CLUB RUGBY 2018



  • Waikato

    Premiership A Week 2
    Fraser Tech 20-18 Morrinsville Sports
    Hamilton Old Boys 14-17 Hamilton Marist
    Hautapu 34-23 University
    Otorohanga 41-20 Melville

    Premiership B Week 2
    Fraser Tech 29-20 Morrinsville Sports
    Hamilton Old Boys 24-54 Hamilton Marist
    Hautapu 31-10 University
    Otorohanga 27-21 Melville

    Championship A Week 2
    Leamington 15-15 Suburbs
    Putaruru 14-87 Te Awamutu Sports
    Southern United 30-26 Hinuera
    Taupiri 50-0 United Matamata Sports

    Championship B Week 2
    Leamington 31-22 Suburbs
    Putaruru 17-31 Te Awamutu Sports
    Southern United 34-0 Hinuera
    Taupiri 18-29 United Matamata Sports

    Division 1A Week 2
    Pirongia 39-5 Huntly College Old Boys
    Te Rapa 37-10 Frankton
    Ohaupo - BYE

    Division 1B Week 2
    Pirongia WIN-DEFAULT Huntly College Old Boys
    Te Rapa 7-50 Frankton
    Ohaupo - BYE

    Division 2 Week
    Kihikihi 19-24 Jaradites
    Matangi Hillcrest 0-31 Hamilton Old Boys
    Ngaruawahia/Te Akau 12-42 Raglan
    Te Awamutu Marist 28-29 Kereone

    Colts Week 9
    Hamilton Old Boys 13-7 Hamilton Marist
    Morrinsville Sports 17-19 Leamington
    United Matamata Sports 38-12 University

    Under 85kgs Week 9
    Hamilton Marist WIN-DEFAULT Te Awamutu Sports
    Melville 18-11 Fraser Tech
    University 0-60 Morrinsville Sports

    Gallagher Womens Premiership Week 9
    Otorohanga 5-69 Melville
    Taupiri - University (No result provided)

    Sunday 10 June
    Putaruru - Southern United
    Hamilton Old Boys - BYE



  • Counties

    Ardmore Marist South Auckland Motors overcame four-time defending champions Bombay 41-20 at Bombay Domain to move within touching distance of confirming top spot heading into the playoffs.
    Doug Sanft’s side came through one of their biggest tests of the season – the defending champs at the business end of the season away from home – with flying colours.
    The six tries to three win means that one more win from their final three games will secure top spot heading into the semifinals.
    “It was some good learnings,” Sanft said. “I am happy with the win but we learned a lot about where we are at and Bombay put us under a lot of pressure especially in the first 50 minutes.
    “It felt like a playoff game – it was intense right through the first half. We scored, they scored – it was real tight in the first half but maybe our skill-set stood out in the second half.”
    Sanft was particularly happy with the performance of his front row – the starting side and the one that came on as replacements.
    Ardmore Marist retained the Counties Power Cup in the process.
    Bombay falls to fifth on points differential and have one less game to play than their semifinal rivals.
    Karaka moved into a share of fourth place with a vital 22-18 win over Waiuku Brian James Contracting.
    The home side found themselves down 13-5 at halftime but produced a spirited second half performance to bag their second successive win.
    “I was really pleased with the team’s performance this week,” coach Scott Penney said. “We played a really good Waiuku side that had some injured players back this week and we managed to come out on top.
    “I am super proud of the guys.”
    Patumahoe Troydon Patumahoe Hotel took a big step towards securing a semifinal spot with a convincing 52-12 win over Onewhero Silver Ferns Marquees at Onewhero Domain.
    Patumahoe scored eight tries in the one-sided result including a hat-trick to winger James Brady. Manurewa’s Willie Tuala still tops the AS Wilcox Leaderboard with 16 on the season.
    It means Reon Graham’s side jumps ahead of Manurewa to second on the championship ladder.
    “The main thing for us is that we spoke all week about how tough Onewhero is at home and how they don’t traditionally give in so we needed a real 80 minute performance,” Graham said.
    “We stuck to our patterns really well for the full game.
    “Jimmy ran hard all day and played well. Tamati Fromm had a really good game and Palu Ale had his first start in a number of weeks. He ran hard all game and played well defensively.”
    The Patumahoe v Karaka match next weekend looms as one of the key match-ups that will have a big outcome on the semifinals.
    Pukekohe Mitre 10 Mega got a much-needed win to boost their season after a string of disappointing performances. They proved too classy for Papakura Ray White 37-22 at Colin Lawrie Fields.
    It snaps a skid of five losses and a draw for coach Mark Price’s side and
    “I think it was hugely important – more for the boys than anything else,” Price said. “It wasn’t so much the win itself but the way the boys won.
    “We were under a lot of pressure early on – Papakura came out strong and hit us with some early points. The way the boys bounced back I was really proud of.”
    Pukekohe’s win keeps their semifinal hopes alive. With winnable games against Waiuku and Onewhero to go and a grudge match against Bombay, Price’s side remains in with a show of making the top four.
    “They know where we are at in regards to the table and we are still not out of it,” Price said. “If we take the last couple of weeks against Manurewa and Ardmore out of the equation we have been really close. They know we are somewhere there.”
    Patumahoe Dave Redshaw Electrical thrashed Onewhero Hinemoa Produce 70-0 to collect five vital points in Premier 2 action and hold their spot in the top four. Pukekohe Franklin Long Roofing got back to winning ways – beating Papakura Ray White 65-10 while Ardmore Marist Ross Roof Group got a close win over Bombay 33-29. Karaka saw off Waiuku’s challenge with a 33-20 victory.
    Weymouth continued their unbeaten run in Premier 3 beating Maramarua 55-10. Te Kauwhata racked up a triple digit win in thrashing Karaka 106-0 while Puni held off Drury 36-34 in a cliffhanger.
    Patumahoe Albycon got a crucial 31-22 win over Karaka in Massey Cup action – a replay of last season’s finale. Ardmore Marist Ross Roof Group proved too much for Bombay winning 32-18.
    Papakura Ray White took an impressive 41-12 win over Waiuku in the Under 85kg competition. Patumahoe Pak N Save proved too strong for Karaka 32-10 while Pukekohe hammered Onewhero Bottle’O Tuakau 49-5.



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  • I hear that Liam Messam will be playing club rugby in Rotorua this weekend.



  • @mikedogz said in CLUB RUGBY 2018:

    I hear that Liam Messam will be playing club rugby in Rotorua this weekend.

    Can't get into the Hautapu team? 🤣

    Good on him for playing in his "home" town.



  • you mean the hautapu invitational xv



  • @ploughboy

    Hautapu aren't my club but they do seem to have a stacked team most weeks. Running low on Jacobsons at present.



  • they arnt mine either . Jacobsons are just about the only locals playing .



  • Speaking of ring-ins...



  • @bovidae
    yeah well done that man .read some where when asked what hurt the most after
    his first game he answered his liver. love reading stories like this.



  • North Harbour is putting up club game highlights on Facebook:

    https://www.facebook.com/harbourrugby





  • QBE North Harbour PROVISIONAL Premier Standings for 30 June and Draw for Play-Offs for 7 July:

    Premier One Standings:
    Northcote 61
    Massey 56
    East Coast Bays 54
    North Shore 47
    Takapuna 35
    Kumeu 30
    Silverdale 26
    Marist 23
    Glenfield 18
    Mahurangi 1

    Premier One Draw for 7 July:
    Northcote & Massey -
    Bye
    East Coast Bays v Kumeu
    North Shore v Takapuna
    Silverdale v Mahurangi
    Marist v Glenfield



  • North Harbour Premier Semi-finals Draw for 14 July:

    Premier One
    Championship Semi-Finals:
    Northcote v North Shore
    Massey v East Coast Bays
    Plate Semi-finals:
    Takapuna v Marist
    Kumeu v Silverdale
    Bowl Final
    Glenfield v Mahurangi



  • GO COTES!



  • @dogmeat Boo! I'd even take Massey over them.



  • @tim you sir are a morally reprehensible bounder and a cad

    SMASH EM COTES



  • Counties Manukau Rugby Football Union Inc.
    Counties Power Club Rugby Results Semi Finals 14 July 2018

    McNamara Cup (Premier 1) – Semi Finals
    Ardmore Marist South Auckland Motors 53
    (Latiume Fosita, Katetistoti Nginingini, Daymon Leasuasu, Joel Taumateine, Viliame Rarasea, Karl Ropati, Savelio Ropati, Joseph Ikenasio tries; Latiume Fosita 5 cons; Latiume Fosita pens)
    Karaka 8
    (Salesitangi Savelio tries; Kalione Hala pens)
    HT: 22-3

    Patumahoe Troydon Patumahoe Hotel 29
    (Joseph Royal, Siosifa Pole, Richard Taupaki, James Brady, Matthew Malins tries; Broc Hooper 2 cons)
    Manurewa Kidd Contracting 28
    (Caleb Fa’alili, Asaeli Lehauli, Sam Aiono, Other tries; Timothy Taefu 4 cons)
    HT: 7-14

    Bob Chandler Memorial (Premier 2) – Semi Finals
    Pukekohe Franklin Long Roofing 20 Karaka 8; Manurewa Wise Property Management 32 Patumahoe Dave Redshaw Electrical 50

    Sid Marshall Shield (Premier 3) – Semi Finals
    Weymouth 12 Maramarua 7; Te Kauwhata 44 Drury 0

    Massey Cup (U21) – Semi Finals
    Pukekohe 39 Ardmore Marist Ross Roof Group 20; Karaka 29 Patumahoe Albycon Ltd 21

    Under 85kg – Semi Finals
    Patumahoe Pak N Save 35 Pukekohe 12; Papakura Ray White 13 Karaka 17

    Women’s – Waiuku 32 Manukau Rovers 27; College Rifles 76 Ardmore Marist 10
    First Grade – Rovers 30 Manurewa 5

    McNamara Cup (Premier) Draw Finals – 2:45pm
    Home Team

    Away Team
    Field
    Ardmore Marist
    v
    Patumahoe
    Navigation Homes Stadium



  • North Harbour Club Results 14 July Premier One:

    SF1- Northcote 17 North Shore 14 (Extra time win)
    SF2 - East Coast Bays 18 Massey 5

    SF3 - Takapuna 10 Marist 7
    SF4 - Kumeu 41 Silverdale 15
    Bowl Final - Mahurangi WBD Glenfield



  • Ponsonby will play Eden and University will play College Rifles in the semifinals.