first of the Big Three matches this year – the others being in Ireland and England. Pretty much any game at Loftus rates for me, but this one especially so. This game won’t be definitive, but it should answer some important questions: whether the Boks are seriously on the rise, and whether they are genuine contenders for the World Cup. One loss in the season to South Africa is unfortunate, a second would set alarms ringing...More
Summer of sevens set to sizzle
The 2018/19 summer of sevens rugby kicks off this weekend with the first of several tournaments in Wellington between now and the rest of the year, with the Tawa Invitational 7s taking place at Lyndhurst Park from early in the morning to late afternoon. Twelve teams in two divisions are set to take part in the Tawa Invitational 7s tournament. There are two men’s pools of four teams each and a four-team college-aged pool. These are: Men’s Pool A: Upper Hutt Rams, Johnsonville, Tawa, MSP Red Men’s Pool B: Northern United, MSP White, Old Boys University, Wellington Axemen College Pool: St Pat’s Town, Aotea College, St Pat’s Silverstream, Tawa College The Tawa tournament is an officially sanctioned WRFU event, with WRRA match officials on hand helping to run the event smoothly...More
Off the Ball for 1 October
The Centurions U18s - 2018 Trustbank Central Secondary School Shield winners. Read more below. Photo: HYRC  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. The rugby rolls on this week, with international schools rugby at Porirua Park today and Friday, the Wellington Lions hosting Auckland on Thursday and the Hurricanes U16 tournament all this week in Masterton...More
Wins for Wellington Pride, Development, U13s as Centurions U18s win title
Above: The Wellington U13s leapfrogged the Auckland U13s in the main game on Jerry Collins Stadium this afternoon, winning 43-24. There were wins for young and old in representative rugby involving Wellington teams today. Senior representative sides the Wellington Development and Wellington Pride both had comprehensive wins in their away matches. The Wellington Development team defeated their Hawke’s Bay counterparts 59-31 in Napier in their second match of the four-game campaign. The Wellington Pride defeated the North Harbour Hibiscus 50-10 away in round five of the Farah Palmer Cup, to book a home semi-final spot with a week to spare...More
U18s, Pride, Development, U85kg and Lions teams in action tomorrow
UPDATED: It’s Finals Day of the Hurricanes U18 competition tomorrow, with the Centurions U18s team travelling to Masterton to take on the Wairarapa Bush U18s in the main decider. Both the Centurions and Wairarapa Bush have sailed through the preliminary rounds and the latter hosts the final based on superior points differential. Kick-off at Memorial Park is at 12.30pm. Back home, the Wellington U18s Samoans and the Wellington Community U18s meet at Jerry Collins Stadium at 12.00pm in the playoff for third and fourth...More
Aisle be Back: World Rugby, the ABs and the NPC
So those people at World Rugby been on the phone to you have they? Did Augustin Pichot or Bill Beaumont send you a Survey Monkey invite. Or even just a text. No? Hmmm. That’s odd. As a fan I would have thought you’d be the first cab off the rank as the chiefs of world rugby chew over yet another attempt to make the international game faster, stronger higher. Well if they do get in touch, just tell them I’d like to give my opinion too. Admittedly I am quite sure what we would be asked to give our opinion on because some of them seem just as mystified about this latest idea of a world cup every year except when there’s a world cup...More
Pride finding form in Women’s NPC
Wellington Pride captain Jackie Patea-Fereti runs in a try in their week two Farah Palmer Cup win over Canterbury Photo: Chainsaw Photos  After relegation from the Premiership divison last year, the Wellington Pride are finding form and are on track for a shot at repromotion when the business end of the season kicks into gear in a fortnight. After missing out to Hawke’s Bay in the opening week (22-25), the Pride have had wins over Canterbury (43-38), Otago (38-10) and Tasman (88-3) to assume pole position on the points table heading into the final fortnight of the regular season...More
Off the Ball for 24 September
Last week marked a year until the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. Here 2,586 people pack down a scrum to mark the date. PHOTO: TOKI Services via Instagram. 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. There were nine Wellington representative teams in action over the weekend and all won well except the Wellington Development side in their first outing together this season...More
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