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Newsletter – 22nd April

news22It’s All Go this Friday at Trust House Memorial Park

Friday Night Rugby is here this Friday 24th April 2015
Marist versus Gladstone 7pm kick off
Trust House Memorial Park No 1

Saturday 25th April 2015
Masterton Red Star versus Eketahuna Reserves 1pm

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Moose Kapene Cup

  • Pioneer beats an improving Martinborough team
  • Marist again come out on top after being pushed by Carterton
  • Gladstone beat defending champions Eketahuna
  • Greytown find East Coast more than a handful

ANZAC – WBRU Remembers

This weekend each rugby game will have a minute silence before kick off in memory of our fallen soldiers


THE GRAND OPENING – Further details next week

FacebookHURvCHI1IMPORTANT NOTICES

WBRU AGM 13th May 2015 7.00pm at the WBRU Union Clubhouse

RANFURLY SHIELD

THURSDAY 9th July 2.30pm, McLean Park, Napier

ranfurly_shieldInformation for teams and players using the new turf

1. Footwear – sprigs are highly recommended
2. Mouthguards compulsory
3. Showering – no mud, no shower? – WRONG, personal hygiene is crucial
4. Team management and reserves must be situated in the red zone
5. Clean Boots
6. No smoking, chewing gum, food or non-sports drinks allowed on the field
7. Flat sole shoes at all times for non-players (other than sports boots)

Rugby gates sales and entrance (Same as 2014 Season)

General Admission $5.00 (Children under 12 Free, Students $2.00)
Grandstand $10.00
Season Pass tickets $60.00
Car Park (Club Finals and Heartland $5.00)
1. The ground now has a perimeter fence – access will only be available through the manned gates.
2. WBRU Player Passes – normal conditions apply (WBRU player passes will not give you access to Wairarapa Heartland Football games. There is an hour between the rugby and football, so you can make your choice then if you wish to attend – charges to football matches will be the same as rugby).

Look for the weekly “What’s on at the Park” for details

IMPORTANT MESSAGE
It will take a few weeks to bed in the new systems and dealing with the ebbs and flows – we ask for your patience

So how does a normal week now look at the ground?

  • Monday – Rugby trainings
  • Tuesday – Football trainings
  • Wednesday – College Sports
  • Thursday – Football training
  • Friday – JAB and Friday games
  • Saturday – Rugby and Football
  • Sunday – Rugby trainings and Women’s Football

In 2014 Trust House Memorial Park was used for 100 hours.

In 2015, 100 hours will be exceeded in the first 4 weeks after opening.


Dead Ball Charlie’s Highlights of the week

deadballCan’t believe this weekend the new turf and the stadium will be up and running. It’s been a train station down at the Park over the last 6 months and DBC can’t wait for the first ball to be kicked.

Let’s give a big hand to the contractors, Higgins, Polytan, Taylors Electrical, Riggs Zschokke, Electra Fence, Daytech, Robbie Rimene, Farry McLeod, Terry Fleet, Corey Electrical, Sun Alliance, Masterton District Council, Wairarapa Scrap Metal, Logan Gold Walsh, The Sign Factory and the Wairarapa Supporters Club with their new outdoor deck.

And what about those organisations that got behind the project – Trust House, Masterton District Council, Lottery Board, Eastern & Central Community Trust, Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union, Wairarapa United, New Zealand Rugby Union and Capital Football.

To you all
“Our Town – Just Brilliant”


Download this week’s FULL Newsletter :

WBRU Newsletter for the 22nd April 2015

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