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2019 Toi Ohomai Baywide Women's Club Rugby Final Preview

Tuesday, July 16, 2019
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It’s going to be a test of resilience and applying pressure for 80 minutes of rugby before a champion is found in this year’s Toi Ohomai Baywide Women’s Rugby Premiership competition. That’s the call from Women’s Rugby Development Manager and Rangiuru forward Kendra Reynolds. Her ...

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2019 Farmlands Co-operative Baywide Club Rugby Finals Preview

Tuesday, July 16, 2019
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Tauranga Sports coach Culum Retallick says you couldn’t script a premier club final any better. A club (Te Puna) who is celebrating 100 years and never won the final and a team (Tauranga Sports) who by many rugby pundits’ predictions, wouldn’t get past last weekend’s semi-final. The...

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Expect action when Māori and Fijian under-20 teams meet Rotorua

Monday, July 15, 2019
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Caption: Horohopu facilitator Wharekahika Clarke is looking forward to teaching tamariki how to play a traditional Maori game. The New Zealand Maori Under-20’s manager is predicting a real ‘Fiji styles’ of play when his side play the curtain raiser to the Maori All Blacks game in Rot...

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Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi focused for Maori All Black clash with Fiji

Sunday, July 14, 2019
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Maori All Blacks halfback  Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi hasn’t let his non-selection into the All Blacks get him down instead he’s using his time in the team to regain the coveted jersey. "For me, it’s the pinnacle of rugby in New Zealand to make the All Blacks. It’s pretty frustratin...

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Bay of Plenty Men's & Women's Semi-Final Previews

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
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It’s the business end of the club rugby season as teams qualifying for the semi-finals get set to meet each other this weekend in a bid to secure themselves a finals spot. Farmlands Co-operative Baywide Men’s competition will be played this Saturday. The Premier 1 division has Te Puna hosti...

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2019 Bay of Plenty Tai Mitchell Results

Sunday, July 7, 2019
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9th/10th Play-off: Galatea 15 vs Opotiki 33 7th/8th Play-off: Tauranga North 14 vs Rotorua Gold 33 5th/6th Play-off: Whakatane 24 vs Rotorua Maroon 22 3rd/4th Play-off: Tauranga East 19 vs Rangitaiki 31 1st/2nd Play-off: Tauranga West 31 vs Te Puke 24

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Action packed week expected for Maori All Blacks Game

Thursday, July 4, 2019
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Photo caption: Salaseini Kaitani (left) and He’lena Dou’ble are excited to be helping with events at Ahurei Pasifika. Two Rotorua Girls’ High School students will play an important role in helping to organise pre-game events for the Maori All Blacks game against the Flying Fijians. ...

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2019 Bay of Plenty Steamers Coaching Team Named

Tuesday, July 2, 2019
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Former All Black Mike Delany, who played 77 games for the Bay of Plenty Steamers, can now add assistant coach to his impressive resume. Delany, Mike Rogers and Marty Bourke have joined the Steamers’ coaching staff for this year’s Mitre 10 Cup. Playing 13 years of professional rugby, Del...

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Farmlands Co-operative Baywide Club Rugby Preview Round 2, Week 7

Tuesday, July 2, 2019
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Greerton Marist will look to secure a semi-final birth when they host Rangataua this Saturday. It’s the final round of match play in the Farmlands Co-operative Baywide Men’s competition and the formula is simple for the Western Bay of Plenty side. Grab a win and they’re through. The formu...

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Toi Ohomai Baywide Women's Club Rugby Preview Round 2, Week 3

Tuesday, July 2, 2019
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This weekend sees the last pool play match for the Toi Ohomai Premier Women’s Rugby Competition, with teams looking to finish first and second in order to secure a home semi-final next weekend. Rangiuru currently lead the division with 10 points, with Whakarewarewa (6 points) and Rangataua (5...

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