Club Rugby 2016



  • First round of the Southern districts comp starts this weekend
    Match ups are -
    Hikurangi v Kamo
    OBM v Waipu
    Otamatea v Mid Western
    Wellsford v Mid Northern
    Sharks v HoraHora
    My team HoraHora have had a pretty slow preseason, played Waipu (won) and Glenfield (lost). Havent had big numbers to trainings but will have enough for 2 teams this Saturday.
    The prem team looks to be in another year of rebuilding and throwing some of the young guys who played reserves last year in the deep end of prem rugby. We're in desperate need of a first five, I think warren Dunn will be playing that position against the Sharks.But HH being HH will still play for the full 80.
    Can anyone enlighten me how the other teams placed this year?
    I've heard OBM and Hikurangi have had really good numbers to trainings (40+), ive also heard Peter Breen will play for Kamo, Taniella Manu will play for OBM, and Matich has gone back to the Sharks but has been called to Brisbane as cover for the blues.



  • Northland Club Rugby Results
    SOUTHERN DISTRICTS PREMIER
    Old Boys Marist 48 vs Waipu 9
    Mid Northern 42 vs Wellsford 40
    Western Sharks 19 vs Hora Hora 19
    Otamatea 44 vs Mid Western 34
    Hikurangi 24 vs Kamo 5
    SOUTHERN DISTRICTS PREMIER RESERVE
    Mid Northern 31 vs Wellsford 22
    Waipu 11 vs Old Boys Marist 6
    Western Sharks 38 HoraHora 17
    Otamatea 48 vs Mid Western 10
    Kamo 11 vs Hikurangi 8



  • Can anyone enlighten me how the other teams placed this year?

    Mid Western have lost a few guys from last year, young guys moving away, old fullas retiring etc, so we have a lot of young guys stepping up to prems.
     
    Lost Jaycob Matiu to Auckland for work (Northland wouldn't sign him) :ireful:  :knuppel:
    Picked up a utility back who played for Wairarapa Bush straight out of school in 2011.
    Lacking a genuine first five.
     
    Strugling a bit for numbers too, the reserves finished their game on Saturday wth 13 on the field. One or two were knocked out, one lost a few teetth, one broke an ankle.... all that certainly doesn't help.
     
    Breen is playing for OBM (seems to be where most new signings go these days)



  • Suspect Wellsford,Mid Northern & Old Boys Marist are a lock in for top 4,from what i understand,Old Boys Marist have recruited strongly and are being coached by Greg Shipton & Ziggy Seymour,Mid Northern have picked up some players from the Bay comp,Wellsford have lost their midfielders from last year,but with the Wright brothers,Sean Sweetman,Connor Lawson & Matt Talease in their pack.and Paddy Joe Atkins returning in April from Australia,the 2015 champions will be hard to beat again this year.
    As for the rest,could be very even,Otamatea,a semi finalist from last year,have lost Dan Hawkins to the Melbourne Rebels,and Connor Woodman back to Harbour,but will rely on depth in the club,along with Shane Neville,although he is injured at the minute,out for 8 x weeks from what i understand,and the odd cameo from Matt Moulds when released by the Blues,from what i am led to believe,they have recruited promising St Kentigern College tighthead prop Sesimani Toupou,the have also recruited some lads from Canterbury,the most exciting,being a kid by the name of Solomona Uitime Parakai,ex Kelston Boys XV,who landed up in christchurch,has come through the Canterbury system,played also for Canterbury sevens,plays first five,i understand he has already caught the eye of David Holwell,whom i would imagine is a good judge of a first five.
    Parakai will hook up with Otamatea over the next 2 x weeks.
    Be interesting to get some feedback on some of the other clubs,and possible recruits who could feature for Taniwha selection,shame to hear about Jacob Matiu,but understandable,given the loose forward talent that will be available to the Taniwha in 2016.



  • Waipu have recruited well again this year, more players from Auckland. One of the players is a young hooker that played in the Auckland Prem comp. Waipu have lost Nick Murray and Sean McCully (overseas) but have the returned services of Aaron Russell. From all reports their are not many locals in the forward Pack this year. The Waipu Forwards were gun-shy against OBM on the weekend, they are expected to be a different team this weekend and they need to be as they have brought in alot of players over the last few years building to this jubilee year. Leon Clyde and Mahu Abraham are coaching the reserves this year and it wouldnt surprise me if they take the team to the finals as they will be able to pull some of the old heads back that dominated 2nd division. 
    I was talking to a young Prop called Jaden Matu who played for the waipu Prems when he was 17/18 years old under Dean Kenny, he has not been able to get much game time for Waipu over the last few years with the recruitment of out side props and this year has gone to play league for Takahiwai. Its a shame as this kid would of been 21 years old this year, playing his 4th year in the Prems and this would of been his time. too much of this is happening through out Northland at the moment.



  • Northland Cub Results
    Games were evening games played thursday 24th March 2016
     
    Premier
     
    Old Boys Marist 25 Mid Northern 10
     
    (Kara Pryor turned out for 40 minutes,Old Boys Marist had several injuries,but obviously have depth to cover positions,have picked up a brumbies acamemy prop Phil Kite,younger brother of Sione,Troy Gilbert played at centre,Sione Kite at 2nd five,and Peter Breen at first five,solid combinations)
     
    Hikurangi 20 Waipu 18.
     
    (my spy who was at this game tells me,this game was nothing special  to right home about,a lot of errors,and no real structure from either side,Waipu have several fijians running around for them this year,they still have tighthead Graeme Dewes the fijian international,but have lost some key players which Jac Nath alerted to in his post.
     
    Western Sharks 19 Mid Western 16
     
    Solid effort from the Western Sharks,the strength of the Sharks is in and around their forward pack,former Auckland loosie Matt Matich has returned home,with the experienced Peter Bond and former North Harbour & Waikato tighthead prop Sam Biddles,its quite easy to work out where the strength of the Sharks team will be,another interesting newcomer will be Justin Friedrich who is a former Northland Suns basketballer)
    this was a good win for Western Sharks,as the previous week they had played,Hora Hora,after dominating for most of the game,were rather unlucky to end up with a draw.
     
    Reserves
     
    Waipu 24 Hikurangi 12
    Western Sharks 21 Mid Western 14
    Mid Northern 44 Old Boys Marist 3



  • Welcome to the forum JacNath. I had heard Waipu had been recruiting a few players but i thought they were all fijian outside backs, thats a shame a talented young local has been over looked. Send him to HoraHora we could do with a prop under the age of 30 🙂
     
    My apologies for the miss information on Breen, my sources are often shit. But looks like Shippys been calling in favours at the NRU, that OBM team looks chocked full of talent.



  • great stuff Steven
     
    games yet to be played -
     
    Kamo v Otamatea
     
    HoraHora v Wellsford



  • Thanks FarNthHayden good to be apart of a site where there is others who care about the game. I was at the Waipu v Hika game last night and the result was flattering to Hika. Hika lacked structure and Waipu were trying to stick to theirs but missed Ben Maccin at 1st 5 to stop the ball being thrown to wide to soon which kept Hikas in the game. I still think that Waipu will get it right if they can get their forwards into the game with basic rugby and give the backs quality ball, Lewis Ward needs to take control here and show why he has been looked at by the Blues for halfback. I am happy for Hika that they have started the season with 2 great results and the win last night showed what happens when you don't give up.



  • Northland Club Easter Friday Result.
     
    Kamo 29 Otamatea 19.
     
    Decided to jump in my car and drive up to Kaiwaka for this fixture,the traffic even heading North through highway 16 was very heavy,which led to the game kicking off 15 minutes late,Kamo however started like a jack in the box,leading 29-0 after 30 minutes,Mac Sykes at halfback directing field postion and directing play well.Unfrortunately for the home side missing several key players  looked very disorganised with several players playing out of position,this led to plenty of turnover ball,Jack Ram who stepped out for Kamo today was excellent,and looked a class above any player on the field for the entire 80 minutes.
    Rams efforts and obvious class ssemed to lift the rest of the Kamo pack,Ruben Wright especially at lineout time,disrupting much of Otamatea"s lineout feeds,Blake Haora the other lock also a standout,scrums were reasonably even.
     
    Things were'nt looking all that rosy for the homeside at 0-29 down,but the arrival of their new recruit first five from Canterbury who had also been caught up in traffic,sparked a change and calmness in the pivot role,Solomona Uitime Paraki is a former Kelston Boys high first five,who went to Southland,was in their wider training squad,and up to Christchurch where he represented Canterbury in sevens,only 23 years old,he looks to have so much time,has a very good boot,both out of the hand and goalkicking,and more importantly,seems to know how to direct a team around the paddock,makes his tackles and has very good pace,for a kid that flew up from christchurch,and then a horrendous drive from Auckland airport in Easter traffic,i thought he looked very tidy.
     
    Otamatea did score 2 tries before halftime to be down 12-29,but could only muster one second half try scored in the last minute,credit to both sides for thei defence in the second half,but especially Kamo who scrambled very well when required.
    but for a dropped last  pass by the Otamatea winger in the early stages of the 2nd half sparked by a brilliant chip kick and gather Paraki,the game could have taken another course,but credi to Kamo,coming through in the end to win their first game since the 2014 season.
    For Otamatea,John Whitehead looked very classy,talking to John,he wants to give it real shot this year,started at first five in Paraki's absence,but to my thinking looks better suited to fullback.,a solid enough effort from the Otamatea forwards,but they do miss Shane Neville,especially at lineout time.
    fortunately for the home team,they do have several players to come back,Neville,Hyland,Moulds when not required for the blues,the also have recruited at tighthead prop,ex St Kentigern college Sesimani Toupou,
     
    For Kamo,the 2 locks,Blake Haora and  Ruben Wright,were great value,Sykes at halfback very good,and Jack Ram was all class,especially over the ball.
     
    in the reserve grade game,the home side took the win 23-18..?



  • Reuben Wright has been in the Dev/B side before hasnt he? 
     
    ONe of those players that always gives 100% but unsure if he has what it takes to make  that step up, plus he is probably a bit short for a genuine lock, more a loosie/lock option.



  • Horahora 12 - 40 Wellsford
     
    This game was missing a few front line players most notably Warren Dunn(easter), Jared Wendt (borneo 7s), Matt Wright(?), Tyler Landsdowne(injury), and Paddy(the wellsford prop whos last name escapes me).
    Both teams looked to have about 4 players each backing up from the reserves game to play 2 full 80 games.
    Wellsford played a foward dominated game which HoraHora really just ran out of steam and couldnt defend, they were lead around by Ross Wright and Matt Talese. A couple of the yellow cards were dished out to Horahora for constant infringing at the ruck. The game was called off in the 70th minute when one of the wellsford fowards went down with a neck injury and for his safety, couldnt be moved from the field. hope he recovers all right.
    Jojo Ranger ran well at 1st five & Matt Talese younger brother could be one to keep an eye on, he plays half back and reminds me of Taniela Moa type player, hes built like a brick shit house.
    Once Wellsford get all there players on board they'll be bloody hard to beat
     
    Reserves
    Horahora 23 - 28 Wellsford
    this game will be a lost opportunity for the HH reserves who will be looking to make the semis again. in the 75th minute HH hot on attack and 25m from the try line gets awarded a penalty, 2nd 5 steps up to kick to touch, takes his mouth guard out to bark instructions to the troops. the ref sees him with his mouth guard in hand. blows the whistle reverses the penalty and yellow cards him not wearing a mouth guard. what the fuck



  • Reuben Wright has been in the Dev/B side before hasnt he? 
     
    ONe of those players that always gives 100% but unsure if he has what it takes to make  that step up, plus he is probably a bit short for a genuine lock, more a loosie/lock option.

    He'd have to be one of the most well rested premier rugby players in northland, he spends more time suspended that playing



  • the ref sees him with his mouth guard in hand. blows the whistle reverses the penalty and yellow cards him not wearing a mouth guard. what the fuckUnfortunately this sort of random call right out of left field happens far too often in reserve grade. I could write a whole new rule book, full entirely of rules that refs have dreamed up mid game.
    I think some of the refs struggle to keep up with the constant law changes & interpretations more than the players.
    Not trying to bag the refs, I know they struggle for numbers and we wouldn't have a game without them, but you've gotta wonder what they're on sometimes.
    Can't report on the MW v Sharks game as I didn't make it. MW won't be happy though, losing their second close game on the trot. Should be a good battle with HH this week Hayden.



  • Round 3 fixtures
    Hikurangi v Mid Northern
    Mid Western v HoraHora
    OBM v Wellsford
    Otamatea v Waipu
    Western Sharks v Kamo



  • Seems like NRU have gone backwards again with their social media stuff. Still no results up on their FB page. I'm sure last year the results were usually posted Saturday afternoon/evening....
    Anywho, MW had a couple of wins over HH. Couldn't make it again for the 3rd week running, but my sources tell me the scores were:
    24-5 Reserves
    32-22 Premiers



  • been a bit absent (queenstown stag do) this week sorry guys
     
    round 3 results
     
    Hikurangi 17 v 38 Mid Northern
    Mid Western 32  v 22 HoraHora
    OBM 43 v 7 Wellsford
    Otamatea 40 v 26 Waipu
    Western Sharks 23 v 14 Kamo



  • Round 4 fixtures
     
    HoraHora v OBM
    Kamo v Mid Western
    Mid Northern v Otamatea
    Waipu v Western Sharks
    Wellsford v Hikurangi



  • Results 9 April
    Whangarei Premier:
    HoraHora. 24. Old Boys Marist 22
    Kamo. 22 Mid Western. 22
    Mid Northern 65 Otamatea. 20
    Waipu. 43 Western Sharks 17
    Hikurangi default to Wellsford
    due to bereavement
    Reserve:
    Old Boys Marist 57. HoraHora. 7
    Kamo. 41 Mid Western. 5
    Mid Northern 29 Otamatea. 12
    Waipu. 15. Western Sharks 12
    Hikurangi default to Wellsford
    due to bereavement
    Division One:
    Mangakahia. 32 Pipiwai. 26
    Southern 38 Kaihu. 32
    Whangaruru. 31 Ruawai. 10



  • Some interesting results,especially the Old Boys Marist v Hora Hora result,I suspect,neither Peter Breen,who started at first five for the Blues development squad on Friday night or Kara Pryor did not start,in fact 10'x players in total were not available,still you would not want to take anything away from Hora Hora,the hung tough and scored a try with the final play of the game,hopefully we can get some sort of report from someone who was there.
    Apparently Otamatea,only had 11 players rock for the start of their game against Mid Northern,17 only for the reserves,and of course,the final score shows the disparity when your preparation is poor,there was a serious injury on the main ground,and the main game was moved to the number 2 ground,which apparently wasn't even marked,go figure..!
    I would like to think,because this is the first round,and it's early in the season,there is an initially a struggle at times for clubs to get commitment,but once again it also highlights,why need a strong local club comp,or Northland coaches will continue to look outside the region,especially if the locals can't commit..!



  • Not good when your elite club sides are struggling for players on game day. It would be interesting to hear from others who know more about how Northland clubs are organising themselves now to deal with challenges of keeping up player numbers, players working hours, finding coaches, running the club and financial stability.
    I have always been keen on Rugby Clubs merging with other local sporting clubs, if they haven't already. Build membership across all sports / genders / all year round so the club can offer facilities ( beyond the bar ) and a social environment for the entire family. That will bring players in and help them stay.
    Good results for HH and Waipu this week.



  • Not good when your elite club sides are struggling for players on game day. It would be interesting to hear from others who know more about how Northland clubs are organising themselves now to deal with challenges of keeping up player numbers, players working hours, finding coaches, running the club and financial stability.
    I have always been keen on Rugby Clubs merging with other local sporting clubs, if they haven't already. Build membership across all sports / genders / all year round so the club can offer facilities ( beyond the bar ) and a social environment for the entire family. That will bring players in and help them stay.
    Good results for HH and Waipu this week.



  • Round 5 fixtures
    Hikurangi v OBM
    Kamo v HoraHora
    Mid Western v Waipu
    Otamatea v Wellsford
    Sharks v Mid Northern



  • Round 5 results
    Hikurangi 0 v 60 OBM
    Kamo 36 v 17 HoraHora
    Mid Western 30 v 36 Waipu
    Otamatea 21 v 31 Wellsford
    Sharks 12 v 47 Mid Northern



  • Round 6 fixtures
    Waipu v Kamo
    HoraHora v Hikurangi
    Mid Northern v Mid Western
    OBM v Otamatea
    Wellsford v Western Sharks



  • I wish all the Anzac hero's and their families all the best for this special weekend, because of our hero's we are here today being able to talk about the game that we love.
    I went to the Waipu v Kamo game last night, Waipu carried on their dominance of Kamo over the last few years with a 49-17 victory. Kamo were unable to keep possession of the ball at the start of the match and Waipu scored some out standing broken play tries from their own half and put Kamo under pressure. Kamo were unable to stick to any structure and were sucked into the niggle and off loading kind of footy that Waipu practice. The Kamo main lock(his name slips my mind but you all know who i am talking about) had a brain explosion in the first half and got frustrated by the Waipu forwards and unloaded a flurry of punches on the Waipu lock after the whistle had gone and gave the referee no choice but to red card him, that cost Kamo the game as Waipu were then able to play their expansive game in the 2nd half and the score says it all.
    It was sad how ever that the referee let the game get to that situation as the niggle was evident from the kick off and once the red card had been delivered he seemed to get card happy and dished out 3 yellows in the 2nd half, 2 to Waipu and 1 to Kamo for offenses that just warranted  a penalty. I know that referees need to get control over a game but they too need to have great management from the kick off as the start of the 2nd half saw waipu down to 13 men and brought Kamo back into the game. a lack of leadership in the 2nd half saw Kamo trying to score tries out wide and it cost them as their ball handling skills let them down and Waipu's loose forwards and backs made them pay. 
    Kamo made inroads in the 2nd half when they used the drive off the line outs and rolling mauls exposing weaknesses in Waipu's defence but again handling errors cost them. In the end it was a great win for Waipu and although I am not a fan of the game plan that they use it sure looks good when it comes off.
    Waipu won the reserves game last night in the last minute, it was one of the best games of footy I have watched in a long time with both teams playing good structured footy. Its great to see the young talent coming through both teams, how ever I am not a big fan of these young men being pulled of at half time to warm the bench for the premiers in the hope that they get on the field in the 2nd half. I feel that the top 30 players in the club need to be playing big minutes week in and week out so they have the best chance of development for Northland rugby.



  • some big scores out there!!!
     
    Southern Districts:
    Waipu. 49. Kamo. 17
    Mid Northern 83. Mid Western 15OBM. 75. Otamatea 35
    Wellsford. 27. Western Sharks. 24
    Horahora. Hikurangi

    Bay of Islands:
    Kerikeri. 53. Kaikohe. 7
    United Kawakawa 29. Kaeo 19
    Moerewa 43. Otiria. 0
    Ohaeawai. 83. Okaihau. 8
    Mangonui:
    Awanui. 52. Kaitaia. 0
    ................................................
    Reserves:
    Southern Districts:
    Waipu. 28 Kamo. 25
    Mid Northern 36 Mid Western 10
    OBM. 11 Otamatea 7
    Wellsford. 29 Western Sharks. 21



  • I got down to HoraHora to watch them play Hikurangi the game was really entertaining with the leading switching a dozen or so times. Defence wasn't really a priority for a either team.
    HoraHora old boy norm maxwell, who is coaching in Spain has 6 guys over for 6 six weeks, they've all had a run for the prems and reserves & have played pretty well, you can follow what they've been up to by liking the dream big aotearoa page on Facebook



  • yeah I seen a bit on his FB page, although for some reason I thought he was in Argentina!!



  • Whats happening to our club rugby, some big blow-outs on the weekend(7/5/16), was the Duck Hunting season to tempting for some? or are we that short of depth through out the clubs that one or two players can determine weather we win by 10 or loose by 50. For teams like Waipu and Otamatea their is no better chance than right now to capitalize on weakened teams and accumulate easy points to keep them in the top 4.



  • Whats happening to our club rugby, some big blow-outs on the weekend(7/5/16), was the Duck Hunting season to tempting for some? or are we that short of depth through out the clubs that one or two players can determine weather we win by 10 or loose by 50. For teams like Waipu and Otamatea their is no better chance than right now to capitalize on weakened teams and accumulate easy points to keep them in the top 4.

    It's a concern alright, with three teams copping hidings of 50 points plus.
     
    If you listen to a colleague of mine, there isn't enough emphasis on developing the young kids (u16 - u18) and bringing them through the system. Instead clubs rely on imports.
    I can certainly see what he's saying - is filling a club with imports sustainable? Probably not.
     
    I think there are only 4 under 18 teams in the competition this year - at least they'll all get a taste of finals footy...



  • The problem is starting to take hold all over the country but sadly probably won't get attention until it hits the big clubs.
    I actually think that the issue is more to do with the identification and fast tracking of young players almost straight from school to Provincial (and sometimes Super) squads.
    Club Rugby is fast becoming the place for those that don't make the big time. Many academy types play about one season of club at most.
    Otago/ Southland are struggling to create worthwhile Prem comps and may look at merging.
    The next level down ( a subbies type level) is still strong as club players like the more social aspect but getting guys to commit to training and the higher demands is getting harder each year when there is little chance that if they haven't already been shoulder tapped for higher honours  they are at the back of the queue.



  • Hey all apologies for being a bit absent,
    Round 7 results
    Kamo 14 a 43 Mid Northern
    Mid Western 25-7 Wellsford
    Otamatea 37-36 Hikurangi
    Waipu 53-32 Horahora
    Western Sharks 15-35 OBM
    Round 8 Results
    Hikurangi 19-50 Mid Western
    Horahora 5- 70 Mid Northern
    Kamo 0-95 OBM
    Waipu 46-7 Wellsford
    Western Sharks 28-29 Otamatea



  • Whats happening to our club rugby, some big blow-outs on the weekend(7/5/16), was the Duck Hunting season to tempting for some? or are we that short of depth through out the clubs that one or two players can determine weather we win by 10 or loose by 50. For teams like Waipu and Otamatea their is no better chance than right now to capitalize on weakened teams and accumulate easy points to keep them in the top 4.

    Duck hunting season is the least of my clubs worries, on Saturday we had 9 premier players out, 8 injured, 1 suspended. The players that were asked to step up simply up to prem level of rugby.
    This year Horahoras avoiding going down the path of recruiting players from outside the region, but there simply isn't the same amount of young players coming through that there has been in the past.



  • Duck hunting season is the least of my clubs worries, on Saturday we had 9 premier players out, 8 injured, 1 suspended. The players that were asked to step up simply up to prem level of rugby.
    This year Horahoras avoiding going down the path of recruiting players from outside the region, but there simply isn't the same amount of young players coming through that there has been in the past.

    That is great that Hora Hora is trying to avoid bring in players from out side the region, Dean and I tried our best to promote the local talent over the last 3 years and although its hard I feel that you are able to see more progress in development. I hope that your players return soon as we know what Hora Hora is capable of after beating OBM this year.



  • I don't mind players coming in form outside, but only if it is not at the expense of a local guy, which I guess is always the case, but I mean if they are of equal ability. Not too many would mind if the player bought in is vastly superior as it will help all round.
     
    I feel the NRU have done a good job with their selecting local policy, but is this been a driver for players outside coming up here for a crack via club rugby?
     
    Is a catch 22 really, not something that is easily fixed, and you hear similar stories form other unions too.



  • I don't mind players coming in form outside, but only if it is not at the expense of a local guy, which I guess is always the case, but I mean if they are of equal ability. Not too many would mind if the player bought in is vastly superior as it will help all round.
     
    I feel the NRU have done a good job with their selecting local policy, but is this been a driver for players outside coming up here for a crack via club rugby?
     
    Is a catch 22 really, not something that is easily fixed, and you hear similar stories form other unions too.

    totally agree mate, I hear the moans and groans from locals at times about players brought from the out side, yet these are the same people that wont turn up to training. I have seen coaches at times just get a team together that wants to train 2 days a week and I suppose try and eliminate the worry of having a team on saturday or not.
    I have wondered the last few years if it was worth playing the premier game first then the reserves 2nd. this would allow for the premier team to have a full fresh team and if any teams are short then they can back up for the reserves. it may help on the long trips. looking forward to the MN-Waipu game this weekend to see if waipu can challenge.



  • I was up in Kerikeri a fortnight ago, and had heard Kawakawa were on the verge of defaulting at 10am when a couple of guys they hadnt seen for a couple of weeks rocked up ready for a trip upto Kerikeri for the game...



  • Round 9 fixtures
    Hikurangi v Sharks
    Mid Northern v Waipu
    OBM v Mid Western
    Otamatea v Horahora
    Wellsford v Kamo



  • Bayleys club rugby results
    Southern Districts Premier:
    Western Sharks. 32 Hikurangi. 17
    Mid Northern 51 Waipu. 19
    Old Boys Marist. 76 Mid Western. 7
    Kamo 22 Wellsford 17
    Otamatea 34 v Horahora 29
    Reserves:
    Western Sharks. 30 Hikurangi. 20
    Mid Northern 26 Waipu. 12
    Old Boys Marist. 57 Mid Western. 10
    Horahora 41 v Otamatea 28
    Bay of Islands:
    Kerikeri 70. Otiria 0
    United Kawakawa 43. Okaihau 17
    Moerewa. 91 Kaikohe. 7
    Ohaeawai. 22 Kaeo. 20


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