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      • Weekly Club Roundup - Saturday 13th June 2015
        • 11 Jul 2015
        • Oriental Rongotai Football Club
        • W,W,W,W,W,W,W,W   Every team had a W next to their name after Saturdays full round with some big wins with our Women’s and Rongotai both surpassing 70, our Colts nearly 60,the Pressies posting 41 our Premiers 31, our Premier Reserves a tight 17 and Ories 1 a big win at the Netball A Premier match report courtesy of The Dom Post is reproduced below – we are not sure if the reporter was at the game – the Petone scrum at times was destroyed by Ories and their tighthead had all sorts of problems with Eric Sione but still bagged a point in the Best & Fairest! For  our Women’s team a Friday night clash on the new artificial at Alex Moore saw second place confirmed in the first round, our Premiers and Premier Reserves remain unbeaten and our Colts are stringing some good wins together and steadily climbing the table. Over at ASB our mighty Ories 1 Netball team is one win away from promotion to Premier Reserve – see match report below and where you can support them this week!   Rongotai College Rugby Fundraiser Rongotai College Rugby is embarking on an ambitious 'sponsorship drive' to raise funds for our development programme. Rongotai College Old Boys are being given first opportunity to 'become a part of the team' by becoming a member of our ‪#‎goldblueblack club. Details are in the attached document     Honorary Subs etc A reminder from our Treasurer that all subs are due including Honorary Subs of $50. You can either send a cheque to The Treasurer, PO Box 15 095, Miramar or by DC to Ories Westpac account 030 521 0166241 01 – use your name as the reference. We also take cash on a Saturday- see Chris! Match Reports Premiers ORIENTAL-RONGOTAI 31 (Aukuso Tuitama 3, Whetu Henry tries, Hayden Whelan 2con, 1pen, Trevor Marama 2con) PETONE 6 (Carne Green 2pen) HT: 6-0 Petone. Best and fairest: 3 points: Ambrose Curtis (Ories fullback), 2 points: Whetu Henry (Ories prop), 1 point: Marcus Roil (Petone prop). Venue: Petone Recreation Ground. What happened: Ories scored 31 unanswered points in the second half of their match with the Villagers to remain unbeaten in the Jubilee Cup  with maximum points. The first half was an even affair with both teams having a try disallowed and the only points coming from a brace of penalties to Petone's Carne Green. The second half saw Ories change their game plan from trying to out muscle the tenacious Petone pack to spreading the ball wide at pace which paid immediate dividends with a break from Ambrose Curtis leading to Aukuso Tuitama scoring his first try. Tuitama made it two shortly after with Hayden Whelan converting both. From this point Petone never threatened the Ories line and the scoring was left to the visitors with Whetu Henry crashing over next to the posts and Aukuso Tuitama crossing in the last play of the game securing the Magpies their four-try bonus point. Courtesy of The Dom Post Rongotai College 1st XV Everyone who made the trip out to Upper Hutt to watch Rongotai play HIBS got to see a sparkling display of running rugby from the Rongotai 1st XV running in 12 tries to win 74-9 over HIBS 1st XV, halftime score was 19-9.   After a indifferent start with a disallowed try and with HIBS dominating possession and field position for the first 15 minutes the boys got three tries before halftime and after some stern words from the coaches and the leadership group they came out firing and completely dominated the second half scoring 55 unanswered points.   Try scorers for Rongotai were Esi (3), Ezra (2), Malachai (2), Rueben (2), Anapapa, Jason & William with Esi kicking 7 conversions for a personal match total of 29 points.   Special thanks to Richard and the team from Canteen who came out and supported the team today, we hope that you enjoyed the afternoon.   Other results from today's premier 1 games were Scots 50 - Wairarapa 3, and St Pats Town 83 - Tawa 8.   Next week we are away at Tawa, more details on this during the week.   We also wish the boys who start trials tomorrow for the Wellington U16 rep teams all the best. Remember to visit the college rugby website www.rcrugby.org.nz for more info on all college results and upcoming events Premier Reserve Ories 17 Tries to Tuga Mativa, Tulima Nonu and Fou Samuela, 1 conversion to Ken Aperila) P Plim 15 The main game at Ngati Toa with a Hardham Cup game between  P-Plim and Tawa as the curtain raiser saw our illness ravaged Premier Reserves slug out a 17-15 win over the home side. Good backup from our Colts team with Henry and Patrick scooting out to Plimmerton after playing an early game at Te Whaea Women’s Ories 76 Tries to Monique Dalley, Aysha Leti-L’iga, Diana Foliaki, Aqua Aukuso, Petra Ikenasio, Kirsty Stewart, Joanah Ngan-Woo, Barbara Taumoli, Latasha Alaifea, Fuamai Taumoli, Raylene Lolo , Faasua Makisi and Lizzie Goulden who also kicked 8 conversions Johnsonville 0 Twelve individual try scorers as the Women trounced bottom placed J’ville under lights at Alex Moore – apparently no one is in the dreaded Zero Club now! Colts Ories 57 2 tries to Hardy Salanoa and Va’a Leota, 1 each to Jack Grant, Phil Cunningham, Losi Patu and Jay Short. Hardy kicked 5 conversions and Lisi  Ailao kicked 1   OBU 19   A dominant first half where 24 unanswered points were rattled on was followed by higher scoring but less defensive effort in the second as the Colts put OBU Black to the sword. Some of the team raced off to Ngati Toa to support our Premier Reserves – great work guys. Presidents Ories Pressies were down to play Stokes Valley at the Polo, the main game of the day on Number 1! Stokes Valley were struggling for players, so we decided to give them 3 players (Bayden, Winston and Russell) and play 11 vs. 12. Game started off, quick few passes and there goes Dan, through the defence, over for the first try. Start off again, Stokes Valley scored, then converted. This was going to be a good game. Start off again; James pushed his way through to get Ories their next try, but still no conversion. Dan got another try and finally converted the one. Stokes Valley's turn now, try to their winger, who converted it too. Ories just off halftime had numbers going towards the line. Mike then ran ahead, grabbed the ball and went over for his first try for the club. Even converted it. Halftime score 24 - 14. Second half started with few hard knocks, which saw Duncan (Superman) come out with a bleeding nose. While being attended too, Chemo intercepted the ball and scored under the posts. Converted it as well. Stokes Valley was not giving up. They still had energy to rip the ball off the Ories guys and go score another try, converted. But Dan had other ideas and ran the line to score yet another try, converted. And from nowhere, Lynton decided it was about time he got involved in this try scoring bug. Ran 20 metres to score a try even got the kick over too. Whistle was blown, final score 41 - 21. Awesome game to watch.  Great to see more guys this week. Happy campers. Like to thank Jacko for being our ref. Much appreciated. Also, to our supporters for their lovely cheering during the game. Thanks heaps. The Spy Netball Ories 1 vs. won 34-22 against Kia Ora. Game 2 in the challenge round for Ories 1 has been the toughest so far for the girls. Kiaora 4 were very aggressive and rattled a few of the girls with their aggressive plan but the girls remained calm and composed and adjusted their play, another great performance from the team collectively. It was also extremely humbling to see members of the wider Ories family come watch the girls play. The player of the day for Ories was Tala. Tala had a very strong performance in the shooting circle and connects effortlessly with her fellow shooter Lega. The points she gained while in GS but also collected defensively when moved into GK helped the team tremendously, great play Tala! This coming Saturday the girls play East’s on Court 10 at 12.00 and if they win they will be promoted to Premier Reserve 2 for the remainder of the season – get along and support them!   Ories 2 vs. lost 20-38 against SCOG Not one of our best games today.  We fought but things didn't go our way.  SCOG were strong and displayed so much experience. Big ups to them.  We still had good passages of play and our defence worked really hard. MVP Loren Saturday June 20th V   SMOG #5 at 11.00   Ories 3 vs. won 30-28 against Vic Uni. A great game with some beautiful plays. Player of the day, Anita with awesome work in the circle. Saturday June 20th V Vic Uni #11 at 3.00     Jubilee Cup 2015 All games at 2.45 June 6 V MSP @ Polo 34-6 June 13 V Petone @ Petone June 20 V Tawa @ Polo June 27 V HOBM @ Hutt Rec July 4 V Wainui @ Polo July 11 V Wellington @ Polo July 18 V OBU @ Basin July 25 Semi Finals 1 v 4, 2 v 3 Times TBA August 1 Final Porirua Park Time 3.30 Ed Chaney/ HD Morgan Cup All games at 1.00 June 6 V MSP @ Polo 21-19 June 13 V P Plim @ Ngati Toa June 20 V Upper Hutt @ Maidstone June 27 V HOBM @ Hutt Rec July 4 V Wainui @ Polo July 11 V Wellington @ Polo July 18 V OBU @ Nairnville- may be 12.45kickoff TBC July 25 V Avalon @ Fraser August 1 V Johnsonville @ Polo August 8 Semi Finals 1 V 4, 2 V3Time TBA August 15  Finals Time TBA Swindale Shield   March 21 V Petone @ Trentham #2 12.45 Jim Brown Memorial Cup 19-32 March 28 V Tawa @ Lyndhurst 2.30 18-23 April 4 V OBU @ Polo 2.30 38-27 April 11 V Wainui @ William Jones 2.30 35-28 April 18 V Upper Hutt @ Polo 2.00 Bob Lendrum Cup 35-19 April 25 V Poneke @ Kilbirnie Jimmy Grbich Memorial Shield 28-27 May 2 V Pare Plim @ Polo 2.30 43-15 May 9 V Wellington Hataitai 2.30 Alby Jack Cup 8-22 May 16 V Johnsonville @ Helston 2.30 Ash Pointon Cup 39-25 May 23 V Avalon @ Polo 2.30 42-20 May 30 V HOBM @ Polo 2.30 Bondy Memorial Cup 19-12   There are now 14 teams in Premier Rugby but we will only play 11 in the Swindale Shield – unfortunately this means that we will not play North’s or MSP in the first round. Next year we will miss out on playing two different teams if the format remains the same.   Replacing Senior 1st this season is Premier Reserve – in all cases our team will play the curtain raiser an hour and 45 minutes beforehand unless it is at a different ground than the Premiers game in which case it will be two hours beforehand. .

      • Weekly Club Roundup - Saturday 2nd May 2015
        • 7 May 2015
        • Oriental Rongotai Football Club
        • Try fest! Thirty six tries in five games and almost a 100% success rate with just a narrow loss to our Presidents (their first this year) in a top weekend of footie – even Mark Reddish scored down in Dunedin in a standout performance for the Highlanders! In Netball Ories 1 now leads their competition while our #2 and #3 teams continue to threaten without quite getting over the line! All match reports below. Honorary Subs etc A reminder from our Treasurer that all subs are due including Honorary Subs of $50. If you wish to attend The Old Times Day pre match luncheon on May 23rd you must be a Financial member. You can either send a cheque to The Treasurer, PO Box 15 095, Miramar or by DC to Ories Westpac account 030 521 0166241 01 – use your name as the reference. We also take cash on a Saturday- see Chris! Match Reports ORIENTAL-RONGOTAI 43 (Luke Tau'alupe, Afa Fa'atau, Whetu Henry, Aukuso Tuitama, Trevor Marama, James Tuia, Tuga Mativa tries, Trevor Marama 3 cons, TeAra Henderson con) Paremata-Plimmerton 15 (Michael Martinez, Blake Neve tries, Blake Neve con, pen). HT: 26-3 Oriental-Rongotai. Yellow cards: Aukuso Tuitama (Oriental-Rongotai centre) Best and fairest: 3 points: Luke Tau'alupe (Oriental-Rongotai No. 8), 2 points: Whetu Henry (Oriental-Rongotai prop), 1 point: Will Joines (Paremata-Plimmerton lock). Venue: Polo Ground. What happened: Oriental-Rongotai secured a bonus point victory from their clash with Paremata-Plimmerton but was made to work harder than their margin of victory would suggest. The home side opened the scoring early when Luke Tau'alupe crashed over from a quick tap. Five minutes later Afa Fa'atau extended the Magpies' lead, dotting down in the corner after a well worked backline move. Ories continued to dominate for the majority of the first half but errors and turnovers at the breakdown prevented them from adding to their lead. The visitors' defensive efforts eventually gave way towards the end of the first half as two quick tries to Whetu Henry and Aukuso Tuitama extended the home side's lead to 23 points. Shortly after half time Michael Martinez tiptoed down the side line for Paremata-Plimmerton's first try. The remainder of the second half was a cagey affair as the visitors dominated possession for large periods but were overwhelmed by Ories rush defence. Who stood out: The Magpies' loose forward trio were all excellent. Tau'alupe broke tackles at will and had a number of outstanding bursts. Tutasi Masoe was a menace at the break down and looked impressive with ball in hand while blindside Metuarau was strong in defence. Joines ran well for the visitors and dominated in the lineout The upshot: Ories have all but secured a spot in the Jubilee Cup. Their clash with Wellington next round will be a sterner test of their quality. Paremata-Plimmerton continues to battle hard in their first season in the top flight. They will be targeting upcoming matches with Petone and Johnsonville. - By Patrick Jones Premier Reserve Ories 57 Tries to James Tuia(2)Sone Fina’i, Pama Mativa, Teara Henderson, Lucky Tuia, Saulo Faaea and Aiden Cross. Conversions to Teara Henderson(3), Ken Aperila and Sone Fina’i( 2 each) and a penalty to Teara Henderson P Plim12 Para Plim scored the first and last tries in the early game on #1 but in between it was all Ories with a number of outstanding tries, none more so than when Teara Henderson did a short drop out 22 to himself and ran the length of the field to score despite a number of attempts on him by P Plim. Women Ories 76 Tries to Timena Tuma'ai(4)Tyler Birch, Kirsty Stewart, Janet Taumoli, Tyler Reihana, Aysha Leti-Tiga(2)and Amanda Rasch (2) Amanda also kicked 8 conversions and is the leading  points scorer in the grade Poneke 0 Speed out wide and power up front was too much for Poneke in Friday night’s game on the artificial at St Pats. Resting a number of first choice players some of the newer and younger girls had the chance to push for more game time and none failed to impress! Colts Ories 31 Tries to Tungia Aukuso, Tukia Purcell, Tanara Metarau, Patrick Aukistino and a Penalty try. Tukia Purcell 3 conversions. P Plim18 Our Colts did the hard yards into the breeze to take a narrow halftime lead in the early game on Polo #2. In the second half good efforts from all the forwards enabled the backs to run freely and show their skills to record their first win of the season. A couple of serious injuries put a bit of a dampener on celebrations but some great talent in this team as it develops. Presidents The report was short a 22-24 loss to P Plim, the first loss of the season! Netball Ories 1A vs. Ngamokopuna - won 42-25. This week Ories 1 faced Ngamokopuna, a team who also remained undefeated after 3 rounds of games. The focus for this week was to stay composed and to play our game. It was a slow start in the beginning with both teams scoring goal for goal. After shaking of the nerves, Ories 1 began to extend their lead from 1 to 5 in the first quarter. Ngamokopuna came out firing in the second quarter by double defending our GS but some quick passes and nice strong drives freed our GA to put some shots up. The second half of the game allowed for some changes in the mid court and shooting circle. This line up helped extend the lead even further and showed the flare and trust across the court. Defence was solid and produced a lot of bonus balls which the attacking end capitalised on.  A great result this week which now means Ories 1 is top of the table. Ories 2 vs. Karori - lost 34-39 - no match report. Ories 3 vs. Vic Uni - lost 19-42. As most weeks, we do not have the same team on court so combinations differ. We leave it too late to find what combinations work on the day however this team is all about showing up and pushing play. Swindale Shield 2015 May 9 V Wellington Hataitai 2.30 Alby Jack Cup May 16 V Johnsonville @ Helston 2.30 Ash Pointon Cup May 23 V Avalon @ Polo 2.30 May 30 V HOBM @ Polo 2.30 Bondy Memorial Cup There are now 14 teams in Premier Rugby but we will only play 11 in the Swindale Shield unfortunately this means that we will not play Norths or MSP in the first round. Hopefully we will play Norths in the second round and The Alex Ioana Cup will go on the line then. Next year we will miss out on playing two different teams Replacing Senior 1st this season is Premier Reserve in all cases our team will play the curtain raiser an hour and 45 minutes beforehand unless it is at a different ground than the Premiers game in which case it will be two hours beforehand. Some Important Dates Old Timers Day May 23rd All games at Polo or hopefully at grounds nearby!

      • Weekly Club Roundup - Saturday 25th April 2015 2015
        • 28 Apr 2015
        • Oriental Rongotai Football Club
        • Five in a row! Our Premiers five year unbeaten run over Poneke came within a couple of minutes of going south on Saturday but a man down they played with pace and composure to consolidate their top four placing and with games against the bottom three teams to come in the next four weeks a Jubilee Cup berth almost seems assured.

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