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Apr 9, 2009
Harbour continues to be a great breeding ground of talent with Ken Pisi, Nafi Tuitavake and Nalu Tuigamala all being named in this year's New Zealand Under 20 squad to compete in the IRB Junior World Championship in Japan in June. Our development programme has an excellent reputation for producing quality up and coming players. Last year Ben Afeaki, Chris Smith and Michael Harris were selected for the same team. Click here to see the full team list.
North Harbour Rugby is pleased to announce the following Representative coaches for the 2009 season:
|North Harbour 2XV||Alex O’Dowd||Bill Wigglesworth|
|North Harbour 85's||Billy Panapa||Tama Moke|
|North Harbour U20||Geoff Alley||Graham Lowe|
|North Harbour U18||Greg Aldous||Slade McFarland||Brett Ingham|
|North Harbour U16||Daniel Takarangi||Phil Cheney|
|North Harbour U14||Dean Watkins||Cory Sweeney|
|Roller Mills||Jimmy Moka||Karl Middleton|
|NH U13/U45kg||Andrew Colson|
For more information, click here.
changing face of club rugby was certainly evident at Silverdale on the
weekend when Silverdale had far too much firepower for Glenfield,
running out winners 34 to 13, in round 3 of the Premier Competition.
Across the board the average age of most of the premier sides is
getting younger by the year. Glenfield is fielding the bulk of last
year's champion Under 21 side whilst Dale captain Robbie Colhoun sang
the praises of the seven under 20 year olds making their senior debut.
After just three rounds a very definite pattern has emerged with Shore, Marist and Taka all still undefeated at the top of the table whilst Glenfield, Kumeu and Mahurangi remain winless at the bottom. Taka's 28 to nil rout of Northcote has certainly sent shockwaves though the competition however Bays were not to be outdone getting up against Helensville out at the Ville 18-13. To read more, click here.
Click here to see this weekend's senior club draw.
Kingsway School provided a shock to the established schools by qualifying for the final of the Secondary School Sevens Tournament held at Hato Petera College last Friday afternoon.
Massey High School had to pull out all stops in the final to win 24-7, with Sam Aolele and Mark Peteru-Sepu producing stunning breaks to split the strong Kingsway defence. Jason Brown provided good back-up for Massey to take the title. Massey defeated Birkenhead College and Hato Petera College in pool play, and then Northcote College 17-7 in the semi-final on their way to the final.
To read more, click here.
North Harbour Rugby's Kids Holiday Programme has been ranked No. 2 by ViewAuckland in their "15 Must Do School Holiday Activities". To check it out, click here.
So kids, come on down to North Harbour Stadium from the 22-24 April and see what our Kids Club Holiday Programme is all about. This is your chance to meet your rugby heroes and learn fundamental rugby skills in a fun, interactive and safe environment. For more information, click here.
To download a registration form, click here.
We have had 12 new referees our association this year but still require another 8-10 to enable us to provide a referee for all our games. If you are keen or know somebody who you think would make a good referee, please contact Ray Garrett on 027 571 5583 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the following referees who have been involved in either Super 14 fixtures or overseas refereeing appointments.
|Glen Newman|| Super 14 Assistant Referee |
TMO (Television Match Official)
|Hayden Smith||Samoan Marist 7s held in Samoa|
|Scott Hyde||Samoan Marist 7s held in Samoa|
|Luke Prangley|| Hong Kong 10s |
IRB's sub controller held in Hong Kong
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