2016 Hawkes Bay Rep Rugby



  • At last some good new, albeit against a team that is selected from players that are not wanted by either Wellington Lions, Wellington Development or Wellington Under 19s and possibly a few other rep teams as well. Still they do have a good number of capable players to pick from. I hear Wgtn Samoans did manage to beat the Bay Samoans a week or so ago. Can you confirm anything about that please Stargazer?0



  • @Higgins said in 2016 Hawkes Bay Rep Rugby:

    At last some good new, albeit against a team that is selected from players that are not wanted by either Wellington Lions, Wellington Development or Wellington Under 19s and possibly a few other rep teams as well. Still they do have a good number of capable players to pick from. I hear Wgtn Samoans did manage to beat the Bay Samoans a week or so ago. Can you confirm anything about that please Stargazer?0

    Yes, Wellington Samoans beat Bay Samoans 40-24 last Saturday.
    HB Samoans will play Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans on Saturday, 24 September.



  • More results:

    The U19s beat the Hurricanes Barbarians U19 76-0.
    Because they lost to both Wellington and Manawatu, they will play in the bottom half of the Jock Hobbs Memorial Tournament, where they'll first play Southland on Wednesday.

    The U18 girls lost 64-7 to the Wellington U18 girls.

    The U16 "A" boys beat Wellington U16 "A" 32-22.
    The U16 Development team lost to Wellington U16 Dev 60-5.

    I couldn't find the result of the U14s.

    Bit of a mixed bag this weekend, but at least not all teams lost.



  • The U14s won the game against Manawatu 29-14.



  • @Stargazer said in 2016 Hawkes Bay Rep Rugby:

    @Higgins said in 2016 Hawkes Bay Rep Rugby:

    At last some good new, albeit against a team that is selected from players that are not wanted by either Wellington Lions, Wellington Development or Wellington Under 19s and possibly a few other rep teams as well. Still they do have a good number of capable players to pick from. I hear Wgtn Samoans did manage to beat the Bay Samoans a week or so ago. Can you confirm anything about that please Stargazer?0

    Yes, Wellington Samoans beat Bay Samoans 40-24 last Saturday.
    HB Samoans will play Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans on Saturday, 24 September.

    Still the Hb Samoans pre season from what I heard. There were winning hen subbed most of the team with 30 to go



  • @Magpie_in_aus said in 2016 Hawkes Bay Rep Rugby:

    Yes, Wellington Samoans beat Bay Samoans 40-24 last Saturday.
    HB Samoans will play Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans on Saturday, 24 September.

    Still the Hb Samoans pre season from what I heard. There were winning hen subbed most of the team with 30 to go

    That's correct. The Wellington Samoa team competes in the Hurricanes Development competition, while the Hawke's Bay, Manawatu, Horowhenua-Kapiti and Wanganui Samoa teams take part in the Central Region High Commission competition. The next game is the first competition game.

    Round 1:
    24/9, Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans v HB Samoans
    25/9, Manawatu Samoans v Wanganui Samoans (Levin Domain)

    Round 2:
    1/10, Whanganui Samoans v HB Samoans
    1/10, Manawatu Samoans v Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans (Marton)

    Round 3:
    8/10, HB Samoans v Manawatu Samoans (Hastings)
    8/10, Horowhenua-Kapiti Samoans v Whanganui Samoans

    15/10, Finals (Bill Brown Park, Palmerston north)



  • This weekend's results:

    The Saracens had a good win over Manawatu Dev: 29 – 14
    The U19s lost the Jock Hobbs Memorial U19s Championship semi-final 8 – 31 to Bay of Plenty U19
    The U16s beat Poverty Bay 27 - 24
    The U16 Dev team had a narrow loss to Horowhenua Kapiti U16: 18 – 19
    Finally, the U14s beat Wellington U13 53 – 0

    On Wednesday, the U19s will play Tasman for 11th place (k/o 1:05pm). Last year, they finished 12th.



  • The Magpies may end up being our shittiest rep team, because:

    The Saracens beat Wellington 44 -34. That win was good for the overall win of the Hurricanes Development XV title.
    The U14s beat Manawatu 47 to 13; they have won all their four games of the season.



  • The Hawke's Bay Samoa team beat Horowhenua Kapiti Samoa last Saturday: 37-19

    HB Samoa scorers:
    Tries: Tom Iosefo, Paula Latu, Lanitalo Latu, Danya Tulou, John Lauano
    Con: John Lauano 3
    Pen: John Lauano 2

    Player of the Day: Captain Pouvi Fatialofa



  • Hurricanes U16 Tournament

    Results day 1:

    HB U 16 (22) - (28) Manawatu U16
    Hawke’s Bay Development (10) - (62) Wellington U16 Development
    Wellington U16 (45) - (3) Poverty Bay U16
    Wairarapa Bush U16 (44) - (7) Wanganui U16
    Horowhenua-Kapiti U16 (47) - (8) East Coast U16

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  • Hurricanes U16 Tournament

    Results day 2:

    HB U16 (12) - (38) Wellington U16
    HB U16 Dev (25) - (7) East Coast U16
    Manawatu U16 (47) - (16) Poverty Bay U16
    Wellington U16 Dev (88) - (0) Wanganui U16
    Wairarapa-Bush U16 (38) - (3) Horowhenua-Kapiti U16

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  • Hurricanes U16 Tournament
    Draw for Thursday:

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  • Both Bay teams finished 3rd in their division at the Hurricanes U16 Tournament.

    In division A, the HB U16 team beat Poverty Bay 33-0.
    HB U16 Dev defeated Wairarapa Bush 22 to 7 in division B.

    Wellington won both divisions with their A team and their Dev team.

    The HB Saracens suffered a big loss in their last game of the year to Canterbury Dev: 15-43 (HT: 10-17). Apparently, Canterbury scored 4 tries in the last 20 minutes. Saracens halfback Karl Hewitt tore his biceps at the beginning of the game and was due for surgery tonight.

    As far as I know, all official rep teams have now played all their games for the season.
    Only the HB Samoa team (not part of the HBRU) still have games to play.



  • HB Samoa beat Wanganui Samoa 32 to 21 yesterday.


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