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Newsletter – 14th April 2016

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“ABSOLUTELY EVERYBODY”

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MRFU WOMENS’ PREMIER
Eketahuna v Kia Toa – Eketahuna #1 – 1.00pm
Ref : Breck Stewart TJs: Home Team & Visiting Team


Coaches & Managers PLEASE note – Referees are being remaindered of the NZRU Directive that it is mandatory (… read compulsory … ) for ALL PLAYERS at every level of rugby in NZ to WEAR a MOUTHGUARD.

The NZRU DSLVs directs that the Referee MUST send a player from the field to get a mouthguard if that player is seen to be without one – if sent from the field this player cannot return to play for 10 minutes and cannot be replaced or substituted for these 10 minutes.

Can we ask all Coaches and Managers to take the responsibility to ENSURE all their players have a mouthguard BEFORE the game – this is a player and team responsibility.

There are no “if’s” or “but’s” – No Mouthguard = No Game for that player !!

PLEASE don’t put it back on the Referee who is between a rock and a hard place …


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“Absolutely Everybody”

Tui Cup Premier Teams

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Moose Kapene & Tui Cup Premier Teams Weekly Predicator
Martinborough
Pioneer
Carterton
Marist

Follow the weekly predictions. For every right prediction $10.00 and for every wrong prediction $5.00 will be donated to the Robert Algie Trust. Season to date Predictions Correct 5 Wrong 3 Total $65.00

Round One is for the Moose Kapene Cup

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Burger King Premier Reserve Teams

Puketoi ; Turhirangi ; Masterton Red Star

East Coast ; Gladstone ; Marist ; Pioneer

Pioneer – “Over 35’s” ; Carterton ; Greytown ; Martinborough

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Tui Cup Most Tries
Corey McFadzean (3) Carterton
AJ Manley (2) Greytown
Kieran O’Brien (2) Marist
Peni Rokoduguni (2) Carterton
Hamish Meyrick (2) Greytown
Michael Te Whare (2) Marist

Tui Cup Most Conversions
Andy Humberstone (8) Carterton
Abe Southey (4) Greytown
Tim Griffith (3) Gladstone
James Goodger (3) Marist
Tim Priest (3) Martinborough
Geoffrey Pound (3) Eketahuna
Joseph Thompson (3) Pioneer

Tui Cup Most Penalties
Geoffrey Pound (4) Eketahuna
Tim Priest (4) Martinborough
Andy Humberstone (3) Carterton
Joseph Thompson (3) Pioneer

Ultimate Try Scoring Premier Team
Carterton 13
Greytown 7
Marist 7

2015 Nunn Shield Holders
Carterton

CONCUSSIONS (This includes Pre-season games)
Follow the guidelines and ensure all players are wearing mouth guards. Enjoy the game so all can enjoy the evening.

EVENT MANAGEMENT
All fields are to be roped off and make sure your club’s alcohol policies are followed.

TEAM AND PLAYER REGISTRATIONS
Teams and player registrations are due now – if you need further information contact Doug Bracewell at doug@waibush.co.nz

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What Saturdays are all about before the big game

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WBS Supporting Junior Rugby

What’s on at the Park in 2016

Wednesday – College Rugby
Friday Night – JAB Rugby
Friday & Saturday – Senior Rugby

WEBSITE VIEWS FOR 2015

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2016 RUGBY SMART DATES

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Please contact Stacey Grant at rdo@waibush.co.nz
If you have not completed Rugby Smart your team will be withdrawn from the competition.

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MITRE 10 MASTERTON
WEEKLY COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD
Masterton Red Star Anniversary – Queens Birthday Weekend

THE PROFESSIONALS REAL ESTATE QUESTION OF THE WEEK.
(Answer at the bottom of Full Newsletter – Click Here)
This is easy – What year did Sir Brian Lochore become patron of New Zealand Rugby Union?


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Dead Ball Charlie’s Highlights

23 April Sky TV will broadcast live the 1st XV match between Rathkeale College and Central Hawkes Bay. Kick-off is 7.10pm. More info to come next week. This weekend not only will the Nunn Shield be played for between Carterton and Greytown.

The Grant Cup is also up for grabs. The Grant Cup has been played for between the clubs for the last 30 years.

The Wairarapa Bush Rugby community are saddened by the passing of rugby stalwart Johnny Johnson. Johnny was a Greytown Rugby Club member and was responsible for a number of duties including mowing the grounds and tidying up the clubrooms. In his later years he carried out a similar role at Memorial Park for the WBRU.

Johnny set high standards in all aspects of his work. A highly respected contributor to rugby as a volunteer.

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