- The Union
- ITM Cup
- 2013 Membership &Ticketing
- Representative Teams
- Coach & Referee Education
- Senior Club Rugby
- Junior Club Rugby
- Secondary School Rugby
- Primary Schools Tournament
- General Information
- Community Notice Board
Welcome to the 2013 rugby season!
KIDS: Do you like running around with your mates, getting fit and have fun? Play Junior Club Rugby in 2013! If you’re a boy or girl under 13 years old, then you can register now at your local club.
For more information on playing Junior Club Rugby.
TEENS: You can play rugby by representing your School in either open weight or restricted grades played on Saturday mornings. Weigh-ins are in your school during March.
For more information on playing Secondary School Rugby.
ADULTS: For those that have left School there are plenty of grades that cater for everyone both serious and social, open weight and restricted.
For more information on playing Senior Club Rugby.
GIVE BACK TO THE GAME YOU LOVE - START COACHING
Stop watching and start participating! Pull out the clipboard and become a team helper this season.
Teams of all grades are on the lookout for coaches and managers. Become part of your local club, meet new friends and families in your community and help players develop and enjoy their sport.
The North Harbour Rugby Union provides free NZRU education, training and certification to all registered coaches through our coach development programme.
Make a difference today, contact:
Bill Wigglesworth Community Support Officer – Coach Development
DDI: (09) 447 2112 Email: email@example.com
GET THE BEST VIEW OF THE GAME - BECOME A REFEREE
Stay fit, keep involved in the game you love and put your rugby knowledge to the test each week by becoming a North Harbour Referee!
To become a North Harbour Referee, all you need is passion for the game and a pair of boots.
The North Harbour Referees Association provide all referees with their equipment, hold regular training sessions and run a coaching programme to help with referee development.
All grades need referees – you can be one of them. For more information contact:
Greg Watson Community Support Officer – Referee Development .
DDI: (09) 447 2111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org