July Holiday programme 10 – 14 year olds

Wairarapa Bush Rugby Football Union July Holiday programme 10 - 14 year olds Registrations Open When    -  Friday the 14thJuly (8.30am-3.30pm)                -  Thursday 20th July (8.30am-3.30pm) Where  -  Trust House Memorial Park Why     -  On and off field skill development and decision making  including  game preparation, game and recovery Details - $40 PER PERSON, Snacks will

Pioneer dig deep to beat Marist

Pioneer held off a desperate Marist to win 13-6 in Tui Cup rugby at Jean Street in Masterton this afternoon. Minus a number of key players the home team cobbled together a side that proved impenetrable on defence keeping Marist tryless, despite coming under huge pressure. Both sides kicked two penalties, with

Marist beat Greytown in thriller

Maybe it was the feast of international rugby on the telly that kept people away, but for footy faithful that did get along to Wairarapa-Bush headquarters in Masterton this afternoon they were treated to a thriller. In a match where the lead changed several times, it was only in the final

Gladstone tough it out against Carterton

Two moments of flashy individual flair was all that separated Gladstone and Carterton in Tui Cui rugby this afternoon. Gladstone’s 22-14 win was in part owed to some better rugby smarts, but ultimately it was solo efforts from Matt Macrae and Brad Griffith that proved the difference between the two neighbouring

Mahoney takes supreme award

Supreme champion Rebecca Mahoney in refereeing mode. PHOTO/GETTY IMAGES By Gary Caffell http://times-age.co.nz Her rugby refereeing exploits led to Rebecca Mahoney being a popular winner of the supreme champion trophy at last night’s 2017 Wairarapa Times-Age sports awards held at Copthorne Solway Park. The former two-times winner of the Women’s Rugby World Cup only