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Bay of Plenty Hooker Liam Polwart retires from rugby due to concussion issues

Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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Bay of Plenty Steamer hooker Liam Polwart has announced he is retiring from rugby following issues with concussion. 24-year-old Polwart, has opted not to play Investec Super Rugby this season to preserve his long-term health by seeking out new opportunities. “It has been a difficult decision...

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Bay of Plenty Sevens teams off to the Nationals

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
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Bring on the TECT National Sevens Tournament for the Bay Men’s and Women’s teams. Both teams are hoping to build on the momentum from the Northern Regional Sevens in Cambridge at the weekend, which saw them place third and gain automatic qualification to the TECT Nationals Sevens, held at t...

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Development Days to replace Roller Mills

Tuesday, November 26, 2019
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Bay of Plenty Rugby Community Rugby Manager Pat Rae has announced today, the province will replace it’s U13 –U15 rep programmes with a number of U13, U14 and U15 development days involving both boys and girls across the three sub unions in 2020. With the Northern Regions Rugby Council deci...

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Northern Region Rugby Council adopts Talent Identification Recommendations

Friday, November 22, 2019
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The Northern Region Rugby Council (NRRC) confirmed today it would no longer undertake representative Provincial Union based initiatives below the Under 16 age group. Over the past 12 months the NRRC has conducted three review meetings, independently facilitated to look closely at the initiative...

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TECT National Sevens to lift community spirits

Monday, November 11, 2019
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Bay of Plenty Rugby chief executive Mike Rogers says the TECT National Sevens is a great vehicle to help lift the community spirit. After an exceptional Mitre 10 Cup season, Bay Rugby is looking to continue the positive community vibe with the Sevens. The two-day tournament takes place at Taura...

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Bay Rugby has “Ball for All” attitude for Mitre 10 final

Sunday, October 20, 2019
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Bay of Plenty Steamers is set to make history and the region’s younger players will benefit from it. The Steamers have secured themselves home advantage in this year’s Mitre 10 Cup Championship final, the first time in the Union’s 108-year history, when they run on to the field at the Rot...

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Steamers face a different beast in Manawatu

Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Steamers assistant coach Mike Delany says Manawatu will be a different beast when the two sides clash in the first semi-final game of the Mitre 10 Cup. The two sides last met in Round 9 of the competition, with the Steamers putting on an impressive 46-10 win over Manawatu. Delany says, that re...

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Black Ferns captain wins Bay Rugby supreme award

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Black Ferns captain Les Elder is the supreme winner at the annual Bay of Plenty Rugby Awards. Players, coaches, referees, administrators and volunteers were all recognised at the ceremony held at the Distinction Hotel in Rotorua tonight. Bay of Plenty Rugby Union chief executive Mike Rogers...

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Free entry for Steamers semi-final against Manawatu

Monday, October 14, 2019
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Rotorua International Stadium is set to be the location for a titanic battle between the Steamers and Manawatu for a berth in the Mitre 10 Cup Championship final. Rugby enthusiasts are set to be able to go along and watch the game for free. Bay of Plenty Rugby Union is working alongside Rotorua...

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Volcanix coach takes a wait and see approach for Manawatu

Friday, October 4, 2019
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Volcanix coach Rodney Gibbs says he’ll know by 2pm Saturday if having a week off affected his team for their clash against Manawatu. Gibbs’ side got their first win of the Farah Palmer Cup season, narrowly beating Waikato 26-21, two weeks ago. The coach says, it’s a 50/50 call whether ...

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